Are you looking for a flexible, part-time position that will allow you to use your entrepreneurial skills to help save the planet?
Join us! The Chesapeake Bay Landscape Professional (CBLP) program is growing and we are hiring a part-time PA/DE Coordinator to help us expand our presence and educational programs. This is a home-based position, and we are looking for some one who lives in PA. Our team stretches across the watershed, so we’re seeking an energetic sort who doesn’t mind working independently. Some travel within PA and DE is expected. This position comes with the opportunity and potential to grow into full-time employment.
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About Our Organization and Program
The Chesapeake Conservation Landscaping Council (CCLC) is a coalition of individuals and organizations dedicated to promoting conservation-based landscaping practices to benefit the Chesapeake Bay watershed. CCLC educates and supports professionals to implement sustainable landscape and green infrastructure practices for a healthy and resilient Chesapeake Bay watershed. The Chesapeake Bay Landscape Professional (CBLP) certification is CCLC’s signature training and education program. It was established by CCLC and its consortium partners, University of Maryland Sea Grant Extension, Penn State Extension, the Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources Habitat Partners, and Wetlands Watch, to provide consistent, high-quality training to landscape and other green infrastructure professionals. CCLC is the administering partner for CBLP programs, and it provides overall direction for CBLP efforts. CBLP offers a variety of different programs, including two levels of professional certification: Level 1 is a baseline credential in design, installation, and maintenance of stormwater best management practices (BMPs) and conservation landscaping; Level 2 is an advanced credential in design and/or installation. Recent additions to the CBLP suite of programs include CBLP-A, CBLP-Crews, and CBLP-Buffers. All CBLP programs focus on the unique regulatory environment and ecosystems of the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
Send resume and letter of interest to Beth Ginter at email@example.com by March 22.