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  • January 21, 2021 2:05 PM | Anonymous

    Organization: Green Acres


    Greenacres Foundation (GAF):  

    GAF is a highly motivated service organization focused on using the assets of Greenacres to provide custom-designed hands-on active learning opportunities for children of all ages. All opportunities are customized to the needs of the visiting group which primarily consist of local school groups from K to 8. All school-based programs are tied to the national and/or state standards so that they contribute to the success of the classroom teacher.  

    In 1988 we focused on Environment Education, had one employee, and provided hands-on programs about riparian zones for 60 children.  In 2019 we provided programs based on the environment, generative agriculture, equine, and classical arts to over 32,000 visitors.  Our programs are of the highest quality. They should be. Quality Quality Quality (QQQ) is a core value.  

    Our dedication to our values: Grace, Good Neighbor Policy, and Green cannot be overstated. Our employees strive to be the best of the best and flourish in a team environment where outcomes are the result of teamwork. Greenacres is not just a place to work – it is a career, a lifestyle, and a place to exude passion for the Mission and Vision of our Founders – Louis and Louise Nippert.  We are here to serve the community and change the lives of children.  


    We employ the most curious and brilliant people.  Our ideal candidate will be passionate about the Mission of Greenacres and our values. The Greenacres Agriculture Department is offering an Agriculture internship program for the 2021 season. This is a paid internship and is available from May 1st until November 30th. The Agriculture department consists of collaborative garden, greenhouse, livestock production, and education teams. The 2021 intern class will be working alongside the Greenacres Farm team to provide assistance in all areas of farm production. Overall interest in organic agriculture and livestock is preferred. In addition to job duties, interns will be required to complete an independent project during their internship at Greenacres.  Project ideas will be developed with guidance from their supervisor.  This position would be onsite at Greenacres and would be someone who understands our value of Quality, Quality, Quality. If you are looking to jump-start your career in Agriculture this will be the position for you!


    • Able to work independently or with a team.
    • The ability and willingness to operate machinery.
    • Be able and willing to work under adverse weather conditions.
    • Interns must be prepared to work in a professional environment, complete tasks carefully and in a timely manner. Interns must be prompt, responsible and focused.
    • Compassion and patience with animal handling and husbandry.
    • Ability to work full time (40 hours per week) and additional overtime hours as needed.
    • Available to work a variety of hours, which may include early mornings, evenings, weekends and holidays.
    • Basic understanding of sales principles and customer service practices.
    • Research project completion and presentation.
    • Valid driver license and pass screening by Greenacres auto insurance carrier to drive Greenacres vehicles required.
    • Ability to lift and move equipment, materials and physically demanding duties that correspond with the position
    • Other duties as assigned.
    • Ability to successfully pass a post-offer pre-employment drug test and fingerprint FBI background screen.
    • Ability to internalize and reflect our values: QQQ, Grace, Green, and Good Neighbor Policy.

    Why Choose Us? 

    As a company, we invest in our employees in all aspects of their life. We understand that the health of yourself and families are very important; along with your time here at GAF.  All TEAM Members of GAF are a part of Greenacres and live the values that we promote for our visitors: Grace, Good Neighbor Policy, Green, and Quality Quality Quality.  Listed below you will find some of the benefits and perks if you choose to be a part of our team at Greenacres.

    • Market Competitive Salary
    • Fun & Engaging Culture
    • Ongoing training, education, and industry partnerships that allow you to be up to speed on the latest innovations, technologies and processes.

    Greenacres Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit, and business need.


  • January 21, 2021 1:58 PM | Anonymous

    Organization: Clermont Soil & Water Conservation District

    Reports To: District Administrator

    Status: Full-time, permanent

    Hours: 40 hours a week. Five 8-hour days with occasional weekend/evening events and meetings.

    Minimum Salary: Minimum starting salary of $17.00/hour

    Benefits: Comprehensive benefits package including single or family health insurance coverage, health savings account, dental insurance and basic life insurance.  Other benefits include a retirement plan through the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System, annual leave, sick leave and holiday pay.

    Job Summary

    This position is responsible for performing a variety of financial and administrative duties for the Clermont Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD), such as processing accounts payable, receivable and payroll, financial reporting and recordkeeping, and other administrative duties assigned. This person serves as the first point of contact for office visitors and general inquiries about District programs. The position is also responsible for coordinating activities for various SWCD community outreach and involvement programs. Excellent communication and customer service skills are required.

    Essential Job Responsibilities:

     Financial / Administrative

    Maintain proficiency in accounting system practices and Sage 50 and MUNIS accounting software programs. Maintain special and district accounts, as well as any grant or savings accounts.

    • Prepare district approved disbursements and revenues. Prepare checks and vouchers for approval at board meetings. Prepare and make deposits with the county or bank as necessary.
    • Prepare district payroll biweekly. Maintain staff leave database and staff personnel files. Submit payroll to County.
    • Prepare paperwork for monthly board meetings. Record and distribute meeting minutes.
    • Prepare annual and special reports, including the annual cash basis report.
    • Maintain the SWCD policies and procedures manual.
    • Provide clerical support and assist other staff in developing and maintaining district programs.

     Event Coordination

     Collaborate with SWCD staff to establish a presence in the community through events, materials, and programs

    • Coordinate annual District events, including the Conservation Plant Sale, Pond Management Clinic, Spring Litter Cleanup and the District’s Annual Meeting and Supervisor Election
    • Coordinate special district events, including educational workshops, field days and project tours
    • Promote District events and public outreach activities through electronic newsletters and social media outlets, including Constant Contact, Facebook and Twitter; maintain electronic mailing lists in Constant Contact.
    • Work closely with the Education Coordinator to develop community programs in line with the goals of environmental education

    Other Job Responsibilities:

    • Help maintain sections of the District web page
    • Provide field support to District staff and the Clermont County Office of Environmental Quality

    Education/Experience:  Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, Environmental Education, Agriculture, Accounting/Finance, or other field pertinent to the duties of this position; OR three years of directly related experience; OR any equivalent combination of experience, training, and/or education.

    Other Skills and Abilities:  Excellent communication and customer service skills a must. Knowledge of conservation issues as they apply to soil and water, and solid waste management and recycling issues a plus. Self-confident self-starter. Very well organized. Collaborative leadership style. Proficient in using word processing and spreadsheet software, and willing to learn new applications. A valid Ohio driver’s license is required. 

    To Apply: Please send a cover letter, resume / CV and three references by Friday, February 19, 2021 to John McManus, District Administrator, detailing experience relevant to position requirements listed above. Mail completed application to:


    Clermont Soil & Water Conservation District

    P.O. Box 549

    Owensville, OH 45160

    Or email ALL documents to

  • January 21, 2021 12:13 PM | Anonymous

    Organization: Melink


    Full Time Senior Management

    Milford, OH, US

    Job Description

    We are looking for a full-time General Manager to help take our company to the next level.  As a small-medium sized business in the emerging energy efficiency and renewable energy space, our goal is to grow sales 30% per year and become a national leader. The ideal candidate will have strong business development and strategic planning skills and work well in a fast-paced environment to lead the growth of the Intelli-Hood business unit. This person will have ultimate responsibility for the business unit and will report directly to the CEO.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Lead the strategic planning for the business unit, as well as making adjustments to various strategies as business conditions change
    • Responsibility for the Profit & Loss of the business unit
    • Prepare and manage the budget for the business unit
    • Oversee daily business operations, production, order fulfillment, and applications engineering 
    • Develop, lead, manage, and contribute to unique strategic initiatives (i.e., working on the business)
    • Meet with key customers and relevant stakeholders, such as vendors, subcontractors, and other strategic partners 
    • Coordinate with Marketing and Sales departments to determine go-to-market strategy, pricing, timing, sales promotions, and products to be sold
    • Work with operations and field teams to find ways to improve processes and manage and/or reduce expenses
    • Coordinate with support departments such as Human Resources, Accounting & Finance, and Sales 
    • Measure productivity by analyzing individual performance data, financial data, and activity reports
    • Determine labor and material resource needs in order to fulfill consumer demand
    • Assist with, or prepare and update, the organization’s operations manual and policies
    • Approve the hiring and termination of employees 
    • Maintain knowledge of trends, developments, new technologies, and market conditions relevant to the division and industry
    • Serve as a champion of Melink’s unique Best Place to Work culture
    • Walk the talk with respect to the company’s mission, vision, and values
    • Any other duties as needed



    • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Business Management, Business Administration, or a related field; MBA preferred
    •  5 years of relevant industry experience preferred
    • Excellent managerial and leadership skills
    • Extensive knowledge of operations and account management
    • Strong work ethic & sense of urgency
    • Insanely great interpersonal skills
    • Ability to interpret financial data as needed to establish and/or adjust goals
    • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office and ERP systems
    • Ability to establish a vision & strategy, and to implement accordingly 
    • Have a strong passion for fighting to mitigate the impacts of climate change

    Physical Demands

    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk and talk.  Finally, the employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds Occasionally, this role may need to lift and/or move up to 50 pounds if additional support is required in the field or in production.  



    To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies:

    • Extreme Ownership - Takes personal responsibility for outcomes and perseveres in the face resistance or setbacks. Pursues everything with energy and drive. 
    • Subject Matter Expertise - Excels at his/her professional function, regularly demonstrating and sharing depth of knowledge and skills. Is a quick study.
    • Clear & Candid Communication - Ensures that information is passed on to others who should be kept informed; has the courage to say what needs to be   said.
    • Building Collaborative Relationships- Cultivates trusting, respectful, professional relationships with colleagues and customers over time.
    • Planning & Problem-Solving - Takes the steps necessary to deliver high quality results, on time and on budget.
    • Continuous Improvement - Constantly seeks ways to improve the internal and external customer experience by delivering better, faster or less expensive products and services.

  • January 21, 2021 9:33 AM | Anonymous

    Organization: Sustainable Sights Landscaping llc

    Sustainable Sights Landscaping is a design and build company with an ecological focus, using practices that are chemical-free, and utilizes native and edible plantings.

    Sustainable Sights works to engage property owners with their land, educate the community of the importance of our earthly assets, and to influence individuals to maintain our natural environments and cities by caring for, and cultivating their own space foremost.

    Positions Available:

    • Crew Member
    • Crew Leader/Project Manager

    Compensation and Scheduling:

    • $15–$30/hr.
    • Full-time and Part-time available. We are willing to work with young entrepreneurs who want to get involved in sustainability, but cannot commit to the traditionally long hours of a landscape position.

    Responsibilities and Duties:

    • Weeding, pruning, edging, mulching
    • Mowing, Trimming, Blowing
    • Edible Landscape Management/Installation (vegetables and orchards)
    • Pollinator Habitat Management/Installation (prairies)
    • Hardscapes (walls, patios, etc.)
    Education level:
    • Highschool/GED

    Experience: (any)

    • Construction
    • Conventional Landscaping/Mowing
    • Permaculture/Farming
    • Gardening
    Specific skills: (any)
    • Familiar with basic hand-tools
    • Can operate small power-equipment
    • Can operate heavy machinery
    Physical abilities:
    • Must be entirely able-bodied, and willing to withstand uncomfortable out-door environments: heat/cold. rain/snow
    • Able to lift/carry at least 50lbs; maintain strenuous activity for long durations
    • Valid driver's license

    To Apply: Submit your resume to

  • January 20, 2021 12:28 PM | Anonymous

    Organization: Ohio Environmental Council

    The Ohio Environmental Council family of organizations seeks a new addition to our growing Field Advocacy team. This position will be located in Southwest Ohio and focus primarily on the Cincinnati community. The OEC is committed to developing the next generation of environmental leaders. As such, we have designed this position to be accessible to both entry- and mid-level professionals. Based on skill-set and level of experience, the position is open for both a coordinator or director level roles.

    The Regional Coordinator will build power, presence, and relationships throughout the Queen City region. The Regional Coordinator will organize members, partners, and community groups to get involved and make protection of Ohio’s land, air, and water a priority of local and state leaders. The ideal candidate will be an emerging community leader who can serve as the OEC ambassador to new networks as well as build long-lasting relationships with our members in the region. This position is an opportunity to become the local resource on advocacy and the environment and to build strong relationships with elected officials, partner organizations, grasstops leaders, and champions.

    Building off of the work as described above, a Regional Director would also build and maintain key relationships with local elected officials, high level community stakeholders, and conduct an intensive listening session campaign and create an environmental policy platform. The SWO Regional Director would also be responsible for building and maintaining relationships with OEC Board Members and a regional specific donor portfolio.

    Key Responsibilities

    The Southwest Regional Coordinator reports to the Managing Field Director and is responsible for the following:

    Organizing and attending community events and meetings in the community that build the OEC’s presence in Southwest Ohio.

    Working with staff to develop authentic relationships with community members and issue leaders.

    The Southwest Regional Director reports to the Managing Field Director and is responsible for the following:

    Coordinate efforts between a strong and sustainable internal team and external coalition partners, advocating on energy, land, democracy, and water issues;

    Working with staff to develop authentic relationships with key partners, local opinion leaders, elected officials, and business leaders who can play important, strategic roles in the OEC family of organizations;

    Utilizing the Jemez Principles to conduct listening sessions to create Cincinnati specific listing of community environmental policy needs.

    Performance Expectations

    Work independently and as part of a team to achieve a broad set of goals related to campaigns, issues, organization development and growth, and policy solutions in the region;

    Communicate effectively through written and oral communications;

    Understand and work within the political landscape to build relationships and advance our agenda across a diverse set of individuals and organizations;

    Report on work and progress to goal on numerous projects;

    Adhere to the highest ethical and professional standards, especially when representing the organization in the community;

    Demonstrate commitment to continued professional growth;

    Be creative about building bridges between and among competing interests; and

    Develop and maintain valuable partnerships with community members and leaders.


    Ability to engage effectively with a diverse range of stakeholders and build a team;

    A commitment to the region and raising the profile of environmental issues impacting the area and our state at large;

    The ability to inspire action and to break down complex issues into calls to action;

    Effective time management skills, including prioritizing and managing multiple projects;

    Ability to work flexible hours including evenings and weekends as needed;

    Share our commitment to increasing racial diversity in our movement and organization, integrating justice and equity into the work we do and ensuring an inclusive organizational culture.


    Salary for this position is $36,774.40-$55,000 and is within the bargaining unit represented by the OEC Workers United. Excellent benefits include employer-paid health, vision, dental, and life insurance; flexible and dependent care spending account; generous paid time off; paid parental leave; and employer-matched retirement fund.

    About the OEC Family of Organizations

    The mission of the Ohio Environmental Council is to secure healthy air, land, and water for all who call Ohio home. The OEC family of organizations work for pragmatic solutions to keep Ohio clean and beautiful, and our communities safe. We fight for clean air and water, clean energy, and protected public lands. We hold polluters accountable in court while working with communities and companies that want to invest in a clean, more sustainable direction. For nearly 50 years, we have led many of the major environmental policy wins in Ohio.

    The Ohio Environmental Council is the state’s most comprehensive, effective and respected environmental advocate for a healthier, more sustainable Ohio. Our experts work daily to restore, protect and strengthen the quality of life for families and communities—from the air we breathe and the water we drink to the food we eat and natural resources we enjoy.

    The Ohio Environmental Council is committed to working toward a just, equitable, diverse and inclusive environmental movement and seeks to hire staff and contractors that reflect the diverse communities and perspectives that comprise Ohio. The OEC is an equal opportunities employer. Qualified candidates of all backgrounds are highly encouraged to apply.

    Application Instructions

    Send your cover letter, resume, and references to with “SWO Regional Position” in the subject line. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.

  • January 18, 2021 10:10 AM | Anonymous

    Organization: Our Harvest

    Position Description: The Production Team Member is involved in all aspects of farm production, including: seeding, transplanting, weeding, harvesting, washing, packing, and more.

    About Our Harvest Cooperative: Our Harvest Co-op is a union worker-owned cooperative that farms using organic practices and operates a food hub that provides aggregation, distribution, and technical assistance for local growers while serving as a centralized source of local produce for institutions, individuals, grocery stores, restaurants, and other retail and wholesale buyers. Our Harvest Cooperative is committed to creating family-sustaining jobs in Greater Cincinnati; producing sustainably-grown, local produce; and building a food hub to strengthen the local food system and increase access to healthy food. Our Harvest farms on two properties -- one in the College Hill neighborhood of Cincinnati and one near Morrow, OH.


    *Work primarily with the Farm Manager and other production team members to complete field tasks that may include, but are not limited to: seeding, transplanting, planting, weeding, harvesting, washing, packing, pest management, watering, and operating equipment, entering production data

    *Machine operation including: BCS, tractor, transplanter, weedwhacker, refrigerated truck

    *Work quickly and efficiently to ensure all harvest and production tasks are completed in a timely manner

    *Participate constructively in weekly team meetings

    *Assist with harvest and production record-keeping including excel and Google Keep phone app

    *Be a part of the farm team rotation writing a short update for the weekly newsletter

    *Assist in insuring quality and accuracy of all produce orders leaving the farm

    *Lead and manage students, volunteers, apprentices in farm tasks


    *Willingness to work one weekend day per month

    *Experience in gardening and/or vegetable production

    *Ability to regularly lift 50 lbs

    *Experience doing physically demanding work outdoors and in hoop house conditions

    *Reliable transportation to both farm locations (College Hill and Morrow, OH)

    *Regular email correspondence

    *Ability to work with minimal supervision

    *Flexibility, resourcefulness, and ability to work independently and as part of a team

    Duration and Compensation: This is a full-time (40+ hours per week), paid position. Weekend work will be required at least one weekend day per month. This position is seasonal (most likely May-November), with the possibility of year-round work.

    Supervisor: Farm Manager (Stephen Dienger)

    Please email Stephen Dienger at with any questions or interest in the position. Send your resume and cover letter to apply.

  • January 15, 2021 10:57 AM | Anonymous

    Organization: SWACO

    SWACO is currently seeking candidates for the Programs Administrator position. The Programs Administrator is responsible for SWACO programs and initiatives that reduce waste and increase material diversion within the District. Functions may include technical assistance, promotion of programs, facilitating collaborative processes with partners, project management, oversight of assigned program budgets, data collection, and program evaluation to ensure effective implementation of assigned activities. The Programs Administrator also serves as a resource to department staff and participates collaboratively in team activities. The Programs Administrator works directly with the Programs Manager to develop and implement assigned activities.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILTIIES include, but are not limited to, the following:
    Assist in the development and piloting of new programs and incentives to improve diversion efforts for the business sector. 
    Connect target audiences to local, regional and national resources that assist with reducing waste, such as certification programs.
    Conduct instructional trainings and workshops on best practices for reducing waste.    
    Conduct waste assessments and cost-benefit analyses for target audiences to analyze the feasibility and benefits of implementing various waste reduction, reuse, recycling and composting programs 
    Develop and update educational and informational materials related to assigned targeted audiences: program descriptions, summaries, fact sheets, and related website information. 
    Host educational and informational meetings and events for programs as needed; perform program presentations as needed. 
    Promote and provide outreach to program target audiences to convey available services and assistance being offered. 
    Respond to inquiries related to assigned programs; assist program users with delivery and implementation; troubleshoot problems and issues.
    Assist with coordinating and managing SWACO’s educational booth at target audience events.
    Coordinate and communicate with various agencies, businesses, and organizations associated with the programs to ensure effective implementation.
    Develop timelines and benchmarks with goals, objectives, and tasks for completing projects and programs; identify resources, organizations, and personnel required for implementation. 
    Create an annual and quarterly work plan; ensure programs are executed on time. 
    Monitor and report challenges and issues with program implementation.
    Perform research on topics related to programs; identify and communicate local and national trends and opportunities for enhancing programs. 
    Assist in developing budgets for projects and annual cycles related to assigned programs; research and review previous budgets and associated costs.  
    Manage assigned program and project budgets; track spending and appropriate allocations; review monthly profit and loss statements.
    Conduct procurement procedures related to programmatic needs (e.g., Request for Proposal, Request for Qualification).
    Review and develop data collection methods for assigned programs. Ensure programs have an adequate data collection component to measure the impacts of the program. 
    Evaluate the goals and objectives of assigned programs on an annual basis. Assess the program need within the District and how the program aligns with other organizational and department strategies.
    Generate reports on the status and outcomes of programs and projects as needed. 
    Compile information for the Annual Data Report to the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. 
    Document, record, and report meeting outcomes.
    Manage partner assignments related to programs. Provide timely and concise follow-up information.
    Work collaboratively and provide support to other departmental staff. 
    Assist with special projects and programs as needed.  
    Perform other duties as assigned. 

    Bachelor’s degree in business management, environmental studies, or related field; or equivalent working experience.
    Three to five years’ experience in managing programs.
    Understanding of waste diversion and recycling programs.
    Public speaking and communication skill sets.

    Familiarity with solid waste objectives, procedures, techniques, and regulations; project management; public relations; and public agencies.
    Ability to work independently. 
    Affinity for team work, transparency, and collaboration. 
    Ability to complete assignments on time. 
    Demonstrated ability to respond to common questions or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies, or members of the community.
    Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with associates, government agencies, and the general public by communicating effectively through speech and writing.
    Demonstrated skills in budgeting and contract administration.
    Ability to formulate comprehensive action plans by exercising sound judgment, defining problems, collecting data, establishing facts, and drawing valid conclusions.

    Valid Ohio Driver’s License.

    While performing the essential duties of this position, the individual is regularly required to sit, stand, walk, use fingers, reach with hands and arms, and speak and hear. 
    Specific vision abilities required by this job include near, far, corrected, and the ability to adjust focus. 
    Individual is regularly required to load, transport, unload and setup exhibiting materials that include, but is not limited to, tabling equipment and education materials.

    Office environment with low exposure to heat, cold, noise, and dust.
    Travel may be required in and around Franklin County and surrounding areas.  Travel may include environments that vary based on weather and local business conditions.

  • January 15, 2021 10:49 AM | Anonymous

    Organization: Imago

    Designing, planning, presenting and evaluating awesome summer nature camps

    About Imago Internships

    Imago is a long-standing environmental education organization with an ambitious vision and an exciting mission. Because of our small staff, interns have a real opportunity to have a direct and lasting impact not only on our organization but on the communities that we serve. Not only will your work support Imago, but it will also provide you with useful skills, contacts, and experiences that will serve you in future careers and endeavors.

    About the Summer Nature Camp Internship

    The Summer Nature Camp Intern is an integral part of Imago’s education team who assists in designing and running our summer camp programming. Imago’s nature camps are designed to be hands-on, exploration filled days at Imago’s urban nature preserve. Each camp is a week-long day camp with no overnights. All camps will be run using state and federal COVID guidelines with limited group sizes, strict health protocols, and an emphasis on sanitization of spaces and materials. This is a great opportunity if you are passionate about creating and implementing meaningful outdoor experiences for youth. For more information about Imago’s Summer Camps, visit Imago Summer Camps.


    1. No previous experience is necessary, but the intern should be self-motivated with

    an interest in learning about natural history as well as environmental education.

    2. Be comfortable teaching and leading children

    3. Be comfortable working outdoors in hot, buggy, cold, muddy, and rainy conditions

    4. Be willing to undergo a Criminal Background Check.

    Schedule and Location

    The internship is approximately 10 weeks- starting in the last week of May and running through the beginning of August. 30-35 hours a week, from 8:30 - 3:30, with some limited flexibility.

    The intern will be based at Imago’s urban nature preserve and education building.


    $150/week stipend.

    To Apply or for Questions Contact Sara Briggs- Education and Camps Coordinator at

  • January 15, 2021 10:28 AM | Anonymous

    Organization: Metro Parks of Butler County

    Location: Meadow Ridge Area of Elk Creek, Middletown or other locations as assigned

    Description: This position is a full-time, non-exempt position. Plans and implements or supervises implementation as a working supervisor of maintenance, conservation and land stewardship practices at assigned park locations. Serves as Park Manager in the absence of immediate supervisor.

    For a complete job description and application, please visit our website at or contact the Administrative Office at 513-867-5835.

    Salary: $18.15 - $22.90 per hour, depending on level of experience

    Deliver in person or mail completed application and resume to:

    MetroParks of Butler County
    2051 Timberman Road
    Hamilton, OH 45013
    Attn: Jaime Kimbrough

    Or email ALL documents to

    Closing Date: 4:00 p.m., January 26, 2021

    To be considered for the position, a resume and a completed application must be received by this date.

    MetroParks of Butler County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    All qualified applicants will be considered for all positions without regard to race, religion, color, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity and sexual orientation), national origin, ancestry, age, disability, military status, or genetic information.

  • January 14, 2021 5:40 PM | Anonymous

    Organization: Hamilton County Recycling & Solid Waste District

    The Southwest Ohio Pollution Prevention (P2) Internship Program is a summer internship program that pairs student interns with companies in Hamilton, Butler, and Montgomery counties seeking new and innovative approaches to environmental efficiency and conservation. Currently, we are seeking intern applicants for our 2021 host company in Hamilton County, the Cincinnati Art Museum, one of the oldest museums in the country. The museum seeks to implement sustainability programs that protect the renowned art collection while reducing their environmental impact.

    Intern Responsibilities:

    The intern will be given responsibilities that assist his/her/their learning and experience in implementing pollution prevention and sustainability initiatives including:

    • Attend a two-day pollution prevention training, prior to the start of site-specific project work

    • Assist company professionals in facility audits to identify new pollution prevention activities pertaining to waste/ hazardous waste reduction, emissions reduction, water conservation, energy conservation, and manufacturing efficiency

    • Work interdepartmentally to help CAM establish policies and procedures that will support the museum's efforts

    • Research and recommend applicable sustainability certifications

    • Present recommendations to supervisor and technical advisors


    • Must be a currently enrolled undergraduate or graduate student with at least two years of undergraduate education completed, or be a recent graduate

    • Desired majors include: Environmental, Chemical, Mechanical, or Industrial Engineering Majors; Environmental Health and Safety Majors; and Environmental Science and Studies Majors

    • Must have valid driver’s license issued

    • Commit to working full-time for 12 weeks from May until August

    • Provide own housing and transportation

    • Submit progress and final reports

    Hourly Pay: $13/hr

    Application Instructions:

    Email your resume and application form to

    By applying you may also be considered for our other 2021 host companies

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