Community IPM Coordinator— IPM Institute of North America

Full-time coordinator position available with a growing independent non-profit organization working to improve sustainability in agriculture and communities through Integrated Pest Management (IPM). The community IPM program partners with communities, including schools and other facilities to manage pests while reducing risk to occupants. Responsibilities include program outreach and communications; completing evaluation reports to confirm client compliance with program criteria; and coordinating logistics and preparing materials for meetings and in-person trainings.
The individual in this position will work with project teams, project partners, clients and project scientists to research pesticide active ingredients, toxicity and legal requirements; create outreach and informational materials; develop, implement and verify standards focused on sustainability, IPM and pesticide risk reduction. The scope of work includes communications, database management, website maintenance, standards development, training, client/program evaluation and reporting.
The ideal candidate will have strong attention to detail and demonstrated commitment to non-profit work. Excellent organizational, verbal and written communication skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office are essential. Spanish language proficiency is a plus.
Flexible schedule, 30 – 35 hours per week, hourly compensation commensurate with skills and experience ($15 – $17 per hour). Our growth provides for excellent opportunities for long-term advancement. Benefits include health insurance, retirement plan, and paid vacation and holidays. Located on the near east side of Madison.
The IPM Institute of North America, Inc. is a non-profit organization formed in 1998. Our mission is to improve sustainability in agriculture and communities by using the power of the marketplace. Our team currently works on more than a dozen projects to increase adoption of IPM and other best practices that reduce risks to health and the environment from pesticide and nutrient use in agriculture and communities, improve working conditions, soil health, water and air quality.
Send a resume, cover letter, salary history and three professional references to Richard Mansheim at 211 S. Paterson Street Suite 380, Madison, WI 53703, or email info@ipminstitute.org

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