The National Wildlife Federation's state and territorial affiliates form the backbone of the Federation. Our 51 affiliate partners are leaders on state and local conservation efforts, employing dedicated conservationists who are making real strides in protecting our natural resources. Explore the opportunities below to work for an affiliate organization and join the Federation family.
New York, New York
Environmental Advocates of New York is seeking a Director of Development who will lead and be responsible for our revenue generation efforts. The Director of Development is a newly created position to ensure Environmental Advocates has a senior manager focused on securing the additional revenues we need to expand and achieve our bold new vision. The Director will manage and grow the current two-person development team. The Director of Development reports directly to the Executive Director. The Director of Development is a senior staff member, making important managerial, strategic development and budgetary decisions for the organization. The Director of Development is responsible for developing and implementing the organization’s fundraising plan, supervising the development team and will have direct responsibility securing foundation contributions. The Director of Development works in partnership with the Executive Director to secure annual revenue goals.Check out this job »
The Conservation Program Coordinator will grow the reach and influence of the Idaho Wildlife Federation’s (IWF’s) wildlife and habitat conservation efforts, and sportsman advocacy. The position will develop new and existing conservation programs and campaigns utilizing government processes, grassroots organizing, and employing volunteer projects. The coordinator will assist in the overall operations and programs of our organization as needed, and improve IWF’s visibility around the state with decision makers and partners. Job responsibilities include understanding the core functions of legislative and policy research, grassroots and community organizing, public lands management and processes, and private landowner relationship building. This full-time position requires awareness of current political and scientific issues and IWF’s public policy objectives and strategies in order to serve as a resource for IWF members, key stakeholders, and the public at large.Check out this job »
The Communications Manager is responsible for developing and implementing the internal and external communications strategy for Virginia Conservation Network (VCN). This individual will work closely with VCN’s program staff and Network Partners to ensure the network’s common agenda is elevated to our 100+ partner organizations, as well as state legislators, members of the media, and the general public.Check out this job »
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