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Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association
Executive Director

ESIA seeks an Executive Director with an outstanding track record in leadership, management, collaboration, and program and product delivery in order to further develop relationships with the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) and other public lands agencies, build a strong relationship with ESIA staff and the Board of Directors, and manage an annual budget of at least $1.4 million. The successful candidate will have a deep appreciation for interpretation and education along with a strong interest in partnerships and connecting people with our publicly accessible lands.



Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy
Youth Programs Manager, Park Stewardship Program

The Park Stewardship Program connects, engages and sustains local community members in the restoration and care of parklands within the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. The Youth Stewardship Program Manager is responsible for the successful development and implementation of programs that introduce and engage local youth to the Park and surrounding open space. Working with interns and as part of the Stewardship Team, the Coordinator works to expand hands-on service learning opportunities develop adventure trips for students to park sites, provide lessons in experiential learning, develop leadership workshops and create other activities which encourage a connection to, and appreciation of, parks, open space and natural resources. Application Deadline: July 26, 2016.



Friends of Pompeys Pillar
Executive Director

Interested in working to preserve, promote, and protect one of Montana’s premier national monuments? Friends of Pompeys Pillar is seeking an executive director to provide leadership, financial development, and strategic growth for their organization and mission. Qualifying applicants must have either a master’s degree or a bachelor’s with six years of non-profit experience. Salary is dependent on education and experience. Deadline for applications is August 15th, 2016. Send resumes to: Friends of Pompeys Pillar, P.O. Box 23535, Billings, MT 59104 or email to: jonathanpeart@pompeyspillar.org. For more information and job description please visit our website at www.pompeyspillar.org/currentupdates or contact jonathanpeart@pompeyspillar.org.



Agency Partners and Non-Members



American Trails
Executive Director

The Executive Director is the Chief Executive Officer of American Trails and works with the Board of Directors, staff, and partners to provide the leadership and direction necessary to fulfill the mission and vision of American Trails and move the organization forward in its development. This position leads a dynamic enterprise of volunteers, staff, partners, and members dedicated to advancing trails and bringing trail enthusiasts of all types together to ensure the future quality and availability of trails for all Americans.



Piedmont Environmental Council
Director of Development

The Piedmont Environmental Council is seeking a highly skilled development professional to sustain and grow the organization’s fundraising. PEC has a 40+ year history in land conservation easements, land use planning, as well as work in the preservation of wetlands, farmlands, and historic scenic areas in a 9-county region of Virginia.



The Garden Conservancy
Director of Development

The Director of Development will lead all aspects of the Garden Conservancy’s fundraising program, establishing and implementing strategies to meet annual revenue goals and multi-year campaign goals, and broaden the organization’s base of support. The Director will focus primarily on major gifts from individuals, family foundations, and other foundations, working closely with the President and the Board of Directors to build the major gifts program and ensure that major gift targets are met. The Director will manage and support the President’s major gift work as well as establish and maintain his/her own portfolio of donors around the country. The Director will oversee the operations of the department including policies, processes, procedure, infrastructure and the allocation of resources to support the Development effort. The Director will also provide leadership for, and directly supervise, two Associate Directors managing the Garden Conservancy’s membership and annual giving programs, and the Membership Assistant. Please send your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to hr@gardenconservancy.org. Mention “Director of Development” in the subject line.



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