Reuse Sector Job Opportunities



Room to Grow (RTG) is advertising the position of Inventory and Volunteer Coordinator in New York City. The Inventory and Volunteer Coordinator will coordinate and oversee all of RTG’s volunteer initiatives, as well as the inventory systems and projects. They will also be in charge of RTG’s social media projects in New York City. The position will report to the Community Relations Manager and will receive direction from the Executive Director. Hours are Tuesday – Saturday, 9am-5pm, and some evenings are required. Compensation time will be provided for evenings worked.

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to Elaine Chow, Community Relations Manager. For a more complete description of responsibilities and qualifications, click here.

Per Scholas

Job Developer

Help Per Scholas provide technology education, access, and training for underemployed and unemployed community residents, as their Job Developer. The primary responsibilities of this position include researching employment market labor trends, identifying potential employers and employment opportunities, and providing Per Scholas graduates with individualized employment placement services and assistance. This position is very people-centered. In addition to employment development, it will also involve student employment services and extensive reporting.
Some of the requirements listed include a BA/BS in Communication or other relevant field, and two years of related experience. A high school diploma and five years related experience will be considered in lieu of undergraduate degree. The position requires experience in job development and marketing, and strong time management skills and the ability to multi-task.
More information on the position and its requirements and expectations can be found here.



Deadline March 5th, 2012
Recycle-A-Bicycle (RAB) is a community-based bike shop that holds and supports educational programs to encourage young people to be active, healthy, and safe as they bike, and emphasizes the positive environmental impact of biking. RAB is currently hiring a Development Director, who will be responsible for creating a strategy plan to maintain and grow RAB’s funding from individual donors, corporate sponsors, and foundation directors. The Development Director will also manage membership and events, and will work with the Executive Director to cultivate relationships.
Requirements of applicants includes, but is not limited to, a college degree and three or more years with development experience in the non-profit sector, proven success as a fundraiser, excellent interpersonal skills, and strong planning, organizational, and analytical skills.
Interested and qualified candidate should e-mail a resume and letter of interest to the Executive Director, Pasqualina Azzarello. For a more complete list of job requirements and expectations, click here.