GDAE PRESENTS NEW POLICY BRIEFS – GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENT INSTITUTE AT TUFTS UNIVERSITY
Following two conferences on healthy soils in the Northeast, the Tufts University Global Development and Environment Institute announces new research and policy work on soils and climate. “Soil Carbon, Water Management, and Natural Infrastructure,” by Sam Polzin, discusses the need for regionally coordinated state-level agricultural policy incentives to enhance soil health and water management. “Land Value and Soil Quality,” by Benjamin Johnson, outlines reforms in land valuation and tax policy to create landowner incentives for proper stewardship. Read both here.
PROFESSOR EMERITA RELEASES COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BRIEF SERIES
Those studying the field of community development and more specifically, home mortgage defaults, may be interested in a set of briefs written by UEP Professor Emerita Rachel Bratt. The briefs describe federal regulations following the Great Recession, and may be especially instructive given the current state of heightened housing insecurity. The series can be viewed at the websites of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and Harvard’s Joint Center for Housing Studies.
NEIGHBORHOOD VOLUNTEER GROUP SEEKS COORDINATORS – ALLSTON BRIGHTON NEIGHBORHOOD PODS (ABNPP)
Allston Brighton Neighborhood Pods (ABNPP), which works with Allston Brighton Mutual Aid to help address local residents’ needs, is looking for coordinators as it continues and expands the scope of its work. Positions include:
- Resource Coordinator: oversee the collection and redistribution of resources, manage digital operations
- NPP Recruitment + Outreach Coordinator: connect with new volunteers and community groups, support mapping efforts
To learn more, contact UEP student Minerva Ciaffone Rodriguez at MinervaCiaffone@gmail.com.
TRANSPORTATION BLOG SEEKS ARTICLE PITCHES – STREETSBLOG MASS
Streetsblog MASS is interested in your pitches for stories about public transit/walking/biking/mobility/safer streets. They pay $0.50 per word for reported pieces, and are especially keen to have more bylines from women and people of color. Please spread the word, and send pitches to firstname.lastname@example.org.
TUFTS FOOD SYSTEMS PRACTICUM TO START IN MID-AUGUST
Workshop participants will learn basic horticulture principles and practices associated with organic vegetable production while exploring how to harvest, wash, and pack vegetables for a variety of local market outlets. In this peak part of the season, we will be working with the New Entry Food Hub to explore aggregation and distribution of local produce, in addition to working in the field to harvest and maintain crops. Please visit https://nesfp.org/farmer-training for more information.
SEEKING ONE TO TWO GRADUATE TAS FOR ENV 1 – TUFTS UNIVERSITY
Seeking one to two graduate teaching assistants for ENV 1 for the coming Fall semester. Interested students please send a CV and short cover letter to Dr. Ninian Stein (Ninian.Stein@Tufts.edu).
ENV 1 Catalog Course Description:
A case study approach to integrating the natural and social sciences with the arts and the humanities. The course will delve into critical issues, balancing concerns for Western “great thinkers” with indigenous, global, and emerging environmental thinkers, challenges and debates, and will explore how interdisciplinary approaches enable solutions.
SUSTAINABLE ENERGY MODELING PROJECT SEEKS PHD STUDENT RESEARCHER – SCHOOL OF SYSTEMS & ENTERPRISES
We are seeking a highly-motivated individual with a background in power systems, renewable energy, behavioral science, or system modeling, to pursue a Ph.D. in Socio-Technical Systems, as part of a funded project on sustainable energy systems modeling. This position is supported by a National Science Foundation-funded project that involves consumer behavior experiments, multi-agent market system modeling, and integrated consumer and market simulation testing with decision-makers. The project summary is available here.
PROF. EMERITA RACHEL BRATT QUOTED IN HOUSE BEAUTIFUL
UEP Professor Emerita Rachel Bratt was recently consulted on how COVID-19 may impact the housing market. Read the whole article here.
UPLOAD YOUR SUSTAINABILITY PROJECT TO TUFTS’ DATABASE – TUFTS OFFICE OF SUSTAINABILITY
Did you submit a mid-term or final paper on a sustainability project idea for Tufts or its surrounding communities? If you have a report written on Tufts sustainability project ideas, please upload your reports to the Office of Sustainability Student Project Database, housed within the Tufts Digital Library. This database helps the Office of Sustainability and future Tufts students learn from previous research and build off it for future sustainability projects. Instructions to upload your projects are here.
APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR ANIMALS/POLICY MASTERS PROGRAM – TUFTS UNIVERSITY CUMMINGS SCHOOL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE
Students in the MS in Animals and Public Policy (MAPP) program develop research, analytical, and communications skills that empower them to promote the status and welfare of animals and deepen public understanding of the role of animals in society. The program seeks students of diverse academic, career, and professional experiences who share an interest in human-animal relationships. Enrolling students may be looking to begin a career related to animals, chart a new direction or deepen their knowledge in their current careers, or pursue another advanced degree, such as the DVM, Law, or PhD.
#SHAREMYCHECK – RESOURCE GENERATION
Take the Pledge: #ShareYourCheck with Mass Redistribution Fund & Beyond! Please join us, as people in Massachusetts and beyond with capacity to share our stimulus checks and share our wealth to support community-led COVID-19 relief efforts. For more growing and base-building, RG is also offering a 4 week Virtual Praxis for sharing space together, digging into what it means to show up in solidarity during this crisis, unpacking some of our privilege and blocks around taking action, and building towards the redistribution of land, wealth and power. Learn more and sign up here. Contact Julia Masters for more info.
SIGN UP FOR ORGANIC FARMING AND FOOD SYSTEMS PRACTICUM SUMMER COURSES – NEW ENTRY SUSTAINABLE FARMING PROJECT/TUFTS UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
If you’re interested in starting your own farm business but need to learn technical skills to get started, the Crop Production Workshop Series is for you! There are three 5-week long workshops in the series. Click on the link above for more details and to enroll. (NOTE: Due to COVID-19 NUTR 0105: Spring Preparation, will currently be offered online only on Tuesday from 4:00-5:30. On-farm learning opportunities will take place on Sunday afternoons for remaining workshops once shelter-in-place restrictions are removed.)
- NUTR 0106: Organic Farming and Food Systems Practicum 2: Summer Management (6/30/20—7/28/20)
- NUTR 0107: Organic Farming and Food Systems Practicum 3: Fall Harvest (8/11/20—9/8/20)
FREE STUDENT MEMBERSHIPS IN 2020 – ASSOCIATION OF PEDESTRIAN AND BICYCLE PROFESSIONALS
The Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP) is proud to be the community of practitioners working to create more walkable, bikeable streets, trails, and places. We foster peer knowledge sharing, advance technical expertise, and support the professional development of our members. APBP student membership has always been offered at a discounted rate to better enable those who are younger or still learning the opportunity to be part of the organization at a more affordable rate. But this year, we are excited to be offering complimentary student membership for 12-months. This is a $30 savings for all those currently enrolled in a university program. Interested students can sign up using our online membership form and plugging in discount code STU2020.
OPEN SEATS FOR ECOLOGY, BIOTECHNOLOGY AND SUSTAINABILITY CLASS – TUFTS UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY
This fall the course, Food for All: Ecology, Biotechnology and Sustainability (Bio185/ DHP D250/Nutr 241) will be held on Monday afternoon from 1:30 to 4:15. There is a section for graduate students that still has seats open! If you are interested in this course, register for this course on SIS and please contact professor Colin Orians at Colin.Orians@tufts.edu.
TUFTS INTELLECTUAL COMMONS LAUNCHES – TUFTS OFFICE OF SCHOLAR DEVELOPMENT
The Tufts Office of Scholar Development has created a site Intellectual Commons, that will hopefully create a space for the Tufts community to share ideas and resources, and to celebrate themselves and each other. The website features a few main areas:
- A landing page featuring essays by faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates exploring how their research/intellectual work helps them understand the current crisis.
- A “research” section that will feature student research, including the online version of the Undergraduate Research Symposium, as well as links to other symposia and research events at Tufts.
- An “events” section hosting links to different Tufts events: virtual talks, roundtables, etc., as well as social events like Netflix group watches, online discussion groups, etc.
- A “shared resources” section with links to different campus resources offering support in this time
- A section called “joy” where we are sharing memes, TV recommendations—anything that’s helping us get by and find joy
OPPORTUNITY FOR WOMEN IN ENERGY TO ENROLL IN FREE ONLINE COURSES – FLORENCE SCHOOL OF REGULATION
The annual Lights on Women scholarship aims to support motivated early- or mid-career women in their professional advancement with new or strengthened capabilities by providing free access to one of the FSR online courses (of their choice) starting in Autumn 2020. FSR offers online training courses on a wide variety of key energy regulation and policy topics which will provide you with the technical knowledge needed to take advantage of employment and leadership opportunities. The flexibility provided by FSR’s online courses will allow selected candidates to follow the lessons at their own pace, so to balance learning with other professional and personal commitments. All FSR online courses adopt interactive tools, group projects and live activities to enhance the learning experience. You will have the chance to collaborate and network with global participants and a world-renowned faculty while gaining the knowledge and skills needed to boost your career.
DATA & ANALYTICS LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES – TUFTS UNIVERSITY
Tufts Initiative for Data and Analytics Learning (TIDAL) will be offering a very exciting set of training opportunities in data and computing sciences, with contributions from several units – DISC, TTS and Data Lab, CTSA and many others. All courses are available to Tufts faculty, staff and students. These skills are increasingly essential in most fields of study and we hope that you will be able to take advantage of these during this enforced break to enhance your skills and improve your productivity. We request you to register for classes you intend to attend and only the classes you intend to attend. The classes are being offered at no cost to you or your unit though please make appropriate arrangements with your supervisors as needed. Classes will be all “zoomed” – some will be live taught while others will be asynchronous with video materials and instruction support with TA like support and Office hours. All classes will be coordinated and supported by DISC. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
Tufts Campus Events
Off Campus Events
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
COMMUNITY RESILIENCE AT CONTAMINATED FLOOD SITES INTERNSHIP – U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (EPA)
Research Triangle Park, NC
Recent published studies have shown that high-flow events can induce undesired transport of contaminated sediments into surrounding areas (e.g., rivers, water reservoirs, private wells, etc.) and result in elevated levels of contaminants in the vicinity of contaminated sites. This research project takes a systems approach to assess flood and climate vulnerabilities on United States contaminated sites, with a particular focus on Superfund sites in EPA regions and the nearby communities. Deadline to apply is August 12. The research participant may be involved in
- Researching developing flood vulnerability indicators for contaminated sites
- A social science approach to integrate communities’ needs and contaminated site managers’ requirements into functional indicators
- Applying statistical analysis to weigh relative importance of physical, social and health criteria in framing the indicators
- Using Agile, Human-Centered Design, to learn how to develop communication materials for stakeholders
SUSTAINABLE ENERGY POLICY AND MARKETS INTERNSHIP – SD STRATEGIES
SD Strategies is a policy and communications consultancy. We focus on issues at the intersection of economic and social development, energy, and the environment. SD Strategies is currently seeking a highly motivated individual to pursue a 3-month, full-time internship starting 1 September 2020. The intern will be based at our headquarters in Berlin, Germany. Please submit your application by email to firstname.lastname@example.org including: 1) A cover letter indicating your time availability and detailing your motivation to join us as an intern; 2) Your CV; and 3) Two writing samples.
COMMUNICATIONS INTERNSHIP: ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE – COLLABORATING FOR RESILIENCE
Want to build solutions addressing climate change, biodiversity loss, water scarcity and land degradation? Eager to learn how multi-stakeholder dialogue can transform governance to get at the roots of environmental resource conflict, poverty and vulnerability? This is a part-time, unpaid internship suitable for current graduate students and recent graduates. You will work with a dynamic group of experts spread across diverse geographies. Interns will work at CoRe’s office at the Open Gov Hub in downtown Washington DC, which hosts a range of organizations working on democratic governance, citizen engagement and social justice. Remote appointments will be considered for exceptionally well-qualified candidates.
ORISE FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITY – U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
The participant will be in the Program Development and Jurisdiction Branch, which is responsible for developing and administering EPA wetland policies and science-based wetland analysis pursuant to the Clean Water Act (CWA) through a blend of programmatic, policy and technical activities including rule-making and state and tribal program development. Deadline to apply is August 17.
FRESHWATER RESEARCH INTERN – WORLD WIDE FUND FOR NATURE (WWF)
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Freshwater Research Intern to undertake an assessment of basin health report cards in order to review and compile basin health indicators and associated methods for data analysis. The intern will assess the 300+ indicators that have been used and are being used in basin health report cards over the last twenty years.
WATER JUSTICE INTERN – BLUE ACCESS LLC
Blue Access LLC works at the intersection of water and capital. By collaborating with community members to understand local water issues, we invest in locally-driven solutions to ensure water security. Blue Access currently seeks a full-time intern for the summer of 2020 to work on priority issues in water and social impact investing, including identifying and addressing water quality and access issues in rural, underserved communities domestically and globally.
INTERNSHIP: WATER QUALITY – COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
The purpose of the Youth Internship Program for Natural Resources is to employ and expose students and recent graduates to natural resource careers within Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW). The selected candidate will experience a variety of learning experiences (i.e. ride along with officers, wildlife surveys, educational activities, seminars, trainings) and a gain a broader understanding of CPW and its various careers. This position is a great experience for those wanting to pursue a career as a District Wildlife Manager, Park Ranger, or Wildlife/Conservation Biologist. This program requires you to be a current student or a recent graduate (within 3 years).
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – TERRACORPS/WOONASQUATUCKET RIVER WATERSHED COUNCIL (WRWC)
TerraCorps is an AmeriCorps affiliated start-up environmental non-profit preparing and mobilizing emerging leaders to help communities gain access to and conserve land for people and nature. Working at the intersection of the land conservation and urban agriculture movements, TerraCorp’s vision is to create a future where land is the foundation of health and well-being for ALL people in EVERY community. TerraCorps Members will serve in full-time, 11-month terms (August 31st, 2020-July 30, 2021) in which they complete at least 1,700 hours of service with one of our partner organizations. Members receive a living allowance, education award, and additional AmeriCorps benefits. Multiple positions are available:
- Community Engagement Coordinator
- Community Engagement Coordinator/ Youth Education Coordinator
- Land Stewardship Coordinator
The internship offers learning opportunities in data analysis and visualization to aid urban planning. The intern will be working on a project on equitable access to opportunities via active modes of transport such as walking and biking.
SPECIAL PROJECTS INTERN – MALDEN NEIGHBORS HELPING NEIGHBORS
Mutual Aid in Malden is a group of Malden residents dedicated to assisting our neighbors in the current crisis and beyond. An opening for a special projects intern is available, contact UEP alum Barbara Kim for more details.
COMMUNICATIONS/MEDIA INTERNSHIP – BUILD REPAIR GROW
Build Repair Grow is a new nonprofit program in Massachusetts that teaches young people hands-on, practical skills in growing food, cooking, repairing bikes, sewing, and basic carpentry while developing increased resiliency, critical thinking, and problem-solving techniques through project-based learning. Build Repair Grow is seeking a Communications/Media Intern for Summer 2020. Responsibilities include managing online video tutorials, recruiting instructors to record themselves teaching, maintaining communication and supporting instructors on video topics and content, etc. This internship starts at 20 hours per week. This is a remote position that will work closely with the Executive Director, Program Staff, and Board of Directors. For more information and to apply, please see the attached document.
CLEAN ENERGY INTERNSHIP PROGRAM – NYSERDA
Up to $9 million is being made available over approximately 6 to 7 years to enhance the talent pipeline through meaningful clean energy internships to students or as described above. Funding is allocated on a first-come first-served basis to businesses that register, perform eligibility checks, and get all completed materials in to NYSERDA. Funding will be allocated until it is exhausted or until the submission deadline. Interns can work a maximum of 18 hours per week for any time the students are attending school full time. Intern wages that will be reimbursed can range from the NYS minimum wage at the time of hire to up to $17.00 per hour. Eligible businesses can hire as many interns as they can use in a meaningful internship experience, but each internship will be approved on a case-by-case basis.
CLEAN ENERGY INTERN (PAID) – WINROCK INTERNATIONAL
Are you passionate about clean energy, a great writer with critical thinking skills, and looking to get started working in international development? If so, we want you on our team! We are seeking an intern who can work part-time or full-time for at least 6 months. We work on off-grid solar applications for rural smallholders, including solar water pumps and solar chillers; and access to energy in developing countries, including solar home/business/school systems, and solar mini-grids. We need an intern to help us with everything from proposal research and writing to implementing our current projects. Contact: David Rousseau (David.Rousseau@winrock.org)
PROGRAM ASSISTANT I, SCHOLAR DEVELOPMENT – TUFTS OFFICE OF SCHOLAR DEVELOPMENT
The Office of Scholar Development assists students as they pursue independent research opportunities, both at Tufts and after they graduate. We are currently hiring two full-year program assistants. This position is part-time and very flexible. For most of the year, the time commitment is between 10 and 15 hours per week, with an increase in September and early October. Must be a currently enrolled graduate student.
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.
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 email@example.com.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “YOUR NAME – Internship Application.”
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.
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – GATES VENTURES/BREAKTHROUGH ENERGY
EMERGING TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM COORDINATOR – MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
$53,055.60 – $75,629.06
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – ENEL X NORTH AMERICA
SENIOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGER – GREIF
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – MICROSOFT
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – TEXAS WATER DEVELOPMENT BOARD
Austin, TX or Remote
$3,520.34 – $4,500.00 monthly; $3,520.34 – $4,355.00 monthly
COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR – ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH STRATEGY CENTER
Portland, ME or Remote
PROJECT ORGANIZER (PART-TIME) – HUNTINGTON MOBILIZATION FOR SUSTAINABILITY
DATA ANALYTICS CONSULTANT – OPINION DYNAMICS
RESEARCH FELLOW, BOSTON INDICATORS – THE BOSTON FOUNDATION
SENIOR ANALYST – ENERGY FUTURES GROUP
FINANCIAL ANALYST – LONGROAD ENERGY
CLIMATE SCIENCE ASSOCIATE – EUROPEAN CLIMATE FOUNDATION
ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE PROGRAM OFFICER – NAMATI
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY RESOURCES
$48,478.04-$139,981.24; $73,037.12-$105,539.72; $58,390.54-$83,591.56
VICE PRESIDENT OF PROGRAMS – CHESAPEAKE CONSERVANCY
PROGRAM DIRECTOR (ENVIRONMENT) – MARGARET A. CARGILL PHILANTHROPIES
Eden Prairie, MN
DIRECTOR (SUSTAINABILITY) – CONSUMER REPORTS
PLANNING AND CONSERVATION MANAGER – LAKES ENVIRONMENTAL ASSOCIATION
SENIOR TRANSPORTATION PLANNER – MASCO (MEDICAL ACADEMIC AND SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION)
DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS AND PARTNERSHIPS – UNION CAPITAL BOSTON
$70,000 (first year)
PARKS FOR PEOPLE PROGRAM MANAGER – THE TRUST FOR PUBLIC LAND
FT ASSISTANT PLANNING DIRECTOR – CITY OF BEVERLY
Starts at $59,271.00
DEPUTY DIRECTOR – THE REDFORD CENTER
San Francisco, CA
Deadline to apply is August 15
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – NEIGHBOR TO NEIGHBOR EDUCATION FUND
Worcester, MA & Springfield, MA
- Central/Eastern Massachusetts Regional Field Coordinator
- Western Massachusetts Regional Field Coordinator
Menlo Park, CAPROGRAM COORDINATOR – SAVE THE RIVER
PROGRAM OFFICER – VERRA
$52,000 – $57,000
SENIOR ENERGY ANALYST – ASCEND ANALYTICS
SUSTAINABILITY AND RESILIENCE POLICY DIRECTOR – SPUR
San Francisco, CA
New York, NY | San Francisco, CA or Washington, D.C.
SUSTAINABILITY MANAGER, PROGRAMS, OPERATIONS, AND ENGAGEMENT – FACEBOOK
SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER – ENERGY EFFICIENCY POLICY/CODES & STANDARDS SPECIALIST – ENERGY SOLUTIONS
ACCOUNT MANAGER & OUTREACH SPECIALIST – ENERGY 350
PROJECT MANAGER (17 ROOMS) – BROOKINGS INSTITUTION
DIRECTOR OF LAND AND WATER CONSERVATION – INTERNATIONAL CRANE FOUNDATION
PRINCIPAL ASSOCIATE (ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION) – ABT ASSOCIATES
$9,489.00 – $10,776.00 monthlyPROJECT MANAGER: ENERGY, WATER & SOLAR RETROFITS – BRIGHT POWER, INC.
San Francisco, CA
Cambridge, MA or virtual
$40,000 – $42,000
Contact: Leah Field
Contact: John DurantSENIOR REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT MANAGER – CODMAN SQUARE NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
Cambridge, MA or Remote
$63,780.86 – $92,381.90
- Manager of Grant Programs
- Community Grants Program Administrator
- Civil Engineer V
- Manager of Transit Planning
$35,247.68 – 100,907.45; $78,417.56 – 111,076.16; $73,962.72 – 103,626.38
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, POLICY AND GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS – WORLD WILDLIFE FUND
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CITY OF BOSTON
PROGRAM ASSISTANT – BOSTON AREA RESEARCH INITIATIVE (NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY)
DEVELOPMENT ANALYST – VESTAS
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR – RSF SOCIAL FINANCE
San Francisco, CA or Remote
INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGNER – EMERITUS
PROJECT LEADER FOR A CLIMATE REGISTRY – CLIMATE ACTION SYSTEMS (CAS)
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – 2050 PARTNERS
- Consultant – Energy Efficiency Program Management
- Senior Consultant – Standards & Test Procedure Advocacy Strategic Lead
NATIONAL WATER RESOURCES MARKET SECTOR LEADER – AECOM
GIS INDUSTRY SOLUTIONS MANAGER (WATER) – ESRI
HOUSING SPECIALIST & MEDIATOR – JUST A START
SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER – SOMERVILLE COMMUNITY CORPORATION
DIRECTOR, WATER RISK – CERES
COMMUNITY PLANNER (TRANSPORTATION) – FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION MASSACHUSETTS DIVISION
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – POWERHOUSE
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER – DT GLOBAL
DIRECTOR, NEW BOSTON UNIVERSITY SUSTAINABILITY RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOCUSED ON ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT – BOSTON UNIVERSITY
GIS TECHNICAN – BOSTON REGIONAL MPO
$16.50 – $18.00 Hourly
GIS APPLICATION SUPPORT ANALYST – HANCOCK NATURAL RESOURCE GROUP
STAFF ENVIRONMENTAL GIS SPECIALIST – ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
PROGRAM COORDINATOR, POLITICAL AFFAIRS – ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE FUND
St. Petersburg, FL
RESEARCH ASSOCIATE. WPC – PUBLIC POLICY INSTITUTE OF CALIFORNIA
San Francisco, CA
EASTERN TRAIL EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – EASTERN TRAIL ALLIANCE
SENIOR ENERGY ANALYST – ASCEND ANALYTICS
SOLAR PROJECT ASSOCIATE – RADIAN GENERATION
POLITICAL DIRECTOR – CENTER FOR ECONOMIC DEMOCRACY
$70,000 – $90,000
ASSISTANT (PROGRAM TEAM) – CERES
NATURAL RESOURCES PROJECT MANAGER – SWCA ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS
SENIOR REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT MANAGER – CODMAN SQUARE NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
FOREIGN SERVICE EDUCATION OFFICER – USAID
$56,728 to $111,493
CLIMATE AND CLEAN ENERGY OUTREACH COORDINATOR – CITY OF BOSTON
RESEARCH ASSISTANT III – HARVARD UNIVERSITY JOINT CENTER OF HOUSING STUDIES
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – OFFICE OF ENTERPRISE DATA AND ANALYTICS, EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION
Washington, D.C. (Remote work possible)
- Statistician, Data Development and Information Products Division
- Statistician, Data Analytics Division
$59,534 to $77,396; $59,534 to $77,396
Contact: Teresa Dargan
DEVELOPMENT PROJECT MANAGER – THE COMMUNITY BUILDERS
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – PROJECT DRAWDOWN
Contact: Catherine Foster
350 MASSACHUSETTS DIGITAL ORGANIZER & COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST – BETTER FUTURE PROJECT
$38,000 – $45,000
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – THE MOBILITY INNOVATION HUB
Boston or Cambridge, MA
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – SOMERVILLE COMMUNITY CORPORATION
DIRECTOR OF CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS – ELEMENTAL EXCELERATOR
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – NORTHERN BORDER REGIONAL COMMISSION
ME, NH, NY or VT
Contact (both positions): Rich Grogan
$80,000 – $100,000
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR — BROOKLINE HOUSING AUTHORITY
SENIOR MANAGER, FLOOD-PREPARED COMMUNITIES – PEW CHARITABLE TRUSTS
URBAN DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST – CITY OF AUBURN
PUBLIC INFORMATION MANAGER — ECOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
CONTROLLER — MASSACHUSETTS SERVICE ALLIANCE
WETLAND SCIENTIST — SWCA ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS
ASSOCIATE REAL ESTATE DIRECTOR — URBAN EDGE
MULTIPLE POSITIONS — NUESTRA COMUNIDAD