NatureBridge provides environmental science education experiences for more than 30,000 students and their teachers every year in the world’s best classrooms: our National Parks. Our mission is to connect young people to the science and wonder of the natural world, igniting self-discovery, and inspiring stewardship of the planet.
The Director of Operations is responsible for successful execution of all program logistics and exceptional customer service at our scenic Olympic Campus.
The Executive Director leads and inspires Climate Generation’s staff, Board of Directors, and stakeholders to advance our mission while upholding and promoting our guiding principles. The Exeuctive Director will ensure that our organization continues its journey to becoming an anti-racist organization that develops and advances equitable climate solutions.
We are looking for a creative, responsible, and articulate professional who can help coordinate the multiple tasks and responsibilities of running the organization. Our ideal candidate is already familiar with and supports the mission of the EcoVillage at Ithaca, has project management or coordination experience, and is excited about being part of a small but dynamic team, including Board members, student interns, and volunteers working together to effect change.
The Kruckeberg Botanic Garden Foundation is looking to hire an Executive Director to manage the day-to-day operations of the Garden and property. This will include supervision of garden and educational program staff. The ED develops goals aligned with a strategic plan that requires fundraising for operational funds. The ED will be the face of the Garden with the community, donors, and key partners such as the City of Shoreline, as well as local nonprofits and horticultural organizations.
Founded in 1968 by concerned Oregonians across the state, the Oregon Environmental Council (OEC) is a membership-based, nonpartisan nonprofit. OEC is the first multi-issue, statewide environmental group in Oregon. Look at any “green” idea that put Oregon on the map over the last 50 years—the Bottle Bill, landmark land-use planning laws, curbside recycling—and you’ll find that OEC was integrally involved as a key collaborator behind these critical protections. OEC advocates for impactful, lasting solutions that get at the source of Oregon’s environmental problems and have real benefits for people’s health and quality of life.
CNPS is seeking an innovative and strategic thinker, who is passionate about conservation, to serve as the organization’s Executive Director (ED) and as a leader in California’s conservation community. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director (ED) serves as the lead executive of the organization, responsible for operating CNPS in alignment with the organization’s strategic goals, vision, and values.
EarthEcho International has an immediate opening for a Curriculum and Professional Development Director to develop ocean and environmental education resources for formal teaching and informal, self-directed learning by youth. We are seeking a self-directed leader with expertise developing high-quality learning materials both for youth to directly access virtually and for the instructor-led environment.
A full-time position to oversee the Escondido Creek Conservancy’s environmental education initiatives and programs for children and adults in the Escondido Creek watershed region, located in San Diego County, California.
This critical leadership position advances the goal of building environmental literacy in public school systems throughout the Washington, DC region. The GreenKids Director supervises all aspects of the Audubon Naturalist Society's environmental education programming in partnership with Pre-K to grade 12 schools.
Are you an experienced and passionate teacher ready to make an impact on the nature education of young learners? Johnsonburg Camp and Retreat Center is looking for a Nature Preschool Director/Lead Teacher who will develop a new Nature Preschool in line with the vision of the Board of Trustees. The Nature Preschool Director will set up the business, marketing, physical space, program and curriculum for children between 3-6 years old, utilizing 300 acres of forest, meadow and lake as a classroom.
We are seeking a highly motivated, energetic and experienced professional to serve on our leadership team. The Assistant Director oversees the day-to-day operations of our 232-acre nature center. This position supervises approximately six full time staff to ensure efficient operations in support of our mission and our strategic plan. The Assistant Director also takes an active role in development and grants management.
If you are an outstanding and creative educator with a passion for expanding the boundaries of the learning experience well beyond the classroom environment, and someone with a commitment to engaging diverse learners at all levels with life enriching opportunities, we are looking for you! Your expertise and interests would be well suited to drive the educational programming at the Conservancy for CVNP in its effort to further reveal the beauty and riches of this 33,000 acre National Park.
The Vice President of Education (VPE) collaborates with team members to create a comprehensive strategy and management of the educational goals and impacts as a result of The Cibolo’s education and community programs.
The Oregon Forest Resources Institute (OFRI or the “Agency”) is seeking an experienced leader to serve as the Executive Director. OFRI was created by the Oregon Legislature in 1991, and the organization is funded by a portion of the state forest products harvest tax. The Oregon Forest Resources Institute supports and enhances Oregon’s forest products industry by advancing public understanding of forests, forest management and forest products.
As part of MSU Extension (MSUE) and the Community, Food and Environment Institute (CFEI), the leader of the MSU Tollgate Farm and Education Center will work as the Tollgate Director and will provide on-site leadership for a full/seasonal team of almost forty (40) individuals delivering nationally recognized place-based education from a 160-acre historic university owned/leased farm property located in Novi, Michigan.
Reporting to the Senior Director of Roots & Shoots, the Director, Roots & Shoots Partnerships cultivates and manages key relationships with informal education organizations, including zoos, aquariums, gardens, museums, universities, after school networks, and more. With a focus on key markets across the U.S., the Director has primary responsibility for identifying strategically advantageous partnerships with like-minded organizations, cultivating and formalizing mutually beneficial partnerships with those organizations, and supporting them for maximum and mutual benefit.
The Director of Operations (DO) leads all aspects of Yosemite campus operations for our residential Environmental Science programs. The DO is responsible for successful execution of all program logistics and exceptional customer service. The job involves overseeing onsite operations in multiple campus locations within Yosemite National Park.
Oak Creek Watershed Council (OCWC) is hiring an Executive Director to manage its day-to-day operations. Through exceptional leadership skills, the Executive Director will oversee field staff, manage grants, field work, reporting requirements, and organizational relationships. OCWC is a nonprofit dedicated to preserving the health and integrity of Oak Creek in northern Arizona. We leverage stewardship, science, education, and the power of volunteers to protect its flowing waters. Join us!