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Manager, Corporate and Foundation Giving

The Association of Partners for Public Lands (APPL) seeks an energetic Manager, Corporate and Foundation Giving to help develop and implement a short and long-range strategic fundraising program centered on corporate and foundation partnerships. Reporting to the executive director, the Manager will identify projects suitable for grant funding, research and write proposals, prepare presentations for decision-makers and build relationships with foundation and corporate officers.

To apply, send a resume, compelling letter of introduction describing your suitability for the position, and salary requirements to careers@appl.org with position title, “Manager, Corporate and Foundation Giving,” in the subject line of your email.

Resume reviews begin immediately and resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.

View full job description here.

 


Members

Alaska Geographic
Branch Manager at Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center

The Branch Manager manages the daily operations at the Alaska Geographic (Ak Geo) retail visitor centers at Mendenhall Glacier. He/she ensures the efficient running of all areas according to Alaska Geographic’s operating procedures. The Branch Manager reports to the Regional Operations Manager.



Canyonlands Natural History Association
Executive Director

Canyonlands Natural History Association is seeking a new Executive Director to provide innovative leadership based at its Moab, Utah headquarters. The Executive Director is responsible for the leadership and administrative functions associated with the operation, including primary responsibility for the design, management and maintenance of all CNHA sales outlets, on-line sales programs, wholesale distribution and warehouse operations. The ED takes a primary role in the development and implementation of strategic plans, by-laws, budgets, missions, partnership contracts, staff management, public relations, marketing, store design, publication and product development.
 
Apply via e-mail with cover letter, resume, (1) letter of professional reference, and a narrative describing the experience and attributes you bring to this position, in 500 words or less. Send to cnha@hintonburdick.com. For further information visit: http://www.cnha.org/employment.cfm. The application period deadline is March 10, 2016. Incomplete submissions will not be accepted for review.



Eastern National
Marketing and Communications Manager

The Marketing and Communications Manager helps Eastern National fulfill its educational mission to America’s national parks by aligning the marketing team’s work with the organization’s strategic goals. The Manager will plan, implement, and measure the effectiveness of annual and short-term marketing and communications initiatives, including new product launches, store advertising campaigns, internal and external communications, social media strategy, event promotions, public relations, brand initiatives, eCommerce initiatives, new store openings, the customer experience, and more.



Friends of Acadia
Centennial Coordinator

Friends of Acadia is accepting applications for the temporary position of Centennial Assistant. Acadia National Park will celebrate its 100th birthday in 2016. The Acadia Centennial Task Force, comprised of community members and representatives from Acadia National Park and Friends of Acadia, has been actively recruiting partners to plan programs and events, design and sell products tied to the Acadia centennial, and/or make financial and in-kind donations for the centennial. More than 225 community partners have signed on, many requiring support and coordination with the National Park Service. The National Park Service also celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2016, so the Centennial Assistant will be responsible for harmonizing Acadia’s plans with the national celebration and partners.



Friends of Black Rock / High Rock
Conservation Project & Outreach Coordinator – AmeriCorps Position

The Conservation Project & Outreach Coordinator will manage and direct conservation activities, recruit and manage volunteers, and conduct outreach for stewardship projects. The Coordinator will assist the Executive Director with stewardship projects and events throughout the Black Rock Desert High Rock Canyon Emigrant Trails National Conservation Area (NCA). This is a full-time, seasonal position. This position is located in Gerlach, and nights and weekend work is required. The workload for this position will be split between time spent in the Visitor Center/Office and work in the field.



Friends of Yaquina Lighthouses
Executive Director

Administer and execute policies, goals, and budgets approved by the Board. Direct, manage and coordinate day-to-day affairs of the organization to include oversight of the gift shops and all its operations and the employees and volunteers who staff the gift shops and elsewhere. Serve as the representative and liaison between the Friends of Yaquina Lighthouses, the Bureau of Land Management and Oregon Parks and Recreation Department and for the FOYL board members. This includes responsibility for the fundraising activities of the organization and for the protection and welfare of the organization's assets. He/she is responsible for the assignments and goals as directed by the Board.



Grand Canyon Association
Membership Coordinator

Grand Canyon Association is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Membership Coordinator. This is a full-time, benefit-eligible position that reports to the Senior Manager of Philanthropy. The position is based in Flagstaff, Arizona; this position could work at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon provided they have their own housing. Salary is commensurate with experience.For a full job description and applicant instructions please visit our website.

 


Grand Teton Association
Inventory Manager

Looking for strong candidates with the following qualifications: At least two years' experience with inventory control procedures; knowledge of POS programs, preferably Retail Star and Excel and good computer skills; supervisory experience; strong interpersonal skills are a must. Requirements: Lifting and loading weight of up to 50 lbs; daily positive interactions with vendors, partners, and staff; ability to pass a back ground check. To apply for this position please send a resume to Erin_O'Brien@.nps.gov.



Mesa Verde Museum Association
Executive Director

The Mesa Verde Museum Association (MVMA) is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Executive Director. The Executive Director is the principal executive officer of MVMA, and is responsible for the planning and execution of day-to-day operations; financial systems and reporting, staffing of MVMA, in accordance with the policy guidance and fiscal controls established by the Board of Directors. Strong candidates will have excellent history with financial management and operations to align with our current goals and trajectory. We are also looking for a strong leader to guide efforts in unique ways as we move forward with our programmatic support for Mesa Verde National Park.



National Parks Conservation Association
Director, Research and Impact Evaluation

The Director of Research and Impact Evaluation will lead and guide the development and implementation of best practice research, metrics development, and the design of participatory evaluation systems for select programs and projects at the National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA). The Director will conduct research, and coordinate with and provide technical assistance to internal and external stakeholders with a keen eye for simple, compelling, and easy to understand visuals, language and products.

 


National Park Foundation
Executive Vice President

The National Park Foundation is seeking to hire an Executive Vice President to serve as second in command of the Foundation and play a primary role in managing the organization and executing key functions related to fundraising, program, partnerships, marketing and communications, and government relations.

 


Theodore Roosevelt Nature and History Association
Seasonal Visitor Service Clerk (2 vacancies)

TRNHA is seeking to fill a full-time seasonal position as a Visitor Service Clerk. This position will be responsible for operating bookstores, managing inventory, maintaining TRNHA funds, and interpreting the National Park. The visitor service clerk will operate bookstores at the Painted Canyon and South Unit Visitor centers of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Employees must have strong social skills, be well organized, and independent. Salary: $13.55/hr. Employment Date: May to Sept 2016. Travel Requirements: Must have personal transportation to travel to and from assigned work station. Ask about NPS housing rental availability during interview.


Seasonal Inventory & Bookstore Assistant

TRNHA is seeking to fill a full-time seasonal position as an Inventory and Bookstore Assistant. This position manages inventory and oversees bookstore operations. Qualified candidates should possess strong communication skills, be organized, and self-motivated. Salary: $15.49/hr. Employment Date: April 18, 2016 through November 4, 2016. Travel Requirements: Must have personal transportation to travel to and from assigned work station. Ask about NPS housing rental availability during interview.


Operations Assistant

TRNHA is seeking to fill a full-time year round position as Operations Assistant. This position offers clerical and logistical support for the Association's programs. The Operations Assistant will be responsible for overseeing all bookstore locations, managing inventory, advertising, and maintaining TRNHA's membership programs. Qualified applicants must possess strong computer skills, strong social skills, be self-motivated, and well organized. Salary: $17.06/hr. Benefits will be discussed at interview. Starting Date: April 18, 2016. Travel Requirements: Must have personal transportation to travel to and from assigned work station.



Yellowstone Association
Director of Retail

Come to Yellowstone as our Director of Retail! The Director of Retail is responsible for all aspects of YA’s Retail business, including strategy, planning, product development, supply, demand, operations, customer service and staff management to ensure the achievement of retail goals for Yellowstone Association’s 12 Park Stores in and around Yellowstone National Park. The Director of Retail is a member of the YA Leadership Team, a team that requires a hands-on collaborative approach to solving the challenges of the entire organization. Strong ability to partner with the National Park Service is essential to success in this position. Apply on-line for this position at yellowstoneassociation.org/jobs.


Retail Supply Chain Manager

Yellowstone Association's Supply Chain Manager is responsible for all aspects of planning, procurement, scheduling, capacity planning, distribution and logistics of interpretive products for Yellowstone Association’s 12 Park Stores in and around Yellowstone National Park. This position enhances the supply chain processes and oversees the execution of procurement and distribution of product for YA’s Retail business. Apply on-line for this position at yellowstoneassociation.org/jobs.



Agency Partners and Non-Members

National Park Service: Department of the Interior
Supervisory Park Ranger (I): Saint Croix, VI

The incumbent has the responsibility for the overall planning, development, execution, integration, evaluation, and quality control of a comprehensive personal and non-personal interpretive programs, environmental education program. These programs interpret natural, cultural, and recreational resources for a diverse and changing clientele through an educational outreach program, interpretive programs, exhibits, a variety of wayside exhibits, and a publication program. The incumbent also contributes to the web and social media resources developed for park visitors. The incumbent works closely with other park staff to gain support for division and park goals. Coordinates inter-division and inter-park projects and programs. Directs all administrative functions for the division to include budget, travel, payroll, personnel actions, reports and correspondence.

Open Period: Tuesday, February 2, 2016 to Tuesday, February 23, 2016

 


U.S. Department of the Interior: Bureau of Land Management
Assistant Director, Communications and Public Relations: Washington DC, DC

The incumbent serves as the Assistant Director, Communications and Public Affairs, which is located within the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). The incumbent is responsible for developing communications strategies targeted to a wide range of audiences including the Administration; Congress; the media; various federal, state, and local government agencies; the public, and BLM employees. The incumbent also develops policies to effectively implement its functional areas. The Directorate provides strategic direction and oversight in the areas of public affairs, legislative affairs, regulatory affairs, correspondence, international affairs, and citizen advisory committees.

Open Period: Monday, February 1, 2016 to Wednesday, March 2, 2016

 


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