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  • February 24, 2021 2:01 PM | Anonymous

    Organization: Gorman Heritage Farm

    Job Title: Livestock/Equine Assistant

    Classification: Part time, Non-Exempt. 20 hours/week, weekends required.

    Reports to: Farm Manager

    Pay Scale: $11-13/ hour, depending on experience

    Purpose:

    Working under the direction of the Farm Manager to care for livestock and poultry with a focus on equine, grounds and building maintenance, assist with management of Volunteers and Volunteer Groups, and help with Summer Camp as needed.

    Job Responsibilities:

    ● Focus on all aspects of equine care as well as off site programs, in cooperation with GHF Harness Club

    ● Feeding, watering, cleaning, and pasture rotation for livestock and poultry

    ● Work with Education Team to educate visitors and groups, including prep for groups

    ● Assist in managing Volunteers and Volunteer groups to maximize efficiency of work in Farmyard

    ● Assist Farm Manager in maintaining all records including but not limited to animal inventory, health, feeding and pasture rotation, volunteer tasks, daily tasks, etc.

    ● Grounds maintenance including mowing, trimming and snow removal as needed

    ● Work all GHF Events as needed

    ● Other duties as assigned.

    Education/Skills: High School Diploma/GED and relevant work experience required. Familiarity with and knowledge of care for equines required. Basic knowledge of animals required. Good communications skills. Positive attitude. Passion for the mission of Gorman Heritage Farm.

    Physical demands: This position requires very strenuous physical activities. The work is performed both indoors and outdoors in all kinds of weather.

    Equipment operated: Tractors, truck with trailer, utility vehicles, hand tools, power tools, computer, printer/copier, and other equipment found in an office and farm environment.

    To apply: Send cover letter and resume to Farm Manager Bill Tonne

    btonne@gormanfarm.org

    (Deadline to apply is 2/28/21)



  • February 24, 2021 12:00 PM | Anonymous

    Organization:​ Gorman Heritage Farm

    Position: Senior Camp Counselor/Environmental Educator

    Location: 10052 Reading Rd. Evendale, OH

    Duration: ​May 31—August 13, 2021. All staff have OFF the week of July 4 - July 10.

    Hours:​ 40 hours per week; 8:00am – 4:00pm M-F. (On aftercare day, hours will be 8:30-4:30pm.)

    Compensation: ​ $2,200 stipend (includes free lodging if needed)

    Responsible to: ​Camp Coordinator, Education Coordinator & Director of Education

    Purpose: ​Serves as lead counselor for groups of campers age 3-13 during farm-based summer day camp, organizing and executing planned camp activities, safely managing groups of children in a farm setting, and demonstrating leadership to Junior Counselors and Counselors-in-Training. Supports the mission, promotes membership and acts as an advocate for GHF.

    Primary Responsibilities:

    ● Guide a group of 6—11 campers safely around the farm, knowing the location of all of your campers during camp hours, and ensuring campers’ wellbeing

    ● Lead small and large group activities, supervising campers’ participation in activities, and being an active part of all activities (i.e. animal interactions, lunchtime games, farm animal chores, produce harvesting)

    ● Interact appropriately with and model professional behavior for campers and staff in a variety of situations using positive behavior-management techniques, including: enthusiasm, a positive attitude, patience, sensitivity, a sense of humor, and self-control

    ● Supervise, guide and mentor Junior Counselors (16-18 years old) and Counselors-in-Training (14-15 years old) within your camp group

    ● Work with other camp staff to complete morning set-up and afternoon clean-up of camp areas

    ● With junior counselor, work at least one day of camp aftercare each week, managing group of 10 campers.

    ● Attend all required, scheduled training and workshop sessions and camp staff meetings

    Environmental Education Experience:

    ● Counselors will gain valuable experience in farm-based environmental education as a leader and planner of summer camps for children from a variety of backgrounds and ages (3—14 years). Counselors will also hone their public speaking skills while leading farm tours, and gain new skills while working in our gardens and with animals in our farmyard.

    ● Counselors will receive training and then guide campers through activities focused on daily farm and garden chores, farm animal care, hands-on nature exploration, farm ecology, cooking and food preparation, and camp favorites like songs, games, and crafts.

    ● Counselors will participate in workshops and projects with other counselors to gain a better understanding of life on a working farm, environmental education, and nature interpretation skills.

    ● Counselors will gain experience working in a cooperative, supportive, and educational working environment. They will also practice mentorship, leadership and management skills working with Junior Counselors (ages 16—18) and Counselors-in-Training (ages 14—15).

    ● Counselors will have the opportunity to work with our gardeners, farmers and volunteers to grow, harvest, and market produce using organic methods, as well as produce eggs and meat using family-scale methods.

    ● Counselors receive one full week of paid training. ​Camp Training Week is May 31th through June 4, 2021. ​This includes the Memorial Day holiday.

    Desired Qualifications and Experience:

    ● Applicants must be at least 19 years of age (required)

    ● Previous experience working with children or education, preferably in a day camp setting

    ● An ability to plan programs, be enthusiastic around children, conduct activities safely, and accept feedback

    ● An ability to work as a member of a team and also work independently, with excellent communication and interpersonal skills, creativity, open-mindedness, and flexibility

    ● Demonstrated interest in environmental education, agriculture, sustainability, gardening, animal care, cooking, arts and crafts.

    Online Application: ​https://form.jotform.com/73204630492148

    Our application can also be found on our website: gormanfarm.org


  • February 24, 2021 12:00 PM | Anonymous

    Organization:​ Gorman Heritage Farm

    Position: Camp Coordinator

    Location: 10052 Reading Rd. Evendale, OH

    Duration: ​May 24—August 13, 2021. All staff have OFF the week of July 4 - July 10.

    Hours:​ 40 hours per week; 8:00am – 4:00pm M-F, with some days ending at 5pm.

    Compensation: ​ $12/hour

    Responsible to: ​Education Coordinator & Director of Education

    Purpose: ​Serves as leader of farm-based summer day camp for campers age 3-13, demonstrating leadership to Senior Counselors (age 18+), Junior Counselors (age 16-18) and Counselors-in-Training (age 13-15), overseeing camper arrival/departure and supervising safe and fun camper activities within a farm setting. Supports the GHF mission, promotes membership and acts as an advocate for GHF.

    Primary Responsibilities:

    ● Oversee safe and successful day-to-day operations of camp, including camp set-up, camper arrival-departure, camp activities, camp clean-up, camper aftercare and staff debrief.

    ● Create, file and organize all documents pertaining to camp, including camper/counselor medical forms, camper registration/arrival forms, photo/media authorization forms, and trail group lists.

    ● Spend first week of summer going through camp supply inventory, purchasing supplies, creating materials, and coordinating with education coordinator about staff training week.

    ● Co-lead staff training week.

    ● Plan and schedule team building and training opportunities with specialists based on counselor interest.

    ● Provide guidance and mentorship to camp staff, providing performance reviews and resume assistance during scheduled performance reviews.

    ● Step into lead camp trail groups as needed.

    ● Perform on-site counselor housing inspections to ensure cleanliness and adherence to housing policy.

    ● Take notes throughout summer and create documentation with the goal of improving camper, counselor and coordinator training materials and experiences.

    Desired Qualifications:

    ● Applicant must be at least 18 years old (required)

    ● Previous experience working with children (required), preferably in a day camp setting

    ● An ability to manage other peers constructively, plan programs, conduct activities, and accept feedback

    ● An ability to work as a member of a team and also work independently, with excellent communication and interpersonal skills, creativity, open-mindedness, and flexibility

    ● Demonstrated interest or special skills in environmental education, agriculture, sustainability, gardening, animal care, cooking, arts and crafts, construction/building

    ● Current certifications in standard first aid and CPR are preferred

    Description of Site:

    Gorman Heritage Farm is a 122-acre not-for-profit, educational, historical working farm in the Village of Evendale, just north of Cincinnati, Ohio.

    Gorman Heritage Farm promotes:

    ● hands-on interactions with a variety of animals, gardens and crop fields both for production and education

    ● engaging farm experiences celebrating the power of food and its connection to people, places, and the natural world

    ● values such as self-reliance, stewardship, service, and meaningful labor.

    Online Application: ​https://www.jotform.com/build/80214605792152

    Our application can also be found on our website: www.gormanfarm.org


  • February 24, 2021 11:28 AM | Anonymous

    Organization: RedBike

    JOB TITLE: Outreach & Member Management Assistant

    COMPENSATION: $16/hour, 28 hours/week

    APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 5, 2021

    JOB TYPE: Part-Time, First-Shift, including weekends

    REQUIREMENTS: Must be a licensed driver

    START DATE: March 2021

    Red Bike is looking for an engaged and outgoing individual to join our Outreach and Member Management Team (O&MM). The O&MM Assistant will work with the Education & Outreach Manager to bring new people to bikeshare and foster positive user experiences through outreach, community engagement, and customer service.

    This is a new position created to support Red Bike’s efforts to deepen its relationships and roots within several neighborhoods and communities, with partner organizations, bicycling advocates, and a wealth of residents remembering what a great joy and tool a bike can be.

    The O&MM Assistant will help support and grow the Red Bike Go program, which provides equitable access to bikeshare. In 2021, Red Bike will be launching the Red Bike Go Living Lab, an effort to develop and test innovative, new strategies and programs to increase access to bikeshare. In 2020, over 20% of rides taken on Red Bike were taken by members of the Red Bike Go program. We have made it a goal to continue to increase that percentage and better ensure bike access for more and more individuals and communities.

    Red Bike is the region’s most fun system of public transportation: A bike sharing system serving Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky with 600 classic and electric-assist bicycles, from 60 stations. Red Bike is a non-profit organization dedicated to the joy and wellness of our neighbors by providing a low-cost, healthy, and green transportation option that makes Greater Cincinnati more vibrant and connected.

    Please submit a resume and brief introductory email to support@cincybikeshare.org.

    BIPOC and multilingual individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.

    Red Bike is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a drug-free workplace.

    Training of the bikeshare system and software will be provided.

    O&MM Assistant will report to the Education & Outreach Manager. Together they will determine a schedule, anticipating the following:

    3-4 required shifts a week, either at the Red Bike Office, working from home, or in the field at Events, canvassing, and bike rides often take place in the evening and/or on the weekend, especially during peak riding season.

    DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

    The O&MM Assistant’s primary responsibilities are to advocate for equitable bikeshare access and use by engaging within communities and partner organizations, while also providing high quality response and assistance to Red Bike users and colleagues.

    Outreach & Program Support

    ● Establish a Neighborhood & Station Canvassing Plan for Outreach Ambassadors

    ○ Assist with Outreach Ambassador recruitment, scheduling, and coordination for canvassing, events, rides, classes, etc.

    ● Assist with managing and creating community partnerships

    ○ Relationship building, coordination, and communication

    ○ Youth Program development and implementation

    ○ Monthly classes at Citylink Center

    ● Assist with event planning & participation to promote bikeshare

    ○ Advocacy and word-spreading within communities to increase ridership

    ○ Organize a Community Bike Ride Series to promote and encourage bike riding and social connection

    ■ Coordinate with stakeholders to recruit riders and plan rides

    ■ Participate in and/or lead group bike rides

    ■ Educate riders on bike safety and how-to instruction

    ○ Art Activations for station and dock installations

    ○ Tabling at events

    ■ Distribute promotional materials and administer surveys

    ■ Bikeshare how-to and pricing education

    ■ Demonstrate bike features and bike checkout/in

    ■ Membership sign-up/renewal

    ■ Load/Unload bikes, tents, tables, chairs to/from vehicle

    ■ Event setup, teardown, and preparation

    ● Assist with Collateral Material Needs & Inventory

    ○ Develop collateral material list of needs for promotional and informative purposes

    ■ Handouts, flyers, posters, station/bike advertisements, etc.

    Customer Service & Member Management

    ● Knowledge about all aspects of Red Bike equipment, bike checkout/return, offerings and programs, member management software, etc.

    ● Assist with customer correspondence, such as phone calls, emails, and text messages

    ● Assist with addressing and resolving customer issues or dispatching to appropriate staff

    ○ Example: Registration and billing inquiries

    ● Assist with managing membership database, including Red Bike Go

    ○ Go Member enrollment and cash management

    ● Assist with fulfillment of member cards, gift passes, and merchandise orders

    ● Assist with various customer service projects as assigned

    ○ Example: Surveying, reporting, presentations, etc.

    ● Assist with social media

    POSITION REQUIREMENTS

    ● Community organizing experience

    ● Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills

    ● Problem solving and critical thinking skills

    ● Team oriented and focused on continuous improvement

    ● Strong understanding of computer software and social media applications

    ● Self-motivated and ability to deal with and meet changing deadlines

    ● Capable of working independently with limited oversight

    ● Support for bicycling and bikeshare; comfortable riding a Red Bike in city traffic

    ● Valid driver’s license

    ● Comfortable in a fast-paced work environment

    ● Ability to lift up to 50 lbs., stoop, bend, and stand for extended periods

    ● Willingness and ability to work evenings and/or weekends

    ● Willingness to work in various weather conditions

    ● Commitment to having fun


  • February 24, 2021 11:21 AM | Anonymous

    Organization: Redbike

    JOB TITLE: Outreach & Member Management Intern

    COMPENSATION: $12.50/hour, 10-12 hours/week

    APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 5, 2021

    JOB TYPE: Part-Time, First-Shift, including weekends

    REQUIREMENTS: Must be a licensed driver

    START DATE: March 2021

    Red Bike is looking for an engaged and outgoing individual to join our Outreach and Member Management Team. The O&MM Intern will work with the Education & Outreach Manager and O&MM Assistant to bring new people to bikeshare and foster positive user experiences through outreach, community engagement, and customer service.

    This is a new position created to support Red Bike’s efforts to deepen its relationships and roots within several neighborhoods and communities, with partner organizations, bicycling advocates, and a wealth of residents remembering what a great joy and tool a bike can be.

    The O&MM Team will help support and grow the Red Bike Go program, which provides equitable access to bikeshare. In 2021, Red Bike will be launching the Red Bike Go Living Lab, an effort to develop and test innovative, new strategies and programs to increase access to bikeshare. In 2020, over 20% of rides taken on Red Bike were taken by members of the Red Bike Go program. We’ve made it a goal to continue to increase that percentage and better ensure bike access for more and more individuals and communities.

    Red Bike is the region’s most fun system of public transportation: A bike sharing system serving Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky with 600 classic and electric-assist bicycles, from 60 stations. Red Bike is a non-profit organization dedicated to the joy and wellness of our neighbors by providing a low-cost, healthy, and green transportation option that makes Greater Cincinnati more vibrant and connected.

    Please submit a resume and brief introductory email to support@cincybikeshare.org.

    BIPOC and multilingual individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.

    Red Bike is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a drug-free workplace.

    Training of the bikeshare system and software will be provided.

    O&MM Intern will report to the Education & Outreach Manager. Together they will determine a schedule, anticipating the following:

    - 2 shifts a week, either at the Red Bike Office, working from home, or in the field at partner locations, events, or bike rides

    - Events, canvassing, and bike rides occasionally take place in the evening and/or on the weekend, especially during peak riding season.


    DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

    The O&MM Intern’s primary responsibilities are to advocate for equitable bikeshare access and use by engaging within communities and partner organizations, while also providing high quality response and assistance to Red Bike users and colleagues.

    Outreach & Program Support

    ● Advocacy and word-spreading within communities to increase ridership

    ● Support management of community partnerships and programs

    ○ Coordination and communication with events, rides, classes, etc.

    ○ Youth Program implementation

    ○ Monthly CityLink classes

    ● Support event planning and participation

    ○ Assist with neighborhood canvassing, events, rides, classes, etc.

    ○ Assist with organizing community bike ride series to promote and encourage bike riding and social connection

    ■ Coordinate with stakeholders to recruit riders and plan rides

    ■ Participate in and/or lead group bike rides

    ■ Educate riders on bike safety and how-to instruction

    ○ Assist in coordinating art activations for station and dock installations

    ○ Tabling at events

    ■ Distribute promotional materials and administer surveys

    ■ Bikeshare how-to and pricing education

    ■ Demonstrate bike features and bike checkout/in

    ■ Membership sign-up/renewal

    ■ Load/Unload bikes, tents, tables, chairs to/from vehicle

    ■ Event setup, teardown, and preparation

    ● Support Collateral Material Needs & Inventory

    ● Other project assistance as assigned

    ○ Example: Surveying, reporting, documentation, inventory, presentations, etc.

    Customer Service & Member Management

    ● Knowledge about all aspects of Red Bike equipment, bike checkout/return, offerings and programs, member management software, etc.

    ● Support customer correspondence, such as phone calls, emails, and text messages

    ● Support customer service needs

    ○ Example: Registration and billing inquiries, dispatch to appropriate staff

    ● Support management of member database, including Red Bike Go

    ○ Go Member enrollment and cash

    ● Support fulfillment needs, such as member cards, gift passes, and merchandise orders

    ● Support social media needs

    POSITION REQUIREMENTS

    ● Community organizing experience

    ● Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills

    ● Problem solving and critical thinking skills

    ● Team oriented and focused on continuous improvement

    ● Strong understanding of computer software and social media applications

    ● Self-motivated and ability to deal with and meet changing deadlines

    ● Capable of working independently with limited oversight

    ● Support for bicycling and bikeshare; comfortable riding a Red Bike in city traffic

    ● Valid driver’s license

    ● Comfortable in a fast-paced work environment

    ● Ability to lift up to 50 lbs., stoop, bend, and stand for extended periods

    ● Willingness and ability to work evenings and/or weekends

    ● Willingness to work in various weather conditions

    ● Commitment to having fun


  • February 24, 2021 10:46 AM | Anonymous

    Organization: Cardinal Land Conservancy

    Cardinal Land Conservancy Inc. ("CLC") is an Ohio non-profit corporation whose mission is: “To preserve natural habitats, waterways and productive lands we love in southwest Ohio by working with individuals, families and communities.”  Cardinal works in seven counties in southwest Ohio to preserve agricultural lands through conservation easements as well as purchasing lands important for conservation to own and manage for the public benefit. We continuously seek to attract new members and donors through communications and events throughout the region to help us achieve tangible, lasting results at scale. 

    Development Manager Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:   

    Membership Support – Organize, grow and maintain membership by doing outreach in all forms--verbal, written, electronic. Electronic communication includes engagement on social media as well as website creative input and updating. Manager is responsible for organizing and running membership events, in cooperation with the Executive Director.  

    Fundraising/Development Support – Assist and guide Development Committee with enhancing and implementing the fundraising plan in line with CLC’s strategic plan. This includes organizing and executing member and fundraising events and new donor outreach. Create and strengthen personal relationships with donors.

    Financial Support – Ensure that member records are correct and up-to-date. Manager oversees member communications and renewals. This position involves managing individual and corporate gifts as well as planned and annual giving campaigns.

    Community Outreach – Build strong and successful relationships with individuals and groups in the Cardinal’s service area. Partnerships in event planning is strongly encouraged.

    Administrative Support – Assist with minor administrative duties to support the work of CLC including filing, record-keeping etc… 

    Work Hours and Benefits 

    This position is considered full-time with salary range of $35,000 - $40,000 per year. Hours worked should be 40 hours per week with paid federal holidays. Professional development opportunities are encouraged and supported by Cardinal and hours are flexible including working from home when necessary. At this time, health and retirement benefits are not offered by Cardinal. Approved travel expenses will be reimbursed by submitting an expense report to the Finance Committee. This employee is classified as an At Will employee. 

     

    Minimum Qualifications/Skills 

    • Experience with fundraising and building long-term relationships to financial supporters

    • Experience asking for gifts from individuals

    • Experience managing and tracking multiple prospects and donors

    • Strong interpersonal skills. Should be comfortable engaging a variety of personality types

    • Exceptional ethics and integrity

    • Strong organization and communication skills with attention to detail. Should be able to produce written materials for a variety of audiences and occasions. Must communicate in a professional manner with landowners and members on phone, and facilitate small groups in person.

    Desired Qualifications/Skills 

    • Three to Five years of experience with written and verbal communication.  

    • Facilitation Skills. Employee will be expected to delegate tasks to board, staff, and volunteers.  

    • Attention to detail. Employee should have to skills to implement existing and create new SOP. 

    • Experience supervising small groups in the workplace  

    Education & Experience 

    • Bachelor’s degree

    • Fundraising experience

    • Proficient with Microsoft Office software

    • Experience with fundraising software – DonorPerfect preferred 

    • Grant writing experience

    • Excellent written, interpersonal and verbal communication skills

    • Familiarity with WordPress and various social media platforms

    How To Apply

    Position open immediately. Please submit a cover letter and resume and sample of writing to andy@cardinallandconservancy.org. Position open until filled.


  • February 21, 2021 12:00 PM | Anonymous

    Organization: Mill Creek Alliance

    The Mill Creek Alliance (Alliance) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. We champion the resurgence of the Mill Creek Watershed as a natural and community asset. We envision the watershed as a healthy ecosystem where people and communities can thrive. Our work focuses on RESTORATION, EDUCATION, and RECREATION.

    SUMMARY:

    The Community and Social Engagement Coordinator, in collaboration with the Alliance Executive Director and staff, supports the Alliance’s mission by engaging communities and communicating with the public about MCA’s mission and activities as well as organizing/managing volunteers for all programs in the organization.

    I. TEAMWORK AND PARTICIPATION

    ● Collaborate and coordinate with MCA program coordinators/directors

    ● Establish effective working partnerships with a wide range of watershed stakeholders

    ● Balance multiple priorities

    ● Communicate in a positive and respectful manner

    ● Demonstrate flexibility and cooperative attitude when faced with change

    ● Demonstrate strong multi-tasking abilities

    ● Work independently with minimal supervision

    ● Motivate and manage project teams to meet milestone schedules

    II. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    Outreach

    ● Support the mission of the Alliance by working closely with local communities, residents, businesses, agencies, and governmental organizations in the Mill Creek Watershed to foster partnerships.

    ● Organize and attend meetings that build relationships and support our efforts to champion the resurgence of the Mill Creek in all watershed communities.

    ● Work with staff and Board committee members to plan and organize outreach events.

    Communication

    ● Manage MCA external communication, including email campaigns (MailChimp), social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn), marketing campaigns, web content and blogging (Squarespace), newsletters and annual appeals, etc.

    ● Assure consistent and coordinated messaging across all MCA communications platforms.

    ● Support development activities including donor management and acknowledgement (DonorPerfect).

    Volunteers

    ● Recruit volunteers, manage the volunteer in-take process, orient volunteers to work assigned, evaluate volunteer experience, and find creative ways to express gratitude and maintain commitment.

    ● Work closely with program coordinators/directors to schedule and track volunteer participation/experiences.

    Other

    ● Performs all other related duties as assigned by the Executive Director.

    III. TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

    Computer hardware and software, printer, copier, scanner, and mobile telephone

    IV. PHYSICAL DEMANDS

    The employee must occasionally lift and / or move up to 50 pounds. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these essential functions.

    V. WORK ENVIRONMENT

    The duties of this job are performed both inside a climate-controlled office setting and outside, and at times in inclement weather. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

    VI. QUALIFICATIONS

    Education / Work Experience:

    ● Education and/or relevant experience working with communities and non-profit organizations

    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

    ● Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with watershed stakeholders, colleagues, supervisors, elected officials, and the public

    ● Proficient in Social Media

    ● Knowledgeable in web design, email marketing, and donor management software

    ● Experienced in Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

    ● Ability to work independently on several on-going projects setting incremental milestones while keeping sight of long-term objectives

    ● Ability to effectively balance multiple priorities in a dynamic and fast-paced environment

    ● Excellent written, verbal, and computer-based communication skills, including the ability to deliver presentations to a variety of audiences

    ● Ability to maintain organized records

    ● Ability to articulate and present a positive professional image in person, on the telephone, and in electronic communications

    ● Valid Ohio Drivers’ License and access to a vehicle

    VIII.COMPENSATION AND HOURS

    This is a part-time (20 hours per week) grant-funded position. Office hours are flexible between 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Evening and weekend hours are required and may be imperative for success in this position. Salary, wages, and benefits offered are based on a detailed rubric in order to assure equitable pay based on responsibility, education, experience, and history with the organization. Employees are paid twice a month.

    VII. APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESSES

    Applicants must submit cover letter, resume, and three professional references to David J. Schmitt at dschmitt@themillcreekalliance.org by March 5, 2021 . Several candidates will be selected for interviews based on the written materials submitted. Final selection is based on the most qualified applicant as determined by one or more in-person interviews. The position is available immediately.

    Mill Creek Alliance is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, national origin, genetic information, ancestry, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identification, or disability as defined in the Americans with Disabilities Act. The job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the job change. If an applicant meets all requirements and characteristics as indicated in the job description, hiring may be contingent upon successful completion of drug and alcohol test, background check, and physical.


  • February 21, 2021 11:31 AM | Anonymous

    Organization: Colerain Townership

    The Colerain Township Department of Development currently has one vacant role. The Township is seeking qualified professionals that may fit the requisite background, experience, and qualifications to fill either the role of Director of Development, Assistant Director of Development, or Senior Development Officer.

    SALARY: Dependent on qualifications and position offered. Ranges from $60,000 - $90,000.

    The job duties and daily work expectations will vary depending on the position that is offered to the successful applicant. Generally speaking, below is an illustrative list of job duties and functions:

    • Assists businesses and commercial contractors in completing submission requirements for new construction and expansion of existing businesses.

    • Serves as a liaison to businesses of Colerain Township.

    • Recruits and retains businesses into the community.

    • Economic development negotiations.

    • May act as a liaison between civic groups and township administration.

    • May assist in the preparation and processing of grant applications that support economic development efforts.

    • May represent the township at various functions that are dedicated to the promotion of economic development.

    • Works with developers to promote business and residential development throughout the Township.

    • Administers the Township’s Community Development Block Grant program.

    • Analyzes pro formas and requests for economic development assistance, including TIFs, CRA, and other financial models.

    • Works with outside agencies such as REDI, the Port, HCDC, OKI, and others to secure grant funding and support for economic development projects.

    • Serves as liaison to the Colerain Township Community Improvement Corporation.

    • Coordinates any business recognition programs.

    • Monitors economic development agreements for compliance.

    • Develops a strategic network of contacts, including real estate professionals, developers, business executives, business organizations, government agencies and civic groups to promote development and identify business opportunities within Colerain Township.

    •Assists with the development of materials for the Tax Incentive Review Council and Joint Economic Development District Board.

    • Seeks new leads for business investment and meets with potential contacts to attract new business.

    • Communicates government issues and matters affecting business operations and provides resources to mitigate those issues.

    • Performs project research and trends analyses impacting the business community.

    • Attends and addresses conferences and meetings to promote development.

    • Develops and implements a strategic plan for business retention, expansion, and attraction, including requisite small area studies.

    • Coordinates with other departments and development agencies, public and private, to streamline the business development process.Conducts charettes with community members on key property redevelopments and long term neighborhood visioning.

    • Program administration for various residential redevelopment activities, including any façade repair programs.

    • Leads and works to establish appropriate business improvement districts throughout the Township.

    • Promotes development opportunities and general community attributes to applicable target markets.

    • Coordinates visits to the Township and surrounding area for prospective investors

    • Other duties as assigned.

    APPLY HERE
  • February 17, 2021 3:11 PM | Anonymous

    Organization: Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District

    The Southwest Ohio Pollution Prevention (P2) Internship Program is a 12-week summer internship program that pairs college students with companies seeking new and innovative approaches to pollution prevention and conservation. The program is sponsored by Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District, the Butler County Recycling & Solid Waste District, the Montgomery County Solid Waste District, and Ohio EPA.

    Information for Interested Host Companies

    The program trains and hosts college interns at selected companies in Hamilton, Butler, and Montgomery counties. The Districts fund approximately 75% of the internship and the host companies match 25%. The goal of the internship program is to give businesses fresh and innovative ideas about pollution prevention, save money through the implementation of P2 solutions, give students an edge in obtaining full-time employment after graduation, and create and keep technically skilled jobs in Ohio.

    If you are interested in becoming a host company, please contact Mary Cropenbaker or fill out this application.

    Information for Interested Student Applicants

    We are currently accepting applications for Summer 2021 Interns.

    Interns selected to participate in the Southwest Ohio Pollution Prevention Internship Program are given responsibilities that assist his/her learning and experience in implementing pollution prevention initiatives including:

    Assist company professionals in facility audits to identify new pollution prevention activities pertaining to waste/ hazardous waste reduction, emissions reduction, water conservation, energy conservation, and manufacturing efficiency

    Research and evaluate new pollution prevention recommendations and ensure compliance with environmental and safety regulations

    Present recommendations to supervisor and technical advisors

    Internship qualifications include:

    Must be currently enrolled undergraduate or graduate student with at least two years of undergraduate education completed

    Desired majors include: engineering, environmental health and safety, and environmental science

    Must have valid driver’s license issued by the state of residency

    If you would like to apply for the Summer 2021 Internship, download the application and return it along with a cover letter and resume to Mary Cropenbaker by February 26, 2021.

  • February 11, 2021 4:10 PM | Anonymous

    Organization: Citizens Climate Lobby

    Conservative Outreach Director (remote)

    Citizens' Climate Education

    Washington, DC, USA

    Compensation: $70,000 Annually

    Benefits Offered: 401K, Dental, Medical, Vision

    Employment Type: Full-Time

    POSITION PURPOSE: The successful candidate will change the practices in Citizens’ Climate Education (CCE) so that the organization recruits, retains and activates more conservative and Republican supporters. CCE works to build nationwide support for a revenue neutral carbon dividend approach to address climate change and coordinates with a 501(c)(4) sister organization, Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL), when volunteers engage in advocacy for specific legislation. This position will work within CCE to lead our outreach to conservatives and Republican voters on carbon pricing and carbon dividends as a mechanism to mitigate climate change.

    POSITION REPORTS TO: CCE’s Vice President of Programs

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Shift the culture and actions of Citizens Climate, both those actions taken by staff and by volunteers, to recruit, retain and activate more conservative supporters. Work directly with our Communications Department, Marketing Department, DC staff, Liaison Support, strategy development team, and Volunteer Programs Department to bring forward innovative changes in the way Citizens’ Climate behaves. Engage other staff to have these changes implemented in their departments and within our volunteer network

    Lead teams of volunteers working across the United States to expand our local outreach to conservatives and to influence conservative thought in local communities

    Represent Citizens’ Climate in our relationships with conservative organizations engaging in constructive climate policy

    Work with CCL staff, volunteers and allied organizations to shift the window of climate and energy policies that are acceptable to conservatives & Republicans so that this window includes carbon pricing

    REQUIREMENTS:

    • Demonstrated networking & communication skills engaging conservatives and Republicans

    • Demonstrated experience working with and guiding volunteers

    • Demonstrated experience working on a political campaign

    • A minimum of 5 years of progressively increasing responsibility at work, leading teams and engaging a target audience

    • A working knowledge of carbon pricing as a mechanism for climate mitigation is beneficial

    • Experience guiding teams through organizational change is beneficial

    • Ability to work collaboratively, to meet deadlines, and to self direct your actions

    • Supply your own computer with internet access, mobile phone, and transportation for outreach events

    COMPENSATION: The successful applicant will receive a $70,000 annual salary.

    Closes: Feb. 21, 2021.

    CCE & CCL are non-partisan, non-profit organizations with educational programs and lobbying activities [501(c)(3) and (c)(4) designations]. Citizens' Climate Education affords equal employment opportunities to applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

    About Citizens' Climate Education:

    Citizens’ Climate Education (CCE) and Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL) are non-partisan, grassroots advocacy organizations that build political will to advance effective climate policies at the national and state levels. With more than 182,500 climate advocates organized into 478 active chapters, CCE/CCL has cultivated one of the strongest grassroots movements for non-partisan climate solutions in the United States. CCE/CCL trains and supports volunteers to lobby elected officials, publish media about climate solutions, and educate their local communities about climate change. CCE/CCL prides itself on its unique, relationship-based approach to climate advocacy in which we work to build upon shared values, rather than partisan divides. For more information about CCE/CCL, visit our website at www.citizensclimatelobby.org.

    CCE/CCL is an equal opportunity employer is and all qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. We strongly encourage Black, Indigenous, people of color, women, LGBTQI+ individuals, differently-abled people, formerly incarcerated people, and people of any and all traditionally marginalized identities to apply. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, religion, national origin, disability, ancestry, marital status, veteran status, medical condition, or any protected category prohibited by local, state, or federal laws.

    APPLY HERE


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