Development Manager - Mystic River Watershed Association

Posted on: December 14, 2020

Contact Email: jobs@mysticriver.org

Website: https://mysticriver.org/news/2020/12/7/job-posting

Location: Arlington (MA)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Entry

Salary Range: $50,000 to $65,000

The Mystic River Watershed Association (MyRWA) is seeking a committed, creative and organized Development Manager to support the expansion of our annual fundraising efforts. We are excited to add a new fundraising position to our Development and Communications team, which currently includes an Outreach and Communications Manager, Education Manager and Director of Development and Communications. This is an excellent opportunity to play an integral role in building a culture of philanthropy at an effective, place-based non-profit.

Toxics Campaign Director - Ecology Center

Posted on: December 14, 2020

Contact Email: jobs@ecocenter.org

Website: https://www.ecocenter.org/employment-opportunities

Location: Ann Arbor, remote (MI)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Mid-career

Salary Range: $55,000 - $70,000

The Ecology Center seeks an innovative Toxics Campaign Director to direct environmental health campaigns at the Ecology Center, including our work to prevent and clean up contamination of per and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in Michigan, and our national market-based campaigns with our team at HealthyStuff Labs.

Our ideal Toxics Campaign Director is a bright and creative campaigner with an ability to understand scientific information and translate it to make it accessible to lay audiences. The job will work with our environmental health team to lead campaign strategy development and implementation for the PFAS Action Network and HealthyStuff Labs.

Summer Fellowship - The Othering & Belonging Institute

Posted on: December 13, 2020

Contact Email:

Website: https://belonging.berkeley.edu/summerfellowship

Location: Remote (Remote)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Entry

Salary Range: tbd

This is a paid research experience for individuals seeking to develop their research skills by engaging with the Institute’s multidisciplinary research, analysis, policy, and strategic narrative work. The purpose of the fellowship is to build the capacity and network of the next generation of researchers and community leaders who are committed to social and racial justice by providing mentorship and hands-on experience with social science research. In addition to working directly with their staff supervisor on an individual research project (see “Summer Projects” below), fellows engage as a cohort in weekly meetings or workshops. 20 hours per week
Application Deadline:1/16/21

Point Count Technician - The Klamath Bird Observatory

Posted on: December 13, 2020

Contact Email: sal@KlamathBird.org

Website: https://klamathbird.org/about-kbo/careers-and-opportunities/point-count-technician/

Location: Ashland (OR)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Entry

Salary Range: $3000/month

Technicians will work for multiple projects consisting of monitoring effects of oak and stream restoration and long-term monitoring in both private and public lands. Surveyors will work in the Redwoods National Park, Lava Beds National Monument, Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, eastern Oregon sagebrush habitat, and more. Applicants should be able to identify a large variety of Western birds as they may be working in a range of habitats including oak woodlands, riparian areas, coniferous forests, montane meadows, and shrub-steppe.

Primary responsibilities will include conducting point count surveys and vegetation sampling along off-road transects following standard protocols, and associated data entry.

Bird Banding Intern - Klamath Bird Observatory

Posted on: December 13, 2020

Contact Email:

Website: https://klamathbird.org/about-kbo/careers-and-opportunities/bird-banding-intern/

Location: Klamath-Siskiyou Bioregion of southern Oregon (OR)

Opportunity Type: Internship

Career Level: Entry

Salary Range: $750/month & accommodation

Training and duties will include mist netting and banding of passerines and near passerines; bird surveying; data quality-assurance, entry, and management; and participation in public outreach and education. Opportunities may also arise to support other KBO field projects which would provide exposure to target netting, color-banding, and application of transmitters. Non-field duties include study and discussion of banding curriculum, equipment maintenance, field station upkeep, and data entry. Accommodation is provided in shared rooms in a rustic cabin on the Upper Klamath Lake which has potable running water, a full kitchen, internet access, a woodstove and electric space heaters.

Toxics Campaign Director - The Ecology Center

Posted on: December 13, 2020

Contact Email: jobs@ecocenter.org

Website: https://www.ecocenter.org/employment-opportunities

Location: Remote (Remote)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Entry

Salary Range: $55,000 - $70,000

Our ideal Toxics Campaign Director is a bright and creative campaigner with an ability to understand scientific information and translate it to make it accessible to lay audiences. The job will work with our environmental health team to lead campaign strategy development and implementation for the PFAS Action Network and HealthyStuff Labs.

This position will focus 60% of its time on Michigan focused PFAS campaign activities and leading the newly formed PFAS collaboration between PFAS-impacted communities and environmental organizations in MI and across the Great Lakes region. This person will spend 40% of their time focused on national public policy and market campaigns related to but not limited to PFAS.
Apply by 12/21/20

Green Space Program Manager - Our Green Space

Posted on: December 13, 2020

Contact Email:

Website: https://friendsoftrees.org/about/job-opportunities/

Location: Portland (OR)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Entry

Salary Range: $48,000 – $56,000

Friends of Trees is committed to building a culturally diverse and inclusive environment. We recognize that not everyone has equal access to the benefits of trees and healthy green spaces. Candidates of color are strongly encouraged to apply.
- Supports the planting staff in maintaining and ordering all tree planting supplies
- Plans and attends 1-2 volunteer trainings per calendar year
- Build and manage the active portfolio of GS program grants and contracts
- Track budgets and invoicing for completed work across multiple projects
- Implement restoration projects
Apply by 12/30/20

Farm Specialist - Black Farmers Collective in partnership with EarthCorps

Posted on: December 11, 2020

Contact Email: blackfarmerscollective@gmail.com

Website: https://www.earthcorps.org/apply/position/a1K1E0000078T0IUAU/

Location: Seattle (WA)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Entry

Salary Range: Stipend of $1,896/month

The Farm Specialist is an AmeriCorps position with EarthCorps, based at YES Farm. This position offers a mix of office work, hands-on farm work, outreach, and farm volunteer event leadership. Office tasks include using online tools to attract and track community volunteers, designing outreach materials and implementing outreach plans, and targeted recruitment for community volunteer events. Field work includes onsite leadership of volunteers of all ages, invasive plant removal, native plant installation, urban farm development, and maintaining tools and equipment. This position is supervised by EarthCorps, but works closely with the BFC Managing Director and Yes Farm Manager, who will be the lead on training and day to day tasks.

Conservation Director - Montana Wilderness Association

Posted on: December 10, 2020

Contact Email: lparr@wildmontana.org

Website: https://wildmontana.org/join-us/job-openings

Location: Statewide (MT)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Mid-career

Salary Range: $61,000 - $71,800

The conservation director leads and supports MWA’s campaigns and programs. They creatively influence policy, politics, and public opinion to support campaigns and programs that protect Montana’s public lands and wild places from development, degradation, and privatization. The conservation director is responsible for leading and coordinating relationships with a wide range of agencies, elected officials, partner organizations, MWA members, and the general public.

This position supervises full-time field directors across the state to implement MWA’s strategic plan that includes supporting engagement strategies, fundraising plans, and communications activities. Indirectly, they may supervise other permanent or temporary employees.

Program Marketing Manager, U.S. Climate Change - Rare

Posted on: December 10, 2020

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Website: https://careers-rare.icims.com/jobs/1432/program-marketing-manager,-u.s.-climate-change/job?mode=view&mobile=false&width=1367&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-480&jun1offset=-420

Location: Remote (Remote)

Opportunity Type: Employment

Career Level: Entry

Salary Range: tbd

The Program Marketing Manager (Food) will join a highly collaborative, cross-functional team that brings together behavioral psychology + user experience design + marketing communications all working towards a mission to inspire 10% of Americans to adopt the individual behaviors that have the most impact to mitigate climate change.
Among those behaviors are two that you will be the resident expert on – adopting a plant-rich diet and wasting less food. While these two actions are the most accessible for all Americans, our campaigns will reach Americans who eat an average to higher than average amount of meat. The focus is not necessarily on vegan or vegetarian lifestyles, but rather creating pathways for change by reducing hurdles...