Urban Harvest is searching for an outstanding individual who is a self-starter, highly collaborative, and has experience in community engagement, incorporating community feedback, and reporting on and utilizing program metrics.
Urban Harvest is hiring a Community Gardens and Outreach Manager to create thriving communities and increase access to fresh and local food through Exemplary and Affiliate gardens. This position will work with program directors, affiliate gardens and school sites, Double Up markets and farm stands, community and regional partners to achieve strategic goals across our affiliate garden network broadly and priority communities specifically. This position will coordinate programs with other Urban Harvest staff, particularly the Director of Garden Education and Classes Coordinator. Learn more and read the full job description at urbanharvest.org.
Air Alliance Houston, a research-based nonprofit that believes everyone has the right to breathe clean air and where you live should not determine your health, is recruiting an Executive Director to continue its ambitious goals to reduce air pollution, promote public health, and advance environmental justice in the greater Houston area. The successful candidate will implement and eventually expand Air Alliance Houston’s five-year strategic plan to grow the organization, strengthening our capacity to achieve these aims. For the full job description and application instructions, visit airalliancehouston.org.
The Partnership for Gulf Coast Land Conservation is a network of 28 local, regional, state and national land trusts whose mission is to increase the pace, quality, and permanence of voluntary land and water conservation in the Gulf of Mexico Region. This initiative was organized in November 2010 under the auspices of the non-profit Land Trust Alliance (Alliance). PGCLC began operating as a separate 501(c)3 non-profit in 2020 after nine years of operation with a fiscal agent and is seeking an Executive Director. PGCLC was created in part as a response to the Deepwater Horizon (DWH) oil disaster. During its first years, the organization focused on getting land conservation integrated into the DWH oil spill ecosystem restoration strategy. The organization continues to work on oil spill restoration but has broadened its focus to include on-going challenges facing the region: climate change, community resilience, increasing urbanization, loss of habitat, forests, working lands, water quality and quantity problems, and other issues. For more information visit: www.gulfpartnership.org.