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 Program Coordinator will help plan and implement stewardship and environmental education workshops for our existing and future playgrounds, with a goal of encouraging school and community use.
The Trust for Public Land seeks a Researcher/Analyst with an interest taking an applied research approach to evaluating ballot measures sponsored by the Trust for Public Land, using the organization's current data sources as well as original research to evaluate the impact of those ballot measures. The results would aim to identify best practices to share with the environmental community, help the organization tell its story to a wider audience, and will potentially impact how we do Conservation Finance work.
The Newark Parks for People Program Manager is responsible for managing the design and construction of parks and playgrounds in Newark, New Jersey in partnership with the City of Newark, Newark Public Schools, and other local partners.
The Major Gifts Officer (MGO) is responsible for cultivating and soliciting gifts of $25,000 and above from individual supporters and prospects of The Trust for Public Land. Reporting to the Director of Major Gifts, the MGO is responsible for best practices of moves management and direct solicitation of supporters located in the Mid-South Division who can support national institutional initiatives as well as local and statewide programs.
The Annual Giving Director is responsible for the overall success of The Trust for Public Land's multichannel direct marketing efforts (direct mail and online fundraising).
This one-year fellowship will focus on Campaigns, Elections, Lobbying and Funding for Parks and Land Conservation. During a one-year term, the fellow will work in the Boston headquarters in close collaboration with The Trust for Public Land's conservation finance staff across the U.S. to help in all aspects of our work to create new public funding for land conservation and parks.