Careers & Professional Opportunities

Welcome to the River Network Careers page! Here you will find opportunities with groups working to improve rivers and waters, including staff and contract jobs, internships, and volunteer assignments.

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Statement of Need: River Network seeks proposals from qualified individuals and consultants to provide data management and visualization trainings and support to local groups engaged in water quality ...

Posted 3 days ago

The Commons, on behalf of the Water Data Collaborative (WDC) is requesting proposals for a Program Coordinator for an expected twelve month engagement.

Posted 1 week ago

Clean Water for All is seeking a full-time Director, Clean Water for All, to join the Coalition, which is currently housed at the National Wildlife Federation.

Southeast, Southwest
Posted 4 weeks ago

Job Number: 2021264 Location: San Marcos Department: Meadows Ctr for Water & the Environment Recruitment Type: Open to All Job Type: Full Time Monthly Salary: $6,000 – $7,500 Job Category: E...

Posted 2 months ago

Seeking an Executive Director watershed conservation nonprofit in the foothills of the Sierra Nevadas of California. Must possess proven leadership and managerial skills, a successful record of raisin...

Posted 2 months ago

The Associate Director for California River Conservation is an integral member of the Central Valley Program. The Associate Director develops and implements projects to protect and restore rivers and ...

Posted 3 months ago

This position is part of Harpeth Conservancy’s strategic growth plan to expand the number of vibrant, talented, and experienced leaders with expertise in conservation and environmental public policy...

Mid-Atlantic, Northeast, West
Posted 7 months ago

The Clean Air and Water team is looking for an associate to drive our “Get the Lead Out” campaign.