Director of Business Development & Corporate Relations
Unique opportunity for strong sales professional to build new business development initiatives and strengthen existing business affiliates and corporate relations program for dynamic growing non-profit. Reporting to the Executive Director you must possess developed management skills, excellent verbal and written communication skills, superior business and sales acumen - knowing how to present, ask for the funds and cement relationships for corporate sponsorships, fundraising including capital campaigns, grants, special programs and membership. Strong time management, organizational and networking skills are critical to your success.
Managing a staff of three and working in close collaboration with fellow directors, board members and the business community you will have strategic financial goals that must be met. Individuals with a minimum of five years experience and demonstrated success in achieving business objectives are encouraged to apply in confidence with resume and salary requirements via email to email@example.com. Please include a writing sample (sales letter or business proposal) and three business references.
In addition to an exceptional working environment, we offer competitive salary and a generous benefits package. We are an equal opportunity employer.
2013 SUMMER SEASONAL POSITIONS
Lead Camp Educator
Full-time, seasonal position, working Monday-Friday from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, plus at least one evening and overnight will be required. The summer camp season runs from approximately June 27-August 9, 2013. The Explorers Full Day program serves approximately 150 students, entering grades 2-6, over a six week period. The goal of the Explorers program is to provide quality and innovative environmental education experiences using the various resources of the SM&NC, within a camp atmosphere. Click here for more information.
Camp Educators (1 part-time, 1 full-time)
SM&NC summer camp season will run from July 1-August 9, 2013. Camp programs serve approximately 150 students in over a six week period. The goal of our camp programs is to provide quality and innovative environmental education experiences using the various resources of the SM&NC, within a camp atmosphere. Click here for more information.
Environmental Education Intern
Working with the Environmental Education team, the Environmental Education Intern position is an unpaid, seasonal post. The EE Intern will gain experience working in a fast-paced environmental education summer camp using all of the resources of the SMNC, from the woodland trails to the farm. The intern will help to facilitate group activities including but not limited to crafts, hikes, live animal programs, science experiments, cooking activities, and farm programs, as well as aiding in group management. Intern positions are available with our half-day (grades 1-4) and full day (grades 2-6) camp programs. Click here for more information.