Saturday, June 29, 2024

Job Opportunity: Community Engagement Coordinator. Carolinas Adaptation Partnership. June 2024

The North Carolina Center for Coastal Algae, People, and Environment (NC C-CAPE) and the Carolinas Climate Adaptation Partnership (CAP) at NC State are seeking a full time community engagement coordinator to to lead community engagement and initiatives across a diverse portfolio of research projects relevant to environmental health disparities. The grant-funded community engagement coordinator position will begin immediately and is a full-time position with funding up to five years. The North Carolina Center for Coastal Algae, People, and Environment (NC C-CAPE) aims to understand, predict, and reduce risks to human health from cyanobacterial Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) in coastal waters of North Carolina by looking upstream and off-shore. We seek to reduce human health disparities through investments in innovative environmental data collection, data democracy, and policy. The NOAA-funded Carolinas Climate Adaptation Partnerships (CAP, formerly RISA), housed at NC State University, is committed to understanding our changing climate and addressing the impacts fairly. CAP works together with communities across the Carolinas to help predict and understand their exposure and vulnerability to climate threats, such as drought, heat, and flooding.


Bethany B. Cutts
Associate Professor
Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management
Fellow, Center for Geospatial Analytics
North Carolina State University
(919) 515-5749

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