The cost to post a job on this page is $35 per listing. All jobs are posted here and in our e-newsletter, which goes out weekly to 13,000+ subscribers. To submit your job, please fill out this form.
The City of Providence is looking to hire an energy manager.
Responsibilities: Oversee the city’s municipal energy use and costs; leverage data to drive municipal and school energy-efficiency programs as well as renewable-energy initiatives throughout the city; lead the development of programs to support citywide decarbonization goals established in the city’s Climate Justice Plan.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a related field; minimum of five years experience in energy management; knowledge of energy efficiency, renewable energy, and decarbonization; ability to lead work groups, facilitate meetings, and manage complex projects and partnerships; advanced knowledge of policy analysis, environmental planning, and project management; excellent communication and writing skills, with experience writing reports.
Compensation: $69,029 to $78,125 per year.
To apply: Fill out an application at jobs.providenceri.gov.
Environmental Field Technician
The Southern Rhode Island Conservation District is looking to hire an environmental field technician
Responsibilities: Assist the USDA and Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) with providing natural-resource planning and technical assistance through implementation of conservation practices; conduct site assessments to identify natural resource concerns; develop farm conservation plans; plan and implement NRCS contracts with existing and new clients by conducting outreach, creating maps with ArcGIS software, and assisting new clients with applications; walk through forests and agricultural properties to observe and assess/evaluate natural resource concerns.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree preferred; associate degree combined with equivalent experience acceptable; strong background in environmental sciences, with an emphasis on soil/plant science, agriculture, natural resources, conservation, wetlands/hydrology, and botany; experience in field and office settings preferred; proficiency in ArcGIS 10 or ArcPro; computer literacy and database management required; knowledge of local and state laws and regulations pertaining to agriculture, conservation, and compliance is preferred but not required; background check required.
Compensation: Pay for this full-time position starts at $20 per hour, commensurate with experience; 40 hours annual paid sick leave; observance of most state and federal holidays; two weeks accrued paid vacation time; contribution to a qualified retirement account.
To apply: Send resume, one-page cover letter, and three professional references to Kyle Lemoine at email@example.com by Oct. 16.
Part-Time Development Associate
ecoRI News is looking to hire a part-time independent contractor to assist its publisher in growing the organization’s revenue in the following areas: grants, advertising, sponsorship, fundraising events, membership, and major gifts. The right candidate will focus on driving revenue in one or two of these areas based on their background and experience.
Responsibilities: Identify and research individual, corporate or foundation prospects; cultivate sponsor and advertising leads; solicit major gifts; sell sponsorships and advertisements; research new revenue models.
Qualifications: Proven track record in one of the following areas: grant writing, ad sales, business development, nonprofit development, or major gifts; granular knowledge of the Rhode Island business and philanthropic landscape; ability to work independently from home; ability to communicate effectively with multiple audiences; excellent written and communication skills; an understanding of media business a plus.
Compensation: $50 to $60 an hour based on experience (up to 10 hours a week); six-month contract with potential for renewal.
To apply: Send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put “Development Associate” in the subject line.
Join Our Mission
Become a Member
Stories That Matter, in Your Inbox Every Tuesday
Become a Sponsor
Align your company or brand with ecoRI NewsBecome A Sponsor Today