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EMPLOYMENT AT TAMPA BAY WATCH

Job Openings

 

 

Development Support Specialist

Job Type: Full-time

 

Experience:

Administrative Support: 2 years (Required)

 

Education:

Associate Degree required

 

The Development Support Specialist will provide administrative support to the entire fundraising and development department at Tampa Bay Watch. Throughout the year this position supports the Special Events Coordinator, Membership/Major Gifts Coordinator, Communications Manager, and Director of Development. At various times of the year the emphasis on support for each is more or less heavily weighted. Must be able to prioritize and shift easily from task to task being insightful as to where help is needed. Two years previous administrative support and excellent Microsoft Office (Excel, Word) skills required. Previous experience with fundraising software like etapestry or Blackbaud highly desirable. Must have highly developed and advanced written and verbal communication skills, a drive to serve in a supportive capacity to enable the department to achieve fundraising and other organization goals, and a love for the Florida environment. We offer a supportive work environment with awesome coworkers who are passionate about our mission of environmental restoration and education, and full time benefits including paid vacation time and sick leave, 403B retirement, and normal paid holidays. Candidates with previous nonprofit experience very highly desired and those applications will be given priority.

 

NO phone calls or in person visits please--replies via email only and please include: Resume, Cover Letter, and Salary Requirement to resumes@tampabaywatch.org.

 

 

Tampa Bay Watch Estuary EDventures Internship

Tampa Bay Watch seeks environmental education interns to assist the Estuary EDventures program with Tampa Bay area school field experiences and/or summer camps. Duties of successful applicants will include assisting in the implementation of Estuary EDventures program materials to local school groups and/or summer camps, assisting in service-learning habitat restoration projects, maintenance of educational materials and aquarium exhibits, and assistance with basic administrative duties.

 

Requirements:

• Seeking or have completed a degree in environmental studies/science, biology, or marine biology.

• Reliable, responsible, take initiative, and act in a professional and appropriate manner at all times.

• Comfortable in and around the water, handling marine animals, able to lift up to 50 lbs. unassisted and capable of spending long hours in various conditions in the great Florida outdoors.

• Experience working with kids and/or aquarium exhibits a plus.

• Lifeguard and First Aid/CPR certifications are preferable.

Please review the schedule requirements below. Interested parties should send a completed resume and dates and times of availability to Jordan Findley.

 

Fall/Spring Internship Requirements:

Hours: Two weekdays, 9:00am – 2:00pm

Fall season: September – December (Send resume by: August 31)

Spring season: January – May (Send resume by: December 1)

 

Summer Internship Requirements:

Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm

Summer season: June – August (Resumes accepted: February – May 1)

 

 

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