Youth Outside is looking for a Development Associate that will collaborate with and report to the Development Director. This position is responsible for bringing essential support to Youth Outside’s development activities.
The Grants Officer will be responsible for sustaining, stewarding, and growing a strong base of institutional funders to support NatureBridge and our programs. The position will be based in the San Francisco, Seattle, or Los Angeles office. The Grants Officer will be a part of the three-person Grants Team. She or he will be the content expert for the Pacific Northwest and Southern California campuses, while also working on National grants, capital giving, and with regional directors on regional-focused grants as needed. This position reports to the Director of Institutional Giving, who works in the San Francisco office.
Outward Bound California
Outward Bound California is looking for a Part-Time Logistics Coordinator to start as soon as possible for the Summer and Fall Seasons. Logistics Coordinators are the backbone of student’s experience and work behind the scenes to make sure all systems from food to gear and vehicles are running smoothly. They maintain and inventory gear, issue and de-issue student’s course gear and transport instructors to course functions. Strong organizational skills and a positive attitude are a must. You must also be 21 or older to apply and be able to carry heavy loads up to 60 pounds. A basic first aid and CPR certification is required.
Guest Services Manager
The Guest Services Manager is responsible for ensuring a positive and engaging Guest experience, while maintaining a high level of integrity and accountability, both personally and among direct reports. Guest Services Manager manages 20 to 35 part-time, full-time, and seasonal employees.
California Academy of Sciences
The Academy is recruiting for several different types of volunteers – Research Collections Volunteers, Naturalist Center Volunteers, and Landscape Exhibits Volunteers.
California Executive Director
The California Executive Director (ED) provides leadership to sustain the region’s visibility, financial sustainably, operations and programs. The ED will build and manage the local fundraising strategy and will have an initial annual budget of approximately $600,000.
Reporting to the Vice President of National Programs and Strategic Partnerships, the ED is a member of the department heads leadership team, directly supervising up to five staff, plus interns and volunteers and recruiting members and overseeing a Local Advisory Council. This position is full-time, exempt and will be located in our Oakland office.