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Members, we invite you to send in your job postings. Please send the job information with application link to admin@coloradowaterwise.org and we will get it posted right away.

 

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  • Thursday, July 05, 2018 10:19 PM | Anonymous

    Colorado Springs Utilities is looking for a passionate water conservationist with a successful background in water use benchmarking, commercial indoor water use efficiency and community/customer engagement. The position will be responsible for developing, implementing and managing plans and programs that support the organization’s conservation and demand-side management goals.

    Additional information here.

  • Friday, April 20, 2018 11:52 AM | Amelia Nuding (Administrator)

    Western Resource Advocates is hiring a Water Policy Analyst.

    Western Resource Advocates (WRA) seeks a passionate Water Policy Analyst with knowledge of western water issues to join our Healthy Rivers Team to strengthen our efforts to implement sustainable water management practices that include (but are not limited to): water conservation/efficiency, alternative water supplies, and integrated planning processes. This position requires significant amounts of research, analysis, and writing, as well as working collaboratively with external stakeholders. Reporting to WRA’s Senior Water Resources Analyst, the Water Policy Analyst will collaborate with fellow program staff, conservation community partners, water providers, local governments, and state agencies to advance the next generation of water management strategies.


    Applications are due May 15, visit our site for more info:

    https://westernresourceadvocates.org/job-announcement-water-policy-analyst-healthy-rivers-program/ 

  • Wednesday, January 17, 2018 10:13 AM | Amelia Nuding (Administrator)

    Deadline to Apply: February 9, 2018

    Western Resource Advocates seeks an experienced Communications & Marketing Director who is passionate about Western communities and the protection of the natural environment to build and lead our communications and marketing efforts. This senior-level position provides a unique opportunity to develop focused strategies capable of building support for conservation solutions among diverse audiences throughout the region. Reporting to the Vice President of Programs and Strategy, the Communications & Marketing Director will oversee a growing team of three communications professionals and work with partners to identify emerging threats, leverage opportunities, and advance policy solutions. The ideal candidate will be a highly motivated strategic thinker who thrives in a collaborative environment.

    https://westernresourceadvocates.org/about/jobs-volunteer-opportunities/job-announcement-communications-marketing-director/

     


  • Friday, January 12, 2018 1:12 PM | Diana Denwood (Administrator)

    Under the supervision of the District Engineer, this position performs a variety of support functions in water resources, engineering, and geographic information systems.

    For full details and to apply, visit Little Thompson Water District.

  • Monday, November 13, 2017 8:28 PM | Anonymous

    About Denver Urban Gardens
    Since 1985, Denver Urban Gardens (DUG) has offered neighborhoods the essential resources for community gardens, including design and construction planning, leadership development, training, fundraising, and on-going construction garden support. DUG currently supports more than 170 community gardens throughout Metro Denver, including 70 school-based gardens. In addition to supporting an expanding network of gardens, DUG operates: the Master Composter and Master Community Gardener Training Programs; the Grow a Garden Program; and DeLaney Community Farm. Additionally, through our school garden support programs, DUG provides extensive learning opportunities for children in nutrition and gardening.

    About the Position
    This position supports DUG’s efforts to provide gardeners with the key resources needed to be successful, and seeks to both deepen and expand DUG’s horticultural expertise and reach. The goals of the position are to: direct DUG’s efforts to provide essential resources to DUG community gardens; ensure that all horticultural operations are informed by research and best practices with a focus on sustainability; and position DUG as a content-area expert in the horticulture aspects of community gardening. The primary topic areas of DUG’s horticulture work include: soil, water, plants, seeds, trees, pollinators, pests and diseases, weeds, etc.

    1.) Annually Manage the Grow a Garden Program:

    • Develop program schedule and communication materials
    • Coordinate seed and transplant deliveries and manage communications with distribution center representatives
    • Secure donations from seed companies
    • Coordinate the ordering and distribution process of seeds from seed companies and transplants from greenhouse growers, including recruiting and coordinating volunteers to assist with sorting and distribution
    • Tracking and evaluating program data for internal use and reporting to funding sources
    • Strategize the growth of the program by developing annual and long-term goals

    2.) Oversee Horticulture Programming:

    • Coordinate public gardening classes with DUG’s pool of topic experts, primarily targeting community gardeners and Grow a Garden Program participants
    • Further develop a community garden water conservation program in partnership with metro area water authorities
    • Manage soil testing process for new garden sites

    3.) Annually Manage the Plant Sale:

    • Manage all aspects of DUG’s annual plant sale fundraiser
    • Lead volunteer efforts related to running the sale

    Compensation
    The compensation package includes an annual base salary ranging from $35 to $40K, a full health and dental insurance benefit package, paid holidays and vacation commensurate on date of hire.

    Qualifications and Required Skills

    • Undergraduate degree or equivalent experience
    • Demonstrated experience and success in nonprofit program management
    • Exceptional organizational, written, and verbal communication skills required
    • Proficient with Microsoft Office programs including Excel, Word and PowerPoint
    • Proficient with Apple and Google applications
    • Familiarity with Sales Force a plus
    • Interest and passion for horticulture in a community setting
    • Ability to work effectively both independently and in teams with a willingness to take initiative
    • Conversational Spanish a plus, but not required

    Required Information to Submit

    To apply, please submit the following by way of email to dirt@dug.org in a single pdf or mail to 1031 33rd Street, Suite 100, Denver, CO 80205-2763.

    • Cover Letter highlighting your areas of expertise as it pertains to the listed qualifications, professional background, and any related experience with nonprofit program management
    • Resume or Curriculum Vitae

    Applications accepted through December 4, 2017 – No phone calls please


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