Daily Archives: September 20, 2013

Monitoring and Biodiversity Manager (Washington, D.C.)

National Fish and Wildlife Foundation

The Monitoring and Biodiversity Manager is responsible for working with the Foundation’s staff, federal agencies and other conservation partners to assist in the development and implementation of an outcome-based funding/investment and impact monitoring framework, strategy, and business system for the Foundation’s conservation programs. The Monitoring and Biodiversity Manager and other members of this team are expected to be and/or become thought-leaders in their respective fields and position the Foundation as the convener of choice in the conservation community. Learn more.

Program Director, The Trust for Public Land (Philadelphia)

The Trust for Public Land, a national non-profit dedicated to conserving land for people to enjoy as parks, gardens and other natural places, is recruiting for a Program Director for the Philadelphia office. This position will manage all aspects of the partnership with the Departments of Parks and Recreation, the School District and the Water Department to redevelop green outdoor recreational spaces at schoolyards and city recreation centers in underserved neighborhoods. Learn more.

Network Director, Shareable (San Francisco)

Shareable seeks a Network Director to support the development of sharing city networks. Applicants must be able to commit to a term of at least one year as this position requires substantial relationship-building. The director will be responsible for establishing relationships with and surveying participating cities across the US and Canada, supporting sharing city network organizers and events, researching and compiling training materials, developing a manual for establishing a network, coordinating mentoring support, and promoting our sharing city policy primer. Learn more. For more information, email with “NETWORK DIRECTOR APPLICANT” in the subject line to Mira Luna: mira@shareable.net

Program Office, New York Community Trust (NY, NY)

The program officer is responsible for the New York City and national environment grants programs and reports directly to the Vice President for Grants. For New York City, the Trust focuses on open space and parks, waterfront and brownfield reclamation, solid waste management, and air pollutants and other environmental toxins. Our national grants program targets climate and energy, environmental health, and habitat protection issues. The program officer will participate in a review of grantmaking strategies for these programs. Learn more. Interested individuals should send, by email or regular mail, a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to Joan Reedy, jmr@nyct-cfi.org