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We work passionately to preserve, defend, restore and enjoy Diablo’s wild lands. Join us.
Save Mount Diablo is an Equal Opportunity Provider.
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This is an outstanding opportunity for an experienced fundraising professional to run and strengthen a comprehensive fundraising program, including completing a major $15 million capital campaign for which over $10 million has already been secured. The person in this position will also oversee the strategic direction and implementation of SMDâ€™s marketing and communication initiatives. Save Mount Diablo (â€śSMDâ€ť) is a nationally accredited, non-profit land trust founded in 1971 with a mission to protect land on and around Mount Diablo in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Save Mount Diablo is seeking a Development and Events Intern. This is a part-time, temporary, 16 hours a week, non-exempt, paid internship position that reports to the Assistant Development Director. The schedule for this position will be flexible and include three to four days per week with the occasional evening and weekend when events are scheduled. It will take place March through September. Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following (Other duties may be assigned): - Assistance with the many aspects of planning and coordinating special events, - Providing support to development staff on special projects, - Assistance with general office tasks as needed.
Founded in 1971, Save Mount Diablo (SMD), a nationally accredited land trust and 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, California non-profit corporation, acquires and preserves land on and around Mount Diablo. SMD owns land in fee simple, holds conservation easements and manages land for partner agencies. As a caretaker of SMDâ€™s properties, the core responsibilities of this position are to manage the infrastructure, activity schedule and neighbor relationships at Curry Canyon Ranch as well as maintain the infrastructure and improvements on other SMD fee simple properties under the guidance of the Land Programs Director. On a part-time basis, the person in this role will be in charge of maintaining roads, fences, gates, and structures as well as acting as a representative of the organization when coordinating with contractors, lessees, neighbors, volunteers and guests of SMD. The caretaker will communicate frequently with the Land Programs Director and other members of the stewardship team to coordinate with restoration activities, volunteer engagement and programmatic uses of SMDâ€™s properties. This position requires the caretaker(s) to live onsite in an SMD property in the Morgan Territory area.
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