Upstream Conservation Leader - Tookany/Tacony-Frankford Watershed Partnership (TTF)
The Upstream Conservation Leader will work with the Executive Director and Upstream team to engage and educate residents and stakeholders on clean water issues and challenges, including TTF’s work as a partner of the Delaware River Watershed Initiative (DRWI) established by the William Penn Foundation. The Leader’s work will support TTF’s goals to improve our watershed by engaging our communities in education, stewardship, restoration and advocacy as well as DRWI’s goals to protect and restore water quality informed by science. Please click above link for full job description and instructions to apply. Deadline: April 1, 2017
Project Associate Public Policy - Triangle Associates, Inc.
Triangle Associates is seeking an entry level public policy and collaborative governance specialist for its Seattle office to provide support for and to assist with environmental, transportation and land use projects. The overall goals of this position are to: • Support the design and implement of processes that will increase effective communication and understanding among multiple jurisdictions with shared goals, stakeholder interests and clients. • Support multi-jurisdictional decision-making in a non-advocacy, independent role that supports durable solutions Please visit http://www.triangleassociates.com/about-2/employment/ for the full job description. Deadline for application materials is April 5, 2017.
Outreach Coordinator - The Common Market
The Common Market Mid-Atlantic, a mission-driven distributor of local foods to the Mid-Atlantic region, seeks a Customer Outreach Coordinator. Our mission is to strengthen regional farms while making the local bounty accessible to communities and the schools, universities, hospitals, restaurants, and retailers that serve them. We are looking for an individual who is highly motivated, results-driven and passionate about sustainable food, in addition to having the professionalism and experience to succeed in a demanding role that is critical to the success of the organization. Please see the workable link below for the full job description
Associate Director of Philanthropy (Seattle) - The Nature Conservancy in Washington
The Associate Director of Philanthropy (ADoP) works closely with the Philanthropy team, senior leaders, conservation staff and trustees to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward a portfolio of major gift donors to The Nature Conservancy through strategic relationship management. To apply, submit resume and cover letter separately using the upload buttons addressing how you meet the qualifications for the position. Search Job ID #45288 on TNC's careers page at www.nature.org/careers. Salary: $80-95K annually Applications due: April 12, 2017 at 8:59 pm PST
Part-Time Administrative Assistant - Confluence Environmental Company
Confluence, a growing consulting firm in Seattle, is seeking a part-time Administrative Assistant. Position will support office in smooth day-to-day operations, including admin., marketing, and accounting tasks. Assignments will include reception duties, event planning, data entry, spreadsheet maintenance, meeting set-up and note-taking, report printing, supply ordering, etc. Qualified candidate will have 2 years of administrative experience, ability to prioritize tasks, and work well independently and as part of a team. 20-30 hours/week, pay range $15-$18/hr. Visit our website for a full job description: http://www.confenv.com/jobs/ Please send a cover letter and resume to [email protected] by 3/29/17. No phone calls please.
Conservation Coordinator - Northern Alaska Environmental Center
This position works at the community level, and in broader regional, state, and national coalitions—as well as with internal staff—to implement educational and grassroots advocacy strategies to prevent or mitigate the loss of intact ecosystem or subsistence resources and to keep priority wildlands free of industrial intrusion. This includes the protection of Indigenous subsistence and cultural resource rights on wildlands. We are seeking a highly motivated, goal oriented self-starter with experience in environmental campaign execution and a proven track record of innovation and success with previous organizing experience. We believe passion for our mission is the most important attribute of a candidate, and are willing to train the appoint
Director of Development - Sustainable Jersey
The Director of Development leads the development and fundraising efforts for the organization. Reporting to the Director, and working in a team environment with senior staff and the Board of Trustees, the Development Director has a leadership role in a creative and diverse development operation. The new Development Director will inherit a successful established operation and base of supporters, but in a new and fast growing organization with tremendous untapped potential. The position will play a key role in attracting and maintaining corporate sponsorships; identifying and applying for philanthropic and government grants; planning and implementing major events; and building relationships with current and future supporters.
Summer Environmental Educator (Seasonal) - Hudson River Park
The Hudson River Park Trust’s Environment and Education (E&E) Department seeks Summer Environmental Educators. Nine positions are available for the summer 2017 season. Summer Environmental Educators work with staff to achieve the Trust’s mission of protecting and managing the Hudson River Estuarine Sanctuary and improving awareness and understanding of the Hudson River through education and outreach. This position is an excellent opportunity for those interested in urban environmental education and outreach. Selected staff will gain a great understanding for NYC’s natural resources, environmental education and research projects along the Hudson River.
Associate Director of Development - University of California at Santa Cruz
Join the Social Sciences development team at UC Santa Cruz! Take your inspiration from one of the most beautiful campuses in the world. Use your fundraising abilities to advance an extraordinary student experience, high-impact research, and UCSC’s enduring leadership in social and environmental responsibility. The right person will have development experience and be ready to start working with donors and prospects across multiple disciplines. Experience in higher education preferred; an environmental background would be ideal. The position is posted at two levels. Please apply for the one you feel fits you best. Full descriptions at jobs.ucsc.edu. #1606646 – Associate Director of Development and #1606645 – Assistant Director
Communications and Marketing Coordinator - Aldo Leopold Foundation, Inc. Baraboo, WI
The Communications and Marketing Coordinator has three primary goals: connecting people with the organization’s mission and work, promoting the Leopold Center, Shack and the surrounding landscape as a major conservation destination, and presenting the land ethic as an inclusive and welcoming concept framed in terms of care for people, land and communities. The results will be growing awareness and support for the foundation’s mission and work, increased participation in the organization’s programs with diverse new audiences, and increased revenue to support the organization’s mission.