Time: 5 hours per week
Location: Flexible within the U.S.
Position: Volunteer, Required Travel Covered
ESW is striving to have a measurable impact on 100 communities a year (and 500 a year by 2030) and your role is crucial in being a proactive and inspiring program leader and go-to person for students and professionals who will help them to bring even more sustainability initiatives to life.
The Program Coordinator will manage and improve operations for ongoing program initiatives as well as help design new programs that further ESW’s mission and strategic goals. This includes managing a program such as the Resilient CommUnity Design Challenge, Build Day, or Project Grants and providing direct project support and mentoring to student chapters.
The Program Coordinator will also work closely with the other members of the Programming, Chapter Relations, and Professional Relations team to implement new initiatives for chapters, develop project guidance and tracking materials, and develop digital resources for project leaders.
This position is flexible, and can accommodate work and school schedules. To apply, please send your resumé/CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. Feel free to add a short "Why me" (up to 150 words), as we would love to know you better! Please contact us with any questions you may have as well.
About Engineers for a Sustainable World
Engineers for a Sustainable World (ESW) is a nonprofit dedicated to empowering engineers to tackle sustainability challenges. We believe that engineers, and anyone who loves to solve problems, are key to solving today's biggest sustainability challenges. Founded in 2002, ESW is an international network of over 1,750 members and more than 45 collegiate chapters working to build a more sustainable world through technical hands-on projects. Since its founding, ESW has supported over 300 chapter-led projects in 12 countries and 23 states and Canadian provinces.
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ESW does not discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, age, religion, or economic background. Further, we strongly encourage individuals from traditionally underrepresented identities to apply, including identities not explicitly named above. If there are any considerations or qualifications not acknowledged in our job description that you feel are important and relevant to this position, we encourage you to bring them to light in your application.