Richmond, ME 04357
The successful applicant will be passionate about our mission and the strategies (including litigation) therein . You must be able to work efficiently and independently from a home office or ours, recognize priorities and work under the direction of the Steering Committee overall and the Chair in particular.
Candidates should be experienced in grassroots organizing, foundation and non-foundation fundraising, volunteer outreach and administrative tasks. Experience in land protection, advocacy, research, and education is very desirable. Database management (Excel and Access) competence as well as excellent writing and verbal skills are essential.
This is a full-time position. Benefits include a flexible work schedule, sick and vacation policy, and additional contribution towards health care. Some evening and weekend work is required. Passion for the work and the environment are key.