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Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 days ago(2/27/2024 6:59 AM)
Audubon's Seabird Institute manages seven island research stations off the coast of Maine that are part of Audubon’s Maine Coastal Islands Sanctuaries. These include restoration sites for 23 species of seabirds and waterbirds, including Atlantic Puffins, Black Guillemots, Razorbills, Arctic, Common, Least, and Roseate Terns, Laughing Gulls, Common Eiders, Leach’s Storm-Petrels, Manx Shearwaters, and wading birds. The sites are all Maine Important Bird Areas. Each island research station is staffed seasonally with an Island Supervisor and up to five Research Assistants, interns, and volunteers, based on island size, seabird colony composition and workload. Work conducted on the islands includes, but is not limited to: monitoring seabird productivity and growth, conducting seabird diet studies, banding and resighting birds, conducting censuses, removing invasive vegetation, and conducting predator management.   The Assistant Sanctuary Manager will aid the Sanctuary Management Team with facilitation of the field program at seven island research stations. Duties include, but are not limited to, preparation of field sites and equipment prior to the start of the field season; setting up seasonal camps; supporting logistics throughout the field season by purchasing and transporting supplies and equipment; training field crews; participating in seabird censuses and monitoring; conducting predator management; removing marine debris from field sites; conducting vegetation control and habitat management; maintaining island facilities; supporting annual closing of the field camps; and cleaning and maintaining boats and other field equipment. Extended visits to remote field camps will be a routine part of the position.   Primitive camping (sleeping in tents) and working on offshore islands are required, although work will include both mainland duties and island duties. The work week may stretch across seven days, as weather dictates. Weekend work may be required and days can be long. Research camp facilities include composting toilets, limited solar electricity and no running water. When not at a field station, for the convenience of the Program, shared mainland housing is provided. Food is provided. Position runs from approximately April 1 through September 30, 2024, exact dates negotiable.   Compensation: $20.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5666
Job Category
Science
State
Maine
City
Bremen
Location : Location
US-ME-Bremen
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(1/31/2024 10:05 AM)
Audubon Delta is a regional field office of the National Audubon Society. Audubon Delta manages Audubon's conservation and network priorities in the states of Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi. This geography includes 81 Important Bird Areas covering more than 16 million acres and over 42,000 Audubon members and supporters, many of whom belong to one of Audubon's 21 local chapters.   Under the supervision of the Stewardship Manager, the Associate, Volunteer and Outreach will work with the Audubon Delta team in Mississippi to grow and maintain a grassroots group of volunteers focused on coastal bird conservation. The Associate, Volunteer and Outreach will be responsible for helping to recruit for a variety of positions, including stewards, monitors, and the Audubon Coastal Bird Survey (ACBS) Coordinators. They will also engage with local, historically underrepresented communities to increase equity, diversity, inclusion, and belonging initiatives into the program.   This is a part-time, 25 hours per week, year-round position that is grant funded through 2028. Extensions may be possible depending on additional funding being secured.   Compensation: $18.00-$21.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5616
Job Category
Advocacy/Public Policy/Government Relations
State
Mississippi
City
Moss Point
Location : Location
US-MS-Moss Point
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 days ago(2/27/2024 9:31 AM)
Audubon seeks a motivated, dynamic individual to support its Working Lands Program in California. The Associate, Working Lands will support habitat incentive projects tricolored blackbird conservation efforts, participate in natural resource management planning, conduct science and monitoring following established protocols, and support program staff to coordinate advocacy and projects to advance National Audubon Society’s (NAS) conservation priorities in the Central Valley. This position reports to the Working Lands Program Director and works closely with the Working Lands team, as well as a broad range of external partners, including farmers, wetland managers, local, state, and federal agencies, NAS chapters, community members, and other conservation organizations. Audubon California’s Working Lands program works throughout the Central Valley to advance policies and projects to improve farms for the benefit of birds, enhance managed wetlands, ensure adequate flooded and upland habitat for migratory birds, and improve the climate resilience of wildlife in the Central Valley.   This is an on-site position based in Audubon, California Sacramento/San Joaquin Valley.   Compensation: $21.63-$25.48 / hour
Job ID
2024-5659
Job Category
Science
State
California
City
Sacramento
Location : Location
US-CA-Sacramento
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(1/2/2024 11:03 AM)
Audubon Florida seeks a Biologist, Carrabelle Shorebird with boat handling experience to support beach-nesting season and nonbreeding season bird conservation work in the Eastern Florida Panhandle. This role is a fully remote position based out of the Southern Franklin County region and you must live in and/or be able drive to the Southern Franklin County, Florida region. The Biologist will complete the majority of work on and around beaches and islands including Little St. George Island, Dog Island, Flag Island Critical Wildlife Area, St. George Island Causeway Critical Wildlife Area, Lanark Critical Wildlife Area, Alligator Pt Critical Wildlife Area and other sites as assigned. This is a 40-hour, full-time position.   From February to August, or later if nesting activity continues (breeding season), the Biologist will be responsible for performing beach-nesting bird monitoring and protection work with Apalachicola partner primarily in Franklin County, Florida. Responsibilities include the following, in addition to other as-needed duties: - Posting symbolic fencing around beach-nesting bird sites and maintaining said posting. - Monitoring nest sites on a regular basis for evidence of disturbance or predation. - Documenting nonbreeding Piping, Snowy, Wilson’s plovers, and Red Knots, and other focal species. - Performing bird surveys to collect demographic data according to specified protocol, and banded bird resighting as directed; and - Protecting sites from disturbance through predation management and game camera monitoring in cooperation with site managers and partner agencies, educating beachgoers about coastal bird species while encouraging compliance with posted areas, and engaging in outreach to user groups through presentations at organizational meetings. From mid-August through mid-February (“non-breeding season”), they will be responsible for completing bimonthly winter coastal bird surveys and banded bird resighting focusing on Red Knot, Piping Plover, and Snowy Plover, primarily in Franklin County, Florida, and elsewhere in the Florida Panhandle as needed; assisting with volunteer recruitment, management, and training; carrying out equipment maintenance; and giving public presentations and beach walks as outreach to key user groups that may impact conservation of coastal birds in the Florida Panhandle.   Compensation: $43,000-$48,000 / year
Job ID
2023-5581
Job Category
Science
State
Florida
Location : Location
US-FL-
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(2/12/2024 6:41 AM)
Bridgeport, CT is known as the Park City for its many public parks. Pleasure Beach, Seaside Park, and Beardsley Park are the largest and in addition to providing opportunities for city residents to enjoy the outdoors, are vital to birds. Pleasure Beach is a nesting site for the federally threatened Piping Plover and the state threatened Least Tern, as well as four CT state listed plant species. Beardsley Park provides important migratory songbird stopover habitat and Seaside Park provides resting and foraging opportunities to migrating waterbirds. Sandy Point Beach & Bird Sanctuary in West Haven, CT is one of the most significant mainland nesting areas in the state for Piping Plover and Least Tern, and the state threatened American Oystercatcher. It is a popular site amongst anglers and local residents looking for a beautiful walk along the shore. To ensure that these birds have the opportunity to nest successfully, rest, and refuel during migration, Audubon Connecticut, in partnership with the cities of Bridgeport and West Haven, created the WildLife Guards Program. The program trains, mentors, and employs crews of eight local high school students to monitor nesting shorebirds, restore habitat, and engage visitors, families, and friends about the parks and their wildlife.   This is a seasonal, full-time position (30-hrs/week) starting June 17th and going through August 23th. Note: Audubon staff will provide two weeks of paid training to crew leaders at the beginning of the WildLife Guards program.   Compensation: $18.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5641
Job Category
Science
State
Connecticut
Location : Location
US-CT-
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(12/13/2023 9:14 AM)
The Hog Island Camp Assistant will aid in the general operation of Hog Island Audubon Camp. S/He/They will report directly to the Hog Island Facility and Operations Manager and work in coordination with the kitchen staff, maintenance staff, and programming staff. Under direction from the Kitchen team, the Camp Assistant will assist with acquiring and transporting food orders from farms and distributors, and transport of refuse, and recycling to mainland by boat. S/He/They may assist in the general kitchen operation including food prep and cleaning and will work closely with a team of dedicated FOHI (Friends of Hog Island 501c3) volunteers who will be aiding the kitchen team. They will be responsible for monitoring elements of the facility and light maintenance such as painting and grounds keeping, including mowing and watering the gardens. They will assist in keeping camp vans and boats clean, safe, and filled with fuel. They will run boat shuttles throughout the week and on-board our instructor teams on Saturdays. They will help maintain and operate the Hog Island Nature Store, including inventory, opening, and staffing the shop as needed. Hog Island staff must adhere to health and safety protocols and the Camp Assistant will be responsible to abide by these protocols.   The Camp Assistant is preferred to live in housing on Hog Island in order to perform the functions of this position. Audubon will provide the Camp Assistant with a room with shared bath. Meals are provided on Hog Island when the kitchen is in operation. The work schedule is 40 hours per week, and the day revolves around keeping the camp operations in order through customer service and the meal service and programming schedule. Weekend work is required. Some weeks will not include a full schedule and full hours may not be expected all weeks.   **Candidates preferred to be available from May 6 to October 2, 2024.   Compensation: $15.50 / hour
Job ID
2023-5553
Job Category
Facilities/Property Maintenance
State
Maine
City
Bremen
Location : Location
US-ME-Bremen
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(1/30/2024 12:37 PM)
Audubon’s Seabird Institute (ASI) seeks a Center Director to build on its rich history and success, and expand its contributions to conservation in Maine and beyond. This is a high-profile position with the opportunity to manage the operations of a program with an annual budget of ~$2M and full-time staff of eleven. The Center Director will be responsible for planning, developing, operating, and managing the Hog Island Audubon Camp, Project Puffin Visitor Center, and Todd Wildlife Sanctuary, and working in close coordination with the Director of Conservation Science, Seabird Institute, the operation of Audubon’s Maine Islands Seabird Sanctuary Network (Project Puffin) and other ASI programming. The successful candidate will be an experienced community-builder, effective manager, and change leader with the ability to work with a variety of stakeholders within the organization as well as externally. The successful candidate will report to Audubon’s Sr. Director for Coastal Conservation and be based in Bremen, Maine.   Compensation: $95,000-$105,000 / year
Job ID
2024-5613
Job Category
Science
State
Maine
City
Bremen
Location : Location
US-ME-Bremen
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(1/31/2024 11:52 AM)
Audubon Florida is home to 45 affiliated Audubon Chapters (separate 501(c)3 organizations) and 5 campus chapters. By mobilizing and collaborating with our network of Chapters, we are able to bring the full power of Audubon to bear on the issues facing the hemisphere’s birds and their habitat. Reporting to the Vice President (VP) of Florida, the Audubon Florida Chapters Conservation Manager regularly engages both remotely and in-person with all of Florida’s chapters to support their health, coordination, and effectiveness in conservation action. Florida’s chapters have a unique importance to Audubon Florida with prescribed representation on the state board, and an essential role in the establishment of our annual priorities. Chapters are organized regionally into regional conservation committees (RCC’s) that meet quarterly to share issues and opportunities, collaborate, and once a year, develop an annual conservation resolution for each region which is adopted alongside statewide conservation priorities at the annual statewide Audubon conference, the Audubon Assembly. Chapters are not just a tool for implementing state and national conservation plans but are an important source of on-the-ground information and creative problem-solving. We aspire for this collaborative structure to empower chapters to drive conservation in their own communities and influence the priorities and strategies of the organization at state and national levels.   Compensation: $60,000-$70,000 / year
Job ID
2024-5622
Job Category
Community Relations/Outreach
State
Florida
Location : Location
US-FL-
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(1/3/2024 11:06 AM)
Reporting to the Regional Coastal Biologist, the MS Coastal Bird Technician will be expected to conduct coastal bird surveys and provide technical instruction and assistance to volunteer community scientists. Spring and summer duties will include breeding surveys for beach-nesting birds and assisting team members and partners on a Least Tern and Black Skimmer movement study. This person will be expected to assist the stewardship team on occasion to help set up symbolic fencing around breeding areas and to provide outreach to beach visitors. Fall and winter seasons will be a mix of field work (Audubon Coastal Bird Survey and Black Skimmer banding and resights) and office tasks such as writing reports. The MS Coastal Bird Technician will also work with staff in volunteer management, outreach and education, and research efforts. This is a full-time (40 hours per week), year-round position. The work schedule is primarily Monday-Friday, with occasional weekend and holiday work requirements.   Compensation: $17.00-$19.00 / hour
Job ID
2023-5506
Job Category
Science
State
Mississippi
City
Moss Point
Location : Location
US-MS-Moss Point
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(1/11/2024 8:06 AM)
The Audubon Connecticut Coastal Waterbird Technician will work as a member of the Audubon Alliance for Coastal Waterbirds. The Alliance is a partnership between Audubon CT, the Connecticut Audubon Society, Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Wildlife Division, The Nature Conservancy, and the US Fish and Wildlife Service. The Alliance implements conservation efforts statewide to protect nesting areas and reduce disturbance, while monitoring the breeding populations of five focal species, Piping Plover, American Oystercatcher, Least Tern, Common Tern and Black Skimmer. The Coastal Waterbird Technician is responsible for aiding the efforts to inventory, monitor, and steward the five species of breeding coastal waterbirds in Connecticut. This is a great opportunity to work with several species of shorebirds and waterbirds in a unique estuarine ecosystem along the coast of Connecticut.   The Coastal Waterbird Technician is a seasonal, full-time position, 35 hours per week, and is slated for March 18th 2024, through September 15, 2024.   Compensation: $18.00-$20.00 / hour   This role is on-site based in coastal Connecticut and the Bent of the River Center, 185 East Flat Hill Rd., Southbury, Connecticut.
Job ID
2024-5587
Job Category
Science
State
Connecticut
City
Southbury
Location : Location
US-CT-Southbury
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2/13/2024 11:24 AM)
The Audubon Connecticut Coastal Waterbird Technician (Peak Season) will work as a member of the Audubon Alliance for Coastal Waterbirds. The Alliance is a partnership between Audubon CT, the Connecticut Audubon Society, Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Wildlife Division, The Nature Conservancy, and the US Fish and Wildlife Service. The Alliance implements conservation efforts statewide to protect nesting areas and reduce disturbance, while monitoring the breeding populations of five focal species, Piping Plover, American Oystercatcher, Least Tern, Common Tern and Black Skimmer. The Coastal Waterbird Technician is responsible for aiding the efforts to inventory, monitor, and steward the five species of breeding coastal waterbirds in Connecticut. This is a great opportunity to work with several species of shorebirds and waterbirds in a unique estuarine ecosystem along the coast of Connecticut.   The Coastal Waterbird Technician (Peak Season) is a seasonal, full-time position, 35 hours per week, and is slated for April 15th 2024, through August 16th, 2024.   This role is on-site based in coastal Connecticut and the Bent of the River Center, 185 East Flat Hill Rd., Southbury, Connecticut.   Compensation: $18.00-$19.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5637
Job Category
Science
State
Connecticut
City
Southbury
Location : Location
US-CT-Southbury
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(1/11/2024 8:09 AM)
The Audubon Connecticut Coastal Waterbird Technician & Boating Assistant will work as a member of the Audubon Alliance for Coastal Waterbirds. The Alliance is a partnership between Audubon CT, the Connecticut Audubon Society, Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Wildlife Division, The Nature Conservancy, and the US Fish and Wildlife Service. The Alliance implements conservation efforts statewide to protect nesting areas and reduce disturbance, while monitoring the breeding populations of five focal species (Piping Plover, American Oystercatcher, Least Tern, Common Tern and Black Skimmer). The Coastal Waterbird Technician & Boating Assistant is responsible for aiding the efforts to inventory, monitor, and steward the five species of breeding coastal waterbirds on mainland beaches and offshore islands in Connecticut. This is a great opportunity to work with several species of shorebirds and waterbirds in a unique estuarine ecosystem along the coast of Connecticut.   The Coastal Waterbird Technician & Boating Assistant is a seasonal, full-time position, 35 hours per week, and is slated for March 18, 2024, through September 15, 2024.   Compensation: $18-$20/hour   This role is on-site based in coastal Connecticut and the Bent of the River Center, 185 East Flat Hill Rd., Southbury, Connecticut.
Job ID
2024-5588
Job Category
Science
State
Connecticut
City
Southbury
Location : Location
US-CT-Southbury
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(1/22/2024 2:50 PM)
The Communications & Outreach Assistant (COA) represents the Seabird Institute (SI) to the public on all social media and explore.org chat boards (50%), and as a greeter and interpreter at the Project Puffin Visitor Center in Rockland, Maine (50%). An engaging communicator in-person and virtually, the COA brings the story of the program’s 50-year history to life for children, adults, and families, helps people understand the necessity of this applied conservation work, and inspires the public to become personally invested in conservation action and donors and community activists.   A food stipend and shared housing will be provided at Audubon’s Todd Wildlife Sanctuary, located at 12 Audubon Road, Bremen, Maine. Remote work for the first month may be considered.   Compensation: $15.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5596
Job Category
Communications/Marketing
State
Maine
City
Rockland
Location : Location
US-ME-Rockland
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(2/8/2024 7:04 AM)
The Communications Director, Policy is responsible for developing and executing a strategic vision for using communications to accomplish the National Audubon Society’s policy goals. The Communications Director, Policy will build strong support for Audubon’s positions, drive communications campaigns for policy initiatives, and ensure powerful and cohesive messaging across the Audubon network.   As a strategic thought leader at Audubon, the Communications Director, Policy, collaborates deeply with the Government Affairs team and supervises a team of communicators. This position also works with strategic communications agencies. The role will report to the Vice President, Communications.    Compensation: Salary range based on geo-differentials: - $110,000-$120,000/year = National - $120,000-$130,000/year = Alaska, CA (not San Francisco), Connecticut, D.C., Chicago, Oyster Bay, NY - $150,000-$160,000/year = NYC (not Oyster Bay), San Francisco, Seattle
Job ID
2024-5633
Job Category
Communications/Marketing
State
Washington, DC
Location : Location
US-DC-
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(12/18/2023 8:57 AM)
The Community Conservation Fellow will work with Audubon to build meaningful relationships with Community Placemaking Engagement Network (CPEN), the Menunkatuck Audubon Chapter, and other programmatic partners and community members located in the cities of New Haven, Bridgeport, and Waterbury, Connecticut.   This job requires a culturally competent, organized, and responsible person with capacity to communicate with multi-generational audiences. The successful applicant must have an awareness of local ecology, an enthusiasm for the outdoors, a willingness to learn, teach, and share actively with New Haven and Fairfield County community groups.   This is a seasonal 11-month grant/donor‐funded position working 20-25 hours/week.   This position is on-site based out of Audubon Bent of the River Sanctuary, 185 E Flat Hill Rd, Southbury, CT with some remote and field work required. The position requires travel to community organizations and local natural areas throughout New Haven and/or Fairfield Counties.   Compensation: $16,720 - $24,200 / year
Job ID
2023-5561
Job Category
Internships/Fellowships
State
Connecticut
City
Southbury
Location : Location
US-CT-Southbury
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(12/20/2023 10:44 AM)
Opened 2011, the Audubon Center at Riverlands is one of 41 Audubon Centers in the U.S. Audubon Centers are hubs of influence and leadership for conservation throughout their regions and communities. We are a project of the National Audubon Society, a key component of Audubon’s Upper Mississippi River Program and a unique partnership with the Rivers Project Office of the St. Louis District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. We use education, science and public engagement to protect birds and their habitats in the Great Rivers Confluence Important Bird Area and the greater St. Louis Region. We build new generations of conservationists and leaders through experiential STEM-based learning in nature focused on under-resourced schools and communities; use science to understand and protect birds and habitat; and offer programs and events that promote an understanding and appreciation of nature, and inspire action to protect our Great Rivers, birds and habitat. The Conservation Leadership Crew Internship is an essential part of the NEST (Nature Stewards of Tomorrow) program and interns will participate in outdoor conservation work, environmental justice trainings and career exposure opportunities. This week-long job opportunity will provide five-ten St. Louis region teens from the Ferguson-Florissant School District and Hazelwood School District with real work experience, understanding of local environmental issues, career exposure, and networking opportunities in the field of environmental conservation and sustainability.   Compensation: $15.00 / hour
Job ID
2023-5558
Job Category
Internships/Fellowships
State
Missouri
City
West Alton
Location : Location
US-MO-West Alton
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(12/7/2023 10:07 AM)
Opened 2011, the Audubon Center at Riverlands is one of 41 Audubon Centers in the U.S. Audubon Centers are hubs of influence and leadership for conservation throughout their regions and communities. We are a project of the National Audubon Society, a key component of Audubon’s Upper Mississippi River Program and a unique partnership with the Rivers Project Office of the St. Louis District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.   We use education, science and public engagement to protect birds and their habitats in the Great Rivers Confluence Important Bird Area and the greater St. Louis Region. We build new generations of conservationists and leaders through experiential STEM-based learning in nature focused on under-resourced schools and communities; use science to understand and protect birds and habitat; and offer programs and events that promote an understanding and appreciation of nature, and inspire action to protect our Great Rivers, birds and habitat.   The Conservation Leadership Crew Internship is an essential part of the NEST (Nature Stewards of Tomorrow) program and interns will participate in outdoor conservation work, environmental justice trainings and career exposure opportunities. This week-long job opportunity will provide five-ten St. Louis region teens from the Ferguson-Florissant School District and Hazelwood School District with real work experience, understanding of local environmental issues, career exposure, and networking opportunities in the field of environmental conservation and sustainability.   Compensation: $15.00 / hour
Job ID
2023-5528
Job Category
Internships/Fellowships
State
Missouri
City
West Alton
Location : Location
US-MO-West Alton
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(11/16/2023 7:04 AM)
The Conservation Manager, Michigan is an integral member of the Audubon Great Lakes team. They are 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 Michigan. Working closely with Michigan Department of Natural Resources, other public agencies, tribes, NGO partners, Audubon’s network of chapters and volunteers, the Conservation Manager will restore habitat for birds and people, while building a diverse constituency that stewards habitat and builds 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: Eastern Lake Michigan, Saint Marys River and the Straits of Mackinac, Saginaw Bay, and Detroit – St. Clair Flats. This role will also build new relationships and secure funding to expand Audubon’s on-the-ground conservation work in priority regions of Michigan and beyond as identified in Audubon’s Great Lakes conservation plan. 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 Senior Manager, Conservation.   Compensation: $60,000 - $70,000 / year
Job ID
2023-5533
Job Category
Program/Project Management
State
Michigan
Location : Location
US-MI-
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 7 days ago(2/23/2024 11:29 AM)
The National Audubon Society is seeking a Delaware River Watershed Policy Fellow to advance Audubon’s policy objectives for the Delaware River watershed. Reporting to the Policy Director, Audubon Mid-Atlantic, the Fellow will play a key role in addressing water resource management challenges in the watershed and evaluating public funding for management and restoration. The Fellowwill learn about and gain experience in the conservation policy field, with specific focus on advancing federal and state (NY, NJ, DE, PA) legislation, supporting conservation priorities to include federal appropriations. The Fellowwill leverage the Congressional Delaware River Watershed Caucus (Caucus) leadership to accomplish policy goals, as appropriate.   The ideal candidate is a skilled, strategic thinker who works well in coalitions, with experience and knowledge of water issues in the Delaware River Watershed (DRW), wildlife conservation, environmental and/or climate policy. They will have a passion for policy advancement and be skilled at verbal and written communications. This position is an exciting opportunity to enrich a career in policy by contributing to policy research and tracking, while developing skills needed for a career in the environmental policy field.   This is a full-time, one-year grant-funded position that will begin approximately March 224, and last until March, 2025. The position is remote; however, this position will require travel to Capitol Hill, State Capitols and throughout the Delaware River Watershed.   Compensation: $18.00-$20.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5656
Job Category
Internships/Fellowships
State
Pennsylvania
Location : Location
US-PA-
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 months ago(11/8/2023 12:21 PM)
The Digital Product Manager will partner with the Director, Mobile Applications and the Web Product Director to make significant contributions to the growth and strategic effectiveness of Audubon’s web and mobile products. Reporting to the VP/Digital Products, the Digital Product Manager will work collaboratively across Audubon to help ensure that our digital products are effectively and consistently serving current audiences, reaching new users in key target audiences, and channeling engagement in support of Audubon’s conservation mission.   A deep understanding of our current and target audiences, gained via user research, testing, and creative user outreach will form a key foundation of the Digital Product Manager’s work. The role will also be highly collaborative with Audubon’s Communications, Audience Engagement, Social Media, and Direct Response teams, and it is the Digital Product Manager’s responsibility to engage directly with those teams to develop and execute on plans that ensure Audubon’s digital products are effectively positioned within our overall membership and engagement strategies.   Compensation: Salary range based on geo-differentials: - $90,000-$100,000/year = National - $100,000-$110,000/year = Alaska, CA (not San Francisco), Connecticut, D.C., Chicago, Oyster Bay, NY - $110,000-$120,000/year = NYC (not Oyster Bay), San Francisco, Seattle
Job ID
2023-5521
Job Category
Information Technology
State
New York
City
New York
Location : Location
US-NY-New York
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 weeks ago(2/2/2024 1:10 PM)
The Director of Corporate Relations will serve as a key member of the Development Team. The Director joins Audubon at an exciting time, as we look to significantly grow our relationships with leading corporations throughout the Western Hemisphere. The Director is both that of a player and coach. Audubon is an entrepreneurial environment and, particularly as our corporate engagement evolves, it will be critical that the Director is a self-starter, comfortable working in ambiguity, and experienced in building and executing new initiatives. The Director will carry a portfolio of six-, seven-, and eight-figure prospects and be expected to provide guidance and coaching to colleagues (development, conservation, executive, etc.) around their own engagement with corporate partners. This position reports to the Vice President of Corporate, Foundation, and Strategic Partnerships.   Compensation: $140,000-$150,000 / year
Job ID
2024-5619
Job Category
Development/Fundraising
State
New York
City
New York
Location : Location
US-NY-New York
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(12/21/2023 8:56 AM)
As the Director, Digital Content you will play a pivotal role in shaping and managing the digital content landscape for the National Audubon Society. You will be responsible for developing and executing content strategies across various digital platforms, with a primary focus on our organization’s website and other owned digital products. This role requires a creative, strategic thinker with a deep understanding of content strategy, brand alignment, and audience engagement. You will collaborate closely with cross-functional teams to ensure our digital content effectively communicates our brand message, engages our target audience, and delivers on our member and advocacy goals for the organization.   Preference for this position to be based out of our NYC or DC HQ.   Compensation: Salary range based on geo-differentials: - $125,000-$135,000/year = Alaska, CA (not San Francisco), Connecticut, D.C., Chicago, Oyster Bay, NY - $150,000-$160,000/year = NYC (not Oyster Bay), San Francisco, Seattle
Job ID
2023-5568
Job Category
Communications/Marketing
State
New York
City
New York
Location : Location
US-NY-New York
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(12/21/2023 8:58 AM)
Reporting to the VP, Development, Central and Mississippi Flyways, the Director, Major Giving will assist in growing the major gifts program primarily across the Great Lakes and Upper Mississippi River territory (Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota) for the National Audubon Society. They do so through collaborative fundraising efforts together with field leadership, regionally based current and former national board members, advisory board members, and other conservation professionals working across the Audubon Network, supporting Audubon in achieving its ambitious state, regional, and national goals. They will accomplish this in the following ways: - Identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward a portfolio of 100 – 150 major gift donors and prospects and capable of giving $10,000 + annually. - Partner with regionally based current and former advisory and fiduciary board members to deepen relationships throughout the territory. - Establish a framework for increased annual fundraising results to include securing new $10,000 annual gifts and growing the gift size of current donors to 6-figures. - Lead Regional State and Center Advisory Board engagement activities related to fundraising and participate in board development activities together with field leadership. The Director will partner across the organization, engaging program staff and Board members in fundraising activities, as well as identify giving opportunities. The right candidate will have lived experience working with people and communities of color—and demonstrated skill in doing so. They must also have exceptional written and oral communication skills and demonstrate a commitment to a collaborative work style. Key metrics for results will include donor engagement (number of personal meetings with prospect and volunteers) and revenue (value of gifts; the number of solicitations; success rate of solicitations; and achievement of programmatic contributed revenue goals—for local, Flyway and National programs). The successful candidate is an entrepreneurial, results-driven, development professional who is adept at closing six and seven-figure gifts and leading teams.   This role is remote based out of Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, Missouri, Iowa or Minnesota. This position requires up to 50 percent travel in the assigned territories with occasional evening and weekend travel.   Compensation: Salary range based on geo-differentials: - $111,000-$121,000/year = National - $124,000-$134,000/year = Alaska, CA (not San Francisco), Connecticut, D.C., Chicago, Oyster Bay, NY - $136,000-$146,000/year = NYC (not Oyster Bay), San Francisco, Seattle
Job ID
2023-5548
Job Category
Development/Fundraising
Location : Location
US-
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 days ago(2/27/2024 8:46 AM)
Reporting to the Vice President of Development Operations & Donor Services (VP), the Director, Prospect Engagement will lead Audubon’s major donor prospect discovery, qualification, and engagement efforts. The Director will work closely with members of the development and direct response teams, field office leadership, center leaders, and advisory board members from across Audubon to support a comprehensive funder pipeline development program.   Compensation: Salary range based on geo-differentials: - $120,000-$130,000/year = National - $130,000-$140,000/year = Alaska, CA (not San Francisco), Connecticut, D.C., Chicago, Oyster Bay, NY - $140,000-$150,000/year = NYC (not Oyster Bay), San Francisco, Seattle
Job ID
2024-5655
Job Category
Development/Fundraising
State
New York
City
New York
Location : Location
US-NY-New York
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 days ago(2/26/2024 2:50 PM)
The Greenwich Audubon Center has been connecting people with nature since 1943. Creating life-changing experiences that enable community members and their families to appreciate, understand and protect the natural world is at the very core of our mission. The Greenwich Audubon Center is a nature center and wildlife sanctuary owned and operated by the National Audubon Society. The nature center is located in the southwest corner of Connecticut, in the town of Greenwich. The Greenwich Audubon Center has over 15 miles of scenic hiking trails and includes 650 acres of mixed forest, meadows, wetlands, ponds, and streams. The mission of the National Audubon Society is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of the Earth's biological diversity and humanity. The Greenwich Audubon Center strives to meet this mission through education, conservation, and environmental research to encourage the responsible usage and stewardship of natural lands. Each summer the Greenwich Audubon Center provides one individual with an opportunity to assist in the development and leadership of our Eco Leadership Corps, a paid internship program for high school students seeking a position in environmental fields and related disciplines. Our summer Eco Leaders focus on singular projects while concurrently developing lesson plans for our summer nature camp attendees. This summer, Eco Leaders will be conducting a large-scale renovation of our nature play trail, design lessons for summer campers across 4 weeks of camp and participate in multiple professional development sessions. The individual chosen for the Eco Leaders Corps Teacher Naturalist position will support high school students in the research and development of lesson plans, while also providing both positive and constructive feedback in all project areas. They will act as a liaison between full-time Greenwich Audubon Staff and the interns. The Eco Leadership Corps Teacher Naturalists must be comfortable leading interns during their land stewardship project, which will involve spending up to five hours each day outdoors, and is expected to motivate and encourage Eco Leaders, while also participating themselves. At the conclusion of the summer, the Eco Leaders will create a capstone presentation for the Greenwich Audubon community. The Teacher Naturalist is expected to guide the interns through the process of creating and presenting this capstone project. In addition, the Eco Leader Teacher Naturalist will be expected to record the day to day activities and keep notes of progress for each intern. By the end of the program, the individual in this role must produce a binder of each lesson designed, an overview of each week including what went well and what could have been improved, as well as an overview of the land stewardship project. This position begins on June 12, 2023, with interns starting on June 24 and Summer Nature Day Camp begins on July 8th and ends on August 23. The daily work hours are 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., Monday to Friday. Each Tuesday all seasonal summer staff will be required to attend a staff meeting from 3:30 p.m.-4:00 p.m. (day subject to change). This position is located on-site at The Greenwich Audubon Center in Greenwich, CT.   • Attend half of a week-long training led by Greenwich Audubon staff for working with youth in camp and internship settings. • Develop and implement four weeks of ecology/nature-based curriculum. • Maintain the safety and well-being of all youth participants. • Develop a respectful and collegial team environment with fellow staff. • Co-lead a land stewardship project in conjunction with our land steward and camp director. Must be able to lift 50 lbs and be comfortable working outdoors in potentially challenging conditions. • Guide interns through the research and development of conservation-focused lessons for elementary school children • Guide interns through creating a capstone presentation that clearly communicates the lessons learned over the course of the summer • Must be comfortable leading hikes through our property, and teaching high school students about various aspects of our local ecology.   Compensation: $16.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5668
Job Category
Land Stewardship
State
Connecticut
City
Greenwich
Location : Location
US-CT-Greenwich
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(12/8/2023 7:17 AM)
The Education Manager is responsible for all aspects of planning, developing, delivering, and managing all environmental education activities, programs, events, and promotion at Audubon’s Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary. Tasks include staff recruitment, training, and management; education program, activity and event development/design, coordination, delivery, and oversight; communications and marketing; report writing and review; budget and statistics planning, tracking and management; coordination of educational exhibits and displays; and support of other conservation and education activities at the Sanctuary.   The Education Manager will also lead the implementation of Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary’s strategic education objectives and goals, as well as establish and launch new and innovative education program models. The Education Manager must be able to work well under pressure and manage a fast-paced schedule, be a skilled and effective communicator, and be able to effectively develop, plan and lead programs for ages two to adult, including school programs. Most work will take place at Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary, with occasional visits and meetings in other locations.   Compensation: $52,000 - $60,000 / year
Job ID
2023-5510
Job Category
Education/Teaching
State
Florida
City
Naples
Location : Location
US-FL-Naples
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 months ago(11/8/2023 9:23 AM)
Under the supervision of the Senior Coordinator, Conservation Education, the Environmental Youth Leadership Program Intern (the Intern) will participate in a 22-week experiential education program based at the John James Audubon Center (JJAC) in Audubon, PA. Through hands-on activities, discussion, assigned readings, and local field trips the Intern will improve understanding of ecosystem health, learn best practices to protect birds and other wildlife, gain transferable skills that can be applied across industries, and deepen connections with nature. As part of the program, the Intern will be exposed to different careers, make connections with Audubon staff, and be immersed in educational programs at JJAC.   This internship is open to high school seniors only.    Interns will collaborate on two capstone projects: one focusing on environmental justice, and one centered on engaging people in conservation issues.   Compensation: $15.00 / hour
Job ID
2023-5522
Job Category
Internships/Fellowships
State
Pennsylvania
City
Audubon
Location : Location
US-PA-Audubon
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(1/12/2024 10:23 AM)
The part-time Events Assistants provide support services at The John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove for weddings and other celebratory events taking place onsite. Shifts include weekday and weekend evenings. Work schedules and total hours worked will vary based on the candidate’s availability and flexibility.   This role is on site based out of our John James Audubon Center in Audubon, Pennsylvania.   Compensation: $16.00-$18.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5600
Job Category
Facilities/Property Maintenance
State
Pennsylvania
City
Audubon
Location : Location
US-PA-Audubon
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 months ago(11/1/2023 11:10 AM)
FAO Schwarz Fellows work at high-impact nonprofit organizations in Boston, New York City, and Philadelphia. These organizations are all deeply valued in their communities and have a strong record of delivering consistent results and high-quality services. Host organizations vary from year to year — and all have a proven commitment to addressing critical issues of social inequity. Fellows deepen their knowledge and understanding of relevant social issues, work directly with host communities, and lead strategic projects that strengthen the host organization’s capacity and impact.   The FAO Schwarz Fellow will deliver science curriculum to 1st-5th grade students through in-class lessons at partner schools. The Fellow will also be responsible for implementing a strategy for Audubon Mid-Atlantic to build and strengthen our North Philadelphia audience and create deeper community connections.   For more information or to apply directly to the role please visit this link.    Compensation: - $42,000 year one - $48,000 year two
Job ID
2023-5516
Job Category
Internships/Fellowships
State
Pennsylvania
City
Philadelphia
Location : Location
US-PA-Philadelphia
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 week ago(2/20/2024 7:16 AM)
Flight Crew Members are part of a conservation-focused job corps for young adults and will receive 7-weeks of paid, hands-on work experience in wildlife conservation, recreation, and environmental education. The Flight Crew Team Lead will assist in the implementation of Flight Crew, a paid summer job for teens, which combines exposure to environmental careers as well as experience facilitating environmental education in a summer camp setting. For the first several weeks of Flight Crew 2024, Crew interns will receive training in water conservation, wildlife conservation, and land restoration and will participate in local conservation projects. Interns will network with environmental organization professionals and explore career opportunities. In addition, interns 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, Flight Crew will transition into a role serving as camp counselors for Little Creek Summer Camp (LCSC). Interns 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 interns 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.   Compensation: $15.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5652
Job Category
Education/Teaching
State
Missouri
City
West Alton
Location : Location
US-MO-West Alton
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(1/31/2024 1:43 PM)
Our full-time seasonal Outdoor Educator will report to the Associate Director of the Blair Visitor Center and lead and support outdoor education and nature interpretation programs on-site for Sanctuary visitors of all ages. This will primarily include delivering summer camp for children ages 6-12, along with other educational programs and events at the Sanctuary. They may also occasionally support our visitor center by working at our admissions desk and performing facility and boardwalk closing duties, as required.   This position is a full-time, seasonal role, up to 40 hours/week from approximately May 23, 2024 – July 31, 2024 and is based on-site at our Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary in Naples, Florida.    Rustic, shared accommodations are available on-site, as a taxable employment benefit. Please indicate in your application if you require on-site accommodations.   Compensation: $15.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5617
Job Category
Education/Teaching
State
Florida
City
Naples
Location : Location
US-FL-Naples
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(12/13/2023 9:14 AM)
The kitchen staff, including the Head Chef, Sous Chef, and Kitchen or Camp Assistant, with the help of a group of devoted Friends of Hog Island (FOHI) volunteers, provides 3 meals a day for up to 80 people during the course of 6-day, 5-night camp sessions. A commercial-grade kitchen is part of the dining building known as “The Bridge”. The kitchen provides the only food service available on the island so it is important that staff review and accommodate the dietary restrictions of all staff, guests, and volunteers to provide safe, healthy, and complete dining options.     The Head Chef is responsible for directing kitchen operations, developing meal plans, placing food orders, and preparing meals for up to 80 people (Hog Island staff, volunteers, and participants) on Hog Island in a safe, healthy, and environmentally-friendly manner, for all scheduled Audubon Camp sessions and rentals. She/He/they will direct and schedule the Sous Chef and Kitchen or Camp Assistant and work closely with the FOHI Volunteer Coordinator who will schedule and direct a dedicated team of volunteers who assist in the kitchen, dining room, and elsewhere in the camp. Strong and independent time management skills are required to efficiently schedule time in the kitchen and minimize work beyond 40 hrs/week. She/He/They will order food and beverages while managing kitchen costs and emphasizing sustainable and healthy options. We provide the only food service available on the island so it is important that she/he/they will review and accommodate dietary restrictions of all staff, guests, and volunteers to provide safe, healthy, and complete dining options. The Head Chef will be managing a small team and should be able to maintain a positive attitude and work to maintain high morale. The kitchen will have to abide by health and safety protocols and the Head Chef will be responsible for enforcing and abiding by these protocols. Most meals are served buffet style with outdoor seating, though there may be indoor options depending on health policies and weather.   The Head Chef is preferred to live in Audubon housing on Hog Island in order to perform the functions of this position. Campers, Hog Island staff, and volunteers are provided three meals each day including desserts, so early morning preparation is required for breakfast served at 6 or 7 AM and dinner activities may last until 7 or 8 PM. All-day field trips require preparation of picnic lunches and snacks.   The chef’s unheated private room and bath is located on Hog Island within a five-minute walk over varied terrain to the kitchen. Utilities are supplied by Audubon. Meals are provided on Hog Island when the kitchen is in operation.  This is a full-time, seasonal role that is slated to start on April 29, 2024 and run through October 4, 2024. The work schedule is usually Sunday lunch through mid-day Friday, 40 hours per week, and the day revolves around meal planning and service that includes breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Weekend work is required. Some weeks will not include a full schedule and full hours may not be expected all weeks.   Compensation: $23.50 / hour
Job ID
2023-5550
Job Category
Facilities/Property Maintenance
State
Maine
City
Bremen
Location : Location
US-ME-Bremen
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(2/7/2024 7:04 AM)
Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary and the Blair Audubon Center is one of the National Audubon Society's premiere centers. Operating as part of the Audubon Florida state program, the Sanctuary unites visitor and education experiences with science-based conservation to understand, protect and restore habitats on its >13,000 acres and its regional and connected watershed and public lands corridors. Corkscrew is well served by seasoned staff who are experts in their fields and by a dedicated and talented pool of volunteers, including the Corkscrew Sustainability Board.   The Land Stewardship Technician will report to the Senior Resource Manager and will be primarily responsible for aiding in the implementation of an ecologically-sound land management plan. This will involve direct field work removing invasive exotics and native nuisance plants, assisting with prescribed burns, and coordinating with field crews or volunteers to assist with these primary tasks.   This full-time, 40-hrs per week position is based out of Audubon’s Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary. The Land Stewardship Technician will work collaboratively with the Sanctuary’s Conservation Team (land stewardship and research), in addition to facilities staff and volunteers.   Compensation: $16.00-$18.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5629
Job Category
Land Stewardship
State
Florida
City
Naples
Location : Location
US-FL-Naples
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(2/12/2024 1:14 PM)
The Green Mountain Audubon Center in Huntington seeks experienced teachers, environmental educators, and naturalists to lead our nature day camps. The Lead Seasonal Educator will work with 3- to 5-year-old and 6- to 12-year-old children (and new this year, one week of 13 to 16-year-old campers!) as they explore the forests, brooks, meadows, and ponds on the Center’s 255 acres.  Each week of camp focuses on a different theme and all campers get the chance to search for wildlife, make crafts, go on hikes, play games, and hone their nature awareness skills. New this year, our campers will be supported by both Lead Seasonal Educators and Seasonal Educators. This position is excellent for an experienced educator who is interested in taking on more responsibility as a leader and mentor at camp.   Lead Seasonal Educators will be responsible for teaching outdoors all summer, developing camp activities and curriculum, and working effectively as part of a dynamic camp team. The Lead Educator position will be responsible for helping to mentor the High School Counselors-in-Training and seasonal educators and solely responsible for creating lesson plans for at least 2 weeks of camp (we have resources to support lesson writing). They will be responsible for communicating and working effectively with the entire camp team, which includes: 3 Lead Seasonal Educators, 3 Seasonal Educators, an education intern, Audubon’s year-round staff, and high-school Counselors-in-Training. As we continue to come out of the COVID-19 pandemic, we still expect to implement practices to keep campers and staff safe, healthy, and well. Staff will be trained on practices that support camp-wide health.   Staff will work at both our Preschool Nature Camp (PNC) and Ecology Day Camp (EDC) and should feel comfortable with both age groups. Throughout the summer, educators will share the role of coordinating the weekly and daily logistics for campers at either PNC or EDC. At each camp there will be 2 Lead Educators, 1-3 Seasonal Educators, and 2-3 CITs each week. Audubon will challenge you to enhance your leadership, teaching, and mentoring skills while encouraging you to share the wonder of exploring the most magical places at the Green Mountain Audubon Center.      Camp runs for 8 weeks, June 24 – August 16.  There are six days of paid professional development and naturalist training prior to the start of camp from June 13th to June 21st (19th off for Juneteenth).  This is a full-time, seasonal opportunity with an estimated 40-hour work week. Camp Schedule  - Required Training before camp: 6 days from Thursday, June 13th to Friday, June 21st (no training over the weekend or on June 19th for Juneteenth) - The Daily staff schedule is 8:00am – 4:30pm.  - Camp clean-up and debrief Monday, August 19th after camp.  - All camp staff will have 2 unpaid vacation days on Wednesday, June 19th and Thursday, July 4th.   - There is one required overnight camp-out at Audubon for staff working Ecology Day Camp Tuesday July 2nd with campers. - There is one camp, Twilight Adventures, 8/5/24-8/9/24 that will require staff working Ecology Day Camp to be available from 2:30pm to 9:30pm.  This role is on-site at the Audubon Vermont, Green Mountain Audubon Center, in Huntington, VT .   Educators must be over 18.    Compensation: $16.50-$17.00 / hour 
Job ID
2024-5643
Job Category
Education/Teaching
State
Vermont
City
Huntington
Location : Location
US-VT-Huntington
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 days ago(2/27/2024 9:51 AM)
The Audubon Center at Riverlands is seeking one seasonal lead survey technician to assist in our long-term bottomland forest bird surveys for the Upper Mississippi River system. Working under the Conservation Science Manager, the Lead Survey Technician will assist in conducting point-count surveys on islands and areas along the Mississippi River during the spring/summer. The part-time lead survey technician will also act as a lead over our other part-time techs and volunteers and assist in scheduling field outings/survey needs. Technicians will also conduct associated data entry and quality assurance, as well as some data analysis. This position starts May 1st and could last until July 31st (dates may vary due to river conditions) with some weekend and holiday work being required. Housing is not provided. Applicants will be accepted until the position is filled.   Compensation: $18.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5672
Job Category
Science
State
Missouri
City
West Alton
Location : Location
US-MO-West Alton
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(1/12/2024 11:16 AM)
The National Audubon Society seeks a Learning and Development Associate to support and coordinate Audubon’s Learning and Development programming. Reporting to the Director of Learning and Development, this is a new position. The Learning and Development Associate will play a critical role in the growing portfolio of professional development work for the entire organization, with a specific focus on onboarding and continuous learning and development activities. The ideal candidate will be a person that is organized, adept with systems and processes, looking to grow and develop skills as a learning and development professional, as well as someone who enjoys collaboration and creative problem solving in a dynamic environment.   This is a hybrid position with ability to work from our office location in Washington, DC.   Compensation: $28.00-$32.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5597
Job Category
Human Resources
State
Washington, DC
Location : Location
US-DC-
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(1/2/2024 7:16 AM)
The National Audubon Society is looking for a Learning Manager to collaborate internally and implement a learning programming for Development staff (approximately 70-plus staff), senior leaders and advisory board members. The Learning Manager’s work will play a critical role in building a culture of philanthropy across the organization. This person will report to the Director of Learning and Development on Audubon’s People and Culture team and his/her focus will be to support Audubon’s Development department, a 70+ person team including 30+ frontline fundraisers. Working closely and in alignment with senior leadership in Development, the Learning Manager’s work will focus on developing the expertise and capacity of frontline fundraisers, the Development team, senior leaders, and advisory boards across the organization.   This can be either a fully remote with travel as needed/requested or a hybrid position with ability to work from one of our office locations in New York, NY, and Washington, DC.   Compensation: Salary range based on geo-differentials: - $100,000-$110,000/year = National - $110,000-$120,000/year = Alaska, CA (not San Francisco), Connecticut, D.C., Chicago, Oyster Bay, NY - $120,000-$130,000/year = NYC (not Oyster Bay), San Francisco, Seattle
Job ID
2023-5569
Job Category
Human Resources
State
New York
City
New York
Location : Location
US-NY-New York
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(1/26/2024 7:10 AM)
South Louisiana is a popular destination for tourists, fishermen, and beachgoers. Birds including Least Terns, Wilson's Plovers, and Common Nighthawks nest on these beaches, creating the potential for disturbance by recreational users of private and public lands.   Supervised by the Louisiana Coastal Biologist, the Seasonal Coastal Bird Technician will help buffer beach-nesting bird sites against the threats of human disturbance, and work with community members to provide protection efforts and offer outreach and education opportunities to visitors. The program will have a strong bird-monitoring component, which will involve tracking nests, chicks, and their fates, to understand the impacts of human disturbance, predation, and other environmental stresses on breeding productivity.   The Seasonal Coastal Bird Technician will also demonstrate and gain skills in outreach and education (virtual and/or in-person), as well as have opportunities to intimately monitor and protect charismatic beach-nesting bird species. They will work with a team of conservation professionals, graduate students, partner organizations, and local decision-makers to improve outcomes for conservation priority bird species.   We will hire three full-time seasonal positions based in Cameron Parish. The position will start in 1 April and terminate in early August (~20 weeks).   Compensation: $15.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5610
Job Category
Land Stewardship
State
Louisiana
City
Baton Rouge
Location : Location
US-LA-Baton Rouge
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(12/12/2023 7:07 AM)
The Manager, Community Science role at Audubon’s National Science team is focused on supporting, promoting, and innovating Audubon’s current and future Community Science programs, including Audubon’s Christmas Bird Count (CBC), Climate Watch (CW) and Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC) programs. These programs should contribute directly to advancing the Flight Plan’s community milestone as well as other milestones. They serve as lead project manager to track project deadlines, materials development, promotion activities, program assessments, data submission management, and other deliverables are on track working closely with each program lead on the team. This position coordinates with Audubon’s Network, and Marketing & Communications teams, as well as with science staff and consultants. The specialist also leads trainings and assessments, including deployment of structured surveys of volunteers rooted in social science best practices, as required for program evolution.   This position provides first-line support to coordinators and volunteers. The Manager, Community Science provides support and outreach to volunteers by developing and maintaining training and outreach materials such as manuals, how-to resources, videos, FAQs and by providing direct assistance to volunteers by email and phone as needed. They are responsible for maintaining general web content and web-based training materials for these programs and for scheduling and promoting training webinars for program participants, in coordination with program leads. The manager also participates in a team environment to plan, test and support the technology assets of all of Audubon’s Community Science initiatives. This includes coordinating with the Enterprise GIS and Data analytics teams on data visualization and data curation and management.   The specialist contributes to the planning, development and review of content as part of the team in producing each issue of American Birds, Audubon’s quarterly community science eNewsletter. The position also works with Audubon’s Science team to prepare and present materials that summarize community science outcomes and stories for a variety of audiences such as the general public, participants and volunteers.   Compensation: Salary range based on geo-differentials: - $60,000-$70,000/year = National - $65,000-$75,000/year = Alaska, CA (not San Francisco), Connecticut, D.C., Chicago, Oyster Bay, NY - $75,000-$80,000/year = NYC (not Oyster Bay), San Francisco, Seattle
Job ID
2023-5540
Job Category
Science
Location : Location
US-
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
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Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(1/8/2024 11:06 AM)
Audubon is seeking an experienced and highly skilled writer and editor to join the Office of the CEO as an integral part of our dynamic team as a Manager, Executive Communications. Reporting to the VP, Executive Communications, as well as working closely with the Chief of Staff, as well as collaborating with the Communications and Marketing teams, this role will play a crucial role in developing correspondence and communications that advance organizational goals through the strategic direction and voice of the CEO.   This is a hybrid position with ability to work from our Washington, DC office location.   Compensation: $80,000-$90,000 / year
Job ID
2023-5574
Job Category
Communications/Marketing
State
Washington, DC
Location : Location
US-DC-
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
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Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(1/8/2024 11:09 AM)
Audubon is seeking an exceptional, mission-driven individual to serve as Manager, Executive Operations and Engagement based in Washington, DC. The Manager, Executive Operations and Engagement’s mission is to maximize the Chief Executive Officer’s effectiveness, impact and results. They will be an essential part of a high-performing Executive Office team that is making groundbreaking contributions to alter the course of climate change and habitat loss, leading to better outcomes for people, birds, and the planet.   This is a hybrid position with ability to work from our Washington, DC office location.   Compensation: $80,000-$90,000 / year
Job ID
2023-5572
Job Category
Office/Support Services
State
Washington, DC
Location : Location
US-DC-
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
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Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 months ago(10/18/2023 11:12 AM)
Reporting to the Senior Center Manager, the Manager, Land and Livestock Stewardship will coordinate and execute all day-to-day onsite farm operations. This position will develop and lead implementation of Aullwood Audubon’s Comprehensive Habitat Management Plan, focusing on long and short-term objectives using current best practices to restore, maintain and enhance restoration and management activities across 200 acres of grasslands, forests, wetlands and working lands of Aullwood Audubon, with a special emphasis on grassland bird habitat at the farm. The Land and Livestock Stewardship Manager will lead a team and think critically, relying on strong organizational skills and knowledge of Southwest Ohio’s native ecological communities to meet stewardship, management, and operational goals and priorities. This position is in-person at Aullwood Audubon, Monday through Friday. Core hours are 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, with seasonal or project-related variations as needed.   Compensation: $60,000-$70,000 / year
Job ID
2023-5504
Job Category
Land Stewardship
State
Ohio
City
Dayton
Location : Location
US-OH-Dayton
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
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Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(1/11/2024 1:37 PM)
Audubon’s Seabird Institute combines conservation science, education, and outreach with the advocacy might of Audubon’s network to protect seabirds and the places they need. The Seabird Institute engages thousands of visitors through its work at the Hog Island Audubon Camp, Project Puffin Visitor Center, school-age programming and via narrated puffin watching cruises with partner boat companies. It reaches millions more through online programming and its explore.org puffin & osprey nest cams.   The Manager, Public Programs will play a lead role in the development and execution of the Seabird Institute’s educational programming offered through Hog Island Audubon Camp in-residence sessions, day-programs, virtual programming, and other venues. The Manager will elevate and diversify audience participation, boost levels of engagement, and stimulate revenue growth through implementation of new and existing events and programs. They will work closely with the Project Puffin Visitor Center Manager, Communication and Development Assistant, and other staff to develop innovative programs that support and align Hog Island Audubon Camp, Project Puffin Visitor Center, and Todd Wildlife Sanctuary with the Seabird Institute and National Audubon Society strategies and initiatives.   Compensation: $60,000 / year
Job ID
2024-5589
Job Category
Education/Teaching
State
Maine
City
Bremen
Location : Location
US-ME-Bremen
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 weeks ago(2/5/2024 12:26 PM)
A lack of understanding of the temporal and spatial distribution of the Black Rail (Laterallus jamaicensis) in Louisiana has resulted in an inability to (1) study basic aspects of the species’ biology in this part of the range and (2) implement effective conservation measures to benefit this species. Without knowing when and where the Black Rail occurs in the state, restoration and management efforts will be unable to account for the habitat needs of this rare and declining species. This project seeks to build upon five years of research to locate Black Rails in coastal Louisiana, describe important habitat on which they depend, and understand their responses to fire management.   Supervised by the Marshbird Biologist, the Marshbird Biological Assistant will work closely with Audubon Delta’s Marshbird Biologist to conduct point-count and vegetation surveys. By assisting with this project, the Marshbird Biological Assistant will gain experience and learn from experts in the field of conservation and avian ecology, while gaining practical skills in ornithological research, monitoring techniques, and volunteer coordination.   This position is expected to work 40 hours per week for five months between March and July 2024. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and a list of three references with your application by February 18th, 2024.   Compensation: $15.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5611
Job Category
Science
State
Louisiana
City
Baton Rouge
Location : Location
US-LA-Baton Rouge
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(1/2/2024 7:09 AM)
Audubon Florida supports management of beach-nesting birds at many locations along the Gulf Coast and Northeast Atlantic Coast of Florida by surveying, posting, stewarding, and protecting nesting areas from disturbance. In order to more effectively monitor and protect nesting shorebirds, Audubon is hiring a seasonal Anchor Steward to work at beach-nesting bird sites within Pinellas County, Florida. Sites requiring stewardship may include Redington Shores, St. Pete Beach, and Clearwater Beach. Nesting species may include Black Skimmer, Least Tern, and American Oystercatcher. The primary responsibility of the Anchor Steward is to organize and train volunteers to minimize disturbance by conducting public outreach near shore/seabird nesting areas and to help monitor nesting.   This is a seasonal position working 20 hours per week to include weekends and the following holidays: Memorial Day, Independence Day, and Labor Day, if nesting persists until the latter holiday. The position is anticipated to begin April 29, 2024 and continue through the end of nesting season, to be determined in consultation with supervisor. Nesting may persist into late August but can end early in the event of a catastrophic event or other total loss of nesting activity. This position is based on-site within Pinellas County, Florida.   Compensation: $15.00 / hour
Job ID
2023-5567
Job Category
Science
State
Florida
Location : Location
US-FL-
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 weeks ago(2/5/2024 1:23 PM)
Audubon Florida supports management of beach-nesting birds at many locations in Northeast Florida by surveying, posting, stewarding, and protecting nesting areas from disturbance. To better protect nesting shorebirds Audubon is hiring a seasonal Shorebird Steward to work at the beaches of Nassau Sound including Amelia Island and Little Talbot Island. The primary responsibilities of the Shorebird Steward are to steward shorebird nesting areas and help train volunteer stewards as needed. Stewarding involves a variety of actions including observations of birds and the public at nesting sites and education of the public when their actions may pose a threat to the birds.   This is a part-time, 20-hour-per-week seasonal position focused on weekends and holidays, including Memorial Day and Independence Day. The position start date is anticipated to be 04/9/2024 and continue through the end of nesting season. Nesting season often persists through the middle of August but may end early based on conditions at the nesting sites (e.g., storms causing loss of beach habitat).   Compensation: $15.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5630
Job Category
Science
State
Florida
Location : Location
US-FL-
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
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Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(1/23/2024 7:08 AM)
The Outreach Education Assistant represents the Seabird Institute (SI) to the public as a narrator aboard puffin watching cruises, and as a greeter and interpreter at the Project Puffin Visitor Center in Rockland, Maine (PPVC). Outreach Education Assistants bring the story of SI’s 50+-year history to children, adults, and families, and help people to understand the necessity for this applied conservation work, as well as to inspire them to become personally involved in conservation action as donors and citizen activists.   Shared housing is available upon request and is located at Audubon's Todd Wildlife Sanctuary, located at 12 Audubon Road, in Bremen, Maine.   There are (3) full-time seasonal positions available as detailed below: Start Dates: - Position (1) and (2) - Begins May 1 - This position includes working at the visitor center as well as assisting with all chores and logistics for the opening & establishment of Seabird Island Field Camps. - Position (3) - Begins mid-May End Dates: - (2) positions - August 31st - Position (1) - October 31st - This position includes working at the Visitor Center (5) days/week in September and October. Food stipend and Shared Housing can be provided by Audubon.   Compensation: $15.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5595
Job Category
Community Relations/Outreach
State
Maine
City
Bremen
Location : Location
US-ME-Bremen
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 days ago(2/26/2024 1:12 PM)
Audubon Vermont seeks candidates with a background and demonstrated interest in environmental law or policy to serve as a paid intern for the spring 2024 semester. The person in this position will work to advance environmental policy while learning how to apply law, science, and policy for the protection of birds and the places they need to thrive with guidance from our interim Executive Director. The internship is designed to provide a range of administrative and programmatic experiences with a focus on conservation issues facing Vermont and Northern New England.   During this internship, the policy intern will gain valuable experience interacting with the professional scientists, educators, and advocates at Audubon, as well as with other environmental professionals and leaders in Vermont. This internship will contribute to the goals of Audubon Vermont through supporting one or more policy campaigns in one or more of the areas of climate mitigation and adaptation, wildlife conservation, public and working lands, and watershed protection. This internship will include a mix of working environments including remote and in-person.   This position is overseen by our Youth Conservation Leadership Coordinator. The intern will work a total of 305 hours throughout the semester from early March through the end of May 2024, averaging 16-20 hours/week.   This is a hybrid position with remote working and in-person meetings at the Green Mountain Audubon Center.   Compensation: $16.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5667
Job Category
Internships/Fellowships
State
Vermont
City
Huntington
Location : Location
US-VT-Huntington
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 11 months ago(3/17/2023 1:57 PM)
Audubon Delta is the regional office of the National Audubon Society, encompassing the states of Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi, and combining the former state office of Audubon Louisiana with two other state offices. The National Audubon Society protects birds and the places they need, today and tomorrow, throughout the Americas using science, advocacy, education, and on-the-ground conservation. Audubon has had a presence on the Gulf Coast for nearly a century and is invested thoroughly in the region. Audubon Delta has built a reputation as a pragmatic advocate for clean energy transition, backed by best available science and supported by inclusive coalition-building.   Position Summary Reporting to the Director of Policy for Audubon Delta, the Policy Manager, Energy, is a key member of the Audubon Delta policy team, focusing on climate and clean energy issues engagement across Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi. This position will work to target and promote Audubon’s support for the rapid deployment of responsibly sited and operated transmission and generation infrastructure to hasten the transition to clean energy. The incumbent will work closely with Audubon national and state staff, chapters, industry, federal, state and local government agencies, grid planning organizations and other partners.   The Policy Manager, Energy will be responsible for managing and growing Audubon’s Transmission initiative, monitoring and engaging in dockets at public service commissions in the three Delta region states and in the City of New Orleans, and participating in offshore wind initiatives in the Gulf as appropriate. The work will include: drafting policy technical comments and filing in dockets that align with Audubon Delta priorities, engagement and advocacy to improve transmission planning, siting, and permitting policies through federal, RTO, state and local transmission planning and permitting processes, member and policy-maker education on the importance of improved transmission and clean energy transition policies, and advocacy in support of priority transmission and clean energy transition projects.   **This position will work remotely and can be located in Arkansas, Mississippi, or Louisiana.   Please take a look at Audubon’s transmission report.    Compensation: $75,000 / year
Job ID
2023-5319
Job Category
Advocacy/Public Policy/Government Relations
State
Arkansas
Location : Location
US-AR-
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 5 months ago(9/21/2023 9:32 AM)
The Policy Manager, Mississippi River Water Initiative supports policy efforts and government affairs functions to advance Audubon’s mission and bird conservation objectives. Reporting to the Policy Director, Water Conservation the role serve as a part of the Mississippi River team and works in collaboration with other national, regional, and state policy and program staff, as well as external partners. The Policy Manager plays a key role in implementing Audubon’s vision for transformative water policy solutions by helping to mobilize our effective conservation network of Audubon members and supporters and builds relationships with a broad range of stakeholders.   Compensation: $75,000-105,000 / year dependent on zone
Job ID
2023-5472
Job Category
Advocacy/Public Policy/Government Relations
State
Washington, DC
Location : Location
US-DC-
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org