Environmental Programs Analyst — Filled
Divert NS is a not-for-profit based in Truro, NS, focused on supporting the province to recycle and live in more sustainable ways. Through a combination of stewardship programs and multiple initiatives, they provide new opportunities and approaches to waste diversion and reduction.
On their behalf, we are looking for a creative and proactive professional to be their Environmental Programs Analyst. Reporting to the Director of Programs and Development, this role will support all the initiatives of the Programs and Development Department.
Divert NS values diversity and equity. They seek applicants comprised of backgrounds that reflect the communities in which they operate. This includes, but is not limited to, age, gender, gender identity, persons with disabilities, racialized persons, Black, Indigenous and people of color.
What qualities are needed in this role?
The Environmental Programs Analyst is responsible for doing research focused on waste reduction improvements and best-practices in education and enforcement. You will also support the implementation of green initiatives and policies across the organization.
Ideally, you have some experience in the field or similar position and a Bachelor in Environment Science or Studies, or a related discipline. You are an organized and analytical person, who can conduct researches that support the company decision-making and program planning.
You are a team player who can work with minimal supervision and has excellent interpersonal skills to interact with the government, industry partners and the general public.
Finally, you are interested in creating innovative solutions to improve the environmental performance of Divert NS. You know about waste diversion programs and related regulations in Nova Scotia.
If this opportunity interests you, please forward your resume and a letter explaining how your background and experience will meet Divert NS needs. Applications can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, quoting project number 1935 in the subject line.