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Community Outreach Associate, Region 7
Environmental Protection Network
The Environmental Protection Network (EPN) is composed of a small staff and more than 600 EPA alumni volunteers from across the country focused on building the capacity of environmental agencies and the communities they serve to truly address the most urgent health and environmental crises. The Community Outreach Associates will be tasked with creating additional and deeper connections with communities in specified areas of the country, and seeking out individuals and partnerships with local organizations to provide community identified areas of assistance.
Community Engagement Coordinator - Tribal Nations, Indigenous Communities
Heartland Environmental Justice Center (HEJC)

The Heartland Environmental Justice Center is hiring community engagement coordinators, who work actively in their community, playing a pivotal role in bridging the community to the resources offered by our center.

We are currently accepting application for a position that will support Tribal Nations, Indigenous-led community-based organizations, and organizations championing tribal and Indigenous communities across EPA Region 7 (Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska).

Positions in the Kansas City and Wichita metro areas will be posted next, with additional positions in Iowa and Nebraska to follow.

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Campus Energy and Resource Manager
Oberlin College and Conservatory
The position of Energy and Resources Manager is a continuing 12-month Administrative
and Professional Staff (A&PS) position. The position develops and manages novel technology designed to
motivate and empower citizens, students, staff, and facility operators to be smart users of energy and water, and
to take care of the environment.
This position is the subject matter expert for the development and execution of a campus-wide energy program
focused on renewable energy, energy and water conservation, procurement, and management. This position
enables the College to achieve emission/carbon footprint reductions in conjunction with environmental, financial
and operational considerations such as life cycle cost savings, resilience, dependability of energy supply, and
overall effect on regenerative environmental services. The position engages in the design and management of
energy projects and programs to achieve the College Climate Commitments through iterative improvement,
verified by data collection and analysis.
The Energy and Resource Manager engages all campus stakeholders, and (as appropriate) energy consultants to
achieve and maintain a culture of sustainability on campus. The position reviews energy usage forecasts versus
actual performance data for the campus and assists with strategy development for improvement. The position
manages power purchase programs, and monitors local, state, and federal policies for compliance, as well as for
opportunities for further energy and carbon emission reduction. The position has an outward facing role through
periodic written articles, presentations, limited public speaking and/or tours of Oberlin College energy systems.
The Energy and Resources Senior Manager reports to the Senior Director of Energy & Sustainability.
Senior Environment Manager
Indiana Department of Environmental Management
This position is responsible for developing and managing programs that promote pollution prevention (P2) to industries and companies through education, outreach, and onsite visits. Incumbent serves as a senior-level environmental manager as a liaison to the agency and office regarding pollution prevention and technical assistance, and will be developing a new Pollution Prevention Toolkit and Peer Matching program, including , researching and writing fact sheets on best management practices for common pollution prevention strategies, coordinating the development of corresponding instructional videos, hosting educational workshops, coordinating pollution prevention opportunity assessment site visits, developing a system of results/implementation measurement, and developing a pollution prevention mentoring network. This position will spend 5% of the time managing several legacy federal grants. This position also would manage P2 grants (state and/or federal) that the office may receive and/or award.
Sustainability Analyst
City of Columbia Office of Sustainability
Can you tell stories and solve problems with data and numbers? Do you like working in a change-making environment? The City of Columbia is hiring a Sustainability Analyst. This position works with Office of Sustainability and other city staff to tell the story of the community’s climate action. If you can see yourself on a team dedicated to positive change for all, apply today!
Vice President of Native Landscapes
Keep Indianapolis Beautiful
Keep Indianapolis Beautiful is seeking a visionary Vice President of Native Landscapes to spearhead operations for the Department of Native Landscapes (DNL).

The Vice President of Native Landscapes plans, directs, and oversees operations activities for the Department of Native Landscapes (DNL) which includes GreenSpace, Community Forestry, and Urban Ecology/Youth Employment. This is a senior level employee who actively contributes to strategy and decision-making for the organization. This is an opportunity to contribute to a cleaner, greener, and more environmentally equitable city through strategic goal setting, leadership, and subject matter expertise in the areas of habitat management, urban forestry, and placemaking.
Associate Director, Research Development
Purdue University's College of Engineering
The Associate Director for Research Development will work collaboratively to strengthen Purdue Engineering’s research enterprise through developing and pursuing large-scale funding strategies for complex, cross-disciplinary projects, utilizing an entrepreneurial, problem-solving approach to explore, launch, and sustain strategic research initiatives with the promise for broad, societal impact. Reporting to the Assistant Dean/CRDO, the Associate Director for Research Development is tasked with supporting strategic planning efforts and developing large-scale ($5M+) funding proposal projects that align with Purdue Engineering’s priorities spanning research, talent development, broadening participation, science communications, and knowledge dissemination efforts. With a particular eye toward strategic planning and coordinating and crafting high-quality proposals that expand and enhance Purdue Engineering’s interdisciplinary collaboration infrastructures, the Associate Director will enable more – and more competitive – research proposals, particularly for initiative- and center-level, or complex, funding opportunities.
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