Communications Officer - The Wallace Foundation
The Communications Officer is a key contributor to the success of the Foundation’s initiatives, bringing substantive expertise and experience in strategic communications to the interdisciplinary team’s work and the foundation’s overall communications strategy. The Officer is member of the interdisciplinary teams that design and implement the initiatives through which the foundation does its philanthropic work. The Officer leads the planning and design of multi-dimensional approaches to disseminate knowledge to catalyze broad impact in assigned areas of focus, and effectively manages a broad range of communications partners.
Social Media Specialist - Oceana, Inc
Oceana is seeking a Social Media Specialist to support the growth of our social media campaigning and daily outreach. This person will be a member of the Marketing and Communications social media team to help execute digital advocacy, fundraising and marketing strategy and tactics for Oceana’s overarching campaigns. Our social media team works every day to be more effective and creative in digital fundraising, advocacy and engagement. We are looking to add capacity and a creative mind to the team. This person will work with communications and campaign staff to create social media campaigns, website content, action pages and other digital content to help meet Oceana’s communication goals.
Communications Specialist - Oceana, Inc
The Communications Specialist helps raise the public profile of Oceana, the largest international organization dedicated to ocean conservation, through marketing and communications efforts and writing. These efforts aim to achieve specific press hits that will increase awareness of and support for the organization. The position shares press goals with and reports to Oceana’s International Communications Manager, and helps secure press for Oceana's international brand, development events, executive committee, board of directors, celebrity supporters, Oceana's Save the Oceans Feed the World initiative, and other ocean topics in the press.
Sustainability & Diversity Program Manager - University of California - Santa Cruz
In addition to operationally-focused sustainability efforts in carbon neutrality, zero waste, water conservation, and more, the Sustainability Office works to advance environmental sustainability and social justice, with a central focus on advancing multi-culturally relevant and inclusive approaches to caring for the environment. The Sustainability Office critically evaluates its own communications, approaches, and priorities in order to reduce bias and elevate the voices of UCSC's increasingly diverse campus community. The Sustainability and Diversity Educational Programs Manager plays a key role in supporting existing programs, as well as advancing further innovation in education, diversity, and inclusion efforts at UCSC. Job #1908924
Senior Government Relations Representative - Defenders of Wildlife
Basic Summary: This professional position is responsible for advancing Defenders of Wildlife’s legislative and administrative interests before Congress, the Administration and the media. Issue priorities are drawn from Defenders’ current priorities, including endangered species; wildlife; national wildlife refuges, national forests and public lands; and related appropriations issues. Responsibilities include: leading multi-group legislative campaigns involving direct lobbying; developing legislative strategies; leading and/or participating in inter-departmental campaign teams; leading and/or representing Defenders’ interests in national issue-based coalitions; helping to develop grassroots and communications and social media strategies..
Director of Education - Irvine Nature Center
Irvine’s Director of Education is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the Nature Center’s educational programs and exhibits, including but not limited to, school programs, public programs, urban outreach and early childhood education. The Director of Education provides leadership and direction to ensure Irvine’s programs are well-balanced, of consistent high quality, mission-focused, fiscally sound and highlight Irvine’s natural resources. The Director helps promote the Center, supervises education staff, leads programs and assists with events and long-term strategic planning. This full-time position reports to the Executive Director.
Manager, Content Marketing - National Environmental Education Foundation
We are seeking an energetic, creative self-starter to create a wide range of compelling content that aligns with NEEF’s overall strategic plan and engages our target audiences. Reporting to the Vice President, Marketing & Communications, the Manager is responsible for drafting and editing high-level marketing content of an exceptional quality that will help drive brand awareness, visits to our website, engagement on social media, SEO, and more. Along with considerable daily writing and editing, there is a particular emphasis on the ability to leverage content across platforms (web, mobile, media, social, etc.), and on understanding and using analytics to measure and report on the effectiveness and reach of NEEF’s content.
Part-time Development Associate - Sierra Club, Massachusetts Chapter
The Development Associate supports the Chapter Director to develop and implement the Chapter’s fundraising programs and activities. The Development Associate works closely with staff and volunteer leaders to develop and implement effective fundraising strategies and programs through individual solicitation, events and direct response solicitation techniques. Ensures Chapter compliance with Sierra Club fundraising policies and with relevant grant and foundation requirements. Visit https://www.sierraclub.org/massachusetts/careers to apply online. The Sierra Club is an equal opportunity employer committed to workforce diversity.
South Carolina State Director - The Nature Conservancy
The principle role of the State Director is to lead, manage, and inspire the staff and trustees of the South Carolina Chapter to collectively achieve the maximum contribution to the organization’s mission. The Director organizes staff to meet the conservation needs of South Carolina and of the global organization. S/he will lead through TNC values. The State Director reports to the Southern U.S. Division Director and works closely with the South Carolina Board of Trustees. Visit www.nature.org/careers and apply online with cover letter & resume to Job ID #47827. All resumes and required cover letters must be submitted through The Nature Conservancy’s online application system. The application deadline is August 18, 2019.
Development Assistant - Conservation Voters New Mexico & Conservation Voters New Mexico Education Fund
The Development Assistant works in a collaborative environment to support a robust and growing grassroots fundraising program that complements the organization’s overall fundraising strategy, determined in conjunction with the Development Director.