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Members l Agency Partners and Non-Members
The Branch Manager is responsible for the daily operations at one of the thirty Alaska Geographic (AK Geo) retail stores. He/she ensures the efficient running of their branch, achievement of sales goals, maintains staffing levels and stays within staffing budget, and is a positive representative of Alaska Geographic and its Partners. The Branch Manager reports to the Regional Operations Manager.
Discovery Southeast is excited to be hiring a manager to oversee and run the retail bookstore and gift shop at the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center. This is a broad position with significant responsibility which encompasses all aspects of retail operation, from inventory management and merchandising to hiring and scheduling staff. The manager will also be involved in community outreach—organizing public events at the visitor center, as well as assisting with Discovery Southeast membership, marketing, and events during the non-tourist season.
Friends of Saguaro National Park
Friends of Saguaro National Park seeks an Executive Director to lead an established NPS partner nonprofit in Tucson, AZ. Reporting to a Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for strategic leadership and successful implementation and oversight of all aspects of running the organization - including management, finance, development, conservation and stewardship, external relations, and governance. To apply, send a cover letter, resume, salary requirements, and references via e-mail with the subject line "Executive Director" to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Glacier National Park Conservancy
The Executive Director will lead the dynamic growth of a national philanthropic revenue program, while managing robust retail operations within the Park. a data-driven leader, the Executive Director is an organized individual who can be flexible in responding to the needs of a fast-moving, dynamic, and growing organization.
Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy
Executive Vice President, Partnerships and Programs
The Executive Vice President, Partnerships and Programs is responsible for delivering the “For All” aspect of the organization’s “Parks For All Forever” vision - a vision that invites and delights in having diverse communities use the parks and participate in the Conservancy’s public programs, working in partnership with government agencies, nonprofit organizations, schools, businesses and other community stakeholders. With oversight of all departments and programs focused on communicating with and serving the Bay Area community, the role is responsible for ensuring the Parks Conservancy remains on the leading edge as a renowned innovator in park programs and partnerships. Furthermore, the role is responsible for ensuring that Golden Gate National Parks are truly welcoming and of service to all, particularly those communities that traditionally haven’t used the rich resources of the Golden Gate National Parks. The Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy has exclusively retained The 360 Group of San Francisco to assist with this search. Click here to review the complete position description, including detailed application instructions. No calls, please. To be considered, The 360 Group must receive applications no later than 5:00pm Pacific time on Tuesday, April 25th, 2017.
Project Manager - Alcatraz Preservation Program
The Alcatraz Management Team is seeking a qualified individual to assume the position of Project Manager. The Project Manager will facilitate the implementation of the Team’s Alcatraz Stewardship Partnership. The program will produce comprehensive planning, design and construction activities. The function and purpose of the Project Manager position is to facilitate communication, provide coordination, oversight and day-to-day management of various small to large-scale building projects occurring throughout the Island. This position supports the protection and preservation of cultural and natural resources and excellent visitor services.
Grand Canyon Association
The Senior Accountant is responsible for assigned accounting operations of the Grand Canyon Association (GCA), including the production of periodic financial reports, schedules, supporting analysis and the maintenance of accounting records. This position supports the application of internal controls to GCA business operations and transactions and is instrumental in ensuring that the Finance Department performs its required duties and tasks in a timely and scheduled basis in compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. This full-time, benefit- eligible exempt position reports to the Chief Financial Officer and is based in Flagstaff, Arizona.
Director of Marketing & Communications
The Director of Marketing & Communications position requires a dynamic leader to advance GCA’s brand identity, broaden awareness of its programs and priorities, and increase the visibility of its financial and educational impact on Grand Canyon National Park. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Director of Marketing and Communications is an integral member of the Executive Team, working closely with senior peers on a variety of strategic initiatives to ensure clear communication of the organization’s mission, vision, and values.
Philanthropy Operations Manager
The Manager of Philanthropy Operations ensures the integrity and effectiveness of the member/donor database while developing systems and processes for prospect research, list segmentation, tracking reports and donor engagement. S/he is responsible for data analysis and works closely with the Chief Philanthropy Officer to identify trends and opportunities for giving. The Manager is an integral part of the philanthropy team and key to our ability to fulfill our mission of creating a continually growing revenue stream of private support for Grand Canyon National Park.
National Park Foundation
Senior Vice President, Philanthropy
The Senior Vice President, Philanthropy will be responsible for strategic yearly and multi‐year fundraising plans and achieving their measurable goals and objectives, including those for The Centennial Campaign for America’s National Parks. S/he will have a portfolio of top major gift donors and prospects and will be responsible for securing gifts commitments from them. S/he will contribute by employing and role modeling key processes and programs that support an office‐wide focus on collaboration, efficiencies, and metrics‐based performance outcomes, in addition to primary role responsibilities.
National Parks Conservation Association
Vice President of Development
Reporting to NPCA’s President & CEO and a member of the executive leadership team, the Vice President of Development is responsible for developing and implementing the fundraising strategy to meet the $14MM annual fundraising goal. The position builds, develops, and leads a cohesive, effective team of 24 staff across the country. Most Development staff are based in Washington, DC with others in Seattle, New York, San Francisco, Florida, Pennsylvania and Chicago. Direct reports include the Sr. Director of Operations, Sr. Managing Director of Development, and Regional Development Directors of Major Gifts.
Yellowstone Wildlife Outreach Fellow
National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA), the nation’s leading national park advocacy organization, seeks a full-time termed Yellowstone Wildlife and Outreach Fellow to conduct on-the-ground wildlife habitat improvement projects adjacent to Yellowstone National Park. Through targeted outreach, events, meetings, and media, the Yellowstone Wildlife and Outreach Fellow will work to educate the public and improve habitat conditions for Yellowstone wildlife beyond park boundaries. Please visit our website at www.npca.org for a full job description. Qualified applicants please submit your resume and cover letter directly online to www.npca.org under “Careers." No phone calls please. NPCA is an EOE. To apply now, click this link.
Program Manager, Middle & Upper Delaware
The National Parks Conservation Association, the nation’s leading national park advocacy organization, seeks a skilled advocate based in Pennsylvania’s middle/upper Delaware River region to lead its programs in the region. The successful candidate must have a record of building productive, collaborative relationships with community and political leaders in both rural and suburban communities, demonstrate keen strategic instincts, and have experience organizing advocacy campaigns. Position requires a bachelor’s degree and three to five years of leadership in conservation/preservation advocacy, or comparable experience. Significant travel required. Please visit our website at www.npca.org for a full job description. Qualified applicants please submit your resume and cover letter directly online to www.npca.org under "Careers." No phone calls please. NPCA is an EOE.
Regional Director of Development, Mid-Atlantic and Southeast Regions
The National Parks Conservation Association has an exciting opportunity for a Regional Director of Development, reporting to the VP of Development. The Regional Director of Development, Mid-Atlantic (DE, DC, MD, PA, VA, WV) and Southeast (AL, AR, GA, KY, NC, MS, SC, TN) regions, will lead a growing fundraising program within these regional areas. S/he will be actively engaged in identifying new prospects, cultivating existing prospects, soliciting upgraded gifts and renewals, and stewarding donors. S/He works closely with Development staff, Executive and Program staff, Mid-Atlantic and Southeast Regional staff, Board of Trustees, and Regional/National Council volunteers to develop and implement effective strategies for donor engagement. Please visit www.npca.org for a full job description. Qualified applicants please submit your resume and cover letter directly online to www.npca.org under "Careers." No phone calls please. NPCA is an EOE. To apply now, visit http://www.npca.org/jobs
Regional Director of Development, Sun Coast and Texas Regions
The National Parks Conservation Association has an exciting opportunity for a Regional Director of Development, reporting to the VP of Development. The Regional Director of Development, will lead our major donor fundraising efforts in Texas, Oklahoma, Florida, Louisiana, Puerto Rico, and Virgin Islands with a focus on Texas and Florida. S/he will be actively engaged in identifying new prospects, cultivating existing prospects, soliciting upgraded gifts and renewals, and stewarding donors. S/He works closely with Development staff, Executive and Program staff, Texas and Sun Coast Regional staff, Board of Trustees, and Regional/National Council volunteers to develop and implement effective strategies for donor engagement. This position will be located in the following areas: Dallas, Houston, Austin, TX and Hollywood, FL. Please visit our website at www.npca.org for a full job description. Qualified applicants please submit your resume and cover letter directly online to www.npca.org under "Careers." No phone calls please. NPCA is an EOE. To apply now, visit http://www.npca.org/jobs
Sequoia Parks Conservancy
Oversees the accounting, payroll, safety, human resources and office functions of the organization. Strong bookkeeping and supervisory skills with experience handling the financial reporting for an organization with more than $1 million in annual revenue preferred. Non-profit experience desirable but not required. The director works from our office at Sequoia National Park headquarters adjacent to the town of Three Rivers. This is a salaried (exempt management position) reporting to the executive director. Send letter of interest and resume to email@example.com. Refer to job description for further details.
Student Conservation Association
Major Gifts Officer, Western Region
SCA seeks experienced fundraiser to build donor relationships and support regional and national fundraising objectives. You will have the opportunity to spend time in iconic public lands as you invite donors to experience first-hand the impact of their support. Your work will have a lasting impact on youth and conservation.
Western National Parks Association
Director of Retail
The director of retail is responsible for all aspects of WNPA's retail and wholesale operations including the park stores, urban stores (Tucson and Los Angeles), and online retail efforts. The director is responsible for all planning, coordinating, staffing, and budgeting activities of our merchandise sales operations. Most retail stores are open seven days a week, attracting a high volume of tourists and families. The director sets high standards for customer service and creates a welcoming environment that reflects the national park experience and supports revenue generation.
Director of Human Resources
The Director of Human Resources is a key member of the WNPA leadership team, managing a full-service Human Resources program. WNPA is committed to its staff and achieving optimal organizational effectiveness. The director will advance organizational development goals in addition to managing core human resources functions. To apply visit http://www.wnpa.org/jobs.
Join the Yellowstone Forever team as a Seasonal Instructor! Seasonal Instructors are part of a dedicated educational staff committed to connecting visitors to Yellowstone through exceptional field teaching. We're looking for Instructors who can work the entire season from May through the beginning of October. Apply online at: https://www.yellowstone.org/who-we-are/jobs.
Campaign and Development Projects Manager
The Campaign and Development Projects Manager is a vital member of the Development team who proactively coordinates, manages and implements the capital campaign in collaboration with the campaign co-chairs and Development Director. This individual also partners with the major gift officers, other staff and Board & Council members in the creation of cultivation/solicitation plans for major gifts. By supporting the Development staff and executive leadership, she/he will provide sophisticated research, donor recognition opportunities, and analysis and strategies to meet fundraising goals.
Agency Partners and Non-Members
The Executive Director will build upon a track record of success supporting conservation efforts, education and research in California's largest state park. The mission of Anza-Borrego Foundation is to protect and preserve the natural landscapes, wildlife habitat and cultural heritage of Anza-Borrego Desert State Park for the benefit and enjoyment of present and future generations. The preservation of five hundred miles of dirt roads, 12 wilderness areas, miles of hiking trails and more than 1500 species of plants and animals rely on the fundraising efforts of ABF. For consideration, please send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Audubon Society of Portland
Director of Education
The Audubon Society of Portland seeks an experienced manager, environmental educator, and leader to lead one of the most highly regarded and influential environmental education programs in the Pacific Northwest. The department offers a broad array of fee-based as well as free programs for youth and adults. With a full-time staff of seven, a seasonal team of twenty-five, and dozens of committed volunteers, the education department’s programs directly engage more than 15,000 youth and adults annually, with affiliated programs reaching many thousands more. Apply by downloading the complete job description and application form.
Director of Development
Audubon Society of Portland seeks a Development Director to manage a proven and diverse array of fundraising programs, applying steady leadership to untapped opportunities with major donors, foundations, and membership. The Development Director is head of a six-member team comprised of a donor relations manager, membership manager, development coordinator, and two seasonal contract staff. Additional administrative support is anticipated within the next six months. The position serves on Portland Audubon’s leadership team, and serves as staff liaison to the board’s active Development & Membership Committee. This job is being recruited through our partner, WVDO. Click here for the full job description and how to apply.
Booth Society, Inc.
The Booth Society (BSI) is accepting applications for executive director. BSI’s Executive Director is responsible for fundraising, visitor service and outreach efforts, and the overall vision of the organization. The ED plans strategically, inspires community members to become more engaged with BSI and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. View the full job description here.
Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts
Manager, Corporate Relations
Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts seeks a full-time Manager, Corporate Relations to manage Wolf Trap’s annual corporate membership program. Secure contributed support for annual operations budget and special projects/initiatives through cash and in-kind contributions to achieve established fundraising goals. Manage more than 50 corporate partnerships and grow the corporate membership program.
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