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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.
Regional Manager for National Capital Region
Eastern National, a not-for-profit partner of the National Park Service, is seeking an experienced Regional Manager with a strong work ethic to support our day-to-day operations within the Washington D.C. metro area. This position is full time with a great benefits package with an office in Alexandria, VA. Applicants must have a minimum of 5 years of multi-store management experience preferably in travel retail, tourism, museums or National Parks. Must have a proven track record of increasing sales while leading a large team. Strong communication skills, knowledge of inventory management and product development, staff development techniques are among the required abilities. Must thrive in a multi-tasking, high energy environment. Please apply with resume and cover letter with salary history. View full job description here.
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. See the full job description here.
Raiser’s Edge Database Administrator
The Database Administrator is a key member of the development team who will be our internal expert in maximizing our use of Raiser’s Edge software allowing us to fully manage our donor database and create lasting relationships with donors of all giving levels. This position will help us research and identify prospects to increase our donor giving, and therefore our contributions to the park. Success in this position requires a high degree of clerical speed and accuracy, impeccable organizational skills including records management, and the ability to work both independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced, team environment. View the full job description here.
Multimedia Graphic Designer
This position is responsible for strategic concept development and execution for all in-house materials – print and digital. The designer is expected to provide the unique ability to bring creative projects to life from start to finish, work on a wide variety of projects, and collaborate with the appropriate team members on each project. Additional responsibilities include content creation and updates for both web and social. Send cover letter, resume and sample of work to firstname.lastname@example.org
Glen Canyon Natural History Association
The retail buyer/manager candidate will order and manage all product. He/she will work closely with the Executive Director to curate native folk art collections from regional artists, and develop new creative items, to enhance the interpretive story to visitors. Subject of interpretation are: geology, paleontology, archeology, ancient and contemporary indigenous life, frontier settlement, and ecosystems. View the full job description here.
Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy
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.
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
Associate Director, Trustees for the Parks
NPCA’s “Trustees for the Parks” (TFP) program consists of every donor who gives $1,000+ per year. The “mid-level” segment includes donors who give in the $1,000-$10,000 range. $1,000 - $4,999 donors are managed mostly by the Membership team. The Associate Director will oversee and execute the daily management and efforts specific to the $5,000-$10,000 donors and prospects within the program. H/She partners with the Senior Director of Development Operations & Special Events to develop and implement an overall strategy and work plan for the $5,000-$10,000 donor portion of NPCA’s mid-level program.
Rocky Mountain Conservancy
Since 1931, the Rocky Mountain Nature Association (now the Rocky Mountain Conservancy) has produced educational publications, offered seminars, supported research and provided resources and philanthropic support to Rocky Mountain National Park and other public lands partners. The Conservancy is one of the oldest cooperating associations working with the National Park Service. The Rocky Mountain Conservancy Executive Director will shape, guide and execute the organization’s vision for the future. This is a unique opportunity to build on a history of stewardship, while increasing the organization’s impact in the 21st century. The Board seeks a leader who will partner with them in thinking boldly, creatively and strategically about the organization’s future and fostering engaged stewardship of Rocky Mountain National Park.
The nonprofit Rocky Mountain Conservancy seeks an experienced and innovative individual to oversee retail sales within Rocky Mountain National Park visitor centers as well as at outlets in national forests in Wyoming and Colorado, Colorado State Parks, and the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center in Casper, Wyoming. Responsibilities: The Sales Director assumes the full range of supervisory and management responsibilities related to the Conservancy sales operation, including maintaining a productive and collaborative relationship with National Park Service and other relevant agency liaisons. See the full job description here.
Sawtooth Interpretive & Historical Association
The lead naturalist for the Sawtooth Association will be working closely with the other naturalists at both the Redfish Visitor Center and the Stanley Museum. The lead will also be providing interpretive services such as various programs (Junior Ranger, interpretive guided walks, etc.) to all visitors of the Sawtooth NRA. The lead naturalist will supervise the naturalists on day-to-day duties and will provide program feedback for naturalists.
Naturalists provide interpretive services, including Junior Ranger programs, nature walks, patio talks, discovery stations, and evening programs to visitors of all ages to the Sawtooth National Recreation Area. They create interpretive displays and answer visitor questions from behind the desk at the Redfish Visitor Center and the Stanley Museum. Naturalists coordinate one SA special event. Most often, naturalists are the faces representing the Sawtooth National Recreation Area and perhaps the only “staff” visitors come in contact with.
The Stanley Museum Docent oversees daily operations and maintenance at the Museum complex. The Museum Docent is responsible for daily operations at the Stanley Museum, including greeting the public, book and map sales, cleaning and maintenance of the building and the museum grounds, creating interpretive displays, and other media for delivering interpretive messages, and conducting interpretive talks at the museum.
Sequoia Parks Conservancy
Seeking a Chief Executive Officer to lead the organization as it expands strategy to support the Parks. The organization enhances visitor experiences through programs and products and is a philanthropic and fundraising partner of NPS and USACE. Gross revenue 2016 is $3.7 million. Twenty year-round, and 40 seasonal staff. View the full job description here.
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.
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
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.
Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont
As a key member of the management team, the Development Manager is responsible for envisioning and implementing the Development Plan. Reporting to the CEO, the Development Manager will be accountable for strategizing and achieving fundraising goals, leveraging relationships and engaging sponsorships, as well as increasing grant opportunities to ensure revenue goals are achieved.
Northwest Youth Corps
Native American Inclusion Coordinator
The Native American Inclusion Coordinator (NAIC) will be tasked with specific concentration on building and supporting robust collaboration efforts with Native American communities across the region. The Native American Inclusion Coordinator will work closely with the Marketing and Community Relations Director in outreach to government agencies, schools, civic groups, the media, and alumni to increase awareness of Northwest Youth Corps' (NYC) programs and our mission. They will help create, support, and coordinate Native American community partnership events and communicate the impact of NYC programming to educators, politicians, community groups, and the general public. Read the full description here.
Wildlife Conservation Society
Senior Climate Change Development Officer
The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) seeks an ambitious and experienced Senior Climate Change Development Officer to mobilize significant new finance for the WCS’s global portfolio of work linking forest conservation and climate change. His/her primary responsibilities will be 1) Design and implement strategies to engage with individual, foundation and corporate donors to support WCS’s broader forest conservation and climate change work, in particular the Trillion Trees and Intact Forests programs; and 2) to work closely with the head of Global Corporate Engagement to design and implement a REDD+ marketing strategy. This strategy will increase the sales of REDD+ credits from WCS’ REDD+ portfolio and expand our relationships with the corporate sector. View the full job description here.
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