Development and Engagement Officer - Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center
At Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center, all of our work is based around one simple idea: people will protect what they care about, and they will care about what they know. As the Development and Engagement Officer, you will strategically lead all aspects of our fundraising and communication efforts. You are a department of one, directly shaping the development strategy of the organization. This year, Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center is celebrating our 30th anniversary, and you can be a catalyst to achieving our vision for the next 30 years.
Lake Tahoe West Senior Project Lead - National Forest Foundation
: In this role, we are seeking a dedicated Lake Tahoe West Senior Project Lead who will provide overall strategic project leadership and facilitation, mediation, and project management for several project teams; and who will focus on leading the Lake Tahoe West Restoration Partnership through project planning and permitting (https://www.nationalforests.org/laketahoewest).
Program Assistant - Environment Program - Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation has an immediate opening in its Flint office for a program assistant in the Addressing the Freshwater Challenge area of its Environment program. The individual filling this position will be part of a seven-person team working on the Foundation’s environmental grantmaking. Please visit www.mott.org for the complete position announcement and how to apply for this position.
Director of DC Strategy - People’s Action Institute (501c3)/People’s Action (501c4)
People’s Action/ Institute is seeking a motivated leader who can both represent and drive forward our federally-oriented work in Washington, DC. This work includes national fights for Improved Medicare for All, for a 100% Just & Clean Energy for All, a Homes Guarantee, Free College for All, Ending the Overdose Crisis, Decarceration, and The Future of Workers. We seek a seasoned political operative with a strong track record and a rootedness in and respect for community organizing. The Director of DC Strategy must wear many hats, including strategic campaign planner, lobbyist, coalition builder, and policy spokesperson.
Senior Accountant - Defenders of Wildlife
The Senior Accountant performs a variety of accounting duties, with a focus on Defenders of grant accounting and cash receipts. - Establish new sub-accounts within the General Ledger and reporting software for new restricted grants received - Record all restricted grants received in the General Ledger in accordance with FAS 116 - Review all grant allocation forms and establish timesheet templates to be in accordance with salarie
Catalyst Organizer - City Parks Foundation/Partnerships for Parks
Catalyst, a program of Partnerships for Parks, harnesses the resources of City Parks Foundation, NYC Parks, and local partners to improve high needs parks and build community in historically under-served neighborhoods. The Catalyst Organizer will connect local residents, groups, and community-based organizations with local open spaces; foster community-building activities among local residents and groups; and promote parks as a community resource for civic engagement, activation, programming, and environmental stewardship. The Catalyst Organizer will lead engagement in 3 - 5 sites at any given time, which shift every 1 - 2 years. The Catalyst Organizer will be expected to work as part of a team and reports to the Director of Catalyst.
Conservation Policy Intern - Defenders of Wildlife
The internship is designed to provide a wide range of administrative and programmatic experience with conservation issues of national significance. The intern can expect to work on a variety of public lands related issues, including endangered species conservation, public lands management, and defense against damaging resource extraction and commercial use of wildlife habitats. They will learn how science, law and policy are employed to protect, strengthen and expand public lands conservation.
Vice President for Strategic Communications - Vermont Land Trust
Vermont Land Trust is looking for an experienced, dynamic and creative professional to collaboratively create and implement a vision for marketing, communications, and fundraising programs to advance our expanding strategic vision. Elevate VLT’s brand, share our message, increase donor engagement, and support VLT’s mission. Work in close partnership with the President & CEO as well as the Board of Trustees, serve on the Leadership Team, and lead and collaborate with a diverse and talented community relations staff. We are seeking an experienced communications leader with a demonstrated track record of success. Apply by June 14.
Planning Analyst in the Drinking Water and Groundwater Bureau - NH Department of Environmental Services
Performs various data management duties including designing, analyzing, interpreting and integrating information management procedures of diverse programs and organizations. Develops data management policies, regulations, and systems for performing quality control and extraction/import of data involving all DWGB program databases and other pertinent databases, including the Federal Safe Drinking Water Information System. Education: Master's degree from a recognized college or university with major study in statistics, mathematics, economics, health services research or administration, computer science, environmental science, or related field. Experience: 3 years' professional experience w/data collection and analysis.
Communications & Outreach Coordinator - Vermont Land Trust
Entry to mid-career position. Bring Vermont Land Trust's work alive through stories shared on social media, our website, videos, and publications. Support fundraising work by crafting compelling letters, telling the stories of conservation supporters, and creating engaging fundraising materials. Help connect people to the land by managing VLT's events programming. Apply by May 14.