Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of Students for Zero Waste Conference 2021
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Energy Justice Network The Philadelphia Area Environmental Justice Organizer will support existing campaigns and those of our member groups, and will expand on these campaigns to win the soonest possible transition from incineration toward zero waste strategies.
Energy Justice Network We're hiring a full-time organizer to be based in the Hudson Valley region of New York to build community opposition to waste incineration throughout the region, starting with Peekskill.
Climate Change Assistant Coordinator
San Francisco Department of the Environment Are you passionate about fighting climate change and want to make a difference at the local government level? Do you love to work with complex data sets, obsess about numbers, and also have a knack for communicating complex information in simple, easily accessible language? Are you an effective collaborator who enjoys engaging diverse partners and stakeholders in support of project goals? If so, we invite you to take advantage of an opportunity to use your skills to build a better future for San Francisco and the planet.
City Government Zero Waste Assistant Coordinator
San Francisco Department of the Environment As the City Government Zero Waste Assistant Coordinator, you will be responsible for assisting with the development, implementation, evaluation, and enforcement of the City’s zero waste policies and programs in the city government sector. You’ll work with colleagues at a wide range of city departments to help them implement and improve their on-site zero waste processes and programs. In addition, as the City Government Zero Waste Assistant Coordinator, you will provide analysis and assistance to government and service provider partners on issues that may affect our path to zero waste such as policy development and advocacy, on-site inspections, behavior change methods and waste generation reduction strategies. You will have day-to-day decision-making responsibilities for projects as well as the ability to negotiate within project scopes.
Serving in an Assistant-level position (Class 5638), you will work under the supervision of a Class 5642 Senior Environmental Specialist (the City Government Zero Waste Senior Coordinator) who is responsible for defining project scopes and deliverables.
Waste Zero Specialist #1
Recology San Francisco Under close supervision, responsible for design, coordination, implementation and administration waste diversion programs through a comprehensive approach involving regular contact with key commercial/residential customers and local jurisdiction, education, community-wide services, and completes waste auditing services. Completes waste and diversion assessments for customers. Provides diversion strategies and outline customer’s areas for opportunity. Implements service changes, and follow-up as needed to ensure diversion programs are successful.
Environmental Campus Organizer
Student PIRGs Become A Campus Organizer Students have been, and continue to be, at the forefront of movements to build a better future for our country. But students only make real progress when they’re organized, have the skills to be effective, and have a strategic plan to get things done. That’s where we come in: For almost 50 years, the Student PIRGs have been working to amplify the power of student activism. We help students make real change, right now.
By recruiting, training and working alongside student activists on campaigns that get results, our organizers are helping to ensure all Americans can live meaningful lives and have a greener and healthier future. Our chapters and clubs on campuses across the country provide the training, professional support and resources students need to tackle climate change, protect public health, revitalize our democracy, feed the hungry and more.
WHAT YOU'LL DO Our organizers provide students with the training and resources they need to become movement leaders by recruiting volunteers, training potential leaders to take on more responsibility, and doing campaign work themselves.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: Inspiring and recruiting hundreds of students to take action on important issues. Helping students run strategic campaigns. Campus organizers will recruit and train students virtually to run campaigns such as committing the campus to 100 percent renewable energy, eliminating single-use plastics, making college more affordable, and more. Building a coalition. Campus organizers work with student volunteers and interns to build a diverse, invested coalition of organizations. Training students to be effective social change leaders, using skills such as generating grassroots support and coordinating lobby days and news conferences. Building a strong, sustainable, student-funded and student-run organization on campus by fundraising, building relationships with key players on campus, and building our brand. Working alongside students