Have you ever wanted to work with Freshwater Future? Now is your chance!
Current Job Openings:
Community and Technical Program Associate
Job Description – March 2021
Role of the Community and Technical Program Associate: The Community and Technical Program Associate helps build and support a base of community level organizations working to protect water in the Great Lakes region and manages our technical needs.
- Provide training, coordination and engagement opportunities to grassroots water efforts.
- Track and develop stories of policy implementation outcomes.
Connect local community efforts to meaningful opportunities for water policy change.
- Maintain engagement databases and move participants to new levels of engagement.
- Manage G Suite for the organization.
- Lead and manage any and all maps, surveys, apps and ArcGIS related material & projects.
- Provide technical assistance to staff as needed.
- Maintain and make changes to websites.
- Participate in program development.
- Participate in and assist with Freshwater Future staff meetings and events.
- Attend board meetings as appropriate.
- Assist with organizational planning and fundraising when appropriate.
Qualifications: The Community Program and Technical Associate is an entry level position, and will have a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree, preferably with a water/environmental resource, policy, nonprofit or advocacy background. The position requires excellent verbal and written communication skills; computer skills including databases, websites, spreadsheets, and word processing as well as social media outreach and growth; organizational skills, ability to work independently and a commitment to protecting water resources.
Reports to: Freshwater Future Executive Director
Location: Job location is negotiable within the Great Lakes region.
Salary Range: $30,000-$35,000, depending on experience. Full benefits including health, dental, vision, retirement, disability insurance, and paid time off.
Freshwater Future is an equal opportunity employer.
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Job Description – March 2021
Role of the Analytical Chemist: Implement lab analysis and documentation for our PFAS and lead in water testing programs and help to ensure communications to clients are accurate and understandable.
- Conduct routine QC, instrument stability testing, prepare and maintain records and summaries.
- Involve in training and transfer of methods to and from QC and contract manufacturers as assigned.
- Modify and validate analytical procedures to meet QC objectives.
Support design and development of experimental protocols, SOP’s, etc., consistent with cGMP/GLP.
- Execute special projects on analytical and instrument problem solving.
Conduct chemical testing (perfluoroalkyls by LC/MS/MS, trace metals by ICP/MS) per SOP.
- Perform testing on time and record quality of product.
- Interface with QA officer and Public Relations officer to validate results and communicate to Client.
- Maintain sample Chain of Custody and analytical traceability documentation.
- Maintain, operate, and adapt analytical instrumentation.Involve in procedure review and propose modifications and updates.
- Ensure work environment is clean and safe complying with all appropriate safety regulations.
- Report monthly on supply inventory for orders involving devices, chemicals, and reagents.
- Contribute to industrial, R&D qualification and validation activities and support routine maintenance.
- Represent the organization at events, which may include some travel throughout the Great Lakes.
Skills and Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in chemistry. Experience managing all parts of lab process.
Reports to: Flint Development Center Director and Freshwater Future Executive Director
Location: Flint, Michigan
Salary: $36,000 – $40,000 yearly salary
Freshwater Future and Flint Development Center are Equal Opportunity Employers
To apply: Send resume to: Stephanie@freshwaterfuture.org, for questions call: 231.348.8200
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