Executive Director - Friends of Merrymeeting Bay
Friends of Merrymeeting Bay seeks an Executive Director; a passionate activist, with deep love of this place to take our group into the future. FOMB is the only organization in Maine taking a holistic approach to environmental work; mixing research, advocacy, education and land conservation. We are an active, membership-driven grassroots non-profit dedicated to the preservation, protection, and enhancement of this unique ecosystem and those relating to it. Full-time position. Salary (33-49K range) commensurate with experience. Application instructions and complete job description at www.fomb.org .
Environmental Science Educator and Backpacking Instructor - NatureBridge
NatureBridge in the Mid-Atlantic region is currently seeking Environmental Science Educators to lead a summer program based in Shenandoah National Park, VA. Educators teach and facilitate a 13-day program for a diverse group of international high school students, including a 7-day backpacking trip, individual science research projects, and several days in Washington DC. This is an intensive program requiring evening work and being on-call overnight. The position runs from July 6th-July 30th 2018, with paid training days included. Top candidates will possess a passion for working with high school students and teaching environmental science, experience leading backpacking trips, and be skilled in outdoor leadership and risk management.
Chief Operating Officer - NatureBridge
The Chief Operating Officer is the key leader empowered to drive mission impact, oversee effective program delivery, and optimize NatureBridge’s operations. The Chief Operating Officer will build the team and infrastructure required to ensure the effectiveness of campuses. This individual is responsible for optimizing all operations across campus locations--from the signing of a school’s sales contract, to student arrival and stay on campus, and time in the field with educators. The Chief Operating Officer guides the senior leadership team and drives accountability against the long-range strategy through identified success measures and our Outcomes, Goals, Strategies, Tactics, and Measurement (OGSTM) framework.
Guardians of Flushing Bay & Riverkeeper Program Coordinator - Riverkeeper
ABOUT THE POSITION: Together, Riverkeeper and the Guardians seek a full-time employee, with work evenly split between the organizations. For the Guardians, the Program Coordinator will coordinate the efforts of the organization and advance clean water goals for the Flushing Waterways. For Riverkeeper, the Program Coordinator will focus on stormwater, wastewater, and clean water issues within New York City. Over the course of the year, time will be evenly split between both organizations, though during any given week time will be allocated flexibly according to agreed priorities between Riverkeeper and The Guardians and will be jointly managed by the organizations.
Director of Capacity Building - Groundwork USA
We seek a Director of Capacity Building to lead our programs to support community-based strategies advancing equity, health and resilience in low-income neighborhoods across the nation. Responsibilities include leading staff and consultants in providing direct technical assistance, hosting workshops and training programs, presenting webinars, and producing tools and resources for practitioners; developing new programs and projects; representing Groundwork USA in national partnerships and diverse public setting; advancing the state of practice and building support for our work; budget development, grant administration, project management, contracting; contributing to our continued progress as an inclusive, culturally competent organization.
Facilities Technician - Greensgrow
The Facilities Technician will work with the general manager to assure that all departments have the tools to operate efficiently. Ensure that all equipment is maintained in good working order and be able to take direction and complete projects in a timely manner. This is a year-round position, hours will vary by season and by project from 25-40 hours per week.
Produce Buyer - Greensgrow
The Produce Buyer’s role is to be the lead contact in all fruit and vegetable purchases for Greensgrow’s food departments, and is an integral part of Greensgrow’s food access programs. This position reports to Greensgrow’s Fresh Food Manager, and will supervise a seasonal driver in coordinating pickup and distribution of products.
Program Coordinator - Rhode Island Land Trust Council
This part time position is an opportunity to play a leadership role in RI's land conservation community. The Program Coordinator will primarily be responsible for outreach to, and communications with, land trust leaders in RI to implement programs that: · Help land trusts to network and coordinate with each other · Provide education, training and services to build and strengthen land trusts' capacity · Increase land trust visibility and advance community engagement efforts The ideal candidate will have working knowledge or previous experience working with land trusts. For a full job description and to apply, go to: http://www.tsne.org/program-coordinator-rhode-island-land-trust-council
Coastal Resilience Specialist - Eastern Shore Land Conservancy
The Eastern Shore Land Conservancy (ESLC) seeks qualified candidates for the full-time position of Coastal Resilience Specialist to help ESLC build regional capacity for climate adaptation and to assist communities in planning for climate impacts and implementing adaptation and resilience strategies. ESLC is a nonprofit organization that serves six rural counties in Maryland. The Coastal Resilience Specialist will report to the Director of Strategic Initiatives and work with internal and external partners to deliver ESLC's strategic priorities, serving on project teams and in other roles as assigned by the Leadership Team. Please visit the link above for the full job posting and application instructions. Applications are due February 28th.
Development Manager - New England Grassroots Environment Fund
The Grassroots Fund seeks to energize and nurture long term civic engagement in local initiatives that create and maintain healthy, just, safe and environmentally sustainable communities. We achieve this by using Dollars, Stories, Tools and Collaborations to fuel local activism and social change. Applicants are encouraged to review the Guiding Values (https://grassrootsfund.org/dollars/guiding-values) before submitting an application. We are currently seeking a part-time (32 hr/week) Development Manager to assist the Executive Director in growing relationships with existing donors and new donors while also expanding the organization's overall fundraising (foundations and sponsorships) and visibility.