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Members l Agency Partners and Non-Members
Site Manager - Richmond, VA
The Site Manager’s primary duty is to supervise and work at one or more Eastern National retail outlets. The Site Manager customarily and regularly supervises and directs the work of less than two or more full time employees or their part time equivalent and is also the lead contact with the NPS or partner staff assigned to a store. The Site Manager is expected to understand and perform all tasks of retail operations at the store; to adequately train and direct all EN employees; and ensure efficient operations at the store. Site Manager may direct NPS, other partner staff or volunteers assigned to the store in performing regular retail duties and tasks. The Site Manager reports directly to a Regional Manager and may in some instances report to an Assistant Regional Manager.
Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy
Supervisor, Alcatraz Cellhouse Tour
The Supervisor, Alcatraz Cellhouse Tour will be responsible for efficient, professional and harmonious floor operations of the Alcatraz Cellhouse audio tour program. This includes visitor services personnel supervision and accurate monitoring of all inventory control functions. The Line Supervisor reports directly to the Operations Manager, Cellhouse Tour. This position may require weekend, holiday and evening work shifts.
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.
Rosie the Riveter Trust
The Development Associate will be a vital part of the development and growth of an exciting urban national park in Richmond, California, working as an assistant to the Executive Director of the Trust. The Rosie the Riveter Trust is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit which is dedicated to creating a community of park supporters, Bay Area-wide and across the nation, to preserving historic sites and telling compelling stories to inspire people of all ages, and to building resources and funding to support and expand park programs.
Agency Partners and Non-Members
Friends of the National Arboretum
The Friends of the National Arboretum (FONA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit membership organization with the mission to preserve and enhance the U.S. National Arboretum (USNA), a 446 acre green space in Northeast Washington DC where trees, shrubs, and herbaceous plants are cultivated for scientific and educational purposes. USNA is an arm of the US Department of Agriculture (USDA). Reporting to the Board of Directors through the Chair, the Executive Director (ED) is responsible for the overall fundraising, program development, and operational success of FONA. The ED works in partnership with the Board of Directors and staff to ensure that FONA achieves sustainable results in supporting the work of USNA.
National Association for Olmsted Parks
The National Association for Olmsted Parks (NAOP), a small non‐profit in Washington, DC, is looking fora dynamic person who has nonprofit fundraising experience and can convey the importance of preservation and promotion of the works of Frederick Law Olmsted, his successors and their intellectual and built legacy. Candidate must have demonstrated success in organization development, fund raising, and program management. The Director will work closely with NAOP's Board of Trustees (BoT) on planning and implementing NAOP's mission and goals and will oversee, in a collaborative manner, otherstaff/consultants.
Trust for the National Mall
Director of Marketing
The Trust for the National Mall is seeking a marketing and communications professional to lead the Trust's national marketing campaign. This person will create and implement a campaign that will drive awareness and funds to the Trust from a diverse national audience. This person is visionary, strategic, and proactive. The position will report directly to the Chief of Commercial Services of the Trust and will have frequent interactions with the Chairman, the Board, and the Executive team. The position will manage the Marketing & Communications Assistant, as well as PR and web consultants ad required.
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