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Sep 4 / BARD CEP

Job Openings with the National Young Farmers Coalition

Investments and Partnerships Director – Application Deadline: September 5th, 2014

The Investments and Partnerships Director is critical to NYFC’s success.  This position will serve as a spokesperson and ambassador for the organization.  S/he is primarily responsible for establishing and maintaining relationships with a portfolio of community leaders and individuals who are prospective partners and investors in our work.   S/he will cultivate these relationships and take a lead role among a team of talented professionals to solicit their investment of time, talent and financial support in NYFC’s mission. Full job description and application instructions.

Operations Manager (Part-time) – Application Deadline: September 8th, 2014

The Operations Manager will play an essential role in this trajectory by tracking progress on strategic goals, tackling administrative and financial filing, and helping to ensure that NYFC is efficiently run and an inspiring place to work. Full job description and application instructions.


More information here:

Aug 26 / BARD CEP

Staff-Level Economist- Silver Spring, MD

Organization: I.M. Systems Group, Inc.

Position Title: Valuation Economist

Location: Silver Spring, MD

Hours and Compensation: Not listed

Application Deadline: Not listed


Job Description:

The NOAA / Office of Program Planning and Integration is looking for a senior staff-level economist to represent climate/weather/observational portfolio to carry out valuations of the NOAA’s products and services; aimed at ensuring maximum return on NOAA’s investments.

The position is available through IMSG and is posted here:

Aug 17 / BARD CEP

Program Assistant- Washington DC

Organization: NRDC

Position Title: Program Assistant

Location: Washington DC

Hours and Compensation: full time

Application Deadline: not listed


Organization Overview

The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) is the nation’s most effective environmental action organization. We use law, science and the support of 1.3 million members and online activists to protect the planet’s wildlife and wild places and to ensure a safe and healthy environment for all living things. NRDC was founded in 1970 and our staff helped write some of America’s bedrock environmental laws, including the Clean Water Act, and many of the implementing regulations; our water enforcement cases played a major role shaping current water policy throughout the country. Today, our staff of more than 430 lawyers, scientists, economists, policy and communications experts, and others, work out of offices in New York, Washington, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Livingston, Montana and Beijing.


NRDC seeks a Program Assistant to work in its Washington, D.C. office located at 1152 15th Street, NW, Suite 300. The Program Assistant will provide administrative support in the International program for its climate policy and Canada projects. The successful candidate must have good communication and problem solving skills and be able to handle administrative tasks such as: management of budgets, contracts and processing expenses, formatting and proofreading documents, photocopying, coordinating and booking travel, scheduling meetings, coordinating meetings and events, and researching and preparing materials.



  • Coordinates staff schedules and sets up meetings
  • Coordinates and books travel
  • Processes and tracks invoices, contracts, grants, and budgets
  • Coordinates with finance, development, IT and other support departments to ensure smooth running of program work
  • Copies, scans and distributes documents
  • Proofreads and edits correspondence and various documents including fact sheets and fundraising reports and proposals
  • Researches and writes background information for projects
  • Support Program Director who overseas entire International program


  • Assists with media and other communication outreach and maintains press database
  • Takes notes at meetings for team
  • Helps plan logistics for special events
  • Provides research support for corporate, technical, legal and other projects around tar sands issues as well as other Canada project priorities including clean energy opportunities
  • Maintains and updates Congressional and Administrative contact database
  • Helps provide outreach to policy makers

(Supporting International Program Director, Climate Policy, and Global Strategy)

  • Supports Program Director in a range of needs including scheduling, logistical planning, event support, notetaking
  • Takes notes at meetings for team
  • Helps plan logistics for special events
  • Provides research support on international climate change and other global issues.
  • Supports development of blogs, fact sheets, issue papers, and other written material
  • Helps provide outreach to policy makers
  • Blogs on international climate policy issues and topics


  • Bachelor’s required
  • Previous administrative experience a plus
  • Must have excellent written and verbal communications skills
  • Must have strong interpersonal skills and be detail oriented
  • Must have a demonstrated interest in environmental issues
  • Must have the ability to work in a fast-paced environment with demonstrated ability to handle multiple tasks
  • Must have the ability to work well under pressure
  • Must possess a high degree of proficiency with Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, and Outlook, Microsoft Access a plus

NRDC is committed to workplace diversity and inclusion. We are equal opportunity employers and do not discriminate in hiring or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, age, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law. We offer competitive salaries, excellent benefits, and a pleasant working environment. Salary is based on a nonprofit scale and commensurate with experience.

How to Apply

To apply, please visit our website at, create a profile and upload your resume and cover letter. Please no phone calls, emails, faxes or in-person resume drop-offs. Please reference where you saw this posting. NRDC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

If you are having technical difficulty while applying, please reach out to Customer Care by dialing 1-866-927-2472#.

For further information about NRDC, please


Aug 12 / BARD CEP

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) Positions

 Six new open positions on the NEIWPCC website:

Environmental Analyst (14-NYS-SR-001) Stony Brook, NY

Assistant Information Officer (14-NYS-SR-003) Stony Brook, NY 

Environmental Analyst – Biologist (14-NYS-SR-005) Stony Brook, NY 

Environmental Program Specialist (14-NYS-SR-006) Stony Brook, NY 

Environmental Engineer I (14-NYS-SR-009) Long Island City, NY 

Environmental Analyst – Biologist/Ecology (14-NYS-SR-012) Long Island City, NY


For more information visit:



Jul 29 / BARD CEP

Cottage for Rent in Rhinecliff

Cottage in Rhinecliff.

Cozy, newly renovated split level barn style. Downstairs kitchen and living area, upstairs bedroom and bathroom. Each floor approx. 300 sq ft. Private parking space, adjacent to The Rhinecliff Hotel and Amtrak Station.Rent $750 per month plus utilities and heat (electric). Can be rented furnished for an additional fee.

Available Aug 6th. Call Dave at 917 797 8331.

Jul 28 / BARD CEP

Room for Rent in Rhinebeck

Located about 12 miles south on Route 9 from Bard College, a furnished spacious basement room with private bath and limited kitchenette is available to a non-smoking graduate student or staff for $ 1900 for the full fall semester, which includes utilities, Wifi, TV, and use of the washer/dryer. Entrance is private, but the landlady must be allowed access to the washer/dryer. The sitting room/bedroom has a 4’x4′ window facing south and the bathroom has a small window facing north. Rhinebeck is not on the Bard shuttle route, but there have always been other BCEP students living in Rhinebeck to share transportation, and there is a Dutchess County Loop bus with a stop close by.

If interested, either or call 1-845-876-2781.

Jul 16 / BARD CEP

Housing Opportunity: Tivoli Garden

For rent beginning September 1 – $850 per month . (one year lease) 
Tivoli Garden one-bedroom condominium. This 562 square foot apt. is super clean and well cared for. 

It has the following features: 

   * Central A/C 
   * A detached one-car garage with storage 
   * A deck off the bedroom 
   * South facing living room windows (tons of light – even in winter) 
   * Beautiful new hardwood floors 
   * New stainless-steel refrigerator and dishwasher 
   * Washer and Dryer 
   * Good closet space 
   * Nicely painted (no drab off-white) 
   * ½ mile from the charming village of Tivoli 
   * 4 miles north of Bard College 
   * 1 mile from the Hudson River 
   * A landlord who cares about his property and fixes things when needed 
   * Non-smokers and no pets only 
   * Tenant will be dealing directly with landlord, no rental fees, realtors, middle-men 
   * Landlord pays water bill; tenant responsible for electricity and cable only (no gas) 

This property is in a quiet condominium complex. This rental is suitable for those looking for a nice, quiet place to live. I respect the neighbors and you should also. 
I will be showing the apt. in late July/ early August. 

Contact Michael for an appointment 

Jul 7 / BARD CEP

Hudsonia Workshop: Conservation of Urban Biodiversity

On Friday, July 25, Hudsonia will be hosting a day long workshop entitled “Conservation of Urban Biodiversity” at Rutgers University (Newark Campus).  This event is free for students to attend (preregistration necessary)!

For more information contact:

Erik Kiviat, PhD, Executive Director, Hudsonia Ltd.
P.O. Box 5000 / 30 Campus Road, Annandale NY 12504 USA; 
tel. 845-758-7273, fax 845-758-7033;

See attached flyer:

Prof workshop urban biodiversity 2014 flyer final 3-july

Jul 7 / BARD CEP

Housing Opportunity in Clermont, NY

Spacious (upstairs) apartment available in colonial house located in Clermont, NY (10-15 mins. from Bard Campus)
  •  2 bedroom/2 bath.
  • $1200./mo includes heat.
  • Contact Mrs. Maus  518-537-6480.
  • Available mid August.
Jul 7 / BARD CEP

Apartment Rental Available

1100 sq. ft. apartment 4 mins from Bard:

  • 2 bedroom,
  • kitchen/dining room/living room area
  • Full bath
  • Garage
  • Patio,
  • Washer/dryer,
  • Central air,
  • Partially furnished
  • Quiet-surrounded by big trees
  • $1250 including utilities
  • Having a car helps

Available Aug 10th -showing after Aug 1.

Contact Joan Tower for more information:

Jul 1 / BARD CEP

Housing Opportunity in Elizaville

One bedroom house for rent in Elizaville

  • Quiet country setting
  • Nice yard with a stream and shed
  • Radiant floor heating with a new on demand propane hot water heater
  • Cathedral wood ceiling, a large second floor deck overlooking stream
  • New front porch with roof
  • Rent is $900/month plus utilities
  • Available mid july or august 1st
  • Contact Ken Barret at 845-853-4059


Jun 30 / BARD CEP

Housing Opportunity for Bard CEP Students

3-5 Bedroom/3 Bathroom House available for 10 month or full year lease in Elizaville, NY. 

  • 2,600 per month
  • maintenance and utility costs included
  • 1.54 acres
  • private drive w/ landscaped courtyard and water fountain
  • living room w/ fireplace, kitchen, dining area, oversized deck, partially finished walkout basement (perfect for a craft room, media room, or workshop)
  • lake access and close proximity to Taghkanic State Park, Rhinebeck, and Redhook

Contact Michael Potamousis at for more information if interested.

Jun 27 / BARD CEP

Housing Opportunity

One bedroom apartment for rent two miles from Bard

  • Includes spacious bedroom, bathroom, living room, and kitchen.
  • Attached to family home with private entrance.
  • Internet and Cable included.
  • Very accommodating and sweet landlords.
  • Asking price is $600 plus heat and electric.

For any interest or questions please be in touch with Yonah Greenstein: 516-426-1175 or Diane Dalton: 845-901-4435

Jun 10 / BARD CEP

Fall 2014 Rental

Fall Rental available for non-smoking graduate student. Provided is a spacious basement room with annex bathroom and limited kitchenette in Rhinebeck, NY, which is about 12 miles south of Bard and is not on the Bard shuttle routes. It has a private entrance, but must allow landlady access to use the shared washer/dryer. Cost is $ 1900 for the semester including utilities, which include wifi and TV. If interested, e-mail or call 1-845-876-2781.



Apr 29 / BARD CEP

International Climate and Energy Intern-Washington, DC

Organization: National Wildlife Federation Headquarters

Position Title: International Climate and Energy Intern

Location: Washington, DC

Hours and Compensation: Temporary, $10/ hour

Application Deadline: Not listed


Internship Description:

National Wildlife Federation is looking for a highly motivated individual to fill a full-time, paid internship to support its International Climate and Energy team. ICE promotes reduction of greenhouse gas emissions through the sustainable production and use of biofuels and biomaterials, and market-based initiatives that address large-scale commodity agriculture as a driver of tropical deforestation. This is a fast-paced, demanding internship that requires dealing with many interlinked activities, often across different time zones, and grasping complex issues subject to rapid change.

The ICE intern will undertake a number of research, advocacy and administrative tasks in support of the Senior Adviser and the international team, and may be expected to represent the program under a variety of circumstances. Therefore, excellent interpersonal and communications skills are a definite plus.


  • BA/BS degree in international relations/political science, international development, natural resources management, or a relevant field.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English
  • Strong research and editing skills
  • Strong organizational skills and keen attention to detail
  • Proven ability to multitask with competing priorities
  • Proficiency in MS Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • Demonstrated commitment to environmental advocacy a plus

Professional language proficiency in Spanish, Portuguese, and/or Chinese preferred.

This position offers $10/hour plus core benefits. Must be available to work a minimum of 24 (maximum of 48) weeks at 40 hours per week.

National Wildlife Federation is America’s largest conservation organization, passionate about protecting wildlife for our children’s future. NWF is an equal opportunity employer committed to workplace diversity.

How to apply:

Interested candidates should apply online via

Apr 29 / BARD CEP

Federal Affairs Intern-Washington, DC.

Organization: Wildlife Conservation Society (DC Office)

Position Title: Federal Affairs Intern

Location: Washington, DC.

Hours and Compensation: 24 hours/ week. Unpaid

Application Deadline: Not listed.


Internship Description:

The Washington, D.C. Office of the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) seeks motivated, enthusiastic, and detail-oriented Federal Affairs interns for the summer term (May through August). These interns will have the opportunity to help shape policy that will protect wildlife and natural resources on a global scale, and learn about the legislative process first-hand.

The components of this internship will include the following:

  • Track developments in Congress and relevant Federal Agencies related to natural resources, foreign policy and climate change
  • Research and analyze federal funding allocations to programs addressing natural resources, foreign policy and climate change
  • Attend briefings and hearings on Capitol Hill

The ideal candidate for this internship should be a current Master’s degree student with a concentration in political affairs, foreign policy, climate change, natural resources policy or a law student with a strong interest/background in legislation and policy. Advanced undergraduate students will also be considered.

Additional qualifications for an ideal candidate include:

  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Interest/background in wildlife conservation, foreign policy, climate change, and other federal legislative issues
  • Willingness to take initiative, and the ability to collaborate effectively as a member of a team
  • Commitment of 25 hours/week

This internship is unpaid but there is a travel stipend. Academic credit is provided, if applicable.

How to apply:

For full consideration of your application for this internship, please submit a cover letter, resume and brief writing sample. Please include in your cover letter your interest in this internship and your availability.

Send your application via e-mail to: Specify “DC Federal Affairs Intern” in the subject of your email.

Apr 29 / BARD CEP

Research Assistant, Forests & Livelihood Portfolio-Indonesia

Organization: Center for International Forestry Research

Position Title: Research Assistant

Location: Indonesia

Hours and Compensation: Not listed

Application Deadline: 30 April 2014


Job Description:

The Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)is a nonprofit, global research organization dedicated to advancing human well-being, environmental conservation and equity.

We conduct research that enables more informed and equitable decision making about the use and management of tropical and sub-tropical forest landscapes. We help policy makers and practitioners shape effective policy, improve the management of tropical forests and address the needs and perspectives of people who depend on forests for their livelihoods. Our multidisciplinary approach considers the underlying drivers of deforestation and degradation which often lie outside the forestry sector: forces such as agriculture, infrastructure development, trade and investment policies and law enforcement.

CIFOR is looking for a

Research Assistant: Global Comparative Study on REDD+ Module 2

CIFOR’s research on Forests and Livelihoods is one of three research portfolios. The portfolio focuses on building understanding of how improved policies and practices, related to the management and use of forests and forested landscapes, can enhance the livelihoods of all people, particularly the poor and disadvantaged. This research team brings together a range of social science disciplines including economics, anthropology, sociology, social geography, and collaborates with scientists and projects in other disciplines. It is conducted within the context of CGIAR Research Programs on Forests, Trees and Agroforestry (CRP6) and Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CRP7). The Research Assistant will work under the supervision of the Senior Research Officer in providing data support for the preparation of upcoming Global Comparative Study on REDD+ Module 2 publications.

Summary of responsibilities
The Research Assistant will assist the Senior Research Officer of Global Comparative Study (GCS) on REDD+, Module 2 on Subnational Initiatives, in managing the Survey of Project Implementation (SPI) database of 23 sub-national REDD+ initiatives. The primary role of the position is to maintain the database, extract data needed for analysis and assist in preparation of publications.

1. Maintain the SPI Database

  • Maintain and update the Survey of Project Implementation (SPI) database.
  • Check and clean data related to SPI in collaboration with country teams.
  • Maintain communication with other team members, in particular country teams and field research supervisors, in updating the latest data on SPI.

2. Process and provide data required for the analysis and preparation of GCS REDD+ M2 Publications

  • Extract and process data from the SPI database.
  • Prepare data, graphs and charts for report writing and publications.
  • Assist in reporting (e.g., minutes of meetings, translations).
  • Other duties as required by the project.

Education, knowledge and experience

  • Bachelor Degree (S1) from any major. A degree in statistics, economics, forestry or science is preferred.
  • Good command of English is required.
  • Experience is not required.
  • Skills set: Quantitative research, statistics, MS Excel, data processing and analysis. Familiarity with MS Access is preferred but not necessary.
  • Familiarity with forests and climate change/REDD+ is helpful but not required.

Personal Attributes and Competencies

  • Competent in personal organization and priority setting, with the ability to work effectively under time pressure and manage multiple priorities.
  • Demonstrates initiative, capable of working independently and as an effective team player.
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to effectively interact with people in a multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural environment.

We are looking for people who share our mission and our commitment to professionalism, innovation, impact and collaboration.

Terms and Conditions

  • This is a nationally recruited position. CIFOR offers a competitive remuneration commensurate with skills and experience.
  • The contract is for 8 (eight) months with the position based in Bogor, Indonesia.

How to apply

Application process

  • The application deadline is 30 April 2014
  • We will acknowledge all applications, but will contact only short-listed candidates.

To apply, please visit our carrer site at

To learn more about CIFOR, please visit our website at

CIFOR is an equal opportunity employer. Staff diversity contributes to excellence.

Apr 29 / BARD CEP

Harvest Internship- Forest Ranch, CA

Organization: Sierra Cascade Blueberry Farm

Position Title: Harvest Internship

Location: Forest Ranch, CA

Hours and Compensation: Not listed.

Application Deadline: Not listed.


Internship Description:

We are looking for an energetic harvest intern to work on our certified organic blueberry farm and at some farmer’s markets during the 2014 harvest season (May-August). Do you have an interest in working on an established certified organic farm, in a beautiful part of California surrounded by miles of forests? The season is short, the hours are long, the days are hot, but the nearby crystal clear creeks help wash the dust off, and housing may be provided. We are currently taking applications (resume + letter of interest) for paid internships for the 2014 season; this position involves co-managing the harvest crew, oversight of packing crew, quality control and logistics. We are seeking a 6-8 week commitment for the duration of the harvest season; typical work days are 5:30 am to late afternoon, 5-6 days a week for the harvest. A valid drivers license is beneficial, no children or pets. The farm is remotely located, and limited transportation to town is provided.

To apply:


Apr 29 / BARD CEP

Climate & Digital Media Intern 2014-2015 (telecommuting)-Washington, DC

Organization: Climate Interactive

Position Title: Climate & Digital Media Intern 2014-2015

Location: Washington, DC

Hours and Compensation: Not listed

Application Deadline: Not listed


Internship Description:


Climate Interactive seeks a self-motivated intern to join our talented team in developing ways for people to understand how to address climate and sustainability challenges worldwide. This internship will offer the right individual an exceptional opportunity to gain experience as they work within a small organization that has a global reach and impact. The intern will assist with many aspects of our operations, from research and administration to media and communications. Climate Interactive does not have a physical office, so this is a telecommuting position. The internship is 30 hours per week for up to 12 months. Compensation will be $14/hour. The intern is responsible for providing all computer equipment and software necessary for the position.

Responsibilities are listed below. The top three characteristics required are 1) self-motivation and ability to telecommute effectively, 2) writing and communication skills, including web and social media skills, and 3) productivity and attention to detail with administrative tasks.

Key responsibilities of this position include:

Administration (40%):
• Entering data and analyzing spreadsheets
• Organizing staff travel – researching hotels and flights
• Completing miscellaneous computer tasks and responding to short term needs for help from staff
• Creating, organizing and reviewing expense reports

Communications & Media (50%):
• Maintaining and updating website, blog, and social media
• Developing and writing content for online communications and electronic newsletters
• Creating and editing video and images
• Responding to email inquiries from external partners
• Creating user accounts and managing contact database

Research (10%):
• Gathering relevant information on climate and energy policies and impacts to serve Climate Interactive projects on clean energy and climate resilience

Qualifications, skills, & core competencies:

• Highly self-motivated, responsible, and independent
• Recent graduate seeking experience in the climate, sustainability, or energy sector
• Available to telecommute during Eastern time business hours
• Excellent writing and editing skills with a strong attention to detail
• Well-organized, self-motivated, and able to manage deadlines
• Team player willing to perform a variety of tasks
• Exceptional computer skills
• Proficient in website maintenance (HTML & CSS), blogging, and social media
• Experience with video and image editing
• Able to quickly master new technology systems
• Interest in climate, sustainability, and energy issues
• Experience in system dynamics, systems thinking, and organizational learning would be a plus

This position offers the chance to contribute significantly to the mission of the organization. Please visit Climate Interactive’s website to familiarize yourself with our work before applying.

Hiring process:

Applicants should fill out an application. Please note that we appreciate your interest in the position, though due to the volume of applications can not respond to all individually. Please do not submit any other materials or contact Climate Interactive staff.

Climate Interactive is a project of New Venture Fund, which is an equal opportunity employer. We strongly encourage and seek applications from women, people of color, and bilingual and bicultural individuals, as well as members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities. Applicants shall not be discriminated against because of race, religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, disability, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, color, marital status, or medical condition including acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) and AIDS-related conditions.

Click here to apply – Please mention that you saw the job on Orion Grassroots Network



Apr 29 / BARD CEP

Forest Ecologist-New York

Organization: Prospect Park Alliance, Inc

Position Title: Forest Ecologist

Location: New York

Hours and Compensation:  Not listed

Application Deadline:  Not listed


Job Description:

The Prospect Park Alliance, working in partnership with City of New York and the community, restores, develops, and operates Prospect Park for the enjoyment of all by caring for the natural environment, preserving historic design, and serving the public through facilities and programs. Prospect Park is Brooklyn’s 585-acre historic flagship park, designed by the famed Olmsted and Vaux. It is the home of Brooklyn’s only lake and forest, with nature trails, numerous recreational activities, public educational programs, volunteer opportunities, the first urban Audubon Center and the new Lakeside Center, featuring ice and roller skating, a water playground, and restored lake views.


The Prospect Park Alliance is currently seeking a Forest Ecologist.  Reporting to the Director of Arboriculture and Natural Resources, the Forest Ecologist implements and carries out ecological restoration projects, scientific monitoring to assess the success of the Park’s long term restorations and other research topics, and works as a member of the Natural Resources Crew to carry out additional day to day tasks.  The Forest Ecologist also supports youth projects by hiring, overseeing, and working with a variety of interns, and by working on a limited basis with the Prospect Park Woodlands Youth Crew.



for the Forest Ecologist include but are not limited to the following physical tasks: invasive plant removal by mechanical and chemical means, safe operation of a range of equipment from hand tools, through chainsaws and weedwhackers, all the way up to a large woodchipper, installation of fencing and/or erosion control measures, garbage and snow removal, and tree and shrub planting.  The Forest Ecologist also plays a key role in documenting ecological restoration work including ordering plants, collecting data, writing and reporting on data and on other activities relating to natural resources, making suggestions to guide the direction of the research and ecological restoration program, and attending regional meetings.


Qualifications for the Forest Ecologist include:

  • BS or higher in Biology, Ecology, Forestry, Natural Resource Management, Fisheries or related field from an accredited university or three year’s field experience in any of the areas of Biology, Ecology, Forestry, or Natural Resource Management.
  • NYS DEC Pesticide Applicator’s License, or able to obtain one within 6 months.
  • NYS Driver’s License in good standing.
  • Excellent verbal communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work independently and also as part of a team


How to apply:

Please send resume and cover letter to

The ideal candidate for the Forest Ecologist has proficiency in Microsoft Office, GIS experience, and experience working with the public.

The Forest Ecologist is a full-time position eligible for benefits including a tax-deferred 403(b) plan. The annual salary for this position is $36,000.

Prospect Park Alliance is an equal opportunity employer. No phone calls, please. Although we appreciate your interest, we will only contact applicants we are considering for interview.