Off the Wall

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Announcements

TA FOR IMPACT INVESTING COURSES – TUFTS UEP
Hiring TAs for two new Impact Investing courses to be offered this Spring through the UEP department. The courses encourage students to consider practical ways to bridge the gap between impact investors and the community and social venture needs for capital that will advance equity and sustainability. These will both be fun and engaging courses. In addition, both courses will be offered online beginning next academic year, and the TAs will be expected to assist in capturing key course content for conversion to digital content. The instructors estimate this to be an 8-hour-per-week position.

APA TRANSPORTATION PLANNING DIVISION STUDENT PAPER COMPETITION – AMERICAN PLANNING ASSOCIATION
The TPD is looking for outstanding student papers on current transportation planning or policy issues. The purpose is to recognize and reward work completed for courses in PAB-accredited graduate planning programs. The winners of the competition will be awarded a cash prize.

Deadline: February 10

COMMUNITY INTERPRETING CERTIFICATE PROGRAM – UNBOUND LANGUAGE JUSTICE COOPERATIVE
A 50-hour interpreting certificate program that trains bilingual and multilingual folks from our communities and organizations with the skills they need to become successful language interpreters in the areas of: community-based work, social services, social justice settings, non-profit organizations, K-12 educational settings, and grassroots organizations. Graduates of this program will be specially equipped to meet the unique interpretation needs of community-based, non-profit, grassroots, and social justice organizations, such as one-on-one client meetings, board and team meetings, workshops, and large gatherings and conferences, in person or online.

LIBERTY & JUSTICE FOR ALL: CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
“Liberty and Justice for all” is a new student-run magazine focused on diversity, representation, equity, justice, anti-racism and liberation. It is meant to represent marginalization and oppression and why we need DEIJ work and DSDI centers in the first place. Creative expression can be healing, and this magazine is meant to educate while supporting our community in expressing themselves. We are calling all students to submit artwork, poetry, collages, articles, stories, narratives, and anything that can be printed to the new DEIJ-focused magazine that goes along with the theme. If you are unsure of what to create, think about what terms diversity, justice, inclusion, and exclusion have meant to you or what you have seen. All work is welcomed as long as it falls under the theme. Virtual workshops will be offered on December 15. Please email marya.mahmood@tufts.edu with any questions and to submit!

Deadline: February 2

WANT TO BE A DIALOGUE AMBASSADOR? – TUFTS GENEROUS LISTENING & DIALOGUE CENTER (GLADC)
The Tufts Generous Listening & Dialogue Center (GLADC) is looking for students to co-facilitate conversations. This is a stipend position. Email GLADC for more information.

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS TO “VOLUME 27: OPEN” – CRITICAL PLANNING JOURNAL
We invite graduate students, scholars, artists, and activists to submit academic papers, fiction, poetry, manifestos, personal essays, or mixed media works that respond to our Call for Submissions. We encourage submissions from multiple disciplines and practices including but not limited to urban planning, history, art, architecture, ethnic studies, gender studies, geography, sociology, and anthropology.

Deadline: February 10

45 SUSTAINABILITY RESOURCES YOU NEED TO KNOW – PURDUE GLOBAL
Purdue Global’s “45 Sustainability Resources You Need to Know” guide outlines 45 noteworthy resources categorized by the following sustainability topics: Green Living, Climate Change & Environmental Protection News, Energy & Technology, Sustainability in Business & Government, Sustainability Careers, Sustainability & the Arts, and Ecotourism. It provides various informative and helpful green resources on how to live an environmentally friendly life.

MEDFORD SOLID WASTE SURVEY
The City of Medford launched a residential and business survey about waste this morning! If you live in Medford, please consider taking this short survey about your trash, recycling, and other waste. More information is in the press release here.


Events

“WE DON’T HAVE MUCH TIME:” RAISING CONSCIOUSNESS AND BUILDING THE FUTURE NOW THE 2023 REV. DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. ANNUAL CELEBRATION – TUFTS AFRICANA CENTER, TISCH COLLEGE OF CIVIC LIFE, AND THE UNIVERSITY CHAPLAINCY

January 30, Breed Memorial Hall

Join the Africana Center, Tisch College of Civic Life, and the University Chaplaincy for the annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Celebration. This year’s theme, “We Don’t Have Much Time:” Raising Consciousness and Building the Future Now, is inspired by a series of lectures that King offered in 1968 that were published as a book entitled Martin Luther King and the Trumpet of Conscience Today. We will welcome Black feminist scholar Dr. Reìgine Michelle Jean-Charles as our keynote speaker. Following her keynote address, attendees will engage in facilitated table discussion about what it looks like to personally and communally take action in our lives and campus now. The event will also feature student artists and musicians as well as winner(s) of the MLK Student Voices Award. Dinner is provided. Please email University Chaplaincy program manager Nora Bond with any questions or accessibility needs. We will have ASL interpretation on-site.

THE DR. MAURICE S. SEGAL LECTURE: “AIR POLLUTION: A CLIMATE AND HEALTH EMERGENCY, AND HOW WE CAN TACKLE IT” – THE FLETCHER SCHOOL

February 6, ASEAN Auditorium

Jane Burston is the founding executive director of the Clean Air Fund, a global philanthropic organization that works with governments, funders, business, and campaigners to create a future where everyone breathes clean air. Jane was featured by WIRED as one of their changemakers of tomorrow and was named a ‘Young Global Leader’ of the World Economic Forum and a social entrepreneur of the year in the UK. 

FILM & LECTURE SERIES – ESSEX COUNTY GREENBELT
Multiple Dates and Locations

With a multitude of ways to experience nature, Greebelt’s informative and inspiring Film + Lecture Series offers something for everyone!

STORYTELLING FOR CHANGEMAKERS – TUFTS UEP
January 27 & February 10, Medford Campus (Room TBD)

Going back to our earliest ancestors, stories have been a critical part of how we learn, grow, and understand our place in the world. Yet, many policymakers, researchers, and community organizers continue to rely on “hard data” as the only way to enact meaningful social change. Educating the public on “the facts” is an important component of change-making work, but facts alone consistently fail to significantly shift folks’ mindsets because our brains are hardwired to reject information that doesn’t align with our existing worldview.

In this workshop, we will:

  • Dive into the research on storytelling as a tool for political will-building and social change
  • Explore what elements create a compelling story
  • Analyze dominant cultural narratives on topics such as housing, transportation, race, climate, and more
  • Put this knowledge to use by crafting stories of our own

Registration will be limited to 12 people. If there is greater interest, preference will be given to those who are in their final semester and/or those who register first.


Internships/Fellowships/Grants

ENERGY ANALYST SUSTAINABILITY FELLOWSHIP – BURLINGTON ELECTRIC DEPARTMENT 

$8,000

Deadline: February 10

Contact: Alexis Dwyer, Alexis.Dwyer@unh.edu 

APPLY NOW! SPRING 2023 STORMWATER INTERNSHIP (PAID)  – MASSACHUSETTS RIVERS ALLIANCE

$15 per hour

Contact: Danielle Dolan, danielledolan@massriversalliance.org

RESEARCH ASSISTANT – TUFTS UEP
Medford, MA

UEP grad student sought to assist Prof. Hollander with quantitative research and spatial analysis. 5-10 hours per week. $20/hr.  Work study award required. For info, check out: go.tufts.edu/Hollander. To apply, send email with resume to Prof. Hollander

2023 UNH SUSTAINABILITY FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM – UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
UNH Sustainability Fellowships pair exceptional students from UNH as well as colleges and universities across the nation with host organizations to work on transformative sustainability initiatives. Each summer, Fellows undertake challenging sustainability projects that are designed to create an immediate impact, offer an extraordinary learning experience, and foster meaningful collaboration. 
$8,000

Deadline: February 10

SAN FRANCISCO PLANNING INTERNSHIPS SUMMER 2023 – CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO PLANNING DEPARTMENT
San Francisco, CA

This coming summer, we will have 12 paid ($31.69 per hour) intern positions.  The 40 hours per week, 12-week program starts on Monday, June 5, and ends on Friday, August 25. If selected, the intern will be paired up with a Senior Planner / Supervisor to work on one of the below projects:

  • SF Citywide Cultural Resources Survey (two positions)
  • Preservation Equity (Mills Act and Landmark Designation) Audit
  • Historic Resource Findings Audit
  • Sunset District Community Development
  • Equity Library: Tools and Resources for Staff Development
  • Environmental Monitoring
  • SF Young Planners Program
  • Housing Element Implementation and Rezoning
  • Shared Spaces Equity Projects
  • Storytelling – Area Plan Capital Projects
  • Outreach for Transportation Policy and Planning Projects

Deadline: January 27

KUEHN FELLOWSHIP – KUEHN CHARITABLE FOUNDATION  

The Kuehn Fellowship is a two-year practice- based, paid fellowship for recent masters or professional level graduates for whom it provides a distinctive entry into the world of affordable housing and community development.  Six fellows will be selected in a competitive process for a July 2023 start date at a Greater Boston-based housing nonprofit. 

$73,500

Deadline: February 10

Contact: Loryn Sheffner

WASTE REDUCTION & RECYCLING INTERN –  BOSTON HOUSING AUTHORITY
Boston, MA

The Boston Housing Authority is looking to fill a part-time paid internship position focused on Waste Reduction and Recycling at our housing developments. This intern would be responsible for helping BHA meet its waste reduction goals through community engagement and education, the development of a program for composting, and more.

Deadline: December 31

2023 DOE SCHOLARS PROGRAM  – U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY (DOE) 
Washington, DC or Other

The DOE Scholars Program is a Department-wide program designed to create a pipeline of highly qualified talent in disciplinary fields that support mission-critical areas of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). The DOE Scholars Program provides opportunities designed to introduce DOE missions, functions, and operations to talented undergraduate and graduate students, as well as recent graduates. These opportunities will help prepare Scholars for the full range of entry and mid-level research, technical and professional positions within DOE and other organizations that support the DOE mission. 

$750/week

Deadline: January 23

GRADUATE RESEARCH POSITION IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION – TUFTS UNIVERSITY

Medford, MA

Our research team is seeking to hire a graduate student to support a research study on anti-racism efforts in engineering education. With support from our team, this graduate student will be primarily responsible for conducting a qualitative study examining Black students’ experiences in engineering teamwork. This student will also gain quantitative research skills in educational research by collecting and analyzing survey data. The student should have expertise in some combination of education research and qualitative research methods, as well as a desire to learn statistical analysis and data management.

$20/hr

Contact: Dr. Trevion Henderson

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT INTERN – METROPOLITAN AREA PLANNING COUNCIL (MAPC)

Boston, MA

The Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) is excited to announce a new winter/spring internship program for students enrolled in programs in urban planning, community engagement, communications, public administration and related fields at Massachusetts state colleges and universities. The program, open to all qualified applicants, seeks to develop a pipeline of talented individuals from underrepresented backgrounds into the urban and regional planning fields. We encourage students from a broad spectrum of backgrounds who reflect the diversity of the 101 communities we serve.    

This January we are 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.   

$17.00 – $22.00/hr

2023 TISCH SUMMER FELLOWS

Full-time, 10-week fellowship positions address a broad scope of social issues and interest areas. Opportunities are based in greater-Boston, New York City, Providence, RI, Portland, ME (TUSM only), and Washington, DC with the capacity for in-person work. Remote opportunities will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis and might not be available during the 2023 program period. Participants receive a living allowance.

Applications open December 12, 2022, with a submission deadline of January 27, 2023, at 11:59 p.m

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT INTERN – METROPOLITAN AREA PLANNING COUNCIL
Boston, MA

This January, we are 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 and insight into current engagement practices and what a regional planning agency does.   

PART-TIME RESEARCH ANALYST – CADMUS

Remote

Cadmus seeks a part-time Research Analyst to join our Energy Services business unit, focused on Residential, Commercial, and Industrial Energy Efficiency. This position is an opportunity to apply engineering skills as a consultant and to draw valuable conclusions by collecting and analyzing data on how complex systems operate under real-world conditions. This position will support Cadmus’ industrial decarbonization team. Cadmus has been at the forefront of the energy efficiency industry and is expanding into one of the most impactful decarbonization efforts, the industrial sector. Strong candidates will enjoy solving complex engineering problems, researching innovative technologies, and conducting energy efficiency evaluations.

GCA SCHOLARSHIPS – THE GARDEN CLUB OF AMERICA
The Garden Club of America is a national leader in the fields of horticulture, conservation, and civic improvement. Founded in 1913, The Garden Club of America is a volunteer nonprofit organization comprised of 199 member clubs and approximately 18,000 club members throughout the country. GCA members passionately devote their energies and expertise to a wide array of projects in their communities and across the nation. To promote greater understanding of the interdependence of horticulture, environmental protection, and community improvement, The Garden Club of America annually awards over $300,000 in scholarships, including the prestigious Rome Prize and The Garden Club of America/Royal Horticultural Society Interchange Fellowship.

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE INTERN – SUSTAINABLE ENERGY ADVANTAGE
Framingham, MA

We are seeking an enthusiastic, dedicated, organized Research Associate intern capable of
contributing to a thriving consulting practice in supporting the needs of a diverse set of clients
and tasks. In this position, you will perform research as well as quantitative market, financial,
and economic analysis pertaining to the renewable energy industry. This position represents an
opportunity to gain exposure to and experience with a wide range of topics and stakeholders
active in the renewable energy industry. The deadline for the summer internship is April 1st.

Contact: Dan Wilson

POLICY & TRANSIT PLANNING INTERNSHIP – MASSACHUSETTS BAY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY (MBTA)
Boston, MA

As an intern on the Policy & Transit Planning team, you will be part of a team that develops new
policies for the MBTA and engages with internal and external stakeholders to make tangible,
positive impacts on riders. A large component of this work will include conducting data analysis
and modeling to inform strategic policy and operational decisions in preparation for a new,
modernized fare payment system – AFC 2.0. We are seeking a person with an analytical mind
who is interested in learning about how data can be translated effectively with internal and
external stakeholders to inform policy decisions.

$21 to $24 per hour

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 calvin.zhao@tufts.edu.

Deadline: April 5


Employment Opportunities

SUSTAINABILITY COORDINATOR  – TOWN OF FREEPORT 
Freeport, ME

Deadline: January 26
Contact: Judy Hawley, Assistant Town Manager  

SENIOR HOUSING AND LAND USE PLANNER  – METROPOLITAN AREA PLANNING COUNCIL 
Boston, MA
$75,000 – $85,000

Deadline: March 30
Contact: hr@mapc.org   

SENIOR RESEARCH ASSOCIATE – MASSINC 
Boston, MA (hybrid/remote possible)
$85,000-$95,000

Deadline: February 15
Contact: Andre Leroux

SENIOR REAL ESTATE PROJECT MANAGER – B’NAI B’RITH HOUSING
Brighton, MA

Deadline: April 11
Contact: Ann Silverman 

(new!) SENIOR HOUSING PLANNER – TOWN OF BROOKLINE

Brookline, MA

$85,802

Deadline: January 27

(new!) SENIOR REAL ESTATE PROJECT MANAGER – B’NAI B’RITH HOUSING

Boston, MA

STAFF PLANNER – CITY OF GLOUCESTER

Gloucester, MA

$60,373 – $75,852

Deadline: January 26

TRANSPORTATION PLANNING & POLICY ANALYSIS CONSULTANT – EBP US
Boston, MA

Contact: Jess Wilson

SUSTAINABILITY COORDINATOR – TOWNS OF FREEPORT AND YARMOUTH
Freeport, ME

Deadline: January 26

SOLAR PROJECT MANAGER – ONEENERGY RENEWABLES
Washington, DC

Deadline: January 27
Contact: Steve Griffith

PROJECT MANAGER, ACQUISITIONS & PRESERVATION – THE COMMUNITY BUILDERS
Boston, MA

Deadline: March 31
Contact: Amanda Kelly, Talent Acquisition Leader

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST – TOWN OF MANCHESTER
Manchester, CT

$73,391 – $88,073

Deadline: January 30
Contact: Gary Anderson, Director of Planning and Economic Development

ESG MANAGER, SUSTAINABILITY – BAIN CAPITAL
Boston, MA

SPATIAL DATA SPECIALIST – SMITH COLLEGE
Northampton, MA

SENIOR PLANNER (OR PLANNER) COMMUNITY PLANNING – BERKSHIRE REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION (BRPC)
Pittsfield, MA

$49,894 – $56,475

SURVEY STATISTICIAN – DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT, ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR POLICY DEVELOPMENT AND RESEARCH
Multiple Locations

$116,393 – $183,500

SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER – B’NAI B’RITH HOUSING
Boston, MA

****MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CITY OF MEDFORD
Medford, MA

PRINCIPAL PLANNER – CITY OF FITCHBURG
Fitchburg, MA

$66,040 – $95,264

MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CITY OF BOSTON
Boston, MA

SENIOR PROGRAM OFFICER GCF ACCREDITED ENTITY – 23010 – WWF
Washington, DC

Deadline: January 28

ENERGY ENGAGEMENT ASSOCIATE PLANNER – CITY OF CAMBRIDGE 
Cambridge, MA
$64,545 – $91,137

Contact: Meghan Shaw

ASSOCIATE II, PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FINANCE – SILICON VALLEY BANK
Boston, MA

$89,378 – $98,927

****DNI STEWARDSHIP MANAGER – DUDLEY NEIGHBORS INC.
Roxbury, MA
$55,000 – $70,000

Contact: Sharon Cho 

SENIOR FINANCE AND OPERATIONS MANAGER – HAND IN HAND: THE DOMESTIC EMPLOYERS NETWORK
Remote, U.S. based
$70,000 – $80,000

Deadline: January 27
Contact: Zoë Ackerman 

ENGAGEMENT + PROGRAMS COORDINATOR  – FRIENDS OF THE MARY ELLEN WELCH GREENWAY
Hybrid/East Boston
$35-40 per hour

Deadline: January 30
Contact: eastiegreenway@gmail.com

CAMPUS PLANNER – NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY
Boston, MA 

CLIMATE PROJECT MANAGER – TRUST FOR PUBLIC LAND
Remote

$75,000 – $85,000

****ASSOCIATE POSITION – SBFRIEDMAN DEVELOPMENT ADVISORS
Chicago, IL

HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PLANNER – BARRETT PLANNING GROUP
Hingham, MA

SENIOR PLANNER – TOWN OF READING
Reading, MA

$67,548 – $87,379

SENIOR HOUSING OFFICER FOR STREET HOMELESSNESS INITIATIVES – MAYOR’S OFFICE OF HOUSING (MOH)
Boston, MA

$72,104 – $105,160

COMMUNITY ORGANIZER – SLINGSHOT
Boston, MA

$50,000

SUSTAINABILITY COORDINATOR – HISTORIC NEW ENGLAND
Regional Office or fully-remote

$50,000

Deadline: January 31
Contact: Ben Haavik

PROPERTY TRANSFER PROJECT COORDINATOR FOR GREATER BOSTON CLT NETWORK – DUDLEY STREET NEIGHBORHOOD INITIATIVE 
Remote

Rate Negotiable

Contact: Minnie McMahon

ENGINEERING ASSET MANAGEMENT TECHNICIAN – CITY OF PORTLAND
Portland, ME

$1,000 – $1,019/week

****MASSACHUSETTS ENERGY POLICY ADVOCATE – GREEN ENERGY CONSUMERS ALLIANCE
Massachusetts

$50,000 – $65,000

TRANSPORTATION/TRANSIT PLANNER – SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT (SRPEDD)
Taunton, MA

$50,000 to $57,000

Deadline: January 31

ASSISTANT PLANNING DIRECTOR – CITY OF BEVERLY
Beverly, MA

$74,001 – $79,678

PROJECT MANAGER OR SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER – PLANNING OFFICE FOR URBAN AFFAIRS

Boston, MA
$80,000 to 105,000

Deadline: February 10
Contact: Ann Silverman

SENIOR REAL ESTATE PROJECT MANAGER – CODMAN SQUARE NDC

Dorchester, MA

$90,000 – $100,000

Contact: Ann Silverman

DIRECTOR OF REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT – CODMAN SQUARE NDC

Dorchester, MA

$135.000 – $155,000 (negotiable)

Deadline: February 10

Contact: Ann Silverman

GRANTS COORDINATOR/ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT – TOWN OF SOUTHBRIDGE

Southbridge, MA

$57,515

PUBLIC SAFETY SYSTEMS IT ADMINISTRATOR – CITY OF DOVER

Dover, NH

$60,652 –  $78,187

UTILITY SYSTEMS IT ADMINISTRATOR – CITY OF DOVER

Dover, NH

$60,652 –  $78,188

****GIS COORDINATOR – STATE OF CONNECTICUT, OFFICE OF POLICY AND MANAGEMENT

Hartford, CT
$85,957 – $110,549

****GIS FIELD TECHNICIAN – EVARI GIS CONSULTING
Boston, MA

$18.50/hr

****AFFIRMATIVELY FURTHERING FAIR HOUSING CONSULTANT (PART-TIME CONSULTANT) – BOSTON TENANT COALITION
Boston, MA or Remote

$40-$50 hourly

URBAN PLANNER/DESIGNER – AGENCY
Cambridge, MA

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, BOSTON CONSERVATION COMMISSION – CITY OF BOSTON
Boston, MA

$69,311 – $94,341

Contact: Tyesha Rogers

****MEPA ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYST V – MASSACHUSETTS OFFICE OF ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS
Boston, MA

$80,471 – $118,539

GIS ANALYST – TOWN OF CONCORD

Concord, MA 

$57,407-$86,590

DEPUTY DIRECTOR – NEWVUE COMMUNITIES

Fitchburg, MA 

$95,000

Deadline: January 31

Contact: Ann Silverman

****AFFIRMATIVELY FURTHERING FAIR HOUSING CONSULTANT (PART-TIME CONSULTANT) – BOSTON TENANT COALITION

Boston, MA, Remote

$40-$50 hourly

Contact: Kathy@bostontenant.org

CITY PLANNER – CITY OF PITTSFIELD

Pittsfield, MA

$68,135 – $88,576

TRANSPORTATION PLANNER – MASSPORT
Boston, MA

$100,000 – $110,000

Contact: Sarah Lee

****GIS ANALYST – TOWN OF CONCORD
Concord, MA

$57,407 – $86,590

****RESIDENT SERVICES COORDINATOR (BI-LINGUAL) – METRO WEST COLLABORATIVE DEVELOPMENT
Boston, MA

****ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH MANAGER – RESILIENT SISTERHOOD PROJECT

Boston, MA

Contact: Fiona Almeida (Director of Programs and Operations)

****LAND USE COORDINATOR – TOWN OF TOWNSEND

Townsend, MA

$57,148

****DIRECTOR OF ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY – DORCHESTER BAY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

Boston, MA

$130,000-$140,000

****PROPERTY TRANSFER PROJECT COORDINATOR – GREATER BOSTON COMMUNITY LAND TRUST NETWORK

Remote/Greater Boston

TOWN PLANNER – TOWN OF DALTON
Dalton, CT

$50,000

Contact: Thomas W. Hutcheson, Town Manager

****TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM MANAGER – MERRIMACK VALLEY PLANNING COMMISSION (MVPC)
Haverhill, MA

$90,000 – $125,000

****CAMPAIGN MANAGER – MASSPIRG
Boston, MA

$26/hr

****LAND USE AND INSPECTIONAL SERVICES DIRECTOR – TOWN OF UPTON
Upton, MA

$83,500 – $94,000

GIS SPECIALIST – EPSILON ASSOCIATES

Maynard, MA

Contact: Barry Fradkin

MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CITY OF BOSTON
Boston, MA

Contact: Tyesha Rogers

****PROGRAM COORDINATOR – GREEN CAMBRIDGE
Cambridge, MA

$18/hr

TRANSPORTATION PLANNER/ENGINEER – BARNSTABLE COUNTY/CAPE COD COMMISSION

Barnstable, MA

$69,802 – $76,271

Contact: Justyna Marczak

****ASSISTANT TOWN PLANNER / GRANTS ADMINISTRATOR (PART-TIME) – TOWN OF ATHOL

Athol, MA

$22.46 – $26.03

Contact: Eric R. Smith, Director of Planning and Community Development

****CITY RESEARCH ANALYST (SHORT-TERM CONSULTANT) – INTERNATIONAL FINANCE CORPORATION (IFC)Remote

****SENIOR TRANSPORTATION PLANNER – CITY OF WATERTOWN
Watertown, MA

$66,041-$74,330

Open until filled

****ASSISTANT TOWN PLANNER – TOWN OF WAREHAM
Wareham, MA
$29.93/hr

Contact: Ken Buckland

****PROGRAM AND COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR (PART-TIME) – SECOND CHANCES
Somerville, MA
$20 – $22/hr

Contact: Andrea Shapiro

****REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLANNER – NORTHEASTERN VERMONT DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION (NVDA)
St. Johnsbury, VT
$40,000 – $45,000

****MULTIPLE POSITIONS – GREENROOTS
Chelsea, MA

****TRANSPORTATION ENGINEER/PLANNER – MERRIMACK VALLEY PLANNING COMMISSION (MVPC)
Haverhill, MA
$70,000 – $100,000

Contact: Tony Collins (MVPC Transportation Planner/UEP Student)