Job Opportunities

Looking for a JOB? CRSSO tracks all job postings via Eva in case you missed her email the first time around!

Juniors & Seniors: Better take a look at some of these postings to get an idea for what the current market is like and possible employment opportunities you may be interested in.

Underclassmen: Your time at Berkeley is going to fly by, better start planning now! It is never too early to begin communicating with potential future employers you are interested in. Reaching out and establishing relationships is a great way to network and secure a job after graduation.

  • Research Technician for USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station, Brewton, AL – Deadline: Oct 15th

    [link to "Outreach Application EEF"]

  • Garden Educator for Urban Sprouts – Deadline: Sept 13th

    Urban Sprouts

  • Forest Secretary @ Tahoe National Forest, Nevada City, CA – Closing Date: Sept 11th

    [link to "FY2013_Outreach_ForestSecretary..."]

  • City of San Pablo Environmental Programs Analyst – Deadline: Sept 11th

    Job details

  • SolarCorps Development Fellow – Deadline: Oct 9th

    SolarCorps Development Fellow

  • The Children’s Nature Institute Part-Time Environmental Educator

    Part-time Environmental Educator

  • Fair Trade USA Front Office Coordinator/Certifidcation Assistant

    Fair Trade USA Front Office Coordinator /Certification Assistant

  • Sustainability Student Programs Coordinator, Stanford University

    Standfor Careers

  • Student Conservation Association Community Programs Internship (Oakland, CA)

    See attachment "Community ProgramsINTERNSHIP2013-14" link to word document

  • Jumpstart

    Do you believe every child deserves the same chance to succeed? Join Jumpstart in working toward this future.

  • Outdoor Environmental Education Instructor, YMCA Camp Colman

    Outdoor Environmental Education Instructor

  • Slide Ranch Facilities Manager

    Slide Ranch provides farm-based environmental education to Bay Area youth and families that focuses on the principles of sustainable agriculture and wilderness conservation. By cooking, gardening, caring for animals and exploring wilderness and the coast, visitors of all ages, see the connection between a healthy food system and a healthy, resilient environment.

  • Save Mount Diablo – 3 open positions