National Audubon Society Job Opportunities

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The Boreal Conservation Specialist will be a key member of the national science team and will primarily work with the International Alliances Program (IAP) Boreal Conservation Initiative. The Boreal Conservation Initiative’s goals are to increase awareness of and support for boreal conservation, develop science that highlights the conservation values and priorities for the boreal forest region, and collaborate with Indigenous governments and communities to advance their conservation and stewardship goals across the boreal forest.   The boreal forest—North America’s bird nursery—is one of the largest intact forests left on Earth. Stretching from Alaska to Labrador, it provides nesting grounds and migratory stopovers for nearly half of the common bird species found in North America. Reporting to Audubon’s Senior Spatial Ecologist, with a dotted line to the Vice President of Boreal Conservation, and working closely with IAP’s Science Director, this position will help drive conservation outcomes for the boreal forest and the birds that depend on it by synthesizing, generating or facilitating development of information to support Indigenous protected area proposals. The candidate will also help identify opportunities to connect the work and findings in the boreal with Audubon’s annual lifecycle work across the Americas. In addition, the candidate will be responsible for communications with internal and external partners, research related to the global significance of the boreal forest, and coordination of science and monitoring projects with Indigenous groups.
Job ID
2021-4701
Job Category
Science
State
Maine
Audubon is hiring a Senior Associate, Coastal Resilience (CT) to identify opportunities and lead efforts to restore, enhance, and manage priority coastal habitats for the benefit of salt marsh dependent bird species and to increase coastal resilience. The position is part of Audubon’s Conservation Department. The position will be based at Southbury, CT.
Job ID
2021-4679
Job Category
Science
State
Connecticut
City
Southbury
The Communications Associate acts as the team coordinator for the Communications Committee of the Restore the Mississippi River Delta Coalition. This person will play a key role in building awareness and support both in Louisiana and nationwide for restoration of the Mississippi River Delta on behalf of National Audubon Society, Environmental Defense Fund, and National Wildlife Federation, as well as in collaboration with regional partners Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana and Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation.   They will support a variety of communications projects through regular reporting on team deliverables, monitoring coverage in the media and other channels, as well as facilitating effective team workflow and operations. The Communications Associate should also possess a strength for multiplatform storytelling and will help develop a wide range of campaign materials across web and print, as well as manage and maintain the coalition-branded blog as well as various other programs.   While the Communications Associate will be an employee of the National Audubon Society, subject to all its human resource policies and benefits, they will have a majority-reporting role to the joint campaign’s Communications Committee and help support all of its member organizations.   An active pursuit of racial equity is a moral and strategic imperative for Audubon. We are committed to becoming a workplace in which every employee feels valued, seen, and heard, and in which everyone has the opportunity to grow, thrive, and live their values. We know that a more diverse Audubon allows us to be more equitable and inclusive in how and where we work.
Job ID
2021-4628
Job Category
Communications/Marketing
State
Louisiana
City
New Orleans
The Communications Manager will be responsible for the implementation of strategies that strategically advance  Audubon Texas’s conservation goals. They will conduct day-to-day work in the areas of planning, marketing, writing, print/electronic communication and publication, media and public relations, production and project management. This position reports to the VP & Executive Director, Audubon Texas.   **In order to be considered for this opportunity, please submit a cover letter.  
Job ID
2021-4610
Job Category
Communications/Marketing
State
Texas
City
Austin
The conservation intern will contribute to conservation and outreach work around the Grange Insurance Audubon center.  In particular, the intern will work on the “gardening for birds” project, helping to plant and maintain a hummingbird garden as well as other native gardens around the center and interpreting for the public. The applicant must be highly motivated in engaging the public. The applicant will also be a ‘roving naturalist’, assisting with turtle care, assisting with weekly programming for young children and adults on a variety of nature topics, and working with volunteers with conservation events including river clean ups and invasive species removal.   Applicant will be provided with training in: plant and bird identification, educational program development, gardening skills and tool use, leading educational programs, and professional development such as cover letter or CV mentorship.  Applicant will work closely with center conservation manager and learn about various conservation programs.
Job ID
2021-4705
Job Category
Internships/Fellowships
State
Ohio
City
Columbus
The Conservation Manager, Minnesota will be an integral member of the Audubon Minnesota and Upper Mississippi River (AM/UMR) team.  They will be responsible for developing partnerships, engaging the network, and implementing conservation projects that realize Audubon’s ambitious goals for the region with an emphasis on program delivery across the state of Minnesota. Working closely with public agencies, tribes, NGO partners, Audubon’s network of chapters and volunteers, the Conservation Manager will restore habitat for birds and people, while supporting Audubon’s policy and engagement teams in shaping a diverse constituency that defends and creates meaningful public policy across the state of Minnesota.   The Conservation Manager will manage and further develop ongoing conservation projects in Audubon’s key geographies. This role will also strengthen relationships and secure funding to expand Audubon’s on-the-ground conservation work in priority regions of Minnesota and beyond, with a focus on Important Bird Areas and habitats that support focal species while building climate resiliency in the region. Working with the AM/UMR policy and engagement teams, they will build support that helps realize Audubon’s Climate, Bird-Friendly Communities, Coasts, Water and Working Lands conservation goals and policy goals. The Conservation Manager will grow and diversify Audubon’s conservation partnerships, community science participation, stewardship engagement and advocacy efforts.    This role will supervise Minnesota-based conservation team members and report to the Director of Conservation, Audubon Minnesota and Upper Mississippi River.
Job ID
2021-4685
Job Category
Land Stewardship
State
Minnesota
City
Roseville
The Conservation Manager for Audubon Great Lakes in Wisconsin will be an integral member of the Audubon Great Lakes team.  They will be responsible for building partnerships, engaging the network, and implementing conservation projects that realize Audubon’s ambitious goals for the region with an emphasis on program delivery across the state of Wisconsin. Working closely with public agencies, tribes, NGO partners, Audubon’s network of chapters and volunteers, the Conservation Manager will restore habitat for birds and people, while supporting Audubon’s policy and engagement teams in building a diverse constituency that defends and creates strong public policy across the five-state Great Lakes region (WI, IL, IN, MI, OH).   The Conservation Manager will manage and further develop ongoing conservation projects in Audubon’s key geographies. This role will also build relationships and secure funding to expand Audubon’s on-the-ground conservation work in priority regions of Wisconsin and beyond as identified in Audubon’s Great Lakes conservation plan. The Conservation Manager will engage existing conservation partners to advance national and regional advocacy goals and focus on diversifying Audubon’s network. Working with the Great Lakes policy and engagement teams, they will build support that helps realize Audubon’s Climate, Coasts, Water and Working Lands conservation objectives and policy goals. The Conservation Manager will grow and diversify Audubon’s conservation partnerships, community science participation, stewardship engagement and advocacy efforts.   This role will report to the Director of Conservation, Great Lakes and Upper Mississippi Flyway.
Job ID
2021-4677
Job Category
Program/Project Management
State
Wisconsin
The Coordinator, Conservation Education will oversee the day-to-day educational programming for the John James Audubon Center (“Center” or “JJAC”), and will report to the Public Programs Manager.  Their role will be  to coordinate school, public and community conservation programming focusing on work in Norristown, PA. Educational content should align with Audubon’s mission and further national, regional (Mid-Atlantic) and Center strategic goals with an emphasis on engagement that is equitable, diverse and inclusive. The Coordinator must be team oriented and have a “can-do” attitude.
Job ID
2021-4678
Job Category
Education/Teaching
State
Pennsylvania
City
Audubon
The Delaware River Watershed Fellow will serve as an ambassador for Audubon Mid-Atlantic and the Delaware River watershed by engaging our watershed community, inspiring watershed stewardship and helping APA reach and engage new and underserved audiences. By the end of the 12 weeks of service, Fellows will have become local watershed ambassadors in their community and will have introduced many new people to their local trails, waterways, and environmental center, as well as the steps they can take to help restore and protect the Delaware River watershed.
Job ID
2021-4634
Job Category
Internships/Fellowships
State
Pennsylvania
City
Audubon
The Development Coordinator will play a critical role on Audubon’s Central & Mississippi Flyway development team and is ideal for someone looking to expand their experience and understanding of non-profit fundraising. The coordinator will support the team to develop and maintain individual donor relationships by providing mid-level administrative support to the fundraising team, act as “super user” of Audubon’s CRM database (Salesforce) and be an important development resource for state and center staff across the flyway. This position reports to the Development Manager, Central & Mississippi Flyways, and will support the Central & Mississippi Flyways fundraising team.   Please submit a cover letter and resume to be considered for this position. The hiring team is located in Chicago, however, we are open to in-office and remote candidates across the Central (ND, SD, NE, WY, CO, UT, NM, AZ, TX) and Mississippi Flyways (MN, WI, IA, IL, MO, MI, IN, OH, AR, LA, MS). 
Job ID
2021-4712
Job Category
Development/Fundraising
State
Illinois
City
Chicago
The Audubon Development Internship Program is designed to introduce students to Audubon’s mission and the priorities and programs that advance the work to engage people in bird conservation on a hemispheric scale through science, policy, education and on-the-ground conservation action. The selected intern will support and participate in the work of the development operation, which secures the resources to maintain Audubon’s position as a relevant, vibrant, and viable organization. The intern will become acquainted with the professional areas of development, including individual and institutional fundraising, development services, prospect research, development communications, and event management. This person will further be responsible for several timely projects, which are listed below.     The program represents a new partnership between Audubon’s Development Office and the College of the Holy Cross (Holy Cross). Holy Cross is a New England, Jesuit liberal arts college that has been recognized for its commitment to sustainability for more than a decade. The College considers safeguarding the environment for future generations a reflection of its Jesuit mission and is committed to reaching net-zero emission by 2040.   Professional Development Outcomes: - Gain an understanding of the Audubon’s role in conservation. - Consider career opportunities in conservation, development, or related roles. - Learn the essential role of development of within a non-profit organization. - Enhance relationship-building skills that are necessary in a successful development career. At the end of the internship, it is intended that this individual will have completed several experiential learning assignments and gained an understanding of how a professional development operation expands opportunities through strategic vision, innovation, collaboration, and sound leadership. The paid internship is approximately 35 hours per week and may be fully remote. It spans a six- to eight-week period from July to August. Applicants must provide a cover letter that describes their interest in the position, a resume, and samples of academic, extracurricular, or community projects managed by the applicant. 
Job ID
2021-4704
Job Category
Development/Fundraising
The Director of Conservation will lead the development of landscape scale conservation goals aligned with Audubon’s five priority conservation strategies in Iowa, Minnesota and Missouri for the benefit of birds and the places they need to thrive. Their portfolio includes leading the science inspired conservation objectives of Audubon’s Upper Mississippi River initiative, which spans Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, and Wisconsin. They will work closely with Audubon Great Lakes, the Audubon Center at Riverlands, the National Audubon Conservation Team and leadership in the Upper Mississippi Flyway.  The Director of Conservation will collaborate with natural resource agencies (federal, state, county, and municipal), private conservation organizations, tribes and Audubon chapters in order to create long lasting conservation programs that deliver results for bird populations while improving climate resiliency. The Director of Conservation will work closely with national, flyway, and state fundraising, science, engagement, and policy teams to build sustainable income streams, conservation science strategies, and policy and engagement strategies to further Audubon’s conservation goals in the region. Additionally, the Director of Conservation will be a key player in AM/UMR’s Mississippi River Initiative which aims to improve water quality, hydrological management, and community health that also supports the birds of the Mississippi Flyway.     Reporting to the Vice President and Executive Director for Audubon Minnesota and the Upper Mississippi River, the Director of Conservation will manage the conservation and science staff throughout the region, including tracking conservation activity and defining measures of results. They will develop funding proposals to foundations, corporations, agencies, and people. This role will also be responsible for identifying funding opportunities and managing the funding relationships with natural resource agencies at multiple levels of governance along with some funder and donor relationships as assigned.
Job ID
2021-4686
Job Category
Program/Project Management
State
Minnesota
City
Roseville
The National Audubon Society is offering a crash course in how to create an award-winning magazine and website. As a full-time fellow, the journalist will have the chance to be a valuable member of our team, contributing both digital and print content and getting a behind-the-scenes look at what it’s like to be an editor at a major publication. This fellowship is a training ground for a long-term, successful career in journalism. Ideal candidates will have strong writing and communication skills as well as an interest in covering topics ranging from  science and conservation news to environmental and social justice. Immersed in the day-to-day operations, the fellow will hone the skill of creating fresh and accurate content on fast-paced deadlines and develop a stronger ability to tell longer, engaging narrative stories. The intent is for fellows to gain experience, published work, and job savvy that will help them land a staff job or launch a successful freelance career.    The fellowship is approximately 35 hours per week and spans a period of up to six months, from July to December. The position is currently being offered remotely.   To apply, please upload a one-page cover letter, one-page resume, and links to three to five writing samples. The links can be included in the cover letter.
Job ID
2021-4671
Job Category
Internships/Fellowships
State
New York
The Grange Insurance Audubon Center is a sanctuary for birds and nature lovers set in parkland created from a former industrial site in the heart of downtown Columbus, along the Scioto River.  The LEED-Certified 18,000 sq. ft. building is surrounded by a 120-acre metro park, which brings visitors from the community and beyond for onsite education programs, as well as for special public and private events.     We are seeking an energetic and qualified candidate to oversee special events (primarily weddings) at the Grange Insurance Audubon Center.  This role will work closely with guests and vendors to ensure a positive experience and that guests are good stewards of the 18,000 sq ft. LEED-Certified building. The Events and Front Desk Attendant will also be responsible for promoting our mission and membership to attendees and visitors.   This part-time position requires someone to work days, evenings and weekend hours when needed. 
Job ID
2021-4682
Job Category
Facilities/Property Maintenance
State
Ohio
City
Columbus
The Grounds and Maintenance Worker will assist in the maintenance of structures, buildings, roadways, trails, and anything related to the 200-acre sanctuary. This position will conduct a variety of maintenance and groundskeeping tasks three days weekly, including but not limited to: improving repair, painting, plumbing, electrical, carpentry, mowing, weed-eating, maintenance to related equipment. It also includes opening and closing facilities to the public.
Job ID
2021-4687
Job Category
Facilities/Property Maintenance
State
Ohio
City
Dayton
The 2021 Eco-Leadership Corps will engage selected high school interns in five weeks of compensated conservation leadership development while exploring and enhancing the 285-acre Greenwich Audubon Main Sanctuary. The intern, Eco-Leadership Corp will study New England ecology with Audubon naturalists, improve bird habitat through hands-on learning of land stewardship practices, and develop curriculum for use in Audubon programs throughout the region. Interns will represent diverse backgrounds and experiences.   Each week, Intern, Eco-Leadership Corp focus their learning on a particular element of the environment that interests them, developing lesson plans for delivery to K-5th grade participants in the Greenwich Audubon Summer Nature Day Camp. Corps interns will hone their creativity and program design skills as they construct culturally relevant grade-school lessons for Audubon field trips, in-school outreach and partners across CT and NY.   Primary outcomes of the Eco-Leadership Corps Program include: - Advancing leadership and public speaking skills - Lasting on-site impact to habitat benefiting birds and other wildlife - Weekly grade-school nature lesson development and delivery with results measurement and assessments - Designing a nature curriculum package -complete with hands-on planting project, locally relevant lesson guides and science teaching tools- for use by Audubon teacher-partners in majority BIPOC learning environments
Job ID
2021-4657
Job Category
Internships/Fellowships
State
Connecticut
City
Greenwich
The Paul J. Rainey Wildlife Sanctuary is a 26,000-acre refuge owned by the National Audubon Society in Vermilion Parish, Louisiana. Established in 1924, it’s Audubon’s oldest and largest sanctuary.  The property includes not only marshland and ponds but beach and bay-shore.  The Rainey sanctuary provides habitat for over 200 species of birds including endangered piping plovers and more recently, whooping cranes.  Cougars, coyotes, bobcats, otters, muskrat, and nutria also call Rainey home.    The Land and Facilities Coordinator will support the Sanctuary Manager with the daily operations at Rainey Sanctuary. This includes land and habitat overseeing and improvements, maintenance of structures and equipment, monitoring of boat traffic and waterways, and more.    This is a part-time position and will require transportation, of seven miles, by boat to the Sanctuary where work will be performed, and overnight stays of two nights per week at the Sanctuary.
Job ID
2021-4683
Job Category
Facilities/Property Maintenance
State
Louisiana
City
Perry
Audubon’s will work with one legal or policy intern, who will support our policy team’s coastal policy and natural infrastructure work. We are looking for an individual interested in environmental conservation law and policy, climate resilience, coastal management, and/or marine conservation law and policy. The intern will provide legal and/or policy research and analysis to advance our policy program’s goals, which include informing legislative and administrative actions related to natural infrastructure, coastal management, disaster recovery, fisheries management, endangered species, environmental review, among other topics.   This intern will contribute to the goals of the coastal program in a variety of ways, with many opportunities to dive deeper into projects based on interest and needs. This full-time paid internship will take place during the summer semester (dates are flexible and can follow University schedules/student needs).
Job ID
2021-4670
Job Category
Internships/Fellowships
State
Washington, DC
National Audubon Society will work with one legal extern,  for academic credit, who will support our policy team’s work on advancing climate resilient communities and habitats for birds and other wildlife. We are looking for an individual interested in environmental conservation law and policy, climate resilience, coastal management, and/or marine conservation law and policy. The intern will provide legal and policy research and analysis to advance our policy program’s goals, which include informing legislative and administrative actions related to nature-based solutions, coastal management, disaster recovery, fisheries management, endangered species, environmental review, among other topics.
Job ID
2021-4656
Job Category
Internships/Fellowships
State
Washington, DC
Reporting to the Senior Director, Direct Response, the Manager, Direct Response Data and Analytics will be responsible for the direct response marketing database (EveryAction) and provide support for the analysis of program performance. The Manager will work closely with program area managers for low dollar, mid-level, and digital. The primary responsibility of this role is to be the database business analyst for direct response. This will also include understanding the data integration with Salesforce and partnering with the IT data team and Development Services in maintaining the quality of Audubon’s donor data across all platforms. This position will support the department’s use of the EveryAction marketing database for direct mail, telemarketing and digital. This role will also support the Senior Director, Direct Response, and Vice President in fundraising analysis, and engage extensively with external strategy consultants.   New York or DC are preferred locations, however we will consider applicants from across the US.
Job ID
2021-4709
Job Category
Development/Fundraising
State
New York
City
New York
The Manager, Public Programs will be the primary connection between Aullwood Audubon and its constituents, members, visitors, customers, learners, and teachers. It will also play a lead role in planning, developing, managing and executing the education programs, exhibits, and social media outreach that drive attendance and expand the reach of Aullwood in the greater Miami Valley region, the State of Ohio, and beyond.  The primary goals of this position will be to diversify and grow Aullwood’s audience and community science initiatives.
Job ID
2021-4637
Job Category
Education/Teaching
State
Ohio
City
Dayton
Within Audubon Nebraska, Spring Creek Prairie Audubon Center (SCP) focuses on grassland bird conservation by restoring and maintaining the tallgrass prairie ecosystem, and the Iain Nicolson Audubon Center at Rowe Sanctuary (Rowe) focuses on conservation of the Platte River ecosystem and the birds that rely on it. Sustainable conservation is dependent on an environmentally literate and engaged community at each Center, so the Audubon Nebraska education team is expanding local education and engagement opportunities in the communities surrounding the Center with emphasis on the cities of Lincoln, Denton, Crete, and others. Education programming spans from elementary to adult age groups and strives to engage new and underserved audiences.   Audubon Nebraska seeks to hire a six-month seasonal position that will work primarily at SCP. The position will assist in education and outreach programming as well as volunteer coordination, and community science and Audubon Plants For Birds projects.
Job ID
2021-4688
Job Category
Community Relations/Outreach
State
Nebraska
City
Denton
The Policy Director will lead and define policy efforts and overall governmental affairs functions to advance Audubon’s mission and bird conservation goals in Iowa, Minnesota and Missouri. Reporting to the Vice President and Executive Director of Audubon Minnesota and the Upper Mississippi River (AM/UMR), they will serve as a part of AM/UMR’s senior leadership team and work closely with regional and national staff to design strategic policy agendas, initiatives, and campaigns.    The Policy Director will lead the development and implementation of a regional policy agenda that advances Audubon’s priorities at the state, regional and federal levels. In the region, early priorities will focus on advancing Audubon’s agenda related to the Mississippi River, the Great Lakes, and climate solutions.  The Policy Director is responsible for shaping and executing a policy agenda and implementation plan including engaging chapters, bolstering Audubon’s grassroots network, and building key partnerships and coalitions. This includes proactively communicating issues and positions and supporting fundraising efforts for successful policy campaigns and conservation outcomes.  Additionally, they will be a key player in AM/UMR’s Mississippi River Initiative which aims to improve water quality, hydrological management, and community health that also supports the birds of the Mississippi Flyway.     The ideal candidate is a skilled, experienced manager and strategic thinker with a working background knowledge of the policy and political landscape of the Iowa, Minnesota and Missouri Region. Experience working on water, agriculture, and/or climate issues will be critical for success in this position.
Job ID
2021-4684
Job Category
Advocacy/Public Policy/Government Relations
State
Minnesota
City
Roseville
The Policy Director will oversee Audubon’s freshwater policy work in Wisconsin and will be a critical regional leader that will help drive Audubon Great Lakes’ vision to implement transformative policy solutions in the Midwest and mobilize an effective conservation network of members and volunteer chapters. Audubon is committed to turning pragmatic policy ideas into real protections for birds and the places they need.   Reporting to the Senior Director, Audubon Great Lakes; the Policy Director will be a key member of the Audubon Great Lakes (AGL) team. They are responsible for planning and executing a comprehensive strategy to advance a bipartisan policy agenda at the local, state, and/or federal levels in targeted AGL states with a particular near-term focus on developing and advancing a proactive freshwater policy agenda in Wisconsin.  The Policy Director will work in collaboration with AGL and national policy staff and will ensure that Audubon’s Wisconsin and Great Lakes’ freshwater policy programs are just and equitable, benefiting the full diversity of people and communities who depend upon these freshwater systems, and enabling their voices to help shape the ongoing management and enjoyment of these natural resources.   The Policy Director will build and maintain bipartisan working relationships with external partners and stakeholders, the Wisconsin Governor’s office, state and federal legislative offices, relevant local officials, and state and/or federal agencies to remain informed of policy and legislative developments related to Audubon’s agenda. They will help advance opportunities to leverage Audubon’s best assets – an engaged and growing grassroots membership, a desire to build broad coalitions, and an organization-wide commitment to pragmatic science-based solutions – in pursuit of sustainable policy accomplishments with state and federal decision makers.   The strong preference is for this position to be based in Wisconsin with travel to Chicago, IL, Washington DC and other locations around the region, as needed.  
Job ID
2021-4615
Job Category
Advocacy/Public Policy/Government Relations
State
Wisconsin
The Policy Director will oversee Audubon’s climate and energy policy work in Indiana and will be a critical regional leader that will drive Audubon Great Lakes’ vision to implement transformative policy solutions in the Midwest and mobilize an effective conservation network of members and volunteer chapters. Audubon is committed to turning pragmatic policy ideas into real protections for birds and the places they need.   Reporting to the Senior Policy Director, Audubon Great Lakes; the Policy Director position will be a key member of the Audubon Great Lakes (AGL) team. They are responsible for planning and executing a comprehensive strategy to advance a bipartisan policy agenda at the local, state, and/or federal levels in targeted AGL states with a particular near-term focus on developing and advancing proactive climate policy, clean energy siting and natural climate conservation solutions in Indiana.  The Policy Director works in collaboration with AGL and national policy staff, and will ensure that Audubon’s Indiana and Great Lakes’ climate policy programs are just, equitable, and beneficial for the full diversity of people and communities in the Great Lakes region.   The Policy Director will build and maintain bipartisan working relationships with external partners and stakeholders, the Indiana Governor’s office, Indiana state and federal legislative offices, relevant local officials, and Indiana state and/or federal agencies to remain informed of policy and legislative developments related to Audubon’s agenda. They will help advance opportunities to leverage Audubon’s best assets – an engaged and growing grassroots membership, a desire to build broad coalitions, and an organization-wide commitment to pragmatic science-based solutions – in pursuit of sustainable policy accomplishments with state and federal decision makers.   The strong preference is for this position to be based in Indiana with travel to Chicago, IL, Washington DC and other locations around the region, as needed.
Job ID
2021-4614
Job Category
Advocacy/Public Policy/Government Relations
State
Indiana
The Program Manager provides high-quality program development and delivery to advance equity and inclusion across the Audubon network, including project and partnerships management, training and organization culture initiatives, overseeing Audubon affinity groups and cultural heritage programs, and managing calendars, travel, expenses, and other tasks for the Chief Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Officer (CEDIO). The Program Manager must possess excellent judgment, prioritization and organizational skills and have the ability to drive tasks/projects to completion under limited supervision and as part of a team.   Interested candidates should submit a cover letter with their resume. This position can be remote across the US, or located in our New York or DC offices. 
Job ID
2021-4629
Job Category
Program/Project Management
State
New York
City
New York
The Greenwich Audubon Center opened in 1943 as the National Audubon Society’s first environmental education center in the United States. The 285-acre sanctuary has approximately seven miles of trails that lead to a hardwood forest, old fields, a lake, streams and vernal ponds. Each year, over tens of thousands of adults and children visit Audubon to hike and participate in school, family and adult programs, including citizen science surveys and counts, land stewardship projects, summer camps, lectures and presentations, and natural history and ecology education programs. Ultimately, our programs give people the information they need to make informed decisions about how they interact with nature. Through education, public policy, and science, we hope to build a culture of conservation and environmental stewards for now and in the future.   The Seasonal Camp Coordinator/First Aid Counselor will be responsible for responding to all first aid/CPR incidences and emergencies that take place during the Audubon Greenwich Summer Camp hours (9:30 AM - 3:30 PM – July 12 – August 20). In addition, The Seasonal First Aid Counselor will coordinate the Eco-Leadership Corp Internship program.   Summer camp staff will work as needed based on any restrictions required because of COVID-19 requirements. Summer programming will primarily be 100% outdoors, with the exception of thunderstorms or other potentially dangerous hazards. All camp staff will be required to complete and pass a COVID-19 health questionnaire each day before the start of camp. At the discretion of the Center Director, summer staff will be required to receive a COVID-19 test multiple times throughout the summer.  Staff showing/feeling any signs of COVID-19, will be asked to be tested for COVID-19 and remain home until results are received. If the counselor tests positive, they will be required to not return to camp until they have complied with current State guidelines for quarantine. If there are any campers and/or counselors who become ill with COVID symptoms during camp, they will be required to be tested and their small group cohort will need to quarantine for the recommended amount of time.
Job ID
2021-4666
Job Category
Education/Teaching
State
Connecticut
City
Greenwich
Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary is a private not-for-profit Audubon Sanctuary encompassing 13,000 acres in Southwest Florida’s western Everglades. Being a part of the Corkscrew team means making a difference for conservation.  The Campus Host position is a part-time seasonal position assisting with essential end-of-day and center-related functions related to guest safety and facility support and security. Campus Hosts support the Blair Visitor Center by ensuring that all visitors have made it off the boardwalk at the close of business hours, and securing the gates and parking lot. Campus Hosts serve as on-call resources on weekends and after hours for alarms or unexpected needs that arise from interns or guests such as visiting scientists. Campus Hosts share on-call and closing responsibilities in shifts with others. Campus Hosts can expect to work an average of two to five hours per scheduled shift. When not working, opportunities abound for Campus Hosts interested in volunteering in public education, resource management, maintenance, and more. This is an exciting seasonal opportunity to work with a leader within the conservation industry.    Campus Hosts are required to live on-site in their personal RV (Recreational Vehicle) on one of Audubon’s two RV pads. The RV pads are nestled in the pine flatwoods near the housing area. Each site is equipped with water, sewer and electricity hook-ups as well as a private outdoor patio and grill. Corkscrew is a remote sanctuary.
Job ID
2021-4674
Job Category
Facilities/Property Maintenance
State
Florida
City
Naples
Reporting to the Engagement Management and working closely with the program leads, the Communications Seasonal is responsible for helping with Audubon South Carolina’s social media communications, including developing online and social media content for the upcoming year for policy and advocacy, conservation programs, community science, major activities and holidays, and Beidler Forest and Silver Bluff centers and sanctuary. They will also support creating an internal guide for effective and consistent social media engagement and supporting the development of a content calendar for fiscal year 2022. In partnership with the Engagement Manager, they will help provide training to Audubon South Carolina staff on supporting successful social media engagement to elevate conservation work and programs. Additionally, they will ensure all Audubon South Carolina social media channels are following key stakeholders with particular attention paid to policy decision makers. Working with the Policy Director, they will ensure climate solutions and policy advocacy are integrated into the social media content.
Job ID
2021-4711
Job Category
Communications/Marketing
State
South Carolina
City
Charleston
To safely, implement TRSAC Programs for children ages 5-14. Seasonal Educator will be needed approximately 9 weeks over the course of the summer (1 week of training, 8 weeks of camp) Monday through Thursday, for 7-8 hours per day. Summer camp staff will work as needed based on any restrictions, because of COVID-19 requirements or weather related program cancellations.
Job ID
2021-4647
Job Category
Education/Teaching
State
New York
City
Oyster Bay
The field assistants, as part of the upland field crew, implement the innovative Starr Ranch invasive species control and coastal sage scrub and native grassland restoration project. This is a research-based project to control Cynara cardunculus (artichoke thistle) and other invasive species without chemicals and restore to rare native habitat.   Must work well with people as part of a field crew (6) who perform mechanical and physical removal of artichoke thistle and all aspects of invasive species control and restoration including non-chemical control of other invasive species, native seed collection and planting, and quantitative monitoring.   Experience in outdoor physical work and plant sampling in the field desirable as is enthusiasm for working outdoors. Opportunity to live on our 4000-acre Sanctuary. We have an evolving coronavirus safety plan and will follow CDC andSave Orange County Public Health recommendations.   **Please submit a cover letter with your application for consideration.   **Note: Positions start October 11, 2021 and will run from approximately six months from the start.
Job ID
2021-4681
Job Category
Land Stewardship
State
California
City
Trabuco Canyon
To safely execute Sharon Audubon Center’s Summer Nature Programs for children in K-6th grade. The Seasonal First Aid Camp Counselor will be needed approximately 7 weeks over the course of the summer (1 week of training, 6 weeks of camp) Monday through Friday, for 7-8 hours per day.
Job ID
2021-4652
Job Category
Education/Teaching
State
Connecticut
City
Sharon
Flight Crew Members are part of a conservation-focused job corps for young adults and will receive 8-weeks of paid, hands-on work experience in wildlife conservation, recreation, and environmental education.   For the first several weeks of Flight Crew 2021, Crew Members will receive training in water conservation, wildlife conservation, and land restoration and will participate in local conservation projects. Crew Members will network with environmental organization professionals and explore career opportunities. In addition, Crew Members will utilize the conservation knowledge gained to learn how to facilitate environmental education programs. This will allow Crew Members to become stewards of tomorrow by educating others about conservation issues in our region.   During the second part of the summer, Crew Members will transition into a role serving as camp counselors for Little Creek Summer Camp (LCSC). Flight Crew Members will utilize their experiences and training to facilitate outdoor education programs to youth ranging from 3rd to 5th grade in the Ferguson-Florissant School District. Crew Members will enthusiastically help campers develop their outdoor skills through activities like turtle tracking, archery, campfire cooking, canoeing, nature hikes, and more. Working in small group settings, the Crew Members will serve as a positive role model, have a genuine interest in the campers, foster the campers’ curiosity of nature and the outdoors, and create fond and lasting memories of a real summer camp experience.
Job ID
2021-4618
Job Category
Education/Teaching
State
Missouri
City
West Alton
Audubon Mid-Atlantic is seeking an experienced hawk migration counter for Waggoner’s Gap Hawk Watch near Carlisle, PA. Waggoner’s Gap is located on the Kittatinny Ridge in central Pennsylvania, and provides one of the finest hawk-watching opportunities in the East. It is also one of the oldest count sites in North America, beginning in at least 1948, and its count data have been submitted annually to the Hawk Migration Association of North America (HMANA) since the latter's inception in 1974. Throughout its existence, Waggoner’s Gap has relied on trained volunteers to conduct the annual count, which runs from Aug. 1 to Dec. 31. Annual totals average more than 20,000 raptors, including some of the highest golden eagle counts east of the Rockies. Audubon Pennsylvania was given ownership of the hawk watch in 2001 and has since been managing the site in collaboration with the long-time count crew. Waggoner's Gap receives approximately 3,000 visitors annually during the fall migration.
Job ID
2021-4691
Job Category
Science
State
Pennsylvania
City
Audubon
We are looking to employ a dedicated Crew Leader to supervise the activities of our Junior Forest Technician (JFT) program.  The Crew Leader’s responsibilities include managing a team of five or more high school Agriscience students, supervising daily work in the field and planning activities with the Land Manager.    To be successful as a Crew Leader you should demonstrate strong leadership and management skills and have experience in the field of natural resources and environmental sciences. 
Job ID
2021-4622
Job Category
Land Stewardship
State
Connecticut
City
Southbury
Mitchell Lake Audubon Center is a 1,200-acre wildlife refuge, located in south San Antonio, TX. The property is owned by the local water utility, San Antonio Water System (SAWS), and managed by the National Audubon Society. The historic Leeper House serves as its visitor center, with a small education pavilion on property. The site includes 7.5 miles of both walking and/or driving trails.   The center and the surrounding grounds are open year-round and attracts visitors from all over the world. Being a part of the Audubon team means making a difference for conservation. The Site Host position is a part-time, seasonal position assisting with essential end of day and after hours’ functions related to guest safety and facility support and security. Site Hosts support Mitchell Lake Audubon Center by ensuring all visitors have left the property at the close of business hours, and securing the gates and parking lot.   Site Hosts can expect to work an average of 5-10 hours per scheduled week.   Site Host positions are filled by RV campers and are required to live on-site in their personal RV on one of Audubon’s two RV pads. RV sites are equipped with water, sewer, and electricity hook-ups. Site Hosts share closing responsibilities with staff as needed.
Job ID
2021-4560
Job Category
Facilities/Property Maintenance
State
Texas
City
San Antonio
The Audubon Coasts Program in NY is seeking two seasonal biological technicians to assist in pre-restoration vegetation and salt marsh nesting bird surveys at Mastic Beach on the south shore of Long Island, NY. Working under the Coastal Resilience Associate, Salt Marsh Technicians will assist in bird surveys and vegetation monitoring in and around the 147-acre Mastic Beach area. Technicians will also assist in associated data entry and quality assurance, as well as data analysis. These positions start April 26th until July 31st (dates may vary due to unforeseen circumstances) with some weekend and holiday work being required. Housing is not provided. Applicants will be accepted until the position is filled.
Job ID
2021-4649
Job Category
Science
State
New York
City
Oyster Bay
Patterson Park Audubon Center, located in southeast Baltimore, is based out of an office in a rehabilitated row home, across the street from Patterson Park. Popular programs of the Center work to engage students and adults in conservation education and outcomes, through academic environmental education, community engagement, and stewardship. The programs are outdoor-based, hands-on experiences that provide: - Education, engagement, and stewardship opportunities that intentionally guide participants to contribute to conservation outcomes of Audubon’s conservation plan; - Education, engagement, and stewardship opportunities that align with Chesapeake Bay protection and restoration goals; and - Opportunities for Audubon to increase the diversity of people taking conservation action at the local level.   Purpose of the position: Patterson Park Audubon Center seeks four part-time (10-15 hours/week for a total of 85 hours) Assistants to help plan, instruct, and document the Summer Urban Naturalists (SUN) day camp in Baltimore City. The SUN Assistants will be trained, then lead campers entering kindergarten through 5th grade in hands-on environmental activities utilizing Patterson Park as an outdoor classroom. We seek enthusiastic individuals who will inspire others about the natural world! High school students are encouraged to apply!   Schedule: Training/orientation will take place the week of June 21st. You must be available for training/orientation, and the following five weeks of camp (June 28th-July 31st). Camp schedule will be determined with camp partners in May/June. Hours outside camp days are more flexible, but not to exceed 15 hours/week.
Job ID
2021-4702
Job Category
Education/Teaching
State
Maryland
City
Baltimore
Patterson Park Audubon Center, located in southeast Baltimore, is based out of an office in a rehabilitated row home, across the street from Patterson Park. Popular programs of the Center work to engage students and adults in conservation education and outcomes, through academic environmental education, community engagement, and stewardship. The programs are outdoor-based, hands-on experiences that provide: - Education, engagement, and stewardship opportunities that intentionally guide participants to contribute to conservation outcomes of Audubon’s conservation plan; - Education, engagement, and stewardship opportunities that align with Chesapeake Bay protection and restoration goals; and - Opportunities for Audubon to increase the diversity of people taking conservation action at the local level. Patterson Park Audubon Center seeks a part-time (20-25 hours/week for a total of 140 hours) Supervisor to help plan, instruct, and document the Summer Urban Naturalists (SUN) day camp in Baltimore City. The SUN Supervisor will be trained, and will then develop a training and train four SUN assistants (counselors) to lead campers entering kindergarten through 5th grade in hands-on environmental activities utilizing Patterson Park as an outdoor classroom. The SUN Camp Supervisor will be present during camp, assist with teaching, and so must also be able to teach concepts, facilitate group activities, and inspire others about the natural world.   Schedule: Training/orientation will take place the week of June 21st. You must be available for training/orientation, and the following five weeks of camp (June 28th-July 31st), as well as exit interviews following camp. Camp schedule will be determined with camp partners in May/June. Hours outside camp days are more flexible, but not to exceed 25 hours/week.
Job ID
2021-4703
Job Category
Education/Teaching
State
Maryland
City
Baltimore
The Greenwich Audubon Center opened in 1943 as the National Audubon Society’s first environmental education center in the United States. The 285-acre sanctuary has approximately seven miles of trails that lead to a hardwood forest, old fields, a lake, streams and vernal ponds. Each year, over tens of thousands of adults and children visit Audubon to hike and participate in school, family and adult programs, including citizen science surveys and counts, land stewardship projects, summer camps, lectures and presentations, and natural history and ecology education programs. Ultimately, our programs give people the information they need to make informed decisions about how they interact with nature. Through education, public policy, and science, we hope to build a culture of conservation and environmental stewards for now and in the future.   The Greenwich Audubon Center in Greenwich, CT provides the opportunity to work in a day camp setting with children ages 6 to 13. Camp runs for six weeks and campers spend time exploring the meadows, ponds, and forests at the Audubon Center.  Summer Camp Teacher Naturalists will work with the Camp Director and Audubon Education Specialists to develop lesson plans.  You will conduct daily hikes and other activities with a group of up to 15 children, while maintaining a safe, fun, and educational environment.   This position begins on July 6, 2021, and includes a week of staff training from July 6 to July 9.  Summer Nature Day Camp begins on July 12 and ends on August 20. The daily work hours are 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Monday to Friday. Each Tuesday all staff will be required to attend a staff meeting from 3:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m. (day subject to change).   Summer camp staff will work as needed based on any restrictions required because of COVID-19 requirements. Summer programming will primarily be 100% outdoors, with the exception of thunderstorms or other potentially dangerous hazards. All camp staff will be required to complete and pass a Covid-19 health questionnaire each day before the start of camp. At the discretion of the Center Director, summer staff will be required to receive a Covid-19 test multiple times throughout the summer.  Staff showing/feeling any signs of Covid-19, will be asked to be tested for COVID-19 and remain home until results are received. If the counselor tests positive, they will be required to not return to camp until they have complied with current State guidelines for quarantine. If there are any campers and/or counselors who become ill with Covid symptoms during camp, they will be required to be tested and their small group cohort will need to quarantine for the recommended amount of time.
Job ID
2021-4665
Job Category
Education/Teaching
State
Connecticut
City
Greenwich
Audubon is hiring a Senior Associate, Coastal Resilience (NY) to identify opportunities and lead efforts to restore, enhance, and manage priority coastal habitats and to increase coastal resilience for the benefit of salt marsh dependent bird species. This position is part of Audubon’s Conservation Department and will be based at the Theodore Roosevelt Audubon Center and Sanctuary in Oyster Bay, NY.
Job ID
2021-4680
Job Category
Science
State
New York
City
Oyster Bay
Reporting to the Center Director, the Senior Coordinator, Education will oversee the day-to-day educational programming for the Mitchell Lake Audubon Center (“MLAC”).  Their role will be to coordinate school, public, and community conservation programming focusing on work in San Antonio, TX and the surrounding areas. Educational content should align with Audubon’s mission and further national, regional (Texas) and Center strategic goals with an emphasis on engagement that is equitable, diverse and inclusive. 
Job ID
2021-4699
Job Category
Education/Teaching
State
Texas
City
San Antonio
Reporting to the Chief Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Officer (CEDIO) and working closely with the Vice President, Human Resources, the National Audubon Society seeks is first Senior Director, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI).  The Senior Director, EDI will be primarily responsible for implementing a multi-year cohesive Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging (EDIB) strategy for the staff and members of the National Audubon Society.   Building on the past work and investment of Audubon, this is a unique opportunity to play a key leadership role to support one of the nation’s premiere and oldest conservation organization to advance a culture of belonging as it marks its 115th year anniversary. Audubon’s mission is to protect birds and the places they need, today and tomorrow.   Interested candidates should submit a cover letter with their resume. This position can be remote across the US, or located in our New York or DC offices. 
Job ID
2021-4630
Job Category
Program/Project Management
State
New York
City
New York
The Senior Manager, Development, reporting to the Vice President of Development, will be the lead development office for Audubon in the state of Washington. Their primary responsibility is to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward major gifts that enable Audubon to achieve its ambitious local, state and national goals. They will develop and manage a portfolio of major gift donors and prospects capable of giving $10,000 + annually. To do so successfully, they will work closely with members of the development team, the Vice President and Executive Director of Audubon Washington and other colleagues throughout the state/ region, and volunteer board leaders. The right candidate will have lived experience working with people and communities of color—and demonstrated ability in doing so.
Job ID
2021-4616
Job Category
Development/Fundraising
State
Washington
City
Seattle
The Great Lakes are the largest freshwater ecosystem on the planet, providing clean drinking water to 40 million people. They also serve as a global resource to millions of birds, providing critical habitat for breeding, for stopovers during migration across the Americas, and for wintering along the shorelines and on the lakes themselves. Globally significant populations of shorebirds, waterbirds, raptors, and migratory landbirds are all intricately connected to the sustainability of a healthy Great Lakes ecosystem. A regional office of the National Audubon Society, Audubon Great Lakes has developed a comprehensive Great Lakes plan with thorough ties to members and the culture of the Great Lakes region.  We are working to empower our network in the region to protect and restore wetlands and riparian areas that improve habitat for breeding and migratory birds, develops our coastal communities’ resiliency to climate change, and improves water quality for birds and people.    The Senior Manager, Wetland Conservation will be an integral member of the Audubon Great Lakes team with excellent integration to National Audubon Society conservation strategies that focus on Climate Change, Water, and Working Lands. This Senior Manager will be responsible for designing and implementing projects that restore wetlands, floodplains, and riparian corridors creating natural infrastructure solutions to water issues in Audubon’s priority regions across the Great Lakes. These projects will strengthen Audubon’s enthusiastic goals for the region to recover breeding marsh bird populations while improving water quality and developing climate resiliency. Working closely with public agencies, tribes, NGO partners, Audubon’s network of chapters and volunteers, the Senior Manager, Wetland Conservation will restore habitat for birds and people while supporting Audubon’s policy and engagement teams in building a diverse constituency that defends and creates meaningful public policy across the five-state Great Lakes region (WI, IL, IN, MI, OH).     With established federal funding mechanisms and continued support for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative and Farm Bill programs, as well as state initiatives such as H2Ohio, Audubon has an opportunity to demonstrate and significantly grow nature’s capacity to naturally filter water by promoting and advancing wetlands and natural infrastructure that reduces sediment and nutrient loading to the Great Lakes and Mississippi River Watershed. The Senior Manager will work in priority geographies to design and implement these projects.    This role will report to the Director of Conservation, Great Lakes, and Upper Mississippi Flyway.
Job ID
2021-4700
Job Category
Science
State
Illinois
City
Chicago
The National Audubon Society is excited to announce its sixth year of the Walker Communications Fellowship Program, designed for college students or recent graduates majoring in journalism, communications, marketing, or related fields. As a full-time fellow, you will be a valuable contributor on our Communications and Marketing teams, contributing primarily digital content while getting a behind-the-scenes look at what it’s like to be a communications professional at a major nonprofit. Audubon is seeking candidates who have communications and/or writing skills (online, social media, print) or multimedia (video, audio, design) chops, and a willingness to think independently and hit the ground running. The Walker Fellows will create fresh and accurate content on fast-paced deadlines and develop a strong capability to tell compelling stories to broad and diverse audiences. Walker Fellows will gain experience in becoming the next generation of storytellers, building out a portfolio of work for future opportunities in the field. Each Fellow will be mentored by a seasoned professional in the fields of communications or social media. The paid fellowship is approximately 35 hours per week and may be fully remote, it spans a period from June to August. Applicants must provide a cover letter that describes their interest in the position, a resume, and three writing samples.
Job ID
2020-4498
Job Category
Internships/Fellowships
State
New York
City
New York
The National Audubon Society is excited to announce its fifth year of the Walker Communications Fellowship Program, designed for college students (undergraduate or graduate) or recent graduates majoring in graphic design, illustration, art, communications, marketing, or related fields. As a full-time fellow, you will be a valuable part of Audubon’s art department and a strong contributor to many teams across Audubon.   We are seeking candidates who are interested in the intersection of design & art with the environment, social justice, climate change, science, and nature. The Walker Design Fellow should be curious, creative, motivated, and have a willingness to think independently. They must possess strong graphic design skills, and will use them to create fresh solutions that help tell visual stories in compelling ways to broad and diverse audiences. They will get a behind-the-scenes look at what it’s like to be a design professional at a major nonprofit while building out a portfolio of work for future career opportunities in the field, and they will be mentored by Audubon’s art director and design team.   The paid fellowship is approximately 35 hours per week and may be fully remote. The position spans a period from June to August. Applicants must provide a cover letter that describes their interest in the position and includes a link to an online portfolio, as well as a resume for consideration.
Job ID
2020-4495
Job Category
Internships/Fellowships
State
New York
City
New York
The National Audubon Society is excited to announce its sixth year of the Walker Fellowship Program, designed for recent graduates who majored in in journalism, communications, marketing, or related fields. As a full-time fellow, you will be a valuable contributor on our Communications and Marketing teams, contributing primarily digital content while getting a behind-the-scenes look at what it’s like to be a communications professional at a major nonprofit. Audubon is seeking candidates who have communications and/or writing skills (online, social media, print) or multimedia (video, audio, design) chops, and a willingness to think independently and hit the ground running. The Walker Fellows will create fresh and accurate content on fast-paced deadlines and develop a strong capability to tell compelling stories to broad and diverse audiences. Walker Fellows will gain experience in becoming the next generation of storytellers, building a portfolio of work for future opportunities in the field. Each Fellow will be mentored by a seasoned professional in the fields of communications or social media. The paid fellowship is approximately 35 hours per week and may be fully remote, it spans a period from June to August.   Applicants must provide a cover letter that describes their interest in the position, a resume, and three examples of social media engagement. 
Job ID
2021-4696
Job Category
Internships/Fellowships
State
New York
City
New York
The National Audubon Society is excited to announce its sixth year of the Walker Fellowship Program, designed for recent graduates who majored in journalism, communications, marketing, or related fields. As a full-time fellow you will be a valuable contributor on our Communications and Marketing teams, contributing primarily digital content while getting a behind-the-scenes look at what it’s like to be a communications professional at a major nonprofit.  Audubon is seeking candidates who have communications and/or writing skills (online, social media, print) or multimedia (video, audio, design) chops, and a willingness to think independently and hit the ground running. The Walker Fellows will create fresh and accurate content on fast-paced deadlines and develop a strong capability to tell compelling stories to broad and diverse audiences. Walker Fellows will gain experience in becoming the next generation of storytellers, building out a portfolio of work for future career opportunities in the field. Each Fellow will be mentored by a seasoned professional in the fields of communications or social media. The paid fellowship is approximately 35 hours per week and may be fully remote. It spans a period from June to August.    Must provide a cover letter that describes their interest in the position, a resume, and sample video clips of their work- please include relevant links (ex: Vimeo account or portfolio site) in your resume or cover letter.   
Job ID
2021-4695
Job Category
Internships/Fellowships
State
New York
City
New York
The Weekend Center Assistant will provide support for weekend activities at the Audubon Center at the Riverlands location. The Center Director or Education Manager may assign additional administrative tasks when needed.  
Job ID
2021-4707
Job Category
Education/Teaching
State
Missouri
City
West Alton