Environmental Jobs

Chasing Coral Campaign Intern

As we prepare to launch our fall programming, with a focus on outreach to the US southeast and Colorado, we are on the hunt for interns who can expand the capacity of our small team by supporting and coordinating elements of what’s happening with the campaign.

Institutional Relations Director

River Network seeks an experienced and highly organized professional to join our dynamic and geographically dispersed team. The Institutional Relations Director oversees River Network’s institutional relations and investment portfolio (foundations, corporations, and government or public funding sources), including grant research, writing, submission, and reporting. The Institutional Relations Director has lead responsibility for establishing and meeting or exceeding River Network’s institutional revenue goals, helping us grow to $3.5M in foundation grants and $1.6M in corporate funding over the next five years. This role is highly collaborative in nature, working with a wide range of River Network staff to brainstorm alignment between our current work and aspirations (see our current strategic plan) and investor priorities, develop compelling proposals, establish budgets with oversight from finance, and report on progress against deliverables associated with each grant. They are also responsible for identifying and approaching new prospects to fund our work in collaboration with other staff. We are looking for a smart, energetic, organized, and determined leader with a growth mindset, experience germane to designing and executing resource development strategies, a proven ability to excite interest and investment, and a drive to continually engage with institutional partners in person and by phone, email, and other means.

Job Announcement: Deputy Director for Water Planning , Healthy Rivers Program

WRA seeks a passionate Deputy Director for Water Planning with deep knowledge of western water management issues to lead our advocacy efforts to implement sustainable water management policies, including water conservation/efficiency, alternative water supplies, and integrated planning processes.
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Sr. Accountant

The Senior Accountant manages the day-to-day financial accounting, budgeting, and reporting related to NEHA memberships, grants, and contracts. Daily tasks involve confirming bank balances and recording transactions. Monthly duties include preparing all entries and items noted on the close checklist, which includes journal entries, reconciliations, and updating grant spreadsheets. The Senior Accountant will also review bank reconciliations, accounts receivable, accounts payable, and payroll. The Senior Account must make decisions quickly under pressure, assume independent responsibility, possess high energy and creativity, and use sound judgment.

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