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The National Wildlife Federation's state and territorial affiliates form the backbone of the Federation. Our 52 affiliate partners are leaders on state and local conservation efforts, employing dedicated conservationists who are making real strides in protecting our natural resources. Explore the opportunities below to work for an affiliate organization and join the Federation family.

Arizona Wildlife Federation


Development Director

Arizona

The Arizona Wildlife Federation (AWF) seeks an energetic Development Director to lead and diversify fundraising efforts in order to increase overall impact on the conservation of Arizona wildlife, habitat and public lands. The AWF Development Director will lead AWF’s fundraising efforts with focus on annual giving and major and planned gifts. This is a new position for AWF, and the Development Director will both design and execute the development strategy. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Development Director must have an established background in developing and executing nonprofit donation strategies.

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Delaware Nature Society


Communications and Outreach Coordinator

Ashland Nature Center, Hockessin, Delaware

The Communications and Outreach Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating a statewide, grassroots, outreach campaign focused on building public support for clean water, conservation and open space funding, increased watershed protections, and protecting the environment, while engaging a variety of diverse communities. The Coordinator will work with the Campaign’s Clean Water Alliance staff to educate people on important clean water and environmental issues in Delaware, and mobilize them to take action.

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Environment Council of Rhode Island


Administrator, part-time

Rhode Island

The Environment Council of Rhode Island (ECRI) is seeking a part-time administrator (15 hours/ week) to manage its day-to-day operations and communication functions remotely, working from home. The administrator works with the executive committee and members to implement ECRI's equity-based strategic plan; manages internal and external communications; manages organizational finances; supports and implements fundraising activities and manages annual membership renewals; serves as the lead ambassador for the organization and manages coalition relationships; and supports board committees, including attending meetings of the executive and policy committees, and works closely with ECRI’s president.

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New Jersey Audubon


Director - Coalition for the Delaware River Watershed

Trenton, New Jersey

The Director - Coalition for the Delaware River Watershed (Coalition) (www.delriverwatershed.org) will be responsible for overseeing all Coalition activities, including developing and enhancing member relations, advancing the Coalition’s conservation agenda, and raising awareness of the Delaware River Watershed to its 170+ member organizations, media, and policymakers. The Director will also work closely with the Vice President of Government Relations to advance the Coalition’s priorities and New Jersey Audubon’s (NJA) conservation agenda.

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Stewardship Technician – Level 1 (Invasive Plants)

Center for Research & Education, Cape May Court House, NJ

The Stewardship Technician – Level 1 (Invasive Plants) will work collaboratively with New Jersey Audubon staff and partners, and in consultation with the Stewardship Project Director, to implement on-the-ground conservation projects for both public and private landowners in Southern New Jersey. The position’s primary responsibilities will focus on implementation of invasive plant management in Cape May County along with other stewardship activities in Southern New Jersey. Additional responsibilities include assisting in other stewardship activities such as grassland, pollinator habitat, and riparian buffer installation, wetland restoration, forest stewardship activities, and promotion and implementation of agricultural practices in the Delaware River Watershed that reduce ecological impacts and provide ecological benefits.

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Stewardship Technician – Level 1 (Agriculture)

Center for Research & Education, Cape May Court House, NJ

The Stewardship Technician – Level 1 (Agriculture) will work collaboratively with New Jersey Audubon staff and partners, and in consultation with the Stewardship Project Director, to implement on-the-ground conservation projects for both public and private landowners in Southern New Jersey. The position’s primary responsibilities will focus on implementation of agricultural best management practices and working land for wildlife projects in the Delaware River Watershed that reduce ecological impacts and provide ecological benefits. Additional responsibilities include assisting in other stewardship activities such as grassland, pollinator habitat, and riparian buffer installation, wetland restoration, and forest stewardship activities and invasive plant management activities.

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Southeast Alaska Conservation Council


Development and Outreach Associate

Juneau, Alaska

The Development and Outreach Associate works closely with SEACC’s Deputy Director to coordinate and implement SEACC’s Development Plan and ensure SEACC reaches its membership goals. The Development and Outreach Associate is also lead on general membership, SEACC’s database, online giving, outreach and community engagement in coordination with program teams, and events planning and logistics. This includes managing digital outreach tools such as NationBuilder, WPGive, New/Mode, and SimpleTexting.

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More than one-third of U.S. fish and wildlife species are at risk of extinction in the coming decades. We're on the ground in seven regions across the country, collaborating with 52 state and territory affiliates to reverse the crisis and ensure wildlife thrive.

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