Over Greenbelt Alliance’s 65-year history, we have stewarded this region’s beautiful natural landscapes while promoting the growth needed for thriving communities for generations to come. As a result, today, almost 3.3 million acres of the Bay Area’s nine counties are protected open spaces. Now, the Bay Area’s people, cities, and lands need critical help as our climate dramatically changes. Join our team to help us realize a climate-resilient region.
We are hiring for a Leadership Development Coordinator to consult with experts and partners to design and implement the curriculum of the Fairfield-Suisun Climate Learning Exchange & Training Program. This program will prepare approximately 25 local residents (including youth) with the tools, experience, and resources necessary to understand interconnected climate challenges, how planning and policy development works, and come away feeling empowered to support the creation of local climate solutions.
Hourly Salary: $35/hour
Reports to: Planning and Research Director
Location: San Francisco Bay Area (preference for Solano County)
Position Status: Part-time 15-20 hours/week, Vacation and Sick Leave Provided
Tentative Start Date: Feb 1st, 2024
Tentative End Date: August 2025
Greenbelt Alliance is hiring for a Resilience Manager (3-4 years of work experience) or Resilience Associate (1-2 years of work experience), ideally based in Sonoma County or nearby who can work with multiple partners and jurisdictions in the North Bay to forge a collective vision for resilience that integrates equity, conservation, and housing.
Starting Salary Range for Associate: $60,000 – $67,000, Full-time Employee (37.5 hours/week)
Starting Salary Range for Manager: $65,000 – $78,000, Full-time Employee (37.5 hours/week)
Timeline: Hiring immediately, position open until filled. We are hoping the Resilience Manager can start around January 15, 2023. Applications will be reviewed and considered on a rolling basis.
Are you an emerging climate leader who wants to work with communities on resilience initiatives? Are you familiar with the city of Gilroy? Join Greenbelt Alliance’s Resilience Fellowship program and help us build a more climate resilient and equitable region!
This is a part-time, non-exempt, 15-20 hours per week position (unless specified). The hourly range for this position is $20.00 per hour, based on experience. We offer the following benefits to fellows: limited sick leave; 403(b) retirement plan. The fellowship program will be six months in duration, beginning in October and ending in April.
Just as Greenbelt Alliance works to create a better Bay Area, we also strive to better ourselves as an organization. To guide that continued improvement, our staff and Board of Directors have identified and adopted the following values. They reflect who we are as an organization, what we foster in our team members, and the internal standard we use to measure our work.
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It’s a wrap for the 2023 legislative session and Greenbelt Alliance is proud to announce that many of the bills and policies we endorsed have been signed into law this session. In total, eleven housing and three climate and environmental bills endorsed by Greenbelt Alliance passed. These bills will promote housing affordability, sustainability, climate resilience,
In 2023, Greenbelt Alliance marked our 65th anniversary! We celebrated this remarkable milestone on September 28 on the Historic Klamath ferry with our community of generous and longstanding supporters, who joined us in raising a toast for the next 65 years of protecting people and nature. Thanks to our guest’s support, we raised over $367,000
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