Career Connections

Employment Opportunities

NYSAR3 member organizations and companies are welcome to post opportunities for employment to this page. Please submit job openings to NYSAR3, subject line: CAREER CONNECTIONS [Position Title].

Project Staff Assistant, NYS Center for Sustainable Materials Management at SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY-ESF)

 
There are currently two vacancies for the position of Waste Reduction and Recycling Coordinator in the Tompkins County Department of Recycling and Materials Management. Learn more and find out how to apply at: https://recycletompkins.org/now-hiring-waste-reduction-and-recycling-coordinators/

The Ulster County Resource Recovery Agency is a local public authority of the State of New York whose mission is to protect public health and the environment and to promote sustainable materials management practices in Ulster County by efficiently managing solid waste materials with a focus on resource conservation. The Agency is seeking an Executive Director to lead the Agency in the next phase of the Ulster County Solid Waste Management Plan. Interested candidates may view the detailed job description on our website at: https://ucrra.org/employment/

To apply please send a resume with references to:

Ulster County Resource Recovery Agency

Attn: Kenneth Gilligan, esq.

PO Box 6219

Kingston, NY 12402

OR

E-mail your response to KennethDGilligan@aol.com

The City of Troy is seeking applications for the position of Director of Equity and Inclusion. The Director of Equity and Inclusion is responsible for administering and leading the Inclusion and Diversity goals and objectives of the City of Troy New York (the City). TYPICAL WORK ACTIVITIES:
• Plans, guides and advises on diversity, equity, inclusion and affirmative action matters;
• Collaborates with City management to create, implement and monitor programs designed to ensure fair and
equitable treatment of employees, vendors and constituents;
• Leads in implementing strategic initiatives, including the creation of a culture for equity, diversity, and inclusion;
• Partners with City management, employees, vendors, community leaders, and other internal and external
constituencies to ensure programing supports the City’s values and strategic goals;
• Manages ongoing relationships with internal and external partners (examples include:, School Districts, Charter
Schools, HVCC, NAACP, Center for Independent Living, Workforce Development Institute, city based social and
non-profit institutions);
• Promotes the City’s commitment to a climate of inclusion, equity, and diversity through interactions with City
employees, students, elected officials, and the community;
• Represents the City to external community, organizations, and agencies. Collaborates with external and internal
constituency groups to promote and advance equity and inclusion;
• Collaborates with the City and School’s human resources department on efforts surrounding recruitment and
retention; Builds relationships with external talent pipelines who specialize in recruiting candidates from
underrepresented backgrounds;
• Conducts or provides direction for training initiatives on cultural competency, gender differences, disability,
LGBTQ+ issues, sexual harassment, building a climate of equity and inclusion, and other topics designed to
increase awareness and support of equity and inclusion values, and maintaining compliance with applicable
laws;
• Assesses and monitors program effectiveness and keeps management informed of equal opportunity progress
and issues through periodic reports. Measures ROI and communicates outcomes to key
stakeholders/champions on a regular basis; creates executive summaries and provide recommendations for
improving metrics;
• Attends DEI related conferences, trainings, and professional development opportunities;
• May provide assistance to investigatory matters that include claims of discrimination and harassment;

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
A.) Graduation from a regionally accredited or NYS registered college or university with a Master’s degree in public
administration, social justice, post-secondary education, sociology, social anthropology, human resource management
or other related field; OR
B.) Graduation from a regionally accredited or NYS registered college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in
public administration, social justice, post-secondary education, sociology, social anthropology, human resource
management or other related field and two (2) or more years of experience advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in
a complex organization, preferably in government; OR
C.) An equivalent combination of training and experience as defined by the limits of A. and B. above.
SPECIAL REQUIRMENTS:
Possession of a valid unrestricted New York Driver’s License and maintenance of such throughout duration of
employment in the title. 

Please forward *Employment Application demonstrating that you meet the minimum qualifications of the position to:
City of Troy Personnel/Civil Service Office

433 River Street
Troy, NY 12180

Email: employmentopportunities@troyny.gov

Fax: 518-268-1686

https://www.troyny.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Employment-Application.pdf.
You may submit a resume in addition to, but not in place of a City of Troy Employment Application.

Job Seekers

Allison Dubick, Bachelor of Science, Environmental Science, Clark University

NYSAR3 members and students of College Council member institutions entering the job market are welcome to post their resume to be considered by organizations and companies looking to fill open positions. To submit your resume, email a pdf to NYSAR3 with the subject line: CAREER CONNECTIONS [Your Name] RESUME.