Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Environmental Jobs, 6th Edition

With jobs and internships from more than 60 organizations, this Environmental Special is probably our most extensive post ever (outside our annual Intern Special in January).

African Wildlife FederationMedia Relations Intern (scroll down) – $8/hr

Alice Ferguson Foundation
Educator/Naturalist (scroll down) – part-time

Amazon Watch
American Farmland Trust:
American Forest FoundationProgram Coordinator (pdf)

American Rivers Legal Intern – for current law school enrollees

Aspen InstituteAssociate Director, Energy & Environment Program – apply by Nov. 1

Audubon Society:
Beyond PesticidesInternship, Organic Program

Center for Biological Diversity:
Chesapeake Bay FoundationLegal Internships, Summer 2011 – Annapolis, MD – apply by Oct. 31

Climate InstituteInternships – apply by Dec.1

Climate Lab
Intern info appears currently out-of-date

Conservation Fund
BioStatistics Intern – Shepherdstown, WV

Conservation Law Foundation
– Boston, MA:
Conservation International:
Consortium for Ocean Leadership:
Defenders of Wildlife:
Delaware Nature SocietyCitizen Science Coordinator – Hockessin, DE

Ducks UnlimitedWebsite Coordinator – Memphis, TN

Earth Day NetworkIntern info – some listings appear outdated

Earth Justice:
EARTHWORKS Web/E-advocacy Intern

Environment America
wide variety of positions available

Environmental Council of the StatesIntern info

Environmental & Energy Study InstituteEnergy & Climate Associate

Environmental Defense Fund:
Environmental Law Institute:
Environmental Protection AgencyPublic Affairs Specialist – $123k-$155k – job ID: RTP-OA-DE-2010-0014 – apply by Oct. 6

Environmental Working GroupInternships – apply by Nov. 19

Food & Water WatchSenior Organizer – New York

Friends of the EarthDirector, Climate & Energy Project

Global Green USA:
Green America:
Heinz Center for Science, Economics & the EnvironmentVice President for Programs

ICF Internationalvariety of opportunities under college recruiting, energy, and environmental categories

Institute for a Sustainable SocietyDirector, Civil Society – position focuses on climate adaptation

Izaak Walton LeagueDirector of Development – search managed by SBR Executive Search

League of Conservation VotersMajor Gifts Officer

Marine Conservation Biology InstituteIntern info

National Association for Conservation Districts
Intern info

National Association of State ForestersIntern – $250/wk – apply by Oct. 29

National Council on Science & the Environment
Intern info – none currently available

National Fish & Wildlife FoundationDirector, Wildlife Habitat & Conservation

National Geographic Society
(scroll back or use job #):
National Parks Conservation AssociationInternships

National Park Foundation
– scroll down to find:
National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition:
National Wildlife Federation:
Natural Resources Defense Council:
Nature Conservancy (search by job # or scroll back - note: some of the deadline Oct. 8/9 jobs cannot be found scrolling back, but do still appear when searching by # - we don't know status implications of that):
Ocean Conservancy:
Pew Charitable Trusts/Environment Group:
Public Employees for Environmental ResponsibilityLegal Internships/Externships

Rails to Trails ConservancyCoordinator, Online & New Media

Rainforest Alliance – New York, except as noted:
Rare Conservation:
Sierra Club:
Solar Energy Industries AssociationAdmin Assistant (pdf)

Sustainable Building Industry Council
- Intern

Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership
Director of Finance & Administration - $70k

Trout Unlimited
Trust for Public Landvarious opportunities, none DC-based

Union of Concerned Scientists:
US Green Building Council:
Water Environment FederationAssistant Manager

The Wilderness Society:
Wildlife Conservation Society:
World BankDirector of Sustainable Energy Development – apply by Oct. 18

World Resources Institute:
World Wildlife Fund:
Worldwatch InstituteIntern info

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I think the World Wildlife Federation and the World Wildlife Fund are two different organizations, no? In any event, thanks for the wonderful (and always entertaining) postings!!