The Galveston Bay Foundation is seeking one temporary, full-time field technician 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. GBF staff will provide training, supervision, and direct feedback throughout the term of employment. Additionally, the position will provide career development skills to improve prospects for future employment in the conservation field. GBF is looking to fill one position for 15 weeks, from September 1 through December 18, 2020 (not including Thanksgiving week). 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, references, and resume to [email protected] by August 14, 2020. Please reference the position title in the subject line.
The Galveston Bay Foundation is seeking an Advocacy Programs Manager to lead its efforts in executing diverse programs that engage community members as active participants in the health of Galveston Bay. The position manages important advocacy and outreach programs and campaigns, particularly those aimed at evaluating the health of Galveston Bay and ensuring Galveston Bay waters are fishable and swimmable. The position is heavily focused on water quality initiatives aimed at reducing fecal bacteria from both point and non-point sources. The Advocacy Manager must maintain broad, current knowledge of the water quality issues of Galveston Bay to inform and guide the direction of programs and be poised to respond to immediate and acute threats to Galveston Bay’s water health, including man-made and natural disasters. As a leader on GBF’s Advocacy and Outreach team, the Manager helps plan and guide programming, administers grant funding, and oversees community engagement staff. For a full job description, including duties and qualifications, please visit galvbay.org. To apply, email resume and cover letter to [email protected] by Friday, November 8, 2019, and reference the position title in the subject line.
The Galveston Bay Foundation is seeking an enthusiastic outdoor educator to serve on an as-needed basis, aiding our Environmental Education Team in delivering GBF’s youth environmental education programs. The goal of these programs is to instill knowledge and appreciation of the Galveston Bay ecosystem, inspire participants to break down barriers and open themselves up to new experiences, and empower students to become life-long advocates for a resilient Galveston Bay. Selected educator will have an opportunity to choose from a list of multiple dates during the school year. Most dates require a full day commitment during the work week, and hours will vary depending on scheduled events. Educators can expect to work 10-30 hours/week during the fall and spring months and less during the winter months. View the full job description at galvbay.org. To apply, email resume and cover letter to [email protected] by October 1, 2019.