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The Vice President for Climate reports to the Chief Conservation Officer (an open seat; searches are being conducted concurrently) and works closely with colleagues at all levels across the organization.   The VP currently oversees a team of six individuals and a budget of $10M. Direct reports include two Senior Directors for Federal Climate Strategy; a Director for State and Local Climate Strategy; a Senior Program Manager for Climate; a Director of the Clean Energy Initiative, and a Climate Policy Analyst. However, there are as many as 70 professionals across the distributed organization assigned to funded climate activities, and the VP has to inspire and unite them around common strategies and goals.
Job ID
2020-4477
Job Category
Executive/Senior Management
State
Washington, DC
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 current 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 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
2020-4497
Job Category
Internships/Fellowships
State
New York
City
New York
The National Audubon Society is excited to announce its sixth year of the Walker Communications Fellowship Program, designed for college students (undergraduate or graduate) 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 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
2020-4496
Job Category
Internships/Fellowships
State
New York
City
New York
Audubon Great Lakes’ Wild Indigo Nature Explorations program is dedicated to engaging a broad diversity of communities to create meaningful conservation solutions that work for birds, nature, and people. Detroit Wild Indigo Nature Explorations is a community engagement program that seeks to build lasting relationships between urban communities of color and their local natural areas. Working on Detroit’s East Side, Wild Indigo will build community appreciation of wetland ecology and support for their restoration along the Detroit River.   The project goal is to demonstrate the connection between healthy natural habitats and healthy urban communities via activities that familiarize adults and children with the nature and wildlife that share the spaces where they live, work, and play. This project will develop a series of events that, via community science, outdoor recreation, and stewardship, will foster a deeper connection to wildlife along the upper Detroit River. With community partners, Audubon’s Wild Indigo program will develop a cohort of ambassadors who will be informed advocate for healthy watersheds in the region.   By implementing the Wild Indigo framework for collaboratively designing nature-based educational activities, the coordinator will seek to establish lasting connections between communities of color and local natural areas.  With guidance from Audubon and local community partners, the Wild Indigo Coordinator will co-design a series of outdoor community events that will target diverse multi-generational audiences. Programs will incorporate community interests and concerns of the community (health, safety, education, and heritage, etc.), to demonstrate links between clean water, healthy fisheries, and birds habitats, while providing opportunities for stewardship and local advocacy. This project builds on Audubon Great Lakes’ wetland restoration efforts. This work focuses on marsh birds – key predators in wetland habitats— as indicators of health and also charismatic species that help visualize for residents environment health in the air, on land, and in our waterways.   This job requires a culturally competent, organized and responsible person who is an excellent communicator that can work effectively as part of a team and independently. The successful applicant must have an enthusiasm for the outdoors a willingness to learn, teach, and share actively with community groups.   The position requires travel to community organizations and local natural areas throughout the communities of Detroit, Michigan.
Job ID
2021-4557
Job Category
Community Relations/Outreach
State
Michigan