Clean Water Action State Director

Clean Water Action is seeking an experienced director to oversee its Rhode Island operations. The organization has 1 million members nationally, including about 20,000 in Rhode Island. Regular travel throughout Rhode Island and to occasional national gatherings required.

Responsibilities: Develop and oversee programs and campaigns, including legislative and electoral campaigns, community and coalition organizing, policy development, and research and education programs; hire, train, supervise and develop program and administrative staff; develop and implement fundraising plans in coordination with national staff.

Qualifications: Ability to provide strong strategic leadership to build and direct the organization and its programs; extensive experience in a role as a senior manager or organizer with an environmental or other nonprofit; proven ability to supervise, support and develop staff and volunteers; successful fundraising experience with foundations, major donors and events.

Compensation: Depends on qualifications, with benefits package.

To apply: Send letter of interest and resume to bostoncwa@cleanwater.org.


Energy Planning and Policy Manager

The Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources is looking for an energy planning and policy manager to assume responsibility for program planning and policy development and analysis of energy issues, with a particular focus on transportation energy policy and energy financing.

Qualifications: Demonstrated experience in project management and stakeholder engagement; 1-2 years of experience in managing complex projects or programs with a proven track record of success, particularly in the energy field; comfort using basic project management software (Wrike); understanding of energy governance and regulatory structures and institutions, and permitting processes; bachelor’s degree at a college, university or other accredited institution of higher learning.

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Managing Director

The Urban Pond Procession (UPP) is seeking a managing director to oversee the year-round operations and development of the organization. After seven years of building a following of schools, artists and other community members, as well as partnerships with government, environmental and arts organizations, the organization is looking to take steps to become a 501(c)(3). This position will provide a unique opportunity to work at the nexus of the humanities, arts and sciences, and to creatively engage communities of multiple ages and cultures in a variety of settings. Start date Sept. 1.

Responsibilities: Work closely with the artistic program director to guide the vision and evolution of UPP; foster UPP's financial development and cultivate public relations.

Qualifications: Knowledge of nonprofit management; strong communication skills; comfort with public speaking; fundraising experience; commitment to the environment.

Compensation: $19 an hour; part-time, up to 20 hours a week and $20,000 annually.

To apply: Submit cover letter, resume and three references by July 25 to Lucia O’Reilly via e-mail at creckard1@cox.net.


Farmers Market Staff

Narragansett Creamery is seeking individuals to staff farmers markets and do in-store demos of its products in the following areas: Providence, Boston/Cambridge, Metro West (Mass.) and the South Shore (Mass.). Multiple positions available immediately. Part-time positions, and days and hours vary. Own transportation is required.

Qualifications: Interest in local food and a desire to learn about the company’s products; able to represent the business to customers with knowledge and enthusiasm; must be willing to learn and follow food-safety regulations.

To apply: Send a cover letter and resume to Connie@richeeses.com.