Finance Manager

Providence-based Southside Community Land Trust is looking to hire a full-time finance manager.

Responsibilities: Perform financial analysis and budget projections for grants and programs; conduct cost identification and allocation; oversee grant billing and allocation; execute revenue and expense analysis; ensure compliance with all federal, state and generally accepted accounting principles; work closely with a contracted bookkeeper who is responsible for the basic accounting functions of accounts payable, accounts receivable and check reconciliation.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or related field; 3-5 years relevant accounting and finance experience, preferably related to nonprofit finance; intermediate experience with Microsoft Office; advanced skills in Excel and QuickBooks; experience working in multicultural communities and in organizations that advance race equity and social justice; experience making financial recommendations to maximize program impact, race equity, and social justice; familiarity with federal grant reporting; ability to develop internal systems to track staff time and develop budgets; thorough understanding of finance systems.

To apply: Send cover letter and resume to SCLT executive director Margaret DeVos at jobs@southsideclt.org by Nov. 4.

Plastic Film Recycling Consultant

Middletown, R.I.-based Clean Ocean Access is looking to hire a plastic film recycling consultant. The anticipated start date is in November and the expected end date is in May.

Responsibilities: Activate a proof-of-concept recycling effort of existing shrink wrap on Aquidneck Island using TerraCycle — a private recycling business headquartered in Trenton, N.J. — to repurpose the shrink wrap into production pellets used for domestic manufacturing of finished products.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience; experience with recycling, sustainability, waste management, and extended producer responsibility.

Compensation: Starting salary commensurate with experience.

To apply: Click here.

Education and Outreach Manager

Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation is looking to hire a full-time education and outreach manager.

Responsibilities: Manage education programs, including on-site tours, off-site presentations, and outreach events; develop improved content, processes, and products for print and digital materials; maintain and update content for the educational curriculum guide; serve as content manager for website and social media platforms; compile quarterly newsletter; develop and execute public outreach strategies; serve as corporate spokesperson for waste reduction, recycling, composting, and proper disposal.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in communications, education, public affairs, environmental studies, or a related field; advanced degree preferred; minimum five years experience in environmental program coordination, solid waste management, recycling, or related field; minimum three years management experience; ability to present to groups of various sizes and demographics; experience managing content and data analysis on social media platforms.

To apply: Send cover letter and resume to humanresources@rirrc.org by Oct. 18.

Land Management Director

The South Kingstown Land Trust is looking to hire a land management director to oversee the trust’s nearly 3,000 acres of land and some 170 properties.

Responsibilities: Maintain cooperative relationships with other natural resource agencies operating in South Kingstown or neighboring areas of importance; maintain accurate records and preparation of reports to the executive director and to grantor agencies; solicit financial or in-kind assistance from federal, state, and local governmental agencies, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, social organizations, and nonprofits.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree (master’s degree preferred) in the field of natural resource management or natural resource sciences; familiarity with environmental issues, wildlife biology, botany, farming practices, natural history, ornithology, limnology, forest management, and invasive exotic eradication; experience with land-use practices including but not limited to trail development and maintenance, forestry, and habitat maintenance and restoration.

Salary: Commensurate with experience.

To apply: Send cover letter and resume to Julia Landstreet at julia.landstreet@sklt.org by Oct. 18.