Join Our Team
|Buzzards Bay Coalition staff and board at the Buzzards Bay Center (Image: John Robson)
The Buzzards Bay Coalition's work is carried out by a talented group of conservation professionals. Learn about our available career opportunities and help us carry out our critical mission to restore clean water, protect watershed lands, and engage the community.
Commonwealth Corps Environmental Educators
The Coalition seeks two Commonwealth Corps members to be a core part of our Community Engagement team with an overall goal of engaging the community in active and on-going stewardship of the Bay and watershed. Specifically, members will serve with our youth and family education initiatives which seek to strengthen the ethic of environmental stewardship in the region while also improving academic achievement in the classroom through increased school engagement.
The mission of the Commonwealth Corps is to engage Massachusetts residents of all ages and backgrounds in service to strengthen communities, address unmet community needs, and increase volunteerism. Commonwealth Corps members with the Buzzards Bay Coalition will serve 10.5 months (August 13, 2015-June 25, 2016) in a full-time capacity. What they have in common is a desire to put their talents and ideas to use in the service of their communities and the Commonwealth.
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MassLIFT-AmeriCorps Service Members
Land Stewardship Coordinator
The Buzzards Bay Coalition seeks an enthusiastic and well-qualified individual to serve with us as a Land Stewardship Coordinator through the MassLIFT-AmeriCorps program. MassLIFT Land Stewardship Coordinators help communities improve their stewardship of conservation lands by building the capacity of regional land trusts and partnered organizations to: 1) develop community outreach and volunteer programs for conservation properties; 2) improve existing conservation properties to better serve public access, recreational, habitat or nature educational goals; and 3) improve the long term land stewardship practices of conservation organizations, volunteer land trusts, and town boards. Download a full position description.
Community Engagement Coordinator
The Buzzards Bay Coalition, in partnership with the Wareham Land Trust, seeks an enthusiastic and well-qualified individual to serve with us as a Community Engagement Coordinator through the MassLIFT-AmeriCorps program. MassLIFT Community Engagement Coordinators (CECs) help communities enhance and expand public support for land conservation by building the capacity of regional land trusts and partnered organizations to: 1) reach new audiences and establish new conservation partnerships; 2) offer programs that bring people outdoors to learn about and appreciate nature and the land; and 3) secure the resources and volunteers that they need for improving their conservation properties to better serve community recreation or nature education goals. Download a full position description.
The 2015 MassLIFT program will run from September 8, 2015 through August 5, 2016. To apply and learn more about these positions, visit the MassLIFT-AmeriCorps program.