Climate Resilience Program Coordinator
The Center for Environmentally Threatened Communities (CETC) at ANTHC is looking for a Climate Resilience Program Coordinator who will act as a community catalyst in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Region to join our team.
This exciting position is the first of its kind and we’re looking for a highly motivated person to work with people in communities to increase their capacity to adapt to the impacts of climate change! Our ideal candidate:
- Lives in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Region, ideally Bethel, and has established relationships with community members across the region
- Will bring their experience in grant writing and project management skills to the position
- And, has worked on community infrastructure projects in the past
Funded by a grant from the Denali Commission, the Center for Environmentally Threatened Communities (CETC) at the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC) has a dedicated team that works with environmentally threatened communities across Alaska who are experiencing infrastructure impacts associated with flooding, erosion, and permafrost degradation. We do this by working closely with community members to understand their needs and priorities, identifying Federal and State resources that can help, and grant writing.
For more information and to submit an application, to the anthc.org, navigate to Job Openings and find the job description under Program Coordinator (Grant Writer) - Climate Resilience under the Professional - health care category.