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City of BoulderSustainability Data AnalystUnder limited supervision, this position is responsible for scoping, developing, recommending, implementing and managing data systems to support the city's Climate Action Plan (CAP) and Zero Waste goals. This position will structure and manage the collection, storage, analysis and reporting of the city's sustainability data.
Western Resource AdvocatesYouth and Stewardship Projects CoordinatorWildlands Restoration Volunteers seeks a Youth and Stewardship Projects Coordinator who is passionate about empowering youth and WRV’s mission. The Youth and Stewardship Projects Coordinator will help WRV reach our goal of inspiring the next generation of land stewards. Through our Youth Program we partner with diverse local groups to provide education, leadership training, and restoration programs, connecting youth with environmental education, community engagement and volunteerism. Our program provides meaningful experiences in nature for local youth, helping young people build a relationship with nature and the self-confidence and motivation to make an impact on their community. The Youth and Stewardship Projects Coordinator will support the development of our Youth Program by facilitating fieldbased volunteer stewardship projects, crafting hands-on educational experiences, training and empowering youth as leaders in the community, and ensuring that WRV remains an inclusive space for all. This position will also engage adult volunteers by managing stewardship and restoration projects for volunteers of all ages. As our programming continues to grow, expand, and develop new initiatives, we are seeking someone who can help maximize these opportunities.
GrowHausDirector of OperationsThe Director of Operations is responsible for seamlessly running the internal operations of the organization. They manage The GrowHaus building facilities, support and supervise staff, and work closely with the Executive Director to ensure that The GrowHaus is a safe, productive, and inspiring place to work. The Director of Operations is a problem solver. They are the person GrowHaus staff will go to for help when they or their supervisor are not able to solve the issue on their own. The Director of Operations responds to and supports the daily needs of our building, our staff, and our programs so that everyone at The GrowHaus can effectively do their jobs. A successful Director of Operations will be someone who is detail-oriented, observant, good at communicating with a diverse group of people in English and Spanish, and able to delegate tasks or ask for help when needed.
GoFarmMarketing and Community Relations (MCR) ManagerThe Marketing and Community Relations (MCR) Manager is primarily responsible for managing GoFarm’s marketing, and community outreach and partnerships. The MCR Manager is responsible for developing a strategic marketing plan that meets revenue expectations and other metrics through the development and use of print collateral, website, social media, fundraising event planning and logistics, public relations/media relation and brand development. In the scope of Community Relations, the MCR Manager is responsible for developing a strategic plan focused on community engagement and developing relationships with stakeholders, donors, and volunteers; identifying advocates and community engagement opportunities. Additionally, the MCR Manager will be responsible for messaging of GoFarm’s mission and programs. Fosters teamwork, open communication, and effective customer service.
Eco-CycleDirector of Business Zero Waste ServicesEco-Cycle, one of the oldest and largest non-profit recycling organizations in the nation and a leader in resource conservation and Zero Waste, seeks an experienced manager to join our team of Eco-Cycle Directors to lead our business services department. This department provides hauling services for recycling and composting in businesses, as well as trainings, consulting, audits and other services in support of local businesses creating and achieving Zero Waste goals. This is a full-time position with benefits.
Rocky Mountain College of Art and DesignAdjunct Faculty | Environmental Studies | On-Campus & OnlineRocky Mountain College of Art and Design seeks qualified applicants for the position of adjunct faculty for Environmental Studies On-Campus & Online. RMCAD is a small, premier college certified by HLC and NSAD offering degrees in fine and applied arts. RMCAD’s online program consists of eight-week courses offered monthly.
Western Resource AdvocatesEmail and Digital Marketing Specialist with WRAWRA seeks an experienced Digital Engagement Manager to be an essential part of our growing and dynamic Communications Team. Reporting to the Communications Director, the Digital Engagement Manager will be part of a three-person communications team working closely with WRA’s Development Team to cultivate our base of supporters, grow our email list, and ensure that our web site is an effective advocacy tool and continually updated. The Communications Team is responsible for increasing the visibility and leadership of WRA, helping support digital fundraising, growing our constituent base, and using engagement and marketing strategies to further our programmatic goals. The candidate should have two or more years of experience in email outreach for community engagement, email database management, and web site management and possess excellent writing and communication skills.
Impact is a team of organizers, working on behalf of groups like PIRG and Environment America.
Our partner groups have researchers, policy analysts and lobbyists who work together for that better future. But, as you can imagine, research and lobbying are not always enough to get things done in American politics. It often takes organizers. And when it’s crunch time on a high-priority campaign, that’s when the Impact team moves in.
Climate Reality ProjectSpring Climate Reality International InternshipCloses: 1/5/18 The Climate Reality Project offers an unpaid internship program to qualified candidates in several areas of interest including communications, grassroots organizing and development. Every Climate Reality intern is assigned an intern mentor who is responsible for ensuring that the intern experience is educational and rewarding. The overall objective is for the intern to gain as much knowledge and experience as possible while working with the organization.

The Climate Reality Project’s International Department is responsible for managing 10 branch offices in Africa, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Europe, India, Indonesia, Mexico and the Philippines. We are currently looking for a sharp intern to assist in Spring 2018.
Independent Power SystemsCommercial Solar Sales ConsultantSales Associates are responsible for overseeing the entire sales process from initial contact through job completion and commissioning. Responsibilities include lead generation, site evaluation, drafting proposals and contracts, presentation and closing. Sales consultant should be personable, detail-oriented, ambitious, and capable of efficiently working within IPS’ sales process and collaborating with both internal and external resources to get to final contract.
NORESCOAssociate Sustainability ConsultantWe have an immediate need for an Associate Sustainability Consultant in Boulder, CO to join our Sustainable Services Team.
Here’s a look at the responsibilities of this position:
- Provide general support services on sustainable design services
- Provide detailed information, memorandums and USGBC reference material to various clients (building owners, architects, engineers) regarding project specific LEED credit requirements
- Assemble, catalogue, copy and organize specific LEED documentation material
- Review and consult on LEED templates and calculators to be included in LEED documentation
- Review and prepare general submittal documentation for USGBC official LEED Certification
- Review architectural, mechanical and electrical plans and specifications, LEED calculations, and project submittals
- Prepare tasklists, scorecards, credit updates and memoranda to keep various members of the Design Team informed about project timelines and LEED status
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Volunteer Thornton - Water AmbassadorVolunteerAmbassadors help spread the water conservation message and inform neighbors about Thornton's conservation programs. Water Ambassadors must be at least 16 years of age with an interest in water conservation and willingness to learn about The City’s water efficiency campaign and programs to help customers save water.
Ambassadors choose from a variety of activities that spark their interest: talking with water customers at City sponsored events, sharing information about Thornton's water conservation programs with neighbors and friends, presenting water conservation topics at local schools, volunteering at the Thornton Fire Station 5 water-wise garden, looking for water waste and offering solutions to stop the waste, sharing water efficiency messaging on social media sites, providing feedback on Thornton's current and future water conservation programs, and testing new water efficient products and reporting your observations.
Butterfly Pavillion - Horticulture AssistantVolunteerHelp care for the Butterfly Pavilion’s tropical, garden and native plants in our indoor and outdoor exhibits! In our exhibits, volunteers ensure that our plant collections provide healthy habitats for our invertebrates on display, creating an excellent visitor experience. And outside the pavilion, volunteers help gardens and nature trails thrive, providing food and shelter for a number of native animal species.
The Fruit Tree Planting FoundationVolunteerWe are seeking an experienced volunteer educator to join our team as we travel around the country and world planting trees and teaching important lessons on food and the environment to students of all ages. You will join FTPF's Executive Director, Programs Manager, Arborists, and Volunteers in administering our Fruit Tree 101 programs.
Wild Bear Nature CenterVolunteerWe have an ongoing need for Nature Center volunteers. This role has a lot of flexibility with how much or how little you are wanting to take on. We can especially use support with greeting visitors, helping organize & maintaining facility, answering questions regarding Wild Bear, answering questions regarding exhibits. We are happy to have someone performing this role alone. Important side tasks that a person can take on (with respect to experience) include: clerical tasks, designing & creating exhibits, cleaning, prepping materials for the classroom, cataloging materials and books, and self-motivated and self-developed projects with staff approval.
IntercambioVolunteerIntercambio is a local nonprofit organization dedicated to fostering interaction between immigrants and non-immigrants in the community. After a comprehensive training provided by our organization, we match volunteers with adult ESL students for either group (at public locations) or one-on-one (at students' homes) classes based on their schedules, preferences and language levels. Teaching experience or Spanish language skills are NOT necessary and we provide all the necessary materials for a successful experience. Volunteers are expected to meet with their student(s) twice a week for 2 hours each session for a period of one year. (Some group classes may have a commitment period of 10 weeks.)
Growing GardensVolunteerVolunteer to help both in the office or on the farm. We also take volunteer groups if people want to do a team building day!
Boulder County Parks & Open SpaceYouth Corps Field CoordinatorAfter another successful season of parks, trails, and open space projects, Boulder County Parks and Open Space is preparing for 2018! They're hiring a Youth Corps Field Coordinator. The Field Coordinator plays an integral role in planning, executing, and evaluating the Youth Corps Program. The Program gives youth the chance to learn valuable skills while making extra money during the summer. EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: Applicants must have a bachelor's degree in environmental studies, resource management, public administration, education, or a related field; six months experience in parks, trails, & open space work; and six months of experience working with youth (middle school and older). Please note: This job opportunity has other requirements. See the job announcement for full details.