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Indiana Audubon Development and Engagement Manager (posted 1/23/24)
The Development and Engagement Manager is responsible for furthering Indiana Audubon’s mission through support of fundraising development for the Society. This position plays a role in supporting the organization’s fundraising and development efforts to ensure the continued success of our conservation programs and initiatives.
Essential functions include but are not restricted to 1) Strategic fundraising and donor cultivation, 2) Grant writing and management, 3) Event collaboration and coordination, 4) Donor stewardship and appreciation, 5) Development budget oversight, and 6) Fiscal and Data management.
This position is a salaried, exempt, full-time position with Indiana Audubon. Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. This position includes paid sick, vacation, and holiday pay, and a quarterly supplement made for self-invested retirement benefits at the discretion of the employee. If applicable, supplemental payments will also be made quarterly for health benefits.
Interested applicants should submit a a cover letter and resume to [email protected]. Job posting open until Feb 15 or until filled.
Indiana Audubon Spring Longshore Flight Counter (posted 2/14/24)
Indiana Audubon is hiring a contracted spring point counter for at the Indiana Dunes State Park. The Dunes Longshore Flight Tower is a famed migratory bird site, with over 350 species of birds observed in the Dunes area.
The Spring Longshore Flight Counter is responsible for the documentation and recording of nearly 1/4 million birds each spring that pass by in visible “morning flight” immediately at dawn and the first few hours of daylight. Counts are done in migratory conditions each week, March 10-June 1, 2024 from atop the Indiana Dunes State Park Longshore Flight Tower (1600 N 25 E, Chesterton, IN).
Job duties include, but are not limited to:
- Conduct weekly comprehensive migratory bird counts . Survey effort expected to consist of 25-45 hours/week but may fluctuate based on weather conditions.
- Complete near daily field data forms and eBird checklists
- Record weather conditions with field data.
- Interact with visitors during the count period.
- Write weekly blog, updating public on results.
This contract award provides $700/week, for a maximum award of $7,700.00 Payments are each subject to the Contractor reasonably and satisfactorily performing the Services and the submission of a report to the Executive Director detailing the Service performed. No housing is provided.
Interested individuals should submit a resume to [email protected]. Position open until filled.