There are a variety of ways to get involved with the Audubon International team. Below is a list of current employment, internship and volunteer opportunities with us.
Full Time Positions
Environmental Program Specialist
Audubon International seeks a highly-qualified and enthusiastic individual to serve as Environmental Program Specialist. The incumbent will report directly to the Director of Environmental Programs for Golf and work with other Audubon International staff to:
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- process, assess, manage, and track certification activities for members in AI’s award winning Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf (ACSP-G),
- assist with implementation of landscape level conservation initiatives such as the Raptor Relocation Network (RRN) and Monarchs in the Rough (MITR),
- organize and manage the organization’s annual BioBlitz,
- develop Case Studies and Fact Sheets for ACSP, MITR and RRN
- represent AI at events
Member Services Manager
The Member Services Manager provides critical member services support to all AI programs, including: the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program (ACSP), the ACSP for Golf, the Signature/Classic Program, the Green Lodging/Green Hospitality Program, and the Sustainable Communities Program. The position assists with a variety of functions including: communicating with stakeholders about the benefits of membership; serving as the primary point of contact for general questions about membership; developing and executing membership outreach, growth and retention strategies; mailing membership packets; managing the organization's membership databases; generating/tracking invoices; serving as a spokesperson for the organization in various venues, answering calls from the public; representing AI at conferences, meetings, and events. Click here for more.
Internship and Volunteer Opportunities
Audubon International is seeking Archivist Volunteers to catalog and digitize historic documents, photographs, and maps. This is an ideal position for individuals interested in natural resource site assessments, environmental planning, and environmental best practices. It's also good experience for students in library science and museum studies. Familiarity with scanners and computers is a bonus, but we are willing to train.
For more information or to apply to internship and volunteer opportunities, please contact us at 518-767-8051.