JOBS

Summer 2018 Science and Policy Internships

The Environmental Law & Policy Center offers several policy and science internships for undergraduate and graduate students.  Environmental Policy and Science Internships are available throughout the year and are open to undergraduate and graduate students studying politics/government, environmental sciences, business/economics or related fields.  Applicants should have a strong academic record, excellent writing and analytical skills, and a demonstrated interest in and commitment to public interest and environmental advocacy.

ELPC generally offers one fall, one spring, and three summer policy/science internships in the Chicago office with additional opportunities in our Madison, Wisconsin and Des Moines, Iowa offices.  This is an unpaid, volunteer position requiring a minimum of 15 hours per week.  ELPC encourages students to seek outside funding and fellowships.

ORGANIZATION:  ELPC is the Midwest’s leading public interest environmental legal advocacy and eco-business innovation organization, and among the nation’s leaders. We develop and lead strategic environmental advocacy campaigns to improve environmental quality and protect our natural heritage. We are public interest environmental entrepreneurs who engage in creative business dealmaking with diverse interests to put into practice our belief that environmental progress and economic development can be achieved together.  ELPC’s multidisciplinary staff of 45 talented public interest attorneys, environmental business specialists, policy advocates and communications specialists brings a strong and effective combination of skills to solve environmental problems and improve the quality of life in our communities. Our headquarters is in downtown Chicago, with additional offices and staff across the Midwest and in Washington, DC.  Please visit www.ELPC.org.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Policy and Science Interns assist ELPC’s Senior Policy Advocates, Policy Associates, Communications Staff and Economists/Financial Analysts with a variety of tasks.

Job duties include: researching energy and environmental topics; preparing memos, summaries, and annotated bibliographies; researching organizations, companies, and individuals in key regions; researching and tracking events; reviewing reports and preparing summary memos; updating and managing Access databases; performing analysis of grant data for use by Congressional offices and others; and assisting with web site content and writing. Interns may also attend meetings with state and federal agencies, legislators, and concerned citizens.

APPLICATION PROCESS: Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and list of references via email to the appropriate staff member for each office, as listed below. Summer 2018 Internship Application Deadline: February 28, 2018.

Chicago: Intern Manager, policyinternships@elpc.org
Des Moines: Steve Falck, sfalck@elpc.org
Madison: Andy Olsen, aolsen@elpc.org

The Environmental Law & Policy Center is an equal opportunity employer and is continually seeking to diversify its staff.

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Development Officer, Foundation Relations

The Environmental Law & Policy Center (ELPC), the Midwest’s leading environmental legal advocacy and eco-business innovation organization, seeks to hire a full-time Development Officer for Foundation Relations to work in our Chicago office. This is an extraordinary time in which ELPC’s effective legal and policy advocacy is essential for protecting our core environmental values.  This position reports to ELPC’s Director of Development and is responsible for writing compelling and persuasive foundation proposals and compiling grant reports. As part of ELPC’s development team, this person will also provide support for development events and outreach activities as needed.

ORGANIZATION: ELPC is the Midwest’s premier public interest environmental legal advocacy and eco-business innovation organization, and among the nation’s leaders.  We develop and lead successful strategic environmental advocacy campaigns to improve environmental quality and protect our natural heritage. We are public interest environmental entrepreneurs who engage in creative business deal making with diverse interests to put into practice our belief that environmental progress and economic development can be achieved together. ELPC’s multidisciplinary staff of 40+ talented public interest attorneys, environmental business specialists, policy advocates and communications specialists brings a strong and effective combination of skills to solve environmental problems and improve the quality of life in our communities.  ELPC’s offices are in Chicago (HQ), seven other Midwest cities and Washington D.C. For more information, please see www.elpc.org.

RESPONSIBILITIES: The Development Officer reports to the Chief Development Officer and works closely with senior program staff to raise support from foundations. This job focuses on marketing ELPC’s mix of policy and legal advocacy projects to national, regional, state, and local foundations, and includes: (1) Drafting and revising successful grant proposals and letters of inquiry; (2) Working with program staff to develop grant proposal content; and (3) Working closely with program staff to write reports to funders; and (4) Identifying new foundation prospects.

QUALIFICATIONS:  The ability to write strong, persuasive grant proposals and reports.  Candidates should have a Bachelor’s degree and at least five years of development experience, preferably in the environmental sector. Prior job experience writing persuasive documents (e.g., journalism, policy advocacy work) is a plus.  The successful candidate will have excellent writing, editing, and interpersonal skills; an entrepreneurial approach to fundraising; and a passion for ELPC’s mission.   He or she must be able to work productively with a team of skilled professionals in a fast-paced deadline-driven environment where attention to details and follow-through are critical.

SALARY: Commensurate with experience and with ELPC’s salary structure that is competitive with other large public interest environmental organizations.  Excellent benefits provided.

APPLICATION PROCESS:  Applicants should send: (1) a cover letter, (2) a resume, and (3) contact information for two professional references to: Kevin Brubaker, kbrubaker@elpc.org with “Development Officer” in the subject line.  Telephone inquiries are not accepted.  ELPC is an equal opportunity employer and is continually seeking to diversify its staff.

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Groundwork: Fundraiser

Groundwork Seeks Fundraiser

Groundwork is seeking a Donor and Corporate Relations Specialist to join its development team. Ideal candidates will have a strong commitment to understanding Groundwork’s mission and programs, and a proven ability to cultivate new, as well as to steward existing, relationships with community members. A team player, innovative spirit, and a can-do attitude are critical to success in this job. The position is full time, year-round, and will report to Amy MacKay, Development Director.

THE RELATIONS SPECIALIST WILL:
  • Be responsible for an assigned portfolio of individual donors, meeting with them to secure annual gifts, multi-year pledges of support, major gifts, or planned gifts, as appropriate;
  • Collaborate with staff, Board of Directors, and others to identify prospective donors and participate in strategic outreach to recruit them to become Groundwork supporters;
  • Procure corporate sponsorships and favorable underwriting options to help fund Groundwork’s programs, special events, conferences, and reports, etc.;
  • And, maintain and develop new relationships with business community, looking for ways to involve and recognize the corporate interests and partnering opportunities.
PERSONAL QUALIFICATIONS

Groundwork seeks the following qualities in successful candidates:

  • Strong commitment to Groundwork’s mission and programs;
  • Exceptionally skilled at networking and a keen listener;
  • Proven ability to organize priorities, with keen attention to detail and deadlines;
  • Self-directed working approach, initiative and strong teamwork skills;
  • And, a sense of humor and positive outlook.
PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS
  • 3+ years of experience in fundraising and development for a nonprofit organization or transferable experience in private sector sales.
  • Experience in several aspects of fundraising including annual giving, major donor cultivation, corporate giving and planned giving. Demonstration of successful revenue increases over time desirable.
  • Unquestionable integrity, and professionalism coupled with highly developed relationship building skills.
  • Absolute commitment to a donor-centric centric approach to all work and an ability to motivate this approach among staff and volunteers.
ABOUT GROUNDWORK

The Groundwork Center for Resilient Communities, formerly known as the Michigan Land Use Institute, was established in 1995 as a nonprofit organization to protect the environment, strengthen the economy, and build community. The principal office is located in downtown Traverse City with a satellite office in Petoskey. With a staff of twelve, we work to build a thriving local farm and food economy; to make our towns and villages more affordable, walk-able, and transit-friendly; and to develop local, clean energy. We seek to achieve on-the-ground results in northwest Michigan and leverage them to support other communities and improvements to state policy. All of this is designed to build resilience in our communities and equity in our opportunities.

COMPENSATION, BENEFITS, AND APPLICATION PROCEDURE

This is a full-time position with a competitive salary range, depending on experience. Full-time employees and their families qualify for Groundwork’s health insurance coverage. They also receive retirement benefits, ample vacation, and schedules flexible enough to enjoy the wondrous forests, clean rivers, and the magnificent Great Lakes shoreline that distinguish the Traverse City region. Please send a one-page cover letter, resume and references to amy@groundworkcenter.org with the subject line Donor and Corporate Relations. We are accepting applications until we find the perfect fit.

Sierra Club: Michigan Political Organizer

Job Title: Political Organizer

Chapter: Sierra Club Michigan Chapter

Location: Sierra Club Michigan Chapter office in Lansing (some flexibility on location) with occasional travel required

Reports To: Chapter Legislative/Political Director and State Director

Timeline: January 2, 2018 – December 21, 2018

Hours: 28.5 hours a week (.76 FTE)

Context: Works with the Legislative and Political Director, Political Chair, Chapter Chair and Lead Lobbyist to help organize and implement the Political and Legislative program for Sierra Club Michigan Chapter for the 2018 election year.

Scope: The Political Organizer assists Sierra Club Michigan Chapter members in protecting the environment, with a focus on legislative and political campaigns. Helps run our political internship program, provides communications and writing support, trains activists, performs digital organizing, manages mailings, helps maintain our political action committee fund, helps organize citizen lobby days, performs research, supports coalition building, and lobbies at the state capitol.

Job Activities:

  1. Recruits and interviews political interns at colleges and universities across Michigan.
  2. Helps train political interns on organizing skills/strategies and Sierra Club Michigan Chapter’s priority issues, programs, and campaigns.
  3. Helps manage ongoing communication with political interns.
  4. Drafts and promotes press releases, action alerts, and newsletter articles.
  5. Gives public presentations on behalf of Sierra Club Michigan Chapter.
  6. Supports implementation of the chapter’s diversity, equity, and inclusion goals.
  7. Provides administrative support for our legislative and political programs including event planning, data entry, and mailings.
  8. Helps organize citizen lobbying events and maintaining legislative scorecards.
  9. May attend hearings at the state capitol on behalf of our Legislative and Political Director.
  10. Engages supporters in effective advocacy, public education, and awareness-raising activities to achieve campaign goals.
  11. Recruits and supports non-intern volunteers to further the goals and priorities of the chapter.
  12. Other miscellaneous duties as assigned.

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Some experience in grassroots organizing, training, motivating volunteers, electoral/political campaigns, coalition building, and lobbying.
  • Demonstrated written and oral communication skills.  Demonstrated public speaking ability.
  • Some knowledge and background in Michigan politics.
  • Demonstrated ability and effectiveness working with volunteers.
  • Self-motivated with a demonstrated ability to work independently towards goals.
  • Valid driver’s license, satisfactory driving record, and proof of auto insurance required.
  • Experience with Microsoft Office applications, Google drive, email, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, websites, and constituent database management applications such as the Voter Activation Network (VAN) and Salesforce is preferred.

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Michigan LCV: Communications Director

WE’RE ON A MISSION TO PROTECT THE GREAT LAKES STATE. AND, WE’RE HIRING! JOIN OUR GROWING TEAM.

Communications Director: We are looking for a Communications Director to build and direct a communications program that strategically amplifies the stories of Michiganders impacted by land, air and water issues, drives narratives that lead to wins for Michigan’s environment and grows a base of activists and advocates who contribute to Michigan LCV’s mission. More information on the position and how to apply here.

Campaign Representative, Ohio Beyond Coal Campaign

The Sierra Club is looking for a Campaign Representative in Columbus, Ohio 

Context: Plans and implements the strategies and activities of the Beyond Coal campaign to transition utilities from coal to clean energy in Ohio.

Scope: The Campaign Representative is responsible for the planning, coordination and implementation of the Beyond Coal campaign strategies and activities in Ohio, and as assigned.   Collaborates with various internal departments, programs, strategic external partners, coalitions, state chapters and volunteer leadership to ensure execution of strategic coordinated campaigns moving Ohio off of coal to 100% renewable energy and energy efficiency. Ensures strategic alignment of the state campaign with regional and national goals and objectives. Manages and monitors campaign resources and expenses. Coordinates Capacities and Departments, ensuring focus on activities that achieve Campaign outcomes. Works with Sierra Club staff and volunteer Chapter leadership in Ohio. Creates and executes, as appropriate, utility-based or state-based campaign work plans and revises as appropriate to meet changing needs and requirements. Oversees day-to-day operational aspects of Campaign. Prepares and submits weekly progress reports. Represents the Sierra Club to government officials, the media, allies, and other organizations, and the public.

 
Job Activities:

  1. Leads and facilitates the development of a strategic campaign plan, goals and objectives, for the Beyond Coal Campaign’s targeted utilities in Ohio.  Develops and implements strategic campaign working in collaboration with Sierra Club’s Environmental Law Program, Chapter, Communications Department, Organizing and On-line Organizing capacities, Sierra Club’s programs, and volunteer leadership to ensure the execution of a campaign to move the targeted companies off of coal to 100% renewable energy and energy efficiency.
  2. In collaboration with the Sierra Club stakeholders listed above, engages with key strategic partners in frontline communities and within labor impacted by in regional power generation and committed to the transition to clean energy, other strategic stakeholders, elected and appointed decision makers, and executives in the renewable generation and efficiency industries to ensure advancement of Sierra Club’s priorities.
  3. Supports and provides professional expertise to staff and volunteers. Provides conservation training and motivation to staff and volunteers.
  4. Works to develop volunteers and to ensure that volunteers assume meaningful roles in the program/campaign.
  5. Directs media outreach activities related to the campaign/program. Serves as Sierra Club spokesperson to media outlets and promotes volunteer media exposure.
  6. Writes, edits, and reviews educational and advocacy materials.
  7. Represents the Sierra Club to the general public and to strategic allies and coalitions.
  8. Introduces creative campaign ideas and approaches for consideration by capacities.
  9. Handles miscellaneous projects and duties as assigned.

Knowledge & Skills:

  • B.A./B.S. degree in energy, political, legal, or closely related field, or the equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • At least 3 years’ experience in the planning and implementation of campaigns, which includes experience:
    • planning and managing a state- or regional-level legislative or issue campaign;
    • working with attorneys and utilizing legal advocacy;
    • lobbying;
    • media relations and strategic communications;
    • work with senior level political and business leaders.
  • Familiarity with the electric sector, including coal and gas-fired generation and renewable energy.
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a challenging political landscape to advance policy goals.
  • Excellent demonstrated written and oral communication skills. Demonstrated public speaking and media presentation ability.
  • Substantial experience and demonstrated ability and effectiveness working with volunteers.
  • Commitment to building an organization that is diverse, equitable and inclusive, as well as promoting a culture of learning and growth.
  • Valid driver’s license, satisfactory driving record, and proof of auto insurance required.

 

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The Union of Concerned Scientists: Consultant Grassroots Organizers

Now Hiring two Part-Time Consultant: Union of Concerned Scientists Grassroots Organizer in Indiana and Missouri

Do you love science? Can you mobilize people to advocate for science-based policies that protect public health, clean air and water, and the climate? The Union of Concerned Scientists is seeking a committed and experienced part-time consultant to do grassroots organizing in Indiana and Missouri. Work from home and around the state to recruit, train and mobilize a team of activists to defend science, and scientists, from the latest attacks in Congress and the Administration that threaten the well-being of communities and the environment.

Details and scope of work:

  • Part time (approximately 20 hours/week) paid consultant position reports to UCS staff remotely
  • Expected duration of consultancy: 1 year
  • Recruit and meet with activists, including for trainings, strategy sessions and lobby days
  • Recruit and meet with influential leaders in the community – well known individuals from businesses, universities, etc. – engaging them in your campaigns
  • Build civic engagement skills of activists, from advocacy to engaging local media
  • Mobilize advocates and activists to take action in defense of science-based policies that are under attack in Congress and by the Administration using a variety of effective tactics
  • Coordinate with local coalition partners
  • Work from home and travel throughout the state

Qualifications:

  • At least 3-5 years of experience with grassroots organizing
  • Familiarity with the political process
  • Strong preference for someone with direct experience engaging in legislative advocacy and issue campaigns in Indiana
  • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills and flexibility to respond to fast-changing campaign needs
  • Access to a car for travel around the state
  • Effective communicator, from one- on- one to meeting facilitation

We’re looking for someone to start in early October, so apply soon!

To apply please send a cover letter and resume to tfadeyi@ucsusa.org with the subject line “Missouri Grassroots Organizer” or “Indiana Grassroots Organizer.”

SUMMER 2018 LAW STUDENT INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

The Environmental Law and Policy Center (ELPC) seeks to hire 1L and 2L law student interns for Summer 2018. Legal interns support ELPC’s state and federal litigation and policy work throughout the Midwest. ELPC plans to hire 3 to 4 law students to work in the Chicago, IL office, and 1 law student to work part of the summer in Nebraska and part of the summer in the Chicago office. A summer at ELPC will give students a broad-based experience working in the Midwest on energy and transportation policy, farmland protection, and preservation of freshwater resources.

About ELPC: The Environmental Law & Policy Center is the Midwest’s leading public interest environmental legal advocacy and eco-business innovation organization. We develop and lead successful strategic environmental advocacy campaigns to improve environmental quality and protect our natural heritage. We are public interest environmental entrepreneurs who engage in creative business deal making with diverse interests to put into practice our belief that environmental progress and economic development can be achieved together. ELPC’s multidisciplinary staff of talented and experienced public interest attorneys, environmental business specialists, public policy advocates, and communications specialists brings a strong and effective combination of skills to solve environmental problems and improve the quality of life in our Midwestern communities.

Responsibilities: Our summer law student interns work with ELPC attorneys and other professional staff on ELPC policy, legislative and general advocacy issues, and federal and state court litigation. Job activities may include legal and legislative research, litigation and pre-litigation support, developing case strategies, legislative drafting, clean energy business development, grassroots advocacy work, and special projects. Interns also may attend meetings with state and federal agencies, legislators and concerned citizens, and participate in depositions and other litigation activities. Our interns assume a significant level of responsibility commensurate with their interests and abilities.

Qualifications: Applicants should have a strong academic record, excellent writing and analytical skills, and a demonstrated interest in and commitment to public interest and environmental advocacy. ELPC is an equal opportunity employer and is continually seeking to diversify its staff. Although stipends are available, ELPC encourages interns to obtain alternate funding from law school public interest fellowships and other outside sources. ELPC has a funded internship position available for a student attending law school in Nebraska or with long-standing connections in the state. The intern will split his/her time between Nebraska and the Chicago office.

Application Process: Interested law students should send a cover letter and resume via email to lawinternships@elpc.org. Applications from 2Ls are accepted on an ongoing basis and applications from 1Ls will be accepted beginning December 1, 2017. ELPC also accepts applications through the Chicago-based Public Interest Law Initiative (PILI). Please review PILI’s application requirements at www.pili-law.org.

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The Ecology Center: Communications and Outreach Coordinator

The Ecology Center is seeking a three-quarter to full-time Communications and Outreach Coordinator for its Charge Up Midwest Electric Vehicle and Clean Energy campaigns, which includes public outreach and decision-maker focused communications to advance climate and energy solutions throughout Michigan and the Midwest.

Location: The Ecology Center – Ann Arbor, MI

Organization

Founded in 1970, the Ecology Center works to develop innovative solutions for healthy people and a healthy planet. In recent years, the Ecology Center developed the country’s leading product testing service for toxic chemicals; created a statewide Health Leaders Fellowship program; and led successful advocacy campaigns to expand transit service in southeast Michigan.  The Ecology Center is the parent organization of Recycle Ann Arbor, founded in 1977, which works to build zero waste communities through convenient and innovative services. The Ecology Center has offices in Ann Arbor and Detroit.

Duties and Responsibilities

The Coordinator position will work with the Ecology Center’s Climate and Energy Program Team to provide overall communications for the Charge Up Midwest campaign and other Clean Energy programs, including:

  • Content creation, management, and dissemination of earned and owned media—including website, newsletters, social media, media relations, brochures, branded collateral, and related materials;
  • Support the execution of the Ecology Center communications and development plans to create awareness, engagement, and revenue for the Climate/Energy programs;
  • Stay abreast of EV and Energy related news;
  • Seek, research, develop and pitch proactive news stories to enhance public awareness of the Ecology Center’s climate/energy priorities;
  • Deliver presentations and tabling at community events;
  • Assist with overall campaign strategy and tracking of campaign progress;
  • Assist with grant reporting, and ongoing fundraising; and
  • Participate in Ecology Center staff meetings, and other collective duties to be determined.

Knowledge & Skills

The ideal candidate will have experience in journalism, public relations or a related field; a proven ability to write clearly, cleanly and quickly in a variety of formats; strong social media skills, and a familiarity with environmental and energy issues.

  • B.A./B.S. degree in journalism, public relations, or related field preferred.
  • At least 1-2 years of experience in communications, campaign communications preferred.
  • Excellent demonstrated written and oral communication skills.
  • Strong strategic communications skills, including planning, public affairs and outreach, crisis communications, communications metrics and measurement, and marketing.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced, rapidly-changing environment and to organize multiple and varied priorities.
  • Sincere commitment to work collaboratively with all constituent groups, including staff, board members, volunteers, donors, program partners, and other supporters.
  • Knowledge of the transportation and energy sectors.
  • Familiarity with and ability to quickly learn various web-based communication platforms.
  • Excellent research skills.
  • Self-starter and able to work independently.
  • Ability and willingness to travel.
  • A sense of humor.

Reports To: Director of Climate & Energy Programs 

Salary and Benefits: 

$36,000 – $42,000, commensurate with experience, with a generous benefits package including health, dental, FSA, 403(b), ongoing training, and growth opportunities. Upbeat, collaborative, and goal-oriented office atmosphere. The Ecology Center is committed to diversity and inclusion in our internal practices and opportunities, and in how we fulfill our mission of working for healthy people and a healthy planet. For more about our values and work in this area, see the Ecology Center Statement of Values on Diversity and Inclusion. The Ecology Center is an equal opportunity employer. 

To Apply:

Please send your resume, cover letter, writing sample, and three references to jobs@ecocenter.org. Please include where you heard about the position.

Application Deadline:

Application review will begin on September 8th. Applications received by that date will be given priority, but we will continue to accept applications until the position is filled.

The Mayors Innovation Project: Research and Outreach Associate

The Mayors Innovation Project is seeking an exceptional individual to join their team and help provide high quality policy and program information to cities across the country.  The Mayors Innovation Project is a learning network for American mayors committed to high road policy and governance: shared prosperity, environmental sustainability, and efficient democratic government. They provide clear, useful information on policies and programs for local governments and create high-quality peer learning experiences for local leaders. This person will work on a wide range of issues and connect with elected leaders and local government staff in a number of ways. They are a project of COWS, based at the University of Wisconsin – Madison.

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

COWS is a national think-and-do tank that promotes high road solutions to social problems. These treat shared growth and opportunity, environmental sustainability, and resilient democratic institutions as necessary and achievable complements in human development. COWS is nonpartisan but values-based. We seek a world of equal opportunity and security for all. The Mayors Innovation Project is a learning network for American mayors committed to high road policy and governance: shared prosperity, environmental sustainability, and efficient democratic government. We provide clear, useful information on policies and programs for local governments and create high-quality peer learning experiences for local leaders. This position will work in two areas of COWS work: the Mayors Innovation Project (MIP), and our workforce development initiative, and report to the Associate Director of COWS and the Managing Director of the Mayors Innovation Project on a day to day basis.

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

No professional experience required, however at least three years of professional experience desired, with seven years of experience required for appointment at senior title. Skills should include:

  • Excellent writing ability, including demonstrated ability to write clearly and succinctly for a range of audiences on policy topics.
  • Excellent organizational skills, including scheduling large groups, planning and running conference calls and webinars, tracking attendance and participation, etc.
  • Demonstrated experience communicating and writing to diverse audiences, e.g. local governments, elected officials, community and environmental groups, public and private sectors.
  • Experience organizing and relationship building with non-profit organizations and/or local governments.
  • Capacity to learn areas of policy quickly and to summarize key policy issues in accessible ways and variety of formats.Preferred, but not required, skills and experience include:
  • Experience planning and facilitating meetings and events.
  • Policy research and analysis experience.
  • Knowledge of local policy and/or local government.
  • Familiarity with climate and energy issues, public health, municipal finance, water policy, workforce development, labor standards, and/or civil and human rights policy.
  • Project management.

 

SALARY:

Minimum $38,000 ANNUAL (12 months).

APPLICATION PROCESS:
To apply for this position you will need to upload a cover letter, resume and contact information for at least three professional references, including your current supervisor. References will not be contacted without advance notice.

Your cover letter should address your qualifications as they pertain to the minimum number of years and type of relevant work experience listed above.

For questions on the position, contact: Matthew Wyndham, 608-265-8665, mwyndham@ssc.wisc.edu, and click here for the full job description.

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