Work at NEWMOA

As a not-for-profit organization that works to protect the environment in the Northeast, NEWMOA provides employees with the opportunity to make a difference. NEWMOA staff frequently work with key decision makers at the local, state, and federal levels. They coordinate in-person meetings; organize virtual meetings, webinars, workshops, and conferences; lead training courses and make presentations; conduct research and prepare reports and other documents; produce a newsletter and other outreach materials; develop online databases and information resources; and much more. If you are interested in joining our team or providing contracted services to support our work, check below for current openings, internship opportunities, and RFPs.

Project Managers for NEWMOA’s Clearinghouses: Interstate Chemicals Clearinghouse (IC2), Interstate Mercury Education and Reduction Clearinghouse (IMERC), and the Toxics in Packaging Clearinghouse (TPCH)  No current openings

Solid Waste, Hazardous Waste & Waste Site Cleanup – Senior Project Staff or Project Manager (based on experience)  No current openings

NEWMOA is an equal opportunity employer and provider.

Values & Organizational Culture

NEWMOA strives to create and support an organizational culture that reflects its values. The Association:

Supports a Productive & Desirable Work Environment by

  • Encouraging and supporting the career development of its employees
  • Supporting the health and well-being of its employees
  • Demonstrating that it has earned the public’s trust and employees’ pride
  • Striving to be an environmental leader in its operations
  • Recognizing exceptional staff performance
  • Encouraging staff to pursue educational opportunities
  • Promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in NEWMOA’s work environment and decision-making
  • Employing practices that ensure institutional knowledge transfer for a stable, lasting, and well-integrated organization

Provides an Environmentally Conscious Workplace & Meeting Space by

  • Implementing pollution prevention, waste reduction, repair, reuse, recycling, and composting practices in NEWMOA’s workplace
  • Working with NEWMOA’s building management to adopt green approaches
  • Selecting meeting spaces that have implemented green practices
  • Encouraging staff to continuously learn about and share new environmentally preferable purchasing practices and other green initiatives that can be implemented by the Association and its membership

Facilitates Respectful Engagement by

  • Welcoming contributions by all without bias or discrimination
  • Encouraging the free exchange of ideas and information
  • Empowering all levels of management and staff to contribute
  • Creating a clear structure and process for communications
  • Treating all staff, members, and stakeholders fairly and with respect

Innovates & Practices Continuous Improvement by

  • Seeking new techniques and technologies to increase efficiency and effectiveness
  • Learning about how state members and others are improving their administrative and programmatic activities
  • Utilizing information technology and social media to improve workflow and communication