Apply to be director of the Detroit 2030 District (USGBC Detroit Regional)
USGBC Detroit Regional is seeking a director for its Detroit 2030 District program.
USGBC Detroit Regional is seeking proposals for the position of Director for the Detroit 2030 District, a program of the Detroit Regional community.
This is a contract position, anticipated to be part-time at approximately 15–20 hours per week, to support the work of the 2030 District in achieving its goals. The position is grant-funded for the calendar year 2017, and compensation is expected to be in the range of $40–50 per hour and to not exceed the allocated grant funding. It is in the community advancement department of USGBC Detroit Regional and reports to the Director of Community, Michigan.
The Detroit 2030 District is a unique public-private partnership of corporate, government and nonprofit stakeholders working together to increase the sustainability of buildings in downtown Detroit. Specifically, the Detroit 2030 District seeks to reduce energy use, water use and transportation emissions related to downtown buildings within the designated 2030 District by the year 2030.
The mission of USGBC is to transform the way buildings and communities are designed, built and operated, enabling an environmentally and socially responsible, healthy and prosperous environment that improves the quality of life.
For further details and to apply, see the request for proposals.