ECC uses the State of North Carolina's PD-107 form as its Employment Application.
NC Climate Action Corps Resilience Project Coordinator
Eastern Carolina Council (ECC) is partnering with Resilience Corps NC to staff a Resilience Project Coordinator position in our region. Resilience Corps NC seeks to provide local communities with the tools they need to become more resilient to changes in the climate. ECC’s effort with this initiative builds upon the Eastern NC RISE (Regions Innovating for Strong Economies and Environment) program. An AmeriCorps team member will serve as a Resilience Project Coordinator and will serve as the Eastern Carolina Council’s primary resource for community and climate resilience. This person will help support projects and secure resources for regional and local resilience initiatives. The position will have a start date of January 16, 2024, and an end date of September 30, 2024. The Resilience Project Coordinator will develop a community assessment by meeting with local government leadership and key partners to identify what is presently in place, what works, what needs to be developed, and pinpoint areas for improvement, thereby explaining his/her community-based role with ECC. The job advertisement is at https://americorps.hiringthing.com/ . The deadline to apply is December 15th.Resilience Corps NC is managed by the Conservation Trust for North Carolina (CTNC) and is funded through the federal agency AmeriCorps and the NC Commission on Volunteerism and Community Service (Volunteer NC). The program is a part of the Resilience Service Network, and in joint efforts with other AmeriCorps NC programs, is coordinating the placement of AmeriCorps members through the NC Climate Action Corps.