The Brownsville History Intern will be responsible for researching and developing the African American history associated with the Brownsville Preserve, the headquarters for The Nature Conservancy’s Volgenau Virginia Coast Reserve. This position will provide a more inclusive history of the preserve that can be shared with the public to provide a different connection and perspective to people and nature.
The Nature Conservancy seeks an invasive species communications coordinator for its Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program (APIPP). The position is located in Keene Valley, NY, and requires work throughout New York’s six-million-acre Adirondack Park. The coordinator leads the development and implementation of an annual communications plan, organizes APIPP’s annual education calendar and provides training on invasive species awareness, and serves as a resource for events held by partners.
The Conservation Education Assistant (CEA) participates in education, outreach, stewardship and operations programs, interacts frequently with visitors and helps maintain preserve areas frequented by the public at Brownsville Preserve, Nassawadox, VA.
The Aquatic Restoration Manager advances the priorities and successes of the Maine Chapter’s Freshwater and Climate Adaptation Programs by scaling up river and stream restoration projects statewide and beyond. They support aquatic, nature-based, climate solutions, by leveraging strategic partnerships, collaborations, decision-support technologies, and funding in priority communities and watersheds statewide.
The Volunteer and Community Engagement manager will help grow the next generation of conservation leaders by building reciprocal and inclusive relationships with partners and communities. They will lead and run a community engagement program primarily serving Black, Indigenous, People of Color and those who have been historically excluded from the outdoors and Nature Conservancy preserves. They will also manage our active volunteer pool.
Become a force for nature and a healthy planet by joining The Nature Conservancy in Maine’s team! This position will play an essential role in the success of a team that is passionate, dedicated, and multi-faceted. We are looking for a capable individual who will be responsible for performing multiple business functions related to TNC in Maine’s mission including contract management, lease payments, and supporting the conservation and science team in planning and execution of our projects.
The Development Coordinator works on a variety of activities in support of The Nature Conservancy in Maine’s fundraising and donor stewardship activities. They are primarily responsible for recording gifts and pledges in the database, ensuring accuracy and donor intent, sending thank you letters, and tracking against a variety of metrics and goals.