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Chicago Community and Workers’ Rights is looking for a full-time Development and Communications Coordinator!
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One Summer Chicago job application is now being accepted by the city. The deadline to apply for one of the 21,000 available slots is Friday, June 11, 2021 https://www.onesummerchicago.org/SummerJobs/
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Interested in supporting the Neighborhood Network Alliance community organizing and engagement efforts? Submit your resume. We are currently hiring for the position of Operations Assistant. https://e2d57f53-2623-4cfa-978b-c2f1469e57d6.filesusr.com…
The Wetlands Initiative (TWI) is hiring a new full-time coordinator to work with our team and partners who are designing and carrying out wetlands restoration projects in the Calumet Region. The Calumet projects coordinator will work with TWI’s senior ecologist and other staff to support our expanding portfolio of work in the region, supporting both current projects and new ones being developed by TWI and its collaborators.
Covering Chicago’s Southeast Side and Northwest Indiana, the Calumet was once one of the most biologically diverse wetland areas in North America. Now it’s a patchwork of degraded remnants; many of them still support some biological diversity, but no longer provide the same wetland functions due to generations of industrial, commercial, and residential development. For decades the Calumet has loomed large as an area with tremendous potential for ecological restoration and for connecting diverse communities with quality natural open space. TWI is playing a central role in a new wave of Calumet wetland restorations in both Illinois and Indiana. These collaborative projects involve multiple partners and various combinations of restricted grant funding, and are at various stages of development.
DUTIES AND TASKS:
· Schedule, participate in, and sometimes lead project meetings with collaborating organizations and agencies.
· Facilitate and assist TWI technical staff in implementing project-specific restoration and science objectives, identifying new regional remnant wetlands with high potential for restoration, and project planning.
· Track grant budgets and expenses and provide TWI development staff with the project information they need for grant reporting.
· Facilitate and participate in TWI’s outreach and engagement with diverse Calumet communities, which may include volunteer restoration events.
· Track and report progress toward project outcomes.
· Obtain and track permits, agreements, and various compliance documents, and maintain project files and records.
· Assist with habitat monitoring.
· Other project-related tasks as they arise.
Location: This position will be based both in the Calumet Region and at organizational offices in downtown Chicago; the specifics of that are TBD and may evolve as the work does.
A Calumet Region map can be viewed here: http://www.fieldmuseum.org/science/research/area/science-action-chicago/calumet
Application deadline: April 30, 2021.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS AND ATTRIBUTES:
· Work experience at a natural resources, open space, environmental or conservation agency, organization or company.
· A self-starter who can successfully work independently with a shifting cast of project team members both within and outside of TWI.
· Experience tracking project activities and expenses.
· Strong attention to detail and ability to track and manage work flows across multiple projects simultaneously.
· A love of the outdoors.
· Solid communications skills both in person and in writing.
· Experience with office software including word processing, spreadsheet, and database programs.
· Current driver’s license.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS AND ATTRIBUTES:
· Personal or professional history in the Calumet Region.
· Familiarity with or a desire to learn about ecological restoration and about plant identification in the field.
· Experience with public presenting/speaking.
· Ability to work outside under adverse weather conditions.
The Wetlands Initiative is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer which does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, gender identification, age, veteran status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, or marital status. Diversity of all kinds is a core value that we are actively pursuing.
This is a full-time position with benefits which include health and dental insurance, 403(b) retirement plan with employer match, paid vacation, holidays and sick time, and short-term disability insurance. https://www.idealist.org/en/nonprofit-job/65f56a3a4a784f158f34d6494b160ca7-calumet-projects-coordinator-the-wetlands-initiative-twi-chicago
Discover Is Opening A Call Center And Bringing 1,000 Jobs To Chicago’s South Side
Exciting news for students studying in the field of construction!
is launching the second year of their scholarship program for graduating seniors.
Last year, Power awarded 4, $2,500 scholarships to Chicagoland High School Seniors that are pursuing a 4-year degree in Construction Management or a related field. Power is again looking to award 4, $2,500 scholarships to exceptional students
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Plumbers’ JAC Local 130, UA will be accepting applications for admission to the Plumbing Apprenticeship Program starting on January 24, 2021 through March 6, 2021 OR the first 2.000 submissions, whichever comes first ONLINE at apply.jac130.org
The Calumet Area Industrial Commission (CAIC) administers funding for On the Job Training of new employees with private sector employers throughout the Chicagoland area. The OJT Program has been established to help unemployed and displaced workers train for new careers and assist employers with the cost of training new workers in the skills required to be productive employees within their respective enterprises. CAIC works directly with your HR department to ensure that only candidates that meet your specific needs are referred to your business for potential training. Because CAIC knows industry, they find employees with the work skills and work histories that fit with the job specifications. You make the final decision on whether a candidate meets your standards. You may be reimbursed for 50% of the trainee’s wages for up to two months of on the job training. This amount is reimbursed to you directly by CAIC.
From the Green Teens to the Art Apprenticeship, there are so many opportunities for teen employment at GCYC! Head to the link below for more ways to get involved! http://www.garycomeryouthcenter.org/programs/teen-employment
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