TUFTS GREEN FUND SEEKS GRADUATE STUDENT COMMITTEE MEMBER – TUFTS GREEN FUND
The Tufts Green Fund is currently looking for an environmentally focused grad student who would be interested in serving on the Green Fund Committee. The committee is a set of students, faculty and staff who work to fund sustainability projects on all of Tufts’ campuses. Funded from the Sustainable Investment Fund’s endowment payout, the committee can fund up to $40,000 a year and supports projects from students, faculty, and staff on all campuses. Sitting on the committee would require attending approximately four meetings throughout the semester, while also evaluating proposals in between. Please reach out to GreenFund@tufts.edu if you are interested!
GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIP IN GIS – UNIVERSITY OF MAINE AT MACHIAS
The University of Maine at Machias (UMM) GIS Laboratory seeks a graduate teaching assistant (master’s or PhD) beginning in Fall 2020 as a teaching assistant and/ or instructor of geographic information systems courses through UMM. Our award-winning GIS program is growing, we seek a graduate student to help us build the program and support quality instruction. The student will gain extensive experience in teaching and curriculum development in project-based, problem-based GIS instruction (both online and on-campus). They will participate in developing new curriculum for our expanding environmental GIS program and collaborate with GIS faculty across the state through the Maine Geospatial Institute. The successful candidate is strongly encouraged to develop independent research questions related to GIS instruction or community or environmental applications of GIS. Depending on research interests and qualifications, the student may choose to enroll in the UMaine Spatial Information Science and Engineering Program or the Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program.
STUDENT MICRO-RESEARCH GRANTS OPEN FOR APPLICATION – TISCH COLLEGE COMMUNITY RESEARCH CENTER AT TUFTS UNIVERSITY
The Tisch College Community Research Center at Tufts (TCRC) is a collaborative of Tufts researchers and community representatives from Boston, Cambridge, Somerville, Medford, and Grafton. This RFP solicits requests for micro-grants to support community-engaged student research. Undergraduate and graduate students at Tufts from all disciplines are welcome to apply. For more information about TCRC and previously funded research, see: https://tischcollege.tufts.edu/research/tcrc.
CALL FOR PAPERS FOR “CLIMATE CHANGE AT THE CROSSROADS” CONFERENCE – THE CENTRE FOR INTEGRATIVE ANTI-RACISM STUDIES (CIARS)
CIARS is pleased to announce that it is holding its XII Decolonizing Conference for critical dialogues on the theme of “Climate Change at the Crossroads: Whose Planet Are We Saving?” Questions of the Land, Environment, climate, colonialism, anti-Blackness, Indigenousness, and Race have always been intertwined. Black, Indigenous, racialized and colonized people’s lives have constituted sites and sources for generative, new, and counter narratives about Land, Environments, climate, and climate change intersections, especially through resistances to normalizing colonial practices and gaze. The deadline for submissions is April 30, 2020 at 11:59 PM EST.
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR CLASS OF 2021 – INSTITUTE FOR NON-PROFIT PRACTICE, NEW ENGLAND
We are now accepting applications for our award-winning nonprofit management and leadership certificate programs in Boston, Merrimack Valley/Essex County, Cape Cod and the Islands, and Providence, Rhode Island! Our comprehensive year-long programs are designed for working professionals and are rooted in a practical, rigorous and highly effective curriculum. Our New England programs result in a certificate from the Institute and the Jonathan M. Tisch College of Civic Life at Tufts University. Successful completion of INP programs may earn the equivalent of 3 credit-hours for graduates who are admitted and enroll in Tufts graduate degree programs.
TUFTS EQUITY PROGRAM COORDINATOR (PART-TIME) NEEDED – TUFTS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
A part-time Program Coordinator is needed to work funded by the Tufts Office of the Vice Provost of Research. Our long-term goal is to build a durable center for the study of equity that integrates research from across Tufts, attracts external funds for ambitious projects, generates groundbreaking research, affects the national and global understanding of equity, and offers educational opportunities for Tufts students and others. This work is distinctive in its interdisciplinary breadth, its focus on equity as an ideal rather than inequality as a narrowly defined problem, and its connection to policy, practice and public discussion. Please submit a letter of interest and CV to Jennifer Allen.
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TDC-MIT TRANSPORTATION SUMMIT 2020 – TRANSPORTATION DIVERSITY COUNCIL/MIT TRANSPORTATION GRADUATE STUDENT GROUP
September 14 (tentative date), location TBA
Note: Because of the COVID-19 outbreak, the Summit is postponed to a tentative date of Monday, September 14, 2020. This year’s conference features keynote presentations, panel discussions, and technical tours addressing the theme of “Navigating Organizational and Resiliency Challenges.” The conference will include on-site technical tours and panel discussions with experts from regional agencies and companies representing all modes of transportation discussing: Navigating Political and Funding Structures, Safety and Resiliency Challenges, and Mitigating Transportation Workforce Challenges.
Internships, Fellowships, Grants
PROJECT SHEPHERD – COGDESIGN
COGdesign seeks urban planners, landscape architects/designers, retired or practicing – anyone with some experience developing open space – to take on the role of ‘shepherd’ or project liaison for pro bono, community-initiated, community green space projects in Boston. Teams of two volunteer landscape architects/designers work with the community groups whose proposals COG has accepted to develop schematic drawings based on community input. Delivery of those drawings or a masterplan fulfills our contractual obligation to community clients, who go on to use the drawings to fundraise. Most projects last 4-6 months, but have three community meetings which the shepherd attends to support the designers if needed. Shepherds also document these meetings, taking notes and photos.
SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY INTERN – MASSDOT
Reporting to the Director of Sustainable Mobility in the MassDOT Secretary’s Office, the Sustainable Mobility Intern will be responsible for supporting a wide variety of projects related to the implementation of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Plans. The responsibilities in this position are extremely varied, with many different topics and types of tasks depending on priority projects, experience and interest. A successful applicant needs to be very detail-oriented, independent, proactive, and organized. It is also critical to be able to write and communicate effectively, to be able to work constructively in a large and complex organization. If you have questions regarding this position, please contact Alaina Seitz, Human Resources Specialist, at 857-368-8596.
RAIL AND TRANSIT INTERN – MASSDOT
At MassDOT, transportation is not about roads and bridges, or trains and buses – it is about people. Our mission begins with customers – individuals, businesses, municipalities, and regional transit agencies. We support programs and projects that deliver a high return on investment. We partner with municipalities, public agencies, and private sector businesses. MassDOT supports the economic, quality of life, and environmental goals of the Commonwealth. This internship is for the Summer of 2020 and it runs from May through August of 2020. The MassDOT Rail and Transit Division oversees the Commonwealth’s 15 Regional Transit Authorities, MassDOT’s freight and passenger rail program and works closely with the MBTA. The Rail & Transit Intern will work with the Manager of Transit Programs and the Transit Project Manager to support a variety of initiatives.
TRANSPORTATION PLANNING INTERNSHIP – MASSDOT
The Office of Transportation Planning at the Massachusetts Department of Transportation is currently seeking candidates for paid internships to work on a variety of planning projects. This will be a rewarding and valuable experience for those currently studying Urban Planning, Transportation Planning, Geography, Transportation Engineering, Civil Engineering, public administration, or related studies.
INTERNSHIPS – COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS (CFR)
New York, NY or Washington, D.C
In an ever-changing world, CFR’s work as a leading nonpartisan resource for information and ideas about foreign policy is more important than ever. At CFR, interns do work that matters alongside smart and dedicated staff in a diverse and inclusive environment. Interns are paid a competitive hourly wage while gaining valuable experience through exposure to leading foreign policy experts. They are also offered professional development training as a foundation for future work in the field of foreign policy and international affairs. Internship opportunities are offered through the Blavatnik Internship Program and Robina Franklin Williams Internship Program.
PAID FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITIES – CONGRESSIONAL HISPANIC CAUCUS INSTITUTE
CHCI is looking for emerging leaders from across the country interested in working alongside policy makers and industry experts dedicated to creating positive change. The 2020-2021 Graduate Fellowship Program offers a unique, paid, nine-month opportunity to receive hands-on leadership training, access to a diverse industry network and invaluable work experience on Capitol Hill and beyond that helps its Fellows to stand out in today’s job market. Applicants must have received a master’s or J.D. between April 2018 and August 2020. Those with backgrounds and/or degrees related to the automotive/mobility industry, communications, energy, health, law, marketing, political science, public policy or STEM are strongly encouraged to apply. These special opportunities allow fellows to be placed in their sponsor’s D.C. office for the second half of their program.
COASTAL RESILIENCY PLANNING INTERNSHIP – ARCADIS
The Water Business Line of Arcadis is seeking a candidate to join our world-class firm in Wakefield, MA or Long Island City, NY. The intern will support our Urban and Coastal Resiliency Planning Group and will primarily focus on hazard mitigation and urban / community resilience planning, economic analyses, benefit cost analyses, and project implementation planning support. Working with Professional Engineers, scientists, and planners, the Intern will perform assignments designed to utilize and develop professional skills and knowledge significant in the field. The Intern will work on multiple, unique assignments simultaneously and will need to possess strong organizational, analytical and problem-solving skills. The ideal candidate will be a self-motivated, team-oriented and flexible individual, ready to take on new challenges in a fast-paced environment and willing to help where needed. We need someone with excellent research and writing skills, as well as good technical skills. Duties may include, but are not limited to: Hazard mitigation planning for communities and critical infrastructure Grant writing & management Research Regular work with Excel and GIS Interdependent teamwork Work independently and sometimes with limited direction Other duties as assigned.
GRADUATE LEVEL INTERNSHIP (PAID) – COMMUNITY/ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT – MT. AUBURN ASSOCIATES
Mt. Auburn Associates is seeking a graduate level intern to provide project support to senior staff on national and local initiatives across the U.S. Potential projects include those related to community development, workforce development, small business and economic development, community development finance, creative industries, and healthcare. Working for a small organization, you will have the opportunity to participate in all aspects of the firm’s work. Qualified candidates will have an interest in and commitment to social justice. This is a paid internship position. Start and end dates are flexible. Submit cover letter and resume to Judi Luciano at Judi@mtauburnassociates.com. Applications reviewed on a rolling basis.
SUMMER INTERN – PGAV PLANNERS
St. Louis, MO
Our team is looking for a creative summer intern who is excited to learn and work with the PGAV Planners team on all phases of community planning and development projects. We work with municipalities and communities throughout the St. Louis region and nationwide to provide expertise in land use planning and zoning, economic development, capacity building, and strategic development. PGAV is located in Downtown St. Louis, accessible to MetroLink and just steps from the Gateway Arch. Our office is home to more than 125 planners, designers, architects, and creatives working on projects around the globe. Compensation and schedule is dependent on experience. To apply, send your resume, project examples, and one-page cover letter (maximum file size 9 MB) to email@example.com.
CAMPUS COORDINATOR – ENVIRONMENTAL VOTER PROJECT (EVP)
EVP is seeking applicants for its selective Campus Coordinator Program for the 2020 calendar year – although semester-long commits are also welcome. Each Campus Coordinator will work closely with EVP’s Organizing Director to build a campus-specific organizing plan and then oversee all organizing and voter contact for that designated college campus. EVP’s Campus Coordinator positions are unpaid, volunteer roles similar to campaign internships. Coordinators will be expected to work anywhere from 1–5 hours per week, according to a flexible schedule that takes exams and other student responsibilities into account. Phone interviews are being scheduled on a rolling basis. Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter to Shannon Seigal, Organizing Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PUBLIC SPACE ENHANCEMENT SPECIALIST INTERNSHIP – CITY OF CHELSEA
In 2019 the City of Chelsea enacted new zoning regulations to facilitate activation of the public realm by district businesses. Chelsea’s downtown holds significant assets including an intact historic building fabric, diverse local people and culture, numerous independently-owned retail shops and restaurants, all in close proximity to downtown Boston. Engaging neighborhood business owners in the enhancement of the retail corridor will foster a more vibrant, pedestrian‐friendly and healthy neighborhood. The City seeks a Public Space Enhancement Specialist in a contracted services role to provide design, technical assistance and other supports to business owners regarding the activation of public space in Chelsea’s downtown including A-frame signage, planters, outdoor dining and seating, and parklets. Funds are available to provide grants and source supplies to execute activation projects. The internship will last for 12 weeks from May through August with a stipend of $9,000. Contact: Mimi Graney.
PLANNING INTERNSHIP – DEPT OF PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT, CHELSEA, MA
Chelsea City Hall, 500 Broadway, Chelsea, MA
The intern may work on various projects, including, but not limited to, assisting Department staff in developing data on the City’s housing stock and on private investment in the housing stock in targeted neighborhoods; developing data for the City’s waterfront, economic development and downtown initiatives; working on maximizing local participation in the 2020 Census; and assisting staff with boards and commissions. The Intern will interact with Department staff as well as with other City Departments, State agencies, local nonprofits, and the general public. Experience with GIS is a requirement. Knowledge of basic planning practice and standards is helpful. Basic familiarity with state laws relating to planning, zoning, and housing is helpful. Basic research methods, including internet research, and strong written and oral communication skills. Contact: John DePriest, Director.
2020 PUBLIC POLICY INTERN (GRADUATE LEVEL) – LYFT
San Francisco, CA/Washington D.C.
At Lyft, community is what we are and it’s what we do. It’s what makes us different. To create the best ride for all, we start in our own community by creating an open, inclusive, and diverse organization where all team members are recognized for what they bring. Lyft is looking for a motivated, creative, and analytical Graduate-level Public Policy Intern to support our Public Policy leadership team for Summer 2020. If you have an extraordinary attention to detail, are a self starter, and love to learn about emerging public policy issues in a fast-paced environment, and if the thought of helping Lyft continue to bring the benefits of our platform to communities around the country sounds exciting to you, we would love to meet you! This role can be in either our San Francisco HQ or Washington D.C.
INTERNSHIPS – RETHINKING POWER MANAGEMENT
Rethinking Power Management (RPM) is seeking qualified candidates passionate about energy efficiency and our mission to make sustainable practices standard operating procedure across the Northeast. Do you thrive in a fast-paced environment? Do you like working with diverse clients, helping them solve diverse problems? If so, then RPM may be the right place for you to learn about energy efficiency and business in a real-world setting. Internships are available during semester terms and the summer. Reliable transportation is recommended but public transport is available as the MBTA Broadway stop is located near our office in South Boston where we are based. Some field travel may also be possible to enhance your learning experience. RPM offers part-time internships (up to 20 hours per week) and an hourly rate based on qualifications and experience. Schedule and start date will be arranged with the position’s manager at time of hire. Send your resume, cover letter, and a writing sample to: email@example.com with the subject line “YOUR NAME – Internship Application.”
ENVIRONMENT AMERICA FELLOW – ENVIRONMENT AMERICA
Environment America’s mission is to transform our ideas and imaginations into change that makes our world a greener and healthier place. We build support for clean, renewable energy. In just the past year, we helped convince California, New Mexico, Washington state and Maine to commit to 100 percent zero-carbon electricity. We campaign against pollution and climate change. We do what it takes to turn public opinion and political momentum toward a greener, healthier world. If that’s what you want to do, apply today. The target annual compensation for this position is $28,000 in the first year. Environment America offers a competitive benefits package. We also offer an excellent training program and opportunities for advancement. We’re currently hiring for positions in multiple locations across the country, including Boston, Chicago, Washington DC and Sacramento. If you’re flexible, you can apply for multiple locations. We accept applications on a rolling basis. Positions start in August 2020. Immediate positions also available.
FOOD POLICY & PLANNING INTERN – MAPC
The Metropolitan Area Planning Council seeks an intern interested in supporting food policy and planning at MAPC toward advancing healthy food access, equitable food systems, and public health. These goals are reached through increasing the capacity, networks and efficacy of Massachusetts cities and towns to implement sustainable systems and policy changes to improve food environments and community health. The intern will work with MAPC’s Public Health Department and in coordination with its partners.
LAND CONSERVATION INTERN – ESSEX COUNTY GREENBELT ASSOCIATION
Essex County Greenbelt Association seeks an intern to assist the Land Conservation department in the spring semester of 2020. This position will support the day-to-day GIS needs of the department, with a focus on the production of story maps for climate change outreach. Other work may include field data collection, database updating, researching land parcel information, map making, and other projects as they arise. The internship offers a combination of field and office work with direct hands on conservation and GIS experience. Position is part-time: 2-3 days a week, with flexibility on hours. A $2000 stipend will be provided, with potential for academic credit. Please submit resume and cover letter electronically (PDF format preferred) to Abby Hardy-Moss at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
GIS INTERN – CITY OF CAMBRIDGE IT DEPARTMENT
The City of Cambridge is looking for a part-time GIS Intern. The major theme of this position will be GIS data maintenance and review, as well as the use and integration of 3D within GIS. The ideal candidate will have at least one year’s experience using ESRI ArcGIS, worked with relational databases, and has experience with 3D. Only individuals with proven, hands on GIS experience will be considered. $16.15 per hour compensation. 20 hours per week, possibility of full time hours on a short-term basis. Please provide a cover letter and resume and e-mail to: GIS-Recruiting@cambridgema.gov.
SOCIAL MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS INTERN – KIM LUNDGREN ASSOCIATES, INC. (KLA)
Kim Lundgren Associates, Inc. (KLA) is seeking a part-time Social Media and Communications Intern to assist with strategy and implementation for the company’s social media and content marketing. It’s an opportunity to work with a start-up in the sustainability/climate change/clean energy space on a variety of writing and social media projects, including compiling social media best practices, developing content, and training internal and external parties. Compensation is $18-$20 an hour and the position is for up to 20 hours a week. Please submit a letter of interest, resume, example of a social media account you’ve helped manage, and a writing sample to email@example.com. Kim Lundgren Associates, Inc. is seeking other candidates for paid internships as well both this semester and for the summer of 2020. Interested candidates should email a letter of interest and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
RENEW BOSTON OUTREACH FELLOW – CITY OF BOSTON
The Fellow will help the City of Boston’s residential energy efficiency program conduct outreach to all of Boston’s neighborhoods. Renew Boston is Mayor Walsh’s residential energy efficiency program. In partnership with Mass Save, Eversource and National Grid, it educates and connects Boston’s residents and small businesses with energy efficiency resources such as energy assessments, insulation work and heating system replacements. Renew Boston plays an important role in the Mayor’s Climate Action Plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 25% by the year 2020 and 80% by the year 2050. The Renew Boston Fellow will work closely with the Renew Boston Community Manager to develop new and innovative strategies for outreach. Those strategies should include a mix of online and offline engagement, meaning that the Fellow should be just as comfortable developing a digital marketing campaign as she is leading a community workshop. This position pays a stipend of $18.00 per hour with potential to further advancement. Contact: Brenda Pike.
SPRING COMMUNICATIONS & RESEARCH INTERN – A BETTER CITY
A Better City’s Energy + Environment (E+E) Unit drives carbon reduction and builds climate resiliency through policy, programming and research. This work helps the City of Boston’s commercial real estate and business sectors reduce carbon emissions through both demand-side and supply-side innovations, and prepare for the effects of climate change in order to ensure the economic security of Boston’s future. The E+E Unit is seeking an intern to support research and communications projects. Interns need to be registered with the MassCEC internship program. For a full internship description, check the MassCEC internship website or email email@example.com.
CONSERVATION FINANCE RESEARCH INTERN – THE TRUST FOR PUBLIC LAND
Boston, MA/Seattle, WA
We are seeking a Conservation Finance Intern to primarily support several key knowledge resources including comprehensive databases of public land conservation activities, ballot measure election results, and project tracking. The person in this position may also conduct or assist in research, writing, and technical analysis for reports that evaluate the potential of state and local governments to design public funding programs for parks and land conservation. The selected applicant will be involved with data collection, entry, management, and, as needed, qualitative research, analysis and report writing. Research will involve policy review, literature searches and interviews. Please send Resume and Cover Letter to Andrew du Moulin.
REGIONAL PLANNING AND GIS INTERN – METROPOLITAN AREA PLANNING COUNCIL
The Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) seeks a Regional Planning GIS Intern to support members of the Data Services Department on data analysis and mapping for local and regional planning projects. The ideal candidate will be an experienced Esri ArcMap user with a strong interest in planning, sustainability, and social equity. Our team works on projects stemming from departments across the agency, so candidates should also be excited to work on several projects at once in diverse topic areas. This internship is a unique opportunity to work as part of a dynamic, collaborative, and interdisciplinary team focused on using data and technology to support informed regional planning.
ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS INTERN – TUFTS INSTITUTE OF THE ENVIRONMENT
Tufts Institute of the Environment (TIE) is seeking a graduate student to assist with tasks related to managing and executing TIE’s programs and initiatives. Duties will involve supporting the basic administrative functions of an office as well as assisting with program design, deployment, evaluation and marketing. This position is ideal for students interested in learning more about what happens behind the scenes to ensure TIE’s programs are executed on time and above expectations. The person will get experience working directly on environmentally-related programs, and gain transferable skills across environmental industries. Interested students should send: 1) Cover letter 2) Resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
THE JOHN PAUL EBERHARD FELLOWSHIP – ACADEMY OF NEUROSCIENCE FOR ARCHITECTURE (ANFA)
The mission of the Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture (ANFA) is to promote and advance knowledge that links neuroscience research to a growing understanding of human responses to the built environment. The Academy gratefully acknowledges John Paul Eberhard, FAIA for his wisdom in identifying a role for neuroscience in architecture, and for his seminal efforts in the creation of and continued support for ANFA and further, for his unstinting commitment to encouraging research by dedicated explorers of “The Brain Landscape”. This fellowship is established to encourage Masters & PhD students and Post Docs, of either Neuroscience or Architecture programs to undertake, in their projects, theses or dissertations, the research required to develop new knowledge at the interface of Neuroscience and Architecture and thus to contribute to a broader understanding of how bridges can be created between these two fields of creative human endeavor.
GREEN CORPS FELLOWSHIP – GREEN CORPS
Our year-long program puts you in an intensive classroom training with people like Bill McKibben, and other guest speakers and leaders of environmental organizations. Then, you move to hands-on experience working with groups like Oceana, Audubon Society, The Wilderness Society and Mighty Earth to fight climate change, protect public lands and reform our food system. When you graduate from the program, we will help you find a career with one for the nation’s leading environmental and social change groups. The planet needs all the help it can, especially now with so many protections under attack. To win now and build a strong foundation for lasting progress, we need people who know how to organize: to run organizations and campaigns that will inspire the support and action we need to save our planet. We’re accepting the top 25 out of more than 1000 applicants for our 2020-2021 program. If you’re passionate about the environment and ready to learn and practice the craft of organizing, click here to apply. Green Corps year long program begins in August 2020 with Introductory Classroom Training, and continues with field placements in multiple locations across the U.S. Candidates must be willing to relocate.
GIS ADMINISTRATOR – CITY OF QUINCY
$52,000 – $62,000SCIENCE NETWORK ORGANIZER – UNION OF CONCERNED SCIENTISTS
Contact: Paulina Muratore
Deadline to apply is April 20
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT MANAGER – CITY OF CAMBRIDGE
$74,017 to $89,444
$57,086 – $60,243
Contact: Beth Della ValleCOMMUNITY OUTREACH COORDINATOR – CITY OF FRAMINGHAM
$49,238.00 – $55,451.76
TOWN PLANNER – TOWN OF WESTON
$94,416 – $110,939
Multiple Positions – NMR GROUP
Contact: Roseann Bongiovanni
SENIOR DIRECTOR, STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS – CAMPAIGN FOR TOBACCO-FREE KIDS
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT OF COMMUNICATIONS AND MARKETING – HUMAN RIGHTS CAMPAIGN
POLICY RESEARCH SPECIALIST (CONSERVATION & COASTAL LANDS) – RESEARCH CORPORATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII
Arlington, TXMULTIPLE POSITIONS – TUFTS UNIVERSITY
$39,600 – $63,400
SENIOR PLANNER – CITY OF COLORADO SPRINGS
Colorado Springs, CO
$6,270.00 – $7,527.00 Monthly
ECONOMIST – VOLPE NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS CENTER
$48,159 to $76,583
$50,000 – $54,000
Contact for VP position: John W. Hesse
$40,000 – $42,000POLICY DIRECTOR – TRANSPORTATION FOR MASSACHUSETTS (T4MA)
Boston, MAMANAGER: CITIES, STATES, AND REGIONS – CDP
New York, NY
DIRECTOR OF LEGAL AND POLICY INITIATIVES – COLORADO CHARTER SCHOOL INSTITUTE
$7,083-$7,917 per month
IMMIGRATION ADVOCATE – HARBORCOV
DATABASE AND PROGRAM EVALUATION DIRECTOR – HARBORCOV
ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATION PROGRAM AMBASSADOR – MAPC
$25 to $30/hour
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER – SOMERVILLE COMMUNITY CORPORATION
DIVEST ED DIRECTOR – BETTER FUTURE PROJECT
$45,000 – $59,000
PUBLIC POLICY DIRECTOR – CBDA
TENANT OUTREACH, EDUCATION AND ORGANIZER SPECIALIST – SOMERVILLE COMMUNITY CORPORATION
Contact: Rene Mardones
DIRECTOR OF INTERNAL AUDIT & RISK ASSESSMENT – MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
$38,067.12 – $92,000.00
SENIOR PROGRAM OFFICER, ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY – LISC BOSTON
PART-TIME HOUSING COORDINATOR AND PLANNING OFFICE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT – TOWN OF IPSWICH DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT
$20 – $30 hourly
DIRECTOR OF PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT – TOWN OF EASTON
$84,181.76 – $111,076.16
TOWN PLANNER/COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR – TOWN OF GRAFTON
REAL ESTATE DIRECTOR OR SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER – PLANNING OFFICE FOR URBAN AFFAIRS (POUA)
REGIONAL PLANNER III – ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION GRANTS MANAGER – MA DEPARTMENT OF FISH & GAME
$64,294.62 – $94,119.74
DIRECTOR OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT – TOWN OF LEXINGTON
$83,248 – $94,092
SENIOR PLANNER – TOWN OF WATERTOWN
$62,079 – $69,872
SUSTAINABILITY COORDINATOR – REGIONAL SUSTAINABILITY AND COASTAL RESILIENCY PROGRAM
RESEARCH ASSISTANT – LINCOLN INSTITUTE OF LAND POLICY
CONSERVATION CARTOGRAPHER – WILDLIFE CONSERVATION SOCIETY (WCS)
New York, NY
SENIOR URBAN POLICY RESEARCHER – PEW CHARITABLE TRUSTS
INNOVATION ANALYST – POWERHOUSE CIRCUIT
MANAGER OF LEARNING & EVALUATION – JUST-A-START
COORDINATOR FOR CHANGE MANAGEMENT – GREENERU
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CASTALIA
Washington, D.C. or Bogota, Colombia
ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND COMMUNITY STRATEGIST – EVERSOURCE
DATA ANALYSIS SPECIALIST FOR SCIENCE – BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY
ANALYST/CONSULTANT: UTILITY ADVISORY TEAM – DAYMARK ENERGY ADVISORS, INC.
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CONNETICS TRANSPORTATION GROUP (CTG)
Chicago, IL or Atlanta, GA
Interested candidates should e-mail a cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Please indicate job title in the subject line.
TRANSPORTATION PLANNER I/II – MAPC
$55,000 – $70,000
DATA ARCHITECT/PROGRAMMER – ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & ENGINEERING
BOSTON PROGRAM SENIOR ASSOCIATE – ITDP
RESEARCH MANAGER – THE CAMPAIGN FOR TOBACCO-FREE KIDS
ASSET MANAGER – PLANNING OFFICE OF URBAN AFFAIRS
CAPITOL HILL ECODISTRICT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – CAPITOL HILL HOUSING
Up to $100,000
ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY RESEARCH ANALYST – NEW VIRGINIA MAJORITY
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER – PROSPERA HOUSING COMMUNITY SERVICES
San Antonio, TX
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – TETRATECH
Arlington, VA/Burlington, VT
DIRECTOR OF PLANNING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT – CITY OF FRAMINGHAM
$111,754 – $128,508
REGIONAL PLANNER/SENIOR PLANNER – LOWER CONNECTICUT RIVER VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
$50,000 – $60,000
PRINCIPAL ASSOCIATE, FLOOD-PREPARED COMMUNITIES – PEW CHARITABLE TRUSTS
ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNER I – WESTON & SAMPSON
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF FINANCE – MAPC
$75,000 – $90,000
CLIMATE STAFF ASSOCIATE – LAMONT-DOHERTY EARTH OBSERVATORY (COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY)
PLANNING & ZONING COORDINATOR – TOWN OF SUDBURY
$47,086 – $52,833
Contact: Adam Duchesneau
PROJECT MANAGER CONSULTANT FOR FIELD RESEARCH – UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT HEALTH CENTER
$45 – $60 per hour
Contact: Shir Ginzberg (Please send a cover letter and resume or CV as the first step of applying.)
RESEARCH ASSISTANT III – HARVARD JOINT CENTER OF HOUSING STUDIES
$58,663.87 – $75,240.18
IMMIGRANT SERVICES COORDINATOR – CITY OF SOMERVILLE
REGIONAL DIRECTOR – STANFORD UNIVERSITY/PRINCETON UNIVERSITY AMERICAN VOICES PROJECT
Chicago, IL; Seattle, WA
GIS ANALYST – WRIGHT-PIERCE
Portland, ME; Portsmouth, NH; Manchester, NH; Andover, MA; Topsham, ME
COMMUNITY PROPERTY MANAGER – UFI CLT
$30/hour; 20 hrs. per week
PROPOSAL MANAGER – CADMUS GROUP
DIRECTOR OF PLANNING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT – TOWN OF ORANGE
$65,000 – $70,000
SCIENCE POLICY RESEARCH IMPACT LEAD – PEW CHARITABLE TRUSTS
TRANSPORTATION PLANNER – MASSDOT
$57,286.06 – 79,490.06
SENIOR LOAN OFFICER – INVEST DETROIT
SENIOR TRANSPORTATION PLANNER – CITY OF SOMERVILLE
SUSTAINABILITY MANAGER – HARVARD OFFICE OF SUSTAINABILITY
LEAD ORGANIZER – SEIU 32BJ
NY, NJ or DC Areas
GIS, DATA AND RESEARCH LIBRARIAN – HARVARD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF DESIGN
CPA MANAGER – CITY OF SOMERVILLE
ENERGY PROJECT MANAGER – AMAZON
REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT MANAGER – CODMAN SQUARE NDC
LAND USE AND NATURAL RESOURCES PLANNER – FRANKLIN REGIONAL COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
$39,000 – $43,000
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – DSNI
$45,000 – $50,000; Commensurate with Experience
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – HARVARD UNIVERSITY OFFICE FOR SUSTAINABILITY
PROGRAM ASSOCIATE – GIS – WINROCK
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT – PLANNING DEPT. – TOWN OF DUXBURY
SENIOR PLANNER – TOWN OF WELLESLEY
$67,800 – $82,900
CLIMATE RESILIENCE PROJECT MANAGER – MYSTIC RIVER WATERSHED ASSOCIATION
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CITY OF BOSTON
Contact: Alison Brizius
JUNIOR ASSOCIATE – NELSON/NYGAARD CONSULTING ASSOCIATES
PROGRAM MANAGER – TCRC
RESEARCH ANALYST – COUNCIL OF DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
$60,000 – $100,000
TOWN PLANNER – TOWN OF BOXBOUROUGH
$69,827 to $85,078
Contact: Cheryl Mahoney
GIS PLANNER – STRAFFORD REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CHICA PROJECT
$33,000 to $37,000; $15/hour (part-time)
RENEWABLE ENERGY PROGRAM COORDINATOR II – MASS DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY RESOURCES
$57,245.50 – $81,952.52
EXECUTIVE DEPUTY DIRECTOR – GREENTOWN LABS
GIS/MARKET RESEARCH CONSULTANT – OPTIRTC
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – B’NAI B’RITH HOUSING (BBH)
ZONING SERVICES PROJECT MANAGER – AEI CONSULTANTS
ASSOCIATE/SR. ASSOCIATE – GLOBAL CLIMATE FINANCE – ROCKY MOUNTAIN INSTITUTE
Boulder, CO or Washington, D.C.
PUBLIC TRANSIT MANAGER – ITDP
CLIMATE RESILIENCE PROGRAM MANAGER – MYSTIC RIVER WATERSHED ASSOCIATION
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF FINANCE – MAPC
$75,000 – $90,000