Leadership Team Overview
Engineers for a Sustainable World, ESW, is a growing collection of technically-minded people looking to make the world a better a place. The Leadership Team is a team of volunteers from around the country working remotely in a digital environment to run the nonprofit side of ESW.
Our general requirements, regardless of position, are as follows:
- You need to be passionate about sustainability and agree with our mission, vision, and values.
- You do need to be able to commit time to the organization, including regular conference calls. We find that in order to be effective, most positions require 5-10hrs/week on average, fluctuating by season.
- Proactiveness is important for the digital environment that we work in.
- You don't have to be familiar with ESW-HQ - we're friendly people, and we'd love to meet you.
About working with ESW
We accept applicants from all over the country. ESW volunteers work in a digital environment. We use Slack, Google Suite, and Zoom to communicate with each other. If you aren't familiar with these technologies, no worries! We'd love to teach you.
To apply, please email a position specific resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Individual Donations Coordinator
The Individuals Donation Coordinator will play a vital role in shaping ESW’s small donor and monthly giving program. This volunteer will design fundraising programs with the Executive Director and execute them on a regular basis. The Individual Donations Coordinator will maintain and grow a portfolio with a focus on less than $5,000 per donation. While fundraising experience is not required for this position, we are looking for someone eager to get their hands dirty with nonprofit development.
Chapter Relations Department
Chapter Relations Coordinator
Chapter Relations Coordinators (CRCs) are the main connection between ESW chapters and ESW-HQ. They work with chapter leaders and members to create open communication between the chapter and the rest of the ESW network, make sure chapters know about current ESW-HQ initiatives, help chapter leaders with strategic challenges, and create useful content for student chapters. CRCs also reach out to new schools in target geographical areas to find faculty and students that may be interested in starting new ESW chapters. CRCs are instrumental in onboarding these new chapters and helping them get off to a successful start.
Professional Member Relations Department
Professional Member Relations Director
The Professional Member Relations (PMR) Department is the main connection between professional members and ESW-Headquarters. The Director, along with the Professional Relations Coordinators (PRC), communicate with professional members to inform them about ongoing HQ initiatives and track/implement any feedback. They also work with the PRCs to develop and implement new initiatives that support our goals of growing our professional membership across the U.S. while empowering them to solve some of the world’s biggest sustainability challenges. The PMR Director works with the EC and other departments to meet the needs of professional members. Finally, they will occasionally be asked to represent ESW at public events as available and appropriate.
Professional Relations Coordinator
The Professional Relations Coordinator (PRC) is the main connection between professional members and ESW-Headquarters. They communicate with professional members to inform them about ongoing HQ initiatives and track/implement any feedback. They also work with the other PRCs to develop and implement new initiatives that support our goals of growing our professional membership across the U.S. while empowering them to solve some of the world’s biggest sustainability challenges.
The Programs Coordinator will manage and improve operations for ongoing program initiatives as well as design new programs that furthers ESW’s mission and strategic goals. This includes managing programs such as the Resilient CommUnity Design Challenge, Build Day and providing project support and mentoring to student chapters.
The Programs Coordinator will also work closely with the other members of the Programs, Chapter Relations, and Professional Relations team to develop and implement new initiatives for chapters, develop project guidance and tracking materials, and develop digital resources for project leaders on the project database.