Director of Development

The South Kingstown Land Trust (SKLT) seeks an experienced part-time director of development.

Responsibilities: Plan and execute effective fundraising and development initiatives; manage membership program; execute communications programs; identify and apply for grants; cultivate greater board participation; manage member and donor database; work with outreach coordinator and staff members to offer opportunities for members and donors; create new media and marketing initiatives.

Qualifications: Experience in fundraising and development; ability to articulate SKLT’s work clearly; proficiency with social media, donor management systems (Little Green Light preferred), QuickBooks, credit card and ACH payments; strong donor relations skills; ability to serve as an ambassador for SKLT locally and regionally; ability to accompany donors on trails of moderate difficulty.

Benefits: Salary commensurate with experience; flexible Scheduling; paid time off (PTO) and 11 paid holidays.

To apply: Send resume and cover letter to sslovejoy@gmail.com with the subject “Development Director Application." Applications will be accepted until Sept. 10.  

Communications Consultant

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission, on behalf of the Narragansett Bay Estuary Program (NBEP), is seeking a media-relations expert to assist in the NBEP’s release of “The State of Narragansett Bay and Its Watershed” report scheduled for release in October.

Communications expertise is needed to promote the report and assist with media relations in both Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Contractor assistance is needed between Sept. 7 and Dec. 30.

To apply: Click here. Proposals must be received by Sept. 7 at noon.

Executive Director

The Livestock Institute of Southern New England is looking to hire an executive director.

Responsibilities: Lead day-to-day operations; build a sustainable business model for the organization and significantly expand its capacity to raise funds and earn income for its programs; plan and manage annual budget.

Qualifications: Strength in strategic thinking and the ability to execute plans effectively; achievements in fundraising and experience in fundraising program development; knowledge of and personal experience with livestock production, farming, meat processing or sustainable food systems work desired.

To apply: Send cover letter and resume to job@thelivestockinstitute.org.