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Here are some eco-employment opportunities we've heard about recently. EcoCity will not be held responsible for the accuracy or timeliness of the information provided. Note to organizations posting jobs: Please email when the position is filled.

The Nature Conservancy (posted 5/12)

The Nature Conservancy seeks an ecological management & restoration team leader to supervise the ecological management and restoration of all Conservancy owned land in Ohio. S/he and staff are responsible for planning and accomplishing all stewardship and restoration activities on conservation lands in Ohio with a special emphasis on high biodiversity areas. Read full description.

EcoCity Cleveland (posted 5/3)

EcoCity Cleveland seeks a GIS specialist / watershed planner to develop a decision support system to help communities evaluate the links between land use changes and water quality. Read full description.

Cuyahoga Valley National Park (posted 4/29)

The Environmental Education Center of Cuyahoga Valley National Park Association seeks a field instructor/grad. level intern for its "All the Rivers Run" curriculuma 4-day program for 4th-8th grade students. It is a hands-on, action oriented, interdisciplinary program that combines natural history, human history and environmental appreciation with technology, visual arts, music and theater. Lead morning, afternoon and evening instructional units using the field, labs and activity areas. The successful applicant should demonstrate an interest and knowledge of the environment and/or the arts and possess a sincere desire to work with elementary and middle school students in an intensive and rewarding educational setting. Weekly stipend. Write or call for an application. Please send a completed application including cover letter, resume, application form, 3 reference forms, and college transcripts to Recruitment Coordinator at 3675 Oak Hill Rd., Peninsula, OH 44264.

Cuyahoga Valley National Park (posted 4/29)

The Environmental Education Center of Cuyahoga Valley National Park Association seeks a camp counselor for students entering the 4th-9th grades. Our goal is for campers to learn more about the environment, the arts, themselves and their world. As many as 80 students will live at the camp for 5 or 6 day sessions. Term: 6/27-8/8, 2004. Training will take place for one week, beginning 6/27. Camp sessions run 7/5-8/6. Min. 19 years of age and at least one year of college or equivalent experience. Please send a cover letter, application form, resume and three reference forms to Summer and Family Program Coordinator, 3675 Oak Hill Rd., Peninsula, OH 44264.

Audubon Ohio (posted 4/26)

The state office of the National Audubon Society is seeking a director of development who will be responsible for all development programs. The primary focus of the position will be to develop a major gifts fundraising program in order to meet annual and capital giving goals. This will entail the cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of individual, corporate, institutional and government donors. Establish goals and strategies to attain fundraising targets in support of all program areas. Supervise tracking and reporting of data on program income, and develop income portion of annual budget. Devise and implement a major gifts program, working closely with Audubon Ohio staff and board. Minimum of 5-10 years senior development experience focused on major gifts development. resume, cover letter and salary history.

Cuyahoga Valley National Park Assoc. (posted 4/20)

Cuyahoga Valley National Park Association seeks director of education. Position is responsible for direction, implementation and content of school-based programs, including curriculum development, intern training, development opportunities for educators; write grants to support programming; assist with development of Cuyahoga Valley Institute; manage budgets. Masters degree required in education or related field, with 5-10 years experience in education, proven success in curriculum and program development. Fingerprint check, valid Ohio driver's license required. Full time permanent position, $40,000-$42,000 per year, full benefits. Position closes when filled. Send cover letter, resume, three professional references to: , Chief Education Officer, 3675 Oak Hill Road, Peninsula, OH 44264; Fax: 330-657-2058.

Neighborhood Progress Inc. (posted 4/19)

Neighborhood Progress Inc. seeks a senior project manager (real estate) to manage all phases of real estate
development including budgeting, financial analysis,
property acquisition, design/construction coordination,
overseeing marketing & sales, and leading the project team. The candidate must have a Bachelors degree
with significant experience in housing or retail project management or architecture, engineering, construction management, financial analysis, or law. Interested candidates should send resume and cover letter to: Neighborhood Progress, Inc., 1956 West 25th Street, Suite 200; Cleveland, Ohio 44113; Attention: Senior VP.

Neighborhood Progress Inc. (posted 4/19)

Neighborhood Progress Inc. seeks an administrative assistant who possesses a mastery of Microsoft Office, sound decision-making skills, a self-starting personality, the ability to manage multiple tasks, and extraordinary people and phone skills. Real estate or construction background preferred. Interested candidates should send resume and cover letter to: Neighborhood Progress, Inc., 1956 West 25th Street, Suite 200; Cleveland, Ohio 44113.

Cleveland Metroparks (posted 4/19)

Cleveland Metroparks seeks a zoo education specialist. The position creates, coordinates, develops and conducts educational programs, activities and projects, both on-site for promoting the conservation of the environment and appreciation of wildlife. Some supervisory duties will be required. Currently this position coordinates interpretive activities at the Sarah Allison Steffee Center for Zoological Medicine. Click for full description.

Cleveland Metroparks (posted 4/19)

Cleveland Metroparks seeks manager of recruitment and retention. Manages the recruitment and selection process, develops responsive and creative strategies designed to assist management in the identification, selection and retention of the best-qualified individuals who complement a diverse workforce and the goals and objectives of the Park District. Click for full description.

Cuyahoga County Planning Commission (posted 3/24)

Cuyahoga County Planning Commission is seeking a
principal planner for community master plan, zoning code preparation and subdivision and development plan reviews.
Requires B.A. or B.S. degree with concentration in planning or related field and at least four years relevant work experience. Public sector, lead experience and Master's degree preferred. Demonstration of strong interpersonal and good communication, writing, analytical, and computer
skills required. Must demonstrate ability to independently administer and conduct multiple projects addressing difficult issues and represent agency to communities and organizations. Salary up to $51,000 depending on
experience. Excellent benefits. County residency required within 6 months of hire. Submit resume with cover letter by April 23, 2004 to: John DeMuth, Deputy Director,
Cuyahoga County Planning Commission, 323 Lakeside Ave. W. #400 Cleveland, OH 44113-1080; Fax: (216) 443-3737; or An equal opportunity employer.


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