Connecticut Fund for the Environment and its program Save the Sound are entering an exciting period of growth and expansion. As a result, we are currently seeking candidates for multiple positions. Please check back often over the next few months to see additional openings.
If you are applying for more than one position, please submit individual cover letters and résumés for each position, and note in the cover letters all the positions you have applied for. Deadlines for each position are noted in the detailed job descriptions.
Please email your résumé, cover letter, and any supporting materials to Valerie Wormely-Radford at firstname.lastname@example.org, unless otherwise noted in the job description. No phone calls, please.
Energy and Environment Attorney
The successful candidate will be primarily responsible for developing and implementing CFE’s Climate and Energy Campaign (Campaign) under the direct supervision of the Director of Climate and Energy (Director). This will involve work with multiple stakeholders in the legislature, administration, regulatory agencies, business community, clean energy community, and others. It will also involve researching and understanding cutting-edge issues regarding energy efficiency, clean energy finance, renewable energy deployment, and micro-grids. The successful candidate, with direction and supervision from the Director, will also plan, track, and report progress on the campaign demonstrating genuine progress toward meeting CFE’s goals.Click here for details
Environmental Internships, CFE/Save the Sound
Internships are available throughout the year for college students to work with CFE/Save the Sound’s program staff on research, event support, and project administration on a variety of programs that protect the water, air, and land of the Long Island Sound region. Some programs include Coastal Cleanup, Island and Coastal Lands, Energy and Climate Change, Healthy and Safe Waters, and Transportation.