Social media reminded us this week that 2016 marks the centennial of the National Park Service so I looked into natural resources management jobs for you.
If you are passionate about conservation, the African Wildlife Foundation is searching for a Prospect Research Officer to work in AWF’s philanthropy team in Washington D.C. by collecting and analyzing information on current and prospective donors for top-tier giving levels. You will be providing AWF’s senior leadership and philanthropy team with information they need to focus their efforts on new high-quality donors and make the most of AWF’s existing relationships. The position requires a Bachelor’s degree and proficiency with research tools. More details about the position and how to apply: here.
Greenpeace International is looking for an Investigation Information Analyst in Aukland, NZ. You will be analyzing and synthesizing data from multiple information streams, standardizing research approaches and outputs, and ensuring key material is available across the project. This is a 1 year Fixed Term Contract based in the office in Mt Eden, Auckland. This is a collaborative role working within a strong, passionate team. It will suit someone who is data savvy, with strong excel skills and can build and maintain relationships with key stakeholders. See more here.
Good luck, fellow job seekers and until next week!