Looking for New Job Opportunities? The National Park Trust is Hiring!
The National Park Trust (NPT) is looking for a new Communications and Programs Manager, Education Coordinator, and Intern. Learn more about the positions and how to apply!
Communications and Programs Manager
NPT is looking for a self-motivated and talented Communications and Programs Manager to lead the organization’s overall communications strategy and manage one of NPT’s signature programs, Kids to Parks Day. This position is an excellent opportunity to build experience as a marketing and communications professional for a national non-profit.
The person in this role will be in charge of producing high-quality content that engages external audiences and builds brand recognition. The Communications and Programs Manager’s main duties will also include creating informative and innovative online content, developing and implementing a robust social media strategy, writing press releases and articles, and managing media opportunities to share our organization’s impact, programs, and services. The ideal candidate must be able to multitask and be an excellent communicator with superb writing, presentation, and organizational skills. Candidates should also have a passion for parks and public lands or a willingness to gain a deeper connection with the outdoors. This is a full-time 40 hours/week position. Learn more about this position here.
NPT seeks an Education Coordinator to support our growing national youth programs. This position will primarily involve working with all aspects of the Buddy Bison School Programs, which provides 250+ Title-I schools across the country with unique park experiences and educational resources focused on parks, public lands, and the outdoors. Primary responsibilities include administering and organizing park field trips and facilitating all logistics required for teachers and students. It may also require support for NPT’s annual Kids to Parks Day National School Contest which provides approximately 100 grants to schools across the country. Candidates may also be asked to support the Buddy Bison Student Ambassador Program or the Mascot Program. Candidates must have strong writing, communication, and outreach skills, the ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously and a vision for the growth of the program. Candidates must also have the ability to build strong relationship with program sponsors, schools officials, and teachers. A strong interest in working with students is also required. Those with previous teaching experience and a passion for parks and the outdoors are strongly encouraged to apply. This is a full-time 40 hours/week position. Learn more about this position here.
National Park Trust Internship
NPT seeks an intern to support their land conservation and environmental education work. Interns assist with marketing efforts, program outreach and management which includes creating social media content, managing web content, and conducting outreach to community partners.
This is a part-time (16-24 hour/week) temporary position (12-14 weeks) in a friendly, informal, and progressive work environment. Interns will also have the opportunity to work with staff on-site in parks if interested. Learn more about this position here.