Recycling and Solid Waste Manager
Facilities Management at CU Boulder welcomes applicants for a Recycling and Solid Waste Manager. This is a managerial position that is responsible for the supervision of in-house solid waste and recycling collection services (including the management of the on-campus recycling facility) for the entire CU Boulder campus. The position directly supervises 13 FTE’s.
Deadline for applying is March 24, 2017.
For more information and to apply online, visit: https://cu.taleo.net/careersection/jobdetail.ftl?job=08634&lang=en#.WL2egs4a_nk.email
Manager, Recycling Programs
Job Title: Manager, Recycling Programs
Location: Washington, DC
POSITION DESCRIPTION/RESPONSIBILITIES: Each of Keep America Beautiful’s recycling programs are designed to raise awareness about recycling and, most importantly, grounded in KAB’s behavior change system, to engage individuals to recycle and recycle more of the right materials. In this position, the individual will be responsible for all aspects of managing the growth and execution of the national America Recycles Day and Recycle-Bowl programs including – program development (program content, website, registration and reporting), stakeholder engagement, promotional partner building and marketing communications.
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Waste & Recycling Service for Golden Events
City of Golden
Project Name: Waste & Recycling Service for Golden Events
Bid #: SUS2212017
Submittal Deadline: 03/10/2017 05:00 PM
The City of Golden is soliciting for a qualified waste hauler to provide trash and recycling dumpsters to serve a number of annual outdoor events. The contract will run through the end of calendar year 2017 and will include service for the events listed on the information sheet and may include additional service as needed. Interested parties are invited to submit quotes for service according to information on the downloadable information sheet.
Centered in the heart of downtown Omaha, NE, Creighton’s campus spans over 130 acres and employs over 2250 part-time and full-time benefit eligible employees making it one of the largest employers in the Omaha community. Creighton is a Catholic and Jesuit comprehensive university committed to excellence in selected undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs.
The Sustainability Coordinator will provide leadership in organizing events involving students, faculty, and staff to promote university-wide sustainability practices and an environmentally-mindful culture, to inform the community of our progress, to identify future challenges, and to motivate others to be actively involved in sustainability efforts. Additionally, he or she will represent Creighton’s voice in the community on sustainability issues, both managing opportunities and initiating relationships. The Sustainability Coordinator will manage internal efforts toward more sustainable practices with different organizations, which provide food services, reduce waste, lead composting efforts, and engage in campus planning. The Sustainability Coordinator will also manage and guide implementation of Creighton’s climate action plan.
- Bachelor’s Degree; Master’s preferred
- Education and experience should combine a strong set of interrelated expertise in areas possibly including, but not limited to, sustainability, environmental science, and/or engineering. Project and/or team management experience (minimum two years) required. Demonstration of successful project funding and grant-writing are preferred.
- 2-4 years’ related experience
- Strong interpersonal/human relations skills
- Strong verbal and written communication skills, including public speaking
- Organizational skills
- Ability to operate personal computer with various software programs
- Ability to maintain confidentiality
Please apply online at: https://careers.creighton.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=58010
An Equal Opportunity Employer.
RRS is seeking applications for a full time, temporary Intern position in their Boulder, Colorado, office to assist staff consultants and engineers on a variety of projects including research, data entry, solid waste planning, collection system management and program best practices.
Longmont and East County Campaigns Coordinator
Eco-Cycle, one of the oldest and largest recycling and Zero Waste non-profit organizations in the country, is hiring a fulltime Longmont and East County Campaigns Coordinator to deliver campaigns, programs and services in the City of Longmont and other East Boulder County communities (Lafayette, Louisville, Erie, Superior, and the mountain town of Lyons). Campaign work will focus on engaging youth and adults around Zero Waste and climate change issues. This person will partner with local government staff, local environmental groups, local elected officials and volunteers to deliver programs and services as well as mobilize citizens toward advocating for change in their communities through educational and direct action campaigns. This staffer will also help to secure educational and outreach contracts with communities requesting such services.
The Longmont and East County Campaigns Coordinator will oversee Zero Waste programs in East County, as well as a 2-year EPA grant project in the Town of Lyons to create the first Zero Waste Green Star Community. The coordinator will supervise volunteers, interns and other outreach staff as needed.
The Longmont and East County Campaigns Coordinator will serve as a significant public face of Eco-Cycle, relating with volunteers, elected officials, business owners and community leaders.
Hours: Full-time, requires some evening and weekend engagements.
Office: While much of the work is out of the office, this staffer will be housed in our Boulder office.
Reports to: Director of Community Campaigns
- Developing and implementing both educational and political programs and campaigns for Longmont and East County communities;
- Coordinate with local government staff and other community organizations or groups to implement programs;
- Coordinate the Green Star Lyons EPA funded project (2-years);
- Recruiting, training, coordinating and appreciating volunteers and activists;
- Developing new leaders through one-on-one meetings, group meetings and trainings;
- Mobilizing volunteers and citizen activists for action—though rallies, public meetings, house parties, petitions, letters, emails, and calls to decision makers;
- Building necessary public and political support and organizing events for grassroots action needed to win Zero Waste and Climate Campaigns;
- Collaborating closely with Eco-Cycle’s Campaigns team by supporting team members, providing creative ideas, and strategizing synergistic ways to strengthen both educational and political campaigns;
- “Table”/provide informal public education at public events and public spaces;
- Give presentations or participate in other public education opportunities as requested by community members;
- Writing email alerts, letters to the editor, blogs, and social media posts;
- Supervising volunteers, interns and other outreach staff as needed;
- Answer phones for front office public education support when necessary;
- Smart, creative college graduate or post graduate with experience managing or directing grassroots campaigns or community organizing;
- Committed and passionate about creating social change for the good of the environment and the local and global community;
- Lives by an environmental ethic in terms of personal life choices and practices;
- Independent and self-driven, hard worker who doesn’t need a lot of guidance or direction; able to manage self, staff and volunteers, supporting others’ work and able to solve problems creatively;
- Track record of accomplishments in community and/or political organizing;
- Excellent community organizing skills, volunteer management, strategizing and following through on organizing campaigns and programs;
- Excellent leadership development skills; ready to do what it takes to turn someone into a great leader; inspirational and enthusiastic presence;
- Excellent individual and group communication skills (written and verbal); finesse in applying these skills across a range of relationships with a wide variety of constituents including youth, adults, and community leaders;
- Ability to speak and present in front of groups of different sizes; Strong planning and organizational skills; including excellent time management, project management and delegation skills;
- Ability to apply creative and critical thinking to improve existing programs; Familiarity with Boulder County preferred;
- Proficient in Microsoft Office programs and the use of social media;
Salary: Salary is competitive and includes health and dental insurance, vacation and other benefits.
To Apply: Send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to email@example.com. Position is open until filled. NO phone calls please.