Urban Conservation Educator - The Field Museum
The Urban Conservation Educator will support the work of the Youth Conservation Action (YCA) team in the Field Museum’s Keller Science Action Center. The Field Museum’s KSAC leverages museum collections and expertise to translate science into lasting results for conservation and cultural understanding in the Chicago region and around the world. Integral to this effort is the ability to foster positive connections to nature, train the next generation of conservation leaders, and build the capacity of the Field Museum and its partners to best support future leaders. The Youth Conservation Action’s Urban Conservation Educator will support and lead environmental education and community engagement efforts.
Sustainability Compliance Auditor - IKEA
Secure that all IKEA requirements related to Sustainability are met by IKEA business partners in a Purchasing and Logistics by performing IWAY and other sustainability compliance audits in accordance with all relevant working methods. YOUR ASSIGNMENT Your Tasks Will Include Plan and perform IWAY audits, in accordance with IWAY Working Methods and all other relevant mandatory documents Responsible to gather and analyze information and facts to draw conclusions about compliance/non compliance, using auditing methods including in-depth interviews with individual and/or group interviews with different parties at supplier. Responsible for creating an understanding for supplier in order to achieve compliance. (more info on the site)
Mid-Atlantic Leadership Development Manager - River Network
River Network seeks individual to join our team as Leadership Development Manager for the Mid-Atlantic/ Chesapeake Bay region (WV, VA, Washington DC, MD, DE, PA, NJ and NY) and help increase the effectiveness of river and watershed groups and related community-based organizations throughout the Mid-Atlantic/ Chesapeake Bay region. This position will help groups define their strategies and goals, expand their community organizing and civic engagement efforts, grow their nonprofit management and leadership skills, and work together for greater impact. They will also help regional groups with our network of statewide organizations and alliances. Full-time salaried, non-exempt. Annual salary range: $55,000-$65,000.
Adirondack Chapter Director - The Nature Conservancy
Become a force for nature and a healthy planet by joining the New York team. As Adirondack Chapter Director, you will lead our work in the unique and globally significant 6,000,000 acre ‘forever wild’ Adirondack Park. Our initiatives in the Adirondack Chapter include nationally leading land conservation, aquatic and terrestrial connectivity, and climate mitigation/adaptation work. The Chapter Director is a member of the New York senior leadership team, and is responsible for the management of conservation, finance, board engagement, and philanthropy operations in the Adirondack Chapter. For a full description and to apply visit http://www.nature.org/careers. Search for Job ID# 45222. Application deadline: 5/10/2017 EOE
Advocacy Manager - Public Lab
The Advocacy Manager will be a community environmental advocate, working with groups in person and remotely to achieve their environmental advocacy objectives by building on the experiences and capacity of others in the Public Lab network. 50% of community partners will be centered in the greater New Orleans and Gulf Coast region. Broadly, the Advocacy Manager will develop systems in the Public Lab network to amplify and support the knowledge and expertise of community groups, situating these as a primary source of ideas, techniques, and strategies alongside the input of traditional expert communities (professional / institutional scientists and technologists).
Director of Development - Public Lab
The Director of Development is responsible for delivering on Public Lab's fundraising goals; the director oversees and implements the fundraising and strategic development efforts with the aim of raising $1M in the first year. This position works closely with the Executive Director, playing an important role in growing Public Lab's capacity by establishing funded high-level partnerships with organizations. The Director of Development is responsible for securing, growing, and diversifying revenue streams (grants, corporations, individual giving, in-kind support), supporting team members as they generate revenue via sales from the Public Lab online store, and setting a strategic course for organizational growth. Location is flexible.
Fellow/Senior Intern, Behavior Lab - Rare
As a Rare Senior Intern, you will gain working knowledge and valuable insight into the nonprofit, conservation and development space. Rare’s 8-week internship program will begin June 12th ending August 4th and will pay an hourly rate. Rare’s Behavior Lab Senior Internship focuses on those students who are pursuing or have completed an undergraduate or advanced degree in the social and behavioral sciences and are interested in furthering their professional knowledge in social marketing, behavioral science, and behavior change.
Development and Communications Manager - The FUND for Lake George
The Development and Communications Manager will be a key member of a dynamic team that is passionate about Lake George and will support the Executive Director, key trustees, and consultants in the development and continuous assessment/improvement of fund development, donor relations, and communications and outreach projects that include public relations, events, management, advertising, and creating brand awareness. For a complete job description, please visit our website. To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume with salary history, and a writing sample to [email protected]
Expedition Advisor - Earthwatch Institute
Use your sales savvy to help further our non-profit mission! Earthwatch is hiring an Expedition Advisor to work on our front lines recruiting people from all walks of life to participate in Earthwatch expeditions. Good fit for early career folks or people transitioning industries. The position is in our Boston, MA office.
Program Coordinator, Corporate Volunteer Program - City Parks Foundation
The Corporate Program Coordinator will be part of Partnerships for Parks’ (PfP) Volunteer Program team working to enhance the participation and visibility of private-sector corporate volunteer teams in NYC parks. The coordinator will increase corporate volunteer participation; foster collaborative relationships among corporate volunteers, NYC Parks staff, and community members; and assist in raising revenue to support PfP.