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Find a job is tough in this economy. But is there a way to make finding those green technology jobs easier? After all, it seems as if green jobs and tech jobs are plentiful. Well, the easiest way to find those green technology jobs isn’t to scroll across those big, brand name job boards that everyone knows about, such as Indeed.com, Careerbuilder.com, and Monster.com. The easiest way is to go to green technology job boards, websites that specifically cater to these positions and these industries. Haven’t heard of any? Well, if you’re looking for a green technology job, here are a few places to start:
GreenBiz.com: For sustainability professionals and green-collar job hunters, GreenBiz.com is a great place to find green technology jobs, as well as green energy jobs, green marketing jobs, and green administration jobs. Browse green jobs from organizations such as PETA, Rainforest Alliance, Sungevity, and the World Wildlife Fund. GreenBiz.com also has an array or articles and reports covering topics such as jumping into the green job market and green job salaries.
SustainableBusiness.com: This is another great source for green jobs, showcasing positions from the Environmental Law & Policy Center, the United Nations Foundation, Viridian, and Pacific Home Coast Solutions. Sustainablebusiness.com also features information on green investing and green headlines from today’s news.
Local Job Boards: If you know what city you want to go to, or if you want to stay in the city you’re currently in, have you considered perusing a local green job board for possibilities. A great example of a local green job board is St. Louis Green, which also has a directory of green businesses in the area. That’s another good way to go if you’re looking for a green technology job. Talk to current green companies in your area and see if the business is willing to make room for your and your skills.
Idealist.org: This is a great green jobs board if you’re looking for a green job that’s with a non-profit organization. Peruse positions with organizations like the Earthwatch Institute, Catholic Relief Services, the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, and the Active Transportation Alliance. Besides green jobs, Idealist.org also lists internships, volunteer opportunities, and people (just in case you need to book a speaker for an event).
EnvironmentalCareer.com: This one is actually a green job staffing firm, which is always a good choice because they’ll know who’s hiring, and will probably have access to jobs that aren’t listed on regular job boards. This staffing firm also puts out a quarterly magazine called Green Careers Journal, and specifically caters to the green building, energy, and environment sectors.
This is certainly not an exhaustive list of all the green technology job boards out there, but it’s somewhere to start to find that green tech job you are looking for.
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