University of Wyoming - Athletics
Responsible for assisting the Head Women’s and Men’s Golf Coaches in the management and administration of all phases of a successful Division I intercollegiate men’s and women’s golf programs.
Duties and Responsibilities
Assists with the athletic education/instruction, development/training, and evaluation of student-athletes in addition to the day-to-day practice organization and implementation.
Assists with coaching responsibilities during athletically related activities (e.g., practices, competitions, etc.).
Assists with the search/recruitment of quality prospective student-athletes.
Works with Head Coach to establish and communicate team rules and regulations regarding, but not limited to, academic, athletic and social expectations/guidelines.
Works closely with the Office of Academic Support (OAS) to ensure student-athletes progress towards graduation.
Works closely with Sports Medicine staff and team physicians to ensure the safety and health of student-athletes.
Works closely with Sports Performance staff to develop a comprehensive sports performance program.
Assists the Head Coaches with media and public relations matters including, but not limited, social media, fulfilling speaking engagements, attending community events and participating in television and radio interviews and new conferences.
Assists the Head Coach with fundraising-related matters including, but not limited, attending Cowboy Joe Club events/functions, meeting with donors and working with the Cowboy Joe Club Director/Director of Athletics to cultivate potential donors.
Maintains a thorough knowledge of and adheres to all applicable University, conference and NCAA rules and regulations.
Assists coordination of five host NCAA Division 1 Collegiate tournaments off site.
Average up to 90 days a year of travel including recruiting off site and assistant coaching the men’s and women’s student-athletes during team competitions.
Assists with alumni development and outreach.
Assists with other duties/projects as assigned/directed.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree
History playing collegiate golf, preferably at the NCAA Division 1 level
Teaching and/or coaching golf experience
Professional/high level amateur playing experience
Effective oral, written and interpersonal communications skills
Time management/professional organizational skills
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Piedmont Environmental Council
Preservation Outreach Representative - Southwest Mountains Rural Historic District
Geographic Focus: Albemarle County
Office Location: Home Office/Charlottesville Office
Supervisor: Historic Preservation Coordinator
Job Classification: Part-Time, Temporary – estimated 25 hours per week
The Piedmont Environmental Council (PEC) is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization that has proudly promoted and protected the natural resources, rural economy, history and beauty of the Virginia Piedmont since 1972. PEC empowers residents to protect what makes the Piedmont a wonderful place, and works with citizens to conserve land, protect air and water quality, celebrate historic resources, build smart transportation networks, promote sustainable energy choices, restore wildlife habitat and improve people’s access to nature.
PEC is planning to document, through deed research and mapping, several historically African-American communities in and around the Southwest Mountains area of Albemarle County. This work is part of a larger project to update and revise the existing Southwest Mountains Rural Historic District, listed on the Virginia Landmarks Register in 1987 and National Register of Historic Places in 1991, to more fully and accurately incorporate the African-American experience and recognize associated resources in the district.
DESCRIPTION OF POSITION
This position is a part time, temporary position that will last through 2023. It is estimated that this person will work between 25 - 29 hours per week.
The bulk of the project will entail outreach to local churches, community groups and institutions, landowners and descendants of families that once lived in the area to informally share research on the history of Boyden, Bunker Hill, Campbell, Clarks Tract, Cobham, Lindsay, and Scuffletown, historically African-American communities within the Southwest Mountains area. Previously completed deed research and mapping will be used as an aide to collect additional histories and information, eventually building a story about the history of these communities. The employee will organize calls, virtual and in-person meetings with landowners, community organizations and other interested parties to build relationships between PEC and the greater Southwest Mountains community. The remainder of the work will entail working with the Historic Preservation Coordinator to identify and document extant historic sites in these communities and organize site visits when possible. That information will also be used to identify and document extant historic resources and sites in those communities, ultimately culminating in Preliminary Information Forms to determine whether those communities may be eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places.
AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY
The interns will report to Historic Preservation Coordinator and be responsible for the duties outlined below:
Developing a list of landowners, community members and community groups and organizations that should be included in this overall project
Building relationships with interested parties in the district through calls, virtual meetings and/or in-person meetings and retaining a record of all outreach activities
Organizing a public/virtual meeting to share project with community
Working with the Historic Preservation Coordinator to build a list of extant historic sites in the seven identified African-American communities in the Southwest Mountains
Reaching out to landowners within the identified communities to organize potential site visits, where possible
Documenting extant historic resources where possible
Bachelor’s degree required. Graduate degree preferred in the field of history, historic preservation, archaeology, or a related field.
Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation required.
Comfortable using Microsoft Office and Google Drive applications
$22.00 per hour
As a part-time, temporary position, there is no eligibility for fringe benefits other than Workers’ Compensation and participation in our 403b retirement plan (based on the fact that it is anticipated that this person will work more than 1,000 per year).
PEC’s 403b retirement plan allows an employee to contribute to the plan - either on a pre-tax basis or to a Roth plan - from the start of employment. PEC contributes on behalf of the employee starting on the first payroll of the month following the employee’s one year work anniversary date. PEC then automatically contributes 3% to the plan and will match up to an additional 3%.
Interested applicants should email a cover letter, resume, and a work sample to include past historic preservation - related projects to firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Piedmont Environmental Council is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, train compensate, and promote regardless of race, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity (including gender nonconformity and status as a transgender individual), age, physical or mental disability, citizenship, genetic information, past, current, or prospective service in the uniformed services, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state, or local law.
We recognize that people come with a wealth of experience and talent beyond just the technical requirements of a job, therefore our job descriptions are guidelines, not hard and fast rules. Your experience, which may include paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work, helps build the competencies and knowledge of our organization. Diversity of experience and skills, combined with passion, is key to our organizational identity.
If selected for this position, a background check will be conducted upon your acceptance.
Are you a great writer and creative thinker looking to use your skills to help make a difference in protecting and restoring the abundance of the world’s oceans? Oceana is seeking an Editor to join its Global Marketing and Communications team. Come join a dedicated group of professionals who are working to protect marine wildlife while also enhancing the capacity of the oceans to feed a growing population. Ocean conservation is not only critical to reducing the impacts of climate change but also to saving the livelihoods of fishers, their families, and their communities.
The Editor is responsible for creating Oceana’s tri-annual magazine and annual report and overseeing all content for Oceana’s international blog. These are critical mediums that enhance Oceana’s brand, support fundraising efforts, and educate a wide audience about Oceana’s campaigns and success in securing policy victories for our oceans.
This position requires a strong writer and communicator, who is detail-oriented, team-oriented, organized, interested in conservation issues, and has a knack for familiarizing scientific concepts to broad audiences. Candidates should also possess strong multi-tasking skills and be able to set, maintain, and meet strict deadlines.
Strong candidates for this position will have a bachelor’s degree in journalism, communications, or related field, and at least four years of professional writing experience. The Editor reports to Oceana’s Senior Manager of International Communications and is a member of the Global Marketing and Communications department. This position is based in Washington, D.C.
Requirements for application:
3 writing samples
Founded in 2001, Oceana is the largest international advocacy organization dedicated solely to ocean conservation. Oceana is working to restore the resilience, diversity, and abundance of marine ecosystems to ensure that our oceans are a significant source of wild-caught fish that can help feed the world.
We achieve measurable change by conducting specific, science-based campaigns with fixed deadlines and articulated goals. Our campaigns extend to countries that, combined, govern nearly one-third of the world’s wild-caught fish, including Belize, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Mexico, Peru, the Philippines, the United Kingdom, the United States, and the European Union.
Oceana values a diverse workforce and welcomes people different from each other in many ways, including characteristics such as race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, and national origin. Oceana considers all qualified candidates and seeks to recruit from a diverse candidate pool.
Note: Oceana requires all employees to provide proof of vaccination against Covid. Accommodation for new hires who have disabilities that make the vaccine medically inadvisable or those who have a sincere religious belief that the vaccine is impermissible may contact email@example.com. Accommodation will be provided only as required by applicable law.
Beginning June 1, 2022, Oceana’s US offices will be open on a hybrid schedule. This schedule is mandatory and staff are required to work from their assigned office on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. With agreement between the employee and their supervisor, the employee may work from home Monday and Friday.
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Federal Transit Administration
This position is located in the Office of Administration (TAD), Office of Management Planning and works under the general supervision of the Deputy Associate Administrator for Administration. The Office of Management Planning is responsible for the delivery of a broad array of agency-wide mission support services for the FTA including Facilities, FOIA, Policy Management, Paperwork Reduction Act, Sustainability Program, TAD Strategic Planning and TAD Customer Service Delivery Program.
Serves as the Director of the Office of Management Planning.
Administers a program of management and administrative services and activities to reflect management policies and practices while supervising essential logistical services to FTA
Plans work to be accomplished by subordinates, sets and adjusts priorities, and prepares schedules for completion of work.
Analyzes and maintains annual and out-year budget estimates and expenditures for rent and security costs for the agency’s HQ’s location 10 Regional Offices as well as any tax escalation projections.
Serves as FTA’s point of contact for the Departmental Sustainability Program and preparing FTA Annual submission to DOT Sustainability Report and Occupational Safety.
Coordinates ongoing communication of sustainability initiatives within staff meetings, continuing education and other departmental initiatives.
Provides management and oversight over the maintenance and acquisition of all FTA facilities, office space, occupational safety, personal property and equipment.
Oversees the implementation and maintenance of the Customer Service Portal (CSP), which is an automated online tool that provides customer with a searchable knowledge base along with a request ticketing function that tracks all TAD customer related activities.
Develops, modifies and maintains the TAD Strategic Plan, to align with FTA and DOT Strategic Goals, as well as to drive TAD goals for customer service and organizational excellence.