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Posted: Feb. 15, 2024

Who: Texas Land Conservancy

Position: North Texas Program Director 

Description: This position will support conservation efforts by working with private landowners to conserve their land, monitoring existing conservation lands to ensure consistency with conservation restrictions, overseeing and implementing management of TLC’s own nature preserves, and building relationships with the community through workshops, outreach events, and workdays.

Location: Remote in/around North Texas/DFW

Description: Expand nectar plant phenology data collection to locations in Texas to support a better understanding of flowering and seed timing. Details.

To Apply: Send your resume, cover letter, and three references to Mark Steinbach, TLC Executive Director at mark@texaslandconservancy.org with the subject line of “North Texas Program Director”. 

Deadline: Applications will be accepted through Feb. 29, 2024

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Posted: Feb. 15, 2024

Who: Texas Land Conservancy

Position: Outreach and Communications Cooridinator

Description: This position will support conservation efforts by organizing regional networks across the state, coordinating outreach events, enhancing the organization’s online presence, ensuring consistent and helpful communication, and supporting the TLC team when needed. Details.

Location: Austin, Texas (in office and remote)

To Apply: Send your resume, cover letter, and three references to Mark Steinbach, TLC Executive Director at mark@texaslandconservancy.org with the subject line of “Outreach and Communications Cooridinator.”

Deadline: Applications will be accepted through Feb. 29, 2024

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Posted: Feb. 15, 2024

Who: Time to Restore 

Position: Texas Coordinator

Description: $30,000 contract (includes hourly wage, travel, other expenses) through the University of Arizona. Estimated 10-15 hours per week, $30-35 per hour depending on experience, 1 year term.

Location: Coordinator has the option of being fully remote or officing as an Associate with BRIT/Fort Worth Botanic Garden in Fort Worth.

Description: Expand nectar plant phenology data collection to locations in Texas to support a better understanding of flowering and seed timing. Details.

To Apply: Send CV and cover letter to erin@usanpn.org. Applications open until Feb. 12, 2024. (Deadline extended)

Details 

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Posted: Feb. 12, 2024

Who: Texas Electric Transportation Resources Alliance (TxETRA) Education Fund 

Position: Program Manager 

Location: Texas

Description: This is a contracting position with the potential to become full or part-time employment with benefits. Contracting rate will be commensurate with experience, with level of effort ranging from 20-40 hours per week. More about TxETRA Education Fund.

Responsibilities:

• Implement programs to achieve the TxETRA Education Fund mission
• Develop trusted working relationships with community members and collaborators in the public and private sectors throughout the state of Texas
• Support public and private entities in transitioning to electric transportation
• Act as a resource on electric transportation to diverse communities such as making presentations on EVs to groups and one-on-one assistance on eligibility for incentives
• Support outreach to potential funders and development of grant proposals 

Requirements: 
• Five years of experience in an area related to transportation, energy, the environment, or sustainability or three years of experience with a bachelor’s degree in a related field
• Demonstrated commitment to equity
• Successful record of efficiently organizing and managing tasks, bringing efforts to closure on time and within budget
• Track record demonstrating a self-directed work style with an appetite for learning about the varying electric transportation landscapes across Texas
• Strong verbal and written communication skills •Proficiency with applications and processes that support remote teamwork

Preferred Experience & Skills:
• Experience working with local government elected leadership and staff
• Experience working with private sector sustainability efforts and business associations
•Training in diversity, equity and inclusion
• Ability to travel

To Apply: Email resume and cover letter to TxETRAEV@gmail.com

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Posted: Jan. 15, 2024

Who: Parkland

Position: Sustainability Program Manager

Location: Dallas

Description: The Sustainability Program Manager works to assess, develop and implement sustainable initiatives that are representative of Parkland Health's core values.

Requirements: Must have a bachelor's degree in Sustainability, Environmental Science, or a related field. Must have three years of sustainability-related experience. Experience must include in-depth coordination with multiple function areas or departments.

To Apply: Apply online. Details on website link below.

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Posted: Jan. 15, 2024

Who: UT Southwestern Medical Center

Position: Sustainability Coordinator

Location: Dallas. Remote Eligible

Description: Works under minimum direction to plan, coordinate, and direct operations of the campus-wide sustainability/ energy use awareness program.

Responsibilities: Develop, implement, administer, document and communicate a comprehensive campus wide sustainability initiatives and awareness program.

To Apply: Apply online. Details on website link below.

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Posted: Jan. 10, 2024

Who: Texas Conservation Alliance, the state affiliate of the National Wildlife Federation 

Location: Fort Worth

Position: Lights Out Fort Worth Assistant Coordinator 

Work Dates: Spring migration (February-June) and may extend to fall migration (August to December) 

Schedule: Flexible part-time, including occasional weekends

Start date: Feb. 12, 2024 

Pay: $300/week (15 hrs @ $20 per hour) 

Description: The Lights Out Fort Worth Assistant Coordinator is a part-time position (15 hours/week) from February through mid-June. The Assistant Coordinator will help conduct bird-window collision surveys and collaborate closely with community partners to design and deliver Lights Out initiatives in the Fort Worth region and report to the Lights Out Fort Worth Coordinator.  

Physical Requirements: Ability to work outdoors and early mornings (6 a.m. – 9 a.m.) 

To Apply: Candidates must complete the following tasks to be considered.

1. Read the qualifications and specific responsibilities about the job position

2. Please fill out the online application form and  

3. Email your resume and cover letter to Michael@tcatexas.org 

Deadline: Feb. 1, 2024 at 5 p.m. 

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Posted: Nov. 30, 2023

Who: Texas Conservation Alliance, state affiliate of the National Wildlife Federation 

Location: Dallas, Fort Worth and North Texas Region. In-person and occasional remote. 

Position: Community Conservation and Communication Coordinator – North Texas

Job Type: Part-time contractual (32 hours/week). Initial 4-month term and may be extended up to 12 months.

Schedule: Flexible part-time, including occasional weekends

Pay: $640/week ($20/hour) 

Description: This position will support TCA's community conservation work in North Texas and is responsible for creating a strong online presence on social media platforms. More details on the website link below.

Start Date: Jan. 29, 2024 

To Apply: Fill out an application online or email your resume and cover letter to michael@tcatexas.org.

Deadline:  Jan. 2, 2024 at 5 p.m. 

Info: michael@tcatexas.org

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Posted: Nov. 30, 2023

Who: City of Frisco

Location: Frisco

Position: Sustainability Manager

Description: Under general supervision of the Assistant Director of Public Works, the Sustainability Manager is responsible for the management of the Sustainability Division include the research, development, organization and implementation of programs aimed at increasing sustainability outcomes for the City. Preforms professional, complex, analytical, and technical work to achieve identified sustainability outcomes in the key focus areas: resource conservation, natural environment, built environment and climate resiliency and adaptation.  Responsible for policy research, quantitative analysis, professional and technical writing, grant applications, reporting, presentations, budget development, public communication, strategic planning, and organizational management. Works collaboratively with other departments and divisions to achieve sustainable initiatives. Implements programs that engage community as an active role of the city’s sustainability efforts. More info on website link below.

Info: JStarritt@friscotexas.gov

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Posted: Oct. 13, 2023

Who: Native Prairies Association of Texas

Location: Texas

Position: Executive Director

Description: The NPAT executive director works collaboratively with, and under the oversight of, the president and members of the board of directors.

Primary duties include administration and staff supervision, development and external relations, and planning/directing all programs that enable NPAT to achieve and grow our prairie conservation mission.

The successful candidate will demonstrate a strong personal interest in, and conviction to, the conservation of land and natural resources and is committed to the use of a strategic, effective, and an outcome-focused approach to achieving conservation goals.

In addition, the successful candidate will have strong communication skills with all types of stakeholders, including landowners, conservation partners, major donors and public audiences. The successful candidate will be a strong, visionary champion of the organization. More details on website below.

Closing Date: Nov. 10, 2023

To Apply: Submit a cover letter, resume and contact information for at least three professional references to Erin_Hatchett@texasprairie.org

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Posted: Sept. 21, 2023

Who: Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge

Location: Fort Worth

Position: Part-Time Naturalist Scientist Assistant

Salary: $15/hour

Hours: Up to 16 hours on Friday and Saturday

Description: Develop and implement educational and recreational programs; assist with the care and maintenance of captive education animals; lead guided tours in canoes and kayaks; lead guided tours in canoes and kayaks and more. See website link for full description.

Closing Date: Sept. 28, 2023

To Apply: Submit online application 

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Posted: Aug. 21, 2023

Who: EarthX

Location: Dallas

Position: Internships Fall 2023 to Spring 2024

Description: We're searching for green go-getters who would like to work alongside us in finance, operations, television and marketing. 

To Apply: Apply on Handshake or email us at  interns@earthx.org.

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Posted: Aug. 14, 2023

Who: Green Source DFW

Location: North Texas

Position: Freelance Environmental Reporter 

Description: GreenSourceDFW.org is a nonprofit online publication that's been covering environmental news in North Texas since 2011. We are seeking to freelance writers to cover a variety of environmental topics and news for the North Texas area. We cover local green trends, municipal policy, education, environmental justice, green businesses, renewable energy, sustainable innovation, green events, nature and wildlife.

Requirements: Journalism experience and an interest in environmental topics required.

To Apply: Send a brief background, story pitches and writing samples to Julie@greensourcedfw.org.

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Posted: July 29, 2023

Who: City of Dallas Office of Environmental Quality and Sustainability 

Location: Dallas

Position: Senior Climate Coordinator

Description: This senior position will play a central role in implementing the City's Comprehensive Environmental and Climate Action Plan (CECAP), which is Dallas' plan to realize an environmentally sustainable, resilient, and just city consistent with the Paris Climate Agreement. The Plan includes actions focused on climate mitigation, climate adaptation, environmental quality and environmental justice. OEQS is looking for a candidate with significant climate experience/expertise as the city enters its fourth year of CECAP implementation.

Closing Date: Aug. 9, 2023

Salary: $70K to $87,600K

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Posted: June 2, 2023

Who: Houston-Galveston Area Council 

Location: Houston

Position: Community and Environmental Intern- Conservation

Description: This internship opportunity is for a college student with a major in Urban Planning, Environmental Science, Natural Resources Conservation or related degree to work with an experienced team and receive on the job training while gaining professional experience. Learning directly from experienced professionals and managers with extensive knowledge in land use, conservation, natural resource management, grant writing, and public education and outreach. Apply academic studies to contribute to the research of this project and the positive impact it will have on our region natural areas. Participate in real, meaningful work assignments to learn how your academic experience translates to the professional environment. This position is a temporary intern position that is not benefits eligible. See full description.

Salary: $16 to $18/hour

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Posted: June 2, 2023

Who: National Audubon Society

Location: Texas

Position: Director of Conservation, Texas

Description: The Director of Conservation will lead the development of conservation objectives and implementation of conservation strategies throughout Texas, ensuring alignment with the goals and objectives of the National Audubon Society, Central and Mississippi Flyways, and other strategic priority programs and projects. The Director will oversee Audubon Texas Conservation programs, collaborating with external partners such as natural resource agencies (federal, state, county, and municipal), non-profit conservation organizations, local Audubon chapters, universities, and commercial entities. See full description.

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Posted: June 2, 2023

Who: North Texas Municipal Water District 

Location: Wylie

Position: Public Education Manager

Description:  Reporting to the Director of Communications, the Public Education Manager is responsible for the public education efforts for NTMWD’s operations, which includes the Water, Wastewater, and the Solid Waste services. This position is responsible for the development, implementation, and management of the NTMWD public education programs and select regulatory reports. In addition, this position requires the development of strong external relationships with the NTMWD’s member cities and customers; interactions with media outlets and reporters; local, regional, and state governmental and stakeholder agencies; and the public for education related to NTMWD and water conservation activities and issues. Acts as a spokesperson for select NTMWD operations, public engagement and outreach, tours and presentations. See full description

Contact:  972-442-5405

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Posted: June 2, 2023

Who: GreenSpace Dallas

Location: Dallas

Position: Director of Community Engagement

Description: The Director of Community Engagement is responsible for overseeing and advancing Greenspace Dallas’ mission to restore and develop national park-quality green spaces within the Trinity River Corridor using a community engagement strategy that leverages its volunteer programs, community and corporate partnerships, and social media activities. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, this position is key to ensuring that people perceive GSD as a primary volunteer opportunity and that potential and existing corporations identify GSD as a first choice for employee volunteerism and corporate financial support. The Director is also the lead for promoting and marketing the organization through its digital and social media platforms with the goal of advancing community outreach. See full description.

Contact: info@greenspacedallas.org, 214-422-3219

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Posted: May 3, 2023

Who: Eco Blossom Nursery

Location: Fort Worth

Position: Staff position

Description: We are a small local garden store with passion for native plants. We are looking to add a dedicated, diligent, dependable person to our staff. We are looking for someone who takes initiative and does not always have to be given a task to do. Person that is well organized and has attention to detail. This is not a sales position at this point, but it requires good communication skills, ability to learn and retain knowledge, planning and general positive attitude. There is lifting, walking, bending and moving plants around and it consists mostly of working outdoors. Some office work may be required. See full description.

Salary Range: Hours change seasonally, but typically are 9.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Monday thru Friday, average 35 hours a week. Pay is $18 to 25/hour, depending on experience and skillset. Shop is located in West Fort Worth, on Joyce Drive 76116.

Contact: Email info@ecoblossom.com to apply

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Posted: March 29, 2023

Who: Botanical Research Institute of Texas

Location: Fort Worth

Position: Seed Bank Conservation Botanist

Description: An integral part of the Texas Plant Conservation Program, this Conservation Botanist position conducts conservation research and curates the Botanical Research Institute of Texas (BRIT) Seed Bank, a newly established conservation collection located at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden (FWBG). Research will focus on documenting, describing, and conserving the floristic biodiversity of the region, with an emphasis on seed banking and conservation genetics of rare and endemic plants and ecosystems. The research for this position will be largely collections-based, utilizing and contributing to the herbarium and seed bank and other herbaria and seed banks as needed. 

Work Hours: Full time. Regular work hours and days are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. However, this position can regularly require long hours. Working on evenings, weekends, and on holidays in support of FWBG public events may be required at times.

Salary Range: The minimum annual salary for this position is $57,000/yr. Salary offered will be dependent on education level and experience.

How to Apply: Apply on Website

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Posted: March 29, 2023

Who: Fort Worth Botanic Garden

Location: Fort Worth

Position: Horticulturist

Description: The purpose of this position is to contribute through horticultural practices, maintaining the highest aesthetic standards expected by the organization and providing a high level of excellence in guest experience. The Horticulturist will perform design, installation, and maintenance of natural areas and gardens. Responsibilities will also include maintaining an orderly and aesthetically pleasing appearance of the landscape and irrigation of the assigned landscapes. 

Work Hours: Full Time. Saturday through Friday, 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. Working on evenings and on holidays may be required. Local daytime travel may be required.

Salary Range: $20 per hour

How to Apply: Apply on Website

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Posted: March 29, 2023

Who: Fort Worth Botanic Garden

Location: Fort Worth

Position: Seasonal Groundskeeper

Description: Performs a variety of complex maintenance and construction tasks within an assigned department, division, or work unit. Ensures work quality and adherence to established policies and procedures. The purpose of this position is to contribute through horticultural practices, maintaining the highest aesthetic standards expected by the organization and providing a high level of excellence in guest experience.

Work Hours: Full time. Monday through Friday, between 6 a.m. and 4 p.m. with occasional weekend and holiday work. Local daytime travel may be required.

Salary Range: $18-$20 per hour, depending on experience

How to Apply: Apply on Website

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Posted: Feb. 24, 2023

Who: Rooted In

Location: Pilot Point

Position: Garden Gnome-It-All (aka Garden Center Concierge). Part-time seasonal.

Description: Rooted In is a nursery and garden center that specializes in regionally native and adapted plant material. We need another employee that totally digs providing guidance and advice to customers on the selection and care of plants, shrubs, trees, and related items! You’ll also be branching out, helping in the day-to-day (AND weekend) operations of plant cultivation, care, watering and plant related product sales at our retail nursery and garden center. More details on duties and position requirements.

Salary Range: $12-$15 per hour, commensurate on experience

To Apply: Email resume to ClintWolfe@RootedIn.com or DanielCunningham@RootedIn.com

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Posted: Feb. 21, 2023

Who: City of Dallas, Office of Environmental Quality

Location: Dallas

Position: Environmental Justice Coordinator

Description: The Environmental Coordinator II plans, develops, and implements strong environmental training and outreach programs for City departments, community, businesses, and management. Leads outreach event coordination and communication, coordinates with internal departments and external entities to provide information about City's resources, and interacts with a variety of professionals to explain environmental issues. See website link below for more details.

Experience: Four years of experience working in environmental capacity or field, event planning, public outreach, or other related work.

Education: Bachelor's degree in biology, life science, or environmental science

Salary Range: $54,910 to $68,637

Application Deadline: March 3, 2023.

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Posted: Feb. 16, 2023

Who: Eco Blossom Nursery

Location: Fort Worth

Position: Staff position

Description: We are a small local garden store with passion for native plants. We are looking to add a dedicated, diligent, dependable person to our staff. We are looking for someone who takes initiative and does not always have to be given a task to do. Person that is well organized and has attention to detail. This is not a sales position at this point, but it requires good communication skills, ability to learn and retain knowledge, planning and general positive attitude. There is lifting, walking, bending and moving plants around and it consists mostly of working outdoors. Some office work may be required. See full description.

Salary Range: Hours change seasonally, but typically are 9.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Monday thru Friday, average 35 hours a week. Pay $18 to 25/hour, depending on experience and skillset. Shop is located in West Fort Worth, on Joyce Drive 76116.

Contact: Email info@ecoblossom.com to apply

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Posted: Jan. 27, 2023

Who: Solar United Neighbors

Location: Virtual/remote

Position: Project Manager - Sustainability Planner

Description: The Texas Program Director is responsible for leading the work of Solar United Neighbors throughout the state. The director will take over a successful state program that was originally launched in 2018. To date, we have organized 16 solar group buy programs, helped 250 Texans install more than 2 megawatts of rooftop solar and 1 megawatt of battery storage, and amassed a membership of 18,000 Texas solar enthusiasts. 

The position entails overseeing all aspects of the organization's work in Texas, including solar deployment programs, policy and advocacy campaigns, community engagement efforts, low-and-moderate income solar projects, partnership development, fundraising, and staff management. The Texas Program Director is directly supported by the West Region Director and a team of cross-cutting staff that assist with technical solar expertise, communications, policy support, equity programs, fundraising, and community engagement.

Salary Range: $65,000 to $75,000 and up with benefits.

Contact: See details and application on website.

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Posted: July 11, 2022

Who: The University of Texas at Austin

Location: Austin

Position: Project Manager - Sustainability Planner

Description: Responsible for creating and advancing a sustainability program under the Campus Planning department through master, program and project planning efforts, and sustainability strategies, designs, and standards that impact all aspects of the campus community. 

Required Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Architecture, or another related field. Three to five years experience in sustainable planning or related activities. LEED certification and/or similar sustainable design credentials.

Preferred Qualifications: Master's Degree or advanced degree in Engineering, Architecture or related field. More than five years in sustainable planning or related activities. Professional engineer or Architectural license or ability to obtain within one year of employment. 

Salary Range: $80,000 and up.

Contact: See details and application on website.

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Posted: Jan. 27, 2022

Who: Dallas County

Location: Dallas County

Position: Open Space Coordinator

Description: Coordinates, promotes and implements the County Open Space Program objectives established and adopted by Commissioners Court. Develops and provides reports with supporting documentation as necessary for board meetings and for status reports to the Court Administrator. Coordinates volunteer, education and other activities to implement the Dallas County Open Space Program. Reviews, maintains and updates the overall County Open Space volunteer efforts including managing volunteer projects and events. Manages wildlife, botanical, and cultural resources within County preserves and parks. 

This position requires an associate’s degree in a related field and 4 years of experience.

Contact: See details and application on website.

Deadline: Feb. 4, 2022

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Posted: Jan. 27, 2022

Who: North Haven Gardens

Location: Dallas

Position: Garden Advisor, Support Staff, Cashier, Barista, Kitchen Staff

Description: Requires excellent customer service skills and experience working in the gardening industry or in retail garden centers, or a horticultural background related to gardening in Texas. Weekday and weekend shifts available.

Contact: Apply online or send resume to feedback@nhg.com

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Posted: Jan. 20, 2022

Who: Texas Conservation Alliance

Location: Flexible locations. Projects are conducted locally in regions across Texas, and paired with online check-ins, reporting, and intern cohort collaborations

Position: Spring Internship

Description: Texas Conservation Alliance is seeking college students who are passionate about protecting Texas wildlife and their habitats. Successful candidates will work with TCA staff to implement wildlife conservation projects. The 10-week internship offers opportunities to make positive impacts for wildlife and provides valuable, hands-on, learning experiences and professional development opportunities applicable to future careers in sustainability and conservation.

Deadline: Applications are being accepted for the 2022 Spring semester with a Jan. 28 deadline. The 10-week internship program is Feb. 14 - April 23. Summer and fall internships are also available. See details and application on website.

Contact: Ben Jones, ben@tcatexas.org

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Posted: Jan. 6, 2022

Who: The Native Plant Society of Texas

Location: Work from home

Position: Part-Time Administrative Assistant 

Description: Maintain the virtual state headquarters and assist in the administration of the organization. The Society is a statewide 501(c)(3) corporation with 35 chapters and more than 2,500 members. $18 - $20/hour. Includes paid time off starting after 90 days of employment.

Duties include:

 • Maintaining productive working relationships with and assisting members of the executive board, staff, executive director and chapter leaders

• Learning, administering and helping manage software platforms used routinely by the organization

• Responding to email and phone inquiries

• Assisting in all aspects of fall and spring symposia planning and implementation

• Assisting in fundraising activities; seek out grant opportunities

The ideal candidate will be able to work independently, multi-task, exhibit initiative and problem solve. A working knowledge of native plants is a plus.

Deadline: Submit a cover letter, resume and three references by Jan.15, 2022, to resume@npsot.org. Do not post your resume to Facebook. No phone calls, please.

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Posted: Nov. 12, 2021

Who: Texas Electric Transportation Resources Alliance (TxETRA) Education Fund

Location: DFW

Position: North Texas Electric Transportation Compact Program Manager

Description: This new position will oversee the implementation of the North Texas Electric Transportation Compact (NT ETC), with the goal of reducing transportation-related emissions in the Dallas/Fort Worth region by forging a signed agreement between participants, committing their organizations to specific reductions. Participants will include county and city governments, major educational institutions, major employers and manufacturers in the region, and other relevant entities in the area.This is a half-time subcontracted position with committed grant funding for a year and a potential for follow-on funding. See more info.

Contact: Laura Morrison, Executive Director, TxETRA, LauraMorrison.TxETRA@gmail.com, 512-608-5546

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Posted: Nov. 3, 2021

Who: Ecoblossom Nursery

Location: West Fort Worth

Position: Staff position

Description: We are a small local garden store with a passion for native plants. We are looking to add a dedicated, diligent, dependable, knowledgeable person to our staff. We are looking for someone who takes initiative and does not always have to be given a task to do. A person that is well organized and has attention to detail. This is not a sales position. There is lifting, walking, bending and moving plants around and it consists mostly of working outdoors. Some office work may be required. More info

Salary: $15 and up/hour 

Contact: info@ecoblossom.com

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Posted: Nov. 3, 2021

Who: Friends of Shiloh Garden

Location: Denton

Position: Gardener

Description: The Garden Director leads all garden operations to include planning, planting, tending, harvesting, distribution, egg production, and reporting. More details on website. 

Salary: $16-$18/hour part-time

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Posted: Sept. 29, 2021

Who: The Lone Star Chapter of the Sierra Club

Location: Austin office, and/or remote. This position requires an ability to travel.

Position: Communications Coordinator

Description: The Chapter Communications Coordinator is responsible for executing the Chapter’s communications plan in coordination with national Sierra Club campaigns in Texas. The position is responsible for earning media coverage, maintaining an engaging and accessible, inclusive chapter website, engaging activists on social media, and producing our monthly e-newsletter, among other duties. The Chapter Communications Coordinator also supports and trains chapter staff and volunteer leaders, as well as community partners and allies, in communications strategies and tactics that educate and influence stakeholders in the shaping and implementation of public policy.

Deadline: Oct. 12, 2021

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Posted: Sept. 3, 2021

Who: City of Dallas, Office of Environmental Quality and Sustainability

Location: Downtown Dallas

Position: Urban Agriculture Program Coordinator

Description: The Urban Agriculture Program Coordinator will advance inclusive and resilient urban food systems and ensure program execution aligns with department goals, strategies, budget and expectations. 

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Posted: July 8, 2021

Who: Dallas College

Location: Various locations.

Position: Assistant Director, Sustainability-Outreach and Engagement

Description: Works collaboratively with diverse administration, faculty, staff, and students to develop, coordinate and implement projects that promote equity, improve the economy and protect the environment. Responsibilities include educating the college and community about sustainability, coordinating campus programming and activities related to sustainability, performing research about sustainability, and annual reporting depending on area of responsibility.

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Posted: June 18, 2021

Who: UT Dallas

Location: Richardson

Position: Sustainability Coordinator

Description: Under the general direction of the Director for Sustainability, this position oversees the UT Dallas sustainability education and outreach initiatives. The Sustainability Coordinator, in conjunction with Facilities Management, will work collaboratively with faculty, staff and student organizations to encourage and promote sustainable practices on campus. This position should work to build a culture of sustainability that promotes best practices through a variety of activities, including: green office programs, sustainability service initiatives, newsletters, social media, Eco Reps Programs, and various outreach activities. Details on website below.

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Posted: March 3, 2021

Who: City of Dallas

Location: Southeast Dallas

Position: Zero Waste Admin Specialist

Description: The City of Dallas seeks a waste specialist to support its zero waste goals by providing administrative support for the review and approval of multifamily recycling plans and recycling hauler applications, and to drive efficiency in waste management practices across the city's portfolio of buildings and operational units. The ideal candidate will be knowledgeable on zero waste principles, local related plans and laws, and have experience working with multifamily or other facility owners and managers or haulers on compliance, operations, and behavior change, performing operational and waste audits, as well as on researching and implementing improvements to enhance collection, disposal and reduction of waste.

Deadline: March 12, 2021

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Posted: Feb. 23, 2021

Who: Native Plant Society of Texas

Location: Work from home

Position: Executive Director 

Description: Oversee the administration of the organization and implementation of the Strategic Plan 2019-2024 for our statewide 501(c)3 corporation with 35 chapters and more than 2500 members. Key duties include daily operations of the organization, nonprofit governance, administration of programs, fundraising, marketing, and community outreach. The position reports directly to the Executive Board of the Society. More info on website.

Contact: Submit cover letter, resume, salary expectation and three references to resume@npsot.org. No phone calls please. 

Deadline: March 15, 2021

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Posted: Feb. 2, 2021

Who: City of Houston Office of Sustainability

Location: Houston

Position: Climate Equity Coordinator 

Description: Supports the work of Climate Action Plan Implementation Working Groups (Equity and Youth Engagement, in particular) and takes on specific roles as needed. See website for full description.

Contact: Apply online.

Deadline: Feb. 9, 2021

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Posted: Jan 29, 2021

Who: Texas Land Conservancy

Location: East Texas

Position: East Texas Program Director

Description: This position reports to the Executive Director, is part of a four-person conservation and stewardship department, and is responsible for TLC work in East Texas, including preserve management and community outreach.

Contact: Submit a resume, cover letter and three references to Mark Steinbach, Executive Director: mark@texaslandconservancy.org.

Deadline: Feb. 5, 2021

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Posted: Jan 27, 2021

Who: Texas Discovery Gardens

Location: Dallas

Position: Guest Relations Manager

Description: TDG is looking for a dedicated person who is friendly, a good problem solver and has had nonprofit experience or customer service management experience. This is a full time position. Wednesday-Sunday 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. See details on website.

Contact: Send resume and cover letter to swoodward@txdg.org.

Deadline: Feb. 8, 2021

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Posted: Jan. 19, 2021

Who: Nature Conservancy of Texas

Location:  San Antonio

Position: Executive Assistant/Trustee Liaison

Description: The Executive Assistant/Trustee Liaison will be responsible for providing direct administrative support to the Texas State Director. This position will also serve the Trustee Liaison role and work closely with the Texas Board of Trustees. They will report directly to the State Director and support the work of the staff and trustees to advance The Nature Conservancy’s priorities.

Deadline: Feb. 4

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Posted: Jan. 19, 2021

Who: Native Prairies Association of Texas

Location: North Texas

Position: North Texas Outeach and Stewardship Director

Description: Key responsibilities include being a spokesperson for NPAT’s mission, educating urban and rural audiences about prairie conservation and restoration, developing partnerships with local government agencies and other organizations, developing relationships with landowners .and identifying potential conservation projects in North Texas. This director would also provide stewardship support for NPAT’s properties in North Texas. Read the GreenSourceDFW.org article.

Deadline: The position will remain open until Feb. 1, 2021. Applications will be reviewed in the order in which they are received.

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Posted: Jan. 18, 2021

Who: Botanical Research Institute of Texas

Location: Fort Worth

Position: President and CEO, Full Time

Description: Reporting directly to BRIT’s highly engaged Board of Directors, the new president and CEO will lead a team of approximately 115 staff members, and an operating budget of over $11M.

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Posted: Jan. 18, 2021

Who: Botanical Research Institute of Texas

Location: Fort Worth

Position: Conservation Botanist, Full Time

Description: The Botanical Research Institute of Texas seeks a Conservation Botanist to lead the institution’s Plant Conservation Program. 

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Posted: Jan. 18, 2021

Who: Botanical Research Institute of Texas

Location: Fort Worth

Position: Public Event Attendant, Full Time

Description: The Botanical Research Institute of Texas (BRIT) seeks public event attendants that works in the operations department. The position performs event preparation duties relating to the assembly and disassembly of public event activities. 

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Posted: Jan. 18, 2021

Who: Fort Worth Botanic Garden

Location: Fort Worth

Position: Horticulture Manager South Gardens, Full Time

Description: The Botanical Research Institute of Texas, on behalf of the Fort Worth Botanic Garden, seeks a Horticulture Manager. The ideal candidate will be responsible managing landscape maintenance of five premier gardens and associated grounds at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden. 

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Below is a list of previous job postings to demonstrate the kinds of green positions available in this region and state.


Posted: Oct. 29, 2020

Who:  State of Texas Alliance for Recycling

Location: Austin

Position: Executive Director

Description: The ED oversees the daily operations of the organization, provides strategic direction, identifies and maintains fundraising partnerships, and serves as a principal spokesperson for STAR. See details on website.

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Posted: July 1, 2020

Who: Kosmos Solar

Position: Canvassing Position

Description: Kosmos Solar is actively seeking local ambassadors to join our growing family.

Our campaign is to help homeowners save money as well as our planet.  Your mission will be to educate homeowners about this opportunity and set appointments for our professional consultants. This job is about meeting people where they are and helping them begin the process of saving a lot of money as well as our planet.  Your success depends on your willingness to listen, learn, and commit to building a better future for yourself and our world. 

Paid training provided. 

This is Not a 1099 position. We are looking for people interested in their future, not a quick buck.

Compensation:

Pay is Base plus Bonuses. On target earnings average over $20 per hour including uncapped bonuses for activity and sales. On target earnings $48,000 - $65,000 per year

We are open to candidates seeking either Part-time or Full-time employment. 

Responsibilities:

• Engage homeowners in the local community to help lower power bills
• Educate homeowners on the benefits of efficiency and renewable energy
•  Set qualified energy assessments for trained consultants
•  Maintain a positive attitude and image in the field and at marketing events
•  Maintain accurate records
•  Continue to train and develop their careers

Requirements:

• Interest in growth
• Great interpersonal skills and atitude
• Physical ability to work on your feet
• Reliable transportation
•  Smart phone
•  Clean background
•  Self-motivated with high energy
•  Proven history of getting the job done

Benefits:

• Flexible schedule
• Opportunity for growth

Contact: Keith K. Annis, keith.annis@kosmossolar.com

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Posted: April 27, 2020

Who: Texas Worm Ranch

Position: Worm Wrangler and Soil Cowboy/girl.

Description: Part time contract job experience. Best candidates for this job in the past have been college students or new graduates on environmental or sustainability tracks. This job includes heavy lifting and a need for physical endurance, heat/cold tolerance, and tolerance for a variety of insects and other organisms that are important to ecological systems. Quick and efficient work pace a must. You will help harvest worms and worm castings and fill new bins with heavy material from outside. A variety of tasks will include warehouse cleaning, feeding bins decaying food waste, and bringing many wheelbarrows of compost to our bins. In other words, it isn't glamorous;). However, we will teach you many aspects of sustainability, microbiology in action, soil science and horticulture. You will be part of a team that is a regional leader in sustainability and a global leader in the quality of their products. Our days and times are somewhat flexible - with notice. You will have to be able to follow directions, because everything we do involves living organisms that depend on it. Self direction, dependability and good attitude are essential to our team atmosphere. The first test of employment will be to see if you can follow directions.  

Contact: Heather Rinaldi with days and times available at txwormranch@gmail.com

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Posted: March 16, 2020

Who: Texas Conservation Alliance, nonprofit started by famed Dallas environmentalist - the late Ned Fritz.

Position: Executive Director

Description: The position requires extensive knowledge of Texas conservation issues, in particular protecting water resources and wildlife habitats such as rivers, forests, and prairies.

Preferred candidate will show success in fundraising, public relations, conservation advocacy, organizational management/budgeting, and building coalitions with a broad range of interests.

Some flexibility of job location. Must in general be centrally located in Texas, with preference for Dallas or Austin.  Flexibility for working remotely.

Details on website.

Deadline: Apply by May 6 

Contact: Send an email cover letter with attached resume to:  TCAapply@gmail.com, SUBJECT:  Executive Director

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Posted: Feb. 6, 2020

Who: Parkland Hospital

Position: Sustainability Coordinator

Description: The Sustainability Coordinator works to assess, develop and implement sustainable and energy efficient initiatives that are representative of Parkland Hospital and Health System's core values. More details on website.

Contact: Miranda Skaaning MIRANDA.SKAANING@phhs.org

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Posted: Jan. 7, 2020

Who: Texas Campaign for the Environment

Position: Communications Director

Description: Responsibilities include strategic planning, public education and media relations, online communications, assistance with fundraising communications. More details on website

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Posted: Jan. 7, 2020

Who: City of Dallas

Position: Climate Coordinator II

Description: Plans, implements, coordinates and maintains under general supervision an environmental program within a city department or the Office of Environmental Quality. Details on website.

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Posted: Sept. 26, 2019

Who: City of Richardson    

Position: Environmental Outreach Manager

Description: Bachelor’s degree required in public or business administration, marketing, public relations, accounting, or related field. Valid Texas driver’s license, Class C, required.One year of municipal, management, marketing, public relations or accounting experience required; knowledge of municipal field and Public Services operations and experience in Water/Wastewater preferred. Must be skilled in: use of computer and Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Adobe Pro and Arc GIS software programs. Working knowledge preferred in areas of: Recycling, Water/Wastewater, organizational structures and operations, legal and political environments of local government; general municipal field operations; and budgeting, accounting and financial analysis.

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Posted: Sept. 26, 2019

Who: City of Plano    

Position: Environmental Education & Community Outreach Coordinator

Description: Responsible for coordinating recycling, waste reduction, household chemical reuse, electronic waste, and proper solid waste management programming to increase the residential recycling rate.

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Posted: Aug. 1, 2019

Who: Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary

Position: Ropes Course Facilitator/Belayer - Part-time

Description: The Heard Natural Science Museum offers a High and Low Elements Ropes Course located within a beautiful deciduous forest tree canopy. Our programs are uniquely created to give each participant and team an invaluable set of tools for success. The Heard Museum has positions available for PT Ropes Course Facilitators/ Belayers. Previous belaying experience is required and ACCT certification is preferred but not mandatory. Responsibilities will include belaying participants, setting up and breaking down of course, facilitating high and low initiatives as needed, knot tying and helping to lead group events, parties and functions.

See full description here

Contact: Please apply at www.heardmuseum.org/employment or send resume and cover letter to ropes@heardmuseum.org

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Posted: June 14, 2019

Who: UT Dallas

Position: Sustainability Coordinator

Start Date: July 1, 2019

Description: Under the general direction of the Associate Director of Energy Conservation and Sustainability, this position oversees the UT Dallas sustainability education and outreach initiatives. The Sustainability Coordinator, in conjunction with Facilities Management, will work collaboratively with faculty, staff and student organizations to encourage and promote sustainable practices on campus. This position should work to build a culture of sustainability that promotes best practices through a variety of activities, including: green office programs, sustainability service initiatives, newsletters, Eco Reps Programs, and various outreach activities.

SEE FULL JOB DESCRIPTION AND QUALIFICATIONS HERE

Contact: Apply online


Posted: May 28, 2019

Who: Texas Campaign for the Environment

Position: Houston Program Director

Closing Date: June 10, 2019

Description: Key responsibilities: campaign development and strategy, support canvass staff development, government relations, community engagement and coalition building, fundraising, communications, budget. 

This position will require engagement outside of business hours and beyond the confines of the office. flexibility is essential.

SEE FULL JOB DESCRIPTION AND QUALIFICATIONS HERE

Contact: Submit cover letter, resume and contact information for two references via email to betty@texasenvironment.org

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Posted: May 16, 2019

Who: City of Dallas

Position: Climate Planner and Manager

Closing Date: May 30, 2019

Description: Energetic and outgoing environmental professional needed to lead environmental planning and public engagement effort related to City of Dallas commitment to the 2017 Paris Climate Agreement. Performs complex management or oversight activities for the daily operations of Office of Environmental Quality & Sustainability. Coordinates development of City Comprehensive Environmental & Climate Action Plan with internal and external stakeholders and builds consensus towards actionable plan. Promotes the City's commitment to sustainability initiatives and represents the City to the public on related matters. Develops and maintains a vision for internal and external sustainability programs in coordination with the City's established environmental policies. Develops and implements short and long term strategic plans to achieve the vision through a comprehensive outreach and public engagement program. Recommends City policy and organizational changes needed to advance sustainability initiatives.

The successful candidate must also have an interest in increasing the visibility of City as a recognized leader in sustainability efforts. The position is subject to yearly goal setting and review.

Contact: James McGuire, james.mcguire@dallascityhall.com

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Posted: May 9, 2019

Who: City of Fort Worth

Position: Environmental Supervisor (Surface Water Quality)

Closing Date: May 22, 2019

Description: The Environmental Supervisor directs a team of Environmental Specialists and leads them to ensure completion of operational efforts to meet established performance standards.  These responsibilities include inspections of construction and industrial sites to assure compliance with environmental regulations related to storm water quality; review of permit applications and related plans; monitoring storm water quality through the collection and analysis of storm water, surface water, and wastewater samples; the collection, identification, and analysis of aquatic life including macroinvertebrates and fish; and response to environmental complaints and hazardous material spills.

Contact: Cody M. Whittenburg, cody.whittenburg@fortworthtexas.gov or 817-392-5455

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Posted: May 7, 2019

Who: City of Dallas Environmental Quality & Sustainability

Position: Environmental Specialist III

Description: Help run the city's ambient air monitoring stations. This program collects meaningful data in coordination with the state and federal government to help protect the health, safety, and well being of our residents.

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Posted: March 29, 2019

Who: Texas Campaign for the Environment

Position: Grassroots Community Organizer

Description: If you're looking for a way to make an impact in the community, earn a living, and to create tangible change for the planet this is the right job for you! As a Community Organizer you will be responsible for creating relationships within designated community areas of the city and building our grassroots base of supporters. Details.

Full-time (5 days @$450/wk) or Part-Time (3-4 days) available.

Contact: 214-599-7840

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Posted: March. 29, 2019

Who: Whole Earth Provision

Position: Retail floor staff

Description: Whole Earth Dallas is seeking enthusiastic individuals with excellent customer service skills who are self-motivated and have a passion for adventure, travel and fun.

Contact: Apply in person at store: 5400 East Mockingbird Lane. Applications can be found on the Resources page on the Whole Earth website.

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Posted: Feb. 7, 2019

Who: We Over Me Farm, Paul Quinn College

Position: Farm Manager

Description: The WE Over Me Farm at Paul Quinn College is currently seeking a full-time Farm Manager to assist with all farm activities to meet the needs of the Farm's many programs and constituencies. The Manager will participate not only in all aspects of farm production, but also in the teaching and mentoring of Work Program student employees and in the planning and implementation of all Farm events such as farm tours, volunteer workdays, field trips, on-farm classes, and fundraising events. See complete description here.

Contact: No phone calls please. Please send applications to kcondon@pqc.edu.

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Posted: Dec. 11, 2018

Who: University of Texas at Arlington

Position: Assistant Professor - Earth & Environmental Science

Description: The Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at The University of Texas Arlington invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in broadly construed areas related to environmental biogeochemistry at the level of Assistant Professor. (See complete description and requirements on website)

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Posted: Dec. 11, 2018

Who: Texas A&M Agrilife Research - Water University

Position: Project Coordinator III

Description: Develop and deliver effective professional training programs in the areas of water use efficiency, stormwater management and water quality including but not limited to publications, training and certification program manuals and e-learning videos, etc  (See complete description and requirements on website)

Contact: 979-845-2423​

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Posted: July 26, 2018

Who: Rooster Home & Hardware

Position: Full-time with plumbing/electrical knowledge, must work weekends. Part-time evenings and weekends cashier.

Description: Retail, gardening, hardware, plumbing, electrical or chicken knowledge preferred.

Contact: 214-343-1971

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Posted: July 13, 2018

Who: Texas Trees Foundation

Position: Capital Projects Coordinator

Description: 

The Project Coordinator will report to the Director of Operations of Texas Trees Foundation and will be responsible for managing and coordinating a variety of tasks primarily related to the ongoing advocacy, planning and design of the SWMD Urban Streetscape Master Plan, as well as other ongoing projects like the Cool Schools program. 

See website for details.

Contact: Matt@TexasTrees.org

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Posted: Feb. 21, 2018

Who: Marshall Grain

Position: Cashier, Garden Center Associate, Garden Center Expert, Landscape Crew Member, Landscape Maintenance Lead, Marketing Intern

Description: See website for detailed descriptions.

Contact: 817-416-6600

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Posted: Feb. 20, 2018

Who: City of Irving

Position: Environmental Programs Coordinator

Description: Duties include coordinating and monitoring environmental regulatory requirements of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) and North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG); managing and coordinating environmental compliance such as air quality and other public policies that impact municipal operations and city interests, internal environmental compliance training for city employees, and environmental outreach and educational opportunities for city residents; and coordinating, administering and facilitating environmentally friendly programs, special events, projects and presentations.

A Bachelor's degree, or equivalent, in environmental science, public policy, or a related field required. Must have three years experience in environmental policy or a related area with a proven track record of environmental compliance, event management, policy coordination and public outreach; experience in the management and coordination of grants preferred.

Contact: 972-721-2600

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Posted: Jan. 8, 2018

Who:  International Rescue Committee

Position: Urban Farm and Training Specialist

Description: Founded in 1933, the International Rescue Committee is a leading, non-sectarian, non-profit organization providing emergency relief, protection, rehabilitation assistance, resettlement services, and advocacy for refugees and victims of oppression or violent conflict. Domestically, our 26 offices across the U.S. ensure new arrivals have food, shelter, and clothing, and work with refugees to help them gain self-sufficiency. New Roots in Dallas is an innovative agriculture and food access program that provides opportunities for refugees to garden, start farm-based businesses, and access healthy, local, culturally appropriate produce. Currently, we partner with five different community businesses, organizations, and churches to manage community garden and urban farming spaces that are accessible to the refugee community of Dallas. Through our MicroProducer Academy, growers can receive additional training to make supplemental income by selling their produce at the New Roots’ Farm Stand back in refugee and immigrant rich neighborhoods. New Roots also runs a Youth Food Justice Internship which uses food and agriculture as a platform for high school students to gain job readiness skills.

Contact: International Rescue Committee, Dallas 214-461-9781 

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Posted: Oct. 26, 2017

Who: Texas Campaign for the Environment

Position: Community Organizer

Description: It’s going to take committed activists like yourself to step up and pressure our leaders to: • Protect communities' rights to act on polluting industries, such as fracking in neighborhoods. • Prevent wasted materials by ensuring access to recycling and composting where we live, work and play. • Strengthen enforcement on toxic pollution in Texas communities.

The Community Organizer will be responsible for creating relationships within designated community areas of the city and building our grassroots base of supporters. The Organizer will be held to high expectations of performance with weekly and monthly goals for various organizing activities.

Contact: 214-599-7840, jobsdallas@texasenvironment.org

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Posted: June 9, 2017

Who: Marshall Grain Co.

Position: Customer Service Associates

Description: Assist customers in our store. Loading/unloading, watering plants, general cleanup, etc.

Contact: jobs@marshallgrain.com or 817-416-6600. Or apply in person at: Marshall Grain Co., 3525 Wm. D. Tate Ave., Grapevine, TX 76051

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Posted: June 9, 2017

Who: Marshall Grain Co.

Position: Irrigation technician

Description: Highly motivated self-starter needed to work under our certified/licensed irrigation specialist. Repair, install and maintain all types of irrigation systems. Join a growing team with opportunities for advancement.

Contact: jobs@marshallgrain.com or 817-416-6600. Or apply in person at: Marshall Grain Co., 3525 Wm. D. Tate Ave., Grapevine, TX 76051

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Posted: June 9, 2017

Who: Marshall Grain Co.

Position: Landscape Foreman

Description: Our Landscape Department is looking for a foreman to supervise one of our landscape crews. Experience in hardscaping, irrigation or drainage a plus. Join a growing team with opportunities for advancement.

Contact: jobs@marshallgrain.com or 817-416-6600. Or apply in person at: Marshall Grain Co., 3525 Wm. D. Tate Ave., Grapevine, TX 76051

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