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Associate Director of Public Programs
Wild Earth
See the linked document.
Link: https://d21hwc2yj2s6ok.cloudfront.net/assets/uploads/414384/asset/Associate-Director-of-Public-Programs_Updated.pdf?1685564896
Gulf Coast Program Manager
Eco Rise
EcoRise mobilizes a new generation of leaders to design healthy, just, and thriving communities for all. We work at the intersection of sustainability education, climate resilience, and environmental justice by elevating youth voices and advancing student-led solutions to real-world challenges. We offer a range of curricula and programs for students, teachers, school districts, and partners, designed to advance environmental literacy, sustainable schools, and equitable access to green career pathways.



EcoRise seeks a self-motivated, highly organized, adaptable, and innovative individual with K-12 classroom-based experience for the full-time position of Program Manager. The Program Manager will support and grow our teacher-facing programs in multiple states along the Gulf Coast, including but not limited to Texas, Louisiana, and Florida. The Program Manager will be responsible for teacher outreach and engagement, customized instructional support, professional development design and facilitation, the administration of Eco-Audit Grants to support student-designed sustainability projects, and hosting student innovation showcases. The Program Manager will report to the Director of School Programs and must be based in one of the states listed above.
Link: https://ecorise.careerplug.com/jobs/2024646/apps/new
Executive Director
The Fund for People in Parks
Location: This is a remote work position, with a preference for Southern or Northern California.
30 hours/week, exempt
$75-90,000 with medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 401K, and generous leave
The Fund for People in Parks seeks an Executive Director to lead the organization in raising private funds to provide grants that help complete projects that enhance the visitor experience in western National Parks. The Executive Director works closely with an Advisory Committee, National Park Service leaders, and private donors to identify, help develop, fund, and facilitate completion of high-impact projects.

The successful candidate will possess:

Experience making a compelling case for project support and articulating funding needs.
Familiarity with public lands management, particularly as it relates to partnerships.
The ability to work productively and flexibly with public agencies, non-profit organizations, and a team of staff and volunteers.
This is a remote work position with a preference for Southern or Northern California due to the location of advisors, donors, and parks. Business travel within the western region of the National Parks may be frequent (6-10 trips/year).

The Fund for People in Parks is a fiscally sponsored 501(c)(3) project of Community Initiatives.

Applicants should submit a letter expressing interest and a résumé to searchcommittee@peopleinparks.org. Priority review deadline is July 15, 2023. Applications will remain open until a suitable candidate is found. Start date is negotiable, ideally between October - December 2023. A full position description can be found at peopleinparks.org.
Link: https://d21hwc2yj2s6ok.cloudfront.net/assets/uploads/402168/asset/Executive_Director_Position_Description_FINAL.pdf?1685124180
Director of Horticulture
Olbrich Botanical Gardens
This is professional and supervisory work in directing and coordinating the horticultural functions of the outdoor gardens, greenhouses, and Bolz Conservatory. The work requires considerable horticultural expertise, staff supervision, and related administrative skills. Work involves serving on the leadership team, long-term planning, leading educational offerings at Olbrich Gardens and elsewhere, coordinating special events in the garden, and developing related operational policies and procedures. This position plays a key role and support for the promotion of the garden through all forms of media. The work is performed under the general direction of the Olbrich Botanical Garden Director.
Link: https://www.olbrich.org/careers
Director of Guest Experiences
Olbrich Botanical Gardens

The Director of Guest Experience will play an integral role in ensuring that Olbrich Botanical Gardens is a place where all feel welcomed to visit and volunteer. This will be done by focusing on inclusivity; improved guest experiences; implementation of new programs to improve accessibility (physical and financial); efficient and effective business, guest, and garden operations; and enhanced environmental sustainability practices.

This is responsible supervisory and professional work in development, planning, and management of guest and volunteer services at Olbrich Botanical Gardens within the City Parks Division. This position involves promoting the goals and objectives of Olbrich Botanical Garden; interfacing with 340,000 plus annual guests, members of the tourism industry, community representatives, rental clients, and volunteers to ensure the Gardens are a place for all to visit and enjoy. The work involves creating, organizing, implementing, overseeing, and leading new (or continuing) guest services, volunteer program, facility rentals, tram tours, and retail gift shop operation. This work, under the general supervision of the Garden Director, is characterized by independent judgment and discretion in planning for and directing guest services consistent with established programmatic objectives and applicable Parks Division policies.
Link: https://www.olbrich.org/careers
Health and Nature Liaison - Gulf Coast Region
Texas Children in Nature Network
Texas Children in Nature Network is looking for three contract “health and nature liaisons” to engage communities to create more equitable access and connection to nature to improve health outcomes. They will report to TCiNN’s Executive Director and collaborate with TCiNN’s Regional Leaders and partner organizations.



Texas Children in Nature Network (TCiNN) is working to ensure equitable access and connection to nature for all children in Texas. We are a large network of organizations across Texas that includes educators, health care providers, nature, and conservation professionals to get more kids out into nature more often. This position will help build capacity in Texas and help TCiNN achieve the goals of its 2021 - 2024 strategic plan.



This program is part of a federal grant from the CDC to address health disparities in Texas. Through the grant TCiNN will collaborate with the Texas Department of State Health Services, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, and AgriLife as well as other local health agencies to address health inequities in Texas communities by increasing their access to nature.



There is a significant body of evidence that children who spend time in nature each week enjoy significant physical, emotional and cognitive benefits. TCiNN will direct the work of three

Community Health and Nature Liaisons to engage community leaders, along with TCiNN Partners, to identify and address the barriers to participating in outdoor play and learning.



The Health and Nature Liaison will be responsible for promoting the health benefits of time outside with local health departments, school administrators and teachers, and community members. They will identify community leaders and build partnerships and alliances to elevate the use of time in nature as a health strategy.
Link: https://www.texaschildreninnature.org/about-us/work-with-us/health-and-nature-liaison-gulf-coast-region
Development Specialist
Re:wild Your Campus
Re:wild Your Campus is a women-led organization that envisions a toxin-free world fueled by student action. We work on college campuses to protect students’ and groundskeepers’ health, foster biodiversity, and promote climate resilience by empowering the next generation of youth leaders. Our team is seeking confident, highly diligent candidates with relevant experience for the role of Development Specialist to start in mid-June 2023. This individual will join a small, tight-knit team and will be responsible for expanding our funding base and ensuring long-term sustainability of the organization. This candidate will also have the opportunity to engage more directly with students by helping to plan and implement Re:wild Your Campus’s Ground Up Advocacy Bootcamp, an online training for emerging leaders on environmental justice, pesticides, and movement building.
Link: https://www.rewild.org/careers
Coordinator, School & Community Programs
Oakland Zoo
The School and Community Programs Coordinator supports education programming aimed at TK- 12 and community audiences. This person is responsible for coordinating access to programming between internal and external audiences and collaborating to create and deliver the best possible science and conservation-focused programming. They also support the development and stewardship of relationships with community-based organizations, school districts, and educational institutions. 
Link: https://www.oaklandzoo.org/employment/school-and-community-programs-coordinator
Coordinator, Internships & Teen Programs
Oakland Zoo
The Internships and Teen Programs Coordinator supports education programming aimed at grades 8-12 and community audiences. This person coordinates access to programming between internal and external audiences and collaborates to create and deliver high-quality science and conservation-focused programming. They support the development and maintenance of the Zoo’s teen internship program, including coordinating with school sites, developing meaningful internship programs at the Zoo, and supervising youth. This position also helps to support existing teen programs alongside the Teen Programs Manager.
Link: https://www.oaklandzoo.org/employment/coordinator-internships-and-teen-programs
Landscape Architect or Landscape Designer
City of Austin - Parks and Recreation Department
The purpose of the position for the Landscape Designer or Landscape Architect I under general direction, is to supervise and perform landscape architectural activities, including planning, designing, and developing parks, recreational areas and green spaces. This position closes 6/25/23.
Link: https://www.austincityjobs.org/postings/109369
Division Manager for Architectural Development (Project Management Supervisor)
City of Austin - Parks and Recreation Department
The purpose of this Project Management Supervisor position is to lead the Architectural Development Division that is responsible for project management and delivery of architectural capital improvement projects, including historic preservation and restoration projects. Position closes 6/30.
Link: https://www.austincityjobs.org/postings/109458
Interpretation Exhibit Member – San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park (Part Time)
American Conservation Experience
Summary
American Conservation Experience (ACE), a nonprofit conservation organization, in partnership with the National Park Service (NPS), is seeking THREE Interpretation Exhibit Members to contribute to the administration of the cultural resource education and preservation at San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park alongside NPS staff.

For the full position description and to apply, please visit: https://usaconservation.applicantpool.com/jobs/985142.html

For more information about ACE, please visit: www.usaconservation.org.

Start Date: August 2023 (flexible for the right candidate)

Estimated End Date: May 2024 (or 48 weeks from start date)

*a 48-week minimum commitment is required *

Please note that this position is part-time ~20 hours per week.
Link: https://usaconservation.applicantpool.com/jobs/985142.html
Health and Nature Liaison
Texas Children in Nature Networ
This program is part of a federal grant from the CDC to address health disparities in Texas. Through the grant TCiNN will collaborate with the Texas Department of State Health Services, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, and AgriLife as well as other local health agencies to address health inequities in Texas communities by increasing their access to nature.
Community Health and Nature Liaisons to engage community leaders, along with TCiNN Partners, to identify and address the barriers to participating in outdoor play and learning.
The Health and Nature Liaison will be responsible for promoting the health benefits of time outside with local health departments, school administrators and teachers, and community members. They will identify community leaders and build partnerships and alliances to elevate the use of time in nature as a health strategy.
Health and Nature Liaison Responsibilities:
· Work with state Health and Nature partners to identify communities most impacted by public health concerns, including COVID-19, and engage with the community members to explore and document why their community was so impacted
· Collaborate with TCiNN Regional Leaders and community members to identify core barriers to access and connection to nature and seek solutions to eliminate those barriers
· Promote the value of time in nature to local health departments and community members and promote the use of Park Prescriptions by local health professionals
· Support Regional Collaborative members and help lead their regular meetings with regular updates on health and nature initiatives
· Attend monthly meetings with Health and Nature partnership members
· Produce resources for partners regarding health and nature equity, including best practices that can be replicated across the state

Link: https://www.texaschildreninnature.org/about-us/work-with-us/health-and-nature-liaison-gulf-coast-region
Landscape Architect
City of Boulder Parks and Recreation
See link below

Link: https://bouldercolorado.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/External/job/Landscape-Architect_JR2372
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