Job Board

Marketing and Communications Manager - Recompose

Posted: July 19, 2019
Posted by: Kate Stephenson
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Seattle, WA (WA)

Recompose|SEATTLE will be the first facility in the world to offer the service of natural organic reduction, where human bodies are converted into soil. The facility will function as a funeral home, and it will also be a place where families come to celebrate the lives of loved ones. The Marketing and Communications Manager will work closely with the CEO and Director of Services to build awareness of and interest in Recompose|SEATTLE and manage requests for information from press and individuals. They will define, prioritize, plan and execute a category-defining and fully integrated Go-To-Market strategy. They will also help advise and define a Recompose brand strategy as well as support the development of a fully integrated brand toolkit.

8/1/2019 - Ocean Conservancy

Posted: July 19, 2019
Posted by: J. Sarah Sorenson
Location: Washington (DC)

The Individual Philanthropy Officer will be responsible for helping steward, cultivate and solicit individual donors who have the capacity to give $1,000 or more. The position will work closely with Ocean Conservancy’s Individual Giving and Planned Giving teams to implement strategies that will increase revenue from the organization’s mid-level giving program as well as qualify prospective donors. The Officer will also be integral in efforts to raise Ocean Conservancy’s organizational visibility and presence in key geographies. This position reports to the Director of Individual Philanthropy and is part of Ocean Conservancy’s Individual Philanthropy team.

Postdoctoral position in Translational Forest Ecology, Policy and Management - USDA/UC Davis

Posted: July 18, 2019
Location: California (CA)

As part of a unique collaboration; The USDA California Climate Hub, USGS Southwest Climate Adaptation Science Center and The John Muir Institute of the Environment at the University of California Davis, have an opening for a postdoctoral fellow in translational forest ecology, policy and management. We are seeking an individual who is interested in working at the interface of science, policy and applied forest management via the translation science-based technologies for non-technically trained professionals (resource managers, policy makers, etc.). In this light, the core functions of this position are two-fold: 1. Serve as the program manager (coordination and communication specialist) for the State of California Forest Management Task..

Grants Manager and Editor - Grand Canyon Trust

Posted: July 18, 2019
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Flagstaff, AZ - Salt Lake City, UT - Denver, CO preferred. Other locations negotiable. (Remote)

Are you a strong communicator who excels at building relationships, writing winning grant proposals, and staying organized? You sound like a good fit for our new grants manager and editor position. The grants manager and editor is a two-pronged position responsible for coordinating foundation fundraising for the Trust. Foundation revenue represents 50 percent of the Trust’s annual income. The Trust’s current model of foundation fundraising is based upon a decentralized process – program staff are responsible for raising a projected amount of resources for their work. The grants manager and editor serves as the hub of this operation while the staff are the spokes. Collectively the team develops relationships with potential fund

Western New Mexico Program Associate - Conservation Voters New Mexico Education Fund

Posted: July 18, 2019
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: McKinley County (NM)

We are seeking a full-time exempt Program Associate to join our program team in western New Mexico. The Program Associate will be tasked with engaging and building relationships with McKinley and Cibola County families, community leaders and decision-makers to take action to protect the community and local watershed from environmental impacts to land, air and water. We are looking for a creative, ambitious, and goal-driven individual who enjoys working with a team, understands the importance of civic engagement in the policy process, and is passionate about building collective power in rural, Indigenous and/or communities of color. This position is based in McKinley County, and requires the ability to work a non-standard work week.

Public Lands & Wildlife Advocate - Conservation Voters New Mexico

Posted: July 18, 2019
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Santa Fe or Albuquerque (NM)

CVNM i seeking a full-time exempt Public Lands and Wildlife Advocate to develop, coordinate, and implement public policy initiatives that advance conservation on public lands, preservation and protection of wildlife, outdoor recreation, and community involvement in public lands decision making. We are looking for an ambitious, collaborative, and goal-driven individual who enjoys working with a team, understands the importance of civic engagement in the policy process, and is passionate about protecting public lands, water, wildlife, and New Mexico’s communities. This position is based in Santa Fe or Albuquerque, but remote work is possible for the right candidate, and requires the ability to work a non-standard work week.

Senior Policy Advisor - The Nature Conservancy

Posted: July 17, 2019
Location: Portland preferred with other Oregon office locations considered (OR)

Are you passionate about making lasting conservation impact through the development of proactive and reactive policy strategies that contributes to creating a world where people and nature can thrive? Does building relationships at tribal government, local, state and federal levels to advocate for strong conservation policy interest you? Our Senior Policy Advisor position could be your next career move! Read the full position description and apply by visiting www.nature.org/careers and entering job ID 47841 in the keywords search. Applications must be submitted by 8:59 PM PT on September 2, 2019 to be considered

Communications Specialist - Defenders of Wildlife

Posted: July 17, 2019
Location: Washington (DC)

DEFENDERS OF WILDLIFE POSITION DESCRIPTION JOB TITLE: Communications Specialist GRADE: 25 SALARY: Up to $68,000 FLSA: Exempt DIVISION/SITE: Headquarters, Washington DC DEPARTMENT: Communications REPORTS TO: Director of Media Relations LAST REVISED: July 2019 Basic Summary: The Communications Specialist is responsible for helping to plan and implement a wide variety of media activities to gain coverage for Defenders of Wildlife and the issues on which Defenders works. S/he is responsible for developing and implementing media plans and coordinating events; writing news releases, factsheets and other press materials; building relationships with and contacting reporters and broadcast journalists; identifying spokespeople; and

US Communications Intern - Oceana, Inc

Posted: July 17, 2019
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Washington (DC)

The communications intern reports to Oceana’s senior communications director and is a member of the U.S. communications team in Washington, D.C. The communications intern is responsible for researching campaign issues, drafting blog posts, editing materials and tracking/summarizing media coverage of our campaigns. The position requires someone who is detail-oriented, team-oriented, organized, interested in conservation issues and familiar with news organizations.

Director of Partnerships - Democracy Fund

Posted: July 16, 2019
Contact Email: [email protected]
Location: Washington, DC (DC)

The successful applicant will have demonstrated achievements in managing donor activation, stewardship, and relationship-building activities for a multi-issue organization. They will have expertise in developing tailored proposals, coaching staff on fundraising best practices, and designing multi-channel cultivation approaches that include digital and personal outreach, events, and more. They will be excited about building a high-impact team, designing a professional infrastructure that supports leaders across Democracy Fund, and experimenting with different giving vehicles, including pooled funds and collaborative grantmaking. The Director will be an exceptional collaborator, communicator, and project director.

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