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Job Post Information* : Posted Date 6 months ago(9/13/2023 2:35 PM)
Reporting to the Executive Director of the Great Salt Lake Watershed Enhancement Trust (GSLWET or Trust), Program Director, GSLWET, will be a key member of the growing GSLWET and the National Audubon Society (Audubon) Saline Lakes Program team, working in collaboration with The Nature Conservancy of Utah (TNC), the State of Utah, and the Community Foundation of Utah, as we launch the Trust.   GSLWET has been established pursuant to an Act passed by the Utah Legislature in 2022. Working with partners, the Trust will: - Support voluntary water leases and acquisitions to retain existing flows or enhance flows and improve water quality and quantity for wildlife areas at Great Salt Lake. - Protect and restore upstream wetlands and habitats in the Great Salt Lake's surrounding ecosystem to benefit the hydrology of the Great Salt Lake. - Identify priority areas and protect essential habitats and hydrology connected with the lake, including areas providing return flow and groundwater recharge. - Identify and address infrastructure needs and projects to improve water distribution or otherwise respond to low water levels and rising salinity in the lake. - Support water management and planning efforts with key stakeholders. Under the leadership of the Executive Director, the Program Director will help build and lead the new Trust focused on Great Salt Lake. They will help oversee GSLWET operations and projects through to success, including meeting project deadlines, financial goals, and coordinating the work of key staff and partners. Together, with the Executive Director, they will be responsible for managing priority strategies and programs. Additionally, this role will help with local and regional development and outreach opportunities (donors, foundations, and grants) to support the work of the Trust.   This a hybrid role based in Utah, with an expectation of an average of at least three (3) days a week in the Salt Lake City office.   Compensation:  $100,000-$110,000 / year
Job ID
2023-5225
Job Category
Program/Project Management
State
Utah
City
Salt Lake city
Location : Location
US-UT-Salt Lake city
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(2/6/2024 4:45 PM)
Reporting to the Senior Manager of the Western Rivers Program at Audubon Rockies, the Program Specialist is responsible for overseeing the Western Water on-the-ground project management, implementation, grant coordination and proposals, internal and external communications, and coalition collaboration with a principal focus on water and freshwater habitat issues in Colorado. The Program Specialist will need to demonstrate strong project management skills, and an understanding of river restoration, hydrology, watershed science, working agriculture, and partnership-building. As part of the team, they will work with a broad array of internal and external partners to improve coordination and collaboration, to contribute to Audubon’s efforts to use science, projects, and communications to improve the reliability of water supplies for birds, freshwater habitats, and people across the Audubon Rockies territory, as well as produce timely work products throughout the year.   Additionally, the Program Specialist will work in partnership with water stakeholders and like-minded organizations in pursuit of Audubon’s project objectives, including assisting in advocacy on behalf of Audubon to local, state, and federal government officials, agency staff, and decision-makers.   Compensation: $55,000-$65,000 / year
Job ID
2024-5628
Job Category
Program/Project Management
State
Colorado
Location : Location
US-CO-
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 12:56 PM)
Audubon Florida seeks a Project Manager for the Panhandle Florida Shorebird Program. Reporting to Audubon Florida’s Director of Bird Conservation, this position is responsible for expansive coastal bird monitoring, management, and research in partnership with the state agency, and other land managers in the Florida Panhandle. This includes monitoring, management, and stewardship of beach-nesting bird sites; winter monitoring and surveys of coastal birds; monitoring, management, and stewardship of rooftop nesting sites; outreach to beach professionals and law enforcement enlisting their help in coastal bird protection and efforts to reduce predation management.   In close collaboration with the Director of Bird Conservation, Audubon staff and partners at the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission, the Project Manager will manage implementation of Audubon's coastal conservation work in the Panhandle. This role is a remote position based out of a home office in the Central Florida Panhandle. This position is 40 hours a week.   This is a full-time, grant-funded position available approximately through December 31, 2032. Funding is provided by the Gulf Environmental Benefit Fund (GEBF). Additional funding may be available to extend the term of employment beyond December 2032.   Compensation: $54,000-$64,000 / year
Job ID
2023-5575
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 days ago(2/26/2024 4:37 PM)
Restoration Interns play a critical role in the management and restoration of Forest Preserves of Cook County (FPCC) and Chicago Park District (CPD) Natural Areas. Under the direction of Audubon's Stewardship Program Associate, Restoration Intern - Crew Chief and Restoration Intern - Assistant Crew Chief, Restoration Interns will help to restore ecological health and integrity of prairie, savanna, woodland, wetland, and hemimarsh habitats by removing invasive species at various preserves and natural areas in Cook County. This internship is an excellent opportunity to gain experience in natural areas management and land stewardship, as well as contribute to the growing network of individuals and organizations in the Chicago area that possess a personal commitment to conservation.   It is preferred but not required that interns have reliable transportation to and from work sites. Interns will report to the Stewardship Program Associate and preference will be given to those who commit to the full length of the program. The program is physically rigorous and challenging but offers interesting and educational experiences to an energetic and motivated individual. The positions are offered through Audubon’s Wings Internship program in partnership with the FPCC and CPD.   This program offers: - Paid position with competitive compensation. - Reimbursement of mileage to and from work sites. - Uniforms, work vests and personal protective equipment (PPE) provided by Audubon. - Ecological certifications, licenses, conference, and field seminar experience. This role is on-site and based out of Audubon Great Lakes (125 S. Wacker Dr., Suite 2125, Chicago, IL 60606). Forest Preserves District of Cook County (Powderhorn Nature Preserve, Orland Grassland, Michigan City Road Savanna, + multiple other properties), Chicago Park District (Deadstick Pond, Marian Byrnes, Big Marsh Park, and Indian Ridge Marsh Park).   Compensation: $18.50/hour
Job ID
2024-5661
Job Category
Internships/Fellowships
State
Illinois
City
Chicago
Location : Location
US-IL-Chicago
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 12:52 PM)
The Restoration Intern - Assistant Crew Chief will play a critical role in the management and restoration of Forest Preserves of Cook County (FPCC) and Chicago Park District (CPD) Natural Areas. Under the direction of Audubon's Stewardship Program Associate, the Restoration Intern - Assistant Crew Chief will help the Restoration Intern - Crew Chief to lead Restoration Interns in restoring ecological health and integrity of prairie, savanna, woodland, wetland and hemimarsh habitats by removing invasive species at various preserves and natural areas in Cook County. This is an excellent opportunity to gain experience in assisting with crew management and land stewardship responsibilities, as well as develop leadership and organizational skills. The Restoration Intern - Assistant Crew Chief will be expected to work effectively with the Restoration Intern - Crew Chief to balance crew management in the field and administrative duties.   The commitment is a full-time, 40-hours per week, Monday – Friday 7am-3pm, seasonal paid position that runs from May through December. The Restoration Intern – Assistant Crew Chief must also be extremely flexible with scheduling as field work is subject to change daily to hourly due to weather, work adjustments and crew needs. It is preferred but not required that interns have reliable transportation to and from work sites. The Restoration Intern – Assistant Crew Chief will report to the Stewardship Program Associate and should commit to the full length of the program. The program is physically rigorous and challenging but offers an interesting and educational experiences to an energetic and motivated individual. The intern position is offered by under Audubon’s Wings Internship program in partnership with the FPCC and CPD.   This program offers: - Paid position with competitive compensation. - Reimbursement of mileage to and from work sites. - Uniforms, work vests and personal protective equipment (PPE) provided by Audubon. - Ecological certifications, licenses, conference, and field seminar experience. This role is on-site and based out of Audubon Great Lakes (125 S. Wacker Dr., Suite 2125, Chicago, IL 60606). Forest Preserves District of Cook County (Powderhorn Nature Preserve, Orland Grassland, Michigan City Road Savanna, + multiple other properties), Chicago Park District (Deadstick Pond, Marian Byrnes, Big Marsh Park, and Indian Ridge Marsh Park).   Compensation: $20.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5662
Job Category
Internships/Fellowships
State
Illinois
City
Chicago
Location : Location
US-IL-Chicago
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 4:34 PM)
The Restoration Intern - Crew Chief will play a critical role in the management and restoration of Forest Preserves of Cook County (FPCC) and Chicago Park District (CPD) Natural Areas. Under the direction of Audubon's Stewardship Program Associate, the Restoration Intern - Crew Chief will lead Restoration Interns in restoring ecological health and integrity of prairie, savanna, woodland, wetland and hemimarsh habitats by removing invasive species at various preserves and natural areas in Cook County. This is an excellent opportunity to gain experience in crew management and land stewardship responsibilities, as well as develop leadership and organizational skills. The Restoration Intern - Crew Chief will be expected to work effectively with the Restoration Intern - Assistant Crew Chief to balance crew management in the field and administrative duties.   The commitment is a full-time, 40-hours per week, Monday – Friday 7am-3pm, seasonal paid position that runs from May through December. The Restoration Intern - Crew Chief must also be extremely flexible with scheduling as field work is subject to change daily to hourly due to weather, work adjustments and crew needs. It is preferred but not required that the Restoration Intern - Crew Chief has reliable transportation to and from work sites. The Restoration Intern - Crew Chief will report to the Stewardship Program Associate and should commit to the full length of the program. The program is physically rigorous and challenging but offers an interesting and educational experiences to an energetic and motivated individual. The intern position is offered by under Audubon’s Wings Internship program in partnership with the FPCC and CPD.   This program offers: - Paid position with competitive compensation. - Reimbursement of mileage to and from work sites. - Uniforms, work vests and personal protective equipment (PPE) provided by Audubon. - Certifications, licenses, conference, and field seminar experience. This role is on-site and based out of Audubon Great Lakes (125 S. Wacker Dr., Suite 2125, Chicago, IL 60606). Forest Preserves District of Cook County (Powderhorn Nature Preserve, Orland Grassland, Michigan City Road Savanna, + multiple other properties), Chicago Park District (Deadstick Pond, Marian Byrnes, Big Marsh Park, and Indian Ridge Marsh Park).   Compensation: $21.50 / hour
Job ID
2024-5663
Job Category
Internships/Fellowships
State
Illinois
City
Chicago
Location : Location
US-IL-Chicago
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(1/10/2024 10:24 AM)
Audubon Florida seeks a Seasonal Rooftop Seabird Field Technician to support nesting season seabird conservation on rooftops throughout the Florida Panhandle. Rooftop nesting seabirds are primarily Least Terns but may also include Black Skimmers, and Gull-billed Terns. The Rooftop Seabird Field Technician will work in a five-county region of Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton, and Bay.   The Field Technician will help with rooftop colony conservation including fencing rooftops, finding and monitoring roof colonies, conducting emergency chick retrieval and assisting with volunteer coordination. This is a part-time seasonal position, scheduled for 25 hours a week (including some holidays and weekends), with an expected start date of April 22, 2024, tentative end date of August 18, 2024, and will be based out of the Santa Rosa County area.   Compensation: $15.00-$19.00 / hour based on experience
Job ID
2024-5586
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 2 months ago(1/12/2024 1:51 PM)
7 positions available   Positions start between May 1 and May 25 and end between August 22 and September 20, depending on site.   Audubon's Seabird Institute manages seven island research stations off the coast of Maine that support breeding colonies of Arctic, Common, Roseate, and Least Terns, Atlantic Puffins, Black Guillemots, Razorbills, Laughing Gulls, Common Eiders, Leach’s Storm-Petrels, and wading birds (study species vary by island). Work includes, but is not limited to: managing multiple concurrent seabird research projects; training and supervising Research Assistants, interns, and volunteers; creating daily work schedules; monitoring seabird populations, productivity, and growth; conducting seabird diet studies; banding and resighting birds; removing invasive vegetation; educating island visitors; conducting predator management; data entry and proofing; preparing a season report; camp maintenance; and coordinating logistics with mainland staff.   Primitive camping and working on offshore islands are required. At each island, a cabin or wall tent serves as the base of field operations, and field team members sleep in their own tents. Island field stations have limited electricity (solar panels power research needs), propane stoves, composting toilets, and no running water (rainwater is collected for washing; drinking water is brought from the mainland). Communications with the mainland are via cell or VOIP phone, depending on location, with VHF radios as back-up. Island field teams consist of 2 to 5 people (depending on island and time of year) and are led by the Island Supervisor. All field team members participate in seabird research and camp maintenance duties. For the welfare of the birds, field work is highly weather-dependent. The work week may stretch across seven days. Days can be long and weekend work may be required.   Island work schedule and daily duties are determined by the Island Supervisor, following established work plans and procedures. Daily schedules will vary based on weather (no entry into the seabird colony is permitted during inclement weather to protect the nesting terns) and time of the nesting season. Daily activities may include the following: island-wide morning bird count at 0600 hours; collection of weather data three times per day; one to two 3-hour “stints” in the observation blinds for data collection; seabird trapping and banding; productivity monitoring; trail maintenance; invasive plant removal; predator control; computer data entry; daily journal log entries; and maintenance of camp facilities.   Following a brief orientation period on the mainland (shared housing provided), field teams will spend the entire field season living on-island. Food is provided. Teams working on inshore islands (less than 2 miles from the mainland; 3 of the 7 islands) will have a small motorboat and may have the ability to go ashore for food and supplies for the field station, approximately every 2-3 weeks. On offshore islands (more than 5 miles from the mainland), food and supplies will be delivered approximately every 3 weeks. Supervisors are responsible for submitting a grocery/supply list to mainland staff prior to scheduled deliveries.   Compensation: $18.25-$19.50/hr
Job ID
2024-5590
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 2 months ago(1/8/2024 4:49 PM)
Several positions available   Positions start between May 1 and May 29 and end between August 15 and September 15, depending on site   Audubon's Seabird Institute manages seven island research stations off the coast of Maine that support breeding colonies of Arctic, Common, Roseate, and Least Terns, Atlantic Puffins, Black Guillemots, Razorbills, Laughing Gulls, Common Eiders, Leach’s Storm-Petrels, and wading birds (study species vary by island). Work includes, but is not limited to: monitoring seabird populations, productivity, and growth; conducting seabird diet studies; banding and resighting birds; removing invasive vegetation; educating island visitors; assisting with predator management; data entry and proofing; and camp maintenance.   Primitive camping and working on offshore islands are required. At each island, a cabin or wall tent serves as the base of field operations, and field team members sleep in their own tents. Island field stations have limited electricity (solar panels power research needs), propane stoves, composting toilets, and no running water (rainwater is collected for washing; drinking water is brought from the mainland). Communications with the mainland are via cell or VOIP phone, depending on location, with VHF radios as back-up. Island field teams consist of 2 to 5 people (depending on island and time of year) and are led by the Island Supervisor. All field team members participate in seabird research and camp maintenance duties. For the welfare of the birds, field work is highly weather-dependent. The work week may stretch across seven days. Days can be long and weekend work may be required.   Island work schedule and daily duties are determined by the Island Supervisor, following established work plans and procedures. Daily schedules will vary based on weather (no entry into the seabird colony is permitted during inclement weather to protect the nesting terns) and time of the nesting season. Daily activities may include the following: island-wide morning bird count at 0600 hours; collection of weather data three times per day; one to two 3-hour “stints” in the observation blinds for data collection; seabird trapping and banding; productivity monitoring; trail maintenance; invasive plant removal; predator control; computer data entry; daily journal log entries; and maintenance of camp facilities.   Following a brief orientation period on the mainland (shared housing provided), field teams will spend the entire field season living on-island. Food is provided. At inshore field sites (less than 2 miles from the mainland; 3 of the 7 islands), teams will have a small motorboat and may have the ability to go ashore for food and supplies for the field station, approximately every 2-3 weeks. On offshore islands (more than 5 miles from the mainland), food and supplies will be delivered approximately every 3 weeks.   Compensation: $15.00-$16.50/hr
Job ID
2024-5591
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 3 weeks ago(2/8/2024 3:26 PM)
Audubon Connecticut and New York is seeking two full-time Seasonal Biological Technicians to conduct forest breeding bird surveys in the Allegheny Highlands of NY and PA, and northeastern NY. The Seasonal Biological Technicians will conduct point-count and vegetation surveys in forested areas in the spring and early summer. The Technicians will also enter point-count and vegetation survey data. The positions start May 13th and could last until June 30th (dates may vary due to weather conditions). A flexible and either part-time or full-time work schedule is feasible based on candidate’s availability. Housing is not provided. Applicants will be accepted until the position is filled. This role is remote, with work occurring in Allegheny Highlands and Washington County, New York. Compensation: $18.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5638
Job Category
Science
State
New York
Location : Location
US-NY-
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(2/16/2024 11:06 AM)
The Bird Monitor is responsible for performing daily surveys of the entire work site of Port Manatee’s Inland Dredge Material Management Area (DMMA) during the nesting season while the United States Army Corps of Engineers’ (USACE) construction contractor is actively disposing working at the site. They will conduct surveys by foot and ATV so as not to disturb the nesting birds, and only in good weather conditions.   This role is based on-site at the Port Manatee DMMA and will run from February 15 – August 31.   Compensation: $21.00-$24.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5651
Job Category
Science
State
Florida
City
Tampa
Location : Location
US-FL-Tampa
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(2/14/2024 6:07 PM)
The Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary & Audubon Center (TRSAC) in Oyster Bay, NY is the first Audubon Songbird Sanctuary in the U.S. established in 1923. The land was gifted by the Roosevelt family to honor President Theodore Roosevelt, who is buried next door a Youngs Memorial Cemetery. The TRSAC recently completed a $3 million renovation of the grounds, gardens, and center, opening the brand-new Wood Thrush Education and Visitor Center in May 2023. The TRSAC is 14 acres of wooded trails, including a large native demonstration garden.   The center and grounds are open year-round, attracting nature-enthusiasts from near and far. Being a part of the Audubon team means making a difference for birds and conservation. The Seasonal Center Assistant position is a part-time, seasonal position assisting with essential day-to-day center functions and visitor engagement. The Seasonal Center Assistant supports the TRSAC by ensuring all visitors are engaged, animal ambassadors cared for, and the building is running smoothly. The Seasonal Center Assistant will work 15 hours per week April 15, 2024 through September 15, 2024, and must provide their own transportation to the center. This role is on-site based out of our Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary & Audubon Center (TRSAC) in Oyster Bay, NY.   Compensation: $17.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5620
Job Category
Office/Support Services
State
New York
City
Oyster Bay
Location : Location
US-NY-Oyster Bay
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(1/9/2024 12:02 PM)
Coastal Mississippi’s beaches are a popular destination for tourists, fishermen, and beachgoers. Several species of birds (including Least Terns, Black Skimmers, and Snowy Plovers) nest on these beaches, creating the potential for disturbance by recreational users. We are seeking two (2) Seasonal Coastal Bird Technicians to help buffer beach-nesting birds against the threats of human disturbance, offer outreach and education to visitors, and survey and monitor nesting areas. The program will have a strong bird monitoring component, which will involve surveying coastal areas, resighting banded birds, counting breeding colonies, as well as tracking nests, chicks, and their fates. Supervised by the Senior Coordinator of Field Operations, the Seasonal Coastal Bird Technician will have opportunities to intimately monitor and protect charismatic beach-nesting bird species as well as gain skills in outreach and education. We will hire two full-time seasonal position based in coastal Mississippi (Jackson, Harrison, or Hancock County). The position will start on 3 April 2024 and terminate in early August (~20 weeks). Occasional weekend and holiday work will be required, including Independence Day. Shared housing will be provided. A valid driver’s license and reliable personal vehicle are required (mileage will be reimbursed at the current federal rate).   Compensation: $15.00-17.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5594
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(1/3/2024 9:19 AM)
The Seasonal Coastal Outreach Internship is a great opportunity to learn how to help reduce disturbances to beach-nesting and migratory shorebirds. Audubon New York launched the “Be a Good Egg” outreach campaign in 2013. We use education, social marketing, and citizen science to decrease human threats to shorebirds and seabirds. We target areas where human disturbance has been a threat to beach-nesting birds and/or there is a need for a reduction in human disturbance and/or stronger community support for beach protection measures. We host on-the-beach outreach events to educate beach-goers and encourage them to sign a pledge to share the shore with beach-nesting birds. We also host community engagement events, such as tern shelter building, string fencing installation days, and beach clean-ups.   The outreach intern will work with the Outreach Technician to learn about on-the-beach outreach events and how to act as a liaison between birds and beach-goers. They will also learn about the stewardship and monitoring of breeding Piping Plovers, Least Terns, and American Oystercatcher. The Outreach Intern will be required to assist in hosting Be a Good Egg outreach events, talk to beach-goers about beach-nesting bird conservation, walk long distances (up to 5 miles) on sandy and rocky beaches, and carry and use equipment (i.e. binoculars, outreach event supplies, post pounders, fence posts). The intern will write an article about their learning experience with Audubon New York’s Long Island Coast program. This article will be published in our newsletter in the fall.   This position is temporary, part-time, and scheduled for 15 hours per week for 6 weeks.   This role is on-site at the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary and Center in Oyster Bay, NY.   Compensation: $16.00 / hour
Job ID
2023-5571
Job Category
Community Relations/Outreach
State
New York
City
Oyster Bay
Location : Location
US-NY-Oyster Bay
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(1/23/2024 3:51 PM)
Audubon Delta’s program in Mississippi is a comprehensive conservation and research program that promotes the safeguarding of coastal birds and their habitats through volunteer-driven, community science and outreach, and strategic partnerships with federal, state, and local agencies, local academic institutions, and community organizations.   We are seeking four enthusiastic individuals to serve as Seasonal Coastal Stewards for Harrison, Hancock, and Jackson counties. Supervised by the Stewardship Manager, the Coastal Steward will work with program staff and Audubon volunteers during the breeding season (May – end of August) to help protect nesting sites from the threats of human disturbance.   This is a seasonal full-time position (up to 40 hours/week) but may occasionally be less due to the nature of the job being weather dependent; and does not offer short-term housing or benefits.   What is the length of the assignment? May 1st to August 31st or sooner, depending on when nesting ends.   Is this an onsite/remote/hybrid role? Which location? Hybrid of onsite and remote. 5107 Arthur Street, Moss Point, MS 39563   Compensation: $15.00/ hour + mileage in-between sites
Job ID
2024-5607
Job Category
Land Stewardship
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 weeks ago(2/12/2024 3:16 PM)
The Green Mountain Audubon Center in Huntington seeks enthusiastic teachers, environmental educators, and naturalists to lead our nature day camps. The 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 the Seasonal Educator position will be split into two positions a Lead Seasonal Educator and a Seasonal Educator. The Seasonal Educator position will be responsible for assisting the Lead Educators in facilitating games, activities, and lessons as well as group management. This position is excellent for someone who is interested in learning how camp works and getting practice working with children outdoors. This is an excellent next step for those who are new to the summer camp world or have been Counselors-in-Training. By the end of the summer, Seasonal Educators will have planned and lead a camp week of their own.   Seasonal Educators will be responsible for teaching outdoors all summer, learning and developing camp activities. They will be responsible for communicating and working effectively with the entire camp team, which includes other seasonal educators and lead educators, an education intern, Audubon’s year-round staff, high-school Counselors-in-Training. Seasonal Educators will help mentor 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 in 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. 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  Applicants must be over 18 years of age.    Compensation: $16.00 / hour 
Job ID
2024-5642
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 1 week ago(2/21/2024 1:45 PM)
To safely execute and help oversee Sharon Audubon Center’s Summer Nature Programs for children in K-6th grade. Each Summer Camp Counselor will be needed approximately 17 weeks over the course of the spring and summer Monday through Friday, for 7-8 hours per day. For the first 7 weeks, counselors may work a Tuesday-Saturday, 9-5 schedule.   Compensation: $17.00-$20.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5646
Job Category
Education/Teaching
State
Connecticut
City
Sharon
Location : Location
US-CT-Sharon
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(2/22/2024 4:52 PM)
The Seasonal Field Biologist will be an integral part of our field efforts supporting the Working Lands Initiative at Audubon California including Tricolored Blackbird research and conservation, surveys of crops and wetlands and waterbird use of wetlands. This position will report to a Working Lands Conservation Project Manager and will work in close coordination with the Working Lands Team at Audubon CA and the Migratory Bird Conservation Partnership that includes Audubon California, The Nature Conservancy, and Point Blue Conservation Science as well as other partners.   This is a full-time, temporary, grant-funded position scheduled for 40 hours/week with potential flexibility for a 4 day x 10 hr work week. The position is expected to last from March through May, with the possibility for extension. There is the potential for housing to be provided.   Compensation: $22.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5658
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 1 month ago(1/23/2024 4:33 PM)
The Seasonal Field Biologist will be an integral part of our field efforts supporting the Working Lands Initiative at Audubon California including Tricolored Blackbird research and conservation, surveys of crops and wetlands and waterbird use of wetlands. This position will report to a Working Lands Conservation Project Manager and will work in close coordination with the Working Lands Team at Audubon CA and the Migratory Bird Conservation Partnership that includes Audubon California, The Nature Conservancy, and Point Blue Conservation Science as well as other partners.   This is a full-time, temporary, grant-funded position scheduled for 40 hours/week with potential flexibility for a 4-day x 10 hr. work week. The position is expected to last from mid-March through May, with the possibility for extension. There is the potential for housing to be provided.   This is a field-based position with variable work locations across California’s Central Valley, from Merced County to Kern County.   Compensation: $22.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5609
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 3 weeks ago(2/8/2024 3:52 PM)
The Habitat Program Technician will assist with habitat restoration and management activities on Audubon's Spring Creek Prairie, including implementing the habitat management plan on diverse habitats associated with the tallgrass prairie. The Habitat Program Technician participates in habitat & Center operations, maintenance, and management. This is a 6-month full-time assignment, planned to start in May and run through October.   This position is on-site at Spring Creek Prairie Audubon Center, Denton, Nebraska.   Compensation: $17.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5636
Job Category
Land Stewardship
State
Nebraska
City
Denton
Location : Location
US-NE-Denton
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 9:11 AM)
Audubon’s Seabird Institute is one of four pillars of National Audubon Society’s Coasts strategy. The program combines conservation science as well as education and outreach with the advocacy might of Audubon’s network to protect seabirds and the places they need. The Seabird Institute engages hundreds of visitors through its work at the Hog Island Audubon Camp.   As there is no regular boat transportation service to and from Hog Island and the mainland, the Naturalist is required to live in housing on Hog Island in order to perform the functions of this position. Audubon will provide the Naturalist with a private room with shared bathroom. 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 camp programming on a six-day/ five-night program schedule that includes early morning bird walks, day trips and evening lectures. Weekend work is required. Some weeks will not include a full schedule and full hours may not be expected all weeks. Work at other Seabird Institute facilities and programs is possible during times when camp is not in session.   Compensation: $17.50 / hour
Job ID
2024-5615
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 7 days ago(2/23/2024 12:01 PM)
We are currently hiring one Seasonal Salt Marsh Technician to work with our New York Coastal Resilience program on Long Island, NY. The field technician will work with other Audubon staff and volunteers to survey salt marsh habitat at Sunken Meadow State Park. This position will focus on conducting SHARP (Saltmarsh Habitat and Avian Research Program) surveys, habitat and rare plant surveys, and identifying potential nesting areas for salt marsh birds and diamondback terrapins, as well as other salt marsh species.   Work may include, but is not limited to: locating and monitoring Salt Marsh Sparrow, Clapper Rail, Red-Winged Blackbird, American Black Duck, and Willet nests and chicks to determine reproductive success; closely coordinating field work and schedules with partners and volunteers; interacting with beach-goers regarding coastal birds; documenting and reporting human disturbance and other issues to land managers and law enforcement officials; assist Coastal Program Manager in disturbance management and event coordination; entering and managing survey data; and, assisting with outreach and volunteer events. Outreach events may include delivering salt marsh educational programming to 8th and 9th grade students.   The candidates chosen will be able to work a variable schedule totaling ~450 hours starting in mid-March through June 30, 2024. Some weekend and holiday work may be possible. The technician may be required to use their personal vehicle to access field sites. Travel will be reimbursed.   This role is based on-site at Sunken Meadow State Park, Kings Park, New York with potential travel to Oyster Bay, Glen Cove, and Westbury.   Compensation: $18.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5660
Job Category
Science
State
New York
City
Oyster Bay
Location : Location
US-NY-Oyster Bay
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(1/4/2024 11:26 AM)
We are currently hiring two Seasonal Shorebird Field Technicians to work with our New York Coast program on Long Island, NY for the 2024 field season (late March– early August). The field technicians will work closely with other Audubon staff to reduce threats to priority coastal birds like the Piping Plover, American Oystercatcher, and Least Tern. This position will focus on conducting beach-nesting bird productivity surveys, stewarding nesting areas, surveying migrating shorebirds, and assessing the impact of human disturbance on shorebirds.   Work may include, but is not limited to: locating and monitoring Piping Plover, American Oystercatcher, and Least Tern nests and chicks to determine reproductive success; putting up and maintaining string fencing and signage around nesting areas; installing predator exclosures around Piping Plover nests; closely coordinating field work and schedules with partners and volunteers; interacting with beach-goers regarding coastal birds; documenting and reporting human disturbance and other issues to land managers and law enforcement officials; collecting human disturbance data for a region-wide shorebird disturbance study; assist Coastal Program Manager in disturbance management and event coordination; entering and managing survey data; and, assisting with outreach and volunteer events.   The technician will be required to walk long distances (up to 7 miles) on sandy and rocky beaches, carry and use equipment (i.e. binoculars, post pounders, fence posts), work independently without supervision, and talk to beach-goers about beach-nesting bird conservation. The candidates chosen will be expected to work 5 days per week (usually 35 hours). Some weekend and holiday work will be required.   The technician will be required to use their personal vehicle to access field sites that are located across Long Island. Travel will be reimbursed. Housing maybe provided.   Compensation: $17.00 / hour
Job ID
2023-5579
Job Category
Science
State
New York
City
Oyster Bay
Location : Location
US-NY-Oyster Bay
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 4:58 PM)
The Greenwich Audubon Center in Greenwich, Connecticut provides the opportunity to work in a day camp setting with children ages 5 to 11. Camp runs for seven weeks and campers spend time exploring the meadows, ponds, and forests at the Audubon Center. Summer Camp Teacher Naturalists will work with the Camp Director and Audubon Education Specialists to develop lesson plans. You will conduct daily hikes and other activities with a group of up to 15 children, while maintaining a safe, fun, and educational environment.   This position begins on June 19, 2023, and includes a week of staff training from June 19 to June 24. Summer Nature Day Camp begins on June 26 and ends on August 18. The daily work hours are 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., Monday to Friday. Each Tuesday all staff will be required to attend a staff meeting from 3:30 p.m.-4:00 p.m. (day subject to change).   Compensation: $16.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5669
Job Category
Education/Teaching
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 weeks ago(2/6/2024 11:26 AM)
Reporting to the Assistant Controller, the Senior Accountant will be part of a dynamic Finance group. The successful candidate will demonstrate excellent accounting knowledge and financial systems skills and have a track record of active participation in process improvement initiatives. The Senior Accountant will be responsible for general accounting with a focus on restricted funds, charitable gift annuities and revenue, and act as a Finance department resource for business managers and field staff across Audubon. In addition, they will be responsible for project reporting, financial systems implementation, and assist with the month-end close and annual financial audit. This is a highly visible position. We are seeking someone who is energetic, team oriented, and open to new ideas and concepts.   This is a hybrid role working out of our New York, NY office.   Compensation: $80,000-$85,000 / year
Job ID
2023-5493
Job Category
Accounting/Finance
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 2:17 PM)
The role of Senior Administrative Manager, Executive Office is a dynamic and critical position within our non-profit organization, dedicated to providing unparalleled executive support to the CEO. Seamlessly blending high level administrative support with executive office operations, this position requires a keen ability to anticipate executive needs, think critically, and offer strategic solutions with the utmost professionalism and discretion. As a trusted advisor, the Senior Administrative Manager, Executive Office collaborates on high-level projects, priorities, and initiatives, contributing to the conceptualization, framing, and innovative problem-solving of issues at the executive level. Overseeing crucial aspects of the Office of the CEO, including scheduling, travel support, email management, and document review, this role plays a central part in organizational efficiency, directly impacting the effectiveness of the CEO and the overall success of the Executive Office.   The ideal candidate for this detail-oriented and innovative position will excel in orchestrating complex activities, maintaining a seamless workflow, and contributing to the strategic vision of the organization. Reporting to the Chief of Staff, the Senior Administrative Manager, Executive Office is based in Washington, DC, with an expectation of on-site presence on days when the CEO and Chief of Staff are in the office. 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.   Compensation: $110,000-$120,000 / year
Job ID
2024-5625
Job Category
Executive/Senior Management
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(1/11/2024 11:42 AM)
Audubon South Carolina's mission is to protect birds and the places they need. For more than 40 years, Audubon South Carolina has achieved this mission through land protection and restoration, education, outreach, and advocacy.   In South Carolina, Audubon owns and operates two centers and sanctuaries, the largest of which is at the Audubon Center at Francis Beidler Forest in Harleyville. At this location, Audubon protects and manages over 18,000 acres of land in the Four Holes Swamp watershed. The crown jewel of this sanctuary is the 1,800 acres of virgin, cypress-tupelo swamp, the largest habitat of its kind left in the world.   While functioning as a sanctuary for birds and other wildlife, Beidler Forest is also a hub for education and conservation. At the Beidler Forest visitor center, a 1.75-mile ADA-compliant boardwalk takes guests on self-guided tours of the swamp. Many guided tours are also available, including bird walks, night walks, and canoe trips.   Reporting to the Center Manager, the Senior Assistant, Guest Relations will function as an ambassador for Audubon and add capacity at our visitor center, helping check-in guests, answer phone calls, maintain our interpretive exhibits and gift shop, and assist with upkeep of the center and boardwalk. In addition, this position may be asked to lead guided tours, as well as assist in training and scheduling volunteers. This role is onsite based out of Audubon South Carolina – Center & Sanctuary at Beidler Forest in Harleyville, SC. This is a full-time, 32 hours a week position.   Compensation: $17.00-$19.00 / hour
Job ID
2023-5576
Job Category
Education/Teaching
State
South Carolina
City
Harleyville
Location : Location
US-SC-Harleyville
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(1/25/2024 9:36 AM)
The Senior Associate, HRIS and Payroll will assist with the delivery of payroll for the National Audubon Society, for a multi-state and international workforce of 700+ full-time, part-time, and seasonal employees. The Senior Associate will work under supervision of the Senior Manager, HRIS and will perform a variety of functions with People & Culture, Legal, and Finance. The Senior Associate will be responsible for ensuring accuracy of time entry and resolution of errors. This position will partner with internal and external teams and be the first point of contact with our payroll managed services provider. This position also provides support of the Human Resources Information System and relative interfaces that includes but is not limited to researching and resolving matters while monitoring data to ensure compliance, quality, and accuracy.   Preference for hybrid candidates in Washington, DC. Hybrid candidates in New York, NY and remote candidates will also be considered.   Compensation: Salary range based on geo-differentials: - $56,000-$66,000/year = National - $65,000-$75,000/year = Alaska, CA (not San Francisco), Connecticut, D.C., Chicago, Oyster Bay, NY - $74,000-$84,000/year = NYC (not Oyster Bay), San Francisco, Seattle
Job ID
2024-5612
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 4 weeks ago(2/5/2024 9:02 AM)
The Senior Center Assistant will provide high-quality administrative support to Audubon’s Pascagoula River Audubon Center (PRAC). Specifically, they will be responsible for managing the reception desk and greeting visitors, answering phones, completing sales for the gift shop, restocking items, maintaining cleanliness, and handling equipment rentals. They will also provide administrative support during center events and rentals, occasionally working independently as the only staff person at the center. They will also support educational programming by completing check-ins, taking program fees, and providing information to program participants when they are at the center.   This position is a part-time, 25 hours per week, non-exempt position based out of Pascagoula River Audubon Center in Moss Point and reporting to the Center Director, PRAC. The schedule will typically be Tuesday – Friday, 12pm-4pm and Saturdays from 9am-1pm. Hours may shift or additional hours may be assigned to accommodate events during non-standard hours.   Compensation: $17.00-$18.50 / hour
Job ID
2024-5614
Job Category
Office/Support Services
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 weeks ago(2/7/2024 9:08 AM)
Reporting to the Director of Strategic Operations, the Senior Center Manager is an important leader representing The Pascagoula River Audubon Center (PRAC) as a premiere Conservation Impact Center for Audubon Delta and an integral part of National Audubon’s 32 centers nationwide. The ideal candidate will be a visionary thinker who can bring new programming opportunities to promote a healthy and sustainable world for birds and the places they live at the local, regional, and hemispheric levels. In partnership with the Audubon Delta senior leadership team and community stakeholders, the Senior Center Manager will incorporate core Audubon strategies into PRAC programming and conservation efforts. To this end, they will manage daily operations, exhibits and interpretation, expansion of educational programming, and engaging the community in methods to address these conservation issues for birds within their geography.   Staff supervision and expansion will also be a critical component of center management, along with implementation of equity, diversity, inclusion, and belonging (EDIB) initiatives. In partnership with the Director of Strategic Operations, the Senior Center Manager is responsible for sound fiscal management of center operations. Under the guidance of the development staff, they will aid in cultivating and maintaining relationships with current donors while identifying and expanding new funding and revenue opportunities including, but not limited to grants and special fundraising events.   Compensation: $70,000-$80,000 / year
Job ID
2024-5634
Job Category
Program/Project Management
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 4 months ago(11/14/2023 9:16 AM)
Reporting to Coastal Program Manager and based at the state office in Charleston, SC, the Senior Coordinator, Coastal Stewardship will be part of Audubon South Carolina’s conservation team and will be responsible for leading its robust coastal volunteer program that covers the entire SC coastline. Main duties include coordinating volunteers, monitoring coastal bird sites, and interacting with the boating and beachgoing public to prevent disturbance to resting and nesting coastal birds.   Compensation: $43,000 - $50,000 / year
Job ID
2023-5529
Job Category
Community Relations/Outreach
State
South Carolina
City
Charleston
Location : Location
US-SC-Charleston
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(2/16/2024 11:03 AM)
The Senior Coordinator, Data and Technology supports the development and maintenance of data and technology infrastructure, products, tools and processes that enable data-driven approaches to delivering our mission for hemispheric level bird conservation. This role primarily provides administrative and other project coordination and communications support to the National Audubon Society Data teams, including Data Analytics, Data Engineering, Data Strategy/Strategic Data Products, and Enterprise GIS. A successful candidate will have comfort and familiarity with technical subject matter, as well as strengths in project management and communication among technical and non-technical stakeholders. This position reports to the Vice President of Data and Technology within the Audubon Technology team.   This is a hybrid position for candidates who are in NYC or Washington, DC. We will also consider remote candidates within the United States.   Interested candidates should attach a cover letter to be considered for this opportunity.   Examples of initiatives that the position will support are: - Track and report the scale and depth of Audubon’s hemispheric conservation efforts; share results and insights to support internal program management and external storytelling about our work and impact. - Develop and deploy data and technology solutions to grow and deepen our engagement with millions of supporters, bird lovers and activists across the hemisphere, online and offline. - Collaborate with teams across Audubon to identify and act on opportunities to improve the quality, integrity and utility of our data and tools, and to collect and utilize data in new, innovative ways to achieve our ambitious goals. Compensation: Salary range based on geo-differentials: - $65,000-$75,000/year = National - $75,000-$85,000/year = Alaska, CA (not San Francisco), Connecticut, D.C., Chicago, Oyster Bay, NY - $85,000-$95,000/year = NYC (not Oyster Bay), San Francisco, Seattle
Job ID
2024-5645
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 2 months ago(1/5/2024 8:44 AM)
Reporting to the Center Director, this position is responsible for creating and implementing the Habitat Management Plan and executing habitat restoration and management activities on the 2600 acres at Pine Island Sanctuary and Center.   This role will coordinate and execute all day-to-day onsite field operations and management with maintenance of equipment, grounds, and buildings. The Senior Coordinator will use their ability to work independently and think critically. The position requires strong organizational skills, and knowledge of North Carolina’s native ecological communities to meet stewardship, management, and operational goals and priorities. Furthermore, knowledge and skills in built infrastructure (buildings, etc.) management is required. This position is in-person at Audubon North Carolina – Pine Island Sanctuary and Center, Monday through Friday. Core hours are 9:00 am to 5:00 pm weekdays, with significant evening and weekend work required.   Compensation: $45,000 - $52,000/ year
Job ID
2023-5543
Job Category
Facilities/Property Maintenance
State
North Carolina
City
Corolla
Location : Location
US-NC-Corolla
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 13 hours ago(2/29/2024 3:51 PM)
With a century of conservation history, the National Audubon Society works to protect birds and the places they need, today and tomorrow.   This position is a member of Audubon’s Mid-Atlantic Regional team and is located at the Discovery Center. The Discovery Center was formed and operates as a collaboration among Audubon and The Philadelphia Outward Bound School and the Strawberry Mansion Community. Opening in 2018, The Discovery Center is in East Fairmount Park, adjacent to the Strawberry Mansion reservoir, an important stop on the Atlantic flyway for migratory birds and an Important Bird Area (IBA).   The Senior Coordinator will play a lead role in the development and execution of public environmental action programs at the Discovery Center. The Senior Coordinator will also be responsible for leading a paid high school internship program. Audubon co-manages this program with the Philadelphia Outward Bound School. It provides students with lessons in environmental science, exposure to outdoor leadership skill-building, experiences in on-the-ground conservation work and information about environmental and outdoor experience career paths.   All of the Discovery Center programs support Audubon Mid-Atlantic’s work to address the impact that climate change and habitat loss have had on birds and people and to create resilient ecosystems where birds thrive and all people have access to nature and a voice in environmental stewardship. At the Discovery Center, Audubon staff collaborate with conservation and policy colleagues to create environmental programming focused on the impact of climate change on Philadelphia and solutions that mitigate that impact, including natural climate solutions such as healthy riparian buffers, biodiverse green space, native plants, renewable energy and bird-safe buildings. Public programs also introduce families and adults to local birds, bird migration and birding. Public programming takes place on evenings and weekends, with more activities from April through October.   Additionally, the Senior Coordinator will work with the Public Programs Manager and other Audubon staff to build on-site experiences that welcome first-time visitors, encourage repeat visitors, and forge new partnerships with other organizations. The Senior Coordinate will also co-facilitate the Community Engagement Committee with Philadelphia Outward Bound staff; this committee consists of local residents who provide programming feedback and ideas and facilitate outreach to neighboring communities. The candidate must be a strategic thinker who is skilled at building internal and external partnerships, has good judgement and is an effective written and verbal communicator.   Compensation: $50,000-$55,000 / year
Job ID
2024-5675
Job Category
Education/Teaching
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 4 months ago(11/3/2023 9:02 AM)
The Iain Nicolson Audubon Center is located at Audubon’s Rowe Sanctuary, approximately 20 minutes east of Kearney, NE. The mission of the Iain Nicolson Audubon Center at Rowe Sanctuary is to conserve and restore the Platte River ecosystem, focusing on cranes, other wildlife, their habitats, and the earth's biological diversity. The nearly 3000-acre sanctuary is located along the Platte River south of Gibbon, Nebraska. Rowe Sanctuary is critical to Audubon’s education and conservation initiatives in Nebraska and throughout the Platte River Basin and Great Plains. The Sanctuary welcomes thousands of visitors annually through the annual crane migration and existing education and outreach programs. Visitation and crane season programming is supported by several hundred volunteers, some of whom reside seasonally at Rowe each migration season. Volunteers also assist with other education and outreach efforts and conservation program tasks throughout the remainder of the year. The Sanctuary is well positioned to expand and diversify its current volunteer network, visitation, facility event rental program, educational programming, and outreach onsite and in communities throughout south-central Nebraska.   This is an on-site position based at the Audubon Iain Nicholson Center at Rowe Sanctuary.   Reporting to the Education Manager, the Senior Coordinator, Volunteers & Education leads the development, implementation, and maintenance of a robust and diverse volunteer program, supporting the annual crane migration, visitor engagement, outreach and education, operations, and Rowe’s conservation program. They will manage volunteer recruitment, retention, and ensure that volunteer opportunities reach non-traditional audiences and reflect Audubon’s EDIB values. They will manage, organize, and implement all volunteer training and enrichment programs throughout the year, including pre-crane season annual training.   Compensation:  $43,000 – $50,000 / year
Job ID
2023-5520
Job Category
Education/Teaching
State
Nebraska
City
Gibbon
Location : Location
US-NE-Gibbon
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(9/27/2023 4:13 PM)
The Senior Director, Conservation Funding and Partnerships leads development and implementation of Audubon’s strategy to build and deepen partnerships with new, existing, and emerging state, federal, and multi-national public agencies to influence and/or implement impactful, high-priority projects across the organization’s priority geographies.   The Senior Director works across departments and at times lead cross-organizational teams to identify, develop, and drive innovative public partnerships and funding investments in Audubon’s conservation work across the Americas. Under the Senior Director’s leadership, Audubon aspires to more than double public partnerships, cooperative agreements and opportunities to implement transformational public funding through Audubon-delivered conservation projects over the next five years as part of Flight Plan, its new strategic plan.   The Senior Director will use their entrepreneurial and visionary leader capabilities to develop strong partnerships with colleagues across the organization and focus teams on the most impactful opportunities for public funding investment. They will work to leverage established relationships with government agencies and foundations distributing public funding and will secure public funding partnerships for large-scale projects that involve multiple partners and community stakeholders.   The Senior Director reports to the Deputy Chief Conservation Officer and will also receive guidance from the Development team.   Compensation: Salary range based on geo-differentials: $150,000-$160,000/year=National $160,000-$170,000/year=Alaska, CA (not San Francisco), Connecticut, D.C., Chicago, Oyster Bay, NY $170,000-$180,000/year=NYC (not Oyster Bay), San Francisco, Seattle
Job ID
2023-5483
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 months ago(11/21/2023 12:04 PM)
The Senior Director, Internal Communications is responsible for leading internal communications strategy for the National Audubon Society. They will be responsible for developing and executing a comprehensive internal communications program to inform, encourage, and support staff engagement and commitment to our mission. They will also be point on internal crisis communications for the organization.   As a thought leader at Audubon, the Senior Director, Internal Communications will partner with staff across the organization, including the People and Culture team and leadership team. They will lead a comprehensive, coordinated communications and messaging plan to ensure staff are connected, informed, and engaged.   This person will report to the VP, Communications and will supervise one communication team member and agency partners in comprehensive internal message planning and strategies that advance Audubon's priority initiatives and strengthen organizational culture.   Compensation: Salary range based on geo-differentials: - $150,000-$165,000= Alaska, CA (not San Francisco), Connecticut, D.C., Chicago, Oyster Bay,NY - $165,000-$180,000= NYC, San Francisco, Seattle
Job ID
2023-5531
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 4 weeks ago(2/2/2024 9:28 AM)
As second in command, the Senior Director for Strategic Operations will partner with the Executive Director to provide overall strategic and operational leadership for Audubon Florida (AFL), a state office of the National Audubon Society. They will play an instrumental role in overseeing the operations of AFL’s centers and science center, while representing AFL in South Florida with decision makers, donors, and dignitaries, especially in South Florida.   Audubon Florida is the National Audubon Society’s largest state program by staff and budget, and Florida’s oldest statewide conservation nonprofit. Known as a fair broker of science-based common-sense solutions, Audubon is a respected thought leader in the conservation community on issues affecting water, wildlife, habitat, and climate. Our staff of nearly 100 researchers, resource managers, educators, policy experts, and operational staff are distributed among our operational headquarters in Miami, policy headquarters in Tallahassee, Everglades Science Center in the Florida Keys, 13,000-acre Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary in Naples, Center for Birds of Prey in Orlando, as well as remote locations around the state.   Compensation: $125,000-$140,000 / year
Job ID
2024-5623
Job Category
Executive/Senior Management
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(2/6/2024 4:45 PM)
Founded in 1983, the Randall Davey Audubon Center & Sanctuary (RDAC) is a non-profit education center and wildlife sanctuary and the New Mexico State Office of the National Audubon Society. Located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, RDAC encompasses 135 acres of striking landscapes and wildlife. Bounded by thousands of acres of National Forest and Santa Fe River Watershed land, the Center & Sanctuary provides a peaceful sanctuary for plants, animals, and our visitors. Ranging from common to rare, approximately 130 species of birds can be found in or over the various ecosystems of this sanctuary.   The Senior Facilities Assistant is responsible for maintenance of the buildings, grounds, equipment, and vehicles at the RDAC. This position will collaborate with staff on facilities use and planning, manage and improve the site for wildlife with Center Director and volunteers and organize and oversee all work projects in an efficient, safe and productive manner that may involve RDAC volunteers with specific tasks as it relates to the operations of the Center specifically gardening, building and grounds upkeep, trails maintenance and other tasks. The Senior Facilities Assistant will regularly interact with diverse populations of visitors from around the world.   This is an on-site position based in Audubon Southwest – State Office Randall Davey Center & Sanctuary, with a regular schedule of Tuesday through Saturday from 8am – 4pm 40hrs per week.   Compensation: $17.50 - $19.50 / hour
Job ID
2024-5627
Job Category
Facilities/Property Maintenance
State
New Mexico
City
Santa Fe
Location : Location
US-NM-Santa Fe
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 7 months ago(8/7/2023 11:09 AM)
The Farm Sr. Assistant will support the Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm in a wide variety of tasks and responsibilities including animal care, grounds, and facilities care.   Compensation: $16.00-$18.00 / hour
Job ID
2023-5443
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
www.audubon.org
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 6 months ago(8/31/2023 5:19 PM)
Reporting to the Senior Director, Conservation, Senior Manager will be responsible for delivering Audubon’s Coastal Stewardship program across the central Gulf Coast region (Louisiana and Mississippi) and for managing Paul J. Rainey Wildlife Sanctuary a 26,000-acre refuge owned by the National Audubon Society in Vermilion Parish, Louisiana.   Coastal Stewardship Program The coastal stewardship program includes monitoring and stewardship of coastal birds during the breeding and non-breeding seasons, engagement of volunteers and community leaders, and delivery of education and outreach activities and frameworks. The Senior Manager will be responsible for building a cohesive and sustainable team that is representative of the region, resourcing and managing the program’s budgets and associated grants, and collaborating across national and regional departments to ensure that the coastal stewardship program is fully integrated into Audubon’s local and national strategies and assets. This includes collaborating closely with the region’s centers and sanctuaries, finance and operations, and conservation and policy teams.   Paul J. Rainey Wildlife Sanctuary Established in 1924, Rainey Sanctuary is Audubon’s oldest and largest sanctuary. The property includes not only saltwater marshland and ponds, but beach and bay-shore. Accessible only by boat, the Rainey sanctuary provides habitat for over 200 species of birds including endangered piping plovers and more recently, whooping cranes. Coyotes, bobcats, otters, and muskrats also call Rainey home. The Senior Manager will be responsible for overseeing the sanctuary team, resourcing, and managing the sanctuary’s budgets and associated grants, integrating the sanctuary and costal stewardship work into a cohesive coastal program, and aligning sanctuary work with local and national strategies.   The position will be located remotely near Moss Point, MS or in New Orleans, LA. They will be responsible for managing a team of full-time, part-time, and seasonal staff.   Compensation: $75,000 / year
Job ID
2023-5457
Job Category
Program/Project Management
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 weeks ago(2/14/2024 3:00 PM)
We are seeking a highly skilled and motivated Senior Manager, IT Security Operations to join our team. As the Senior Manager, IT Security Operations, you will play a crucial role in safeguarding our organization’s assets, ensuring the integrity and confidentiality of sensitive information, and maintaining the overall security posture of our systems and networks.   This is a remote or hybrid position with preference for hybrid candidates in Washington, DC, but we will also consider hybrid candidates in New York, NY and remote candidates elsewhere in the United States.   Compensation: Salary range based on geo-differentials: - $98,000-$113,000/year = National - $110,000-$125,000/year = Alaska, CA (not San Francisco), Connecticut, D.C., Chicago, Oyster Bay, NY - $125,000-$140,000/year = NYC (not Oyster Bay), San Francisco, Seattle
Job ID
2024-5639
Job Category
Information Technology
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 3 months ago(11/21/2023 9:03 AM)
The Senior Manager, Transmission Initiative, will be part of a team implementing Audubon’s Transmission Initiative through federal, state, grid operator, and local renewable energy planning processes, siting and permitting policies, and priority transmission projects. The emphasis of this work will be on the Non-CAISO, Intermountain West: Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Wyoming, Montana, Oregon, and Washington. By leading engagement with transmission developers, relevant electric grid decision-makers, advocates, and stakeholders working to modernize and expand the Western interconnection, the Senior Manager will represent Audubon’s transmission interests in the region.   Reporting to the Senior Director, Climate Strategy, who leads the Audubon Transmission Initiative, the Senior Manager will join a growing Audubon Climate team. This position will help ensure the timely build-out of climate-friendly transmission projects that are appropriately sited and operated to minimize conflicts with birds and other wildlife, working closely with Audubon staff, consultants, chapter members, industry, government agencies, and other partners.   Compensation: Salary range based on geo-differentials: - $85,000-$95,000= National - $95,000-$105,000= Alaska, CA (not San Francisco), Connecticut, D.C., Chicago, Oyster Bay,NY - $100,000-$110,000= NYC, San Francisco, Seattle
Job ID
2023-5532
Job Category
Advocacy/Public Policy/Government Relations
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 1 month ago(1/31/2024 9:04 AM)
Provides basic support to end users on a variety of issues. Identifies, researches, and resolves technical problems. Responds to telephone calls, email and requests for technical support. Documents, tracks and monitors problems to ensure timely resolution. Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job. Escalates complex issues as appropriate. Reports to the Help Desk Supervisor. The Service Technician I is expected to have primary responsibility for IT support at the Washington D.C. HQ and be available a minimum of 3 days a week on-site.   Compensation: $25.00-$30.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5602
Job Category
Information Technology
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(12/20/2023 11:55 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 located in the southern portion of Pinellas County, Florida. Sites requiring stewardship and monitoring will include Fort De Soto County Park and Shell Key Preserve. Nesting species may include American Oystercatcher, Wilson’s Plover, Snowy Plover, Least Tern, and Black Skimmer. 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 40 hours per week to include weekend days and the following holidays: Memorial Day, Independence Day, and Labor Day, if nesting persists until the latter holiday. The position start date is anticipated to begin on March 18, 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 the southern portion of Pinellas County, Florida.   Compensation: $15.00 / hour
Job ID
2023-5565
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(2/6/2024 9:02 AM)
Audubon Florida supports management of beach-nesting birds at many locations in St. Johns County by surveying, posting, stewarding, and protecting nesting areas from disturbance. To better protect nesting shorebirds Audubon is hiring a seasonal Shorebird Steward to work within St. Johns County. The primary responsibilities of the Shorebird Steward are to steward shorebird colonies at Anastasia State Park, Fort Matanzas National Monument, Julia’s Island, and other sites as needed and to organize volunteers to help with this work. Stewarding involves a variety of actions including the observation 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 full-time, 40-hour-per-week seasonal position focused on weekends and holidays, including Memorial Day and Independence Day. The position will begin 04/10/2024 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
2024-5631
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 8:40 AM)
In partnership with the Town of Stratford, the WildLife Guard Crew Leader will be responsible for the direct supervision, training, and execution of Audubon Connecticut’s youth employment program.   This position focuses on management efforts taking place in the Great Meadows Marsh and on Long Beach, both in Stratford, CT. As one of 10 units of the Stewart B. McKinney National Wildlife Refuge, this approximately 700-acre Globally Important Bird Area is one of the largest mostly un-ditched salt marsh in CT. Since fall 2021, there has been a massive restoration effort underway, which aims to control invasive plant species, improve tidal flow, and create habitat that is beneficial to a host of plants and animals. Long Beach is a priority mainland nesting areas in the state for federally threatened Piping Plover, state threatened Least Tern, and state threatened American Oystercatcher. The property is also popular with anglers and local residents. Crew Leaders (2) will supervise a team of eight local high school students, participating in the Wildlife Guards Program. The program trains, mentors, and employs local youth to monitor nesting shorebirds, restore habitat, and engage visitors, families, and friends about the project areas and their wildlife.   This is a seasonal, part-time position (20-30 hrs/wk, depending on time of year) starting April 15th and going through August 23th. Note: Audubon staff will provide one to two weeks of paid training to crew leaders at the beginning of the WildLife Guards Program.   Compensation: $18.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5640
Job Category
Science
State
Connecticut
City
Stratford
Location : Location
US-CT-Stratford
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 4:53 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. The Summer Camp Coordinator will work with the Camp Director and Audubon Education Specialists to develop lesson plans. You will conduct daily hikes and other activities with a group of up to 15 children, while maintaining a safe, fun, and educational environment. The Camp Coordinator is also responsible for making sure all camper records are kept up to date, creating rosters for camp organization, and for handling any first aid and medical situations that arise from camp activities.   This position begins on June 17, 2024, and includes a week of staff training from June 19 to June 24. Summer Nature Day Camp begins on July 8 and ends on August 23. The daily work hours are 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., Monday to Friday. Each Tuesday all staff will be required to attend a staff meeting from 3:30 p.m.-4:00 p.m. (day subject to change)   The National Audubon Society is dedicated to building a culturally diverse organization and strongly encourages applications from people of color and women.   Compensation: $19.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5671
Job Category
Education/Teaching
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 2 weeks ago(2/14/2024 1:44 PM)
To safely execute Sharon Audubon Center’s Summer Nature Programs for children in K-6th grade, along with the Seasonal Educator and other Seasonal Camp Counselors. Each Summer Camp Counselor will be needed approximately 11-12 weeks over the course of the summer (early June through mid-August) Monday through Friday, for an estimated 7-8 hours per day.   Compensation: $16.00 / hour, plus possible housing, if needed.
Job ID
2024-5647
Job Category
Education/Teaching
State
Connecticut
City
Sharon
Location : Location
US-CT-Sharon
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 2:08 PM)
The purpose of the summer camp educators will be to assist in the development and implementation of summer camp programs conducted by Audubon Southwest and the Randall Davey Audubon Center. The educators will be supervised directly by the Summer Camp Director at the Randall Davey Audubon Center in Santa Fe. We will hire a total of 4 educators. There will also be the opportunity to work with community groups and other public programs on occasion. These positions are classified as full-time, seasonal, and paid at a rate of $15-17 per hour depending on experience. Typical hours will be either 8:00am-4:00pm or 9:00am-5:00pm, Monday through Friday. Training start date is May 28, 2024, with camp programs running June 3rd -July 26th. The projected end date is August 1, 2024. This is an in-person position and does not have flexible hours.   Applications must be submitted through Audubon’s online job portal, including a resume and short introduction/cover letter describing why you are a qualified candidate for the position. Candidates should apply by April 1st for best consideration.   This position is an on-site position located at the Randall Davey Audubon Center in Santa Fe, NM.   Compensation: $15.00-$17.00 / hour
Job ID
2024-5648
Job Category
Education/Teaching
State
New Mexico
City
Santa Fe
Location : Location
US-NM-Santa Fe
Job Post Information* : External Company Name
National Audubon Society
Job Post Information* : External Company URL
www.audubon.org