Climate Generation empowers individuals and their communities to engage in solutions to climate change, with a vision of a world of resilient communities with equitable solutions. Established by Minnesota polar explorer Will Steger in 2006, our work is founded on the power of personal story. We are dedicated to addressing the urgent issue of climate change through our programming that builds climate literacy, develops climate advocates, and elevates leaders. We have a clear vision to be the place where a diverse mix of talented people want to come, to stay, and do their best work.
Appetite For Change uses food as a tool building health, wealth, and social change in North Minneapolis. AFC is a community-led organization that strengthens families, creates economic prosperity, and encourages healthy living.
The Alliance is seeking a Coalition Organizer who will support community driven coalitions of allied organizations in issue campaigns that build long-term power and achieve short-term victories. The position also provides educational resources and tools that advance organizing activities within the equitable development field. One key component of this position will be convening and staffing the Blue Line Coalition, which is focused on fostering local leadership to secure equitable transit oriented development. This coalition is working to leverage community benefits, economic opportunity and livability along the Bottineau Light Rail corridor, advancing corridor-wide policies that support affordable housing, workforce and economic development policies for the Blue Line Communities. This position can be part-time or full-time.
The Metropolitan Council is the regional planning agency for the seven-county metropolitan area. The Council operates the regional bus and rail system, collects and treats wastewater, coordinates regional water resources, plans regional parks and administers funds that provide housing opportunities for low- to moderate-income individuals and families.
Council members serve 4-year terms, concurrent with the governor’s term of office.
Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid (Legal Aid) seeks a full-time legal assistant to aid its Minneapolis Housing Team in the representation of tenants. Legal Aid’s mission is to advocate for the legal rights of disadvantaged people to have safe, healthy, and independent lives in their communities. Legal Aid provides free civil legal representation to clients with low incomes and seniors throughout 21 counties in central Minnesota, and to people with disabilities throughout the state. The Minneapolis office generally serves clients who live in Hennepin County.
NDC is currently hiring for two different positions in their Loan Department, Loan Officer and Loan Portfolio Manager. NDC places a strong emphasis on accountability, adaptability and commitment to working closely with entrepreneurs to help overcome obstacles and barriers. NDC's work relies upon collaboration and strong personal relationships. These values drive their policies, programs and personnel
NRRC is looking for a strong compassionate fearless attorney to join our partnership with Mid-MN Legal Aid and Stinson Leonard Street Law office.
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MDHR is looking to fill a position within the Department. Applications will be accepted through Nov. 19, 2018. Anyone interested in the position can view a full position description here by searching the Job ID 27808.
Mediation Program Manager (Job ID: 27808)
This position is the first of its type at MDHR and will develop, improve, expand, implement, and administer MDHR’s statewide mediation program. The person in this position will design program parameters from the ground up, communicate those parameters to stakeholders, and implement those parameters to successfully administer the mediation program, This position will also develop internal program standards and criteria, including what types of cases should be mediated, and the qualifications criteria for volunteer mediators. The position will recruit, manage, and train volunteer mediators. This position will solicit feedback from stakeholders on the mediation program and volunteer mediators’ performance. The incumbent will manage the pipeline for mediation and ensures the Department integrates mediation into the overall Enforcement work of MDHR. The person will also mediate a select number of cases.
To be considered minimally qualified, you must meet the following criteria:
Licensed to practice law in the State of Minnesota and be in good standing.
Must be a qualified neutral under the Minnesota General Rules of Practice Rule 114 or become one within six months of starting the position.
Working knowledge of the Minnesota Human Rights Act.
Possess a theoretical and practical understanding of the dynamics alternative dispute resolution and the elements which influence the behavior and attitudes of the parties and their constituents, using this knowledge to shape and direct the mediation program.
Two years’ experience in utilizing Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR).
Excellent human relations skills; be able to clearly and effectively communicate with clients both orally and in writing; perform necessary research and calculations; and maintain control over the environment and process during mediation and trainings.
Occasional weekend and evening hours and travel are essential to the position.
Excellent time management skills.
Experience managing a mediation or similar ADR program is preferred.
Project management experience is preferred.
Applications will be accepted through Nov. 19, 2018..
If you have any questions about this position, please contact Jodie Segelstrom at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-259-3768
The MN Clean Energy Job Board is a tool that job seekers can use to find jobs in the energy efficiency and renewable energy fields, and that employers can use to post their latest openings. All jobs are focused on the implementation of clean energy in Minnesota, and are not related to advocacy or policy.
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Information Sessions offer you the opportunity to go beyond the website and talk to representatives about what skills Public Works is seeking and the application process. Computer access will be available to help candidates apply online during the sessions. Information sessions are conveniently located throughout the Metro area.
RESPONSIBILITIES: This person will be part of the Client Services team. Responsibilities include conducting initial client intakes (determining eligibility, interviewing potential client to collect facts in the case, writing a summary of the interview, and entering information into a case management database); answering the main switchboard and directing callers to staff and making referrals; processing office files by updating information in a database; creating and sending form letters; greeting and assisting visitors to the office; interpreting (assuming multi language fluency); and performing other tasks as needed, such as library filing.
The Youth Program Manager is responsible for the overall administration of a school-based Out-of-School Time program serving approximately 30-50 youth in 6th-12th grade each day (around 100 each week) at Venture Academy. Directly supervises a staff, volunteers and interns. Works closely with the school administration and other community-based support programs outside of the school. The Program Manager coordinates and oversees program operations to ensure individual academic and emotional growth and support developmental assets of youth through research-based programming, using a holistic approach that is trauma-informed and strengths-based. Provides support to students and staff by actively participating in family engagement events and helping to mobilize applicable resources to students in need.
This full-time Youth Counselor position involves direct service with participants in the Contact Plus Program with Girls Incorporated® at the YWCA of Minneapolis that inspire youth to make positive decisions for themselves and their future. This position provides group, individual, and educational support to low income urban youth ages 10-18 years old. The Youth Counselor will recruit program participants, develop and modify program curriculum, and complete monthly reports. The Contact Plus Youth Counselor will collaborate with the Minneapolis Public Schools and other youth serving agencies utilizing the Girls Incorporated® program curriculum and Contact Plus curriculum/resources to meet program goals and outcomes.
FedEx Ground is having a hiring event this Saturday from Noon- 3pm. If you know of anyone that is interested in working at FedEx Ground over the Holidays let them know they are welcome to come apply, see the facility they would be working at and if we are able we will interview them on Saturday. Currently we also have our $200 referral programs which is a great way for employees to earn extra money.
Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) is now accepting applications for job openings.
Potential candidates will be considered by the Executive and Governance Committee of the Hennepin Healthcare Board of Directors, whose recommendations will be considered by the full Hennepin Healthcare Board. The Hennepin Healthcare Board will recommend a slate of candidates for these positions that will be forwarded to the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners for its consideration and vote to either approve or reject the slate.
The Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy in the City of Minneapolis is seeking three (3) experienced artist(s)/designer(s) to participate in Creative CityMaking and a full-time program manager to work with the Creative CityMaking program at the City of Minneapolis