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Temporary Conservation Assistant
The Town of Burlington is seeking applicants for the position of temporary Conservation Assistant. Responsibilities include assisting the Conservation Administrator in administering and enforcing the Wetlands Protection Act and local wetland and stormwater bylaws; including reviewing plans and applications, drafting permits/decisions and performing site visits. The position involves daily interaction with residents, applicants and municipal officials, and requires strong verbal, writing and computer skills. Bachelor’s degree in environmental science, natural resource management or a related field required. Experience working in municipal conservation strongly preferred.
Salary is $28.42 per hour, and does not participate in the Town-benefits program. This is a three-month, full-time position, however strongly qualified applicants with less than full-time availability will be considered. Anticipated need for this position is from approximately mid-June until mid-September of 2017.
Applications received by 12:00pm April 21, 2017 will receive first consideration. Position will remain open until filled.
Please note: MA General Laws mandate that any individual having direct contact at any time with either children or senior citizens be subject to CORI screening by the Criminal History Systems Board. Any conditional offer of employment is contingent upon satisfactory CORI results.
Dental Hygienist, Anaconda Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center
Global Health Care Group is looking for a Dental Hygiene to provide services for the Anaconda Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center, in Anaconda, Montana.Available Position: Dental Hygienist.
Place of Performance: Anaconda Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center, in Anaconda, MT 59711.Facility Information: Job Corps is a no-cost education and career technical training program administered by the U.S. Department of Labor that helps young people ages 16 through 24 improve the quality of their lives through career technical and academic training. The Center has classroom facilities, hands on trade education, a cafeteria, health services, recreational facilities, and dormitories. During the students’ enrollment (typically about 8 months), Job Corps assists students in attaining and maintaining optimal health by providing basic on-Center health services to include promotion, prevention, assessment, intervention, and follow-up care. In addition, Job Corps strives to educate students regarding the connection between maintaining a healthy lifestyle and being employable. Approximately 236 students live full-time at the Anaconda Job Corps Center.
Basic Scope of Work (includes but it is not limited to): The Job Corps Center is required by the Department of Labor to provide basic medical and dental services to students. The dental Hygienist will perform preliminary oral examination; take bitewing and periodical X-Rays, Perform prophies, scale and root plane, Oral hygiene instructions including chair-side counseling on brushing, flossing and nutrition; Education on hazards and risks of smokeless tobacco, Process own instruments and tray set-ups, chart documentation (existing restorations, missing teeth, lesions), and classifying occlusion.
1 day per week (6 hours per week). Work will be performed between the hours of 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. The specific week day will be mutually agreed upon by the Wellness Manager and the Dental Hygienist and must coincide with the work schedule of the Center Dentist. Services are required 48 weeks per year, except during the two (2) week annual Christmas Break and July 4th periods.
Period of Performance: One base year with four 12 month option periods, which may be exercised at the Contracting Officer’s discretion.
License: The Dental Hygienist must be license/certified in the State of Montana.
Education: Must have graduated from an accredited Dental Hygienist school.
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Conservation Vision Project Manager
The Conservation Vision Project Manager manages innovative planning projects related to open space, trails and parks for urban and rural communities throughout the United States. The Planning and GIS Group (comprised of regional/urban planners and GIS experts) provides an array of services for external partners and field staff in The Trust for Public Land’s 30+ offices. The planning services fit roughly into the following categories:
- Greenprinting and conceptual trail planning: long-range, community-based planning, with award-winning Geographic Information Services (GIS)
- City park system visioning and city park master planning
- Research: developing case studies; surveying best practices; assessing current conditions; analyzing threats and opportunities; creative funding research; benchmarking or peer city assessments; and conservation tool evaluation
- Park and park system evaluations
- Strategic conservation land acquisition planning and program development within The Trust for Public Land
- Community engagement, workshop and community meeting facilitation
- Public communications and outreach
- Manages Greenprints, development of conceptual trail plans, and other complex conservation/park planning projects. This includes forming and managing steering committees and stakeholder groups; conducting targeted interviews; overseeing current conditions research; preparing for and facilitating community meetings, supervising development of outreach materials; and overseeing budgets and personnel. Note: Domestic travel is required (up to 20-30%), including overnight stays.
- Develops surveys and other outreach tools. This includes developing online community surveys and working with outside firms on telephone and mail-based polls. Leads analysis of community input.
- Coordinates and administers evaluations. This will include designing park evaluations as well as designing and developing community survey tools for externally-facing planning projects (such as Greenprints, trail plans, and park master planning projects).
- Supports local community-based teams in completing Greenprint and other project work plans, including scheduling calls, site visits, and internet-based meetings. Frequently facilitates conference calls with remote team members.
- Conducts research and writing related to new projects and new project potentials. This includes research and writing about places where The Trust for Public Land is starting projects and investigating places that may be suitable for new projects. May assist in developing materials for donor meetings.
- Presents planning services to staff across The Trust for Public Land and our partners.
- Works with marketing team on improving branding around our services and products.
- Completes other tasks as needed.
- Candidate must have superior project management, research, writing, and public speaking skills.
- Must have strong abilities in problem-solving, organization, and analytical thinking.
- Undergraduate degree required, and advanced degree preferred in a field related to land use, conservation, park and open space, and/or growth management.
- Minimum two years’ experience leading complex planning projects (ideally in the land-use realm, and more specifically in park, recreation, conservation and/or open space planning).
- Education or experience related to urban planning and/or recreation planning a plus
- Experience designing and conducting evaluations (ranging from program evaluations to field surveys), preferably in the parks and recreation field. Transferable experience with evaluations in other disciplines is also welcome.
- Must be able to establish and coordinate partnerships as well as problem-solve for technical and political hurdles.
- Comfortable facilitating conference calls and conducting telephone interviews.
- Excellent presentation and facilitation skills with demonstrated ability to develop strategic approaches for stakeholder involvement and meeting facilitation.
- Experience working with state and local governments, including upper-level agency staff and elected officials. In general, diplomacy and relationship-building are critical for project manager success.
- Ability to work under pressure, juggle multiple projects, prioritize work effectively, and meet deadlines.
- Available for regular travel, including some nights and weekends.
Seasonal Conservation Jobs Corps (Cjc) - Camp Specialist
Introduction Seasonal Contractual Eighteen (18) Vacancies
- Full-Time Contract period: June 2017 - August 2017 ## LOCATION OF POSITION
GREENBRIER STATE PARKin Boonsboro, Maryland (FREDERICK COUNTY)
ROCKY GAP STATE PARKin Flintstone, Maryland (ALLEGANY COUNTY)
TUCKAHOE STATE PARKin Ridgely, Maryland (CAROLINE COUNTY) ## Main Purpose of Job The Maryland Conservation Jobs Corps (CJC) is a five-week summer employment program for disadvantaged youth ages 14 – 17 operated by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Maryland Park Service. CJC uses outdoor experiential activities and the power of nature to enrich the lives of youth and prepare them for future success in the workforce.
The Maryland Park Service is currently recruiting for multiple seasonal contractual positions for CJC Camp Specialists for each CJC Camp location. You
must indicate on the Supplemental Questionnaire the specific location(s) of interest for this recruitment. The CJC Camp Specialist is responsible for ensuring the regular, reliable and professional implementation of a three-day/two-night camping component for CJC Corps Members while ensuring the training and safety of crews. The Camp Specialist mentors members by seizing opportunities to enhance teamwork and outdoor ethics. The Camp Specialist will be residing in tents (overnight) at their assigned camp location Monday – Friday during the five-week program. The CJC Camp Specialist shall develop skills of Corps Members by seeing that all Corps Members learn safe and professional work practices, including but not limited to the following: * Proper professional work ethic and behavior.
Professional courtesy to community members, park staff and others as they come in contact within the field.
Ensure that projects are properly, professionally and completely executed to the satisfaction of site managers.
Adherence to DNR and CJC policies, rules and regulations.
Proper set-up of a tent and use of camping equipment.
Conduct regular crew-based Corps Member training and instructional presentations in critical areas related to safety and professional job performance including the following: * First-Aid and workplace safety
Environmental issues and conservation, emphasis on camping and outdoor recreation
Communications * Clear articulation of site-specific work project, goals and activities
DESIRED OR PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
Strong preference will be given to applicants that possess the following. Include clear and specific information on your application regarding the qualification(s). Education or experience in the field of park operations, recreation, education, business, administration, forestry, social sciences, or a natural resources related field is preferred. Previous work experience with at-risk youth is preferred.
, REGISTRATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS Possession of current certification in CPR for adult/child and First-Aid is required. Applicants must have a valid Driver’s License, be 21 years of age (requirement for driving rental vans used during the program), and a good driving record.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Applicants
mustattend a mandatory CJC Camp training on Monday, June 12th and Tuesday, June 13th (OVERNIGHT). Applicants
mustattend a mandatory training the week of Monday, June 19th to Friday, June 23rd to be held from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (additional hours may be required). ## SELECTION PROCESS Please make sure that you provide sufficient information on your application to show that you meet the qualifications for this recruitment, and report all experience and education that is related to this position. Applicants who meet the minimum qualifications will proceed to the next phase of evaluation.
Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of completing the application. This recruitment does not require any additional materials to be uploaded. Your qualifications will be assessed based on the information included on your submitted application.
You will be required to submit a supplemental questionnaire. Please do not submit unsolicited documentation.
BENEFITS Contractual employees who works for an agency covered under the State Employee and Retiree Health and Welfare Benefits Program
(the Program), have a current employment contract and work 30 or more hours a week (or on average 130 hours per month) may be eligible for subsidized health benefits coverage for themselves and their dependents. As a contractual employee, you will be responsible for paying 25% of the premiums for your medical and prescription coverage, including any eligible dependents you have enrolled.
The State of Maryland will subsidize the remaining 75% of the cost for these benefits. You can also elect to enroll in dental coverage, accidental death and dismemberment insurance, and life insurance, but will be responsible to pay the full premium for these benefits.
FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS Online application is
STRONGLY preferred. If online access is unavailable, you may submit a paper application to:
Department of Natural Resources Human Resources 580 Taylor Avenue, C-3 Annapolis, MD 21401 Faxed or e-mailed applications will not be accepted. The Human Resource Department is not responsible for applications sent to any other address. Specific inquiries regarding this recruitment can be directed to Charles Hecker at email@example.com TTY Users: call via Maryland Relay.
We thank our Veterans for their service to our country, and encourage them to apply. Bilingual applicants are encouraged to apply. As an equal opportunity employer Maryland is committed to recruiting, retaining and promoting employees who are reflective of the State’s diversity.
Department: DNR - Maryland Park Service
- State Wide Operation Date Opened: 1/17/2017 3:03:00 PM Filing Deadline: 4/26/2017 11:59:00 PM Salary: $13.00/hour (any week over 40 hours is time and a-half) Employment Type: Full-Time HR Analyst: Charles Hecker Work Location: Allegany Caroline Frederick
Description: Responsible for assisting in the enforcement of the Grand Portage Conservation Code and Recreational Ordinance by performing duties assigned by the Chief Conservation Officer which includes, but are not limited, to routine patrols, habitat development, trail maintenance, surveys, and posting signs and any other job related duties as may be assigned by the supervisor(s). ## Education: High school diploma or general education (GED); two to four-years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Must have or complete Basic Law Enforcement Training within one year and meet all current physical requirements. Must be able to pass a background check.
Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license and to be insurable with Grand Portage Reservation auto insurance. Grand Portage requires a background check and pre-employment drug and alcohol testing for all positions. American Indian Preference will apply.
Please submit applications/resumes to: Grand Portage RTC Offices / Human Resources Department PO Box 428 83 Stevens Road Grand Portage, MN 55605 Phone: (218) 475-2808 or (218) 475-2809 Fax: (218) 475-2371 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Title: Conservation Officer Location: Grand Portage Reservation & Trust Lands Offices Opening Date: September 8, 2015 Closing Date: When Filled Wage Range: $11.00 – 17.04 per hour, depending on qualifications Supervisor: Chief Conservation Officer
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Energy Conservation Analyst
Summary & Responsibilities This role is responsible for supporting the company's residential and/or nonresidential demand response and energy efficiency programs. Provide support for research, development and implementation of programs. Assist in: developing and managing vendor networks; working with industry experts, government entities and special interest groups to ensure best program practices; conducting research and developing position papers on existing and emerging technologies; development and monitoring of program metrics. Work collaboratively with internal stakeholders on program integration and implementation. Represent Energy Conservation at trade associations, consumer outreach, and government events. Provides financial services support including O&M and capital budget development and business analysis. Ensures proper account charging to O&M and capital programs. Performs business and operational analysis for management. Provides fundamental business profitability analysis to management along with cost analysis, project analysis of financial of financial impacts of business strategies. Provides financial guidance, input and training to management and key employees that will assist in achieving short and long term business strategies. Perform other duties as requested or assigned.
Qualifications (Please note all that apply on your resume): -Minimum 5 years directly related experience with bachelor's degree, 7 years with associate's degree and nine years with a high school diploma or GED -Proficiency in Excel
Knowledge of financial concepts
Experience with SAS
Experience with SAP
Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills
Effective verbal and written communication
Strong analytical and problem solving skills
Strong computer skills
Ability to exercise independent judgment and decision-making
Education Required Education Level: Bachelor degree preferred. Equivalent combination of education and demonstrated related experience may be accepted in lieu of preferred level of education. Prefer degree in Business or Finance.
Working Conditions + Office Work Environment 76-100% + Travel up to 25%
Overview Dominion [ NYSE: D ] is one of the nation’s largest producers and transporters of energy, with a portfolio of approximately 26,400 megawatts of generation, 15,000 miles of natural gas transmission, gathering and storage pipeline, and 6,600 miles of electric transmission lines. Dominion operates one of the nation’s largest natural gas storage systems with 1 trillion cubic feet of storage capacity and serves more than 6 million utility and retail energy customers. Our company is built on a proud legacy of public service, innovation and community involvement. In addition to our core energy production, transportation and storage businesses, we invest in the communities where we live and work and by practicing responsible environmental stewardship wherever we operate.
Posted Date4/19/2017Location/Facility NameRichmond General Office
Category008 - Distribution
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Global Wildlife Conservation Lead Scientist - 17040
WWF’s half-century of conservation success is rooted firmly in science; it informs and underpins everything we do. The scientific rigor we bring to our work is unmatched in the nonprofit conservation sector.
Building on this legacy, WWF is recruiting a Global Science Team to advance the organization’s mission to build a future where people live in harmony with nature. We are hiring six individuals to shape an interdisciplinary research agenda and apply science to accelerate and improve the conservation agenda for each of WWF’s global goals—Climate & Energy, Sustainable Food, Forests, Freshwater, Oceans, and Wildlife Conservation. We are also hiring two individuals to build teams in Sustainability Science and Data Analytics & Technology.
We seek candidates to advance a coordinated WWF effort that will deliver science for tangible biodiversity conservation results at a speed and scale commensurate with the trends of the world today. The Leaders will report directly to the WWF Chief Scientist and are key members of WWF’s Network Science Team. The Global Wildlife Conservation Lead Scientist (Lead Scientist) will provide the scientific leadership for WWF’s Global Wildlife Conservation Practice.
The Lead Scientist will be a key partner to the Chief Scientist and the Wildlife Conservation Practice Lead, providing thought leadership, science direction for goal setting, scientific analysis in support of strategy development and the management of internal and external science talent to support the Global Wildlife Conservation team in advancing their ambitious agenda. The Lead Scientist will serve as a member of the WWF Global Science Leadership Team to provide expertise and support for interdisciplinary analyses to advance cross-functional strategies. This is an unparalleled opportunity for a dynamic, strategic thinker who is passionate about WWF's mission and has had demonstrated success in leading rigorous scientific research to support wildlife conservation.
Position Context Never before has the planet faced environmental threats of the scale and urgency we see today. But we also find ourselves in a unique time of extraordinary opportunity for change. Following the establishment of the new Sustainable Development Goals and the climate agreement reached in Paris, humanity has committed to accelerate a transition toward a more sustainable, ecologically sound and habitable future.
The pace and scale of this transition will dictate success or failure. As the largest conservation organization in the world, WWF is determined to capitalize on this momentum. So we are re-inventing our practice of conservation, pursuing measurable results and thought partnerships that help shift humanity to a more sustainable footing.
Success will require a team that energetically embraces the opportunity and risks to produce solutions to the world’s largest environmental problems at the intersection of science and practice. Position responsibilities include + Works with leadership and colleagues to ensure that goals, strategies, and assessments of impacts are grounded in, and informed by, the best available science, providing scientific and policy-relevant science expertise and promoting innovative research and synthesis of research + Conducts and supports colleagues in conducting research in a conservation-relevant science discipline and publishes in high-profile journals for impact and stays abreast of the scientific literature and shares important findings with team staff + Reviews, synthesizes and disseminates most relevant scientific knowledge across the WWF network and externally, and in coordination with knowledge management leads + Builds and maintains an extensive network of science professionals and partnerships – with key conservation NGOs, government agencies, academics, and other groups – for the purposes of science collaboration, research and to advance WWF’s priorities + Travels internationally on a frequent basis to represent WWF at meetings, workshops, conferences, and for the purposes of site visits and/or field-based research + Represents WWF and promotes our conservation goals, activities and scientific thought leadership + Leads and supports science and fundraising efforts, in collaboration with science and practice staff, to support the network’s Wildlife Practice + Manages and coordinates science staff and external collaborators for implementation of Practice priorities + Develops, analyzes and manages operating plans and grant budgets Qualified candidates will possess critical competencies that include + Graduate degree with commensurate experience required; doctorate strongly preferred + Broad knowledge of conservation, and expertise in ecological and/or socioeconomic aspects of wildlife conservation such as landscape ecology, biogeography, spatial ecology, statistical ecology, ecological/environmental economics, psychology, anthropology, wildlife trade, and/or conservation planning + Sophisticated understanding of large-scale trends in wildlife conservation, and of the major opportunities and threats that must be addressed + At least 8-12 years’ experience leading collaborative conservation research projects and integrating science into large-scale strategies, management and outcomes + Demonstrated experience leading and fundraising for major initiatives + Demonstrated ability to convene and direct high-level scientific capacity to inform wildlife conservation issues + Ability to work effectively with individuals across cultures and time zones + Extraordinary communication skills—written, oral, strategic; experience leveraging the full range of modern media to realize programmatic goals + Vision—the ability to think and act on a global scale + Proven ability in the development and management of strategic partnerships and alliances To Apply: + This position is being recruited by LeaderFit; please do not apply to via WWF's careers page.
- To apply, please visit the following link: https://leaderfit.catsone.com/careers/index.php?m=portal&a=details&jobOrderID=8466554 As an EOE/AA employer, WWF will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin, and veteran or disability status.
Conservation Program Specialist
Job Description About SUEZ We are at the dawn of the resource revolution. In a world facing high demographic growth, runaway urbanization and the shortage of natural resources, securing, optimizing and renewing resources is essential to our future. SUEZ (Paris: SEV, Brussels: SEVB) supplies drinking water to 92 million people, delivers wastewater treatment services to 65 million, collects waste produced by 34 million, recovers 16.3 million tons of waste each year and produces 5,853 GWh of local and renewable energy. With 82,500 employees, SUEZ, which is present on all five continents, is a key player in the sustainable management of resources. SUEZ generated total revenues of €15.1 billion in 2015. SUEZ Water New York (SWNY) is seeking a high energy and dynamic individual to manage the roll out and implementation of their new conservation program. The program will be a coordinated effort with Orange and Rockland Utilities (ORU), the local power utility, who have already implemented an energy conservation program. Key elements of the program are as follows: * Coordinate with 3rd party vendor and ORU to manage rebate program. Rebates will be for typical residential appliances/devices (e.g., toilets, washers, showerheads). * Coordinate with 3rd party vendor and ORU to implement water audits to commercial, industrial and multifamily customers. Rebates to be offered depending on result of audit. Candidate will participate in some water audits.
Implement outreach/education programs via company website, mailings and public speaking events and general presentations. Work with public relations staff to prepare press releases, newsletters, flyers and other information related to the conservation program.
Work with SUEZ Website development team to ensure that conservation messaging and programs are properly implemented
Coordinate conservation messaging with education institutions via the Program WET (Water Education for Teachers) * Assist with training of Customer Service staff to become knowledgeable of program in order to respond to customer inquiries
Review conservation survey data to inform the progress of the program
Prepare periodic summaries of the program progress for the Public Service Commission including rebate programs and estimates of water savings across the water utility.
Work with planning department to analyze water consumption patterns and recommend changes to the conservation program in order to meet the 5-year target of attaining at least 1 mgd of savings to water consumption. Strong analytical skills required * / /* * / /* * /Dimensions:/* Direct report: Bill Madden, Director of External Affairs * /Education/Equivalent//:/ Minimum requirements to perform the job include: Candidates should possess a bachelor's degree in the field of Conservation, Sustainability OR communications, public relations or journalism. * / / * / /* * / /* * /Nature & Scope-Principal Areas of Responsibilities:/* * Develop and implement the conservation program
Develop conservation-related content for all SUEZ NY communications channels including Facebook, Twitter, e-newsletters and print advertising and company website.
Schedule presentations to community groups to include senior citizens and rotaries.
Plan and deliver conservation education materials
Work closely with SUEZ customer service to address customer issues related to rebates and incentives.
Plan radio shows, TV shows and podcasts that promote conservation
Track progress of program and revise/update the program to meet the water usage reduction objective, as necessary.
Manage 3rd party vendors for rebate programs and audits.
Essential Functions:* / / While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to walk; sit and use hands to finger, handle, or feel. The employee is occasionally required to stand; reach with hands and arms; stoop, kneel, crouch, and crawl. The vision requirements include: ability to adjust focus and close vision. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Must hold a valid driver’s license. * * * This position description is intended for the purpose of evaluation and salary positioning and is not a contract setting forth the full scope of employment. The employer retains the right to deviate from the description at its discretion, without notice.
Required Skills * /Work Experience Needed/*/:/ * 3-5 years of experience in working on water/energy conservation programs.
Experience with making public presentations
Experience in managing and adhering to project budgets and schedules.
Demonstrated experience in managing consultants/vendors
Demonstrated leadership skills to manage multidisciplinary projects & initiatives and work with various departments
Demonstrated ability to manage and evaluate data
Ability to manage internal personnel and consultants on complex projects with aggressive time frames
Experience in report writing Required Experience * /Special Skills/Abilities Needed//:/ * / / * Excellent analytical, organizational, computer and interpersonal skills.
Computer skills (MS Office, Excel, Word) * Strong knowledge of conservation programs in the U.S., familiarity with literature on conservation.
Strong communication, technical and presentation skills. Incumbent may need to make presentations after work hours
Excellent project management skills and demonstrated ability to adhere to budgets
Strong analytical and problem solving capability
Strong interpersonal skills – ability to work with internal/external clients and customer/stakeholders to achieve desired outcomes
Good organizational skills – ability to prioritize and focus on areas of significant impact; often managing multiple priorities simultaneously.
Strong project management skills – ability to lead and work successfully in a team environment
Provide guidance and support, and assure that all deliverables are submitted timely, accurately, and in accordance with all company policies and practices. * / /* Job Location West Nyack, New York, United States Position Type Full-Time/Regular
Conservation Program Specialist * * 1432-110 * * West Nyack, New York, United States
Officer, Global Sharks Conservation (Cites/Un/International Conservation Campaigning)
The Pew Charitable Trusts is driven by the power of knowledge to solve today’s most challenging problems. Pew applies a rigorous, analytical approach to improve public policy, inform the public and invigorate civic life. We are an independent nonprofit organization – the sole beneficiary of seven individual trusts established between 1948 and 1979 by two sons and two daughters of Sun Oil Company founder Joseph N. Pew and his wife, Mary Anderson Pew. Our work lays the foundation for effective policy solutions by informing and engaging citizens, linking diverse interests to pursue common cause and insisting on tangible results. Our projects encourage efficient, responsive governments – at the local, state, national and international levels – serving the public interests. With offices in Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Brussels and London and staff in other regions of the United States as well as Australia, Pew provides an exciting learning environment and the opportunity to work with highly talented individuals. We are a dynamic, rapidly evolving organization that values creativity and innovative thinking and fosters strong teamwork with mutual respect. Environment For the past two decades, Pew has been a major force in educating the public and policy makers about the causes, consequences and solutions to some of the world’s most pressing environmental challenges. Our work is focused on reducing the scope and severity of three major global environmental problems: + Dramatic changes to the Earth’s climate brought about by the increasing concentration of greenhouse gases in the planet’s atmosphere; + The erosion of large terrestrial wilderness ecosystems that contain a great part of the world’s remaining biodiversity; and, + The destruction of the world’s marine environment. Project Summary Sharks have roamed our oceans since before the time of dinosaurs, but their long reign at the top of the ocean food chain may be ending. The onset of industrial fishing over the past 60 years has drastically depleted their populations and approximately 100 million sharks are killed every year to primarily support the global shark fin industry, valued for the Asian delicacy shark fin soup. In general, sharks are exceptionally vulnerable to overexploitation and slow to recover from depletion. As key predators, their depletion also has risks for the health of entire ocean ecosystems. The global sharks conservation campaign is designed to reverse this global decline of shark populations through public education, advocacy and research. The campaign is engaged in activities to educate and mobilize the public, media, and policymakers in international forums including regional fisheries management organizations, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna (CITES) and the United Nations, and to secure precautionary, science-based protections for sharks within countries targeted for nation-based action. Position Overview The Officer, Global Shark Conservation is responsible for the development and analysis of shark conservation policies, and the strategic development and delivery of Pew’s shark conservation policy work in collaboration with the project director and broader team. The Officer will help to advise the team on the appropriate policy goals for relevant fora, regional organizations or countries and help to ensure the implementation of the campaigns approved goals. It is expected that this position is for a term period through March 2018, with the possibility of an extension pending the success of the program, funding sources and board decisions on continued support.
Monitor, analyze and influence emerging shark policy proposals at international, regional and national levels.
Assist in the development and success of a clear and focused strategy to meet identified campaign goals at the international, regional and national level.
Represent The Pew Charitable Trusts at international, regional and national fora and at campaign meetings and events where shark conservation policies will be discussed.
Develop and maintain working relationships with decision makers, government officials and national and international institutions, as well as relevant nongovernmental organizations in the field to advance campaign goals.
Serve as a spokesperson for the campaign.
Develop policy briefs, papers and advice for the campaign. Review and provide comments on draft policy proposals, regulations and white papers to internal and external audiences as needed in a timely fashion.
Develop outreach materials for policymakers and the public in target regions.
Coordinate with other international ocean conservation campaigns where relevant.
Help design a cost effective budget for the campaign’s international policy work and monitor relevant campaign expenses, evaluating project costs as needed.
Manage consultants that work to advance the campaign’s international policy goals.
Collaborate with the campaign director and other Pew staff to provide project partners and donors with regular updates on project advancements.
Bachelor’s degree required; graduate degree in public affairs, public policy or environmental science preferred.
Eight years of professional outreach experience helping shape the way the decision makers and the public perceive and respond to environmental and natural resource management issues. Specific experience with marine wildlife or fisheries issues is preferred.
Prior to commencing employment with Pew, candidates for this position who were registered to lobby in any jurisdiction must certify termination of previous registration(s) and provide copies of termination notices with said jurisdiction(s) to Pew.
Able to set short- and long-term planning goals in line with program strategy. A task-oriented style, with focus on achieving clear and ambitious goals. Demonstrated ability to meet multiple deadlines by maintaining a high level of organization. Able to develop and move projects forward with a high degree of independence and autonomy.
Superior oral and written communications skills. Able to synthesize material and to focus quickly on the essence of an issue and the means to address it. Confident in presenting one’s own ideas and diplomatically persuading others as appropriate. Ability to communicate complex ideas for a general audience.
Strong interpersonal skills; able to develop and manage productive relationships with consultants, partners and others who contribute to the development of a project by anticipating possible outcomes.
Able to work productively with a wide array of different people and institutions that frequently disagree with and are in competition with one another.
Excellent analytic and problem solving skills, and highly results-oriented.
Seasoned judgment, able to make decisions, justify recommendations, and be responsive, clear and firm with colleagues and partners.
Fluency in other languages a plus.
Knowledge of shark conservation issues a plus. Travel This position will be based in Washington, DC and will travel internationally. Compensation Pew offers a competitive salary and benefits package. The Pew Charitable Trusts is an equal opportunity employer, committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. Pew considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to age, sex, ethnicity, religion, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or gender identity, military/veteran status, or any other basis prohibited by applicable law. ID: 2016-4579
English Language Arts Department Director And Teacher
About STRIVE Preparatory Schools:
Founded in 2006, STRIVE Preparatory Schools (STRIVE Prep) is a Denver-based community of free, open enrollment, public charter schools committed to providing every student with an excellent, college-preparatory education. We believe that students from all backgrounds deserve a college preparatory education regardless of race, economic circumstance or previous academic achievement. We are committed to preparing all students for educational success from kindergarten through college and career by challenging them to realize their full potential through high expectations in a safe, rigorous, and compassionate learning environment with shared accountability among students, families and staff.
Our teachers, leaders, faculty and staff clear a path for all families to have access to a high-quality school that’s just down the street, not across town. By building great schools in Far Northeast, Northwest and Southwest Denver, we will create depth of impact and long-lasting community change.
At STRIVE Prep, transformation is a choice that has led to:
- The opening of 11 free, public charter schools within Denver Public Schools (DPS) throughout Far Northeast, Northwest and Southwest Denver.
- A shared vision of making a college prep education for all students in our community the norm, rather than the exception, by growing from 11 schools serving 3,500 students to 17 schools serving 7,500 students by the year 2022.
- A commitment to serve all students from the neighborhoods in which we operate, whereby approximately 97% of STRIVE Prep students identify as students of color, 87% of students qualify for free or reduced lunch, 49% are English Language Learners and 13% receive Special Education services.
- 92% of seniors from the network’s first graduating class in 2016 were accepted to a 4-year college or university.
- The welcoming of any scholar from kindergarten through twelfth grade who desires to STRIVE for college. Because STRIVE Prep participates in the DPS SchoolChoice process, enrollment is open to any student in the communities we serve regardless of race, economic circumstance or previous academic achievement.
- STRIVE Prep-Excel opened its doors in 2013 as the second high school in the STRIVE Prep network, and will grow to a fully built-out high school, serving grades 9-12 during the 2016-17 school year.
- STRIVE Prep-Excel is highly committed to students with special needs, and in 2014 opened an Affective Needs center-based program which will serve all students (grades 9-12) during the 2016-17 school year.
- All teachers at STRIVE Prep-Excel benefit from bi-weekly observations and instructional coaching in order to ensure students receive the highest quality instruction.
- Lead revolutionary instruction in English Language Arts.
- Teach two 50-minute classes (or two 100-minute classes) per day, Monday through Friday and coach a team of 4 other English Language Arts Teachers.
- Lead a student advisory at the beginning and end of each school day, and serve as the main point of contact and advocate for students in the advisory.
- Coach a campus team of ELA teachers that work together, collaborate and problem solve challenges.
- Provide more intensive guidance and support to new ELA teachers and support in onboarding any mid-year hires.
- Participate in the Campus Instructional Leadership Team to act as the voice of the English Language Arts department and work with the campus-based team and central curriculum team to assess gaps and deliver professional development needs to address those gaps.
- Support scholars by supervising lunch or recess once per day.
- Establish systems and routines in order to create a safe, purposeful, and welcoming classroom environment
- Analyze student assessment data and use it to determine next steps.
- Take responsibility for the safety and learning of all students in the school.
- Provide fair, accurate, and constructive feedback to students on their progress.
- Communicate regularly and often with families to both solicit their input and share student social and academic progress.
- Use network-aligned unit and interim assessments to track student growth.
- Provide supervision of students during before and after school activities (arrival, dismissal, breakfast and lunch).
- Assist in planning and support of school-wide events including community/morning meetings, dances and field trips.
- Support in the planning and delivery of weekly staff and/or grade level meetings.
- Participate in STRIVE Prep’s Summer Training Institute as well as professional development throughout the school year.
- Consciously choose to teach and transform the lives of high school scholars every day.
- Proudly hold a Bachelor of Arts or Science degree and are able to submit proof of Qualified Teacher status (teacher’s license not required) within six weeks of starting through one of the following channels outlined by the Colorado Department of Education:
- A valid Colorado Teacher License in the applicable endorsement area;
- Sufficient college coursework (or degree in content area);
- Passing score for the applicable Praxis ii or Colorado PLACE exam.
- Read more about the available pathways to becoming a Qualified English Teacher.
- Understand, appreciate and can pull from experience teaching in an urban setting (strongly preferred).
- Speak Spanish or have experience working with bilingual students (strongly preferred).
- Commit to constant growth and reflection as educators and professionals through regular coaching and professional development.
- Dedicate themselves to the educational success of all students, not some students.
- Bring enthusiasm, professionalism and positivity to their classrooms and our adult community.
- Assume the best in others and are willing to have courageous conversations in order to do what is best for students.
- Work hard and approach challenges as opportunities for improvement.
- Set high expectations for themselves and others and a willingness to hold themselves and others to those expectations.
- Ongoing coaching and professional development.
- 85 minutes of structured planning time built into the school day to plan the highest quality lessons.
- A laptop and access to classrooms equipped with Smartboards and document cameras.
- Competitive compensation package and annual performance based raises.
- Participation in the Colorado PERA retirement program including a PERA 401k contribution option.
- Funding of 100% of individual medical benefits and a wide range of insurance plans.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
STRIVE Prep is an equal opportunity employer.
Visit our Careers Page at http://www.striveprep.org/join-our-team/teach-at-strive/ to learn more about what to expect in the hiring process and who we need.
Please contact Kristin at KScannell@striveprep.org with any questions.
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