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Now Accepting Applications for the Indigenous Stewardship Coordinator Position

The Climate Science Alliance is now accepting applications for the Indigenous Stewardship Coordinator position, a new role that works collaboratively with community partners to advance Indigenous led climate change adaptation planning, projects, and programs. Apply today!



The Climate Science Alliance is seeking a passionate and motivated individual to join our team in San Diego as the Indigenous Stewardship Coordinator.


The ideal candidate is someone who is from an Indigenous community or has experience working closely with Indigenous peoples. We seek a team member who has experience or interest in working collaboratively with community partners to advance Indigenous led climate change adaptation planning, projects, and programs.


This is an exciting opportunity to gain hands-on experience working collaboratively with diverse partners to advance projects focused on climate resilience, Indigenous stewardship, data and knowledge sovereignty, and advancing the equal valuation of ways of knowing.





The Indigenous Stewardship Coordinator has three primary focal areas:

  1. Advance coastal resilience programming centered around Indigenous stewardship.

  2. Support the Tribal Working Group and its partners to advance projects and activities.

  3. Support development and implementation of Stewardship Pathways Program.


Position salary is $25-$30/hour based on experience and includes full benefits, generous leave, and opportunities for flexible schedules.


We will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis beginning October 1st, 2022 until filled. Please review the position description below for more information and instructions on how to apply.





 

Please share this opportunity widely with your colleagues, friends, and partners!

You can download the position description here and the social media graphic here.

 

Photo features trainees of the Native Plant Propagation Training gathered at a portion of Palomar Mountain that is cared for by the Pauma Band of Luiseño Indians.

Learn more here.


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