Senior Staff Attorney - The Wilderness Society
The Senior Staff Attorney will play a key role in developing and implementing TWS’ programmatic litigation and legal strategy as part of a cross-functional legal team that works in service of the organization and its programmatic priorities in an integrated and collaborative manner. This includes building eventual legal cases from the ground-up through engagement in agency decision-making processes, utilizing the law to advance protective policies and outcomes, and establishing a strong record for eventual administrative challenges or litigation. As in-house counsel, the Sr. Staff Attorney will implement TWS’ legal engagement in public land management decision-making, including bringing legal expertise campaigns and supporting litigation.
Internships - New Jersey League of Conservation Voters
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Grant Coordinator - Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program
The University of Vermont seeks applications for a Grant Coordinator with the Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) program. Northeast SARE is a 12-state competitive grants program, hosted by the University of Vermont and funded by USDA. This Grant Coordinator position manages the Graduate Student Research Grant program and Research for Novel Approaches in Sustainable Agriculture Grant program.
Director of Freshwater Strategies - University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
Lead the designation process for a National Estuarine Research Reserve (NERR) for the Green Bay ecosystem and to lead water-centric strategic partnerships (we want a dedicated employee focused on the project and on external relationships and communication). The position is listed as the Director of Freshwater Strategy, and will have a dual reporting structure to the Dean of the Cofrin School of Business and to the Dean of the College of Science, Engineering, and Technology. This is a project based position that we anticipate will be active for 4 to 5 years.
Executive Assistant, Office of the CEO - Oceana, Inc.
If you are looking to make a difference in the world and have a passion for protecting and restoring the abundance of the oceans, then this might be the place for you. Oceana’s Office of the CEO is looking for an Executive Assistant. This is a unique opportunity for someone who is interested in both management and ocean conservation. The Executive Assistant is a person who thrives in fast-paced environments with rapidly changing needs, is comfortable multi-tasking and handling highly confidential matters with tact and discretion while maintaining a collaborative alliance with internal and external stakeholders. The ideal candidate must have excellent written and verbal communication skills and must be willing to accept a varied ...
Coordinator, Center for Conservation Innovation - Defenders of Wildlife
This position provides program and administrative support to the Center for Conservation Innovation (CCI) at Defenders of Wildlife. The Coordinator assists with program work and provides support to CCI staff, with priorities determined and assigned by the Director. S/he is responsible for maintaining general knowledge of all of CCI’s key projects to help communicate our work with internal and external partners and provide administrative assistance. This position also serves as a “trouble-shooter” in helping to solve problems and completing various tasks. Assignments are results-oriented, requiring substantial discretion on the part of the Coordinator in determining how to meet identified goals (e.g., researching a factsheet, organizing....
Policy Advisor, California Field Conservation - Defenders of Wildlife
This professional-level position is responsible for contributing to the development and implementation of Defenders of Wildlife’s strategic plan, with an emphasis on federal lands management policy and planning and the conservation of at-risk species and their habitats in California. This position requires legal and policy knowledge and experience in a broad array of California-specific natural resource conservation issues, including endangered species, federal land management policy and planning, environmental and administrative law and procedures, landscape-level planning and conservation biology. Existing relationships with key stakeholders, agencies and organizations engaged in conserving California public lands, wildlife and habitat..
Vice President, Philanthropy - Defenders of Wildlife
The Vice President of Philanthropy is responsible for providing strategic direction and leadership for the Development department, cultivating revenue streams and developing avenues for fundraising while furthering Defenders of Wildlife’s mission. S/he will set and meet annual restricted and unrestricted revenue goals through planned giving, foundation support, special events and mid-level and major donor giving, while leading a team of fundraising professionals. In addition, s/he works with the President and CEO and other senior leadership on strategizing on major fundraising campaigns and targeted initiatives. S/he engages with the Board of Directors on Development fundraising and actively participates as a member of the Leadership Team a
Executive Director - Schoolyard Roots
The Executive Director (ED) has overall responsibility for implementing the goals of Schoolyard Roots. The ED works closely with the staff and the Board of Directors, as well as partner agencies, supporters, and the community. - The ED is responsible for financial management, fundraising, drafting and implementing the annual budget, staff development, donor stewardship, and overseeing the administrative activities of the organization. - The ED works with the staff to create and follow through on all programming, and works with board and staff on developing and implementing strategies that will ensure long-term sustainability of the organization. View full positon description and learn more at schoolyardroots.org/careers!
Wetland Restoration Outreach Coordinator - Truckee Meadows Parks Foundation
The Wetland Restoration Outreach Coordinator VISTA will help develop community partnerships and exposure for the proposed Truckee Meadows Nature Study Area Wetland Restoration Project. This person will develop a marketing and outreach plan used to create community partnerships and promote the Wetland Restoration Project via social media, traditional media, and streamlined website design. Timeline for Service: May 11, 2020 - May 10, 2021