Director of Inclusive Communities - Institute for Sustainable Communities
The Director of Inclusive Communities is responsible for managing and growing ISC’s Partnership for Resilient Communities (PRC), an innovative program that is building the capacity of community-based organizations in under-served communities across the US to shape and lead urban resilience-building strategies, plans and projects. The Director will serve as a technical resource and strategic advisor to help strengthen all US programs. The position reports to the Vice President for US Programs and serves on the US Program Leadership Team and ISC’s internal Equity & Inclusion Working Group.
Field Organizer (4 positions available) - PennFuture
PennFuture’s “Green in 18” program will increase the visibility of environmental issues in the 2018 election. The three (3) organizer positions will recruit volunteers, teach them to discuss key environmental issues, build and maintain relationships with PennFuture constituents, and represent PennFuture’s positions to the general public in three strategic regions of the state. The positions will require evening and weekend work, as well as access to a car.
Campaign Manager - PennFuture
PennFuture’s “Green in 18” campaign will increase the visibility of environmental issues in the 2018 election. The campaign manager will lead the effort, managing a total of four staff. The campaign manager will need to navigate the political complexities of Pennsylvania and ensure strict compliance with relevant election and nonprofit law. The key mission of the campaign will be to harness and highlight the significant public support that exists for these vital issues and to ensure that candidates for elected office can clearly see that support. The campaign manager will lead a team of 4, including a Press Secretary and three organizers. He or she will serve as the public face of the campaign, and coordinate with the rest of PennFuture.
Press Secretary - PennFuture
PennFuture’s “Green in 18” campaign will increase the visibility of environmental issues in the 2018 election. The Press Secretary will seek to highlight environmental issues in the press and to ensure that journalists are prepared to ask good questions of the candidates. The campaign will be fast-paced and fun, creative and exciting. The key mission of the campaign will be to harness and highlight the significant public support that exists for these vital issues and to ensure that candidates for elected office can clearly see that support. The Press Secretary will manage the campaign’s messaging and provide communications support to the rest of the organization in consultation and collaboration with the Director of Communications.
Education and Outreach Fellow - Aldo Leopold Foundation
The Aldo Leopold Foundation's Education and Outreach Fellowship is designed to help recent graduates and young professionals build a wide array of skills needed to contribute to, conduct, and manage education programs at non-profit conservation organizations through firsthand experience in program planning, delivery, and communications. The Fellow will lead interpretive tours of the Leopold Shack – a National Historic Landmark – and the Leopold Center – a LEED-certified green building – for visitors from around the country and the world. Most of the Fellow’s time is spent behind-the-scenes assisting education staff with program planning, promotion, and logistics. Applications for the 2018 Fellowship are due February 1, 2018.
Wildlife Corridor Advocate - Center for Biological Diversity
The Policy Advocate will be a leading voice in pushing local, regional and state agencies to protect wildlife corridors at risk from destructive development at California's suburban and exurban edges. By working closely with scientists, lawyers, organizers and media professionals, the Policy Advocate will be expected to play an active role in influencing and shaping land use decisionmaking and planning in California and beyond. The ideal candidate will have excellent research as well as oral and written communication skills with an ability to think strategically and creatively. For more details and to apply go to: https://biologicaldiversity.applicantpro.com/jobs/676363.html
Director, Northwest Program - Defenders of Wildlife
The Northwest Program Director is responsible for leading Field Conservation staff & programs in WA, OR and ID. These programs involve a wide range of policy, legal, advocacy & scientific strategies to conserve wildlife & habitat throughout the region. Priorities include conserving wolves, grizzlies, southern resident orcas & other imperiled species; promoting coexistence efforts to reduce human-wildlife conflicts; working on federal land management issues involving US Forest Service, BLM & state lands impacting sensitive wildlife species; maintaining & enhancing the ecological integrity of priority wildlife habitat; promoting environmentally responsible renewable energy development; & maintaining & enhancing biodiversity in general.
Director of Education - Squam Lakes Association
The Squam Lakes Association (SLA) seeks a creative, resourceful Director of Education to expand the SLA’s successful youth and seasonal education programming to build year-round opportunities reaching a broad constituency. The new director will join the SLA’s hands-on core staff in implementing a new and ambitious strategic plan for 2017-2021 which includes a new AmeriCorps program, launched in 2017.
Social Media Strategist - New Jersey League of Conservation Voters
New Jersey LCV and CVPA seek a Social Media Strategist who will ensure both organizations meet our social media goals with a focus on elevating issues affecting and activities happening in the Delaware River Watershed. You will provide hands-on support and leadership to help more than 100 organizations working in the watershed to work more strategically to see greater results. You will also manage the day-to-day operations of our social media accounts, including curating and creating compelling content; developing and executing plans to amplify NJLCV and CVPA’s priorities; helping to engage and grow our expanding list of email supporters, and collecting data and analyzing results to help us run better campaigns.
President and CEO - National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF)
The National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF), seeks a President and Chief Executive Officer. Based in Washington, D.C., this individual will manage the organization's budget and staff, act as its lead spokesperson before the general public, and will successfully translate the organization into specific goals and expectations relative to market development, research, education, and government affairs activities.