Climate Jobs, Internships, Scholarships and Fellowships

Equity Office Task Force Project Manager, Washington State Board of Health. Applications are due June 19, 2019. The Equity Office Task Force Project Manager (Project) will provide project management for all aspects of a new legislatively-created task force.  This position provides expertise and advice to the Task Force on complex, multifaceted, and controversial topics of statewide significance.  This position represents the Task Force in communications with the Legislature; the Governor's Office; state agencies, boards, and commissions; community based organizations, and other stakeholders. For more information and to apply, click here

 

Environmental Justice Task Force Project Manager, Washington State Board of Health. Applications are due June 19, 2019. The Environmental Justice Task Force Project Manager (Project) will provide project management for all aspects of a new legislatively-created task force. This position serves as the Environmental Justice Task Force Project Manager, providing expertise and advice to the Task Force on complex, multifaceted, and controversial topics of statewide significance. For more information and to apply, click here.

 

Community Outreach Coordinator, Washington State Board of Health. Applications are due June 20, 2019. The Community Outreach Coordinator (Project) works to ensure that two newly legislatively-created Task Forces (the Environmental Justice Task Force and the Equity Office Task Force) are informed by meaningful community engagement, particularly with communities impacted by inequities and environmental injustice.  For more information and to apply, click here.

 

Administrative Assistant 3, Washington State Board of Health. Applications are due June 20, 2019. The Administrative Assistant 3 (Project) works to ensure that two newly legislatively-created Task Forces (the Environmental Justice Task Force and the Equity Office Task Force) receive the administrative and clerical support needed to fulfill their responsibilities. For more information and to apply, click here.

 

Administrative Policy Analyst, Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission. Applications due June 21, 2019. Under the supervision and direction of the Director of Intergovernmental Affairs, provide leadership and policy analysis in the areas of employment law, and financial and insurance regulations. The Administrative Policy Analyst will also assist the Commission in implementing various human resource functions. Submit a letter of interest, a writing sample, and a resume (including 3 references) to: Leanne Thannum, Litigation Support Specialist, Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission, lthannum@glifwc.org.

 

1854 Treaty Authority Climate Specialist. Applications are due June 21, 2019. 1854's Resource Management Division is hiring a Climate Specialist. This is a regular, full-time position (1 year, extension dependent upon funding). Application materials (including 1854 Application for Employment) are due June 21st, 2019.

 

It Takes Roots (ITR) Organizer Position. Applications are due June 28, 2019. This position will join the ITR Organizing Team to lead, develop, and implement programs across the four alliances. Travel is required on average 5-10 days per month in the US, and occasional international travel. Applicants must have a strong ability to build relationships with integrity and humility, work independently, forecast and plan multiple projects several months in advance, attention to detail as well as big picture political analysis, and consistent communication while working remotely. It Takes Roots (ITR) to Grow the Resistance centers the leadership and power of urban and rural communities on the frontlines of racial, gender, housing, environmental, energy and climate justice in the United States to advance regenerative economies and healthy communities. http://ggjalliance.org/sites/default/files/ITR%20Organizer%20Job%20Description%20June%202019_final_0.pdf

 

Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation Forester Position. Open until filled. Application Review begins July 1, 2019. The Department of Natural Resources for the CTUIR is seeking qualified applicants for a professional forester position. This is a full-time permanent position located in Pendleton, OR. The incumbent would be responsible for enhancing and sustaining Tribally significant First Food sources through various forest management activities including: assisting in timber sale preparation and administration, non-commercial thinning contract development and administration, timber stand improvement, reforestation, and the planning and implementation of prescribed fire. For more information and to apply, visit: https://ctuir.org/forester-0

 

Post-Doctoral Research Position; Assessing Climate Change Knowledge Co-production and Boundary Spanning in Alaska. Open until filled.  Review Date: July 8, 2019 The University of Alaska is seeking a post-doctoral research fellow to explore one or more of the following inter-related research areas of knowledge co-production and boundary spanning assessment related to climate change in Alaska. Desired start date: Sept 2019. Duration: 2 year. Location: Fairbanks, Alaska. For more information, visit: https://accap.uaf.edu/postdoc-wanted.

 

2019 IAC Eastern Youth Food Sovereignty Summit. Applications accepted on a rolling basis until all seats have been filled. Applications are open for the 2019 Eastern Native Youth Food Sovereignty Summit, organized by Intertribal Agriculture Council and hosted by the Aroostook Band of Micmacs and sponsored by Maine Natural Resources Conservation Service. This year's event is open to high school and college aged youth (ages 14 - 22) and will be held August 1-4, in Presque Isle, ME. We encourage you apply ASAP to be considered for travel scholarship opportunity. Members and direct descendants residing on a reservation of all tribal nations, regardless of federal status, are encouraged to apply. For all questions, please contact Zach Ilbery (Youth Program Specialist) at ilbery@indianag.org, or by phone at (918) 689-0757. For more information and to access the application, click here.

 

Senior Program Officer, American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES). Boulder, CO. Open until filled. The Senior Program Officer will primarily develop and implement unique curriculum for AISES pre-college, college, and professional programs. The officer will also train educators and/or other related professionals to offer standardized, unique AISES curriculum to students. Additionally, the Senior Program Officer will identify, pursue, engage and maintain relationships with K-12, college access, higher education, other related education related professionals, and AISES affiliates to inform them about the unique AISES curriculum, student support opportunities, and other applicable AISES programming such as scholarships and membership. For more information and to apply, visit: https://careers.aises.org/job/senior-program-officer/48542449/

 

Program Coordinator, American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES). Boulder, CO. Open until filled. The Program Coordinator Performs support activities for the Programs Department including administrative tasks for AISES’ Science Fair, Energy Challenge, community STEM programs, SPRK-ing Interest in Computer Science, STEM & Business initiative, Advancing Agricultural Sciences Opportunities for Native Americans, scholarships, internships, events and more. For more information and to apply, visit: https://careers.aises.org/job/program-coordinator/48542424/