1) CNPS Communications Manager
CNPS is seeking a Communications Manager who is passionate about supporting CNPS members and chapters. He/she will listen to members and chapters to identify needs, develop creative solutions to those needs, and work with volunteers and staff to make chapters even more fun and more effective. The successful candidate will join a growing professional staff and be part of a committed team that includes hundreds of smart and dedicated volunteers. This position requires an organized, highly collaborative individual with extremely strong communication skills. He/she must be able to think clearly about systems that can be used by chapters across California, while embracing the principle that CNPS is a Society in which every individual is unique and valuable. The Communications Manager will collaborate with other staff, volunteer leadership, and chapter leadership to survey existing communications needs and solutions, and to make the best solutions available to all chapters and volunteers. This position will supervise at least one staff position, will manage a budget for contractors or vendors that provide specialized technical expertise, and will work with numerous highly skilled volunteers. Position is open until filled, and full job announcement is available at http://CNPS.org.
2) CNPS Data Entry Clerk/Administrative Assistant
The California Native Plant Society (CNPS) is seeking a full‐time Data Entry/Administrative Assistant (will consider two part‐time positions). This position requires a highly organized, detailed oriented, and computer savvy individual to maintain the CNPS membership database and provide administrative support to the Executive Director and other CNPS staff as needed as well as to provide administrative support to CNPS membership volunteer staff. The Data Entry Clerk/Administrative Assistant reports directly to the Finance and Administration Manager. Position is open until filled, and full job announcement is available at http://CNPS.org.
3) East Bay CNPS Native Here Nursery ManagerNative Here Nursery is a project of the East Bay Chapter of the California Native Plant Society (CNPS). The nursery was founded in 1994 and operates as a project of the chapter dedicated to growing plants propagated from seeds collected in Alameda and Contra Costa counties for restoration and gardening projects. The nursery is seen as the premier nursery in the area devoted to local native flora. Conservation and restoration are at the heart of Native Here’s mission and the nursery is dependent on community engagement from experienced and talented volunteers to operate efficiently. More information on the job is available at http://ebcnps.org/native-here-nursery-manager-position-open/
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