Employment

Thank you for your interest in career opportunities with the Aldo Leopold Foundation. Below are the positions currently available.

Communications Associate

The Communications Associate is responsible for developing content to engage and grow the foundation’s social communities. Work will require outstanding visual and written communication to accomplish the intended impact and to reflect the brand and mission of the Aldo Leopold Foundation. The Communications Associate will support the work of the Communications and Marketing Coordinator to grow awareness and support for the foundation’s mission and work, increase participation in the organization’s programs with new and diverse audiences, and increase revenue.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Deadline to apply is Sunday, October 27, 2019.

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Donor & Member Services Associate

The Donor & Member Services Associate will provide support for the philanthropic unit of the Aldo Leopold Foundation. Key expectations include participating in the organization’s fundraising initiatives, facilitating projects that strengthen the member-to-major gifts pipeline, managing the donor database and financial entries, and working on customized donor cultivation and stewardship projects.

Deadline to apply is Sunday, October 27, 2019.

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Program & Visitor Services Assistant

The Program & Visitor Services Assistant will engage and inform visitors during the fall and early winter season, during which the popular and highly attended Crane Congregations program occurs. In this role, you will support opportunities that encourage visitors to connect with Aldo Leopold, the natural world, and the foundation’s work to advance a land ethic locally and globally.

Deadline to apply is Sunday, October 20, 2019.

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Fellowships

The Aldo Leopold Foundation’s Future Leaders Program is designed to provide individuals who have recently completed their undergraduate degree the opportunity to gain experience and grow in seven core areas: conservation leadership, finance and fundraising, applied science and natural history, partnership building, strategic planning, communication, and land ethics. The application period for the 2019-2020 associate fellowships has closed. Opportunities for 2020-2021 will be posted mid-winter 2020.