Youth Job Board

EEANM Program Manager Posted Sep 11
Environmental Education Association of New Mexico , Albuquerque, NM
Primary Responsibilities

Operations and Programs
-Oversee statewide inventory of environmental education programs including maintenance and outreach of this new online resource to be released in 2018
-Coordinate development, implementation and evaluation of the restoration curriculum development for the Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge
-Facilitate professional development workshops including Project Learning Tree along with supporting participants post-trainings
-Assist with other EEANM programs such as the Environmental Literacy Summit and Environmental Education Certification
-Assist with other projects or duties as needed

-Assist with bookkeeping, paying bills, financial reports, and budgeting for programs
-Assist with grant writing and reporting, donor cultivation, soliciting memberships and donations, and other fundraising and development events for EEANM
-Assist with ensuring adherence to EEANM’s legal obligations and reporting requirements and keep state and federal registrations current
-Keep accurate time and expense records

-Maintain up-to-date and accurate information for the EEANM website and Facebook account
-Support EEANM members through membership renewal reminder e-mails, cultivating new members, writing and ensuring timely delivery of thank-you letters, and pursuing opportunities to increase membership
-Contribute to EEANM’s quarterly e-newsletter and maintenance of EEANM’s community listserve, ecoed
-Represent EEANM within both the environmental education community and in the greater community through meetings, partnerships, collaborations, networking and outreach
-Participate in gaining support for environmental education in NM from individuals, partners, corporations, organizations, foundations and government entities
-Demonstrate a commitment to working with individuals and groups from diverse backgrounds and experiences
-Ability to apply a lens of diversity, equity and inclusion to support New Mexico’s EE community

Required Qualifications
-Self-motivated and able to work independently
-Strong communication, networking and facilitation skills: excellent writing, speaking and information sharing skills, with an ability to work effectively with diverse groups of people
-Experience in Microsoft programs including Word, Excel, and Powerpoint
-Experience in WordPress, QuickBooks and Little Green Light is preferred
-Excellent analytical, spelling, typing, grammar and organizational skill along with strong attention to detail
-Experience in a non-profit and/or conservation organization
-Bachelors degree or greater or equivalent work experience in relevant field including nonprofit management, education, or natural resource-related field

Salary: $18/hour starting at 25 hours/week with the opportunity to increase hours with sufficient funding
Benefits: Paid Vacation, Sick Leave and most Federal Holidays

How to Apply:
Potential candidates should email the following to (link sends e-mail):
-Resume or Vitae
-Cover Letter describing how education, experience and talents qualify candidate for our program director position as outlined in the qualifications
-The names, e-mail addresses, and telephone numbers of three (3) current professional references

Application Deadline: Monday, September 18, 2017