4.11.24 Newsletter

ReImagine Appalachia is hiring a Sustainable Manufacturing Researcher

Position description: ReImagine Appalachia believes growing clean and efficient manufacturing is key to creating jobs equivalent to those found in the coal industry. Regional experts and community advocates provide input on key topics that ReImagine Appalachia researches, writes about and then implements in a collective action plan. The Sustainable Manufacturing Researcher will conduct research to help support the implementation of and advocacy for ReImagine Appalachia’s work plan, with a focus on regional economic conditions, manufacturing sector trends and locations, supply chain development and related workforce training and needs.

Main responsibilities include: Review of literature, interviewing experts, drafting case studies; Quantitative analysis of sustainable industries, regional competitiveness, workforce skills, commuting patterns, etc.; and Supply chain configuration and opportunities for expansion in central Appalachia

This is a remote-based contract position which ranges from 20-35 hours per week. Start and end dates as well as compensation are negotiable

Location: Remote

Experience: Entry-level

Salary/Pay: N/A

Solar United Neighbors is hiring a Pennsylvania Program Associate

Position description: Solar United Neighbors is dedicated to creating a clean, equitable, resilient energy system that benefits everyone - by helping people go solar, join together, and fight for their energy rights. The Pennsylvania Program Associate will work closely with the Pennsylvania Program Director and the regional support team to carry out SUN's goals in the state of Pennsylvania.

Responsibilities include: Plan and implement solar co-ops in Western Pennsylvania, particularly in Allegheny County; Manage relationships with members of our Allegheny low-to-moderate income (LMI) projects; and Organize and engage with a diverse range of Pennsylvania solar supporters in urban, suburban, and rural communities.

Applicants must be a resident of Pennsylvania, able to work remotely, and travel in-state frequently. SUN welcomes candidates of diverse backgrounds and experience to apply, including people of color, women, LGBTQ+, people with disabilities, veterans, and those with a non-traditional education.

Location: Remote

Experience: Entry-level

Salary/Pay: N/A

Reducing Outdoor Contaminants in Indoor Spaces (ROCIS) is hiring a Southwestern PA Program Coordinator

Position description: The ROCIS initiative, which began in 2014 with funding from The Heinz Endowments, strives to reduce human exposure to both outside contaminants and indoor sources of pollution (primarily air pollution and specifically particles) in the buildings where we live, work, and learn. As an on-the-ground representative of the ROCIS initiative, the SWPA Program Coordinator will facilitate ROCIS programs, recruit participants for the Low Cost Monitoring Project and other programs, manage project logistics and equipment, interface with stakeholders, and represent ROCIS at networking and presentation opportunities. 

Key responsibilities include: Manage the recruitment and confirmation of LCMP cohort participants; Support current and former LCMP participants who are engaging in both short-term and longer term interventions for improved air quality; and Identify and cultivate opportunities for partnerships with individuals, businesses, organizations, or other potential collaborators.

This is a full time, remote based position that required occasional travel. Several days a month will be spent in their main office located in Greene County.

Location: Remote/Greene County

Experience: Entry-level

Salary/Pay: $28/hour (full-time)

City of Cleveland is hiring a Project Coordinator Homelessness Prevention

Position description: Under administrative direction, the Project Coordinator is responsible for planning and administering a specific project or program for the City. The Project Coordinator serves as the administrative supervisor on projects or programs. They also plan, assign, supervise, and review activities of subordinate personnel. 

Key responsibilities of the role include: respond to referrals and requests for service from elderly persons and/or adults with disabilities through the telephone, email, or walk in contacts; provide homelessness prevention & housing resources by establishing contact with the consumer, assessing the individual’s long and short term needs and eligibility, identifying resources to meet those needs, and providing a referral to identified resources; and conduct comprehensive assessment of client needs, values and preferences.

This position is a full time role located in Cleveland, Ohio.

Location: Cleveland, Ohio

Experience: Entry-level

Salary/Pay: $45,000 - $55,000

Chatham University is hiring a Director, Chatham Music and Arts Day Camp

Position description: Chatham University strives to promote a campus environment that understands and embraces multiculturalism while increasing individuals' intercultural competence. This position is responsible for planning, coordinating, and overseeing the overall camp program and approves all daily camp activities as approved by Education Department Program Director. The Camp Director is responsible for the care, safety, protection, and supervision of the camp environments, staff, and participants. 

Responsibilities include: Knowledge of camp policies, rules, guidelines as well as general practices and procedures; Supervises coordinators to ensure staff is following camp policies and procedures; and Supervises coordinators to ensure staff is following camp policies and procedures.

This role runs from June 3 - August 2, 2024. For the 9 weeks of the program, the Director is expected to work 40 hours/week.

Location: Pittsburgh, PA

Experience: Entry-level

Salary/Pay: $10,800 (9 weeks, 40 hours/week)

Respect Together is hiring a Fiscal Assistant - Accounts Payable

Position description: Respect Together unites all elements of our work under one name with a continued commitment to our long-standing mission of preventing and ending sexual abuse, assault, and harassment. The Fiscal Assistant – Accounts Payable compiles invoices, prepares disbursement vouchers, assigns account codes for input into the accounting system, and administers check runs. This position also prepares bank deposits and assists with the monthly reconciliation of various general ledger accounts.

Main responsibilities include: Prepares disbursement vouchers and assigns account codes for input into the accounting system; Processes checks and prepares them for signatures and mailing; and Reconcile various general ledger accounts monthly.

This is a full time position located in Harrisburg, PA. Applications close April 16, 2024, so get your application in ASAP!

Location: Harrisburg, PA

Experience: Entry-level

Salary/Pay: $38,000 - $43,000

Landforce is hiring an Administrative Coordinator

Position description: Landforce is currently hiring a part-time administrator (20 hours/week) who is detail-oriented, organized, and able to help others meet deadlines in a timely manner to support our Director of Operations with regular administrative and office-related tasks. You should be comfortable with technology in general (email, Google Drive, word processing, etc), but we are happy to teach you the specific tools you will be using from within your position. It is crucial that you bring a patient approach, and that you have experience working with the diverse group of people who come through our doors.

Location: Pittsburgh, PA

Experience: Entry-level

Salary/Pay: $20/hour

Landforce is hiring a Site Supervisor

Position description: Landforce is currently hiring two Site Supervisors. They are seeking empathetic leaders who are energetic, engaging, and knowledgeable in the best practices environmental stewardship. The person in this position must be able to not only model professional-level skills, but also be able to form a trusted supervisory relationship with their crew members who come from a broad diversity of experiences. Experience working with people who have been impacted by systemic racism and other forms of injustice is crucial to this position. They would anticipate that Site Supervisors bring a range of the following technical skills:  Green Infrastructure, Tree Planting and Tree Care, Trail Building and Maintenance, Invasive Plant Management, Arboriculture, Horticulture, Basic Carpentry, and Sustainable Landscaping. They encourage people with a demonstrated passion for justice and equity to apply, and welcome those who are passionate about providing equitable green space development and maintenance opportunities to underserved communities and residents across Allegheny County. 

Location: Pittsburgh, PA

Experience: Entry-level

Salary/Pay: N/A

Check out Landforce’s Career Page here for more opportunities!