School Sustainability Associates (SSAs) teach and provide opportunities for elementary, middle, and high school teachers, students, school champions, and student groups throughout Alameda County to directly contribute to the sustainability of their school and community by providing educational field trips at our two Transfer Station Education Centers, in-class or virtual teacher trainings, and instructional support for student action projects.
Alameda County Waste Management Authority (StopWaste) has an opening for a Program Services Specialist I. Under general supervision of the Schools Outreach Project Lead, this position is primarily responsible for coordinating and supporting educational and operational activities at two transfer station education centers. This position provides routine administrative and operational support to assigned program areas, and supports public education and outreach efforts.
The School Sustainability Associates (SSAs) provide opportunities for teachers, students and schools-based groups to directly contribute to the sustainability of their school and community by providing educational tours at our two Education Transfer Stations, in-class teacher training and instructional support for student action projects that enable elementary, middle, and high school classrooms and student groups throughout Alameda County.
Under the direction of the Schools Program Manager this position is responsible for coordinating and supporting schools-based community programming, including activities at Davis Street Transfer Station Center, and classroom student action projects based on a service-learning model. The ideal candidate will possess strong teaching, outreach, team-building, and leadership skills, along with experience leading environmental education programs, educational tours and classroom programs