Lucid is hiring a Program Coordinator to us with our marketing and engagement programs, including Campus Conservation Nationals <http://www.competetoreduce.org/ccn> (an energy reduction competition program for colleges and universities that Lucid co-organizes with the USGBC, NWF, and the Alliance to Save Energy). This is a great position for a multi-talented individual who has a diverse and polished arsenal of skills at his/her disposal, and is excited to jump into a role that involves planning, creating, writing, organizing, and problem-solving at a fast-growing sustainability and education-oriented start-up.
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The Office for Sustainability at Western Michigan University is seeking a qualified and passionate individual to develop, plan, and deliver permaculture programming at the Gibbs House Permaculture Site. The Permaculture Program Coordinator is the eyes, ears, and hands on the ground for creating an educational experience for all students and community members who visit and interact with the Gibbs House Permaculture Site. The Site provides a supportive research and education space for developing, testing, and learning about sustainable land management practices, food production, and ecological living. Click here for more information.
This position will work towards our goal of reducing fossil fuels and their associated negative environmental and health impacts. We are seeking a bright, talented individual with passion for these areas and demonstrated interest in work on energy/environmental issues. To apply, email resume and cover letter to mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org include the job title in the subject line. No phone calls please. For more information, visit: http://www.11thhourproject.org/about-us/jobs
The mission of the Furman University David E. Shi Center for Sustainability is to promote interdisciplinary research and teaching in support of sustainability on campus and in the greater community. The Program Coordinator oversees the Center’s student, faculty, and community programs and seeks out partnerships for research and development opportunities as part of the Center’s strategic vision. The position serves as the primary point of contact for Center student co-curricular programs.