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Employment Opportunities

Director of Development

Houston Audubon is looking for an independent and experienced fundraising professional with an appreciation for nature and the environment to join our talented, enthusiastic, and productive team. Houston Audubon offers competitive compensation and benefits, including 401K plan matching for eligible employees, health and dental insurance, flexible work schedules, and a team environment.

Position Summary: The Director of Development will plan, lead, and oversee Houston Audubon’s fundraising activities. She or he is responsible for principal gift fundraising in support of Houston Audubon’s programs and operations. The Director of Development leads and manages the Development team, which currently includes a corporate relations director, events manager and a development associate.

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Sanctuary and Volunteer Manager at Edith L. Moore Nature Sanctuary

Houston Audubon is seeking an experienced, passionate, and well-organized natural resources professional to guide and oversee the management and day-to-day operations of a 17.5-acre urban nature sanctuary, including land management, nature-based recreation, community relations, and volunteer coordination.

Position Title: Sanctuary and Volunteer Manager
Reports to: Conservation Director

Position Summary: The Sanctuary and Volunteer Manager is responsible for maintaining the ecological health of the Edith L. Moore Nature Sanctuary (ELMNS), the safe operation and enjoyment of facilities and grounds, outreach with sanctuary visitors and neighboring communities, and managing a volunteer program in support of High Island and urban sanctuary operations. The Sanctuary and Volunteer Manager reports to the Conservation Director, under the guidance of the Land Conservation Committee, Board of Directors, and Executive Director.

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