Buffalo Bayou Partnership seeks PR and Events Assistant

Founded in 1986, Buffalo Bayou Partnership (BBP) is the non-profit organization revitalizing and transforming Buffalo Bayou, Houston’s most significant natural resource. The Public Relations and Events Assistant will assist BBP’s Director of PR and Events with developing and implementing the organization’s overall communications program. Duties include assisting with the planning and execution of all BBP events (annual Buffalo Bayou Regatta, Kids Day, gala, Bayou Bash, and special boat tours); serving as liaison to BBP’s young professionals’ group, Bayou Buddies; conducting membership campaigns, coordinating steering committee meetings, and planning on-going activities and programs; managing social media, including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram – taking a leadership role in increasing interaction with these and other social media outlets; and overseeing BBP’s website (copywriting, updating calendar listings and photos, etc.). BBP offers a competitive salary for this position and excellent benefits. To apply, submit a resume and cover letter to Ms. Anne Olson, President / Buffalo Bayou Partnership / 1113 Vine Street, Suite 215 / Houston, TX 77002 or to jobs@buffalobayou.org. No phone calls please.

Galveston Bay Foundation seeks Membership & Development Coordinator

The Galveston Bay Foundation (GBF) seeks a full-time Membership & Development Coordinator to cultivate existing members, maintain accurate records of member information, and engage in activities intended to recruit new members. The Membership & Development Coordinator serves as the primary point of contact for GBF members; manages the membership renewal program and direct mail efforts for new member acquisition; coordinates the database, submitting entries and updates and generating reports; plans and implements quarterly and annual membership meetings; oversees The CAST, GBF’s young professionals group; serves as coordinator for outreach events and represents GBF at booths and exhibits; and solicits funds for and prepares grant proposals in support of GBF operations and programs. Qualifications and abilities should include: a Bachelor’s degree (required); two or more years of professional experience in development and database management; grant writing experience; strong interpersonal skills; exceptional verbal and written communication skills; and ability to work some weekends. For a full job description, please see http://galvbay.org/aboutus_jobs. To apply, email resume to jobs@galvbay.org  by May 16, 2014.