Friday
Apr042014

Pedicab Driver

Sol Chariots Pedicab Cooperative is looking for a part-time pedicab driver and co-operator. Operating mostly in downtown Providence, Sol Chariots primarily provides a bike taxi service for short-distance transportation, fun and entertainment.

Responsibilities: Work regular shifts doing bike taxi, delivery, and special events, with a minimum of 2 shifts per week for active membership; attending weekly meetings and participating in the administration and operation of the co-op; entering into an administrative role in the co-op, such as mechanic, advertising coordinator, accountant, social media coordinator, special events coordinator, tour coordinator or delivery coordinator.

Qualifications: Have a driver’s license; read our operating agreements and agree to them; attend 2 meetings in one month period prior to hiring; read the pedicab driver safety manual and complete pedicab training before driving.

To apply:
Send an e-mail to info@solchariotspedicab.com.

Friday
Mar282014

Clean Energy Summer Internships

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) is accepting applications for the summer session of its 2014 internship program. The program provides paid internship opportunities for college students and recent graduates at Massachusetts-based clean energy companies. Offered by MassCEC and the New England Clean Energy Council (NECEC), the program focuses on enhancing the talent pipeline for Massachusetts companies engaged in the clean-energy industry.

During this session, MassCEC will provide Massachusetts-based clean-energy companies with stipends of up to $12 an hour for up to 10 weeks for each full-time intern, with a cap of $4,800 per intern. During the past three summers, the program has placed well some 500 students and recent graduates in internships at more than 120 companies across the state.

To apply: Click here.

Friday
Mar282014

Seafood Facility & Farmers Market Staff

The Local Catch, a fisherman-owned seafood processor and wholesaler in Point Judith, R.I., is looking for seafood facility and farmers market staff. Part-time position with training provided. There is full-time potential for the right individual to grow with the company.

Responsibilities: Farmers market scheduling; office and administrative duties; packaging of seafood; selling seafood at farmers markets.

Qualifications: Computer skills including Word and Excel; strong, independent work ethic; sales experience.

To apply: Click here.

Saturday
Mar222014

Buzzards Bay Coalition

The New Bedford, Mass.-based Buzzards Bay Coalition has openings for six positions. The Buzzards Bay Coalition is a membership-supported nonprofit dedicated to the restoration, protection and sustainable use and enjoyment of the bay and its watershed. The coalition works to improve the health of the bay ecosystem through education, conservation, research and advocacy.

The following are the positions that are currently open (click for more information and how to apply):

Vice President/Development

Land Stewardship Director

Outdoor Educator

Development Assistant

Assistant Coordinator

Buzzards Bay Discovery Center Manager

Saturday
Mar222014

Research Assistant

The Metcalf Institute for Marine & Environmental Reporting at the University of Rhode Island’s Graduate School of Oceanography is looking for a part-time research assistant. This 18-hour-a-week position will perform data research and analysis in support of programmatic and fundraising goals.

Responsibilities: Conduct research of program statistics, participant survey results, and marine and environmental reporting tracking to assist in improving efficacy of program training methods and objectives; assist in tracking and interpreting Metcalf Institute website user analytics; prepare reports; assist in maintenance of Metcalf database.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree; minimum of two years of experience in one or more of the following — statistical research, data analysis, web communications, prospect research and prospect communications.

Pay rate: $24,816 to $51,520 (salary will be pro-rated to reflect part-time status).

To apply: Click here.

Thursday
Mar202014

Recycling and Sustainability Administrator

The city of Pawtucket is looking for a recycling and sustainability administrator. The position plans, coordinates and participates in activities concerned with study, development and inspection of recycling materials and solid-waste disposal, and evaluates energy consumption and implements reduction
initiatives.

Responsibilities: Conduct studies and implement plans to increase percentage of participation on recycling programs; coordinate and maintain all charts, records and reports concerning the pick up of recyclables; monitor deliveries of recyclables to the Blackstone Valley regional transfer station; work with schools, businesses and other facilities to establish collection programs and/or
increase city recycling rates; write grants.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in environmental sciences, industrial engineering, business management or related field, and/or 10 years of related business/logistical/analytics/environmental experience. Professional engineer preferred. Project management professional certified preferred. LEED AP preferred.

Salary: $49,660 to $57,445.

To apply: e-mail resume and copy of diplomas to claird@pawtucketri.com.

Saturday
Mar082014

Food Hub and Food Access Coordinator

The New Entry Sustainable Farming Project at Tufts University is looking for a food hub and food access coordinator to organize planning and logistics for operation of a multi-farmer food hub, including a 450-share community-supported agriculture (CSA) program that provides locally grown produce to customers in the Merrimack Valley and Boston area.

Responsibilities: Work with program and finance coordinator to continuously monitor progress in reaching goals of World PEAS Food Hub sustainability plan and document outcomes; assist farmers in developing individual farmer production schedules; develop and conduct outreach and education programs to reach potential individual customers and institutional markets; manage shareholder communications and customer service; produce content for weekly CSA newsletter.

Qualifications: bachelor’s degree, or 5 years of experience overseeing CSA operations; experience in supervising/managing a produce operation or agricultural business; agricultural training and experience in multiple aspects of farming; experience in building relationships and educating consumers; minimum of 3 years supervisory experience.

To apply: e-mail resume and cover letter HR@comteam.org and nesfp@tufts.edu.