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The latest available environmental advocacy job opportunities are as follows:
(i) Job Title: Communications Director
- Highstead is a regional non-profit conservation organization that is seeking for an accomplished change-agent who can create a communications program beaable to propel its land conservation, science, and stewardship programs, and inspire people to advance the Wildlands and Woodlands Initiative strategies for conserving New England’s forests and farmlands, and support nature and society.
- Interested candidates should have extensive communications background, a strong conservation ethic, and experience in advancing non-profit, environmental policy, conservation, and/or land planning initiatives.
- Interested candidates should have a Bachelor’s degree (Master’s preferred) in a communications-related or environmental field, with excellent writing, editing, and verbal communication skills, and be willing to travel regionally on occasion in support of outreach and events.
- Interested candidates should submit their cover letters and resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org as a single PDF file, and reference “Communications Director”. Note that applications will be accepted until September 23, 2019. For more details, click here.
(ii) Job Title: Fundraising and Administrative Position
- Mount Grace is seeking for an individual who can provide administrative support, assist in major fundraising campaigns and general office needs, and work closely with, and report to, the Executive Director and Deputy Director, respectively. No previous fundraising experience is necessary. Note that Mount Grace is a proud equal opportunity employer and strives to be an inclusive and diverse organization.
- Interested candidates should have excellent communication skills.
- Interested candidates should be enthusiastic, positive, and have a responsive approach when interacting with colleagues and community members.
- Interested candidates should have a creative mind with the ability to suggest improvements, set priorities, and meet deadlines.
- Interested candidates should send their letters of interest and resumes to Sarah Wells at email@example.com, and mention how they learned about this job opening. For more details, click here; in order to view other available full-time positions, click here.
(iii) Job Title: Outreach Coordinator
- Conservation Northwest is a regional non-profit organization that is seeking for a temporary Outreach Coordinator in order to increase understanding of wildlife and habitat conservation, organize grassroots and community advocacy, and participate in wildlife forums, particularly those related to carnivore recovery.
- Interested candidates should have at least three years’ experience in wildlife biology, ecology or related fields, and excellent written/oral communications skills, and be able to work with people from the political and social spectrum.
- Interested candidates should have some knowledge about north-central Washington’s communities, landscapes and wildlife.
- Interested candidates should have skills and experience, as well as enthusiasm for wildlife conservation.
- Interested candidates should submit resumes and one-page cover letters to Joe Scott, International Programs Director at firstname.lastname@example.org. Note that this job position will be opened until it is occupied. For more details, click here.
(iv) Job Title: Institutional Partnerships Coordinator
- American Farmland Trust (AFT) is seeking for an individual to fill the position of Coordinator, Institutional Partnerships, and regularly report to the Director of Institutional Partnerships in Washington, DC, at AFT’s national office.
- Interested candidates should have Bachelor’s degree in a related field, and at least two years experience.
- Interested candidates should be highly organized, creative, attentive to detail, and have a strong ability to prioritize and manage multiple deadlines.
- Interested candidates should have excellent oral, written, interpersonal, and communication skills and experience in copyediting.
- Interested candidates should have knowledge of project budgets and be able to review/proof budget information.
- Interested candidates should visit this web page and apply. Remember to submit a cover letter and resume for consideration.
(v) Job Title: Executive Director
- The Madison River Foundation is seeking for an individual to fill in the position of Executive Director and lead the Madison River Foundation in a strategic direction by identifying and implementing short- and long-term strategic goals, and be accountable to the Board of Directors of Madison River Foundation.
- Interested candidates should have 3-5+ years experience in non-profit, and advocacy for local, state, and federal issues.
- Interested candidates should have 5+ years experience in broad fundraising, and grant writing.
- Interested candidate should have 5+ years experience in hiring and managing staff, and creating a positive work environment.
- Interested candidate should have 3+ years experience in managing and operating budgets, and relating with organization boards.
- Interested candidates should send resumes and cover letters (including salary requirements) to email@example.com. For more details, click here.
(vi) Job Title: Communications Director
- Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council is seeking for a Communications Director who will develop its annual communication’s plan, implement communication strategies to promote the mission of the organization, and be responsible for directing media relations, websites, publications, events, social media, and member/community outreach.
- Interested candidates should have a Bachelor’s degree and three years communications experience.
- Interested candidates should be able to demonstrate strong organizational, interpersonal, public speaking, and writing skills.
- Interested candidates should have be able to work independently, take initiative, manage multiple projects simultaneously, and have a desire and interest in working to protect Northern Michigan’s water resources.
- Interested candidates should send resumes and cover letters to Gail Gruenwald, Executive Director, Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council, 426 Bay St., Petoskey, MI 49770. Note that applications have to be submitted before October 10, 2019. The start date for the job will be in November or December, 2019. For more details, click here.
(vii) Job Title: South Coast Project Manager
- The Coastal Conservation League is searching for a full-time South Coast Project Manager who is experienced, reliable, task-oriented, and will work on coastal issues involving land use and transportation, planning, public health, sustainable agriculture, energy and climate, and air and water quality. The position of project manager requires organizing extensive grassroots, building relationships, communicating in public, and analyzing policies.
- Interested candidates should have a Bachelor’s degree in a related field, and 3+ years experience in the environmental field, or in the field of communications, or media relations.
- Interested candidates should be able to initiate, support, and lead grassroots organization efforts.
- Interested candidates should be able to speak publicly on a regular basis, and write for internal and external audiences.
- Interested candidates should be able to work with the media, educate the community, and plan/identify new projects and strategies.
- Interested candidates should send emails of cover letters and resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org, or a regular mail to Coastal Conservation League, Human Resources, 131 Spring Street, Suite A, Charleston, SC 29403. For more details, click here.
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