Green Jobs

ACTrees is pleased to highlight employment and internship opportunities that may be of interest to those in the urban greening community.

Job openings with ACTrees member organizations are posted here and in Treebune News for FREE. Non-members can post job openings for a small fee. If you would like to have your job featured here and distributed to the ACTrees network, please contact for more information. For a full list of job announcements, please visit the Jobs Archive.

AmeriCorps Service Members, Our City Forest (San Jose, CA)

Deadline: Open until filled.

Our City Forest (OCF) Service Team Members are sponsored in part by the National Service organization, AmeriCorps, and are expected to commit to 1700 hrs of service. Team Members will have 2 weeks of all-team training beginning on September 13th.

TreeKeepers Program Manager, Openlands (Chicago, IL)

Deadline: Open until filled.

The primary role of the TreeKeepers Program Manager will be to train new TreeKeepers and bridge
volunteer opportunities and continuing education to current TreeKeepers. This is a full-time, exempt
position and requires flexibility with weekend work during planting seasons and other occasional
weekends and evenings during the year.

Urban Forest Program Coordinator, Asheville GreenWorks (Asheville, NC)

Deadline: August 15, 2016 or until filled.

The Urban Forest Program Coordinator (UFPC) is a new position with Asheville GreenWorks, a non-profit organization founded in 1973, to enhance the environment and quality of life for all residents in Asheville and Buncombe County through volunteer-led, community-based conservation projects and hands-on environmental education programs. We’re looking for a motivated, enthusiastic, hardworking individual to join our fun-loving, tree-hugging team in “getting dirty for a great cause.”

Communications and Marketing Director, City Parks Alliance (Washington, DC)

Deadline: June 30, 2016

Oversees the development and implementation of communications strategies across multiple print and digital platforms to increase visibility of our programs, promote our organizational brand, market the benefits of membership, and communicate the broader message of the value of urban parks and need for investment in them.