Houston Audubon, a nonprofit organization established in 1969 to conserve wildlife and natural resources on the Upper Texas Coast, is looking for a Bird Conservation Technician to assist the Sanctuaries Manager in day-to-day operations of Houston Audubon’s Upper Texas Coast sanctuaries. Technicians will primarily aid in native habitat restoration of coastal sanctuaries utilizing chainsaws, tractor, sprayers, UTV and herbicides to remove non-native invasive plant species.
This is a 6-9 month seasonal position, starting in mid-September, paying $10/hr up to 40 hours per week, and located on the Bolivar Peninsula. Benefits not included. Shared housing will be provided at Houston Audubon’s Field Station in High Island, Texas. Recent graduates encouraged to apply. The deadline for application is August 31, 2018.
For a complete job description and application instructions, visit houstonaudubon.org.
Houston Audubon, a nonprofit organization established in 1969 to conserve wildlife and natural resources on the Upper Texas Coast, is looking for an independent, positive-thinking individual with a successful track record to lead, manage, and grow the organization’s fundraising program. 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.
The Director of Development will plan, lead, and oversee Houston Audubon’s fundraising activities. She or he will be responsible for developing and executing plans and strategies in consultation with the Executive Director to increase and sustain individual, foundation, and corporate contributions in support of the organization’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.
For more information, including a complete job description and application instructions, go to houstonaudubon.org.