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Summer Land Steward (2), 1000 Islands Land Trust (Clayton, NY)

Summer Land Stewards of the Thousand Islands Land Trust are hired each summer to provide essential support to Stewardship Staff. These interns work outdoors, helping with preserve maintenance, easement monitoring, and trail work. These internships are made possible by the Ames Family Stewardship Fund, Ellen & Stuart Burt Summer Stewardship Fund, the Fresh Sound Foundation, and the Ferguson Foundation. 35-40 hrs/week, $13/hr .

Application deadline: March 31st, 2021, but applications are reviewed as received.

Seasonal Land Steward (2), Winnakee Land Trust (Rhinebeck, NY)

Two positions are available, with a desired work period between June 1 and August 7, 2020. $15 an hour. Intern will communicate and interact with landowners, conduct conservation easement property visits, observe and document property conditions, and assist with basic land management tasks.

Application deadline: March 26th, 2021.

Field Crew, Hutchins Farm (Concord, MA)

Farming experience is nice, but not necessary. The work will vary, but will include: planting, weeding, harvesting, washing, and packing a wide variety of vegetables and small fruit. Workers may also be involved in greenhouse work, grounds maintenance, sales in our Farm Stand or at Farmers’ Markets, irrigation, or other aspects of the operation based on the farm’s needs and the worker’s inclination. Hourly pay begins at $13.50/hour.

Field Crew, Waltham Fields Community Farm (Waltham, MA)

The Field Crew works alongside farm staff in all aspects of vegetable production including greenhouse work, transplanting, harvest, cultivation, irrigation set up, and other field tasks on our three separate sites of operation (two in Waltham, one in Weston). Full-time and part-time positions are available. $15/hour plus produce from the farm.

Position posted on February 22, 2021.

Chief Sustainability Officer, University of Southern California

The University of Southern California (USC) is seeking an experienced Chief Sustainability Officer (CSO) with a commitment to operational excellence. The CSO is a new executive staff position that reports directly to the Senior Vice President for Administration. The inaugural CSO will develop and lead all sustainability efforts in university operations of strategic planning, implementation and progress tracking to advance the university’s goals as reflected in the university’s sustainability plan(s). The CSO will partner with stakeholders across the university to develop and integrate sustainability values and practices into planning processes, resource management and facilities planning and design. The leader will foster a culture of sustainability among internal and external university stakeholders, and will facilitate sustainability ideation, innovation and experiential learning.

Position posted on February 18, 2021.

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