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Please see the list below for current job opportunities with our member organizations. If you are a Green Umbrella member and would like to submit a job posting, please send it to greennews@greenumbrella.org.

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  • June 24, 2022 2:50 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Our Land Organics

    About this position:

    Earth Steward, Ecological Landscape Crew Member

    ● Starting hourly rate $15-$18

    ○ Professional development, paid holidays, paid personal days, medical/dental/vision

    Our Land Organics is a forward thinking, ecologically based, landscape design / build and maintenance company serving the Cincinnati area.

    We are looking for someone that wants to help bring regenerative landscapes to life and has a desire to learn and lead.

    We are plant lovers, soil geeks, and hard working individuals. We encourage growth, education and innovation in this burgeoning field of ecological landscaping and are seeking someone that is interested in growing with the company. This is a full-time year-round position.

    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

    All aspects of landscape/garden maintenance and installation including physical tasks such as weeding, pruning, raking, planting, mulching and composting plant beds, supervising on-site layout and installation of gardens; supervising and instructing crew members, communicating with clients, job site and quality control, supply pickup and delivery.

    The Crew Leader is responsible for the leadership of a landscape maintenance/installation team of 1-4 members in the tasks relating to landscape maintenance and installation projects. They are responsible for safety, tool use and care, and communication with the customer and project manager regarding issues on each site.

    ● Take a leadership role in guiding, instructing and directing other crew members throughout the work day.

    ● Ensuring that all the tasks on the schedule are completed in a timely manner

    ● Provide feedback to project manager on job status, material needs, on-site issues, and other relevant details to each project.

    ● Ensuring that all safety requirements are being followed by crew members

    ● Gardening skills: Pruning small trees and shrubs; weeding, deadheading, cutting back seasonal foliage, transplanting, divisions, planting

    ● General landscape cleanup: plant removal, mulch installation, soil enhancements and planting

    ● Care for and operate chainsaws and other landscape equipment

    ● Hardscape skills: grading, stonework, paver installation

    ● Work full time plus additional hrs. as needed to complete jobs

    ● Work outside in all weather, performing activities including but not limited to: bending, kneeling, lifting, stooping, squatting, reaching and walking on uneven surfaces for long periods of time.

    ● Other duties as needed

    CORE COMPETENCIES REQUIRED:

    ● Hard working in a fast paced, physically demanding environment

    ● Ability to creatively and practically solve problems in the field

    ● Ability to provide feedback and solutions on issues in the field

    ● Excellent plant identification skills for typical Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky gardens

    ● Ability to complete jobs with a high level of quality in the time allotted

    ● Ability to use mobile apps for accurate timekeeping and property notes

    ● Excellent written and verbal communication skills

    ● Consistent ability to interact with co-workers, customers, and community in a respectful and professional manner.

    ● Dependable and able to work both independently and in a diverse team environment

    ● Ability to lift fifty pounds on a regular basis

    ● Ability to arrive to work on time each day ready to be part of a team and energized to lead.

    ● Experience with dump trailers/truck

    Earnings and advancement potential commensurate with overall experience and longevity.

    Experience:

    ● Past professional landscaping experience / degree in horticulture highly desired, knowledge of organic gardening preferred

    License:

    ● Drivers (Required) - Clean drivers record

    Work Location:

    ● Multiple locations

    Benefits:

    ● Paid Professional Development

    ● 7 paid holidays

    ● Eligible for medical, dental and vision benefits

    ● 10 days of PTO

    Schedule:

    ● Our operating hours are Monday and Friday; 7:30AM to 4:00PM. There will be opportunity for overtime based on client / project demands.

    This is a full-time, hourly position.

    HOW TO APPLY:

    Email resume, cover letter and three references to john@ourlandorganics.org

    More information and application can be found here.

  • June 24, 2022 1:51 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Great Parks of Hamilton County

    About this position:

    Salary Range:

    Up to $12.40 Annually

    Join our team as a Conservation and Parks Technician! At Great Parks, our team members work together to preserve and protect natural resources and to provide outdoor recreation and education in order to enhance the quality of life for present and future generations.

    Great Parks of Hamilton County is accepting applications for part time Conservation and Parks Technician at Woodland Mound. This part time position works various shifts including evenings, weekends and holidays.

    Performs a variety of semi-skilled labor in developed and natural park areas. Assists in maintenance of park facilities, grounds, landscape beds, habitat, trails and equipment. Employee proceeds alone or with coworkers on regular duties, with guidance from supervisor. Refers unusual or difficult problems or situations to immediate supervisor. Required work on weekends, holidays, evenings and work outside of normal schedule

    Assists with removal of invasive and nuisance plants from natural areas. Mows and bush-hogs grass and brush land areas. Collects, processes and plants native plants and seeds. Assists in collecting data on park flora and fauna, and conducting wildlife surveys. Performs various manual labor tasks to construct and maintain Great Parks’ trails, inspects trail conditions. Collects information to advise manager or functional supervisor and implements based on need.

    Assists in the executing grounds and horticulture duties including mowing, planting, mulching and maintaining plants, flowers, shrubs and trees, prune trees and shrubs, weeds landscape beds, and removes leaf debris.

    Assists with minor repairs to buildings, facilities and roadways, including minor plumbing repairs, rough carpentry, masonry, painting, replacing signs, repairing roadways and trails by patching pot holes, line striping, and other maintenance practices.

    Performs janitorial duties in all areas. Picks up litter, sweeps and mops floors, empties wastebaskets, and cleans restroom facilities.

    Assists with minor mechanical repairs and performs routine preventive maintenance to small gasoline engines in tractors, mowers, pumps, trucksters, trucks, and other equipment. Changes oil, lubricates moving parts, checks fluid levels, replaces belts, and performs other basic mechanical maintenance responsibilities.

    Performs job responsibilities in accordance with performance expectations, and within Great Parks’ policy and procedure. Exhibits regular and predictable attendance and punctuality. Works assigned schedule and demonstrates willingness and ability to work outside of regular schedule as required and approved.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    An appropriate combination of education, training, course work and experience may qualify an applicant to demonstrate required knowledge, skills, and abilities. An example of an acceptable qualification is:

    High School degree or GED and some prior experience or education in parks & recreation, natural resources, facility management, horticulture, grounds maintenance, or related field.

    Must be 18 years of age or older

    LICENSE & CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

    State Motor Vehicle Operator’s License that meets GPHC current carrier guidelines.

    Benefits include membership in Ohio Public Employees Retirement System and free or discounted use of many Great Parks of Hamilton County recreational activities.

    Great Parks is an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, military status, or any other classification protected under applicable law

    More information and application can be found here.

  • June 22, 2022 12:17 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Solar United Neighbors

    About this position:

    Do you have a passion for alternative energy? Are you looking for a career with a growing organization where you can make a difference and have fun doing it? If so, keep reading!

    About us

    Solar United Neighbors (SUN) is a national 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to creating a clean, equitable, resilient energy system that benefits everyone. We help people go solar, join together, and fight for their energy rights. Our organization is growing, and we are looking for a Director of Energy Equity and Inclusion to join our team!

    About the position

    • Our Director of Energy Equity and Inclusion will lead and expand our energy equity work across the country to address barriers to solar adoption, increase awareness, and build support for more low-income solar programs. This position will:
    • Work with state program directors to develop and deploy low-income solar programs and policy initiatives in their state.
    • Work with local governments and municipalities on program design, outreach, and implementation.
    • Lead the process to develop, test, and scale new programs and lines of work focused on energy equity programs and policy, including job training programs, community education and outreach programs, community solar LMI efforts, and others. For example, design and oversee Solar Sales Workforce training pilots.
    • Work closely with the Executive Director and Development Director to develop fundraising materials and applications related to Energy Equity and Inclusion lines of work.
    • Serve as an issue area expert on energy democracy and inclusion, including on program design and implementation best practices, the energy democracy landscape, related policy, and strategies for building a more inclusive energy system.
    • Provide technical assistance to jurisdictions and organizations interested in deploying low-income solar projects.
    • Represent SUN at meetings and discussions of state and national collaborations, as appropriate, and build our reputation as a leader in energy equity policy and program design.
    • Serve as a knowledgeable and relational presence when needed with regional partners, funders, the general public, and industry leaders.
    • Work with our Communications & Impact teams to support the development and creation of materials, messaging, and outreach strategies that educate our network about energy democracy and equity, and how our members can help build a more inclusive movement.
    • Ensure all requirements of funding agreements are met and communicated.
    • Collaborate with others on the Senior Management Team to develop strategies, process improvements, and new initiatives within SUN to facilitate the rapid growth objectives of the organization.
    • Provide strategic insight and input to contribute to short-term and long-range planning on SUN program design and strategic positioning.
    • Establish internal and external processes and key performance indicators for the Equitable Energy and Inclusion program to provide accountability, measurement, and tracking of effectiveness.
    • Provide timely, accurate, and complete reports on the current activities of the Equitable Energy and Inclusion Program.
    • Supervise staff of the Equitable Energy and Inclusion Program.
    • Track the program’s operating budget and operating plan for the Equitable Energy and Inclusion Program. Monitor expenditures, cash flow, and use of campaign funds.
    • Provide monthly reporting to funders on all deliverables and accomplishments of the program.
    • Performs other duties and special projects as assigned.

    About you

    • Five years of experience:
    • Managing a distributed team.
    • Engaging diverse stakeholders in a culturally sensitive manner.
    • Community organizing.
    • Working in energy equity and/or environmental justice.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • English and Spanish fluency is strongly preferred.

    Why we love SUN

    • Salary range of $75,000 – $85,000 per year,
    • Health, vision, and dental insurance.
    • Generous paid leave policy.
    • 401(k) retirement account.
    • Professional development stipend.
    • Fun, remote work environment.
    • Flexible work hours.
    • Our vision and mission.

    How to apply

    If this sounds like a good fit, please submit a resume, cover letter, and how you heard about this position to Annie Wolf at jobs@solarunitedneighbors.org.

    We’re an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our organization. We do not discriminate based on race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. SUN is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. Solar United Neighbors welcomes candidates of diverse backgrounds and experience to apply, including people of color, women, LGBTQ+, people with disabilities, and those with a non-traditional education.

    More information and application can be found here.
  • June 22, 2022 12:14 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Solar United Neighbors

    About this position:

    Do you have a passion for renewable energy? Are you looking for a career with a growing organization where you can make a difference and have fun doing it? If so, keep reading!

    About us

    Solar United Neighbors (SUN) is a national 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to creating a clean, equitable, resilient energy system that benefits everyone. We help people go solar, join together, and fight for their energy rights. Our organization is growing, and we are looking for a Digital Director to join our team!

    About the position

    • Our Digital Director will collaborate organization-wide to build and maintain digital systems and processes that ensure our work has the highest impact possible. They will work with organizational stakeholders to develop a program that allows all of SUN to adapt to the changing digital landscape and supports organizational growth.
    • Manage SUN’s website. The Director is the primary person in the organization responsible for the functioning and content of SUN’s website. The Director will monitor site performance, consult with staff, and identify and implement needed changes. They will regularly provide briefings to the senior management team on website metrics and performance using Google analytics, heat maps, and other tools as needed. The Director will manage website standards and processes, and regularly collaborate with staff to ensure their core programmatic needs are being met by the website. They will triage issues, scope and select contractors, and coordinate among developers to ensure the website is optimizing organizational needs. They will hire and manage a digital associate for on-going maintenance, updates, and urgent fixes to the site. Website issues include:
    • Ensuring content updates are made/spot fixes
    • SEO
    • Restructuring and redesigning as needed
    • Integrating with plugins and other tools and CRM
    • Manage SUN’s full universe of digital tools. In close consultation with IT, the Director will have oversight of our CRM system to ensure it is housed and organized in a fashion that meets diverse needs. The Director will develop a clear understanding of what questions we need to answer with our CRM/Data and work with IT and outside consultants as needed to make sure it is built to meet our organizational needs and to ensure all of our systems are syncing and working together and that we are able to “see” and segment our list for uses as diverse as program reporting, activism, program implementation, fundraising, and managing volunteers. This will require scoping software and/or other options in collaboration with IT, identifying and recommending changes, and elevating well-researched recommendations to the senior management team for timely decision making. The Director will manage the digital budget, and consistently evaluate the effectiveness of chosen approaches. They will respond to staff needs and ensure staff has the appropriate digital tools to maximize their impact and effectiveness. They will manage and monitor data enhancement efforts, the overall health of the list, as well as build a strategy and system for managing and tracking both 501c3 and 501c4 names over time. The Director will ensure compliance with our privacy policy, spam laws, and other relevant standards.
    • Manage SUN’s email program. The Director will ensure that the whole of SUN’s broad collection of email campaigns ranging from solar co-op recruitment, to advocacy, to education, events promotion, and fundraising equals more than the sum of the parts. They will ensure calendarization of emails, manage the flow and segmentation of outgoing messages, help suggest and build communication arcs, and help integrate diverse goals into the overall suite of email programming. They will be the final decision maker on conflicts over frequency, timing and flow. They will ensure emails are properly structured, that forms and sign ups work and that links are tracked.
    • Manage SUN’s social media program. With the help of a digital associate under their supervision and Communication associates, they will ensure the strategic use of social media to enhance all of SUN’s mission and goals. Content and goals will be driven by the program, the strategic choice of social media outlet, the timing, and the management of a social media promotion budget will rest with the Digital Director. They will also manage our Facebook groups and our listservs.
    • Drive list growth and monitor performance. The Director will be responsible for our aggressive list growth goals and a list growth budget. The Director will work on paid lead generation as well as aggressively seek opportunities organization-wide to promote and achieve organic growth via our networks, collaborations, advocacy, and educational activities. They will manage, onboard, and cultivate a significant number of new people coming to our network via referrals from installers, credit unions, and other allies. The Director will monitor and report on email performance, balance list health and our email sender reputation with list growth, and evaluate and recommend changes to our communications strategies. They will also manage google grants and other digital strategies to increase SEO and bring eyes to SUNs website and work.
    • Support Communications, Advocacy, Go Solar, Outreach and Fundraising. The Director will serve as a critical resource to SUN to continuously improve the digital implementation of our complex, robust, and growing program. Duties will involve helping to set up and evaluate digital fundraising emails including content, structure, A/B testing and forms. Advising and supporting communications team on digital ad buys testing and strategies and performance of action alerts, texting, petitions and other key activist tools and news. Support staff with promotion of events, outreach, webinars, and data tracking. The Digital Director will provide training when necessary and ensure staff have and can use the digital tools they need to effectively and efficiently do their jobs.

    About you

    • 6 years of experience in advertising, digital strategy and media, or similar.
    • Cutting-edge knowledge and experience leveraging online tools and resources to motivate targeted audiences. Track record managing and implementing a range of CRM, advocacy, fundraising, and volunteer management digital tools.
    • Strong leadership and project management skills. Ability to work well with others and lead in a very horizontal collaborative work environment.
    • Comfort with a remote distributed office, including tools like Asana, Slack, google office.
    • Proficiency in digital marketing and analytics tools such as Google Analytics, Facebook Business Manager, and other analysis tools.
    • Good understanding of WordPress.
    • Familiarity with all major social media networks including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, TikTok, YouTube, and reddit.
    • Excellent understanding of digital practices such as SEO, SEM, SMO, and PPC.
    • Adaptable, versatile, and able to keep up to date with digital and marketing trends, and advancements in technology.
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
    • Excellent analytic abilities, creativity, and attention to detail.
    • Experience managing digital campaigns across platforms, and Salesforce knowledge is strongly preferred.
    • Spanish fluency is preferred.

    Why we love SUN

    • Salary range of $60,000 – $85,000 per year
    • Health, vision, and dental insurance
    • Generous paid leave policy
    • 401(k) retirement account
    • Professional development stipend
    • Fun, remote work environment or DC Office
    • Flexible work hours
    • Our vision and mission

    How to Apply

    If this sounds like a good fit, please submit a cover letter, resume, and one writing sample to Emily Stiever at: Jobs@SolarUnitedNeighbors.org. Please include the title “Digital Director” in the subject line, and tell us how you learned about this opportunity.

    We’re an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our organization. We do not discriminate based on race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. SUN is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. SUN welcomes candidates of diverse backgrounds and experience to apply, including people of color, women, LGBTQ+, people with disabilities, and those with a non-traditional education.

    Do you have a passion for renewable energy? Are you looking for a career with a growing organization where you can make a difference and have fun doing it? If so, keep reading!

    About us

    Solar United Neighbors (SUN) is a national 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to creating a clean, equitable, resilient energy system that benefits everyone. We help people go solar, join together, and fight for their energy rights. Our organization is growing, and we are looking for a Digital Director to join our team!

    About the position

    • Our Digital Director will collaborate organization-wide to build and maintain digital systems and processes that ensure our work has the highest impact possible. They will work with organizational stakeholders to develop a program that allows all of SUN to adapt to the changing digital landscape and supports organizational growth.
    • Manage SUN’s website. The Director is the primary person in the organization responsible for the functioning and content of SUN’s website. The Director will monitor site performance, consult with staff, and identify and implement needed changes. They will regularly provide briefings to the senior management team on website metrics and performance using Google analytics, heat maps, and other tools as needed. The Director will manage website standards and processes, and regularly collaborate with staff to ensure their core programmatic needs are being met by the website. They will triage issues, scope and select contractors, and coordinate among developers to ensure the website is optimizing organizational needs. They will hire and manage a digital associate for on-going maintenance, updates, and urgent fixes to the site. Website issues include:
    • Ensuring content updates are made/spot fixes
    • SEO
    • Restructuring and redesigning as needed
    • Integrating with plugins and other tools and CRM
    • Manage SUN’s full universe of digital tools. In close consultation with IT, the Director will have oversight of our CRM system to ensure it is housed and organized in a fashion that meets diverse needs. The Director will develop a clear understanding of what questions we need to answer with our CRM/Data and work with IT and outside consultants as needed to make sure it is built to meet our organizational needs and to ensure all of our systems are syncing and working together and that we are able to “see” and segment our list for uses as diverse as program reporting, activism, program implementation, fundraising, and managing volunteers. This will require scoping software and/or other options in collaboration with IT, identifying and recommending changes, and elevating well-researched recommendations to the senior management team for timely decision making. The Director will manage the digital budget, and consistently evaluate the effectiveness of chosen approaches. They will respond to staff needs and ensure staff has the appropriate digital tools to maximize their impact and effectiveness. They will manage and monitor data enhancement efforts, the overall health of the list, as well as build a strategy and system for managing and tracking both 501c3 and 501c4 names over time. The Director will ensure compliance with our privacy policy, spam laws, and other relevant standards.
    • Manage SUN’s email program. The Director will ensure that the whole of SUN’s broad collection of email campaigns ranging from solar co-op recruitment, to advocacy, to education, events promotion, and fundraising equals more than the sum of the parts. They will ensure calendarization of emails, manage the flow and segmentation of outgoing messages, help suggest and build communication arcs, and help integrate diverse goals into the overall suite of email programming. They will be the final decision maker on conflicts over frequency, timing and flow. They will ensure emails are properly structured, that forms and sign ups work and that links are tracked.
    • Manage SUN’s social media program. With the help of a digital associate under their supervision and Communication associates, they will ensure the strategic use of social media to enhance all of SUN’s mission and goals. Content and goals will be driven by the program, the strategic choice of social media outlet, the timing, and the management of a social media promotion budget will rest with the Digital Director. They will also manage our Facebook groups and our listservs.
    • Drive list growth and monitor performance. The Director will be responsible for our aggressive list growth goals and a list growth budget. The Director will work on paid lead generation as well as aggressively seek opportunities organization-wide to promote and achieve organic growth via our networks, collaborations, advocacy, and educational activities. They will manage, onboard, and cultivate a significant number of new people coming to our network via referrals from installers, credit unions, and other allies. The Director will monitor and report on email performance, balance list health and our email sender reputation with list growth, and evaluate and recommend changes to our communications strategies. They will also manage google grants and other digital strategies to increase SEO and bring eyes to SUNs website and work.
    • Support Communications, Advocacy, Go Solar, Outreach and Fundraising. The Director will serve as a critical resource to SUN to continuously improve the digital implementation of our complex, robust, and growing program. Duties will involve helping to set up and evaluate digital fundraising emails including content, structure, A/B testing and forms. Advising and supporting communications team on digital ad buys testing and strategies and performance of action alerts, texting, petitions and other key activist tools and news. Support staff with promotion of events, outreach, webinars, and data tracking. The Digital Director will provide training when necessary and ensure staff have and can use the digital tools they need to effectively and efficiently do their jobs.

    About you

    • 6 years of experience in advertising, digital strategy and media, or similar.
    • Cutting-edge knowledge and experience leveraging online tools and resources to motivate targeted audiences. Track record managing and implementing a range of CRM, advocacy, fundraising, and volunteer management digital tools.
    • Strong leadership and project management skills. Ability to work well with others and lead in a very horizontal collaborative work environment.
    • Comfort with a remote distributed office, including tools like Asana, Slack, google office.
    • Proficiency in digital marketing and analytics tools such as Google Analytics, Facebook Business Manager, and other analysis tools.
    • Good understanding of WordPress.
    • Familiarity with all major social media networks including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, TikTok, YouTube, and reddit.
    • Excellent understanding of digital practices such as SEO, SEM, SMO, and PPC.
    • Adaptable, versatile, and able to keep up to date with digital and marketing trends, and advancements in technology.
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
    • Excellent analytic abilities, creativity, and attention to detail.
    • Experience managing digital campaigns across platforms, and Salesforce knowledge is strongly preferred.
    • Spanish fluency is preferred.

    Why we love SUN

    • Salary range of $60,000 – $85,000 per year
    • Health, vision, and dental insurance
    • Generous paid leave policy
    • 401(k) retirement account
    • Professional development stipend
    • Fun, remote work environment or DC Office
    • Flexible work hours
    • Our vision and mission

    How to Apply

    If this sounds like a good fit, please submit a cover letter, resume, and one writing sample to Emily Stiever at: Jobs@SolarUnitedNeighbors.org. Please include the title “Digital Director” in the subject line, and tell us how you learned about this opportunity.

    We’re an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our organization. We do not discriminate based on race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. SUN is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. SUN welcomes candidates of diverse backgrounds and experience to apply, including people of color, women, LGBTQ+, people with disabilities, and those with a non-traditional education.

    More information and application can be found here.
  • June 22, 2022 10:14 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Hamilton County R3source

    About this position:

    Deadline to Apply:

    • June 28, 2022

    Work Location:

    • Environmental Services, 250 William Howard Taft Cincinnati, OH 45219

    Work Hours:

    • Full-time/80 hours bi-weekly

    Starting Salary:

    • $31.19/per hour
    • $64,880/annually
    • Highly Competitive Employee Benefits Package and Generous Paid Time Off

    We serve the residents of Hamilton County in more ways than you may realize! We make a difference in your everyday life with road maintenance, economic development, emergency response, public safety, services for our children and our families within the community, and more!

    Requirements:

    • Bachelor's degree in public relations, journalism, communications or closely related field
    • five (5) years related experience
    • or equivalent combination of education or experience which evidences a thorough knowledge of public relations, and advanced knowledge of management and government structure and process, and demonstrable analytical, organization, public speaking and persuasive writing skills.

    Job Duties (Summary):

    • Plans, coordinates, and directs communications programs and activities for air quality and solid waste management with communications staff (e.g., assist in establishing communications goals and objectives, develops implementation strategies, develops appropriate operating procedures, prioritizes, schedules, and monitors work flow, etc.); develops, submits and monitors public affairs budget; monitors and evaluates implementation of programs and strategies and recommends appropriate changes; assists in developing agency goals, objectives, policies and procedures; responds to critical and/or sensitive public relations issues.
    • Project management: Manages workflow, deadlines, and projects between Communications Department and Solid Waste District to ensure projects are completed on time and on budget. Ensures Communications work plan is followed and adjusts as new priorities and opportunities emerge. Coordinates air quality public initiatives with Agency staff.
    • Digital media management: Creates and implements overall digital media strategy to correspond with and support environmental initiatives, outreach, and promotion; Manages the department websites, podcasts, blogs, webinars, air quality alerts, digital marketing, and multiple social media platforms including posting, response, and tracking. Researches and remains informed about new communication technologies and tools for reaching various populations.
    • Supervises communications staff (e.g., schedules, assigns and reviews work, evaluates performance, instructs new personnel, recommends personnel actions, etc.); assists employees with complex or difficult assignments.
    • Speaks on behalf of and officially represents agency at various public events and meetings as requested; interprets and communicates official position on pertinent matters; receives researches and communicates problems and/or concerns of public officials and general public; serves as liaison between public interest groups and agency; investigates and resolves related matters of a particularly complex or sensitive nature; acts as internal consultant to divisions and assists in the development of strategic communications plans, and provides guidance on media relations, event planning, and development of publications.
    • Performs other related duties as required or assigned.
    • Attends training as needed or required.
    • Demonstrates regular and predictable attendance.

    Apply for this Position

    Apply with Indeed

    More information and application can be found here.


  • June 22, 2022 10:03 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Hamilton County R3source

    About this position:

    Deadline to Apply:

    • Open Until Filled

    Work Location:

    • Environmental Services, 250 William Howard Taft Cincinnati, OH 45219

    Work Hours:

    • Full-time/80 hours bi-weekly

    Starting Salary:

    • $22.55 per hour

    Highly Competitive Employee Benefits Package and Generous Paid Time Off

    We serve the residents of Hamilton County in more ways than you may realize! We make a difference in your everyday life with road maintenance, economic development, emergency response, public safety, services for our children and our families within the community, and more!

    Requirements:

    • Bachelor's degree in related field
    • two (2) years relevant experience
    • or equivalent combinations of education, training and/or experience which indicates a thorough knowledge of program/functional area issues and operations, government structure and process and an advanced knowledge of public relations
    • Must have valid driver’s license issued by the state of residency

    Job Duties (Summary):

    • Provides technical assistance to industries, businesses, and institutions (e.g. performs waste reduction and recycling assessments); assists with implementing waste reduction, reuse, composting, and recycling programs; provides accurate advice on waste disposal practices according to state and federal law; disseminates information pertinent topics).
    • Acts as the District coordinator and liaison for the Southwest Ohio Pollution Prevention Internship program. Develops long term relationships with businesses to host interns; Recruits, interviews, recommends interns for program; Evaluates project proposals, helps adjust proposals to fit mission of district and ensure success of project; Conducts training program for interns; acts as supervisory/mentoring role in collaboration with host industry.
    • Establishes and maintains rapport with business, industrial, institutional representatives; attends related meetings; gives presentations; develops and prepares workshops on waste reduction, recycling and related topics. Manage special projects related to business waste reduction, reuse, and recycling; performs research on topics related to business waste reduction programs.
    • Assist in preparing the annual report to the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (e.g., conducts commercial and industrial recycling survey).
    • Work collaboratively and provide support to other staff; assist with special projects and programs; evaluate program effectiveness and create reports; other duties as assigned.

    More information and application can be found here.

  • June 21, 2022 11:29 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Organization: Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

    About these positions:

    There are currently 19 different AmeriCorps based positions that are available at the Cincinnati Zoo. The deadline to apply for these 7/1.

    The following AmeriCorps positions are available to apply for:

    • Animal Excellence Research Coordinator (FULL-TIME)
    • Animal Lab Management - Animal Research Division Member (CREW-AIRS)
    • Education Conservation Projects Member (Full-Time)
    • Education for All Programs Member (FULL-TIME)
    • Global Conservation Member (FULL-TIME)
    • Horticulture – Community Garden Service Member (FULL-TIME)
    • Horticulture – Pollinator Conservation and Advocacy Member (FULL-TIME)
    • LCEAF Public Programs Member (FULL-TIME)
    • LCEAF School Programs Member (FULL-TIME)
    • Sustainability Impact Member (FULL-TIME)
    • Visitor Experience Member (FULL-TIME)
    • Wild Encounters Member (FULL-TIME)
    • ZooTeen Engagement Member (FULL-TIME)

    More information about this positions as well as applications for each of these positions can be found here.

  • June 21, 2022 11:11 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: US EPA

    About this position:

    General Engineer / Physical Scientist (Principle Investigator)

    Open & closing dates: 06/10/2022 to 06/24/2022

    Salary: $82,601 - $142,595 per year

    Pay scale & grade: GS 12 - 13

    Locations: 1 vacancy in the following locations - Edison, NJ; Cincinnati, OH

    (Telework eligible)

    Appointment type: Permanent

    Work schedule: Full-time

    This position is in the Office of Research and Development, Center for Environmental Solutions and Emergency Response, Water Infrastructure Division, Stormwater Management Branch.

    Duties:

    - Conduct independent research in to stormwater management, water infrastructure, community resilience and climate change using the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) Storm Water Management Model (SWMM) and/or National Stormwater Calculator (SWC) in response to EPA's priorities;

    - Lead a team of researchers;

    - Serve as a senior scientist and technical authority;

    - Manage extramural research projects related to in-house research support contract(s).

    When entering a Federal job at a grade level lower than the highest promotion potential level, you may be promoted to more complex duties and work more independently, as your career progresses. NOTE: Career ladder promotions are not automatic, and all eligibility and qualifications requirements must be met in order to progress to the next grade level.

    You will spend less than 25% of your work time on contracts, grants/cooperative agreements, and/or interagency agreements.

    One or more positions may be filled (in the organization advertised and/or in other organizations).

    More information and application can be found here.

  • June 14, 2022 10:42 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Imago

    About this position:

    Status: Accepting Applications

    General Description:

    The Imago Americorps members are critical members of the Imago team. They are involved in all the aspects of Imago’s programs and missions. This is an excellent opportunity to learn and practice mission based, aspirational work. If you are interested in sustainability, youth education, connecting with community, habitat restoration, nature preserve management, and much more, Imago is a place for you. You’ll have an opportunity to learn and practice several techniques and skills for doing authentic work to foster sustainability, community building, and nature connection.

    Qualifications:

    The ideal candidate will:

    • Be comfortable teaching elementary children
    • Have a passion for nature and the environment
    • Be capable working in hot, cold, rainy, muddy and buggy conditions
    • Be self-driven while also collaborating with several partners
    • Be an excellent presenter and communicator

    Schedule & Location:

    The internship starts at the beginning of September 2022, and runs through the end of July 2023. The work will primarily take place at Imago’s urban nature preserve in Price Hill, or at one of our partner school sites.

    Compensation:

    You will be hired as a member of Americorps. Americorps is a National Service organization. As an Americorps member you will join a collection of thousands of people who are performing community service throughout the nation. You will be a part of the local Notre Dame Mission Volunteers. Americorps members receive a stipend for their work as well as an education award at the end of the service. Click here for more information on Americorps. Click here for more information on the Notre Dame Mission Volunteers.

    To apply for this position:

    Fill out this super simple form – it helps us get to know you a little bit and set us up for a call.

    We’ll reach out to you to schedule a call – the call is quick intro to Imago, the position and gives you a chance to ask questions about each. After the call, we can each determine if we should continue with the interview process.

    If you have questions before you apply, contact Chris or Mo at office@imagoearth.org

    Read a full job description for this position here.

  • June 10, 2022 1:46 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Contemporary Arts Center

    About this position:

    Job Title: Teen Programs Manager

    Reports To: Creative Learning Director

    Position Status: Part-Time, Non-exempt

    SCOPE OF POSITION (General Description): This full-time position reports directly to the Creative Learning Director. They will work Monday-Wednesday 9-5, Thursday - Friday from 11am-7pm, and select Wednesday evenings. Main teen related responsibilities include planning and facilitating Young Adult Lab, working with teens through the Artist in Residence program and managing the Teen Council Program. Responsibilities also include helping to maintain the Art Lab and its inventory.

    TEEN PROGRAMS MANAGER SPECIFIC DUTIES:

     Serve as the main point of contact for our evening teen audience. Work with them on art projects developed by the Artists in Residence on Friday evenings. Thursdays teach and develop art making projects tied to our Young Adult Lab program.

     Data entry and record keeping for all teen programming.

     Assist the Artists in Residence in setting up tables and ordering and organizing art materials, developing flow sheets, clean up and welcoming visitors.

     Create and manage all Teen Programming at the CAC and some outreach events developed by the

    Teen Council. Duties include assisting young adult visitors with evening programming, general customer service, visitor sign in, evaluations, photographic documentation, assist in set up and take down, assist Artists in Residents and manage the development of art projects with the Teen Council

    and the Teen Council out of state field trip.

     Manage and develop the Young Adult College and Career series.

     Help maintain the 6 th Floor Creativity Center, along with the education staff, for visitor usage; this includes maintaining Art Lab and its supplies and ensuring that all educational spaces are clean and safe.

     Work towards building trust and connections between security, visitor services and our teen visitors.

     Perform other duties as assigned.

    ALL OF THESE DUTIES ARE TO BE DONE WITH OVERALL CAC BUSINESS IN MIND. THE PERSON IN THIS POSITION WILL BE CONCIOUS OF OTHER CAC PROGRAMS, EXHIBITION NEEDS AND CAC POLICY AND PROCEDURES.

    REQUIREMENTS:

     Bachelor’s degree with experience in fine arts, education, counseling and/or social work preferred. The ideal candidate will also have at least 2 years of experience working with or managing teens and young adults.

     Have a basic knowledge of working with teens from various demographics.

     Art making background or experiences in the art education field.

     Training or background experience in de-escalation procedures recommended. Or willingness to take trainings.

     Solid computer skills; Knowledge of MS Office a must (Word, PowerPoint, Access and Excel).

     Interest in contemporary art.

     Excellent verbal, writing and time management skills.

     This job requires stocking supplies- must be able to lift 30lb and use a ladder.

     Work schedule is Monday-Wednesday 9-5, Thursday–Friday evenings 11am-7pm, select Wednesday evenings and additional hours as needed to accommodate programming needs. Some flexibility with hours and evenings.

    The Contemporary Arts Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer where all applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, Veteran, or disability status.

    ABOUT THE CONTEMPORARY ARTS CENTER:

    Mission Statement:

    The Contemporary Arts Center brings art and the creative process to all people through exhibitions, performances,

    and experiences that open minds.

    Vision Statement:

    The CAC will champion open minds and foster an inclusive culture by using contemporary art and mutual learning as vehicles for connecting people, cultivating creativity, and catalyzing curiosity.

    Value Statements:

     Art has the power to create change by engaging with the issues of our time.

     We must be a civic and community hub for open conversation and artistic expression.

     Embracing diverse perspectives benefits everyone.

     As a non-collecting institution, we must evolve and take risks.

     Supporting artists, and making them accessible to our communities, drives empathy, creativity, and critical thinking.

    Application Process:

    Please send cover letter and resume by June 30, 2022, to: alaughlin@cincycac.org

    Learn more here.

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