Jobs - Permanent
|Flood-Prepared Communities Officer - The Pew Charitable Trusts (Federal Policy)
Washington, Dist. Columbia | Intermediate | Full-time | $52,000 - $82,000/yr | Open Until Filled
The Officer will help design and implement strategies in support of Pew’s flood-prepared communities initiative federal policy goals aimed at preparing communities for the increasing threat of flood-related disasters. . Specifically, the Officer will be responsible for analyzing legislative and regulatory proposals, developing policy strategies, and recommending campaign positions on disaster mitigation, adaptation and resilience, flood insurance, infrastructure, and other disaster-related issues.
Flood-Prepared Communities Officer - The Pew Charitable Trusts (State Resilience Planning Group)
Policy Analyst - Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
Director of Climate Policy - Waterfront Alliance
Climate Adaptation Advisor - Southern California Edison
Adaptation Program Director - Georgetown Climate Center
Energy Resilience Specialist - Broward County, FL
Environmental Program Supervisor - Broward County, FL
Assistant Chief Resilience Officer - Broward County, FL
Executive Director - Western New York Sustainable Business Roundtable
Seattle, WA | Intermediate | Full-time | $65,000 - $75,000/yr | Open Until Filled
The Program Integration Specialist will act as the primary point of contact between our partner organizations, which include community-facing partners, non-profits and academic researchers across Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana. The Integration Specialist will work closely with the Frontline Community Climate Resilience Scientist – a new position that is also accepting applications.
Greenhouse Gas Accounting and Climate Action Analyst - Brendle Group
Frontline Community Climate Resilience Scientist - University of Washington Climate Impacts Group
Florida State Director - American Flood Coalition
Research Integration Specialist - Western Water Assessment
Senior Science Advisor for Climate Science and Services - NYC Mayor's Office of Climate Resiliency (MOCR)
Community Resilience Planner - Connecticut Institute for Resilience and Climate Adaptation (CIRCA)
Jobs - Temporary
Software Developer for GIS/Risk Assessment Modeling System - Coastal Risk Consulting
Remote | Entry-level | Part-time | $45 - $65/hour | Open Until Filled
The Software Developer will work closely with Coastal Risk Consulting (CRC) scientists and subject matter experts to process and incorporate new datasets into the RiskFootprint™ report. The Software Developer will identify potential improvements for the RiskFootprint™ report such as faster report generation, cartographic enhancements, and better external web services. To apply, send a resume and cover letter to Albert Slap, albertslap@
Equity Workgroup Fellow - New York City Panel on Climate Change/The New School
New York, NY | Intermediate | $11,000/yr stipend | Open Until Filled
The workgroup fellow will assist in identifying ways to center equity as a key metric for NPCC assessments (e.g, establishment of indicators and monitoring to track the equity dimensions of climate risk, vulnerabilities, and impacts) by research, writing, and organizing tasks of the group.
Postdoctoral Research Associate - Midwest CASC, University of Minnesota
Twin Cities, MN | Senior | Full-time | $55,000/yr minimum | Open Until Filled
The Postdoctoral Research Associate will have the responsibility of a study with the following objectives: 1) to understand public acceptance of climate change consequences; 2) identify the key antecedents and consequences of stability for adaptation management strategies; and 3) develop recommendations for engaging the public and stakeholders. This is a two year position.
Sustainability Manager - North Suffolk Office of Resilience and Sustainability
Chelsea, MA | Intermediate | Full-time | TBD | Open Until Filled
The Sustainability Manager will devise and implement energy efficiency, renewable energy, and conservation initiatives; coordinate inter-municipal programs with an energy component; advance social equity and community resilience; assist in the development of policy recommendations; and pursue a variety of state and federal funding to further the mission of the office.
St. Helena Island Gullah/Geechee Living Landscape project
Call for Experts
The Gullah Geechee Nation is seeking experts in landscape architecture, design, economic assessment, and permaculture to support implementation of the St. Helena Island Gullah/Geechee Living Landscape project. Volunteers should be adaptation professionals with strong cultural sensitivity. To volunteer, contact Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah Geechee Nation, via email GullGeeCo@aol.com.
Community Resilience, Adaptation, and Sustainability Planning Survey - National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
The NIST Community Resilience Program is investigating the experiences and expectations of local staff and officials with respect to community resilience, adaptation, and sustainability planning. NIST invites ASAP members to share their opinions and experiences via the survey. Responses will help them better understand community needs and develop future tools and support. Please direct any questions or concerns to email@example.com.
BRIC and FMA Grants - Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Grants | Deadlines vary
FEMA has announced new funding opportunities through two grant programs: Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) grant and the Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC) grant. The programs will support states, local communities, tribes, and territories that undertake projects to reduce flood risks. For information on grant timelines and applicant requirements, please visit FEMA’s BRIC and FMA program sites.
Massachusetts Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) Program - 2.0 Planning Process
Request for Response (RFR) | Due by November 22
The Massachusetts MVP Program is formulating an update process (nicknamed MVP Planning 2.0) that is accessible, inclusive, engaging, equitable, collaborative, and actionable. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) is seeking a partner to lead this effort that can provide project management capabilities and has knowledge of climate adaptation planning and best practices; environmental justice and equity; stakeholder engagement; making climate data accessible to the public; local governments in Massachusetts; requirements gathering, business analysis and content creation for web-based tools; and training development.
Working for Community: Careers in Environmental Justice and Climate Adaptation
Panel Discussion | November 19 | 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. ET | Free
Join the Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee and the Professional Opportunities in Adaptation group for a panel discussion with four incredible adaptation professionals from across the country who work at the nexus of environmental justice and adaptation:
- Natalia Brown, Climate Justice Program Manager at Catalyst Miami, based in Miami
- Dr. Nancy Gilliam, Executive Director of the Model Forest Policy Program, based in Sagle, Idaho
- Latia Leonard, Youth Energy Squad Program Co-Director at EcoWorks, based in Detroit
- Sumi Selvaraj, Environmental Justice Manager at the California Coastal Commission, based in San Francisco
Climate Change 2021: The Push to Carbon Neutrality, Adaptation, and Resiliency - Air & Waste Management Association
Conference | Dec 1-2 | Variable pricing; ASAP members receive $50 discount
Thank you to our partners at Air & Waste Management Association for offering a $50 discount to ASAP Members for their Climate Change 2021 Conference. This virtual conference will address emerging policies and strategies for tackling climate change impacts, including mitigation, adaptation and resiliency. Use code CLIMATE50 to receive $50 off. Virtual conference registration includes all livestream panels and sessions, plus access to recordings of presentations and slides for three months following the conference.
Tribal Climate Listening Sessions - U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI)
December 1 & 2 | Various times
The Department of Interior (DOI) has announced an upcoming virtual listening session focused on unmet infrastructure needs for community relocation, managed retreat, and protection-in-place issues in Alaska. The DOI would like to ensure that the efforts and initiatives it develops to meet these priorities are shaped and designed based on feedback and information from across Indian Country and Alaska Native Villages. This session will facilitate a discussion on the information and resources needed to address this issue across the DOI. The session will be held as part of the BIA Providers Conference the week of November 29th.
Climate Migration Workshop: Preparing Receiving Communities
Virtual Workshop | December 7 & 8 | 12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET | Free
We know climate migration will intensify as climate impacts worsen. But who will migrate? Where will those migrants go? And how will that migration affect people and livelihoods in both leaving communities and receiving communities? Join ASAP and our collaborators to explore findings on these questions and consider how those findings can help receiving communities plan for socially just and environmentally responsible growth.