|2011-06-16 10:37:15||Anyone want a climate job working for the NCSE in Oakland, California?|
NCSE seeks candidates for our Climate Change Programs and Policy Director.
The Climate Change Programs and Policy Director’s duties will include:
Candidates must have at least a college degree; advanced degrees in climate science or climate science education are pluses. A record of involvement in climate literacy efforts, and of addressing attacks on the scientific consensus about climate change, is also a plus. Excellent communication skills, both written and oral, are necessary, as are a high degree of computer literacy (including the use of social media) and the ability to work coöperatively. Travel and public speaking will be required.
This is a full-time permanent position with medical, dental, and retirement benefits in Oakland, California, to start as soon as possible. Telecommuting is not an option. Salary will be commensurate with skills and experience and comparable with similar positions in similarly sized non-profits in the Bay Area.
Send c.v., brief writing sample, and the names of three references to NCSE, either by mail to NCSE, 420 40th Street, Suite 2, Oakland CA 94609-2509, by fax to (510) 601-7204, or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. No calls, please. Materials must arrive by August 15, to be considered. Anticipated start date is mid-September. NCSE is an equal opportunity employer.
|2011-06-16 12:11:52||Thanks, I think (not fancying to move cross-country to LaLa land)|
What does it pay?
Whatthehell, still looking for a job anyway. Might as well put in for it...
Go for it Daniel!
No no no Daniel, Los Angeles is LaLa Land. Oakland is like 8 hours further north, near SF. The whole Bay Area is a pretty great place to live, if you ask me (though some parts of Oakland are a bit run down). If I didn't already have a good job, I'd totally put in for this one. Rob H will back me up - the Bay Area rocks.
Gee, I'm actually from Oakland. It's right next to Berkeley, San Francisco Bay Area; but not as expensive.