Director of Development (posted 8/5/14)
The Association of Partners for Public Lands is seeking an entrepreneurial, energetic Director of Development who will provide fundraising leadership and maximize philanthropic giving to support the implementation of the organization's new three-year strategic plan. Reporting to the Association’s executive director, the Director of Development will work closely with the board of directors to envision, develop, and implement a short and long-range strategic fundraising program. Full position description can be found here.
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 email@example.com.
Western National Parks Association
Program Manager (posted on 3/31/14)
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.
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