Here you will find job opportunities shared by some of our partners and supporters. If you would like to post your job, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we would be happy to help!
Communication & Engagement Manager, The Stewardship Network
This position promotes The Stewardship Network’s programs and services, enhances the Network’s visibility and branding, reaches a wide variety of audiences, and drives donor support for the organization. The Communication & Engagement Manager (CEM) is responsible for creating a broad range of public relations and digital marketing activities that supports the strategic direction and positioning of the organization. This individual will develop relationships with key partners, including our member communities. Within the Network, the CEM sets the appropriate tone for a“communications culture” and ensures the quality of the Network’s varied and integrated marketing and communications activities including: brand building, campaign management, print publications, photo and video production, digital media (website, E- news and other online communications and social media), traditional media and public relations.
Send cover letter, resume, writing sample, and three professional references to email@example.com with Communication and Engagement Manager in the subject line. All applications must be submitted by midnight on Friday, October 1st.
Program Coordinator, River Raisin Institute (WLECCC)
Position Summary The Program Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and administering the Institute’s programs, which may include, planning, developing and implementing the program activity. The Program Coordinator works to ensure that the RRI vision and mission are carried out effectively, efficiently, consistently and collaboratively in all aspects of programming. Working with the Executive Director, who has primary responsibility for the overall administration of the Institute, the Program Coordinator will develop, plan, coordinate and implement programs and activities in the following areas.
Restoration Associate Crew Member, The Nature Conservancy (Tecumseh, MI)
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YOUR POSITION WITH TNC
The Restoration Associate Crew Member performs and participates in preserve operations, maintenance and management. The crew member will be part of a restoration crew (1 crew leader & 3 members) that travels across Michigan conducting maintenance, restoration, management, and monitoring of Conservancy preserves and partners lands. The Nature Conservancy in Michigan owns and manages more than 30 preserves encompassing more than 55,000 acres. This position is based out of Tecumseh, MI.
The Restoration Associate Crew Member helps maintain preserves in areas that are remote and off limits to the public or preserves that are frequented by the visiting public and performs land management activities. They will manage natural resources, remove invasive/exotic species using mechanical and/or chemical methods, and conduct species monitoring. They may assist in prescribed burns and operate/maintain tools and equipment. The Restoration Associate will use GPS and geographic information systems (GIS) to identify, record and map non-native, invasive species. They will use and maintain equipment, power tools, vehicles, trailers and GPS units. They will be able to navigate natural areas with map and compass. The Restoration Associate will maintain preserve records using a database on a Windows PC.
This position requires frequent travel throughout Michigan. Travel accommodations will be provided by The Nature Conservancy. Due to current TNC guidelines concerning COVID-19, housing may be available for these positions for the duration of this position. When traveling to maintain preserves in the upper peninsula they may be required to camp during the work week. This is a full time, temporary position starting as soon as possible with a duration of 12 months. The hourly rate for this position is $17/hour.
Seasonal Invasive Species Technician, Lake St. Clair Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (LSC CISMA)
Overview: The Seasonal Technician position will be responsible for implementation of invasive species monitoring, treatment, training CISMA partners, landowner outreach, and other education efforts. The technician will be trained in common invasive species identifications, as well as Watch List species identification to increase early detection, rapid response capacity. A strong willingness to learn, work cooperatively with stakeholders, work independently, and educate the general public is necessary. The Seasonal Technician is an employee of Six Rivers Land Conservancy. The Technician will also report to the LSC CISMA, as projects permit. The LSC CISMA is a partnership in Macomb and St. Clair counties working to cooperatively manage invasive species. This partnership includes over 20 local, county, state, and federal governments, and non-profit organizations.
Reduce/Reuse Volunteer, The Stewardship Network
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The Stewardship Network is seeking a volunteer in the Ann Arbor, Michigan area to help out with our Giving Gloves program. Corporate partners donate lightly used gloves that are perfect for outdoor work, and we clean and distribute them throughout The Stewardship Network. In addition to protecting fellow stewards out in the field, this program diverts hundreds of pounds of waste from landfills! We need an extra set of hands to help launder and sort used gloves so that they can go out to The Network clean and ready to use. You can contribute to the cause by washing gloves from home or take them to a laundromat (reach out to us to discuss reimbursement).
Open to one-time volunteers or those interested in continuously working for The Stewardship Network