Fellow - Roddenberry Fellowship
The Roddenberry Fellowship is a new 12-month program for activists from across the country who are working to protect the most vulnerable and to make the US a more inclusive and equitable place to live. Twenty Fellows will be selected to receive $50,000 each, as well as tailored support, to help implement a project or initiative in one of four areas: Civil Rights, Climate Change & Environmental Justice,Immigration & Refugee Rights, or LGBTQIA & Women’s Rights. The Foundation does not aim to dictate how Fellows plan to bring about change on a chosen issue. It’s up to each Fellow, but we are interested in impact. We also favor innovative approaches.
Southeast PA Outreach Coordinator (Philadelphia, PA) - PennFuture
The Outreach Coordinator is the public face of the organization in southeast Pennsylvania. He or she is responsible for building and maintaining relationships with PennFuture constituents, including coalition partners, and representing PennFuture’s positions to the general public. The Outreach Coordinator educates PennFuture members, the environmental advocacy community, and decision makers about environmental issues with an emphasis on climate, the Delaware River watershed, green infrastructure, sustainability, and energy-related policies. The Outreach Coordinator works with a team of professionals including attorneys, policy experts, media professionals, and other outreach staff.
Olympics Field Forester - The Nature Conservancy, Washington Chapter
The Olympics Field Forester is responsible for executing forest stewardship and management activities on The Nature Conservancy’s Clearwater and Hoh Forest Reserves (approx. 16K acres). May also assist with forest management on the Conservancy’s forest holdings in the Willapa Bay area (approx. 15K acres). Primary forest management goal is to restore late-successional forest structure and function to these properties while also generating financial and social benefits. They work closely with a Washington forest management team to carry out essential functions including land management & forestry, community relations, and project management and administration. This is a mid-level position. Submission deadline: 11:59 p.m. EST on August 11
Conservation Coordinator, Lands - The Nature Conservancy, Washington Chapter
The Conservation Coordinator will provide a variety of administrative and support services for land conservation and transaction programs in Washington (specifically forests, stewardship and conservation transactions), including project management, team coordination, meeting logistics, information management, and other support as needed. This is a junior position and requires willingness to travel (sometimes overnight) throughout WA State, work overtime, and work evenings and weekends as needed. Requires: Bachelor’s degree and 2 years related work experience OR Associate’s degree and 4 years related work experience OR equivalent combination of education and experience. Submission deadline: 11:59 p.m. EST on August 31, 2017.
Grants Specialist - The Nature Conservancy, Washington Chapter
The Grants Specialist provides specialized public awards administration and finance/accounting-related services for TNC WA. This is a mid-level position that collaborates with staff at all levels of the organization to accomplish program goals. Within the scope of this position, the Grants Specialist will: Negotiate public awards, which can bind the organization financially or legally; administer public awards; ensure programmatic commitments, internal policies and procedures, financial standards and external donor/legal requirements are met and managed for compliance, and reinforce consistency in the organization's policies and procedures and provides support related to relevant field. Submission Deadline: 11:59 p.m. EST on August 24
Operations Assistant - The Nature Conservancy, Washington Chapter
The Operations Assistant performs various administrative tasks in support of Operations functions including Finance and Accounting, Human Resources, Reception Services, and other troubleshooting tasks around the office (provide staff with information they need to make decisions and solve problems). Hours for this position are generally Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. May work overtime as needed. Qualifications: -Associate’s Degree plus 1 year experience OR equivalent combination of education and experience. -Experience working and communicating with a wide range of people. -Experience writing, editing, and proofreading written materials... Deadline for submissions: 11:59 p.m. EST on August 22, 2017
Director, Keller Science Action Center - The Field Museum
The Field Museum, one of the world’s preeminent natural history museums, seeks a dynamic, visionary conservation professional as its new Director of the Keller Science Action Center. The Director will provide leadership for the Museum’s Center that is dedicated specifically to translating the Field’s extraordinary collections, scientific expertise, and education excellence into targeted action for conservation and quality of life. The Director leads a staff of more than 30 skilled scientists and education professionals. The Director collaborates with staff from across the Museum and especially Science and Education, to advance The Field Museum’s collections-inspired work to explore, explain, and sustain biological and cultural diversity.
Senior Leader, Energy Efficiency + Policy - South-central Partnership for Energy Efficiency as a Resource
SPEER, the South-central Partnership for Energy Efficiency as a Resource, is a small but growing educational not-for-profit organization. SPEER is one of six regional energy efficiency organizations (REEOs) recognized by the US Department of Energy. SPEER’s mission is to accelerate the adoption of advanced building systems and energy efficient products and services in the South-central US. Our purpose is to advance the understanding and adoption of energy efficiency as a low-cost energy resource. The organization is looking for self-starters who have 10+ years experience in energy efficiency, air quality, city planning, or energy markets. See full description at link.
Science Education Fundraising Associate (part time, contract) - Earthwatch Institute
Earthwatch is an international environmental nonprofit organization that engages people in scientific field research and education. This role will support high school teachers across New York City in fundraising for student experiential learning trips on Earthwatch expeditions. S/he will meet with each teacher, learn what families can contribute and how much funding the teacher has already raised, and create a fundraising plan. S/he will then work with each teacher to execute the fundraising plan which may include: grant writing, seeking funds from local businesses, selling of goods (ex. bake sale), crowd funding, and other grassroots fundraising efforts. This position is ideal for a charismatic self starter with entrepreneurial drive.
Program Coordinator, Bilingual (Spanish) - Earthwatch Institute
Earthwatch is an international environmental nonprofit organization that engages people in scientific field research and education. We are seeking an organized and adaptable individual, with experience in coordinating international programs and a solid understanding of science and sustainability. The Program Coordinator will be responsible for supporting Program Managers in the creation and delivery of citizen science programs and projects. S/he will be responsible for all aspects of preparing participants for their expeditions, in Spanish and in English, and stewarding scientists. The role requires creativity and flexibility in an often fast paced environment. For full details and to apply, follow the link above.