Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Environmental Jobs XVI

For your Tuesday focused programming we bring you our 16th edition of jobs and intern opportunities with environmental groups.

Alaska Wilderness LeagueAnnual Giving Manager – DC-based

Alice Ferguson FoundationDirector of Institutional Development (scroll to find) – Accokeek, MD

Amazon Conservation Association

American Farmland Trust
American ForestsInterns (scroll to find) – recruiting for Fall 2018 & Winter/Spring terms

American RiversProgram Assistant, Executive Office

Association of Fish & Wildlife AgenciesAgriculture Policy Program Manager (pdf) – apply by June 29

Appalachian VoicesTN Community Outreach Associate Steward – offered per Americorps/VISTA program – one-year term, starting late-Aug. 2018 – Knoxville, TN – apply by July 30

Audubon Society – New York
Blue Green AllianceCalifornia Policy Organizer – Sacramento or San Francisco, CA

Center for Biological DiversityDevelopment Associate – Tucson, AZ – apply by July 8

Center for International Environmental LawInterns (scroll to find)

Chesapeake Bay Foundation – Annapolis, MD
CLASPAssociate, Clean Energy Access – search managed by California Environmental Associates

Climate InstituteInterns

Conservation International

Cumberland River Compact/Root NashvilleCampaign Manager – Nashville, TN – apply by June 30

Defenders of Wildlife
Ducks Unlimited (scroll to find)
Earth Day Network
Environment America
Environmental Council of the StatesIntern & Law Clerk, Fall 2018 (scroll to find)

Environmental & Energy Study InstituteInterns, Fall 2018

Environmental Defense Fund
Environmental Protection Agency Government Information Specialist – $68k-$126k – apply by June 27

Environmental Working Group

Food & Water Watch
Friends of the EarthDigital Advocacy Communications Coordinator

Green AmericaFood Campaigns Manager (scroll to find) – $42k-$47k

Greenpeace – DC or Oakland, CA
Jane Goodall InstituteInterns (scroll to find)

League of Conservation VotersChispa National Director –bilingual in English & Spanish preferred – apply by July 16

National Association of Conservation Districts
Interns (scroll to find)

National Council for Science & the EnvironmentGlobal Science Diplomacy Fellow (pdf) – July 2018-June 2020 term – apply by June 29 – see also main career page

National Fish & Wildlife FoundationManager, Chesapeake Program (scroll to find)

National Geographic SocietyCoordinator, Impact Media

National Park Foundation – see also main career page
National Parks Conservation Association (scroll to find)
National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition
National Wildlife Federation
National Wild Turkey Federation
Natural Resources Defense Council
Nature Conservancy
Ocean Conservancy
Pacific Forest Trust – San Francisco, CA
Rails-to-Trails ConservancyPublic Policy Intern

Resources for the Future
Communications Specialist – see also main career page

Sierra Club
Solar Energy Industries AssociationInterns, Fall 2018 – see also main career page

Southern Environmental Law Center – Charlottesville, Va.
Trout UnlimitedAdmin & HR Associate

Trust for Public LandDirector, 10-Minute Walk Campaign – DC or New York

Union of Concerned Scientists
VerraCommunications Manager (pdf)

Water Environment FederationSenior Manager, Publishing (scroll to find)

Wilderness SocietyGovernment Relations Intern and Communications & Social Media Intern – see also main career page 

World Resources Institute
World Wildlife Fund

1 comment:

Gordon said...

Intellectual Property Owners Association Education Foundation - Integrated Communications Manager

The Integrated Communications Manager will be responsible for day-to-day implementation of IPO(EF) media relations strategy and content development to ensure accurate, consistent, and effective messaging. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

--Advancing the IPO(EF) brand and related topics through integrated marketing function
--Developing and executing social platform engagement strategy, content, and processes
--Managing outside consultants and agency partners in the implementation of social media and media relations-driven campaigns
--Monitoring traditional and digital news media
--Developing content for IPO(EF)’s key audiences across channels
--Responding to media inquiries and building relationships with media
--Social community management, listening and reporting

The ideal candidate will be comfortable shaping thought leadership within IPO(EF)’s communications strategy. He/She should easily employ various digital and social platforms to execute IPO(EF) content strategies for varied audiences on respective platforms. Working knowledge of the relationship between planned social media, community engagement, and direct response is required. Experience with tracking, reporting, and optimizing social media engagement is necessary. Experience with paid social plan implementation desired.


--5-7 years of professional experience in communications, PR, and digital media
--Strong project management skills
--Excellent writing and analytical skills
--Proficiency in social media and online communities
--Working knowledge of Google AdWords, Facebook Ads, Twitter, and email campaigns
--Knowledge of social media content analytics
--Experience in managing media inquiries
--Marketing or graphic design experience a plus

EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree, preferably in communications, marketing, journalism, or a related field

TO APPLY: Please submit resume and cover letter to foundation@ipo.org

About IPO and IPOEF

Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO), established in 1972, is a 501(c)6 trade association for owners of patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets. IPO serves all intellectual property owners in all industries and all fields of technology. IPO advocates for effective and affordable IP ownership rights and provides a wide array of services to members, including: supporting member interests relating to legislative and international issues; analyzing current IP issues; information and educational services; and disseminating information to the general public on the importance of intellectual property rights.

IPO has a related 501(c)3 foundation, the IPO Education Foundation (IPOEF). The Foundation is devoted to educational and charitable activities designed to promote the value of intellectual property rights. IPO and the Foundation share the same office location and IPO staff also support the Foundation.