Policy Analyst (Energy & Environment) - WattTime
WattTime is an environmental nonprofit with a twist: we developed the groundbreaking technology known as Automated Emissions Reduction (AER). While so many environmental nonprofits spend lots of time trying to get regulators to enact good public policy, we spend almost all our time enabling businesses to voluntarily slash emissions with AER. As WattTime’s first Policy Analyst, you will apply your public policy savviness to identify, analyze, and engage with regulatory proceedings that could leverage remarkable rapid emissions reduction opportunities. You will then steer those proceedings from the policy side, though with lots of support on the technical, awareness-raising, and other aspects of the work.
Executive Director - Environment Erie
Environment Erie is searching for an new executive director to manage staff, oversee grant writing and execution, develop and execute fundraising initiatives, and over see program development. Graduate degrees preferred. CFRE certification preferred.
Communications Coordinator - Pike County Conservation District
This is a challenging position involving planning and implementation of natural resource conservation education and outreach programs and events, developing and assembling outreach communications, and coordinating opportunities for reaching target audiences in the community. Requires strong motivation and initiative, excellent communication skills, organizational abilities, and computer knowledge. Experience in media outreach, public relations, marketing, and social media is required. Bachelor's Degree in Marketing or Communication with science or environmental minor or Bachelor’s Degree in environmental education, environmental science or a related field and one to two years of related experience. Application deadline: August 1, 2019.
ACE EPIC USFS CA: Visitor Center & Recreation Manager - American Conservation Experience
United States Forest Service Resource Assistants Program (RAP) is a rigorous and immersive, paid placement for individuals interested in Forest Service careers. Resource Assistants work under the supervision of Forest Service staff to complete mission-critical work that demonstrates leadership, critical thinking, and strategic communication. Through collaboration, training, and mentorship, resource assistants gain the tools to launch their natural and cultural resource careers. The American Conservation Experience (ACE), a Non-Profit Conservation Corps based in Flagstaff, Arizona, in partnership with the United States Forest Service (USFS) Eldorado National Forest, is seeking a Visitor Center & Recreation Manager.
Farmland Access Program Director - Vermont Land Trust
We're looking for a full-time director to lead the program and provide farmland access services. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in farm business planning, farm technical or business advising, farming experience, and familiarity with farmland conservation. Must have excellent communication and problem-solving skills, strong project management skills, supervisory or leadership experience, and a passion for farming, food systems work, and land conservation. To learn more about us, the job, and how to apply, visit vlt.org/jobs. Apply by: August 2, 2019. VLT is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Office Manager - The Deering Estate Foundation
The Office Manager is responsible for the organization and oversight of daily operations and procedures. This position requires attention to detail, time management skills, and multi-tasking. The key responsibilities of this role are to oversee the membership and volunteer programs, provide administrative support to the Executive Director for data management and reporting needs, and general office operations for the Foundation. Responsible for training and oversight of Foundation membership, sponsor, corporate, and donor management programs and retention activities, ensuring digital mail-merge templates, personal information, and database is up to date, providing regularly scheduled membership and contribution reports, and other duties.
Manager, Digital Marketing - National Forest Foundation
In this new role, we are seeking a dedicated and talented Manager, Digital Marketing to support stewardship and lead the growth of online fundraising and engagement programs. This position will execute strategies and techniques via email, website promotions, and other digital channels. The Manager will develop and implement marketing strategies to support fundraising across the organization and ensure the NFF is stewarding its funders and donors strategically. If you consider yourself a digital wizard, with a passion for public lands and a commitment to outstanding donor service, then this may be the career move you’ve been seeking!
Coordinator - Mass Land Trust Coalition
The Massachusetts Land Trust Coalition (aka ‘MassLand’) works to advance land protection in Massachusetts by providing education, tools, networking, and advocacy support for land trusts and their partners. We intend to hire a part-time (24 hours per week) coordinator to oversee and coordinate the essential functions of our operations, including the supervision of part-time employees as well as interacting with the Massachusetts land trust community. MLTC is a growing organization and, for the right candidate, this position could offer the potential for growth and advancement.
Organizing Director - OneAmerica
OneAmerica is an Equal Opportunity Employer and strongly encourage women, people of color and LGBTQ candidates to apply. OneAmerica is a Seattle-based nonprofit whose mission is to advance the fundamental principles of democracy and justice by building power in immigrant communities. The Organizing Director will report to the Deputy Director and will serve on the senior leadership team while directly supervising a team of five organizers. This role is perfect for someone who is self-motivated, dedicated to investing in the leadership of their team, creative, results-oriented, and eager to operationalize transformative organizing in immigrant and refugee communities. This person will bring a deep understanding of grassroots leadership
LeaderShift Training Program - Grand Canyon Trust
The Grand Canyon Trust is launching a free, week-long training program for young environmental justice leaders! Join us for seven intensive days of leadership training as we share stories, build community, and reflect on our connections to the Colorado Plateau. LeaderShift equips young people with diverse skill sets to create environmental and social change in their communities. This program, created by and for young people, will provide great experiences to curious newcomers and seasoned activists alike! You will enhance your leadership skills and build connections with activists who are effecting change across the Southwest.