Below are job postings from the world of environmental communication. All job postings go first to the front page of our web site and are listed here until the deadline. They are also emailed out to all of our members and we share them on our social media. We also include them in our weekly EC List digest.
Click on the job title for more details, including a description of the job.
IECA members (except Professional and LIC Professional) who are logged in can post jobs in their own organization for free. Just use the button at the bottom of the page.
For everyone else, the cost is $150 per posting. You can pay by PayPal, credit card or by check (invoice).
Step 1: Set up your payment using the job ad payment page.
Step 2: Send a message to jobs at theieca dot org with the details of your job. You should send a formatted Word file, along with a title, name of organization offering the job, the application deadline and the original web site for the job, if there is one. If there is no deadline, then please provide a date when the ad should expire.
We will accept postings for jobs that are in or directly related to environmental communication. We reserve the right to remove or refuse to post certain jobs if we deem them inappropriate or not relevant to environmental communication.
|Job Title||Organization||Location||Deadline||Date Posted|
|EDITOR, ENVIRONMENTAL COMMUNICATION||IECA ENVIRONMENTAL COMMUNICATION EDITOR||VIRTUAL||December 1, 2015||Oct 06, 2015|
|Postdoctoral Researcher with the New England Sustainability Consortium||New England Sustainability Consortium||Orono, Maine, United States||October 1, 2015||Sep 08, 2015|
|Assistant or Associate Professor (Difference, Disagreement, or Conflict in Interaction)||Department of Communication, University of Colorado Boulder||Boulder, Colorado||October 23, 2015||Sep 26, 2015|
|Tenure Track Assistant Professor in Communication, Civic Engagement, and Race/Ethnicity||Department of Communication, University of Colorado Boulder||Boulder, Colorado, USA||October 23, 2015||Oct 05, 2015|