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AASHE is Hiring: STARS Program Analyst

AASHE seeks a full-time program analyst to contribute to the ongoing development and refinement of the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS). This position’s primary responsibility will be to lead the ongoing refinement of the STARS credits through research, data analysis and discussions with experts. This work will involve researching best practices and relevant standards, preparing draft versions of credits for public review, reviewing completed STARS reports and identifying ways to showcase STARS data through the Data Displays. The successful candidate will have strong organizational skills and the ability to synthesize complex projects; experience and skill with technical report writing and editing; evidence of recent use of and comfort with mathematics and statistics; and a commitment to advancing sustainability in higher education. Review of applications will begin on June 20, 2011. View the job posting on AASHE’s website for a more detailed description and application instructions.
AASHE is Hiring: STARS Program Assistant

AASHE seeks a full-time program assistant to support the ongoing development and refinement of the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS). This position’s primary responsibility will be to coordinate STARS Technical Advisors, support STARS technical development, assist with customer service and identify STARS Reporting Tool enhancements. This work will involve responding to detailed questions on STARS credits, coordinating all communications with Technical Advisors, researching ways to improve STARS credits, and identifying lessons learned from the submissions to inform the technical development process. Successful candidates will have strong organizational skills and the ability to synthesize complex projects; evidence of strong writing skills and experience and comfort with reviewing documents and web content; experience and comfort working and experimenting with technology; and a commitment to advancing sustainability in higher education. Review of applications will begin on June 20, 2011. View the job posting on AASHE’s website for a more detailed description and application instructions.
AASHE is Hiring: Temporary IT Employee

AASHE is looking for a temporary IT employee to work with its IT team on various projects from June 2011 until August 2011. Projects include developing and leading training programs tailored to staff team needs; building a library of recorded training videos for quick reference by staff; improving the AASHE Salesforce user interface; and assisting in the creation of AASHE newsletters and social media campaigns. Candidates should be enrolled in or have completed a bachelor’s or master’s degree program. Preference will be given to students and degree-holders in an IT-related field including computer science, computer engineering, information systems, information technology, information security, management and information systems or security and risk analysis. The position can work from a home office but will need to be available for in-person meetings in the Durham/Chapel Hill, N.C. area on a weekly basis. Pay is $10-15 per hour depending on experience. View the job posting on AASHE’s website for a more detailed description and application instructions.