We've decided that at least once a month we should present a non-profit organization as our employer of the week.
Especially today, to celebrate Earth Day!
Environmental and conservation non-profits play such an important and critical role in the protection of our planet that it seems highly fair and justified to give them as much exposure as we give for-profit companies.
So this week, and in honor of Earth Day, we've picked a great environmental nonprofit as our green employer of the week:The Nature Conservancy, illustrated by a beautiful picture of Burrowing Owlet Siblings by Laura Crawford Williams.
The Nature Conservancy is the leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people.
The Nature Conservancy has a total of 50 green job postings, including 10 posted this week.
Here are some good examples of the job that are available at The Nature Conservancy:
- Director of Individual Giving - San Francisco, CA
- Philanthropy Assistant - Charlottesville, VA
- Policy Associate, Marine & Freshwate - Arlington, VA
- Director of Conservation Programs - Seattle, WA
The Nature Conservancy is headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, and has offices in most states, including: