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Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore Chief Executive Officer
New Jersey Citizen Action Education Fund Office Assistant - Part-time
Womanspace, Inc. Children’s Assistant - Part-time
Womanspace, Inc. Receptionist - Part-time
New Jersey Citizen Action Education Fund Fair Housing Testers
CASA for Children of Mercer and Burlington Counties Advocate Supervisor
Project Self-Sufficiency Multiple Openings
Princeton University Science Writer
Center for Hope and Saftey Director of Programs
Diabetes Foundation Full Charge Bookkeeper - Part-time
Meals on Wheels of Mercer County Director, Program Services
Eastern Environmental Law Center Staff or Senior Staff Attorney
Eastern Environmental Law Center Development Manager - Part-time
NAMI New Jersey Human Resources Specialist - Part-time
New Jersey Audubon Policy Manager
New Jersey Audubon Project Director – GIS & Sanctuary/Facilities Management
New Jersey Audubon Teacher Naturalist
New Jersey Audubon Multiple Seasonal Positions
Salvation Army Major Gifts Officer


 

Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore: Chief Executive Officer

Posted: May 25, 2017
Location: Farmingdale and Toms River, NJ

Summary: The Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore is one of 112 councils nationwide, and is one of 4 in New Jersey.  The Council has current girl membership of more than 10,700 girls, over 3,800 adult volunteers and a staff of 41 employees.  Its annual operating budget is $5 million and it maintains service centers in Farmingdale and Toms River and two camp facilities to provide year round engagement opportunities for girls, families, adult members, and community partners.  All Girl Scout programs and activities- from camping to computing, arts to engineering, service projects to field trips-are designed to challenge and prepare girls for a future of leadership, achievement and fun!

The CEO will act in partnership with the Board of Directors to enhance the outcomes of all council functions to be one of the nation’s leaders in membership services and innovation.  The CEO will implement the corporate strategic plan through the formulation and implementation of short to long range objectives and actions needed to achieve the Council’s goals.  In addition the CEO will ensure that pluralism is a core value within the Council’s activities and functions, promoting opportunities for participation in every aspect of Girl Scouting.  Responsible for the Council’s human, material and fiscal assets, the CEO provides oversight for policies and practices that enhance the participation of members and leverage the roles of staff and volunteers to effectively engage girls, families, and volunteers in the Council’s service area.  The CEO’s important outward facing responsibilities are to expand the Council’s visibility and create opportunities for significant strategic partnerships and financial support by ensuring that investing in girls is a priority.  The CEO will build relationships with corporate, nonprofit, government and funding communities by representing the Council at strategic functions and influential speaking opportunities.

View complete job description

 To Apply: Please email cover letter and resume, along with salary history, to Bob Perodeau at evergreen.source@att.net.




 

CASA for Children of Mercer and Burlington Counties: Advocate Supervisor

Posted: May 23, 2017
Location: Ewing, NJ

Summary: CASA of New Jersey is a nonprofit with a small staff -- but a HUGE mission: ensuring that CASA programs are established, expanded, and supported throughout New Jersey so that the thousands of children in out-of-home placement receive the services they need and move as quickly as possible to safe and permanent homes.  The Administrative Assistant serves as the hub of all office activity and communication.  This is not just a clerical position. This individual must be highly productive, dedicated to producing excellent work, constantly alert to the functioning of the office, planning ahead, identifying needed tasks, potential problems and better ways to achieve the goals of the organization, coordinating the implementation and ensuring completion of all office operations.  This position requires an individual who enjoys people and who will put the achievement of CASA’s mission first.

Responsibilities:

  • Office Efficiency – Identify tasks needing attention, follow through to completion in order to provide the office with optimal effectiveness; Maintain supplies order as needed; Open and distribute mail to appropriate personnel; Produce outgoing correspondence, memoranda and other necessary paperwork for the Director, as requested; Perform varied and responsible clerical work (filing, copying, FAX, etc.); Perform varied and responsible clerical work (filing, copying, FAX, etc.)
  • Board Maintenance - Obtain, compile, and mail out documents making up the regular trustee packets, in preparation for the Board Meeting; Coordinate and schedule meetings as needed with Board members, committees and others;
  • Training and Fund Raising Events - Assist in the organization and planning of training, recognition and fund raising events. (This includes the coordination of mailings, catering, set-up, and donor recognition etc.)
  • Statewide CASA Volunteer Back Ground Checks – Maintain all background child abuse registry information checks on volunteers statewide. Communicate with all programs in order to facilitate the process.

Qualifications:

  • High school diploma; some college preferred.
  • 2-3 years office assistant experience.
  • The ability to establish good working relationships with others.
  • Dedication to achieving results in a timely manner and producing excellent work.
  • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • Excellent verbal and written skills; and excellent phone manners.
  • The ability to handle multiple tasks and work independently.
  • The ability to arrive to work on time and minimize absences.
  • Computer skills/knowledge – MS Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook.

 To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to April Aaronson, april@casaofnj.org

   


 

Womanspace: Children's Assistant, Counseling and Support - Part-time

Posted: May 23, 2017
Location: Lawrenceville, NJ

Summary: Womanspace is a leading nonprofit agency in Mercer County, New Jersey, that provides a comprehensive array of services to individuals and families impacted by domestic and sexual violence and dedicated to improving the quality of life for adults and their families. Programs include crisis intervention, emergency shelter, counseling, court advocacy and housing services. Womanspace receives funding from the State of New Jersey, the County of Mercer and contributions from individuals, organizations, foundations and corporations.

A part-time Children's Assistant is needed to provide childcare for children at Counseling and Support. Hours are 4:00 - 8:00 p.m., Mondays through Wednesdays. Must have at least two years of experience working with children.

To Apply: Interested candidates should send their resumes to Susan Victor at jobs@womanspace.org.

   


 

Womanspace: Receptionist - Part-time

Posted: May 23, 2017
Location: Lawrenceville, NJ

Summary: Womanspace is a leading nonprofit agency in Mercer County, New Jersey, that provides a comprehensive array of services to individuals and families impacted by domestic and sexual violence and dedicated to improving the quality of life for adults and their families. Programs include crisis intervention, emergency shelter, counseling, court advocacy and housing services. Womanspace receives funding from the State of New Jersey, the County of Mercer and contributions from individuals, organizations, foundations and corporations.

A part-time receptionist is needed for some evenings and day work at non-profit counseling office in Lawrenceville. Responsibilities include answering phones, checking in clients and maintaining office files. Bilingual preferred but not required. 

To Apply: Interested candidates should send their resumes to Susan Victor at jobs@womanspace.org.

   


 

New Jersey Citizen Action Education Fund: Fair Housing Testers

Posted: May 22, 2017
Location: Essex, Hudson, Union, Middlesex, Ocean and Monmouth counties

Summary: New Jersey Citizen Action Education Fund, a HUD designated Fair Housing Agency, is hiring paid Fair Housing Testers to help make sure people are not being denied housing because of their race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability or familial status. We are hiring a diverse group of testers to investigate housing discrimination in Essex, Hudson, Union, Middlesex, Ocean and Monmouth counties.

Trained testers pose as renters or home buyers and visit housing providers to collect information and document their experiences to assist with regional monitoring and investigations.

Requirements for becoming a tester:

  • Attention to detail and excellent writing skills
  • Private email Access to a reliable form of transportation
  • Attend a 4 hour training and complete a paid practice test
  • Submit to a NJ state criminal background check  

Testers are paid a stipend and are reimbursed for mileage and tolls. Testers can work days, weekends and/or evenings.

To Apply: Send resumes to Amanda Smith Amanda@njcitizenaction.org  or call 732-246-4772 ext. 129.

   


 

CASA for Children of Mercer and Burlington Counties: Advocate Supervisor

Posted: May 22, 2017
Location: Ewing, NJ

Summary: The Advocate Supervisor provides professional staff support to CASA volunteers ensuring that children involved with the CASA program receive sound advocacy and early permanency planning. The Advocate Supervisor is responsible for volunteer supervision and coordination of cases.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Volunteer Supervision
  • Case Management
  • Volunteer Training
  • Program Activities

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in social service related field with three years of experience in volunteer coordination and/or social services required. Masters in Social Work or Counseling preferred. The ability to communicate with, supervise and empower volunteers to be effective in their roles. Experience with volunteers given preference. The ability to work cooperatively with different types of personalities. Knowledge and understanding of issues and dynamics within families in crisis relating to child abuse and neglect given preference. Commitment to CASA for Children of Mercer and Burlington Counties goals and mission. Strong time management, writing and oral communication Ability to work individually and in a team setting.

View complete job description

 To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to Katherine Carmichael, Executive Director kcarmichael@casamercer.org.

   



Project Self-Sufficiency: Multiple Openings

Posted: May 9, 2017
Location: Sussex, Hunterdon, or Warren, NJ 

Summary: The mission of Project Self-Sufficiency  is to support and empower low-income individuals and families to improve the quality of life for themselves and for their children through comprehensive family stability and person and economic self-sufficiency services.  There are several job opportunities listed below.

  • New Jersey Youth Corps Program Associate
  • New Jersey Youth Corps High School Equivalency Instructor/Employability Skills Facilitator
  • New Jersey Youth Corps Crew Supervisor
  • New Jersey Youth Corps Administrative Assistant
  • Nurse Home Visitor
  • Home Visitor
  • Community Resource & Outreach Specialist
  • Job Development & Placement Coordinator
  • Social Worker/Case Manager
  • After School Program Coordinator
  • After School Program Facilitator
  • Evening Childcare Provider
  • Day Care Center Teacher
  • Day Care Center Aides
  • Computer Instructor
  • Parenting Instructor

See the complete job descriptions for additional details on each position

To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to Deborah Berry-Toon, Executive Director at Project Self-Sufficiency, 127 Mill Street, Newton, NJ  07860, 973-940-3501 (fax), pss@projectselfsufficiency.org.



 

Princeton University: Science Writer

Posted: May 5, 2017
Location: Princeton, NJ

Summary: The Science Writer serves the Office of Communications by developing news and feature stories for external and internal audiences about research and education in the sciences. This position also helps develop related ideas and material for social media and media outreach, as well as assists with science-related inquiries from internal and external media. This person works with the full creative team in the office to help develop content, from text to video to infographics.

The Science Writer focuses primarily on Princeton's physical, natural and life sciences, yet should be able to assist in other areas if needed. The Science Writer must be well organized, exhibit exceptional attention to detail and be able to troubleshoot and multitask. Above all, the Science Writer must be an expert communicator, including an excellent writer, editor and proofreader, who can interact collegially with faculty, campus partners and clients, and the media. It is necessary to be able to see the significance and relevance of published research (even when not explicit), especially as it might interest a general reader and the media. Under the guidance of the Managing Editor, the Science Writer also will focus on office priorities and work in a collaborative manner to support overall University goals.

Essential Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree required.
  • 4-6 years of work experience in a writing/communications environment.
  • Proven ability to write about research.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft desktop applications and web publishing (e.g., Drupal).
  • Experience working with colleagues on multimedia projects (e.g., video, photography, design).
  • Proficiency in AP editorial style.

Preferred Qualifications:

  •  Science background.
  • Experience in a university setting.
  • Experience working with news media to fulfill information requests and pitch stories.
  • Familiarity with social media platforms.

To Apply: Apply online.

   


 

Center for Hope and Safety: Director of Programs

Posted: May 5, 2017
Location: Rochelle Park, NJ

Summary: Center for Hope and Safety, a leading private non-profit social service organization in Bergen County, providing shelter and support services for victims of domestic violence, is seeking a Director of Programs to develop and direct all client services. Successful candidate will be dedicated to high quality service delivery, data-driven and proficient in clinical trauma-informed care. LCSW or LPC with a minimum of 8 years of supervisory experience in human services setting, including victim service work. 

Managerial position, Master's degree required. EOE.

To Apply: Submit resume with cover letter to jonna@hopeandsafetynj.org.

   


 

Diabetes Foundation, Inc.: Full Charge Bookkeeper - Part-time

Posted: May 4, 2017
Location: Paramus, NJ

Summary: The Diabetes Foundation, Inc., located in Paramus is a 501(c) (3) organization incorporated in New Jersey in 1990. The Foundation offers programs and services to a population affected by diabetes, a chronic disease that impairs the body’s ability to produce or properly use insulin, a hormone essential for life. The Foundation is dedicated to medical assistance and support services to low-income, uninsured or underinsured people with diabetes, patient education, camp scholarships for diabetic children, and improving the quality of life for people living day to day with diabetes.

Responsibilities:

  • Proficient in Web-Based QuickBooks and Excel
  • Must have complete understanding of the basic accounting principles and possess full-charge bookkeeping skills necessary to manage our organizations financial records.
  • Experienced and comfortable working with a variety of payment gateways for reconciliation of batch summary reports.
  • Fiscal budgeting/tracking (working closely with Executive Director & Board Treasurer)
  • Understand journal entries
  • Reconcile all bank and credit card accounts
  • Efficiently Prepare Financial Reporting for Board Meetings
  • Manage Payroll including issuing of  W2s and 1099s and maintain confidentiality of records
  • Receive, record, and deposit cash and checks
  • Accounts Payable/Accounts Receivable
  • Work with all vendors, insure invoices are accurate and paid on time.
  • Keep track of all costs.
  • Experience with Donation Pay and World Pay an advantage, but not required
  • Be involved in all financial aspects of fundraising events – including attendance at the event  

Qualifications:

  • Three days per week – approximately 23 hrs per week
  • Must be well organized and detail oriented
  • Good communication skills and must work well with others
  • Possess a minimum of  3 - 5 years’ experience
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Feel comfortable in a small office environment
  • Previous work in a non-profit a plus, but not required

To Apply: Email resume to rschmidt@diabetesfoundationinc.org, Roberta Schmidt, Executive Director.

   


 

Meals on Wheels of Mercer County: Director, Program Services

Posted: May 2, 2017
Location: Ewing, NJ

Summary: Meals on Wheels of Mercer County is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that promotes the dignity and independence of home bound individuals in the Mercer County Area. We are looking for a dynamic professional to manage our program participants. This includes intake and assessments, reassessments, reporting and statistic gathering. Must feel comfortable working with an aging and disabled population, and in an urban setting.

College degree required: social work, psychology, sociology, nutrition science a plus. Familiarity with community resources in Mercer County helpful. Must have excellent record keeping skills, be detail oriented, and have impeccable customer service skills. Proficiency in Excel and excellent writing skills are required. Flexibility, the ability to multitask, and to work in a changing environment is very important. Must have a valid driver’s license and a clean driver’s record, and his/her own vehicle.

View complete job description

To Apply: Interested applicants should email cover letter, resume, 3 references and contact information to executivedirector@mealsonwheelsmercer.org with Director Program Services in the subject line.

   


 

Eastern Environmental Law Center: Staff or Senior Staff Attorney

Posted: April 25, 2017
Location: Newark, NJ

Summary: The Eastern Environmental Law Center (EELC) seeks a dynamic, experienced attorney to join our environmental litigation public interest team. This full-time position, based in Newark, New Jersey, will have direct responsibility for litigation on clean energy (including opposing natural gas and oil pipelines or intervening in utility petitions); environmental justice, clean air, water and open space matters.  Responsibilities may include involvement in sustainable development issues.  All of this work will be conducted in a collaborative public interest law office environment. The Attorney will report directly to EELC’s Executive Director and will work closely with EELC’s other attorneys, partners, clients, and experts. The Attorney may also help with supervision of EELC’s support staff and law interns.

Qualifications:

  • At least three and preferably eight years of federal and state litigation, administrative advocacy, and strategic campaign experience.  EELC will consider candidates at different levels of experience for this position.
  • Expertise and/or at least familiarity with the following: federal and state appellate litigation; Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and New Jersey Board of Public Utility (BPU) proceedings; National Environmental Policy Act litigation; Environmental Justice and/or Title VI litigation and Clean Water Act permit reviews.
  • Ability to effectively integrate legal advocacy with broader strategic advocacy campaigns, in particular relative to communications and policy advocacy, and to work collaboratively with other legal and advocacy organizations on such campaigns.
  • Assist EELC management and partners with fundraising and communications.
  • Admission to and in good standing with the New Jersey state bar.
  • Excellent research, writing, and oral presentation skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills to foster relationships with clients, partners, and allies.
  • Demonstrated commitment to the public interest.
  • Positive, friendly, and enthusiastic attitude towards making the world a better place and a sense of humor.

EELC is a New Jersey based nonprofit public interest environmental law center that provides pro bono and public interest rate legal services to the environmental and conservation communities in New Jersey and throughout the region. EELC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity and our programs and employment are open to all. We offer a friendly, team-based environment, competitive salaries, and an excellent benefits package.

To Apply: Send resume and cover letter in confidence to Aaron Kleinbaum, Executive Director, Eastern Environmental Law Center: info@easternenvironmental.org. No phone calls please.

   


 

Eastern Environmental Law Center: Development Manager - Part-time

Posted: April 25, 2017
Location: Newark, NJ

Summary: The Eastern Environmental Law Center (EELC) seeks a creative and energetic development professional to strategically contribute to its development efforts. The position, based in Newark New Jersey, reports to the Executive Director. In partnership with the Executive Director, Board and senior staff, the Development Manager will support the achievement of revenue goals of about $1 million annually. The Manager will collaborate with the Executive Director and Board to engage donors from all sectors (individuals, corporations and foundations), help to strengthen fundraising and build internal capacity, and help to realize EELC’s goals for its public interest environmental litigation team. The position will be part-time (3 to 4 days a week).

The ideal candidate will have five to seven years of progressive job experience in development for nonprofit organizations ideally in the environmental or conservation sector. He or she will be a poised, effective, and thoughtful team member ready to get to work in a fast paced, high profile environmental legal institution. They will be an important member of EELC charged with building and executing a sound and achievable multi-year fundraising plan. EELC has a small staff of dedicated environmental public interest lawyers, office manager/paralegal, interns and a small active board.  He or she will have several years experience in a nonprofit development department. They must be well organized, possess excellent written and verbal communication skills, be adept at problem solving, and have a good sense of humor.

He/she will have strong skills in large donor cultivation, annual fund giving, foundation grants, corporate giving, and special events. The candidate will be adept at utilizing social media to drive memberships, fundraising, and publicity. They will be comfortable speaking directly with donors at all levels and public interest environmental clients.

Finally, the selected candidate will be a collaborative team member eager to work efficiently and effectively at all levels as part of a small administrative team. They will report to the Executive Director to work to support all fundraising initiatives.

Responsibilities:

  • Creation of an annual fundraising plan, prepared in collaboration and coordination with the Executive Director, other senior staff, which includes gifts to annual fund and/or targeted gifts to particular fundraising efforts.
  • Refinement of existing strategies and creation of new approaches to identify and cultivate new prospects for all sectors of giving with a focus on major individual gifts.
  • Preparation of all materials needed for fundraising programs, including proposals to donors and prospects, sponsorship materials, acknowledgment materials and so on.
  • Utilization of social media to drive fundraising and membership outcomes essential.
  • Preparation of materials for and support of Board Development Committees.
  • Maintenance of major gift donor and prospect information.
  • Maintenance of close working relationship with the Executive Director and other senior staff.

EELC is a New Jersey based nonprofit public interest environmental law center that provides pro bono and reduced rate legal services to the environmental and conservation communities in New Jersey and throughout the region.   EELC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity and our programs and employment are open to all. We offer a friendly, team-based environment, highly competitive salaries, and an excellent benefits package.

To Apply: Send resume and cover letter in confidence to Aaron Kleinbaum, Executive Director, Eastern Environmental Law Center: info@easternenvironmental.org. No phone calls please.

   




 

NAMI New Jersey: Human Resources Specialist - Part-time

Posted: April 25, 2017
Location: North Brunswick, NJ

Summary: NAMI New Jersey, a non-profit mental health education, support and advocacy organization serving New Jersey residents is seeking a  Part-time HR specialist to be based in it's North Brunswick office. Position Reports to the Executive Director and works in conjunction with Office Manager.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop HR policies and procedures in compliance with applicable laws. - review, update and maintain personnel manual, employee handbook and SOPs.
  • Maintains HR files, policies and records.
  • Recruits for positions including writing and placing advertisements; conducting initial candidate screening; scheduling interviews, conducting reference checks and new employee orientations
  • Function as employee liaison to benefit providers.
  • Plans and executes the annual performance evaluation and salary increase program.
  • Researches and recommends salary scale.
  • Ensures compliance with all federal state and local employment law.
  • Prepares and submits any required reports.
  • Serves as employee relations contact in handling employee concerns or conflicts. 
  • Conducts exit interviews.

Qualifications:

  • BA degree/Masters preferred in related discipline
  • 5+ years experience managing HR functions in a nonprofit organization
  • Self-starter – ability to work efficiently and independently
  • Well organized
  • Strong interpersonal skills

To Apply: Apply for position be sending a cover letter, salary requirements and resume to sylviaaxel@icloud.com 

   



 

New Jersey Audubon: Policy Manager  

Posted: April 21, 2017
Location: Trenton or Cape May, NJ

Summary: New Jersey Audubon is a privately supported, not-for profit, statewide membership organization. Founded in 1897, and one of the oldest independent Audubon societies. New Jersey Audubon fosters environmental awareness and a conservation ethic among New Jersey's citizens; protects New Jersey's birds, mammals, other animals, and plants, especially endangered and threatened species; and promotes preservation of New Jersey's valuable natural habitats.

The Policy Manager will work to advance the conservation agenda of New Jersey Audubon. General responsibilities include conservation issue analysis, advocacy before the Legislature, communications with the public and occasionally media, and interfacing with conservation partners. The position will require extensive efforts to support the coordination of the New Jersey Keep it Green Coalition, the State’s preeminent open space preservation coalition. The Policy Manager will also manage grant projects and work to build relationships with legislators, the media, partner organizations and stakeholders to further New Jersey Audubon conservation goals.

View complete job descriptions.

To Apply: Please email cover letter, resume, writing sample and three references as a single PDF document, listing job position in subject line, to hr.govrelations@njaudubon.org

   


 

New Jersey Audubon: Project Director – GIS & Sanctuary/Facilities Management  

Posted: April 21, 2017
Location: Port Murray, NJ

Summary: New Jersey Audubon is a privately supported, not-for profit, statewide membership organization. Founded in 1897, and one of the oldest independent Audubon societies. New Jersey Audubon fosters environmental awareness and a conservation ethic among New Jersey's citizens; protects New Jersey's birds, mammals, other animals, and plants, especially endangered and threatened species; and promotes preservation of New Jersey's valuable natural habitats.

Stewardship Project Director's primary responsibility is to support New Jersey Audubon staff with GIS needs and to also oversee the network of New Jersey Audubon Sanctuaries and provide support to facilities management. The successful candidate should be able to use GIS software (i.e., ArcGIS) and hardware to map, analyze, support and answer questions related to Stewardship Department and other NJ Audubon projects. The candidate should have a strong background in GIS and experience with manipulating data between various platforms. In addition, this position coordinates and monitors the network of NJ Audubon sanctuaries, conducting annual property visits, supporting stewardship and restoration projects on sanctuaries and assisting with tracking facilities.

View complete job descriptions.

To Apply: Qualified individuals may apply by emailing their resume, cover letter, salary requirements, and three professional references, preferably as one document, to hr.stewardshipnorth@njaudubon.org.

   


 

New Jersey Audubon: Teacher Naturalist 

Posted: April 21, 2017
Location: Cape May, NJ

Summary: New Jersey Audubon is a privately supported, not-for profit, statewide membership organization. Founded in 1897, and one of the oldest independent Audubon societies. New Jersey Audubon fosters environmental awareness and a conservation ethic among New Jersey's citizens; protects New Jersey's birds, mammals, other animals, and plants, especially endangered and threatened species; and promotes preservation of New Jersey's valuable natural habitats.

The Teacher Naturalist has duties primarily in the education branch of the New Jersey Audubon mission and provides natural science programs to schools, interested groups and the general public. Under the direction of the Center Director, the Teacher Naturalist, takes part in all aspects of programming and operating a nature center. The Teacher-Naturalist takes an active role in promoting New Jersey Audubon as a membership-based conservation organization. 

View complete job descriptions.

To Apply: Qualified individuals may apply by sending resume with cover letter as a single pdf document to HR.NCCM@njaudubon.org. Please include position in subject line.

   



 

New Jersey Audubon: Multiple Seasonal Positions

Posted: April 21, 2017
Location: Various Locations in New Jersey

Summary: New Jersey Audubon is a privately supported, not-for profit, statewide membership organization. Founded in 1897, and one of the oldest independent Audubon societies. New Jersey Audubon fosters environmental awareness and a conservation ethic among New Jersey's citizens; protects New Jersey's birds, mammals, other animals, and plants, especially endangered and threatened species; and promotes preservation of New Jersey's valuable natural habitats.

The New Jersey Audubon has several seasonal positions available, including:

  • Nature Camp Post Care Educator
  • Nature Camp Educator
  • Teacher Naturalist
  • Nature Center Assistant
  • Nature Store Sales Associate and Administrative Assistant

View the complete job descriptions on the New Jersey Audubon's website.

To Apply: Candidates should follow the instructions provided in the desired job description.