Environmental Jobs

Office/HR Coordinator

We are looking for a tech savvy, proactive Office/HR Coordinator to join our team, who will help general office administration and HR support our overall organization. You will provide general office and Human Resources support that includes but is not limited to: managing the reception desk, daily HR support, IT support in conjunction with our IT consultants, equipment tracking and ordering, coordination of office repairs and maintenance, supply ordering, inventory management, filing, organizing, and calendar maintenance. We are looking for someone who is well organized, flexible, responsible, and is a self-starter. This is a great opportunity for someone who wants to support a growing foundation in an administrative/HR capacity. This position requires the ability to multi-task in a dynamic and high energy environment while maintaining a positive and professional demeanor.

Environmental Nonprofit Graduate Intern

The Institute for Environmental Solutions (IES) is an independent non-profit organization that engages stakeholders to deliver technically sound solutions to complex environmental and health problems – without unwanted side effects. IES is seeking motivated graduate students volunteers who are passionate about protecting the environment! We are working on exciting projects to reduce air and water pollution, improve human health, teach children to become environmental stewards, and restore trails and open space. These are part-time, unpaid graduate intern positions (5-20 hours/week) based in Denver with a flexible schedule.

Business Manager

The Business Manager is passionate about operational efficiency and leadership growth (and ready to help save the planet). We’re looking for a well-rounded finance and/or human resources professional with who understands business fundamentals and is eager to keep learning.

This person is on a mission to ensure CRC continues to be a great place to work and helps attract and retain talented staff. The Business Manager provides accurate accounting of the daily/monthly financial activity and provide a centralized system for employee records management. Under the direction of the Director of Operations & Efficiency, this position records accounts payable/receivable, provides General Ledger support and manages payroll services for CRC. This role provides for the effective communication of staffing activities, such as benefits enrollment, accrued leave, and staff development opportunities across company lines.

Park Ranger I

Highlands Ranch Metro District is currently seeking an experienced, motivated individual to fill the Park Ranger position in the Parks, Recreation and Open Space department. Successful candidate must be a team player and have a strong desire to provide excellent service to our community.

Major Gifts Officer

The Major Gifts Officer is responsible for securing revenue for Global Greengrants Fund by managing a portfolio of existing and prospective donors, and utilizing a sales-based approach to engaging people, making asks, and closing gifts. The benefit of this position will be the satisfaction of helping donors fulfill their passions and interests through their giving to Global Greengrants. The person in this position is a member of the Development and Communications team, and reports to the VP of External Relations.

Government Affairs Director

About Western Resource Advocates
Founded in 1989, Western Resource Advocates (WRA) is dedicated to protecting the West’s land, air, and water to ensure that vibrant communities exist in balance with nature. We use law, science, and economics to craft innovative solutions to the most pressing conservation issues in the region within three core program areas: Clean Energy, Healthy Rivers and Western Lands.

In the face of population growth and climate change, the Western United States needs a strong and effective advocacy voice at the regional level to address changes that are already underway and to steer the West towards a sustainable future. WRA has aggressive plans to tackle these challenges. We envision a future in the West where:

• Western rivers and lakes will have abundant clean water to support habitat for fish and wildlife, communities and agriculture, and world class recreational opportunities. The Colorado River will flow to the sea;
• Our homes, buildings and transportation systems will be powered by clean energy. The West will prosper in a zero-carbon economy;
• Half of western landscapes and habitat will be protected and connected to support thriving wildlife populations and unparalleled opportunities to enjoy the West’s natural beauty; and
• The West will have clean air and clean water to support healthy communities and vital habitat.

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