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Job openings at CT Fund for the Environment/Save the Sound

 Connecticut Fund for the Environment/Save the Sound is currently hiring for six positions and an intern. If one of these sounds like someone you know, please pass the listing along.

Chief Legal Director (full-time, New Haven)

Direct CFE/Save the Sound’s legal department as part of a wider organizational team that employs legal action, community engagement, legislative advocacy and policy development, science and engineering, and public relations to protect critical lands, fight climate change, and restore and protect Long Island Sound and its rivers.

 

Green Infrastructure Project Manager (full-time, New Haven)

Design and install on-the-ground projects that improve water quality and watershed resilience of Long Island Sound, steward watershed planning efforts in partnership with local communities, and interact with experts in the field.

 

Philanthropy Writing and Research Associate (full-time, New Haven)

Grow the capabilities of CFE/Save the Sound’s individual giving team with your excellent writing skills, research acumen, and attention to detail, focused on researching potential major donors and writing acknowledgements, appeals, updates, and other compelling correspondence.  

 

We're expanding our capacity to inspire action through effective, exciting communications with our members, volunteers, activists, and the public. Three varied roles provide opportunities for candidates with expertise in member engagement, design, or science communications: 

 

Member Communications Specialist (full-time, New Haven)

Deepen CFE/Save the Sound’s relationship with its members—and reach new ones—through engaging direct donor appeals, newsletters, and social media, and events that are creative and well-run.   

 

Ecological Communications Specialist (part-time, New Haven)

Communicate compelling visual and verbal stories about our ecological restoration and water protection projects to our supporters and the public, and implement targeted outreach for on-the-ground projects around the Sound.

 

Communications Design Specialist (full-time, Mamaroneck)

Put your design expertise and writing skills to work on behalf of clean water, working in a collaborative and nimble team to address challenges facing the Long Island Sound estuary.

 

Development Intern (New Haven)

Gain real-world experience in nonprofit development, event management, and marketing/communications this winter and spring.

 

Learn more on our Jobs page

 

Addresses and deadlines for each position are noted in the detailed job descriptions. If you are applying for more than one position, please submit individual cover letters and résumés for each position, and note in the cover letters all the positions you have applied for. No phone calls or replies to this email, please.

 

CFE/Save the Sound is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from demographics underrepresented in the environmental and nonprofit sectors. 

 

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