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Part-time Executive Director, Chesapeake Bay Funders Network (Annapolis, MD)

The Chesapeake Bay Funders Network (CBFN) is committed to achieving clean water throughout the Chesapeake watershed. The Executive Director will be a full partner with CBFN’s leadership in developing and executing strategic priorities, including developing and implementing plans for long-­‐term financial stability and growth of the network. Along with an Administrative Associate, the Executive Director will manage all CBFN operations and program activities.

Full job description is posted on their website.

GIS Intern, Town of Dedham, MA

The Town of Dedham, MA has an opening for a paid part-time GIS Intern. Learn more.

Outreach and Communications Manager, USCBG (MA)

DEADLINE: February 3, 2014
USGBC Massachusetts is currently hiring for the following position:
 
Outreach & Communications Manager
 
Overview
The USGBC Massachusetts Chapter promotes and advocates for green buildings throughout the state. We support the professional development of green building professionals and the credential maintenance of LEED Accredited Professionals and Green Associates in Massachusetts. As a chapter of the larger national US Green Building Council, we advocate for state and local laws and regulations that promote green buildings, sustainable development and healthy materials choices. We are expanding our capacity to make a difference in the green building industry in the state. We have a staffed Green Schools Program which is a wonderful new avenue for us to connect with a broader constituency, outside of the building industry. We want to connect to more schools stakeholders and grow our capacity to green the schools of Massachusetts. We are hiring an Outreach & Communications Manager to support this vital work.
 
Job Summary
The Outreach & Communications Manager (OCM) is a part-time position responsible for managing all recurring organizational communications and stakeholder engagement. The position will cultivate community and build our member & funder base through consistent communication and promotion of our activities.
 
The USGBC MA takes a collaborative and whole-systems approach to leadership and planning among our stakeholders, and we are looking for someone who has the experience and desire to work in a shared responsibility environment, and who is flexible and committed to the overall advancement of the organization.
 
The OCM position is a critical role responsible for raising the organizational profile and generate greater interest in our programming on behalf of the green building industry in Massachusetts. We are looking for a dedicated, experienced, and enthusiastic relationship-builder and communications specialist with the commitment, skills, and desire required to continue growing and sustaining the resources USGBC MA needs to fulfill its mission. The position will be supervised by the Executive Director and work closely with the Green Schools Program Manager.
 
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
The Outreach & Communications Manager will have two primary areas of responsibility:
Outreach
  • Cultivate and nurture relationships with current and potential donors as well as outreach to the professional community (collaborate with ED)
  • Staff public events to ensure the Chapter message gets to stakeholders
  • Serve as direct contact for members, event registrations and website questions
  • Monitor trends in the community and adapt strategies as necessary
 
Communications and Documentation
  • Design, develop and drive strategy and content for all online & offline communications for the purposes of documenting and promoting our work, and growing our base of followers and supporters
  • Manage the website & scrolling news items
  • Coordinate the documentation of all programming onto our blog etc.
  • Manage social media pages/streams
  • Build relationships with community stake holders and/or partners to advance the mission and fundraising goals of the organization
  • Enhance membership orientation and recruitment and correct technical issues with member profiles or use of the website and its resources
 
In addition, the OCM will play a co-equal role in staff-wide requirements:
  • Contribute to fundraising efforts by participating in strategic fundraising planning, meetings, events and activities;
  • Co-Plan Organizational Development, working with the team to help USGBC MA continue to grow and evolve to meet the needs of our network and our mission, including regular staff meetings, and organizational planning and evaluation retreats;
  • Demonstrate leadership and solidarity in network development, engaging and growing the diverse spectrum of stakeholders and communities that USGBC MA seeks to serve and empower.
 
In order to fulfill the stated responsibilities of the role, the ideal candidate will have the following skills and experience:
  • Passionate commitment to the principles of sustainability, regeneration, green building, and community development;
  • Demonstrated skills and experience in the areas listed above under “Primary Duties & Responsibilities”;
  • Enthusiasm for fundraising, writing, organizational development, and sustaining and improving the overall health of the organization;
  • Strong online communications skills, including email, social media, web publishing and analytics; HTML, WordPress or other website editing skills a strong plus;
  • Detail-oriented, thorough; nothing slips by;
  • Prolific and efficient writing skills; ability to write in a variety of styles for multiple audiences;
  • Fluency with graphic design programs and the creation of compelling graphics for marketing purposes;
  • Extensive knowledge of and experience using CRM software and spreadsheets;
  • Successful experience coordinating volunteers and other unpaid stakeholders;
  • Experience working successfully on a multi-location team;
  • Strong work ethic, highly self-motivated;
  • Flexibility in the job role, understanding the need to dynamically respond to evolving and USGBC MA needs that are often driven by external events and opportunities;
  • Willing and able to travel occasionally.
 
Ideally, also:
  • Experienced with green building practices and community sustainability;
  • Experience in association management and engagement;
  • Comfort and experience in public speaking roles;
  • Multimedia skills a plus, including audio, video, and image editing capabilities;
  • Sense of humor!
 
Compensation
$20,000 starting annual salary (for 20h/wk);
Generous vacation & flexible work time policy.
 
To apply, please send a cover letter to Grey Lee, Executive Director, describing your qualifications, and your resume, at info@usgbcma.org by February 3, 2014. We will pursue references of qualified candidates. We look forward to hearing from you!

Transportation Demand Management Outreach Coordinator, Duke University

Duke University’s Parking & Transportation Services office is seeking a part-time TDM Outreach Coordinator to assist with ongoing marketing efforts and customer service activities related to Duke’s sustainable transportation programs.  The part-time Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Outreach Coordinator will work up to 20 hours/week helping the Transportation Demand Manager to promote alternative commute options to a population of approximately 50,000 students and employees via print and digital marketing, special events, social media campaigns, and other campus communication channels.
 
Work requires analytical, communications, and organizational skills generally acquired through completion of a bachelor’s degree program, one year of experience in program administration or involving academic, instructional or counseling activities to acquire skills necessary to plan, coordinate and implement a variety of program activities and events, OR AN EQUIVALENT COMBINATION OF RELEVANT EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE.
 

Executive Director, Home Energy Efficiency Team (HEET) (Cambridge, MA)

Deadline: Dec. 1st, 2013
HEET (Home Energy Efficiency Team) is an award-winning nonprofit that fights climate change through teaching hands-on practical skills in energy efficiency while performing “energy upgrades” in the buildings of nonprofits. HEET also implements other energy-efficiency and renewable-energy programs in the greater Boston area.
 
HEET is seeking a 25-hour-per-week Executive Director to run and grow the organization. The Executive Director raises funds, manages staff, reports to the Board of Directors, and is responsible for the organization’s consistent achievement of its mission and financial objectives.  
 
The Director will work remotely and have flexible hours, but live in or near Cambridge, MA.  The job will include occasional weekend events.  The Director should love people and learning, and be highly driven to cut carbon emissions.
 
Needed skills: proven fundraiser/grant-writer, excellent writing and speaking skills, experience with managing, hiring staff, and managing budgets, energy efficiency knowledge and a comfort with a diverse range of stakeholders
 
General competency with office software, including Quickbooks, PowerPoint, Excel preferred.  Prior experience in a nonprofit is a plus.
Salary commensurate with experience.
Contact HEET.Cambridge@gmail.com with resume, references and writing sample.

Environmental Analyst, UVM (VT)

Deadline: Oct. 31st, 2013

This temporary position will be working in the Solid Waste Program of the Waste Management and Prevention Division of VT DEC. Primary responsibilities include developing and implementing a statewide solid waste management plan and the provisions of Act 148. A focus of the work will be on data management as it relates to waste reduction, recycling, and organics diversion. An additional area of focus will be to develop content for the Solid Waste Program webpage, and assist with webpage layout and structure for usability. Other duties include working with solid waste districts, municipalities, and others to improve solid waste management in Vermont, develop and disseminate outreach materials, and other solid waste issues.

Contact Bryn Oakleaf for more information: bryn.oakleaf@state.vt.us

Transportation Project Coordinator, UVM

Deadline: Nov. 6th, 2013

Part-time temporary position focused on FY14 grant project to “expand and integrate regional Transportation Demand Management (TDM) strategies”.  The overall goal is to provide education and awareness of transportation demand management (TDM) strategies, services and options to businesses, developers and property owners in the region, particularly in the proposed City Center development in South Burlington.  The coordinator will be employed and paid by CATMA.

Learn more/apply.

Housing Sustainability and Conservation Coordinator (Stanford University, CA)

Housing Sustainability and Conservation Coordinator is a part-time Fixed Term role that has a work schedule of 20 hours per week.
Job Purpose:  Sustainability is a core value on campus and within R&DE Student Housing. The R&DE Student Housing Sustainability and Conservation Programs Office collaborates with students and staff to foster behavior change, reduce energy and water consumption and waste production in our residences, and to integrate long-term sustainable thinking into how we operate. The Coordinator will support the Office’s goals and report directly to the Sustainability and Conservation Program Manager.

Research Intern (part time or full time): Sustainability Roundtable Inc. (Boston)

Research Intern

Type: Part-Time or Full-Time

Position Description

Interns contribute to multiple aspects of SR Inc’s business from database management to content delivery to client process research on topics within the Sustainable Business & Enterprise Roundtable (SBER) research agenda.

SBER Research and Executive Guidance is based on Member-Client interviews, case studies, secondary resources, and discussions with sector experts and vendors. Research reports always include actionable guidance for executives who manage real estate portfolios. The published reports are continuously enhanced through Member-Client feedback; they are updated regularly as market conditions, technologies, and practices evolve. Research findings are presented at Client meetings throughout the U.S.

Responsibilities

  • Perform secondary research and analysis on an array of topics relating to management best practices in greater sustainability in real estate portfolios.
  • Contribute to written reports, briefings, and advisories for Members-Clients.
  • Track existing and anticipated government policies and regulations, including financial incentives, related to sustainability.

Qualifications

  • Junior, senior, or recent college graduate.
  • Individuals with an course work in architecture, building science, mechanical engineering, real estate, environmental science, energy, or urban planning, with a focus on sustainability preferred.

Requirements

  • Experience in business or academic research, preferably in a field related to sustainability.
  • A developed interest in the key global sustainability issues and major sustainability initiatives by the private, nonprofit, and public sectors both in the U.S. and abroad.
  • Excellent research skills.
  • Excellent and written communication skills.
  • The ability to efficiently contribute to publication quality written documents.
  • Strong teamwork and interpersonal skills.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office suite, especially PowerPoint.

Additional Information

  • Location in Greater Boston.

Please send cover letter, resume, and short writing sample in electronic format (PDF or MS Word) to careers@sustainround.com.

USGBC MA Chapter Intern

Do you want to help make every building in the world (at least in Mass.) a green building? Our mission is to enable every person to live, work, learn and play in green buildings within a generation. Would you like to participate on the inside of the movement with us at the USGBC MA Chapter? We are looking for a passionate green building enthusiast ready to evangelize for our cause!

We are growing our membership base, improving our fundraising capacity, and developing a stronger influence in the industry and in the policy realm. We need help!

Are you:

*   fluent in social media, blogging and online collaboration

*   able to work effectively with not-every-day supervision

*   able to work remotely

*   passionate about expanding the green building industry

Do you have references that can attest to your good working habits? Can you share a story of how you were proactive in an organization? We will prefer folks who have been involved in the Chapter previously and/or otherwise can show some connection to the green building industry.

General Job requirements:

*   Must be computer and internet savvy; website experience/knowledge a definite plus, with proficiency in word, excel, constant contact and photoshop. Experience with CiviCRM, Drupal, and/or javascript a definite advantage

*   Graphic Design experience a plus

*   Detail-oriented

*   Prepared to do both creative and “kinda boring” work

*   Good written and verbal skills

*   Highly organized and a good communicator

*   Willing to commit to working hard and, once committed, being reliable

*   Knowledge and ability to write green building technical content.

The Intern will report to the Executive Director and Communications Committee Chair and will meet at least twice a week with the Executive Director for updates and planning. Interns are expected to work from the USGBC MA Chapter office at least half their time. The Intern will attend monthly Communications Committee meetings and will be required to attend a hands-on website and database training.

Students and recent graduates with a degree in communications, public relations, marketing, or related field are encouraged to apply. Depending on skills and interests, intern projects may include:

*   Maintaining and updating the Chapter distribution lists

*   Graphic design work on chapter materials

*   Assisting with website maintenance, monthly newsletters, and media outreach.

*   Writing and editing press releases and summaries on Chapter news

*   Monitoring local green building news and reporting relevant items to the ED.

Start Date: Jan 2, 2013. Pay Rate: $10/hr.

This is a four month commitment of 20 hours a week, with the potential to be extended or evolved into a more significant position.

Application

Send resume and show us how you connect to our mission. Outline how you correspond with our job description. Share something interesting about yourself, nay, something compelling! No phone calls, please email; please include the term “Communications Internship Application” in the subject line. Contact:  greylee@usgbcma.org