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Spring Internships - Center for Conservation Innovation - Defenders of Wildlife

Posted: July 13, 2020
Location: Washington (DC)

Four Topics: - Conservation Science - Endangered Species Policy - User-Centered Design - Geoinformatics & Data Science OVERVIEW: Defenders of Wildlife, a national, nonprofit environmental organization dedicated to the protection of all native animals and plants in their natural communities, seeks Interns to work in its Center for Conservation Innovation (CCI). Launched in 2017, CCI works at the intersection of science, technology, and policy to develop creative, practical solutions to improve wildlife conservation. The Intern will directly contribute to one of CCI’s core objectives of providing science support to staff across Defenders’ departments...

Policy Analyst, Private Lands - Defenders of Wildlife

Posted: July 13, 2020
Location: Washington (DC)

This professional-level position will contribute to Defenders of Wildlife’s strategic goal of securing new wildlife conservation initiatives, policies, and laws. This goal is met through helping develop and advocate for national policies to promote wildlife conservation on private lands, including protection and restoration of habitat on private lands, securing adequate funding for wildlife conservation on private lands, and expanding conservation partnerships with private landowners, land trusts and other stakeholders.

Executive Director - Sacramento Tree Foundation

Posted: July 13, 2020
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Sacramento (CA)

Unique opportunity to serve as Executive Director of Sacramento Tree Foundation. ED oversees all aspects of the organization including leadership, management, program development & oversight, Board relations, public & government relations, and fund development. Along with knowledge of urban forestry/natural resource management and ability to articulate crucial role trees play in building thriving communities, successful candidates will have the skills and personal attributes to be an effective leader who can partner with Board to accomplish the STF mission. STF has 27 staff and $2.6M budget. Competitive salary + benefits. Resume/Cover Ltr. by 7/24 to [email protected]

Nevada State Director (Reno or Las Vegas Preferred) - The Nature Conservancy

Posted: July 13, 2020
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Reno or Las Vegas (NV)

The key role of the State Director is to lead, manage, and inspire the chapter staff and trustees to collectively achieve the maximum contribution to the organization’s mission. They ensure success in conservation and fundraising programs and contribute intellectual, financial and human resources to priority, cross-boundary initiatives. They support alignment of activities by securing, coordinating and configuring resources, capacity and programs to address the most critical conservation priorities of the organization at multiple scales. They are responsible for collaborating with others across the division and throughout the organization on the procurement and application of resources in Nevada.

Executive Director - Harvard Conservation Trust

Posted: July 10, 2020
Posted by: Adam Meier
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Harvard, MA / Remote (MA)

The Executive Director, working under the direction of the HCT Board of Trustees, is responsible for advancing the mission of the Trust through leadership in the areas of land protection and stewardship, donor development, marketing and community outreach, and the establishment of partnerships with other organizations. The ED also oversees certain administrative operations of HCT, including grant writing, record keeping, reporting, and contracts. The position is a remote and part-time (non-benefited) role of 32 hours/week. Must be available for local meetings, including weekday evenings, and occasional weekend events.

Manager, Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) Partners - Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia

Posted: July 9, 2020
Posted by: Anna Shipp
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Philadelphia (PA)

SBN’s GSI Partners Manager will be responsible for the following, and other related duties: • Lead the implementation and evaluation of current and future GSI Partners activities • Develop and maintain strong working relationships with businesses in the local GSI industry; developers and property owners; the Philadelphia Water Department; and other relevant local and regional stakeholders regarding programmatic activities and to advance advocacy goals • Regularly engage members and other stakeholders to share knowledge and best practices, explore business opportunities, and discuss strategies to grow the region’s GSI industry and innovation • Represent SBN on relevant external committees and advisory groups

Program Associate - Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia

Posted: July 9, 2020
Posted by: Anna Shipp
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Philadelphia (PA)

SBN’s Program Associate plays a critical role in supporting the successful implementation and expansion of SBN’s robust programmatic calendar, including: • Assist with the planning and execution of SBN’s 30+ annual programs, events, and other activities • Assist in monitoring spending related to programs and events • Provide program and event registration and check-in support to members and other guests • Provide technical assistance to members, including during the join and renewal process • Assist in identifying prospective members • Regularly update program databases, including but not limited to, member business information, attendance, and engagement • Provide other programmatic and administrative support as needed

Wildlife Biologist (GS-11/12) - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Posted: July 8, 2020
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Sacramento (CA)

This position serves as a supervisory lead for the Migratory Bird Permit Office with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Responsibilities Serve as the Regional Migratory Bird Biologist and Permits Branch Chief on migratory bird and some eagle permits; directly supervise and provide oversight and direction to assigned staff of the Migratory Bird Permit Office; serve as the Regional representative for national coordination on migratory bird and some eagle permits; develop and implement laws, regulations, policy, and guidance as it relates to migratory birds and eagles; and review and evaluate requests for permit actions, including population impacts of take from the wild, for all migratory bird and eagle species across the highly varied...

Biologist (GS-12/13) - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Posted: July 8, 2020
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Baileys Crossroads (VA)

This Vacancy will be open until 07/20/2020 or 100 applications are received. There are multiple vacancies for this position - please see this link for additional information about each one. Responsibilities Coordinate and facilitate activities pursuant to sections 4, 7, and 10 of the Endangered Species Act. Prepare and review rulemaking; coordinate litigation related to the program; conduct and review environmental reviews with other Federal agencies and provide outreach and build partnership to advance program goals. Recommends new policies or revisions to exiting policy to improve management control of program resources. Analyze complex biological data, reports or findings submitted for review, evaluating or writing biological...

Communications Coodinator - Grand Staircase Escalante Partners

Posted: July 7, 2020
Contact Email: [email protected]/org
Location: Escalante / Kanab (UT)

Grand Staircase Escalante Partners is seeking a part-time Communications Coordinator. This position will be responsible for helping write and distribute emails, press releases, newsletters, website updates, and social media posts. The Communications Coordinator will help manage projects and deliver campaigns for GSEP. You will help manage our donor database, attend and facilitate meetings with GSEP staff, and plan and support events. If you are interested, please see the full job description and required qualifications on our website at https://www.gsenm.org/jobs/ and send a copy of your resume and cover letter to [email protected] by July 21, 2o20.

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