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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 Jersey Audubon

Director - Coalition for the Delaware River Watershed

Trenton, New Jersey

The Director will be responsible for overseeing all Coalition activities, including member relations, advancing the Coalition’s conservation agenda, and raising awareness of the Delaware River Watershed with the public, media, and policymakers, as well as working with the Vice President of Government Relations to advance New Jersey Audubon’s conservation agenda. General responsibilities include managing a three-member staff team, consultants, and re-grant recipients; collaborating with Coalition members and partners; project planning and implementation; overseeing communications with the media, general public, and funders; leading advocacy efforts; and fundraising. Specific tasks undertaken by the Director will encompass managing the planning and implementation grassroots/grasstops outreach and political strategy, overseeing media outreach, supervising meeting and conference planning and management, public speaking, budgeting, and writing press releases, grant applications, and other materials.

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Campaign Manager, Watershed Advocacy

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

PennFuture seeks a Campaign Manager to lead high impact campaigns around water issues affecting Pennsylvania’s environment and communities in the Susquehanna River watershed. The Campaign Manager will develop and lead bold, sophisticated, and integrated campaigns that generate citizen action to create and improve policies that protect Pennsylvania’s local waters and public health. The Campaign Manager will be responsible for communicating watershed issues to PennFuture constituents, the general public, and decision makers. He or she will also interpret the science for public consumption, advocate for effective watershed policies, and work with PennFuture’s legal staff to advance legal action, when appropriate.

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