Texas Community Watershed Partners seeks Green Infrastructure Student Intern

Texas Community Watershed Partners (a part of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Texas A&M University) is seeking applications for a Green Infrastructure Student Intern. This intern will work primarily in an office setting on projects related to Green Infrastructure outreach and Watershed Planning efforts.

Responsibilities include organizing and planning meetings and workshops, assisting with meeting setup, website and social media updates, stakeholder outreach, and writing both technical and non-technical content.

Within TCWP’s Green Infrastructure for Texas program, cross-training on related projects, such as freshwater wetland restoration and stormwater wetland construction projects will occur.

The Intern applicant must be a self-starter with a positive attitude and able to work collaboratively with staff and stakeholders. Applicants must be enrolled in a college or university with a degree plan in Biology, Natural Resource Science, Marine Science, Planning, Landscape Architecture, or a comparable field of study. Experience coordinating meetings and editing websites is preferred. Public speaking is required as well as writing and editing skills. A clean driving record is required.

Send letter of interest, one page writing sample, and resume by e-mail only with the subject line TCWP GIFT Intern.

For more information contact Charriss York at: [email protected]

Solar United Neighbors seeks Texas Program Director

Solar United Neighbors, a national 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is seeking a Texas Program Director to manage and grow our new program in the Lone Star State. The Solar United Neighbors of Texas state program will launch in fall 2018.

The Texas Program Director will implement our solar deployment work (in particular, solar co-ops) across the state, and will and conduct extensive on-the-ground communications, engagement, and policy projects (in collaboration with our D.C.-based cross-cutting support staff) designed to help real Texans invest in and shape the state’s clean energy future.

For a full job description, including responsibilities, salary range and application instructions, visit idealist.org.

 

Texas Community Watershed Program seeks Stormwater Wetland Program Manager

Texas Community Watershed Program, part of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, is hiring a manager for the Stormwater Wetland Program. This position will advance the use of designed stormwater treatment wetlands as a Best Management Practice for water quality and habitat improvement. The Program Manager envisions the direction of the stormwater wetland program and works to make that vision a reality through partnerships and projects. Continue reading