Puget Sound Bike Share
Puget Sound Bike Share (PSBS) is a non-profit 501(c) 3 status pending organization in the Seattle metropolitan area responsible for bringing Bike Share to the Puget Sound region. The organization seeks a highly motivated Executive Director who will launch the bike share system.
PSBS seeks a professional who is passionate about urban mobility and the potential transformational impact of Bike Share on community livability. The Executive Director will provide leadership for the fundraising, planning and implementation of tasks necessary to launch the bike share program in 2014.
The PSBS Executive Director is currently a .75 FTE position. Salary will be commensurate with experience. Based on successful funding, the Executive Director position may be expanded to full time. Reports to the PSBS Board of Directors.
Earth Economics is seeking a Freelance UI / UX Designer for a team building the world’s largest database, website and computational engine for calculating the economic value of ecosystems and their services (see http://eartheconomics.org/Page150.aspx for more details).
This is an extraordinary opportunity for someone who wants to help create a tool that will literally change how we value the Earth.
Zero Waste Washington is seeking a creative, hard-working, and collaborative Managing Director to join our small but effective two-person staff. This is a new position. Primary responsibilities are building organizational capacity and tending to the health of the organization. We are looking for someone who is excited about growing the organization and who will bring fresh energy and added resources to our team. The Managing Director and Program Director will share leadership responsibilities.
Location of Work: Magnuson Park in Northeast Seattle. Seattle area field trip sites as selected by Seattle Audubon Society. Meetings and/or training may also be held at the Seattle Audubon office, 8050 35th Ave. NE, Seattle, WA 98115.
Purpose: Support Seattle Audubon Society in offering top-notch educational programs to youth through Nature Day Camps.