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Office Coordinator

We are looking for a skilled Office Coordinator to handle a variety of day-to-day office and clerical tasks. This position plays an important role in supporting business and membership activities. The right individual will be detail oriented and have excellent verbal and written communication skills. A sample of duties include answering phones, managing chapter membership, assisting in the planning & coordinating chapter events, tracking and reporting on grants, sponsorships & donations, special projects and other duties as assigned. LEARN MORE

 

Mayors’ Grand River Cleanup Event Coordinator

This is a part-time, temporary contract position that will coordinate WMEAC’s 15th Annual Mayors’ Grand River Cleanup event, which is scheduled for Saturday, September 8, 2018. Working closely with the Communications & Community Outreach Coordinator, WMEAC’s Development Director, and the Cleanup Planning Committee, this contractor will guide the planning and implementation of this cleanup event, including establishing and managing the Cleanup Planning Committee, working in collaboration with established and new partners, cleanup site reconnaissance and selection, fund development assistance, volunteer recruitment, event promotion, day-of-cleanup event management, and post-event coordination and reporting. LEARN MORE

 

Voting Rights Organizer (Metro Detroit)

We are looking for a full-time Voting Rights Organizer based in Metro Detroit to organize citizens to fight for voting rights reforms that lead to the full enfranchisement of communities, to help elect and hold accountable elected officials for protecting access to the ballot, and to serve as a local resource for people and partners on opportunities for action. LEARN MORE

 

Stewardship and Outreach Specialist

The Southeast Michigan Land Conservancy (SMLC) seeks a motivated and experienced Stewardship and Outreach Specialist to support land protection activities with a focus on improving and expanding SMLC’s stewardship and outreach programs. The Stewardship and Outreach Specialist connects people with land in southeast Michigan. They conduct and implement the stewardship of SMLC’s lands and easements and engage the public in SMLC’s activities and events. The position reports to the Executive Director and is the staff liaison to SMLC’s Stewardship Committee. LEARN MORE

 

Blue Accounting Coastal Wetlands Technician

The Blue Accounting Coastal Wetlands Technician gathers and synthesizes data in support of ecological and socioeconomic coastal wetland metrics. The Technician will also assess constraints to communicating coastal wetland information, recommend ways to overcome those constraints, and assist in developing compelling information that is useful to decision makers, funders, and managers. LEARN MORE

 

Neighborhood Services Manager

The Neighborhood Services Manager provides management for activities and programs related to community development projects; offers leadership to the executive team; supervises and directs the work of professional and support staff; makes recommendations for action on neighborhood revitalization opportunities; assists in project budget development and implementation; and performs related work as assigned. LEARN MORE

Community Liaison

The Community Liaison is a member of LINC’s neighborhood engagement team and is called to serve as a LINC “ambassador” to the community and to implement community planning processes and neighborhood engagement strategies to ensure that the voice of the community is heard and their potential maximized to create real and long-term impact. The Community Liaison is particularly charged with building strong neighborhood connections with stakeholders, identifying and helping develop emerging leaders, and implementing sustained neighborhood engagement and outreach efforts for successful community planning implementation. The Liaison will then responsible for direct and authentic community engagement/outreach, providing program support and recruitment for LINC’s programs and partners, and connecting residents to leadership development opportunities. LEARN MORE

Coordinator, Conservation Policy and Advocacy

The Coordinator of Conservation Policy and Advocacy works to advance the policy and advocacy mission of Shedd.  S/he contributes to the research, analysis, planning and coordination needs of the Aquarium’s ocean/Great Lakes/local conservation policy program. The Coordinator works under the direction of the Senior Director, Conservation Policy and Advocacy, to execute the day-to-day activities and tactically implement the objectives of the conservation policy and advocacy team at Shedd Aquarium. LEARN MORE


Three Positions: Sales & Development, MEP Engineering, and Energy Management

We're looking for highly-motivated, passionate individuals to join our growing team. Working at E3M means you'll be a part of a company that rewards hard work and innovation. We pride ourselves in serving our clients in the best way possible while still allowing our employees to learn and grow both personally and professionally. We don't hire positions, we hire people who want to grow with us. We're hiring in the following roles: sales & development, MEP engineering, and energy management. Think you'd be a good fit at E3M? Drop us your resume and why you think you'd be a good fit here.

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Data Analyst

DNV GL - Energy's Sustainable Energy Use is seeking a Data Analyst to join our Program Delivery and Implementation (PDI) team. PDI helps commercial and industrial utility customers save energy and money. The successful candidate will think strategically and apply skills in project management, business analysis, requirements gathering, functional testing, change management, troubleshooting and training to implement business processes and applications. This position is based in our Okemos, Michigan office. LEARN MORE

  

Program Associate, MI Birds

The Program Associate, MI Birds is a position established in 2016 through a partnership between National Audubon Society and the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) with the goal of increasing and deepening the number of Michigan residents engaged in the understanding, care, and stewardship of public lands that are important for birds and for communities. LEARN MORE

  

Energy Engineer

The Energy Engineer (EE) supports the development and ongoing management of the organization’s energy conservation program. Working in close collaboration with the Medical School Regional Energy Manager, O&M engineers, building owners, building occupants, facility managers, and maintenance personnel, the EE ensures that assigned buildings are meeting the needs of occupants (faculty, staff, and students) while consuming the least amount of energy in respect to electricity, steam, natural gas, and water.  LEARN MORE

  

Development Coordinator

The Chippewa Watershed Conservancy (CWC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit conservation organization based in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan whose mission is to protect open space and wildlife habitat. CWC owns 22 nature preserves which are open to the public for passive recreation and maintains 38 conservation easements on private land to protect conservation values in its five-county service area in Central Michigan. Visit www.chippewawatershedconservancy.org for more information. Application deadline is June 15th, 2018.  LEARN MORE

Facilities & Real Estate Project Manager

Manages all aspects of facilities construction projects. Projects may include renovations or new construction of any/all types of corporate facilities (offices, plants, showrooms, work life centers, or other special purpose facilities). Determines project scope, objectives, budget, schedule and teams, to effectively implement the desired project results in a timely and successful manner. Oversees a combination of internal and external resources to achieve the desired outcomes. LEARN MORE

Living Center Director

Responsibilities: Supervision and management of residential area housing consisting of 500-700 co-ed residents with multiple Resident Assistants and Graduate Assistant staff.  Position includes: Advising, Academic Support, Budgeting, Counseling, Discipline, Educational Programming, Administrative duties and Facilities Management. This position will include on-call duty responsibility, collaboration with Campus Partners and Department Committee participation. LEARN MORE

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