Latino Outdoors (LO)
The Executive Director will provide strategic and visionary leadership as LO moves into its next phase of growth. Reporting to a strong and engaged Advisory Board of Directors, the Executive Director will serve as the public face of the organization, be responsible for growing the agency’s programs and services, and lead efforts to diversify revenue channels. Responsible for leading all operations of the organization, the Executive Director will partner with the Advisory Board of Directors on strategic planning, fundraising, external communications, and policy matters.
Summer 2018 Caretaker
Vida Verde Nature Education
The Vida Verde summer caretaker will assist the Farm & Facilities Manager and help maintain the farm site over the summer while volunteer days and donor events are happening, and while student programs are not in session. The position is ideal for someone who is experienced with maintenance, and who is handy, physical, detail-oriented, thorough, motivated, versatile and flexible.
Instructor for the 2018-2019 School Year
Vida Verde Nature Education
The instructor position is great for experienced naturalists or teachers. Vida Verde is looking for someone who: wants to be challenged and work hard towards educational equity, and who can handle a lot of responsibility and many details. This is not an internship program. The position is best suited for a swift, driven, positive, “can-do” worker who is capable of both independent & collaborative work.
Volunteer Engagement Manager
The Marine Mammal Center
The Volunteer Engagement Manager (VEM) oversees a team of two volunteer coordinators who are responsible for the recruitment, onboarding, training, and retention of the Center’s large and geographically diverse volunteer force. As part of the People & Culture Department, this team is tasked with ensuring that the volunteer community feels connected and engaged with their work and the Center’s mission. This team is also responsible for coordinating organization-wide volunteer retention and recognition initiatives.
Community Engagement Coordinator
Sonoma County Regional Parks
The Community Engagement Coordinator delivers culturally relevant programs, services, and events that connect people to parks. This position develops innovative partnerships, represents Regional Parks at events, delivers services in English and Spanish, and assists with outreach, marketing, and communications efforts for a variety of audiences.
Chief Operating Officer
The Chief Operating Officer is the key leader empowered to drive mission impact, oversee effective program delivery, and optimize NatureBridge’s operations. The Chief Operating Officer will build the team and infrastructure required to ensure the effectiveness of campuses. This individual is responsible for optimizing all operations across campus locations–from the signing of a school’s sales contract, to student arrival and stay on campus, and time in the field with educators. The Chief Operating Officer guides the senior leadership team and drives accountability against the long-range strategy through identified success measures and our Outcomes, Goals, Strategies, Tactics, and Measurement (OGSTM) framework. The Chief Operating Officer reports to and works closely with the President and CEO. This position is based out of our national office in San Francisco, CA.
Environmental Science Educator
This position is a unique cross-departmental position between the Conference and Environmental Science Education departments. As an Environmental Science Educator you are expected to be a skilled professional who provides diverse student groups with meaningful experiences in nature’s classroom. NatureBridge’s educators have significant post-undergraduate experience and training in environmental education content, curricula, and pedagogy. The educator part of this role is from January until June when the position will change to a full-time conference host. It will shift back to including the educator role at the end of August.
Ten Strands is seeking a highly motivated, detail-oriented, well-organized, and energetic full-time Development Associate to work with the Director of Development to help implement the organization’s comprehensive development and fundraising plan, meeting the organization’s revenue goals of more than $2 million annually.
Positions at Wilderness Inquiry
Do you love spending time outside? Love working with people? Love to teach? Looking looking for seasonal work with a flexible schedule?
Wilderness Inquiry is hiring for the summer season! Programming centers around connecting people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities to the outdoors. We are looking for passionate candidates who enjoy teaching, working with people, and spending time outside. We would love if you would share with your network.
Climate Corps – Open Positions
Strategic Energy Innovations
Six fellowships are listed at this time. More positions are being added on a weekly basis! Apply Now! All applicants will be considered for all positions.
Area CE 4-H Youth Development Advisor – San Mateo County
University of California Cooperative Extension Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources
The Area Cooperative Extension (CE) advisor for 4-H Youth Development will conduct a multi-county based extension, education and applied research program to develop, implement, evaluate, strengthen and expand local UC 4-H Youth Development (4-H YD) and Elkus Ranch educational programming and better serve under-represented populations in San Mateo and San Francisco Counties. The primary focus of this position is to improve youth wellness as well as environmental and scientific literacy, using a holistic approach that leverages University of California’s Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR), community, and individual assets and integrates across nutrition, health, environmental, human and agricultural systems.