So you like dirt, trees, clean storm drains, and puppy dogs too?! Well then, we’re glad you found your way to our job opportunities.
Although our headquarters is in a renovated warehouse near Fountain Square (across from Dairy Queen and Sam’s Silver Circle … double score), we serve residents and communities all over Marion County. From cleanups to tree plantings, KIB works in all places, with all people, in all weather.
FULL TIME POSITIONS:
APPLICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION WILL BE OPEN UNTIL NOVEMBER 14.
You will work with KIB’s Community Forestry team to plant approximately 1,000 trees in neighborhoods and parks annually. Community Forestry is KIB's initiative to strategically plant trees throughout Indianapolis. Our goal is to plant 100,000 trees in Marion County. We have planted 55,000 trees so far! Working with a number of partners, including the City of Indianapolis, Citizens Energy Group, neighborhood groups, and corporate groups, KIB is planting approximately 3,600 trees each year.
APPLICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION WILL BE OPENING SOON.
Sorry! We do not have any part-time positions open. Please check back!
Interns are a vital part of the KIB team—we have them in almost every department! Our interns get to work independently on inspiring projects that benefit our city.
YOUTH TREE TEAM
The Youth Tree Team helps our city’s trees grow! YTT is a seven-week summer job for high school students and college-age leaders who are interested in improving their community through tree care and gaining leadership experience. Work season runs June through July; extended spring and fall employment is possible. 2019 applications open in January.
The Urban Naturalist program focuses on work readiness for college students and recent graduates who are interested in environment-related fields. This is an excellent opportunity to explore different types of green-collar careers while gaining work experience. Urban Naturalists take part in enrichment activities that include networking with environmental leaders and touring green industries. Work season begins part-time in mid-late April and extends to full-time opportunities during the summer as schedules allow. 2019 applications open in January.
KIB helps people and nature thrive most effectively when we reflect the diversity of perspectives, voices, and abilities found throughout our city. The principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion are essential to our work—from supporting biodiversity in nature to engaging communities. KIB is an equal opportunity employer that encourages applicants—including persons of color; people who are LGBTQ; veterans; people who are multilingual or multicultural; and individuals of various ages and abilities—to help us create a team with a broad range of backgrounds and thinking.