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Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association
Executive Director (posted 5/30/2014)
ESIA seeks an Executive Director with an outstanding track record in leadership, management, collaboration, and program and product delivery in order to further develop relationships with the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) and Bureau of Land Management (BLM), build a strong relationship with ESIA staff and the Board of Directors, and manage an annual budget of at least $1.0 million. The successful candidate will have a deep appreciation for interpretation and education along with a strong interest in partnerships and connecting people with our publicly accessible lands.
Glacier National Park Conservancy
Director of Philanthropy (posted on 5/16/14)
The primary purpose of the Director of Philanthropy is to oversee all fundraising, development, and membership activities. The Director of Philanthropy reports to the CEO and works closely with the Board of Directors’ Philanthropy Committee and Glacier National Park leadership team to envision, develop, and implement a short and long-range strategic fundraising plan for Glacier/Conservancy priorities. To view a complete job description, click here. Potential candidates should apply to Mark Preiss at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lamar Campus Manager (posted on 4/30/14)
The Lamar Campus Manager is the resident manager for the Lamar Valley Buffalo Ranch (LBR), the YA Institute’s primary field campus in the heart of the northern range of Yellowstone National Park. LBR is a remote residential facility that generates all of its own power and is poised to become a model of sustainability within the NPS. This position is responsible for managing all aspects of the historic field campus including course support for students and instructors, risk management, facility cleaning and maintenance, and operation of the campus bookstore. The Campus Manager is responsible for selecting, supervising, and supporting all LBR and Roosevelt Rendezvous volunteers, approximately 22-25 positions annually, to ensure smooth facility operations and a warm, friendly atmosphere for students, instructors, and volunteers. This is a year-round core-seasonal position based at the Lamar field campus from mid-May through Labor Day and November through March. The Campus Manager will be based at Roosevelt Lodge during the Roosevelt Rendezvous program for two weeks in September. To view a complete job description and apply on-line for this position go to https://www.yellowstoneassociation.org/jobs.
Western National Parks Association
Program Manager (posted on 3/31/14)
Friends of Acadia
Conservation Projects Manager (posted on 3/18/14)
Friends of Acadia seeks a motivated and dynamic individual to join our staff as a full-time Conservation Projects Manager. This is a new position, created to work closely with Acadia National Park staff, partners in the surrounding communities, and FOA volunteers and members to develop and implement projects involving youth education and involvement in the park; trails and carriage roads; and community conservation and outreach. This position will report to FOA’s Conservation Director. Click here for for complete position announcement.
Grand Canyon Association
Chief Operating Officer (posted 2/22/2014)
Grand Canyon Association (GCA) is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Chief Operating Officer. Reporting to the CEO and serving as an integral member of the senior leadership team, the COO will be responsible for the operational activities, organizational strategies and special initiatives for GCA. The successful candidate will bring energy, flexibility, and a collaborative, proactive approach to this key position. He or she will be a team leader who can positively and productively impact both strategic and tactical initiatives. This position oversees the Director of Retail and Human Resource’s Manager and has overall responsibility for Sales (retail, wholesale, e-commerce), Human Resources (recruiting, retention, training, policies), and operations. This position will be based at GCA’s administrative headquarters in Grand Canyon Village on the South Rim.
Well-qualified applicants should send a resume and compelling letter of introduction to:
Grand Canyon Association, Laura Jones
P.O. Box 399, Grand Canyon, AZ 86023
In addition, please complete and submit the job application found here.
Cabrillo National Monument Foundation
Executive Director (posted 2/21/2014)
The Cabrillo National Monument Foundation, the NPS-recognized cooperating association of the Cabrillo National Monument in San Diego, California, announces the pending retirement of its Executive Director and consideration of applicants for the Executive Director position. Prospective applicants for the position of CNMF Executive Director are asked to view a complete job announcement at the Foundation website, www.cnmf.org which will provide a job summary, application requirements and response due date.
Naturalist (posted 1/17/2014)
Sawtooth Association (SA) is seeking a Naturalist to 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 will 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.
To apply please email cover letter, resume, and contact information for 3 references to Terry Clark, SA Executive Director, at email@example.com. The deadline February 4 or until filled.
Jamaica Bay-Rockaway Parks Conservancy
Executive Director (posted 2/13/2014)
The Jamaica Bay-Rockaway Parks Conservancy, a nonprofit organization to help restore and revitalize Jamaica Bay and Rockaway parks, is seeking its founding Executive Director. In 2012, the National Park Service and NYC Department of Parks and Recreation formed The Conservancy which will advocate and fundraise for the parks, and develop and implement programs and projects including sustainability and resiliency programs like wetland habitat restoration. The Conservancy is seeking an Executive Director who will be a dynamic leader and self-starter responsible for serving as lead spokesperson, fundraiser, strategic planner, and chief executive managing the organization and all its programming. He/she must be an experienced fundraiser, hands-on manager, and problem solver. This leadership position is an exciting opportunity for a high-energy, entrepreneurial self-starter to play a transformative role in the future fabric of NYC and parks nationally. For complete job description, go to:www.harrisrand.com. Send inquiries, nominations, and applications in confidence to:JBRPConservancy@harrisrand.com
Pearl Harbor Institute
Executive Director (posted 2/7/2014)
The Pearl Harbor Institute is seeking an Executive Director. The institute's programming will be offered in conjunction with many local and national partners. The lead organization of the Institute is Pacific Historic Parks.
Interested candidates should apply via email by sending a Cover Letter, describing the qualifications that match the position criteria and what they will bring to the role, along with a resume and salary history to Andrew Leider at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Pearl Harbor Institute."
Park Ranger (Interpretive) (posted 1/22/2014)
The Montana/Dakotas BLM is accepting applications for the following position through February 10, 2014:
This is a full-time LONG-TERM CAREER SEASONAL position (6 to 11 1/2 months/year). Term Appointment not-to-exceed 1 year and 1 day that may be extended incrementally up to 4 years.
USDA Forest Service
Director, National Partnership Office (posted 1/8/2014)
The USDA Forest Service is seeking a Director for their National Partnership Office. The advertisement closes on January 27.