Three Green Jobs in the SouthCoast!

Are you looking for a green job in SouthCoast Ma? Well, here are 3 Green Job Opportunities that you can apply for now!!!

SOUTHCOAST ENERGY CHALLENGE LEAD COMMUNITY ORGANIZER (Resume and cover letter due January 15, 2013)
The SouthCoast Energy Challenge is a regional energy savings campaign. The goal is to engage people from all backgrounds across SouthCoast MA, to reduce their energy consumption and carbon emissions, and enhance long-term community sustainability. Project staff will encourage individual action and promote friendly competition among towns, schools, churches, and other community organizations. Project strategies include public education and marketing, direct- and non-direct action organizing, community outreach and e-based social marketing.  The Lead Organizer’s primary focus will be to develop and coordinate a volunteer base, and manage the organizing interns.  The position will be salaried, at a competitive rate, based on experience. The ideal candidate would commit to the Challenge for at least one year, ideally staying on board into the future. This position will start as early as February 4th, 2013. For more information, please visit or contact the SouthCoast Energy Challenge with any questions, at, or at (508) 910-1871. (Submissions considered on rolling basis.)
Lead Community Organizer: Click Here for the Full Description
The primary focus of the SouthCoast Energy Challenge Outreach & Organizing Interns will be community engagement through canvassing and tabling at events, to spread awareness and increase participation in the Challenge. Interns will work closely with the Program Coordinators to organize and promote the Challenge in all of SouthCoast, MA. Some of the work will be in our Dartmouth Town Hall office, but predominantly, the Organizing Team will be expected to work in the community at large. We are seeking college-aged or older applicants for these positions, and request a one-semester commitment with the possibility of staying on into the Spring and Summer of 2013.  Beginning February 4, 2012, schedules will be flexible in consideration of school commitments.  Some weekday office hours will be assigned.  All interns will be required to work evenings and weekends.  Interns will work a total of 10-15 hours per week.  For more information, visit, call 508-910-1871, or contact  (Submissions considered on rolling basis.)

SEC Winter Internship: Click Here for the Full Description

(The SouthCoast Energy Challenge is a project of SEEAL (Southeastern Environmental Education Alliance). Lead SEEAL partners in the Challenge include: Marion Institute, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Sustainability Office, SRPEDD, SEMAP, and the Ocean Explorium. SEEAL is a program fund of the Community Foundation of Southeastern Massachusetts.)

SEEAL ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (Resume and cover letter due January 15, 2013)
SEEAL (Southeastern Environmental Education Alliance) is seeking a full-time (about 35 hours per week) Administrative Assistant to work with our Executive Director, to perform basic accounting and administrative functions.  S/he will work with software programs to include Microsoft Office software, FIMS, Basecamp, and WordPress.  This is an opportunity to get involved with a premier, collaborative, regional sustainability organization.  This will be an independent contractor position–the pay rate will account for insurance, and benefits, but not self-employer costs.  Ideal candidate will commit to at least one year.  The individual will work mostly weekdays, 9-5, and some evenings and weekends.  Please send a resume & cover letter to, or send to SEEAL, 63 Union Street, New Bedford, MA. (Submissions considered on rolling basis.)

SEEAL Administrative Assistant: Click Here for the Full Description

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