Part-time, 20 hours per week
Remote position with generally self-directed and flexible schedule. Applicants must live in Massachusetts or neighboring state. Occasional travel within Massachusetts and occasional evening and weekend availability is required.
Application deadline: April 12, 2021
NOFA/Mass (Northeast Organic Farming Association, Massachusetts Chapter) seeks a coordinator to build upon the momentum of the Western Mass Pollinators Network and integrate it with the work of the Community Pesticides Reduction (CPR) Network and the NOFA/Mass Policy Department.
With a unifying vision of “protecting native pollinators” (and insect biodiversity more generally) this staff member will work in close coordination with the NOFA/Mass Policy Director, to facilitate coalition efforts to protect and expand pollinator habitats and reduce the use of biocides in landscapes across the Commonwealth.
The Pollinator Network Coordinator is responsible for forming a communications hub for the statewide movement, convening a “steering group” of native pollinator and native plant subject matter experts and prominent advocates, and organizing/curating educational events and resources related to pollinator protection.
The Pollinator Network Coordinator reports directly to the NOFA/Mass Policy Director.
Funding for this position is secured through April 2022 and will be an ongoing position contingent on continued funding.
Full job description and application on our website. nofamass.org/classifieds/3292/pollinator-network-coordinator/nofa-mass-jobs/