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 email@example.com.
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 Administrative Assistant offers general administrative support within The Trust for Public Land’s national marketing department. Duties include departmental administrative functions and support for print and electronic publications and marketing communications.
The Minnesota Program Manager works with three lead Project / Program Directors (or “lead staff”) to ensure funding is in place for The Trust for Public Land’s on-the-ground program and project work, acts as liaison with community groups, agencies, developers, coalitions and other stakeholders in developing our program and project work, establishes and cultivates relationships that further the work of The Trust for Public Land, and work to ensure that our programs are appropriately positioned for ongoing public and private funding.
The Administrative Associate is an integral team member that ensures the efficient operation of the Los Angeles Program Office as the Trust for Public Land carries out its mission, programs and conservation services in Los Angeles County. The person in this position performs necessary organizational, administrative and fund development responsibilities.
The State Director of Philanthropy is responsible for the design, coordination and implementation of all fund raising activities to support the Trust for Public Land’s conservation activities in the state.
The Associate Director of Philanthropy contributes to The Trust for Public Land’s annual operating needs in California and the success of the organization’s multi-year comprehensive Power of Place Campaign. This position is located in our San Francisco office.
This position is responsible for the day-to-day management of the Office of the Chief of Staff.
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 position will be located on the Texas Gulf Coast/Houston.
The Administrative Assistant III provides administrative support for the New York Playgrounds and Queensway programs, including event support, maintenance of files and databases, maintaining project and program calendars, research and occasional field support.
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 Western United States with a primary focus on donors in Los Angeles and the greater Southern California area. The focus will be on donors who can support national institutional initiatives as well as local and statewide programs. In addition to serving as a member of the national Major Gifts Team, the incumbent will also partner with the State Directors and Associate Directors of Philanthropy within the West Division. Read the full job description and apply online here.
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. Read the full job description and apply online here.