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Announcements

EMERGING SCHOLARS PROGRAM APPLICATION IS NOW OPEN
The Emerging Scholars Program is a research award and development program that provides an opportunity for community scholars, early career researchers, and doctoral students dedicated to Participatory Action Research (PAR) to receive research support for a project using HNS data, tools, and/or PAR methods. Participants receive a $5,000 stipend, access to PAR tools and mentorship, and structured opportunities to network with a cohort of Emerging Scholars.

Deadline: August 29

PATHWAYS TO INCLUSION 2023 COHORT APPLICATIONS OPEN
The Pathways to Inclusion program is a partnership between the Builders of Color Coalition and is designed to broaden ULI membership. The Pathways to Inclusion program will provide up to 15 individuals of color a scholarship to the 2022 Fall Meeting to be held both in- person in Dallas and virtually from October 24-27, 2022, as well as a one-year ULI associate membership. Pathways members will also participate in convenings throughout the year as well as structured connections with Boston real estate leaders. Members will also receive one-on-one guidance to accessing engagement opportunities at the local and national level.

Eligible Participants: The Pathways to Inclusion initiative is designed to increase participation of groups who are underrepresented in the land use and real estate fields, defined as being African American/African descent, Hispanic/Latinx, Native American, Middle Eastern, and Asian descent. Pathways Applicants must live in New England and be able to attend the Fall Meeting (October 24-27, 2022). While registration will be provided for in-person and remote attendees, travel expenses and arrangements are not included.

Deadline: August 20

SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND AMERICAN PLANNING ASSOCIATION (SNEAPA) STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES
The Southern New England American Planning Association (SNEAPA) will be holding its annual conference this year on October 6th and 7th in Providence, Rhode Island. Two student opportunities are available:

  • Event Volunteers:  Volunteers will assist with the day of operation of the conference. Free registration and lunch is provided.
  • Call for Posters: Opportunity for students to present related research via a research poster. The abstract for the Call for Posters is due on Friday, August 19, 2022.

OCCASIONAL BABYSITTER NEEDED NEAR TUFTS CAMPUS
UEP alum is looking for an occasional babysitter on evenings and weekends for their curious and outdoorsy three year old. They live in West Medford near campus.

Contact: Ninya Loeppky

CALL FOR PAPERS FOR JOURNAL OF CLIMATE RESILIENCE AND CLIMATE JUSTICE (CRCJ)
CRCJ’s content aims to address the many multidisciplinary facets of both the climate resilience and climate justice fields. Submissions can focus on climate change impacts, mitigation, adaptation and migration; climate justice strategies; climate-related hazards, disaster preparedness and recovery methods; climate resilience and sustainability planning; social capital building and stakeholder engagement; climate finance; and other important topics. Articles are meant to inform and assist practitioners, planners and students and to expand knowledge-sharing and innovation for effectively addressing today’s climate change and climate justice challenges. Solicitations for articles will commence July 7 and close on September 9.

Here’s an example, in substance and length, of the kind of article CRCJ would seek to publish, from the Columbia Law School Sabin Center for Climate Change Law, entitled Smart Surfaces, Smart Cities: Reducing Heat and Promoting Equity in Urban Areas.

CALL FOR PAPERS – GLOBAL STUDIES CONFERENCE
We are pleased to share with you the Call for Papers for the Sixteenth Global Studies Conference, to be hosted by Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, UK, 19-21 July 2023. The Global Studies Research Network is devoted to mapping and interpreting past and emerging trends and patterns in globalization. We seek to build an epistemic community where we can make linkages across disciplinary, geographic, and cultural boundaries. Proposals addressing the following themes are accepted:

  • Networks of Economy and Trade
  • The Power of Institutions
  • Vectors of Society and Culture
  • Ecological Foundations

Proposal deadline: September 19

2022 U.S. C3E SYMPOSIUM POSTER COMPETITION
Students and early-career researchers are invited to participate in a poster competition at the annual U.S. C3E Symposium and Awards, which will be held November 2, 2022 at Texas A&M University’s Bush School of Government and Public Service in Washington, DC. The poster competition allows Symposium attendees to learn more about cutting-edge research in a variety of clean energy fields. Entrants will be informed if their posters have been approved for presentation and they must be able to attend the Symposium in-person.

Deadline: September 1

GRADUATE ASSISTANT – TALLOIRES NETWORK AT THE TISCH COLLEGE OF CIVIC LIFE
The Talloires Network of Engaged Universities is a growing global coalition of 425 university presidents, vice-chancellors and rectors in 84 countries who have publicly committed to strengthening the civic roles and social responsibilities of their institutions. We collaborate with communities to confront societal challenges such as disease, famine, structural racism, gender oppression, economic inequality, and climate change. Learn more about our mission, values, and goals here. We invite applications from graduate students interested in working as a Graduate Assistant for Global Programs and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for Tufts University beginning September 6, 2022 (ending May 2023 with possibility of continuation).

Key responsibilities include:

  • Gathering information about prospective funders and donors
  • Reviewing and processing applications and conducting interviews for international programs
  • Producing and editing content for the website, newsletter, and social media outlets
  • Assessing department materials (printed, electronic) for inclusive language, accessibility, etc.
  • Participating in Tisch College DEIJ committee and/or activities.
  • Creating inclusive calendar to acknowledge holidays and observances.
  • Developing a diversity statement and proposing adjustments for the Talloires Network’s programming.
  • Other tasks as needed.

To Apply: Send cover letter and your resume to Christina Kaltcheva, Program Administrator

BOSTON UNIVERSITY’S INDIGENOUS FOOD CULTURES AND COMMUNITIES COURSE OPEN FOR REGISTRATION
This course explores the relationship between the dispossession and disconnection of land, language, and culture, and the disparate health conditions faced by Indigenous communities today. Our entry point to understanding will be through food and how it relates to not only cultural preservation and revitalization but also the alarming disparities in food-related chronic diseases and the political, structural, and economic drivers that contribute to this health crisis. In this process, we will have nuanced conversations that include, but are not limited to; Indigenous worldviews, traditional foods, food and land policy; water rights; and advocacy and allyship.

 In recognition that Native Americans are not a monolithic group and that indigenous study is place-based, we will explore how various communities across Turtle Island have been working to restore and revitalize traditional foods and foodways and how that relates to the modern American food system and food movements. This course honors multiple ways of knowing, learning, and understanding that will guide our learning experience. By the end of the semester, students will know how to thoughtfully support, engage with, and work alongside indigenous communities, organizations, and scholars in their work.

Indigenous Food Cultures and Communities (MET ML 610 A1, fall 2022) will meet on campus on Tuesday evenings, 6:00 pm to 8:45 pm, starting on September 6.

WORLD SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE – THE GREEN INSTITUTE
The World Sustainability Conference is here again. This online event is an annual gathering of professionals and renowned persons who present their expert ideas on sustainability. Here, you discuss resolving issues plaguing the earth with seasoned peers. Meet academics and high-ranking persons from around the globe in total attendance as we join heads in proffering actionable solutions to the earth’s current sustainability problems. As a participant, you can also join the selected privileged experts and deliver a lecture to the audience on this year’s World Sustainability Day. The theme for this year’s online event is “Life and Development in the 21st Century: Developing Feasible Roadmaps for Sustainable Communities”.

Submit a 250-word abstract in English with the title, theme, focus, and main contributions of your paper, article, or research. Include your name, institutional affiliation, and email address in the abstract.

Deadline: October 21

TA POSITION AVAILABLE FOR BIOETHICS IN PRACTICE COURSE (OTS-202)
Hiring TAs for a bioethics position course, to be offered this fall (Tuesdays 1:30-4:00).
The course encourages students to engage with ethical challenges of modern medicine. It is case-based and offers students opportunities to consider a range of different issues- it’s a really fun and engaging class. The course description is available here.

To apply, send an email and CV to Keren Ladin, PhD, MSc Associate Professor at Departments of Occupational Therapy and Community Health.

REGISTER FOR THE 2022 NEW ENTRY CSA – NEW ENTRY FOOD HUB
New Entry Food Hub’s Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program supports local, immigrant farmers establish and grow their businesses. Those who register for the 2022 CSA will receive a weekly box of freshly harvested produce for either 10 or 20 weeks (June-October) which are delivered to pick-up sites around Boston and Middlesex County, including a site on the Tufts Boston Campus and next to the Medford campus. They can also select an alternative option called CSA Your Way which allows them to select their own produce each week.


Events

BACK-TO-SCHOOL SALE – TUFTS OFFICE OF SUSTAINABILITY
September 5, Jackson Gym

We are excited to have the Back 2 School Sale again this year. Visit us in the Jackson Gym on Monday, September 5th at 12:00 pm to find home goods, school supplies, appliances, dorm décor, and more at unparalleled prices. You will find everything you need to make Tufts home while doing your part to reduce waste and support campus sustainability. The annual sale features all the treasures donated during our spring Move-Out program, which diverts gently used dorm and school supplies from the landfill.


Internships, Fellowships, Grants

TUFTS DATA LAB ASSISTANT – TUFTS TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
Medford, MA or Boston, MA

Tufts Technology Services (TTS) is seeking responsible students who would like to help support the Tisch Library and Hirsh Health Sciences Library Data Labs. The Data Labs are teaching and research-computing labs designed to foster collaboration and innovation around GIS, data analysis, visualization, and design across all campuses and departments. We are looking to fill Data Lab Assistant positions in both the Medford (Tisch) and Boston (HHSL) Data Labs.
This position will be in person, and Data Lab Assistants will be expected to work their hours in the Data Labs.

Deadline: August 17

PLANNING INTERNSHIP – TOWN OF LONGMEADOW
Longmeadow, MA

The Town of Longmeadow’s Planning & Community Development Department seeks an intern to assist staff on a project basis through late summer (August) – early fall (September or October) 2022. The prospective intern will contribute to and gain experience from real, municipal-level planning projects:

  • Assist with laying the ground-work for the upcoming update to Longmeadow’s climate resilient, equitable Long Range Plan: Envisioning an Inclusive & Resilient Longmeadow (working title) by:
  • Aiding the Planning Director in the review of the Town’s existing land use and spatial policy oriented plans, such as the Open Space and Recreation Plan, Housing Needs Assessment and Production Plan, Hazard Mitigation Plan, Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness Summary of Findings and updates, Capital Improvement Plan, any relevant regional plan, etc., to identify areas of alignment and conflict, with the ultimate goal of clarifying municipal priorities for community investment ahead of the Long Range Plan update
  • Participating (with option to take leading role) in several working group meetings with policy teams, to include department heads and town officials as relevant
  • Developing a spatial analysis of planning districts, hazard zones, and “mappable policies” via QGIS software
  • Assist in the development and presentation of municipal permitting flowchart to provide residents with a visual aide to understand which permitting processes may be triggered by their projects (secondary project to the work identified above)

Deadline: August 31

TUFTS STAAR CENTER IS HIRING GRADUATE STUDENTS FOR FALL ’22
The StAAR Center is hiring graduate students for two mentoring positions for the upcoming Fall semester. Graduate Academic Mentors are responsible for providing one-on-one academic skills coaching to graduates and undergraduates, as well as one-on-one and drop-in tutoring in statistics-based courses. Mentors will work closely with the Associate Director and members of the StAAR Academic Coaching program to support students in developing foundational academic skills, higher-level cognition, and best practices for success across disciplines. One-on-one work in academic skills may include a focus time management, interpreting syllabi, developing study techniques, note-taking strategies, and identifying and reaching out to additional campus resources:

GRADUATE ASSISTANT – TUFTS WOMEN’S CENTER
Medford, MA

We are currently seeking a Graduate Assistant for the 2022-2023 academic year. The GA will assist with designing and facilitating programming/events, supporting the Assistant Director in working with undergraduate student workers, acting as a resource for people in the center, and caring for the physical space. Current graduate students in the Boston area of all genders and identities are welcome to apply. Please submit your resume or CV and a cover letter as soon as possible. The position will remain open until filled.

GRADUATE (YEAR-LONG) INTERN – NATIONAL RENEWABLE ENERGY LABORATORY (NREL)
Golden, CO or Remote

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) is the nation’s primary laboratory for research and development of renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies. The Integrated Decision Support (IDS) group within the Accelerated Deployment and Decision Support (ADDS) Center is focused on helping partners transition to clean energy by applying NREL research, analysis, and experience in real-world contexts in order to solve problems and support decision making.

IDS is leading or contributing to several multi-year projects that are fully focused on energy equity or energy justice in the context of specific low- and moderate-income communities across the country. To support these projects, IDS is seeking a year-round graduate intern supporting jobs and economic development modeling and/or analysis. This position will support NREL projects that work at understanding the equity implications of the clean energy transition as it relates to job creation, access and quality; workforce development; and community-centered economic development.

Contact: Hiromi Hashimoto (UEP Alum)

INTERN – CLIMABLE
Cambridge, MA

Climable, Inc and Synapse Energy Economics are seeking an ambitious and creative research intern with excellent quantitative and communication skills. The ideal candidate is interested in energy and is eager to learn about the fields that Synapse and Climable operate in, specifically about conducting and communicating technical economic environmental analysis and concepts. We value candidate’s lived experience and we prefer those with a commitment to public interest issues such as sustainability and environmental justice. We are seeking to expand the pipeline for candidates from BIPOC communities. There will be three internship cycles per year that are meant to align with the school calendar. The internship cycles will run from approximately September 1 through December 15. In the spring and fall, this internship will be 20-32 hours a week. This internship provides a stipend of $1,000 per week for full-time interns and prorated for part-time.

The Intern will provide research and analysis to support Synapse’s project work on a variety of topics. A portion of the internship will be dedicated to training, education, and exposure to Synapse’s areas of expertise including energy efficiency, renewable energy technologies, resource planning, electricity rates, electric vehicles, environmental regulations, and electricity markets. These trainings will be conducted by in-house experts. Additionally, the Intern will gain experience in expert witness testimony by attending hearings and supporting the testimony writing process.

MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CLIMATE REALITY PROJECT
Remote

The Climate Reality Project is a nonprofit organization founded by former US Vice President Al Gore. Our mission is to catalyze a global solution to the climate crisis by making urgent action a necessity across every sector of society. We offer paid internships in three cycles (spring, summer, fall) that align to typical college semesters. Each cycle runs for approximately 10-15 weeks. We ask for a 15-20 hour minimum commitment per week. Interns will be allowed to work a maximum of 30 hours per week. The internship opportunities are in a variety of programs and departments that will vary from cycle to cycle. Every Climate Reality intern is assigned a mentor who works closely with them to help navigate the organization, create overall objectives, and oversee their work plan. Internship positions available are:

NTERN, STATE-FEDERAL CLIMATE POLICY – US CLIMATE ALLIANCE
Remote

The U.S. Climate Alliance is a bipartisan coalition of governors committed to upholding the goals of the Paris Agreement.  The U.S. Climate Alliance Secretariat provides strategic, convening, analytical and other functions to support Alliance states in making progress on their climate priorities. The U.S. Climate Alliance Secretariat is seeking a State-Federal Climate Policy Intern ready to contribute to its research, policy development, peer-to-peer learning and coordination work. The State Climate Policy Intern will support the Alliance’s federal-state policy efforts through research support such as data analysis and research projects; drafting policy briefing papers, presentations and case studies, and providing general coordination support.

PLANNING INTERN – CITY OF TAKOMA PARK
Takoma Park, MD

The City of Takoma Park is looking for a Planning Intern seeking experience in community planning, transportation planning, GIS-mapping, public outreach, and more. Our planning staff is small and interns play an important role in the City’s efforts to improve the quality of life for its residents and take the lead on projects.  City government offices are located in the Takoma Park Community Center, at 7500 Maple Avenue – a ten-minute walk from the Takoma Metro Station, on multiple bus lines, and accessible by bike and Capital Bikeshare. The Planning Internship opportunity is open for qualified candidates, 30-40 hours/week, up to 12 months. The hourly wage for this position is expected to be between $17.00 and $19.00 per hour and will be offered at a level consistent with the experience and qualifications of the candidate. The City telework policy allows remote work up to 60% time.

POLICY RESEARCH AND ADVOCACY INTERN/CO-OP – ABUNDANT HOUSING MASSACHUSETTS (AHMA)
Remote

AHMA seeks a policy research and advocacy intern to support the ongoing development of the organization’s policy and advocacy priorities. This role will focus on conducting policy research related to housing production and zoning reform to inform the development of AHMA’s future legislative priorities. The intern will work with AHMA staff, other interns, or consultants to translate research findings into model legislative bills as well as to develop educational tools meant to facilitate AHMA members’ local organizing work. This Internship is set to begin ASAP depending on the selected candidate’s availability, no later than the beginning of Fall Semester 2022. This position offers $20/ an hour and/or college credit.

PLANNING INTERN – SLR INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION
New Haven or Cheshire, CT

This internship position offers candidates the opportunity to work under the supervision of professional planners as well as a broad team of SLR’s collaborative professional staff ranging from engineers to landscape architects to climate specialists and to contribute to a diverse and challenging range of planning projects. The Intern will gain hands on experience working with staff and mentors. They will perform assignments designed to utilize and develop their professional skills and knowledge that are essential in the field of community planning.

INTERN, ECONOMIC AFFAIRS – UNITED NATIONS OFFICE OF THE SPECIAL ADVISER ON AFRICA
New York, NY or Remote

The internship position in the Office of the Special Adviser on Africa is for a period of three months, subject to extension based on the needs of the Office. Daily responsibilities will include:

  • Assisting in drafting and preparing official documents such as reports, briefings, and presentations, etc.,
  • Assisting in organizing technical meetings, webinars, and workshops, etc.,
  • Attending and preparing conferences and meetings reports,
  • Performing internet research in the fields of Financing for Development, trade, industrialization, and science, innovation, and technology,
  • Providing data and statistical support to the work of the Team,
  • Carrying out other duties as required.
 

Employment Opportunities

SENIOR RESEARCH MANAGER – BOSTON INDICATORS
Boston, MA

$80,000 – $100,000

DIRECTOR OF HOUSING MANAGEMENT – SOMERVILLE HOUSING AUTHORITY
Somerville, MA

$85,000 – $92,000

Deadline: September 15
Contact: Emily Eschmann, Executive Secretary

PROJECT MANAGER, PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS – MA DIVISION OF CAPITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT AND MAINTENANCE
Boston, MA

$44,590 – $136,870

Deadline: August 31
Contact: Abi Vladeck (UEP Alum)

ASSOCIATE DIGITAL EQUITY PLANNER – MASSACHUSETTS BROADBAND INITIATIVE
Westborough, MA

Contact: Ella Brady

CLIMATE RESILIENCE PLANNING PROJECT LEAD – LINNEAN SOLUTIONS
Cambridge, MA or Portland, ME

$70,000 – $90,000

Contact: Sarah Saydun

MULTIPLE POSITIONS – ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
North Chelmsford, MA or Boston, MA

RHODE ISLAND ENERGY POLICY ADVOCATE – RHODE ISLAND ENERGY POLICY ADVOCATE
Providence, RI

$26/hr – $34/hr

NATIONAL ORGANIZER FOR RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT – RIGHT TO THE CITY ALLIANCE
Remote

$70,000 – $90,000

POLICY ADVISOR, CLIMATE INFRASTRUCTURE, U.S. CLIMATE ALLIANCE – UNITED NATIONS FOUNDATION
Washington, DC

MULTIPLE POSITIONS – MEMPHIS AND SHELBY COUNTY DIVISION OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT
Memphis, TN

Deadline: August 10

PUBLIC POLICY SPECIALIST – MASSACHUSETTS PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION
Boston, MA

$50,000 – $55,000

CAMPAIGN ORGANIZER – MUSLIM JUSTICE LEAGUE
Boston, MA

$50,000

Deadline: August 19

GEOSPATIAL DATA ANALYST – CITY OF BOSTON
Boston, MA

$62,271 – $93,250

GIS AND DATA INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGIST – WELLESLEY COLLEGE
Wellesley, MA

DATA SCIENTIST/MODEL DEVELOPER – BOSTON REGION METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION
Boston, MA

$65,000 – $75,000

CONSERVATION AGENT – TOWN OF WEBSTER
Webster, MA

$75,000

Deadline: August 22

TRANSFORMATION PROJECT MANAGER – BOSTON PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT AGENCY
Boston, MA

$77,000 – $90,000

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – THE WELCOME PROJECT
Somerville, MA

$85,000 – $100,000

VICE PRESIDENT OF GREEN BUILDING SERVICES – NEW ECOLOGY
Boston, MA

$150,000

Contact: Nancy Jackson

NEW HAMPSHIRE STATE DIRECTOR – THE NATURE CONSERVANCY
Concord, NH

$138,000 – $156,000

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – GROUNDWORK USA
Yonkers, NY or Boston, MA

$150,000 – $175,000

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT URBAN PLANNER – SLR
New Haven, CT, Cheshire, CT or Glastonbury, CT

Contact: Noah Slovin (UEP Alum), Deniz Whittier (UEP Alum)., Mara Tu (UEP Student)

MULTIPLE POSITIONS – U.S. DOT VOLPE CENTER
Cambridge, MA

Contact: Erwin Figueroa (UEP Student)

SPECIAL PROJECTS COORDINATOR (SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL) – CITY OF TAKOMA PARK
Takoma Park, MD

$27.03/hr to $31.84/hr

TRIBAL LAND RECOVERY MANAGER – FIRST LIGHT
Maine
$60,000 – $65,000

Contact: Peter Forbes, Ellie Oldach, Alex Mas and/or Ciona Ulbrich
Deadline: August 19

CONSERVATION AGENT (PART-TIME) – TOWN OF MEDFIELD
Medfield, MA

$29,921 – $37,402

Deadline: August 30

PROGRAM MANAGER, COMMUNITY PROGRAMS – MASSACHUSETTS EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF HOUSING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Boston, MA

$70,002 – $75,000

Contact: Jacqueline Furtado, Senior Program Manager

MULTIPLE POSITIONS – THE ICA GROUP
Northhampton, MA or Remote

Deadline: August 21
Contact: Allison Curtis (UEP Alum)

SENIOR PROGRAM OFFICER GREEN CLIMATE FUND (GCF) ACCREDITED ENTITY – WORLD WILDLIFE FUND
Washington, DC

Deadline: August 19
Contact: Sheena Jhen Tuastomban

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR FOR SUPPORTIVE HOUSING – CITY OF BOSTON, MAYOR’S OFFICE OF HOUSING
Boston, MA

$77,736 – $110,644

Contact: Allison Singer

RESEARCH MANAGER – GROUNDED SOLUTIONS NETWORK
Remote

$80,000 – $95,000

MULTIPLE POSITIONS – POINT32HEALTH
Canton, MA

TOWN PLANNER – TOWN OF STOUGHTON
Stoughton, MA

$94,000 – $99,000

MULTIPLE POSITIONS – COMMUNITY LABOR UNITED
Boston, MA

MULTIPLE POSITIONS – BOSTON REGION METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION
Boston, MA

KNOWLEDGE EXPERT, CLIMATE AND SUSTAINABILITY – BOSTON CONSULTING GROUP (BCG)
Boston, MA

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – NASHUA RIVER WATERSHED ASSOCIATION
Groton, MA

SUSTAINABILITY & IMPACT ASSOCIATE – GRADIANT
Woburn, MA

CLIMATE ADAPTATION AND RESILIENCE SPECIALIST – SAN DIEGO GAS & ELECTRIC
San Diego, CA

SUSTAINABILITY CONSULTANT – UPLIFT AGENCY
Remote

$62,000 – $75,000

SUSTAINABILITY ASSISTANT – MADEWELL
New York, NY

SUSTAINABILITY ANALYST  – FIRST SOLAR
Remote

VOLUNTEER ENGAGEMENT ADVISOR – OXFAM
Chicago, IL

$58,600 – $84,970

AFFORDABLE HOUSING SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER – COMMUNITY TEAMWORK
Lowell, MA

$80,000 – $120,000

LEGISLATIVE DIRECTOR – SENATOR LYDIA EDWARDS
Boston, MA

$57,000 – $91,000

PLACEMAKING AND ACTIVATION COORDINATOR – CENTRAL ATLANTA PROGRESS
Atlanta, GA

$40,000 – $45,000

MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CITY OF VANCOUVER
Vancouver, WA

MULTIPLE POSITIONS – EPSILON ASSOCIATES
Maynard, MA

MULTIPLE POSITIONS – BOSTON TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT
Boston, MA

CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER – NEW ECOLOGY
Boston, MA and Remote

$150,000

Contact: Anna Asphar, Executive Search Consultant

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – NORTHEAST RECYCLING COUNCIL
Brattleboro, VT or Remote

$95,000 – $105,000

Contact: Anna Asphar, Executive Search Consultant

DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL PROJECTS – PROVIDENCE DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT
Providence, RI
$92,536 – $101,155

Contact: Alex Ellis

STAFF ANALYST (BUSES) – NEW YORK CITY TRANSIT, OFFICE OF BUSINESS STRATEGIES
New York, NY

$59,000 – $76,000

Contact: Jake Mittleman

CHIEF OF PLANNING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT – CITY OF REVERE
Revere, MA

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – MASSACHUSETTS VOTER TABLE
Remote-Massachusetts

$90,000  -$110,000

MULTIPLE POSITIONS – TOWN OF BROOKLINE

COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM MANAGER – MERRIMACK VALLEY PLANNING COMMISSION
Haverhill, MA

$80,000 – $110,000

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR – TOWN OF SOUTHBOROUGH
Southborough, MA

$23.57/hr

NEW YORK FIELD ORGANIZER – OUR CLIMATE
Remote

$19-21/hr

COLLEAGUE ENGAGEMENT & SUSTAINABILITY VP – BARCLAYS
Whippany, NJ or Manchester, UK

DIRECTOR, SOCIAL PURPOSE + SUSTAINABILITY – GOLIN
Washington, DC

HOUSING PROGRAM PLANNER – MA DEPT. OF HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Boston, MA

$66,682 – $96,585
Contact: Kristin Haas (UEP Alum)

ENTRY LEVEL GIS SPECIALIST – MOTT MACDONALD
Westwood, MA

RESIDENT SERVICES COORDINATOR (BI-LINGUAL) – METRO WEST COLLABORATIVE DEVELOPMENT (METRO WEST CD)
Newton, MA

Contact: Caitlin Madden, Executive Director

CLEAN TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM DIRECTOR – UNION OF CONCERNED SCIENTISTS
Cambridge, MA or Washington, DC

$171,000-$190,000
Contact: Paulina Muratore

DIRECTOR OF PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT – TOWN OF NORTON
Norton, MA

$81,589 – $95,000

MULTIPLE POSITIONS – BOSTON PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT AGENCY
Boston, MA

AFFORDABLE HOUSING SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER – COMMUNITY TEAMWORK
Lowell, MA

$80,000 – $120,000

DIRECTOR OF REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT – CODMAN SQUARE NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
Boston, MA
$135,000 – $155,000

DIRECTOR OF PROJECTS AND PLANNING – CAMBRIDGE REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
Cambridge, MA

$120,000 – $135,000

HOUSING AND SUSTAINABILITY DIRECTOR – TOWN OF CHATHAM
Chatham, MA

$87,921 – $92,331

TOWN PLANNER – TOWN OF CANTON
Canton, MA

Up to $82,000

DIRECTOR OF PLANNING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT – TOWN OF ARLINGTON
Arlington, MA

$108,801 – 126,065 with potential to $157,222

MULTIPLE POSITIONS – WALKBOSTON
Remote

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, SUSTAINABILITY DATA ANALYTICS  – HARVARD UNIVERSITY OFFICE FOR SUSTAINABILITY
Cambridge, MA and Remote

MANAGER OF COMMUNITY BUILDING AND ENGAGEMENT – ALLSTON BRIGHTON COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (ABCDC)
Boston, MA

$55,000 – $65,000
Contact: Rachel Regis, Deputy Director

TRANSPORTATION PLANNER/TRANSPORTATION DEMAND (TDM) SPECIALIST – MEDICAL ACADEMIC AND SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION (MASCO)
Boston, MA

Contact: Casey Bruno

MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CONSULTECON
Boston, MA or Philadelphia, PA

MULTIPLE POSITIONS – INSTITUTIONAL SHAREHOLDER SERVICES (ISS)
Rockville, MD or New York, NY

OUTREACH & ENGAGEMENT COORDINATOR – CITY OF SOMERVILLE
Somerville, MA

$63,672

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PLANNER I – CITY OF BEVERLY
Beverly, MA

$54,826

SENIOR PLANNER – CITY OF WORCESTER
Worcester, MA

$66,663 – $79,561

DATA, COMPLIANCE & QA MANAGER – TEAM
Derby, CT

COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR – BOSTON CYCLISTS UNION
Boston, MA

$50,000 – $55,000

SENIOR ANALYST SUSTAINABILITY AND ESG – JETBLUE
New York, NY

SENIOR HOUSING DEVELOPMENT PROJECT MANAGER – CITY OF CHELSEA
Chelsea, MA

$67,235 – $84,242

PROGRAM ANALYST – DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY RESOURCES, LEADING BY EXAMPLE DIVISION
Boston, MA

$61,047 – $87,395

MARINE GIS / MAPPING SPECIALIST – MASSACHUSETTS OFFICE OF COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT’S (CZM)
Boston, MA

$64,294 – $94,119

2022 MECHANIC/BIKE REPAIR CO-COORDINATOR (PART-TIME, SEASONAL)  – BOSTON CYCLIST UNION
Boston, MA

$22 – $26/hr

REGIONAL PLANNER III, TRAILS AND GREENWAYS PLANNER – DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION AND RECREATION
Boston, MA

$64,294 – $94,119

MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CONSERVATION LAW FOUNDATION
Boston, MA or New Haven, CT

MULTIPLE POSITIONS – BOSTON COLLEGE
Chestnut Hill, MA

GIS MANAGER – NATIONAL RURAL WATER ASSOCIATION
Duncan, OK

PLANNER OR SENIOR PLANNER – CITY OF CLEARWATER
Clearwater, FL

  • Planner: $47,238 – $56,685
  • Senior Planner Salary: $60,289 – $72,346

POLICY ANALYST – CONSERVATION LAW FOUNDATION
Boston, MA
$54,000

MULTIPLE POSITIONS – KEITH
Various locations

CONSERVATION ADMINISTRATOR – YARMOUTH DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Yarmouth, MA
$35.97 hourly

INVESTMENT ANALYST – ENERGY IMPACT PARTNERS (EIP)

New York, NY

LONG RANGE- HISTORIC PRESERVATION PLANNER – CITY OF HOT SPRINGS
Hot Springs, AR
$16.81 hourly

VARIOUS POSITIONS – DUDLEY STREET NEIGHBORHOOD INITIATIVE
Boston, MA