Jobs at The Trust for Public Land
Among all national conservation organizations, only The Trust for Public Land focuses on conserving land for people. We offer challenging and rewarding careers for people who seek to leave a legacy of protected lands. Our staff of more than 300 committed and talented professionals works across the country.
To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to the address listed at the bottom of each job posting. All job postings are current—positions are listed until filled. We strive to make our job postings accessible to all users. If you need assistance completing the application process, please contact us at 415-495-4014 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Trust for Public Land is an Equal Opportunity Employer encouraging diversity in the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment with out regard to race, national origin, gender, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, veteran status or marital status or any other characteristic protected by law.
The Philanthropy Coordinator is responsible for supporting all aspects of the philanthropy program in raising funds for The Trust for Public Land’s mission—conserving land for people to enjoy as parks, gardens and natural lands, ensuring livable communities for generations to come.
The Administrative Services Clerk is responsible for the preparation, routing and delivery of all mail, overnight and courier packages for the National and CA Offices in San Francisco.
In support of The Trust for Public Land’s fundraising efforts and in collaboration with colleagues, the Senior Prospect Research Analyst will contribute to the strategic analysis of the existing and potential donor pipeline with the goal expanding the major donor pool for the organization.
The Prospect Research Coordinator actively contributes to the qualification and identification of major donor prospects with the goal of expanding the major donor pool for the organization. The incumbent will research and write reactive profiles on donors, potential donors, and others of interest to the organization, using standard prospect biographical and financial resources.
The Senior Public Grants Manager is responsible for conducting the full range of activities related to securing public funding for the Trust for Public Land’s (TPL’s) California State Office.
The Northern Rockies Director is responsible for representing The Trust for Public Land and carrying out the mission of the organization in an effective, visionary, and financially sound way throughout Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.
The Associate Director of Philanthropy contributes to The Trust for Public Land’s annual operating and programmatic needs in Colorado, and the success of the organization’s multi-year comprehensive Power of Place Campaign.
The State Director of Philanthropy is responsible for the design and implementation of all fund raising activities to support the Trust for Public Land’s land conservation activities in the state.
The Director of Government Affairs has overall responsibility for development and execution of an effective state and local agenda to promote land and water conservation and The Trust for Public Land.
The North Texas Area Director will establish a presence for the Trust for Public Land in Dallas, Arlington and Fort Worth and surrounding communities. S/he will develop park and conservation programs, raise funds for the programs and oversee their implementation.