A passionate community caring for the future…
HCA is happy to share job openings for our partner organizations in the field of water conservation, land stewardship, resource protection and visionary planning in our region. The job postings below are updated regularly, but may be out of date. Please reach out directly to the organization listed for more information.
For information on how to post a job on our website, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
WE ARE looking for a dedicated, part-time employee or contractor who has 20-30 hours a week to focus on WaterPR and its clients. Additional work could include support for event planning and implementation, database management (Excel), and internal marketing and administrative support.
YOU ARE experienced, competent, organized and efficient in delivering a social media program on a weekly basis. You are familiar with Hootsuite, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Linked In, Google+, and YouTube. You are savvy about WordPress and other popular web templates and can manage changing website content with ease and aplomb. Further, you’re a whiz at email marketing strategies, campaigns, template design, online surveys, and a stickler for accuracy. You speak Powerpoint and Prezi. You understand the tenants of good communication design, have a personal commitment to successful communications, and have some interest and experience in Texas water issues as well. You are a nice, fun person to boot.
The Executive Director is responsible for leadership and management of The Community Foundation. The Executive Director will work to encourage contributions to the Foundation and promote effective stewardship of the Foundation assets. The Executive Director shall be a leader for philanthropy in the Texas Hill Country.
Siglo Group is hiring an Environmental Planner in Austin, TX. We are a small, environmental planning and cartography firm engaged in projects associated with land conservation, sustainable development, land use, land management, parkland, cartography, GIS, ecological restoration, and site assessment. Scales of projects vary from statewide mapping, to assessments over millions of acres, to site specific land management plans and installation oversight, to land use planning in urban settings.
The AYRW Development and Operations Coordinator will work with the Executive Director and program staff on managing business operations and on implementing development and outreach initiatives.