Northern Rockies Conservation Director - American Rivers
The Northern Rockies Conservation Director works closely with the Northern Rockies Director to lead our river conservation efforts in Montana, Idaho and Wyoming. The Conservation Director will supervise or co-supervise fellows, interns and volunteers; conduct grassroots and grasstops outreach; interface with the media and elected officials; and assist in raising funds. The Conservation Director will lead the Northern Rockies office’s engagement in Montanans for Healthy Rivers, a coalition seeking to win new Wild and Scenic River designations on federal public lands in western Montana. For additional info go to https://americanrivers.bamboohr.com/jobs
Communications Associate - Aldo Leopold Foundation Inc
The Communications Associate is responsible for developing content to engage and grow the foundation’s social communities. Work will require outstanding visual and written communication to accomplish the intended impact and to reflect the brand and mission of the Aldo Leopold Foundation. The Communications Associate will support the work of the Communications and Marketing Coordinator to grow awareness and support for the foundation’s mission and work, increase participation in the organization’s programs with new and diverse audiences, and increase revenue. For more information and instructions for applying please visit our website: www.aldoleopold.org/employment
Donor & Member Services Associate - Aldo Leopold Foundation Inc
As the Donor & Member Services Associate, you will have the opportunity to be part of philanthropy in action, focusing much of your attention on recognizing and appreciating our existing donors while developing methods to attract new ones. By promoting the legacy of one of America’s most influential conservation figures—Aldo Leopold—you will be directly contributing to improving society’s understanding of our relationship with the natural world. You will work closely with a team of talented, passionate individuals who share a commitment to the organization’s mission. For more information and how to apply please visit our website: www.aldoleopold.org/employment
Legal Assistant - Vermont Land Trust
Vermont Land Trust (VLT), a national leader in land conservation, protects the places that make Vermont special. Our new Legal Assistant will join staff in our beautiful Montpelier headquarters and work closely with a six-person legal team to: • Draft form legal documents with staff. • Order title work, draft title-related correspondence, and maintain title tracking system. • Manage real estate closing document flow. • Provide administrative and communications support to the legal team. Bring your strong organizational skills, attention to detail, comfort with a digital work environment, desire to improve existing systems, and interest in land conservation to VLT! Learn about us, the job, and how to apply at vlt.org/employment.
Conservancy Guide - Central Park Conservancy
Central Park Conservancy Guides facilitate a variety of tours and hands-on programs focused on the Park's natural and cultural significance through the lens of the Conservancy's management. These programs inform and engage Park visitors in order to enhance their experience and foster stewardship of this world-class urban park. Job duties include, but are not limited to: Leading tours and other public programs for adults and children. Conveying the Park’s history, ecology, design, and cultural significance through tours and hands-on facilitation, while also promoting respectful use and importance of the Conservancy’s management of the Park. Supporting the visitor experience by staffing visitor centers. Tracking attendance & admin tasks
Oregon Policy Manager - Renewable Northwest
Renewable Northwest, the Northwest’s preeminent renewable energy advocacy organization, seeks a highly motivated Policy Manager to represent the organization in Oregon and support legislative, regulatory and policy activities in the state to further the development of new renewable energy resources. The office is based in Portland and the position requires regular travel to Salem and occasional travel to other areas in Oregon, Washington, Montana and Idaho. https://renewablenw.org/node/oregon-policy-manager
Washington State Policy Manager - Renewable Northwest
Renewable Northwest, the Northwest’s preeminent renewable energy advocacy organization, seeks a highly motivated Policy Manager to represent the organization in Washington and support legislative, regulatory and policy activities in the state to further the development of new renewable energy resources. The Renewable Northwest office is based in Portland, OR. The policy manager will be a remote employee based in Washington, preferably within driving distance to Olympia and Seattle. The position requires occasional travel to areas in Oregon, Washington, Montana and Idaho.
Erie PA Campaign Manager, Clean Water Advocacy - PennFuture
PennFuture seeks a Campaign Manager to lead PennFuture’s campaigns and advocacy efforts in Erie and Northwest Pennsylvania. The Campaign Manager will develop and lead bold, sophisticated, and integrated campaigns that will grow a diverse constituency in Pennsylvania’s portion of the Lake Erie watershed that is equipped to advocate for sound policy solutions to improve water quality and address a range of environmental threats. The Campaign Manager will be responsible for communicating clean water and other issues to PennFuture constituents, the general public, and decision makers.
Portfolio Director – Environmental Justice - Emerson Collective
The Portfolio Director – Environmental Justice will lead grantmaking efforts to build and support a portfolio of partnerships with nonprofit entrepreneurs and organizations, including both c3 and c4 organizations. Responsibilities will include but are not limited to: • Design and execute grantmaking strategies for the Environmental Justice portfolio, including identifying priority issues, gaps, and key organizations. Areas of interest might include supporting access to healthy food, water, energy and building resilient communities, including just supply chains and sustainable livelihoods; championing indigenous people and lands; and enabling leadership development for those underrepresented in the environmental space.
Archivist - Central Park Conservancy
The Central Park Conservancy’s archive consists of physical collections and digital assets that document the organization’s work since its founding in 1980. It includes photographs, documents, publications, maps, audio/visual materials, and other assets that are used throughout the organization. The Archivist will be responsible for ongoing administration of the existing institutional archive and collaborate with other departments to further develop a digital asset management system to meet internal needs. Responsibilities include ongoing management of digital assets, data updates and maintenance, user training, and archival research. This position supports the Communications department and works closely with the Conservancy’s historian