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  • 19 Jun 2018 8:31 AM | Lauren Molinari (Administrator)

    El Cerrito Creative ReUse (ECCRU)  Artist Residency Program

    Deadline: Monday, July 30, 2018

    The City of El Cerrito invites artists to apply for a six-month residency taking place at the El Cerrito Recycling + Environmental Resource Center (“RERC” or “Center”).

    The purpose of the program is to support local artists who work with recycled materials, and to encourage environmental stewardship – specifically resource conservation, recycling and upcycling – in the community through art that inspires people to think about sustainability and consumption.

    The El Cerrito Creative ReUse (“ECCRU”) Artist Residency provides the artist with: a stipend, access to materials at the RERC for use in artistic projects, an on-site storage bin for materials, and support for an exhibition at the end of the residency. Artwork will be created in the artist’s own workspace, which is not provided. We encourage artists working in all mediums to apply, including but not limited to, painters, textile artists, musicians, performers, photographers, printmakers, those working in film and video, and conceptual and installation artists.

    Application Requirements (FULL RFP ATTACHED)
    The City requires that all submissions be provided in electronic format only.  If files are too large for email they can be submitted using either 1) a link to an online file sharing site - sent by email or 2) on one flash drive/usb stick – delivered in person. The flash drive should be clearly labeled in ink with the artist’s name, current email address and telephone number.

    The ECCRU Artist must:

    • Be either a resident of or work in Contra Costa or Alameda County
    • Be at least 18 years old
    • Demonstrate a commitment to upcycling and creative reuse

     Additional Considerations:

    • Artists must attend a tour of the RERC (see website for tour dates)
    • Artists must demonstrate that creation of the artwork will be conducted in a safe workspace with the proper tools required for the chosen mediums. If deemed appropriate, the Artist must conduct a site visit to their workspace as part of the interview process.

    Length of Term
    The ECCRU Artist Residency is a six-month term, starting in the late summer or early fall of 2017. However, at the discretion of the El Cerrito Arts and Culture Commission (“ACC” or “Commission”), the term is negotiable up to 12 months. 

    The Artist will receive a stipend of $100 per month of the six-month residency.
    Proposals are due by 4 pm on Monday, July 30, 2018, sent via email or in person during business hours to:

    El Cerrito Creative ReUse Artist in Residence Proposals
    10890 San Pablo Avenue
    El Cerrito, CA 94530

    City Hall business hours are posted online at

    All questions regarding this Call for Artists are to be directed to Maya Williams, Assistant to the City Manager, City of El Cerrito, 10890 San Pablo Avenue, El Cerrito, CA 94530. (510) 215-4318. Email:


    If you do not receive an email by Friday, August 3, 2018, confirming that we received your application, please contact us.

    Click here for RFP application and cover page

  • 30 May 2018 10:23 AM | Lauren Molinari (Administrator)


    PGS and the City are looking to achieve the highest level of public education and awareness for source reduction, diversion, reuse and recycling. 

    Supervision Received/Exercised

    This position will receive general supervision from key management personnel.

    This position has so supervisorial role but may provide technical guidance to staff.


    Government and Community Relations

    1.     Visit commercial establishments to provide technical assistance and training

    2.     Conduct field audits to asses service levels and make recycling/organics recommendations

    3.     Attend City strategy meetings if appropriate

    4.     Work with City in partnership to develop and incorporate municipal activities into PGS activities

    5.     Prepare proposals and presentations to City Council and City staff

    6.     Participate and represent PGS in community activities, city festivals and city sponsored events

    7.     Oversee customer satisfaction of all program services

    8.     Ensure compliance with City and regulatory agencies

    9.     Support local community service organizations as well as local clean-up projects

    Media Relations

    1.     Develop and distribute press releases as appropriate

    Contract Compliance

    1.     Coordinate and produce annual education plan required by Agreement

    2.     Coordinate implementation of annual public education plan

    3.     Coordinate and produce monthly, quarterly, and annual reports as required by Agreement.

    Other duties as assigned


    Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in environmental studies or work related on the job experience


    3 years experience in related field

    Must possess a valid CDL

  • 22 May 2018 10:23 AM | Lauren Molinari (Administrator)

    The City of Davis is searching for an Environmental Program Specialist. For more details and the full job description, click here

  • 17 May 2018 12:36 PM | Despina Kreatsoulas (Administrator)

    Position Summary

    The Environmental Programs Coordinator works within the Environmental Sustainability Department to develop and administer environmental programs in connection with environmental protection, water quality, and solid waste management. Primary duties include implementing watershed-based and coastal oriented environmental programs. This position will provide an experienced professional the opportunity to apply his/her skills in a small, dynamic coastal city where environmental quality is highly valued by City leaders. 

    Ideal Candidate

    The ideal candidate will be an environmental professional who has the ability to work with multiple stakeholders and regulatory agencies in implementing environmental quality and ocean protection programs. He/she will be at ease working both in the office and in the field, and will be skilled in public outreach. The ideal candidate will be a team player, with strong oral and written communication skills, who can represent the City successfully in interactions with a variety of partners and stakeholders.

    Minimum Qualifications Required

    Bachelor’s degree in environmental science, public health, biological science, chemistry, engineering, or a related field. At least three years’ experience implementing environmental programs is desired, especially work in environmental and resource protection programs. Must possess a valid California Class C Driver License and have a satisfactory driving record.

    Application Deadline: Friday, June 29, 2018, at 4:00 p.m.

    Applicants must submit a completed online City Employment Application and Resume by the filing deadline. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a City Employment Application. Visit for more information about this position and to apply online. If you have questions or need special accommodations with the recruitment process, please contact Germain Hernandez at (310) 456-2489 ext. 219. The City of Malibu is an equal opportunity employer.

  • 19 Apr 2018 6:34 PM | Lauren Molinari (Administrator)

    Gigantic Idea Studio is seeking an outreach field specialist to join a team currently implementing an on-the-ground education and outreach campaign for a wide range of stakeholders in an environmental industry. For full job posting, click here

  • 16 Apr 2018 3:48 PM | Lauren Molinari (Administrator)

    The Authority will be recruiting externally for the position: Recycling Coordinator.  

    Application materials needed are:

    1. SVSWA Application (revised 01-2018) 
    2. Supplemental Questions 

    The recruitment will be advertised in the Californian, the Monterey County Herald, the Santa Cruz Sentinel, and on various online sites.

    The appropriate application must be received in the Authority’s office at 128 Sun Street, Suite 101, by 5:00 p.m. May 4th, 2018. The most qualified candidates will be invited to participate in an interview prior to final selection.

  • 11 Apr 2018 1:26 PM | Lauren Molinari (Administrator)

    Food Shift is hiring a Program Manager to join their team. Food Shift has spent the last year building a strong foundation for The Food Shift Kitchen program - reducing waste, feeding communities, providing job training, and generating revenue.  They're ready for someone to step in and take ownership over this program and take it to the next level. 

  • 02 Apr 2018 12:14 PM | Lauren Molinari (Administrator)

    The Department of Public Works is seeking an Integrated Waste Planning Administrator (Program Analyst) for the Recycling and Solid Waste (RSW) Division Landfill Operations. This position is limited term through June 30, 2018. As of July 1, 2018, the position will be career.
    This position is primarily responsible for developing and maintaining policies, services, and programs for the City's compliance with the requirements of Senate Bill 1383 (SB1383). SB 1383's goals include the implementation of food waste collection as a part of green waste to achieve organics diversion and reduce levels of statewide disposal of organic waste. Responsibilities include but are not limited to, planning necessary to implement all related processes in support of SB 1383, debris management and solid waste master planning. The position will also collaborate with regional agencies to complete a joint needs assessment for organics/green waste disposal options, and attend stakeholder workshops with City, County, and State officials to discuss the SB 1383 implementation process.
    The Integrated Waste Planning Administrator (Program Analyst) will prepare a variety of technical reports, including the tracking of related legislation, and providing analysis on the effect of new laws or administrative regulations to RSW's programs. 

    For full job posting, click here. Update deadline for applying is May 2nd. 

  • 27 Mar 2018 2:59 PM | Lauren Molinari (Administrator)
    The Civicorps Recycling Program offers truck driving training leading to a Class B license. The Recycling Supervisor will work in Civicorps’ Recycling Social Enterprise which provides recycling collection services to small businesses, commercial operations and institutions in Oakland and other parts of the East Bay.

    For full job posting and information on how to apply, click here. Salary range is $46K-$53K DOE. 

  • 14 Mar 2018 3:48 PM | Lauren Molinari (Administrator)

    The Environmental Programs Manager for the City of Santa Clara leads a dynamic team to implement the City's urban run-off pollution prevention program and  solid waste, recycling and waste reduction efforts. This position supervises and assigns staff and monitors contractors responsible for the implementation of environmental programs and services. The incumbent will plan, develop and administer solid waste and recycling and urban runoff pollution prevention programs.  

    For more information and information on how to apply, click here

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