The National Wildlife Federation’s South Central Regional Center in Austin, Texas seeks an Outreach Manager to help advance the goals of the Texas Living Waters Project. Texas Living Waters is an NWF-led coalition effort to improve the state’s management and use of water to ensure that sufficient fresh water is available to support abundant fish and wildlife along with thriving communities and a robust economy. The Outreach Manager’s primary responsibility will be to cultivate, engage, and mobilize a wide range of partners and allies to support the strategic goals and aims of the Project. Areas of focus for those goals include water conservation, freshwater inflows, and the use of nature-based defenses and green infrastructure for flood mitigation. For a full job description and application instructions, visit recruiting.ultipro.com.
Texas Campaign for the Environment is in need of passionate new voices to develop lobbying strength on environmental issues in Houston. TCE is the largest environmental nonprofit in Texas, and the only one with a state-wide presence.
The Organizer will be held to high expectations of performance with weekly and monthly goals for various organizing activities, including:
- Grassroots neighborhood canvassing
- Membership recruitment, fundraising and letter-writing campaigns
- Community outreach and coalition-building
- Identifying voters and volunteers
- Planning and participating in demonstrations and political actions
- Testifying at public hearings and events
For full time employees after 90-days.
- Medical and dental insurance coverage
- Paid vacation, paid sick days and paid holidays
- Rapid advancement and management training
- Opportunities for travel throughout Texas and the U.S., including national and regional conferences
- Two weeks paid vacation per year, paid holidays and sick days.
- Full-time: Monday through Friday, 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.
- Part-time positions available (minimum 3 weekdays; hours are still 2 p.m.-10 p.m.)
Pay is 425$ per week.
For more information and to apply, visit texasenvironment.org.
The Galveston Bay Foundation is seeking two full-time seasonal field technicians to conduct and promote habitat management and restoration activities on conserved lands throughout the Galveston Bay watershed. GBF protects more than 8,000 acres and is looking for dedicated students, recent graduates, or other interested applicants to assist with conservation management and restoration activities. The position will provide training, supervision, and direct feedback from experienced GBF staff as well as career development opportunities to improve prospects for future employment in the conservation field. GBF is looking to fill two positions for 15 weeks, beginning August 26 through December 13, 2019.
For a detailed job description, including duties, qualifications, requirements, and compensation, visit galvbay.org. To apply, e-mail a letter of inquiry stating your interest in the position and resume to [email protected] by July 26. Please reference the position title in the subject line.