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ECONOMICS FOR EMANCIPATION – CENTER FOR ECONOMIC DEMOCRACY
The Center for Economic Democracy is excited to launch Economics for Emancipation (E4E), a seven-module introductory curriculum that offers a deep critical dive into the current political economic system, exploration of alternative economic systems, and dynamic tools to dream and build the economy that centers care, relationship, and liberation.
DSNI DECONSTRUCTS PODCAST – DUDLEY STREET NEIGHBORHOOD INITIATIVE
The focus of the podcast is to examine the themes of land, affordable housing, development, democratic process, gentrification, climate change, and many more topics as they relate to community land trusts and the future of our cities and communities. Guests include Karilyn Crockett, John Barros, Lisa Owens, and the Greater Boston CLT network.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: 11TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT – GLOBAL ASSOCIATION OF MASTER’S IN DEVELOPMENT PRACTICE PROGRAMS (MDP), AND THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SOLUTIONS NETWORK (SDSN)
The Global Association of Master’s in Development Practice Programs (MDP), in collaboration with the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), will hold the Eleventh Annual International Conference on Sustainable Development (ICSD) on 18-20 September, 2023, in a hybrid format. The theme of the 2023 ICSD is “The Midpoint of the SDGs: Global and Local Progress & Challenges”. The aim of the conference is to bring together persons involved in research, policy, practice, and business. Participants will share practical solutions for achieving the SDGs at local and national levels. This year ICSD will accept abstracts within 7 themes, several of which have different “tracks” within them. This summary of all themes and tracks is intended to guide researchers as to where to submit their abstracts.
- Advancing Quality Education (5 tracks)
- Climate Change (3 tracks)
- Multidisciplinary Approaches to Development (3 tracks)
- Progress Made by the Private Sector in Meeting the SDGs (1 track)
- Social Sciences & Humanities (6 tracks)
- Sustainable Cities (3 tracks)
- The Digital Age (2 tracks)
Deadline: May 1
SUMMER COURSE IN SICILY – UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS BOSTON
The Department of Urban Planning and Community Development at UMass Boston is pleased to offer students interested in resident-led environmental stewardship and planning the opportunity to learn about and contribute to community-based organizations’ efforts to generate planning processes for a more sustainable and equitable Sicily (Italy). The CoPED program is a 10-day-long field experience in one distressed area on the Eastern Coast of Sicily. The program aims to study and directly contribute to the efforts of local officials and community organizations toward promoting regional development inspired by the values of social solidarity and environmental sustainability. The program offers the opportunity to learn about community development from an interdisciplinary perspective through a participatory action research methodology.
UEP ALUMNUS MENTORSHIP OFFERING – ALUMNUS, ALLISON QUAID
Fellow UEP Alumnus, Allison Quaid, is offering to help UEP students or Alumnus navigate their career search and share my own experience. I have worked and had leadership roles in government, business (most recently Airbus) and not-for-profit organizations, both in the US and Europe, and I am looking to be of service to a few students who might want some guidance about choosing a career path and/or international location. My company, Magnifiers, works with organizations to integrate sustainability into their processes, decision making and products. Open to mentoring students in the Spring of 2023.
LEED GREEN ASSOCIATE (GA) TRAINING – LEADINGGREEN
LEED is simply a sustainability scorecard for green buildings. As buildings can become LEED Certified, people can become LEED accredited! The best way to break into the sustainability space is to attain the LEED Green Associate. It also shows employers and clients you have certified knowledge in the field. Since the LEED GA exam doesn’t have a stellar pass rate, the value of the extra letters behind your name will carry even more weight. This course is instructed by a U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) Faculty member and is the most effective way to pass. The USGBC charges a $100 (reduced for students) fee for the actual exam, which can now be taken online from home.
Cost: $200 – Students can use the coupon code ‘green’ for $50 off (Discounted course price $150)
GREAT MIGRATION TO GLOBAL IMMIGRATION: A PROFILE OF BLACK BOSTON – BOSTON INDICATORS
April 6, Roxbury Community College Media Arts Center
Symbolized by the unveiling of The Embrace, the memorial to Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King, in January of 2023, new efforts have blossomed to help realize the unfulfilled promise of racial equity in our region. Recent political organizing has generated a new class of Black elected leadership. With this backdrop, our new report analyzes the region’s unique and growing intra-Black diversity, maps how residential patterns have shifted, and details how disparities by income and wealth manifest across Black communities. The program will include research presentations from Boston Indicators and James Jennings, Professor Emeritus, Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning, Tufts University. And it will conclude with a panel discussion moderated by Elizabeth Tiblanc, Director of Programs at Embrace Boston.
12TH GENDER AND CULTURE SYMPOSIUM: GROWING & GLOWING – TUFTS WOMEN’S CENTER
April 10-14, Women’s Center
For the 12th Women’s Center Symposium, our theme is “growing & glowing” and what that means to you. This year’s week-long symposium will be April 10th-14th focused on growing, healing, our identities, and glowing as we are. We are calling for creative, written, and media etc. submissions as our final event will be a gallery at the Women’s Center where we can view each other’s creations. We want you to bring yourself as you are to this symposium, and we want to celebrate you and your work. Submissions are due March 25th, 2023.
I HACK WATER: A HACKATHON – CONSORTIUM OF UNIVERSITIES FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF HYDROLOGIC SCIENCE (CUAHSI)
April 14-16, Cambridge, MA
I Hack Water is a collaborative space for exploring water issues. We invite you to join this 3-day hackathon to explore solutions to local water issues through innovative science communication and data access. We encourage participation from a wide range of backgrounds to broaden our collective understanding of water resources and deliver creative solutions that address local water issues. You will come away from I Hack Water with a better understanding of how to find, use, and communicate scientific data to inform local water issues and improve water literacy. This year’s event focuses on water issues local to the greater Boston area.
EQUICITY: THE ORIGINS, DEVELOPMENT AND FUTURE PROSPECTS OF THE URBAN COMMONWEALTH – UMASS BOSTON’S DEPARTMENT OF URBAN PLANNING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
April 6, UMass Boston
One of the most challenging aspects of Boston’s current economic boom is the income, wealth, and power disparities that have accompanied it. Mayor Michelle Wu has responded with a series of important new redistributive development policies and participatory planning proposals to advance social justice in the city. We cordially invite you to attend Professor Simon Parker’s lecture, which will explore the lessons learned from recent urban social reform movements and progressive city government experiences in Europe and the United States.
C3E WEBINAR: RELIABILITY, ENERGY MARKETS, & THE CLEAN ENERGY TRANSITION – CLEAN ENERGY EDUCATION & EMPOWERMENT
April 6, Virtual
Climate change is creating new, unforeseen challenges to maintaining reliability for utility customers across the Nation. From ice storms to heat domes, utilities face unprecedented operational challenges with increasing frequency. This webinar will present the reliability challenges caused by extreme weather events and discuss how utilities are leveraging regional collaboration and market enhancements to maintain reliability while continuing to make progress on long-term decarbonization goals.
2023 MIT ENERGY CONFERENCE – MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
April 11-12, Boston, MA
Our 2023 theme, “Transition Under Crisis: Technology, Investment, and Geopolitics,” will address the pressing global energy crisis. We will bring experts across the three key fields of technology, finance, and global policy to discuss critical solutions that will shape the future of the energy landscape, particularly during this time of uncertainty, urgency, and hardship.
GRADUATE CLIMATE FELLOWSHIPS – TUFTS CREATE SOLUTIONS
- Eligibility: Any Tufts graduate student or postdoctoral scholar who can identify at least two advisors from different disciplines or schools within Tufts is eligible.
- Awards: Fellowships may be awarded for summer and/or fall 2022. Fellowships begin at $5,000, but additional funding may be possible depending on need. Funds may be used to support tuition, stipends, and research expenses.
Deadline: April 17
SEED GRANT & FLAGSHIP PUBLICATION PROPOSALS – TUFTS CREATE SOLUTIONS
$1,000 – $15,000
- Seed Grants: We invite climate-related seed grant proposals from faculty from all disciplines who seek to start innovative research projects and collect preliminary data necessary to secure extramural funding. Preference will be given to applications that (1) foster collaborative and interdisciplinary research, and (2) are likely to lead to new research grants from extramural sources. Applications must explicitly address how seed funding brings together faculty across interdisciplinary boundaries and how the seed funding will facilitate efforts to secure new or additional sponsored research grants.
- Flagship Publications: The CREATE Solutions flagship publication series aims to be a “how-to” series for a range of climate-related topics. The goal is to elucidate how research at Tufts can contribute solutions to climate-related issues. Syntheses of existing scholarly research that clarifies what we know about how to address particular climate problems would also be within the scope of the series. This funding is intended for teams of researchers who have completed the vast majority of the scholarship necessary to put together the paper, and who are prepared to start immediately with writing.
Deadline: April 17
MASSACHUSETTS STATE LEGISLATIVE INTERNSHIP – MASSACHUSETTS STATE SENATE
The Office of Senator Will Brownsberger is accepting applications for part-time, unpaid, internships for the summer of 2023. There are two types of opportunities available – general office internships and legislative internships.
- General Office Internships are designed for applicants in the beginning stages of exploring policy-making and government, seeking opportunities to learn more and refine their interests.
- Legislative Internships are designed for those who have already gained some experience, either professionally or academically, and are looking to delve deeper into a topic of interest.
Deadline: April 10
CLEAN ENERGY INTERNSHIP PROGRAM – MASSACHUSETTS CLEAN ENERGY CENTER (MASSCEC)
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Internship Program helps prepare the next generation of clean energy workers by funding internships for college students and recent graduates at Massachusetts clean energy and water innovation companies. As an intern, you’ll gain valuable experience and have opportunities to network within the clean energy sector. You can get matched with an employer for a MassCEC-sponsored internship by creating an intern profile on our online Workforce Portal. You’ll then have access to view internship postings and potential employers will have the opportunity to review your qualifications and invite you to an interview. Our internship program runs all year, with Spring, Summer, and Fall sessions. Different types of internship opportunities are available for all educational backgrounds.
NACCED ANNUAL JOHN C. MURPHY SCHOLARSHIP – NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR COUNTY COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
The grant award will provide assistance in the amount of $1,500 to an undergraduate or graduate student currently attending an American college or university with a chosen field of study that includes course work in the areas of affordable housing and/or community and economic development and who exhibit financial need. Students may not be awarded a scholarship more than once.
BYRON HANKE FELLOWSHIP – FOUNDATION FOR COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION RESEARCH
The Foundation for Community Association Research (FCAR) awards its Byron Hanke Fellowship to selected graduate students to implement research projects related to the development, management and governance of common interest communities and their community associations.
Deadline: May 1
PROJECT MANAGEMENT INTERN – EMERALD CITIES COLLABORATIVE
$18 – $24/hr
The Project Management Intern (Intern) is a summer internship position based in Massachusetts. In this role, you would be part of a diverse program implementation team. You will report to the Community Engagement and Policy Manager and collaborate closely with other program managers at Emerald Cities. You’ll join the team at an exciting time as we work toward further developing our regional strategy for enhancing our civic engagement and economic inclusion work. The role will be a great mix of high-level strategic thinking, detailed analysis, and getting out into the field to meet with local partners directly. The Intern will provide strategic support for existing projects focused on prioritizing low-income and BIPOC communities in the transition to a clean energy economy.
URBANSHIFT PROGRAM & RESEARCH INTERN – WORLD RESOURCES INSTITUTE (WRI)
You will contribute to UrbanShift’s global platform through research and program management and engagement support on different urban sustainability topics: nature-based solutions, circular economy, climate action planning, energy efficiency, gender mainstreaming and more. You’ll assist the project management team in coordinating with our partners in international NGOs, think tanks, and multilateral development banks and organizing virtual and in-person training events.
GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE RESEARCH INTERN – NEW JERSEY FUTURE
New Jersey Future’s Mainstreaming Green Infrastructure (MGI) program seeks a current college student or recent graduate to research green infrastructure and municipal stormwater ordinances in New Jersey. The intern reports to the Policy and Program Coordinator.
Potential research questions include:
- Which municipalities have updated their stormwater control ordinances? How has this impacted the implementation of green infrastructure?
- In towns that have updated their Stormwater Control Ordinances as required by the NJDEP through the Stormwater Rule updates, are the requirements for green infrastructure being enforced? Who is in charge of enforcement? Are there any examples of the ordinances kicking in to require green infrastructure in a new warehouse or large development?
- Which municipalities are going beyond minimum requirements to expand green infrastructure in their communities?
- Which municipalities have large parking lots or other areas with large impervious cover that do not have green infrastructure? Use impervious coverage data from NJDEP and Google Maps Street View to investigate this question.
Deadline: April 10
2023 TCRC SEED GRANTS REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS OPEN – TISCH COLLEGE COMMUNITY RESEARCH CENTER (TCRC)
The Tisch College Community Research Center (TCRC) is a collaborative of community researchers, hosted at Tisch College, to help advance inclusive and multiracial democracy through community co-creation of research and knowledge. TCRC works to expand and support community research, with an emphasis on participatory approaches through partnerships between community organizations and Tufts faculty, students, and staff. Since 2008, TCRC has awarded more than 30 grants, investing over $300,000 to promote community-engaged research across all disciplines. The TCRC 2023-24 Request for Proposals seeks to support and pilot new community-Tufts collaborative research projects that investigate solutions to a community-identified need
Deadline: May 5
SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM – EDUCATION STRATEGY GROUP
ESG’s paid summer internship program is designed for current or recent graduate students or exceptional undergraduate students in public policy, education policy, or related fields who are dedicated to supporting innovative, cross-sector approaches to closing equity gaps in students’ postsecondary preparation, access, and success. Interns will play an integral role in the execution of projects across the firm through: (1) conducting quantitative and qualitative research and analysis; (2) supporting local or state-level technical assistance projects; (3) providing project management and logistical support; and/or (4) contributing to the development of tools, reports, and other written communications. For interns who demonstrate exceptional potential, there may be an opportunity to extend the internship through the school year or into a full-time staff position.
Interns will be expected to work 40 hours per week for approximately 10 weeks and will be compensated monthly at a rate of $30 per hour. ESG is a fully remote firm, thus all work will be conducted virtually.
Again, I am glad to discuss this opportunity further with interested parties and/or collaborate on an event to better amplify this opportunity.
CLEAN TRANSPORTATION, PRIZES INTERNSHIP – NEW YORK STATE ENERGY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (NYSERDA)
Albany, NY or New York, NY
$15 – $17/hr
The Clean Transportation Division seeks an intern with a keen eye for detail who is a team player, dependable, and eager to learn. Interns who are interested in transportation equity, clean transportation, clean energy, research, journalism, and data analysis are encouraged to apply. The intern will build writing and communication skills, research skills, data analysis skills, and will become more fluent in technical topics related to clean transportation. Additionally, this position will expose the Intern to a range of actors in government and clean transportation.
- Research case studies and solutions to challenges that the 10 winners of the NY Clean Transportation Prizes projects face
- Research, conduct interviews for, and write updates highlighting the progress of the 10 winners
- Support the evaluation of the Clean Transportation Prizes program design
- Provide management support
- Help field project questions and maintain project FAQs
- Coordinate efforts between NYSERDA teams
- Assist with stakeholder engagement
- Utilize Microsoft Excel and/or Tableau to produce graphs, tables and spreadsheet to track project progress
- Perform other responsibilities as assigned
MULTIFAMILY RESIDENTIAL INTERNSHIP – NEW YORK STATE ENERGY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (NYSERDA)
New York, NY
$15 – $17/hr
- Identify market barriers and opportunities through analysis and research and industry engagement
- Conduct cost-benefit analysis for budgets and impacts of interventions using spreadsheet analysis with well-documented assumptions
- Engage regularly with building owners, property managers, facility operators, architects, engineers, and energy service providers
- Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders on issues related to energy efficiency policy, market barriers and market creation, financing, and the regulatory environment
- Perform other responsibilities as assigned
MARKET CHARACTERIZATION AND EVALUATION INTERNSHIP – NEW YORK STATE ENERGY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (NYSERDA)
$15 – $17/hr
- Assist project managers in researching and analyzing topics related to program evaluation and energy markets, policies and technologies
- Assist in compiling large amounts of data over time, preparation of datasets, and data quality assurance
- Collect and organize information, including market data, in order to help implement evaluation plans, memos, reports, and other documents and presentations
- Create documents, guides and memos to communicate findings, recommendations and updates to internal staff
- Create charts, tables and other tools to communicate data
- Learn and utilize Microsoft SharePoint, Outlook, Teams and Excel
- Perform other responsibilities as assigned, including but not limited to completing preliminary documents for evolving evaluation projects, oversight lead for specific projects, and assistance with procurement issuance and proposal selection
IBTTA FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM – IBTTA FOUNDATION
The IBTTA Foundation – the research, education and charitable arm of the International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association – has established a scholarship program to assist current undergraduate and graduate students pursuing a degree in transportation-related fields (listed on eligibility tab below).
Deadline: April 19
DESIGN GRANTS 2023 CALL FOR PROPOSALS – SASAKI FOUNDATION
$2,500 – $15,000
We leverage design to tackle global challenges—especially those that adversely affect historically underrepresented communities. If you have ideas on how to foster community building and wellbeing or how to tackle housing or transit inequities, displacement of residents, or climate adaptation, apply today for one of our design grants.
Deadline: May 3
RESEARCH ASSOCIATE INTERN – SUSTAINABLE ENERGY ADVANTAGE
Framingham, MA (hybrid)
Summer Internship! Full-time! Hybrid!
Hourly; rate dependent on experience
Deadline: April 30
Contact: Dan Wilson
RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIP – TUFTS GLOBAL RESEARCH ASSISTANT PROGRAM
Athens, Greece and Medford, MA
UEP Lecturer Aggeliki Barberopoulou has a research assistantship position available in Summer 2023 for her project Historical Earthquakes: Why Exploitation of Historical Data is Important for Hazard Mitigation.
The student will receive initial training in working with historical earthquake records (eyewitness and seismograms):
- Organizing records is critical as it will define future steps but also continuing to analyze events and prepare material for publications in scientific journals.
- Student will produce a final report on the project, describing the research project and its results. Report will also include recommendations for future steps.
- Student may participate in a research paper on this topic, earning a co-author status if successful.
POLICY RESEARCH INTERN – MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE FOR A NEW COMMONWEALTH (MASSINC)
MassINC is seeking Policy Research Interns to assist with a variety of research projects. Undergraduate and graduate students may apply. Applications from students working on theses or policy exercises related to MassINC’s most recent research and students from Gateway Cities are especially encouraged. Most intern assignments involve significant research and writing. We ask students to devote a minimum of 12 hours per week to the position.
Deadline: Early April
EXTERN – CLARION ASSOCIATES
Clarion Associates is looking for an extern to work in their Denver office providing research, writing, and administrative services to support our challenging and exciting work from early June through mid-August 2023. Our interns are exposed to a large and diverse national consulting practice advising local governments on matters related to planning, zoning, housing, historic preservation, sustainability, and resilience. You will be paid to help us prepare plans, draft development codes, prepare graphics, edit documents, attend occasional client meetings, and conduct research that improves the quality of life and governance in the communities where we work.
Deadline: April 28
LAND USE FELLOW – NAUGATUCK VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
Waterbury, CT or Remote
$18 – $25/hr
The individual selected for this position will support regional planning efforts under the direction of the Director of Planning and the Senior Regional Planner for Housing and Integrated Development on a range of potential assignments related to land use, open space, housing, transportation, community revitalization, and economic development.
Typical assignments will include:
- Analysis of land use, demographic, economic, and housing data.
- Project management and report writing.
- Development of presentations, educational materials, and webinars for a variety of audiences.
- Community outreach related to ongoing projects.
Contact: Savannah-Nicole Villalba (UEP Alum)
POLICY & TRANSIT PLANNING INTERNSHIP – MASSACHUSETTS BAY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY (MBTA)
$21 – $24/hr
As an intern on the Policy & Transit Planning team, you will be part of a team that develops new policy for the MBTA while also planning for the organization’s needs for the future. As an intern, you will receive guidance and mentorship from department leaders. The work may include researching and developing new rider-focused policies, supporting the implementation of the MBTA’s strategic plan, supporting the development of long-term plans, and analyzing fare policies and products, including policy and operational decisions in preparation for a new, modernized fare payment system – AFC 2.0. This position engages with internal and external stakeholders to make tangible, positive impacts on riders.
SPRING 2023 STORMWATER INTERNSHIP – MASSACHUSETTS RIVERS ALLIANCE
The intern will play a key role in implementing Mass Rivers’ stormwater technical assistance curriculum program. The intern will: research a variety of stormwater-related topics and policies, compile available resources, develop training content, contribute to stormwater policy advocacy, populate Mass Rivers’ online stormwater toolkit, and assist with preparation and delivery of training workshops. The intern will gain valuable experience in environmental advocacy, technical assistance, and working in a small non-profit organization.
Contact: Danielle Dolan
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT INTERN – METROPOLITAN AREA PLANNING COUNCIL (MAPC)
$17.00 – $22.00/hr
The Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) is seeking a student intern to assist with developing and maintaining a database of regional stakeholders. This database will help us better manage our relationships with important individuals and organizations in our region and will streamline our engagement work when we begin new projects. The intern will also participate in the weekly outreach and engagement activities of the community engagement division as well as virtual event support as needed. This intern will also support our work to develop innovative frameworks for cities and towns in the hybrid engagement space, including advocacy with state decision-makers (more about our hybrid work here). This opportunity offers the chance to gain practical skills in a specific discipline as well as insight into current engagement practices and what a regional planning agency does.
THE TISCH FUND FOR CIVIC ENGAGEMENT – TISCH COLLEGE
Passionate about a social issue and need funding for a project or event? The Tisch Fund for Civic Engagement application is open for the Fall Semester! The Tisch Fund aims to support innovative initiatives and events that have a clear connection to civic life. Undergraduate & graduate students are eligible to apply for up to $1000 in funding for individual students or student groups and up to $1,500 for student groups including students from different Tufts schools or professional degree programs. Funding from Tisch College may be used to cover supplies, speaker honorariums, and other project expenses. For more details, please visit the Tisch Fund website or email Calvin Zhao at email@example.com.
Deadline: April 5
SENIOR ASSOCIATE: CLIMATE INITIATIVES – BUILDING ENERGY EXCHANGE
New York, NY
$60,000 – $70,000
SENIOR ASSOCIATE – CONVERGE STRATEGIES
Boston, MA or Washington, DC
$75,000 – $100,000
(today!) GROWTH ANALYST – ØRSTED AMERICAS
Boston, MA or New York, NY (hybrid)
$90,000 – $115,000
Deadline: April 3
GIS ANALYST – ØRSTED AMERICAS
Austin, TX or Charlottesville, VA
ENVIRONMENTAL EMERGENCY RESPONSE (EER) OPERATIONS UNIT CHIEF – STATE OF MISSOURI
Jefferson City, MO
$63,889 – $67,072
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – NMR GROUP
- Project Manager – $90,000
- Senior Evaluator
- Research Associate II or Engineering Analyst II – $60,000
- Research Associate I
Deadline: June 30
SENIOR PROGRAM OFFICER, SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURE INITIATIVE – WORLD WILDLIFE FUND (WWF)
Deadline: April 21
SOCIAL EQUITY TRUST FUND ADMINISTRATOR – MASSACHUSETTS EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF HOUSING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
$75,000 – $105,000
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – DORCHESTER BAY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
- Director of Resource Development ($100,000 to $120,000)
- Lending & Outreach Officer ($70,000 to $80,000)
- Business Assistance Officer ($70,000 to $80,000)
- Associate Director of Accounting ($55,000 to $65,000)
- Resident Engagement Coordinator ($55,000 to $65,000)
SENIOR SUSTAINABILITY CONSULTANT – ARUP
SENIOR ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNER – MASSACHUSETTS PORT AUTHORITY
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – LAWRENCE BERKELEY NATIONAL LAB
$105,480 – $159,720
- Policy Researcher (U.S. Department of Energy’s Connected Communities and National Community Solar Partnership initiative)
- Policy Researcher (Distribution System Planning and Electrification)
ASSOCIATE PLANNER – CITY OF BEVERLY
$54,826 to $62,807
COMMUNITY PLANNER FOR HOUSING AND EQUITY – JM GOLDSON
Deadline: April 20
DIRECTOR OF PLANNING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT – TOWN OF WARE
$65,000 – $70,000
SENIOR ORGANIZER – COMMUNITY LABOR UNITED
$65,000 – $75,000
AMESBURY COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR – CITY OF AMESBURY
TRUST FUND ADMINISTRATOR – EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF HOUSING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
$75,000 – $105,000
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – HARVARD OFFICE OF SUSTAINABILITY
Cambridge, MA or Remote
MAPC CLEAN ENERGY AND CLIMATE PLANNER II – METROPOLITAN AREA PLANNING COUNCIL
Boston, MA, Hybrid
$68,000 – $78,000
SENIOR DIRECTOR, CLIMATE CORPS – ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE FUND
$156,000 – $168,000
MANAGING DIRECTOR OF CLIMATE & ENERGY PROGRAM – UNION OF CONCERNED SCIENTISTS
Cambridge, MA/Washington, DC/Oakland, CA/Chicago, IL
ENERGY SECTOR CLIMATE RESILIENCE CONSULTANT – ICF
$80,656 – $137,116
PLANNER – CITY OF SOMERVILLE
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR – TOWN OF EASTHAM
$70,348 to $87,855
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST AND PLANNER – CITY OF FRAMINGHAM
$73,532 – $78,032
GIS ADMINISTRATOR – CITY OF MANCHESTER
$60,588 – $68,192
CONSERVATION AND ZONING DEPARTMENT SENIOR CLERK – CITY OF MARLBOROUGH
Deadline: April 30
Contact: Priscilla Ryder
TOWN PLANNER – TOWN OF CANTON
(today!) SENIOR/ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNER – TOWN OF SUDBURY
$69,804 – $91,810
Deadline: April 3
SENIOR CONSERVATION PLANNER – ICF
$82,673 – $140,544
CLEAN HEAT OUTREACH SPECIALIST – TOWN OF LEXINGTON
Contact: Maggie Peard
SUSTAINABILITY CONSULTANT – STEVEN WINTER ASSOCIATES
Norwalk, CT or Somerville, MA
$70,000 – $95,000
SPECIALIST, ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT – BOSTON UNIVERSITY
RESEARCH ASSOCIATE, URBAN THEORY LAB – THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
Contact: Alexander Arroyo (Associate Director, Urban Theory Lab)
VARIOUS POSITIONS – TUFTS UEP
- Part-time Lecturer, Philanthropy and Fundraising
- Part-time Lecturer: Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (non-tenure-track)
Contact: Maria Nicolau
COMMUNITY PROGRAMS DIRECTOR – WOONASQUATUCKET RIVER WATERSHED COUNCIL
DIRECTOR OF ECO INNOVATION – CODMAN SQUARE NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
$75,000 – $90,000
PROGRAM COORDINATOR – CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENT AND RESOURCE POLICY, THE FLETCHER SCHOOL
Medford, MA & Hybrid
$25.80 to $36.10 hourly
Contact: Sara Rosales Laverty
PROJECT MANAGER/URBAN OR ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNER – TETRA TECH
PART-TIME LECTURER – PUBLIC POLICY AND URBAN AFFAIRS – NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (PART-TIME) – MAD RIVER PATH
$25 – 30 per hour
GIS PROGRAM MANAGER – PEREGRINE ENERGY SOLUTIONS
Boulder, CO or Remote
SENIOR SUSTAINABILITY/RESILIENCE CONSULTANT WITH GREEN HOUSE GAS – NATIONAL – HALEY & ALDRICH
$75,000 – $150,000
MANAGER, POLICY & RESEARCH, AFRICA, DIAL – UNITED NATIONS FOUNDATION
ASSOCIATE PLANNER – TOWN OF HULL
MANAGER OF MPO ACTIVITIES – BOSTON REGION METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION
$95,000 – $110,000
MANAGER OF MPO PLANNING AND POLICY – BOSTON REGION METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION
$85,000 – $95,000
PROGRAM MANAGER, LONG-RANGE TRANSPORTATION PLAN – BOSTON REGION METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION
$80,000 – $90,000
TOWN PLANNER – TOWN OF BELMONT
$85,312 – $96,843
DEVELOPMENT AND DATA SYSTEMS MANAGER – GRASSROOTS INTERNATIONAL
REGIONAL PLANNING DATA ANALYST II – METROPOLITAN AREA PLANNING COUNCIL (MAPC)
$70,000 – $80,000
DIRECTOR OF REAL ESTATE – ISLAND HOUSING TRUST
Vineyard Haven, MA
$100,000 – $135,000
Deadline: May 11
Contact: Ann Silverman
SENIOR DIRECTOR OF COLLECTIVE IMPACT INITIATIVES – UNITED WAY OF MASSACHUSETTS BAY AND MERRIMACK VALLEY
$80,000 – $90,000
PROJECT DIRECTOR, SUSTAINABILITY, ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE – WSP
$76,500 – $155,900
PROJECT MANAGER/URBAN OR ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNER – TETRA TECH
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO: THE COLLEGE: SOCIAL SCIENCES COLLEGIATE DIVISION
- Instructional Professor in Environment, Geography and Urbanization – Global Environmental Change (Open Rank)
- Instructional Professor in Environment, Geography and Urbanization (Open Rank)
Contact: Alexander Arroyo
LAND USE OFFICIAL – TOWN OF MADISON
$29.82 – $41.66/hr
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF TRANSPORTATION – METROPOLITAN AREA PLANNING COUNCIL (MAPC)
$100,000 – $110,000
Contact: Marah Holland
SENIOR PLANNER – TOWN OF BURLINGTON
$68,000 – $78,000
Contact: Liz Bonventre
CLIMATE SCIENTIST – EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS
$81,529 – $100,000
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS
- Deputy Director Of Climate Adaptation & Resilience/Climate Finance Strategist – $75,653 – $90,000
- Deputy Director of Climate Equity & Environmental Justice – $75,653 – $90,000
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) ADMINISTRATOR – CITY OF NORTHAMPTON
$26.18 – $34.35/hr
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATOR/ASSISTANT TOWN ADMINISTRATOR – TOWN OF WHATELY
TRANSPORTATION SENIOR PLANNER OR PLANNER – BERKSHIRE REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION
$58,697 – $68,805 (Senior Planner), $49,894 –$56,475 (Planner)
SENIOR REAL ESTATE PROJECT MANAGER – B’NAI B’RITH HOUSING
Deadline: April 11
Contact: Ann Silverman firstname.lastname@example.org
TRANSPORTATION PLANNING & POLICY ANALYSIS CONSULTANT – EBP US
Contact: Jess Wilson
ESG MANAGER, SUSTAINABILITY – BAIN CAPITAL
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CITY OF BOSTON
- Director of Climate Resilience & Adaptation – $105,453 – $126,950
- Director of Environmental Quality – $105,453 – $126,950 (Deadline: May 6)
- Climate Environmental Planning Project Manager – $64,747 – $89,482 (Deadline: May 6)
- Executive Director Boston Conservation Commission – $70,698 – $96,228 (Deadline: May 6)
- Ordinance Review Board Manager – $70,698 – $96,228
DNI STEWARDSHIP MANAGER – DUDLEY NEIGHBORS INC.
$55,000 – $70,000
Contact: Sharon Cho
CAMPUS PLANNER – NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY
HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PLANNER – BARRETT PLANNING GROUP
PROPERTY TRANSFER PROJECT COORDINATOR FOR GREATER BOSTON CLT NETWORK – DUDLEY STREET NEIGHBORHOOD INITIATIVE
Contact: Minnie McMahon
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT (SRPEDD)
DIRECTOR OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY – CITY OF BOSTON
Contact: Tyesha Rogers
PLANNING ASSISTANT – TOWN OF SPENCER
UTILITY SYSTEMS IT ADMINISTRATOR – CITY OF DOVER
$60,652 – $78,188