Green Job of the Day: Online Social Media Manager (Santa Monica, CA)

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Job: Online Social Media Manager
Organization: Gobal Green USA
Location: Santa Monica, CA

An excerpt of the job announcement follows below. You can review the complete job announcement here.

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The Online Social Media Manager will be a full-time position, responsible for overseeing the creation and ongoing management of a centralized online department at GGUSA. This position will report to Director of Communications, and will lead our effort to shape the organizations online communications, and advocacy. Core responsibilities include working with the organization as a whole to develop and execute a comprehensive strategic online plan. 

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Green Job of the Day: Communications Director, Save The Bay (San Francisco, CA)

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Job: Communications Director
Organization: Save The Bay
Location: San Francisco, CA 

An excerpt of the job announcement follows below. You can review the complete job announcement here.

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As the Bay’s leading champion for 50 years, Save The Bay is the largest regional organization working exclusively to protect and restore San Francisco Bay for people and wildlife.

We are looking for a highly organized and detail oriented Bookkeeper to join our team. The ideal candidate has well rounded knowledge and experience in the following areas: accounts payable, payroll processing, cash management and preparation of monthly financial statements in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. The Bookkeeper is also responsible for managing employee benefit plans. This is a full time, non exempt position reporting to the Finance and Administration Manager.

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Green Job of the Day: Director of Finance and Administration, Tuolumne River Trust (San Francisco, CA)

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Job: Director of Finance and Administration
Organization: Tuolumne River Trust
Location: San Francisco, CA 

An excerpt of the job announcement follows below. You can review the complete job announcement here.

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The Tuolumne River Trust is currently seeking a Director of Finance and Administration.  This is a great opportunity to join a motivated team working to promote the stewardship of the Tuolumne River and its tributaries. The successful candidate will run the finance, accounting and administrative operations for the Tuolumne River Trust – with eleven staff and an annual budget of approximately 1m. This person will maintain effective accounting and finance operations, prepare organizational and program budgets, ensure that appropriate policies, procedures, and internal controls are maintained to safeguard our organization with strong financial management. 

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Green Job of the Day: Executive Director, Green America (Washington, DC)

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Job: Executive Director
Organization: Green America
Location: Washington, DC

An excerpt of the job announcement follows below. More information is available here.

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To celebrate our 30th anniversary and raise the bar for the next 30 years, we're expanding our senior team with a new executive director position.  This new person will join our visionary senior executive team, including Alisa Gravitz, President/CEO; Denise Hamler, Green Business Director, and Russ Gaskin, Strategic Programs Director.  

We are looking for an accomplished social entrepreneur, visionary leader and scale-builder, ready to take on her/his next big project, bringing these skills to the table: 

* Passion for building the green economy

* Strategic thinking for building scale, and a proven track record for taking an organization to the next level

* Revenue builder with demonstrated ability to energize donors and foundations, garner new funders and develop new business models and sources of revenue

* Technology and social media leadership

* Experience with creating deep partnerships and building broad alliances

* Strong collaborative management skills for leading a participatory staff and movement building

Our ideal candidate is a recognized thought-leader in sustainability issues, with a deep set of strategies, relationships and connections that can help grow Green America to the next level to meet its next set of audacious goals.  S/he would have already doubled or quintupled the size of a for-profit or non-profit organization.  S/he may have already launched, grown and sold a major business, and be ready to give back to society by steering a major social-change organization and movement to achieve system-changing green economy goals.

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Green Job of the Day: Chief Operating Officer, Water.org (Kansas City, MO)

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Job: Chief Operating Officer
Organization: Water.org
Location: Kansas City, MO

An excerpt of the job announcement follows below. The complete job announcement is available here.

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Co-founded by Gary White and Matt Damon in 2009, Water.org represents the coming together of two organizations – WaterPartners International and H2O Africa, with combined history spanning 25 years. Together, these founding organizations have impacted more than 1.1 million lives in Africa, South Asia, and Latin America.

Water.org is a global nonprofit working to ensure safe water and basic sanitation for everyone in the world. The organization goes beyond traditional approaches to clean water and sanitation, focusing on addressing the underlying causes of this crisis and innovating to deliver sustainable change.

Momentum has built in support of Water.org. In 2008, the organization was invited to attend the Clinton Global Initiative and in 2009 was featured at CGI’s opening plenary session, where Matt and Gary announced the formation of Water.org. That same year, Gary received the Skoll Foundation Award for Social Entrepreneurship, and in 2011, Time Magazine named Gary and Matt two of the 100 Most Influential People in the World for their work in delivering accessible, safe water and sanitation. In the past 12 months, Water.org secured $12 million in new grant commitments to scale WaterCredit in Asia and Africa.

The Chief Operating Officer (“COO”) is critical to the success of Water.org. This individual must demonstrate the ability to operate in a progressive, forward-thinking manner with an eye toward continual innovation. The COO’s primary deliverables include: building and leading teams, ensuring operational and program execution, attaining strategic and financial results, establishing processes, systems, and reporting mechanisms, and driving effective and efficient implementation – all of which will enable innovation and growth.

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Green Job of the Day: Communications Coordinator, Sequoia Riverlands Trust (Visalia, CA)

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Job: Communications Coordinator
Organization: Sequoia Riverlands Trust
Location: Visalia, CA

An excerpt of the job announcement follows below. The complete job announcement is available here.

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Sequoia Riverlands Trust, a regional non-profit land trust headquartered in Visalia, California, seeks a qualified candidate for the position of Communications Coordinator. The Communications Coordinator will lead the development of communications plans, messages and materials to support Sequoia Riverlands Trusts mission and programs. As a member of the development department, s/he will provide strategic direction as well as the tools, support and direct action necessary to engage key audiences. S/he ensures the timely design and implementation of print and digital marketing materials and campaigns.

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Green Job of the Day: Project Manager, Green America Exchange (Washington, DC)

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Job: Project Manager, Green America Exchange
Organization: Green America
Location: Washington, DC

An excerpt of the job announcement follows below. The complete job announcement is available here.

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The Green America Green Business Network (GBN) is the business membership programof Green America. The Green America Exchange is a grant-funded, pilot project that isan online barter network that helps socially and environmentally responsible businessesget what they need without spending cash. Check out www.GreenAmericaExchange.org.

The goal is to grow GAEx to 100 regularly trading accounts by the end of 2011 andaccomplishes the goals set out for Phase 1 of the program and secure funding for Phase2 in 2012.

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Green Job of the Day: Senior Director of Marketing, The Nature Conservancy (New York, NY)

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Job: Senior Director of Marketing
Organization: The Nature Conservancy
Location: New York, NY

An excerpt of the job announcement follows below. You can review the complete job announcement by going here, selecting Advanced Search, and searching for job ID # 12984

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The Senior Director of Marketing in New York will be expected to:

– Create a strategic, comprehensive marketing and communications plan to maximize opportunities to advance the Conservancy’s mission within New York.
– Identify, pursue and develop new strategic partnership opportunities with media, corporations, affinity groups, etc. that expand capacity and exposure for the Conservancy.
– Cultivate and foster professional relationships with local, national and international media and integrate and leverage the full range of traditional and new media in promotion efforts.
– Coach and secure venues for leadership as experts and spokespeople; Serve as spokesperson, as appropriate.
– Develop key messages for the program and oversee content across all communications, including press releases, web site, social media and other collateral.
– Anticipate, advise on, and help respond to crisis management situations.
– Work with the Worldwide Office marketing division—media, membership, brand marketing—on organization-wide marketing initiatives executed in New York City.
– Conduct presentation and media training for State Director and other senior staff, as needed.
– Lead and manage the New York marketing and communications team, assess and cultivate strengths and deploy them, as appropriate.
– Oversee and administer departmental budget

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Green Job of the Day: Chief Executive Officer, Delta Institute (Chicago, IL)

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Job: CEO
Organization: Delta Institute
Location: Chicago, IL

An excerpt of the job announcement follows below. You can review the complete job announcement here.

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Since 1998, the Delta Institute has strived to transform the Great Lakes region into a vital center of the green economy. Delta is one of the first organizations in the region to recognize that a healthy environment and a thriving economy go hand in hand. As genuine “trailblazers,” Delta has been working at the leading edge of the green economy, breaking new ground to accelerate its growth and ensure that every community benefits from its potential.

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Chief Executive Officer will continue to cultivate and nurture relationships with key policy makers, partners, funders and clients; further imbed the distinction of Delta as an innovator in environmental management and economic development; raise capital through grants, equity, financing and contributions to sustain the organization in the long term; and work closely with the Board to build capacity, diversity and expertise in areas of key interest.

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Green Job of the Day: Executive Director, Salmon Drift Creek Watershed Council (Lincoln City, OR)

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Job: Executive Director
Organization: Salmon Drift Creek Watershed Council
Location: Lincoln City, OR

An excerpt of the job announcement follows below. You can review the complete job announcement here.

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This is a position which requires a wide range of skills, including the following experience and characteristics:

  • Successful leadership experience, preferably working with a non-profit organization.
  • A proven track record in fundraising and development, cultivating donors, continuing our project based grants and ensuring the financial integrity of the organization.
  • Experience leading and working hand in hand with a committed Board of Directors.
  • Dynamic and energetic.
  • Successful program/project management and contract oversight experience
  • Comfort with using or learning a range of computer programs including GIS and database management.
  • Exceptional written and oral communication skills, including being the public face of the organization.
  • Finds satisfaction in developing new partnership with community and governmental agencies.
  • Oversight of all fiscal aspects of a small non-profit including preparing annual budgets, monitoring expenses, financial grant reporting and meeting financial goals.
  • Volunteer recruitment and oversight experience.

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