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.
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The Associate Director of Philanthropy contributes to The Trust for Public Land’s annual program needs in the Northern Rockies (Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming) and the success of the organization’s multi-year comprehensive Power of Place Campaign. As a member of the Northern Rockies-based philanthropy team, the Associate Director of Philanthropy carries a mixed portfolio with an emphasis on mid-level and major gift individual prospects and donors in the growing market of Wyoming and otherwise as assigned.
The Philanthropy Writer is responsible for supporting fundraising goals and activities in the major market of California, specifically as relationship managers strive to realize annual fundraising goals for California, conduct local fundraising campaigns, and contribute to the overall success of the organization’s multi-year Power of Place Campaign. The position can be located in Los Angeles or San Francisco.
The Philanthropy Associate is responsible for supporting all aspects of the philanthropy program in the Southwest (Arizona, New Mexico and Utah) in order to realize annual revenue goals, support local fundraising campaigns and the overall success of the multi-year Power of Place Campaign.
Working with the Director of Volunteer Leadership (DVL), this position is responsible for the day-to-day development and execution of The Trust for Public Land’s leadership volunteer activities.
The Senior Project Manager identifies, acquires and conveys important park, scenic, wilderness and other open space lands for protective ownership using non-profit land acquisition techniques.
This internship position will work directly with the Parks for People Program Manager and the Director of Land Protection to conduct on-site stewardship of existing projects with the Parks for People and Land and Water Programs.
The Senior Administrative Assistant is responsible for the overall coordination of calendars and activities for members of the California Senior Leadership Team including: The Director of Our Land and Water, Director of the Bay Area Parks for People Program, the California Director of Government Relations and members of the California legal team.
The National Campaign Communications Manager is responsible for delivering, with the National Campaign Director, a full suite of communications materials for The Trust for Public Land’s $400 million national Power of Place Campaign.
The Green Infrastructure Director is involved in all facets of the organization’s water-related green infrastructure, including planning, technical assistance, and building partnerships with governments and nonprofit organizations. This position works closely with a small team of national staff working on green infrastructure-related activity, including our Climate-Smart Cities team, and reports directly to the Associate Director of City Park Development.
The Philanthropy Associate is responsible for supporting all aspects of the philanthropy program in Hawaii, in order to realize annual revenue goals, support local fundraising campaigns, and the overall success of the multi-year Power of Place Campaign.