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Jobs Spotlight: Week of Apr. 8

Impact & Green Jobs: Week of April 8, 2024

This spotlight focuses on environmental and social impact roles at 12 organizations. Deadlines are approaching, so the time to apply is now!

Spotlight: Remote Climate Jobs & Internships

Remote Green & Climate Jobs: Week of April 8, 2024

This spotlight focuses on remote roles at 12 organizations. Deadlines are approaching, so the time to apply is now!

Bonus Spotlight: Leadership Jobs

Green & Climate Leadership Jobs: Week of April 8, 2024

This bonus spotlight features executive and senior-level roles at 12 organizations. Deadlines are approaching, so the time to apply is now!

You can view these and other leadership jobs on the new Green Jobs Network website

More Jobs

As an additional bonus for this issue, below are more than 100 additional jobs:

Part 1. Remote or Multiple Locations - U.S.

Part 2. Additional Opportunities - U.S.

Part 3. International Jobs

Jobs in 25 Cities Available via Bloomberg American Sustainable Cities

Jobs in 25 Cities Available via Bloomberg American Sustainable Cities

The Bloomberg Center for Public Innovation at Johns Hopkins University is currently hiring for the Bloomberg American Sustainable Cities initiative, a new three-year program to support efforts in 25 U.S. cities to build low-carbon, resilient, and economically thriving communities.

The 25 cities are: Akron, OH, Atlanta, GA; Birmingham, AL; Buffalo, NY; Charlotte, NC; Chattanooga, TN; Cincinnati, OH; Cleveland, OH; Columbus, OH; Dayton, OH; Hampton, VA; Jackson, MS; Kansas City, MO; Lansing, MI; Memphis, TN; Montgomery, AL; Nashville, TN; Newport News, VA; Oakland, CA; Philadelphia, PA; Pittsburgh, PA; Raleigh, NC; Rochester, NY; Savannah, GA; and St. Louis, MO.

The available roles are:

  • i-team (Innovation Team) Civic Designer. Links to the specific job announcements are available here.

  • i-team (Innovation Team) Director. Links to the specific job announcements are available here.

Employer Spotlight: Ocean Conservancy

The Ocean Conservancy

The Ocean Conservancy is a nonprofit organization founded in 1972 that is dedicated to protecting the ocean from today’s greatest global challenges. They create evidence-based solutions for a healthy ocean and the wildlife and communities that depend on it. They are currently hiring for roles in a number of U.S. locations:

Employer Spotlight: Science Based Targets initiative

SBTi hiring

The Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) is a partnership between CDP, the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), World Resources Institute (WRI) and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). SBTi drives climate action in the private sector by enabling organizations to set science-based emissions reduction targets.

SBTi is currently hiring for more than 10 roles. These opportunities are available in a variety of locations worldwide:

  • Bookkeeper

  • Energy Sourcing Manager

  • Transport Analyst

  • PR Manager

  • Standard Analyst

  • Sector Standards Manager

  • Head of Fundraising

  • Manager, Financial Institutions Net-Zero

  • Sector Lead, Industry or Energy

  • Financial Institutions Target Analyst

  • Target Analyst

To view job descriptions and to apply click here.

The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER)

The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) is currently accepting applications for paid summer interns. The following opportunities are currently available:

Internships will run from June 3 - August 16. To learn more and apply click on the links above.

This and other internship opportunities are available on the Green Jobs Network internship website

Application Deadline is May 3 for DSCEJ's HBCU Environmental Justice & Climate Corps Summer Internship Program

DSCEJ's HBCU Environmental Justice and Climate Corps Internship program

May 3 is the application deadline for the HBCU Environmental Justice and Climate Corps Internship program. This program from the Deep South Center for Environmental Justice (DSCEJ) provides five interns with an opportunity to work on a research-to-action project with a community-based organization in the following cities: New Orleans, LA; Baton Rouge, LA; Gulfport, MS; Mobile, AL; and Pensacola, FL.

Interns will conduct research in one of the following areas: Environmental Justice, Climate Change, Food Security, Environmental Health Disparities, and Environmental Policy

This is a paid internship opportunity and interns will receive $3,000. Applicants should have a passionate interest in environmental justice and climate change advocacy, be attending a Historically Black College and University (HBCU), and be a rising undergraduate Junior or above (including graduate student).

Key dates:

  • May 3, 2024: Application Deadline

  • June 10, 2024: Internship Begins

  • Aug. 9, 2024: Last Day of Summer Internship

  • March 8, 2025: Presentation at HBCU Climate Conference

To learn more and apply visit

New Sustainability Fellowships Available at University of Virginia

U VA Sustainability Fellowships

This fellowship program offers two full-time, benefitted project management and support positions in UVA’s Office for Sustainability that focus on achievement of the University’s sustainability goals.

These are 1 year roles that are designed to equip professionals interested in sustainability careers with relevant knowledge, skills, experience, and connections. The two fellowships are:

Zero Waste Fellow ~ Duties may include:

  • Lead zero waste event strategy and execution: including program promotion, trainings, on-site support, volunteer coordination, liaising with UVA Recycling Department, coordinating with area caterers, piloting new resources as needed, and general process/program improvement.

  • Perform waste audits and assist with special collection campaigns including cardboard at move-in, donations at move-out, and Green Games for major athletic events.

Sustainable Healthcare Fellow ~ Duties may include:

  • Leading clinician and medical student engagement strategy and execution; including presentations, tabling, events, listserv management, communications, possibly facilitating a working group, and general program improvement.

  • Researching and sharing best practices from other institutions and Practice Greenhealth.

  • Supporting and leading new recycling infrastructure site visits, surveys, education, presentations, and rollouts in UVA Medical Center facilities in collaboration with Fellowship Supervisor and Medical Center Environmental Services.

Applicants should have a Bachelor’s degree by the start of the fellowship. Compensation is $39,520 annually with benefits. The fellowship term will be June 3, 2024 - May 30, 2025.

The application deadline is April 28. To learn more and apply click here.

This program has also been added to the Green Jobs Network fellowship website

Applications Still Being Accepted for New Maryland Climate Corps Fellowship

Maryland Climate Corps Fellow

Applications are still being accepted for the new Maryland Climate Corps. This is an initiative of the Maryland Department of Service and Civic Innovation and provides fellows with paid service opportunities and professional development support.

More information on program benefits and eligibility are available on the application website here.

Application Deadline is April 24 for 776 Foundation’s $100,000 Fellowship

776 Fellowship

The application deadline is April 24 for the next cohort of the 776 Fellowship. This program gives 20 people between ages 18 and 24 a total of $100,000 to spend two years working on an idea they have to address climate change.

Applicants can live anywhere in the world. To learn more and apply click here.

Last Call! Southeast RE+ Clean Energy Job Fair in Atlanta on April 18

Southeast RE+ Clean Energy Job Fair in Atlanta on April 18

Registration is still available for the Southeast RE+ Clean Energy Job Fair. This event is being organized by GRID Alternatives and Elevate and will be in Atlanta on April 18 at the Georgia World Congress Center.

Attendees will have the opportunity to speak to employers that are offering a variety of clean energy roles, such as Account Manager, Sales Manager, Procurement Analyst, Solar Installers, Accountant, Finance Manager, Engineer Analyst, Site Technicians, Project Scheduler, HR Associate, Project Manager, Designers, Logistics Coordinator, Mechanical Engineer, CAD Drafter, and More!

Additional event information and registration is available via this link.

Free Course Available from IREC: Exploring Careers in the Solar Industry

Exploring Careers in the Solar Industry

The Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC) has recently released a free online course Exploring Careers in the Solar Industry. Here is a summary of this course:

The solar industry has opportunities for everyone. The vast array of jobs within the industry provides career routes for people with many different skills. Whether your skills are in construction, project management, manufacturing, or you are new to the workforce, there is a place for you to begin and grow your career within solar. 

In this short course, you will learn about the solar industry and how your skills and interests may align with a solar career that starts now.

This is a free self-paced, online course that should take about two hours to complete. To learn more and register click here.

This program has also been added to the Green Jobs Network education & training website

Free Event: Mindful Actions for Climate Change Symposium (April 16)

Mindful Actions for Climate Change Symposium

On Tuesday, April 16 the Thich Nhat Hanh Center for Mindfulness in Public Health will be hosting a symposium Mindful Actions for Climate Change Symposium. Below is a description of the event:

In an era where the impact of human activities on the planet has reached critical levels, we come together to explore and promote mindful actions for climate change mitigation and adaptation. This symposium aims to bridge the gap between research, policy, and public awareness, fostering collaboration and inspiring actionable steps toward a sustainable future. As the urgency to address climate change intensifies, this symposium serves as a platform for interdisciplinary discussions, innovative solutions, and collective mindfulness towards sustainable practices and individual behavior change. ​

​The day-long symposium will bring together leading academics, community leaders and activists, practitioners of mindfulness, and monastics who studied under Thich Nhat Hanh.

Join us for an inspiring and informative day of discussion, networking, and mindfulness.

This event is free and open to the public through an online webinar. Registration is available through the end of the day on April 14 via this link.