Environmental Actions Weekly Round-Up

Jobs and Internships:

  • Solar Energy International is seeking a Marketing and Communications Manager based in Colorado with frequent travel to Paonia, Colorado (15-20 trips per year). The Marketing and Communications Manager will generate content for SEI’s various outreach mediums. The Manager will work throughout the training season and in the offseason to create relevant content from students, staff and alumni to share across various SEI marketing mediums. Additionally, the Manager will work as a member of the marketing team to be the primary marketing contact for SEI’s Middle East Program. Additionally, the Marketing Manager will work with SEI Programa Hispano to help ensure an aligned marketing strategy for all programs and services. Starting pay is $17/hour. Applications are due September 15. Solar Energy International
  • Jefferson County Open Space is seeking an Open Space Project Manager in Golden, Colorado. This person will be collaborating with other team members. The Project Manager is someone who has experience in engineering, construction, and architecture. We are looking for someone who is dynamic, passionate, mission oriented, and a team player. The ideal candidate will be someone who has experience in civil design, construction and someone who has proven prior experience handling large and complex projects. The salary range for this position is $55,612.09-70,905.42. Applications are due September 17. Jefferson County Open Space
  • American Conservation Experience is seeking a National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Survey Logistics Coordinator in Fort Collins, Colorado. This is a full-time, temporary, salaried position. The National Visitor Survey Logistics Coordinator will provide logistical support in the implementation of a multi-year nationwide survey of visitors to national wildlife refuges. Specific work will entail communication, logistical planning, and project and team coordination to develop sampling schedules that ensure an adequate sample of completed questionnaires to generalize the results to the population of visitors for each refuge. Salary is $41,600 per year. Applications are due September 19. American Conservation Experience
  • US Geological Survey is seeking a Research Ecologist in Fort Collins, Colorado. The mission of the Fort Collins Science Center (FORT) is to develop, integrate, and provide the ecological knowledge necessary to understand the causes and consequences of environmental change in order to improve the management of natural resources in western landscapes and the nation. Scientists in the Center take the lead role in designing, securing funding for, and conducting research on ecosystem processes, components, and functions, with emphasis on Department of Interior lands, but extending nationally and internationally as appropriate. Since its beginning Science Center staff have worked closely with land managers from various federal, state, and non-governmental organizations to answer relevant research questions and have worked together with land management partners toward creative solutions to pressing environmental issues. Principal investigators have wide latitude in designing and conducting research projects, and communicating results. The salary range for this position is $96,856-125,910 per year. Application deadline is September 20. US Geological Survey
  • Conservation Colorado is seeking a Development Director in Denver. The Development Director is a key part of the executive team raising the necessary money so we can continue to grow and win our campaigns. As Conservation Colorado’s staff and budget have grown, creating new & innovative fundraising strategies for Conservation Colorado (a 501(c)(4)), Conservation Colorado Education Fund (a 501(c)(3)), and our various political committees, has become more critical. This position oversees a team of three and reports to the Executive Director and has these areas of responsibility: Individual, Corporate & Foundation Fundraising; Strategy, Planning, & Budget Development; Team & Board Management. The salary range for this position is $90k-117k. Applications are due October 1. Conservation Colorado
  • Great Old Broads for Wilderness is seeking a Climate Education and Stewardship Program Manager. The Climate Education & Stewardship (CES) Program Manager plays a key role in developing the program’s curriculum and educational, stewardship, and ecological restoration goals to increase public understanding of the essential value of healthy public lands and the climate protection role of natural habitats, such as old growth forests, wetlands, coastal areas, and grasslands; Train and inspire communities to spearhead the restoration and stewardship of public lands to encourage natural resilience to climate impacts, prevent ecosystem degradation, and mitigate greenhouse gas emissions. Salary ranges from $46-50k, depending on experience. Benefits include 10 paid holidays, 3 weeks paid personal time off, health leave, group health insurance with fixed employer contribution, Simple IRA with employer match, cell phone reimbursement, and other benefits to be discussed. Position open until filled. Anticipated start date is October 1. Great Old Broads for Wilderness
  • Conservation Colorado is hiring a Digital Engagement Coordinator in Denver. Now more than ever activism happens online. Conservation Colorado is committed to a  visionary digital strategy to mobilize our members, reach new audiences, develop racially diverse community leaders, influence decision makers, and ultimately protect Colorado’s environment and people. This position reports to the Digital Director and is responsible for taking our social media, digital advertising, and online organizing strategies to the next level of effectiveness. Although this position is not a content creator, the Digital Engagement Coordinator is responsible for ensuring that our content is most effectively presented and distributed to maximize engagement on digital channels. The salary range for this position is $36k-45k. Applications are due October 11. Conservation Colorado
  • Sierra Club is hiring an Associate Attorney to join its national legal team as a litigator for Sierra Club’s Environmental Law Program in Oakland, CA, Washington DC, or Denver, CO. Under the supervision of a Managing Attorney, the Associate Attorney would serve as a legal resource for Sierra Club campaigns; litigate environmental, energy, and transportation cases; help design and implement legal strategies; and coordinate with campaign staff, coalition partners, and outside counsel. The salary range for this position is $72k – 95k commensurate with experience and location (not listed, but confirmed with a representative). The position is open until filled. Sierra Club
  • Mothers Out Front is seeking a Community Organizer for the Denver Area. Mothers Out Front seeks a talented and passionate organizer located either in Aurora or Denver to join our team and help build a diverse and powerful movement of mothers, grandmothers, and caregivers stepping up in big ways to take action on climate change. We are growing passionate volunteer-led teams across Colorado advocating for a swift transition away from fossil fuels towards clean and renewable energy and are committed to deepening and expanding this critical movement. As a Colorado community organizer, you will work to build community teams who carry out effective local campaigns. You will help us focus resources in those communities who suffer the injustices of climate change and fossil fuel use today and have been historically marginalized. The salary range for this position is $40k – 51,500 depending on experience. This position is open until filled. Mothers Out Front
  • The Wilderness Society is hiring a Director of Campaigns, Energy & Climate Program in Denver, Colorado. The Director of Campaigns is joining the organization at a critical moment in its development. They will shape and lead advocacy efforts for TWS’ Energy & Climate Program to defend wild and sacred places from development and to manage public lands as part of a national climate solution. The Director helps define program goals and oversees development and execution of campaigns to achieve them. This includes leading teams to define campaign strategy and directly overseeing campaign budgets for organizational priorities in the energy and climate space. The salary range for this position is $85k-95k per year. Position open until filled. The Wilderness Society
  • Highlands Ranch Metro District is seeking a Forestry Technician I. Principal duties include; pruning large and small trees using rope and saddle/aerial lift truck; tree planting; integrated pest management; tree removal; hazard tree evaluations; maintaining tree inventories; supervision of temporary staff; snow removal; flexibility to assist other Park and Open Space crews as needed. Applicants must have the ability to work in a strong team environment. Starting rate of pay is $19.17/hour. Position open until filled. Highlands Ranch Metro District
  • Sierra Club is seeking a Senior Campaign Representative (Beyond Dirty Fuels) in Denver, New Mexico, or Texas. The Senior Campaign Representative plans and implements the strategies and activities of the Beyond Dirty Fuels campaign to challenge the gas industry, specifically focused on fighting gas pipelines, as a means to building a movement to keep fossil fuels in the ground, combat climate change, and support the U.S. transition to clean energy. The Senior Campaign Representative has overall program responsibility, and provides experienced leadership and strategic planning to challenge the rapidly expanding gas pipeline infrastructure in the U.S,. Coordinates with Sierra Club capacities, including communications, digital strategy, federal policy, organizing and chapters to ensure strategic alignment of the campaign goals and effective execution of the campaign plan. Manages and monitors campaign resources and expenses. Creates and executes campaign plans and revises as appropriate to meet changing needs and requirements; Represents the Sierra Club to government officials, allies, the media, other organizations, and the public. Compensation is $65k – 70k per year (not listed, but confirmed with a representative), plus medical, dental, vision, and life insurance plans, a 401k retirement savings plan, a flexible work schedule, generous paid time off (vacation, sick, and holiday time), and a long-term disability plan. Position open until filled. Sierra Club

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