Join our dynamic team as a Recruitment and Outreach Associate (ROA), where you’ll conduct Corps Member recruitment and community outreach initiatives vital to the Green City Force ecosystem. As the frontline ambassador, you’ll foster partnerships and engagement with residents, community partners, and alumni to amplify interest in our Service Corps program, driving our mission forward and boosting program involvement.
Under the direct mentorship and supervision of our Recruitment and Engagement Manager, you’ll collaborate with the Program team members to enhance recruitment strategies and streamline messaging for maximum impact.
Help us find the next generation of young leaders to create the #futuregreencity focused on environmental, economic, and racial justice.
Green City Force’s Social Enterprise is seeking alumni to conduct community outreach and support enrollment into community solar with our partner PowerMarket. In this position, you will have a key role in educating, engaging, and enrolling NYCHA residents. In your day-to-day outreach, you will help households sign up for community solar projects, giving them guaranteed monthly savings on their utility bills. We are looking for hard-working, diligent, and passionate individuals to serve as ambassadors for clean energy and community solar, bringing meaningful benefits to those in your community who participate.
This is a two-month pilot, working full-time, five-day work week, eight hours per day, and paid holidays. The Community Outreach ATE reports to the Green City Force Social Enterprise Senior Project Manager.
Compost Power builds sustainable community compost sites across NYC, with an emphasis on underserved and marginalized communities, and creates educational media content. Compost Power currently supports several small-scale compost sites at New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) developments including at GCF Eco-Hub sites, as well as operates a medium scale site in Williamsburg, NY. The goal is to expand throughout New York City.
The Crew Member is co-employed by Green City Force with a reporting line to Compost Power. This position is primarily responsible for accepting household food scraps at our food scrap drop-off locations, processing them at our sites throughout the city, and deploying the finished compost product for community greening projects.
The Green City Force Service Coordinator is an essential field-leader, representing Green City Force (GCF) in the Eco-Hubs and modeling our core values, upholding our mission and vision. As an essential frontline supervisor, they lead, coordinate, and motivate teams of up to 12 young adults between the ages of 18-24, all residents of the New York City Public Housing Authority (NYCHA) enrolled as AmeriCorps members.
The Service Coordinators are responsible for ensuring that service delivery, support of Corps Member development goals, and Eco-Hub operations including but not limited to Eco-Hub production and other hands-on activities are accomplished on a day-to-day basis. These activities include urban agriculture, composting, clean energy projects across New York City, and educating NYCHA residents about key sustainability initiatives both at Eco-Hub sites and other NYCHA developments. While the Service Coordinator position is based primarily in the field, they are required to manage administrative duties related to team management, documentation, and data reporting.
Service Coordinators are in the field 80% of the time, spending 20% of their time in Green City Academy, GCF’s classroom component of the Service Corps. The main responsibility of the Service Coordinator is supervising AmeriCorps members and leveraging their team to accomplish community-centered service goals. The following responsibilities are listed in the order of priority and percent of time expected.