Each Wednesday we compile a list of jobs that we think might interest our alumni. In the past, this list has existed informally on our twitter account (@hecua_offcampus – follow us!) using the hashtag #hecuacareerboard. From now on we’ll also post an annotated list on our website. If you’re an employer and you’d like to submit a job, email Laney Ohmans at lohmans<@>hecua.org with a brief description of the position and why it would be a good fit for a HECUA student or alumni. If you’re a student and you’d like our help finding a job, email Laney with a brief description of what you’re looking for!
HECUA Career Board: January 25th, 2017
Senator Amy Klobuchar’s office is looking for a Constituent Advocate.
You must be detailed-oriented and fluent in Spanish, with good research skills and a “professional telephone manner.” Not exactly sure what a constituent advocate does? This article in MinnPost offers a great introduction.
St. Stephen’s Street Outreach is hiring an Evening Street Outreach worker.
Street Outreach Workers at St. Stephen’s work directly with single adults who are experiencing homelessness. Your role as a Street Outreach Worker would be to connect people with the services they need and deserve. St. Stephen’s has been a HECUA community partner for many years, and the work they do is crucially important. This story from MPR is a great profile of the Street Outreach program, and this post on the Daily Planet site “Minneapolis needs its own Homeless Bill of Rights,” was written by HECUA’s most recent St. Stephen’s Human Services intern, Nicole Moore.
The Minnesota Land Trust is hiring a Conservation Program Manager
This position would be a good fit for an Environmental Sustainability or New Zealand program alum with multiple years of experience in conservation program management and a Master’s degree. More information about the Minnesota Land Trust here. The Program Manager is responsible for helping the Land Trust achieve three conservation goals. A lot of this sounds like it would involve coordinating conservation easement projects with private landowners. You would write up conservation plans that prioritize and target the Land Trust’s work, help the Land Trust building partnerships, and help find resources to support the programs you manage.
The City of St. Paul is hiring a Police-Civilian Internal Affairs Review Commission (PCIARC) Coordinator.
This position lives within the City’s Office of Human Rights and Equal Economic Opportunity (HREEO). HREEO “champions justice and equity by confronting issues of discrimination and providing innovative avenues for accessibility and economics opportunities for all residents and businesses.” You’d be the administrative support for members of the commission and management, and be responsible for “interviewing, complaint intake, report writing, educating, community relations, planning, implementing departmental programs and projects, and coordinating professional level administrative activities.” They’re looking for someone with a bachelor’s degree and four years of administrative experience.
That’s all we’ve got for this week – be sure to email with requests or posts of your own!