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California Program Coordinator
Mattress Recycling Council
Mattress Recycling Council is hiring a California Program Coordinator. Successful candidates will join an outstanding team dedicated to expanding mattress recycling in the state. This is a remote position, however applicants must reside in Northern California and be comfortable with regional travel. View the posting at the link.
Link: https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?jk=123f879876f39775
Recycling Program Specialist I
City of Oakland
Are you searching for a fulfilling career that allows you to make a difference and have a positive impact on the local community? Look no further! The City of Oakland's Public Works Department, Environmental Services Division, is seeking motivated and passionate individuals to join our dynamic team as a Recycling Program Specialist I.

We are recruiting for both the Recycling Program Specialist I, and Recycling Program Specialist II positions. If you would like to be considered for both positions, you must submit separate applications for each recruitment. Please see our separate Whova job listing for the Recycling Program Specialist II position.

Minimum Requirements and Desirable Qualifications are listed here. Please follow the link attached to this post for full job details.

Any combination of education and experience that is equivalent to the following minimum qualifications may be acceptable:

Education:

A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in environmental science/studies, waste management, public or business administration or a related field.

Experience:

None required. Previous experience providing administrative support and/or technical assistance to environmental projects including outreach materials, survey work, research and analysis, tracking and monitoring deliverables, and coordination of special events is highly desirable.

Desirable Qualifications but Not Required to Apply:
Customer service experience
Experience working with interns
Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oaklandca/jobs/4134226-0/recycling-program-specialist-i
Recycling Program Specialist II
City of Oakland
Are you searching for a fulfilling career that allows you to make a difference and have a positive impact on the local community? Look no further! The City of Oakland's Public Works Department, Environmental Services Division, is seeking motivated and passionate individuals to join our dynamic team as a Recycling Program Specialist II.

We are recruiting for both the Recycling Program Specialist I, and Recycling Program Specialist II positions. If you would like to be considered for both positions, you must submit separate applications for each recruitment. Please see our separate Whova job listing for Recycling Program Specialist I.

Please follow the link attached to this post for full job details.

Minimum Requirements:

Education:

A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in environmental science/studies, waste management, public or business administration or a related field.

Experience:

Two (2) years of progressively responsible experience in planning, organizing, developing, and implementing environmental and/or recycling programs.

License or Certificate / Other Requirements:

Valid California Driver’s License throughout the tenure of employment OR demonstrate the ability to travel to various locations in a timely manner as required in the performance of duties.

Desirable Qualifications but Not Required to Apply:
Zero Waste Principles & Practices Certification (by California Resource Recovery Association / Solid Waste Association of North America)
Experience with overseeing interns

Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oaklandca/jobs/4134228-0/recycling-program-specialist-ii
Waste Diversion and Recycling Officer
City of Lon Beach
THE POSITION
The Environmental Services Bureau has 236 full-time employees and a fiscal year 2023 budget of $72.9M. The Bureau provides refuse collection, street sweeping, parking enforcement and waste diversion services to the residents and businesses of Long Beach. The Waste Diversion and Recycling Officer reports to the General Superintendent of Waste Diversion and Recycling. This position is responsible for supporting the City’s waste diversion and recycling programs and efforts to comply with State and local regulations. More specifically, the Waste Diversion and Recycling Officer will oversee programs and staff to ensure compliance with all federal, state and local waste diversion and recycling regulations. The incumbent will manage Bureau grants and contracts including the administration of the citywide recycling collection contract. It will lead efforts to develop a comprehensive public education program for residents, businesses, community organizations and schools. The Officer will oversee development and implementation of new and innovative recycling and waste diversion programs while ensuring the proper delivery of existing programs. Additionally, the Waste Diversion/Recycling Officer will be responsible for providing reports to regulatory agencies such as Calrecycle, manage franchised private haulers that service commercial collection accounts, stay abreast of new solid waste and recycling technologies, and support compliance of new and existing solid waste legislation while leading a team of full and part-time employees.

THE IDEAL CANDIDATE
The ideal candidate will be an experienced waste and/or recycling professional with knowledge of federal, state and local solid waste and recycling regulations, policies and practices with experience developing and implementing waste diversion, recycling and/or sustainability initiatives.

See job posting for full details
Link: https://bit.ly/wdrofficer
Waste Prevention Specialist
The City of Napa - Recycling and Solid Waste Division
Do you have community outreach and project management experience? Are you passionate about educating others and assisting with the implementation of programs that help meet recycling, composting, and solid waste goals?


WANTED: An individual with excellent organizational and interpersonal skills who is passionate about waste prevention and environmental issues and strives to make a difference in their community and organization!

 Apply today to support the City of Napa's Solid Waste & Recycling Division and make a lasting impact on our community! 


***Candidates who possess Spanish bilingual skills are encouraged to apply! Up to 4% Spanish Bilingual Pay***


The City of Napa Utilities Department is seeking a Waste Prevention Specialist to support our Solid Waste and Recycling Division. The Solid Waste and Recycling Division is responsible for implementation and oversight of a variety of programs aimed at reducing waste and increasing recycling and organics composting, and which ensure compliance with local and state requirements such as State Assembly Bill 1383.  

The Waste Prevention Specialist will play a vital role in working with Napa businesses, schools, multi-family complexes, and residents to provide training and assist with implementation of programs related to the City's solid waste, recycling and composting programs. The Waste Prevention Specialist will have an immediate positive impact on local environmental sustainability by working to minimize the disposal of solid waste to landfill.  This position is an integral part of the City team implementing requirements for commercial, residential, multi-family complexes, and schools to direct food scraps and organic waste to compost and capture as many recyclable materials as possible. Applicants with experience in the recycling/solid waste industry and bilingual skills are encouraged to apply!
Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/napacity/jobs/4135175/waste-prevention-specialist
Zero Waste Consultant/Project Associate
Nothing Wasted Consulting
Be a catalyst for change!
Hours: Flexible, Project-based
Contract Type: Short-Term with Growth Potential
Compensation: Starting at $25 per hour - $40, based on experience and fit
Reshape the future by revolutionizing waste with Nothing Wasted Consulting! We're leaders in transforming how we perceive trash – more than a company, we're champions of change, crafting a cleaner, sustainable world. If you're an eco-conscious trailblazer, a tinkering waste alchemist, and a believer in collective action, we're excited to connect with you!
The Challenge:
Expand your influence and expertise! Collaborate on vital projects – navigate SB1383 compliance, spearhead waste diversion for Materials Recovery Facilities (MRFs), and create eco-conscious events.
About Us:
More than consultants, we're transformation catalysts. Nothing Wasted Consulting guides companies and communities to a zero-waste future, turning property waste into resources, and curating waste-free spectacles.
The Ideal Fit:
Seeking hands-on action in the sustainable waste arena without sacrificing flexibility? Welcome aboard! We're in pursuit of dreamers and doers who thrive in the puzzle of sorting compost, recycling, and landfill. Embrace adventure as you traverse the stunning SF Bay Area and beyond.


What Sets You Apart:
Your passion for learning shines. Learn from mentors on-site; blend technical skills with customer service and data prowess.
Rewards of the Journey:
Nothing Wasted Consulting is crafting a meaningful tomorrow. Though this role isn't bound by a traditional 8-5 schedule, it presents a front-row seat to the waste management revolution. As change surges, so does your potential for experience, recognition, and financial growth.
Join the Movement Today:
Ready to etch your legacy? Share your resume: melissa@nothingwastedconsulting.com & max@nothingwastedconsulting.com. Questions? Connect at (858) 827-2178. Begin the journey to a waste-free world – stride forward together.

Link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1YB2lxUMH9JhTU-iAiBmN_crmMYKoQnqmAfdu8x-fvmE/edit?usp=sharing
Supervising Environmental Services Specialist
City of San Jose
Supervising Environmental Services Specialists plan, organize, and supervise the activities of assigned staff and program area within a division (see divisions below) of the Environmental Services Department. This classification is designated as management and supervises other professional staff, as well as managing programmatic teams by providing direction and leadership. Incumbents in this classification are responsible for the successful development, implementation, and/or ongoing supervision and overview of assigned program(s). This classification not only supervises and oversees assigned professional staff, but also performs the most complex and specialized functions in support of assigned program(s).
Link: https://sanjoseca.taleo.net/careersection/exm/jobdetail.ftl?job=2301231&tz=GMT-07%3A00&tzname=America%2FLos_Angeles
Waste Zero Specialist
Recology San Mateo County
The Waste Zero Team provides outreach and education for commcerial businesses and mutli-family dwellings to ensure compliance with local and state recycling and composting laws. Waste Zero Specialists roles include but are not limited to waste audits, consultstions, presentations, trainings, tabling and community events, and reporting. Recology's mission is to see a world without waste!

Recology offers competitive wages, robust health and wellness plans, paid time off, paid holidays, 401K, employee stock ownership plans - Recology is proudly 100% employee-owned!
Link: www.recology.com/careers
Environmental Communications and Engagement Senior Associate
Cascadia Consulting Group
Cascadia Consulting Group is seeking a highly motivated and organized Senior Associate who is passionate about working with our Bay Area clients and community to advance sustainability.

The selected candidate will work primarily on project management and business development within Cascadia’s Communications and Engagement (C&E) line of business and periodically support research and planning projects within Cascadia’s other lines of business. This position will provide services to a diverse set of clients ranging from local governments and utilities to recycling and waste management haulers and private‐sector companies. The position must be available for local client meetings in the greater Oakland area but may otherwise work remotely. Cascadia does have a physical Oakland office space and a culture that encourages occasional in-person engagement with colleagues while supporting remote flexibility.

This position description is designed to outline primary duties, qualifications, and job scope, but not limit the incumbent nor the organization to just the work identified or assigned.
Link: https://cascadiaconsulting.hire.trakstar.com/jobs/fk0xeza?source=shared%20by%20staff
Assistant Program Coordinator/Compost Educator
California Alliance for Community Composting
The Assistant Program Coordinator reports to and serves under the direct supervision of Desert Compost, a fiscally-sponsored project of the California Alliance for Community Composting. This person will be a critical keystone team player who will provide high-quality operational, administrative, and outreach support for Desert Compost’s small but passionate network of environmental advocates. This position will give the new hire an opportunity to ensure that the organization’s internal operations run smoothly during expansion of our “Community Composting for Green Spaces” projects, help plan our multilayered event schedule and relay information to both our partners and the broader community.
The ideal candidate is a bilingual early-career administrative professional with knowledge of and experience with handling a wide range of organizational systems, is creative and eager to implement new strategies, and has extremely high standards for the quality of their work. We will look especially favorably on candidates who have experience working for or volunteering with environmentally-focused organizations or the nonprofit sector, particularly within disadvantaged communities. The assistant program coordinator will connect with and adhere to the vision, mission, and values of Desert Compost and have experience in community partnership development and advancement, and will be skillful in fostering additional community engagement.

Compensation:
$25.00/hour
~15 hours/week
Part time/Paid monthly
Contract: 19 months

Location:
Coachella Valley
Remote Home office

HOW TO APPLY:

Please submit a letter of interest and resume to info@desertcompost.org
Resumes accepted through Sept.1, 2023
Link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1yxKCgmRgdn96XsWuDIPWJQs3VejLBUN_nIyr6oSAKzU/edit
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