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  • Chief Operating Officer

    South Lake Tahoe

    Chief Operating Officer

    South Lake Tahoe

    Help lead the outstanding, professional team working to Keep Tahoe Blue by directing the organization’s in-house operations. Based in beautiful South Lake Tahoe, the League to Save Lake Tahoe (“League,” also known as Keep Tahoe Blue) is looking for an exceptional non-profit expert to lead the day-to-day operations of the organization. As Chief Operating Officer (COO), you will work alongside the League’s senior leadership team, where you will serve as a strategic planning partner and help guide decision-making and League operations that maintain a highly effective and efficient environmental non-profit organization. Our pace of work enables fast learning and fosters an environment of collaboration, fun, and challenge.

    Founded in 1957, the League is the oldest, largest and most successful environmental organization focused on protecting Lake Tahoe. We have a strong foundation supported by our cultural values and team building principles that support and guide us in decision making and planning for the future. The League is a solutions-based, innovative organization backed by science and community engagement that values professionalism, transparency, work/life balance and credibility. Our team reflects these core values and supports one another to achieve our goals. 

    The COO position ensures the League a Guidestar Platinum and Charity Navigator Four Star-rated 501(c)(3) operates smoothly and that staff are properly supported and performing with excellence. The successful candidate excels at building and supporting interpersonal relationships, problem solving, non-profit governance, risk management, implementing management best practices, and creating a welcoming work environment.

    The COO will support the CEO in managing the construction, transition to, and operations of a new 5,500-square foot office and environmental education/community center in central South Lake Tahoe, where our team of up to 25 professionals will be located in 2023. This is an exciting opportunity to help us build an exemplary professional work space and education center.

    The COO is responsible for human resources functions and programs related to employment, compensation, benefits, and employee relations/engagement. The position also directs the organization’s risk management functions, including managing insurance coverages, writing or coordinating the creation of contracts, and tracking of trademark protections. The COO supervises the Finance Director in their management of an annual operating budget of $4+ million and to ensure the organization’s accounting needs are met.

    What the position involves:
    • The COO is the administrative and operational foundation of the organization who is responsible for:
      • Overseeing the financial health of the organization by supervising and guiding the Finance Director’s management of all budgeting and financial functions.
      • Administrative and human resources activities and needs, including directing operations of our current building and the transition to our new building.
      • Guiding the organization’s implementation of cultural values, staff retention, and nurturing of high morale.
      • Administration of employee benefits, annual reviews, onboarding, and general staff support.
      • Guiding the organization in maintaining a healthy and safe work environment by staying up to date on California health and safety regulations. 
      • Knowledge and application of state and federal employee/labor laws, and regulations and maintenance of non-profit best practices.
      • Protecting the League’s trademarks by working with outside counsel to ensure registration and monitor infringements. 
      • Ensure workspaces, buildings, and office equipment/supplies are in good working order and provide proper support for the organization’s work.
      • With the support of the senior management team, help plan and execute emergency protocols, and ensure all staff are supported and safe.
    Required knowledge, skills, and abilities:
    • Strong skills and knowledge of federal and state labor laws. 
    • Understanding and proven application of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. 
    • Use of discretion when dealing with financial and employee matters. 
    • Understanding of regulations, nuances of nonprofit accounting, fundraising, required forms, and governance.
    • Excellent oral, written, organizational, and computer skills. 
    • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to utilize tact and diplomacy with staff and the League’s Board of Directors.
    • Highly organized and capable of working in a changing environment.
    • Demonstrates ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, employs excellent organizational skills, and has a strong attention to detail. 
    • Efficient and effective at managing and completing tasks to meet deadlines.
    • Ability to thrive with minimal supervision; possesses good judgment and works well with others. 
    • Thoughtful, articulate, an outstanding leader and communicator that promptly and effectively manages staff issues and needs. 
    • Computer fluency with Windows, Office 365 and Google Apps.
    • Flexibility to travel to meetings in the Bay Area, Sacramento, Reno, and around the Lake Tahoe Basin.
    Preferred:
    • Primary residence is located in the Lake Tahoe Basin.
    • Familiarity with Lake Tahoe environmental and policy issues. 
    • An interest and passion for environmental conservation and the League’s mission to protect, restore, and advocate for the ecosystem health and scenic beauty of the Lake Tahoe Basin.
    • Experience using Quickbooks.
    League-specific requirements:
    • The chosen candidate must be able to dependably get around the Lake Tahoe Basin, Bay Area, Reno, and Sacramento at all reasonable hours and in all reasonable weather conditions, including heavy snow, and when public transportation is not available. The League does not provide a vehicle or other forms of transportation. 
    • Position requires some physical activity such as bending, stooping, carrying, and lifting up to 40 pounds. 
    • Employees are required to have a current COVID-19 vaccine.
    As a valued representative of our organization you will:
    • Be on a team that engages Tahoe’s diverse and evolving community of visitors and residents to protect Lake Tahoe by spreading awareness and taking action.
    • Work at a place that promotes environmental protections and policies backed by science that ensure Tahoe is resilient in the face of the climate crisis. 
    • Take part in crafting resolutions to the challenges facing Tahoe that strike a balance between enjoyment today and preservation for future generations.
    The League offers many benefits, including:
    • Medical, dental, vision, and life insurance 100% covered by the company for employees. 
    • $125/month Company Health Savings Account (HSA) contribution with select health plan choice.
    • IRA match up to 3% of employee’s salary after two years served. 
    • Vacation leave, paid volunteer time off, plus 12 paid holidays and extra paid time off between 12/25 and 1/1. 
    • Pet-friendly working environment. 
    • Merchandise discounts and credit. 
    • And much more!
    A brand that is known throughout the world:

    Our brand, Keep Tahoe Blue, is a model for marketing to protect a valuable natural and cultural resource. We have a values-based culture that supports and guides us in our decision-making and planning for the future. The League is an outcome-based, innovative organization that values expertise, integrity, a work/life balance, and credibility.

    Salary range:

    $100-108K

    If this sounds like the job for you, please send a PDF copy of your cover letter and resume to jobs@keeptahoeblue.org. Tell us why you’re the best fit for the position and for the League. We communicate via email, so please check your inbox and spam to ensure you don’t miss important updates from us.

    We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our organization. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

  • Development Associate

    South Lake Tahoe

    Development Associate

    South Lake Tahoe

    The League to Save Lake Tahoe (the League, a.k.a. Keep Tahoe Blue) is looking for a development associate to be part of a successful fundraising and donor experience team, and to join our creative, fun and outstanding crew of environmental and nonprofit experts. This is a great opportunity for a meticulous and efficient professional to play a key role in successful nonprofit fundraising. 

    The Development Associate (DA) will join the Keep Tahoe Blue team in South Lake Tahoe to help grow the development department through data management by supporting the donor engagement process at the League. With supervision, the DA will accurately process, enter and track donor and supporter information in a CRM platform, ensuring development staff, leadership and board members are fully supported in fundraising and donor cultivation. 

    The perfect DA candidate is detail-oriented, skilled in database use, committed to the importance of donor appreciation, and able to support the development department with general support. 

    The Development Associate is a full-time, hourly position working from our headquarters in South Lake Tahoe, California. Due to the nature of the position, you will primarily be working in the office from 9:00 am – 5:30 pm, Monday through Friday with some evening and weekend work depending on organization and event schedules and needs.

    About us: A brand known throughout the world

    Founded in 1957, the League is the oldest, largest and most successful environmental organization focused on protecting Lake Tahoe. We have a culture founded on our organizational values and team-building principles, which supports and guides our decision-making and planning for the future. The League is a solutions-based, science-driven and innovative organization that values professionalism, transparency, work/life balance and credibility. Our team reflects these core values and supports one another to achieve our goals.

    What the position involves:
    • Accurately entering contributions and member information into the database on a timely basis.
    • Coordinating all aspects of donor acknowledgement, including thank you mail, thank you comments on social media platforms, and supporting the League’s staff and board of directors in the personalized thank you process.
    • Working confidently in the CRM database, including running reports and using donor information to answer questions from staff.
    • Maintaining the confidentiality of donor information.
    • Supporting the development department through all aspects of the donor engagement process, including pulling information from the database at a moment’s notice, and becoming well acquainted with donors and trends.
    • Creating new records and updating current records in the database.
    • Assisting with data importing into the database, including the League’s programmatic and volunteer information.
    • Ensuring organization and tidiness of all development supplies and materials, and alerting the supervisor when stock is running low.
    • Assisting with solicitation and event mailings, including membership, events, donor acquisition, etc.
    • Maintaining gift batch files, physical and network files, Google Drive membership files and a sample development binder.
    • Providing administrative support to the development department.
    • Assisting the finance department in ensuring membership and financial records match.
    • Supporting the development team as necessary with other duties that may arise.
    • Serving as a professional and knowledgeable representative of the League and the development department when interacting with members, donors, guests and staff.
    • Supporting the execution of the annual benefit event, including reservation tracking and overseeing the silent and live auctions.
    Required knowledge, skills and abilities:
    • An interest in environmental conservation and the League’s mission to protect, restore and advocate for the ecological health and scenic beauty of the Lake Tahoe Basin.
    • Understanding of database systems and proficiency with data entry.
    • Commitment to maintaining a high degree of accuracy and confidentiality in data.
    • Experience with professionally engaging donors and supporters.
    • Ability to work effectively in a team setting and with diverse individuals.
    • Proficiency with Windows, the Office 365 suite and Google Apps.
    • High degree of organization in setting appropriate priorities, meeting deadlines, and managing multiple projects and relationships simultaneously.
    • Team player with willingness to perform activities at all levels necessary.
    • Possesses good judgment and works well with others.
    • Willing and available for occasional weekend work.
    League-specific requirements:
    • Employees are required to have a current COVID-19 vaccination.
    • Employees are required to have a vehicle that is in good working order, proof of valid driving license, non-expired vehicle registration, and effective insurance coverage. 
    • Travel around the Tahoe Basin, San Francisco Bay Area, Reno and Sacramento may be required.
    • Position requires some physical activity, such as bending, stooping, carrying and lifting up to 40 pounds.
    As a valued representative of our organization, you will:
    • Be on a team that engages Tahoe’s diverse and evolving community of visitors and residents to protect Lake Tahoe by spreading awareness and taking action.
    • Work at a place that promotes environmental protections and policies backed by science to ensure Tahoe is resilient in the face of the climate crisis.
    • Take part in crafting resolutions to the challenges facing Tahoe that strike a balance between enjoyment today and preservation for future generations.
    The League offers many benefits, including:
    • A dynamic and exceptional team of enjoyable coworkers.
    • Medical, dental, vision. and life insurance 100% covered by the company for employees.
    • $125/month corporate contribution to Health Savings Account (HSA) with select health plan choice.
    • IRA match up to 3% of employee’s salary after two years served.
    • Vacation leave, paid volunteer time off, plus 13 paid holidays and extra paid time off between 12/25 and 1/1.
    • Pet-friendly environment.
    • Merchandise discounts and credit.
    • And much more!
    Pay range: 

     $16.50 – 17.50/hr

    If this sounds like the job for you, please send a PDF copy of your cover letter and resume to jobs@keeptahoeblue.org. Tell us why you’re the best fit for the position and for the League. We communicate via email, so please check your inbox and spam folder to ensure you don’t miss important updates from us.

    The League is an equal opportunity employer, and we value diversity at our organization. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability status.

  • Development Coordinator

    South Lake Tahoe

    Development Coordinator

    South Lake Tahoe

    Are you highly organized and thrilled by the thought of working in a fun and changing environment? Do you have the ability to learn new skills and navigate quickly through available data to make good decisions? Then you could be an excellent fit for the League to Save Lake Tahoe’s (the League, a.k.a. Keep Tahoe Blue) fundraising team. The League is looking for a high energy, results-oriented and self-starting leader to play a crucial role in supporting the Development Director in all things related to the League’s major fundraising campaigns. The Development Coordinator (DC) will ensure excellent coordination within the development department, helping execute logistics for donor cultivation and stewardship activities. As DC you will be a member of an extraordinary and talented team of professionals working to protect Lake Tahoe. 

    Founded in 1957, the League is the oldest, largest and most successful environmental organization focused on protecting Lake Tahoe. We have a strong foundation supported by our cultural values and team-building principles that support and guide us in decision-making and planning for the future. The League is a solutions-based, innovative organization backed by science and community engagement that values professionalism, transparency, work/life balance and credibility. Our team reflects these core values and supports one another to achieve our goals. 

    The DC position reports to the Development Director and coordinates activities such as donor research, venue identification, contract review, meeting preparation, and catering. The DC is a superuser of the Salesforce CRM and Classy, ensuring that data, especially for our highest level supporters, is accurate and leveraged as a tool by the team for relationship management. The DC is responsible for supporting the team with operational needs such as mail and donation processing, acknowledgement letters and cultivation tracking.

    What the position involves:
    • Administrative support
      • The DC will provide administrative support within the development department, setting meetings and appointments, gathering and preparing appropriate collateral for meetings, preparing briefings for the solicitor, and maintaining a pulse on all things related to the League’s donors.
      • The DC organizes, manages and executes all components of house parties and boat tours.
    • Donor relations
      • The DC will serve as primary contact for inquiries and special requests from membership donors and respond in a timely manner and with utmost professionalism and discretion.
      • The DC is responsible for ensuring meaningful donor activities are recorded in the database.
      • The DC will also research new and current donors to ensure the most up to date information is at hand to inform cultivation strategies.
    • Salesforce administrative support
      • The DC will be the primary backup for gift data entry and departmental gift processing, including during the absence of the development associate and during high volume times.
      • The DC will also help identify best practices and tools within Salesforce to enhance efficiency of current processes.
    Required knowledge, skills, and abilities:
    • Exceptional customer service skills are a must.
    • Understanding of donor/customer relations and interactions.
    • Excellent relationship-building skills which create rapport with internal and external stakeholders.
    • Use of discretion when dealing with sensitive donor information. 
    • Excellent oral, written, organizational and computer skills are essential. 
    • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to utilize tact and diplomacy with staff and the board of directors.
    • Highly organized and capable of working in a changing environment.
    • Ability to learn new skills and navigate quickly through available data to make good decisions.
    • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects with a strong attention to detail. Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail. Efficient and effective at managing and completing tasks to meet deadlines.
    • Ability to work well with minimal supervision, possesses good judgment and works well with others. 
    • A thoughtful, articulate, outstanding leader and communicator that promptly and effectively manages staff issues and needs. 
    • Able to cultivate a sense of curiosity about fundraising, data and what makes philanthropy meaningful.
    • Computer proficiency with Windows, Office 365 and Google Apps.
    • Flexibility to travel to meetings in the Bay Area, Reno, Sacramento and around the Tahoe Basin.
    Preferred:
    • Previous experience using Salesforce as a donor management system.
    • Familiarity with Lake Tahoe environmental and policy issues. 
    • An interest and passion for environmental conservation and the League’s mission to protect, restore and advocate for the ecosystem health and scenic beauty of the Lake Tahoe Basin.
    League-specific requirements:
    • The chosen candidate must be able to dependably get around the Lake Tahoe Basin, Bay Area, Reno and Sacramento at all reasonable hours and in all reasonable weather conditions, including heavy snow, and when public transportation is not available. The League does not provide a vehicle or other forms of transportation. 
    • The position requires some physical activity such as bending, stooping, carrying and lifting up to 40 pounds. 
    • Employees are required to have a current COVID-19 vaccination.
    As a valued representative of our organization you will:
    • Be on a team that engages Tahoe’s diverse and evolving community of visitors and residents to protect Lake Tahoe by spreading awareness and taking action.
    • Work at a place that promotes environmental protections and policies backed by science that ensure Tahoe is resilient in the face of the climate crisis. 
    • Take part in crafting resolutions to the challenges facing Tahoe that strike a balance between enjoyment today and preservation for future generations.
    The League offers many benefits, including:
    • Medical, dental, vision and life insurance 100% covered by the company for employees. 
    • $125/month Company Health Savings Account (HSA) contribution with select health plan choice.
    • IRA match up to 3% of employee’s salary after two years served. 
    • Vacation leave, paid volunteer time off, plus 12 paid holidays and extra paid time off between 12/25 and 1/1. 
    • Pet-friendly working environment. 
    • Merchandise discounts and credit. 
    • And much more!
    Pay range:

    $20 – 23/hr

    If this sounds like the job for you, please send a PDF copy of your cover letter and resume to jobs@keeptahoeblue.org. Tell us why you’re the best fit for the position and for the League. We communicate via email, so please check your inbox and spam to ensure you don’t miss important updates from us.

    We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our organization. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability status.

  • Policy Advocate

    South Lake Tahoe

    Policy Advocate

    South Lake Tahoe

    Looking to help Keep Tahoe Blue while working with a team of outdoor enthusiasts and professionals protecting Lake Tahoe? The League to Save Lake Tahoe is searching for a dynamic, detail-oriented, intuitive, and analytical environmental researcher to support our team through legislative and policy analysis and tracking. This position will help translate environmental plans and policies into potential advocacy campaigns to achieve our mission to Keep Tahoe Blue. This is a great opportunity for someone looking for a high level of responsibility providing critical administrative and analytical support to the League to help us progress at protecting a national treasure, Lake Tahoe. This individual will serve as an integral part of the League’s Policy Team, tracking updates and movement of all relevant environmental plans, policies and resource opportunities for Lake Tahoe; providing administrative and logistical support for lobbying efforts; and ensuring that League executives and Policy Team members are informed and up to date on advocacy issues. 

    Under the direction of the Senior Land Use Policy Analyst, the PA will enjoy researching and summarizing environmental issues in local, state and federal legislation, organizing meetings with external partners, and tracking Policy Team metrics of success. Professional experience in some combination of natural sciences, planning, environmental management, policy development, political lobbying/campaigning, and grassroots advocacy is optimal for success in this position. 

    Founded in 1957, the League is the oldest and largest environmental organization focused on protecting Lake Tahoe. We have a strong foundation supported by our cultural values and team-building principles that support and guide us in decision-making and planning for the future. The League is a solutions-based, innovative organization backed by science and community engagement that values professionalism, transparency, work/life balance and credibility. Our team reflects these core values and supports one another to achieve our goals.

    What the position involves:
    • The PA is the administrative backbone to all Policy Team planning, meetings, tracking, and internal briefs.
      • Analyzing, researching, and helping evaluate proposed land use and transportation plans, legislative actions and opportunities, and development and restoration projects within the greater Lake Tahoe regionProviding thorough overviews to the Policy Team as well as recommendations on advocacy actions to achieve League priorities.
      • Tracking and informing the Policy Team of proposed plan and policy changes, legislative priorities and planning developments. Monitoring changes in Tahoe, California, Nevada and federal environmental planning and policy practices, including, but not limited to CEQA, NEPA, and the CWA.
      • Tracking and reviewing agendas and materials for public meetings and working groups, and providing summaries of items related to the League’s campaigns and initiatives. 
      • Providing administrative and logistical support for all lobbying efforts at local, state, and federal levels.
      • Helping advance the League’s priorities by identifying potential advocacy opportunities and partnerships.
    Required knowledge, skills, and abilities:
    • B.A. or B.S. in land use planning, environmental policy, natural resources, or related field – or equivalent work experience. 
    • Experience in legislative tracking, research, and analysis at state and federal levels.
    • Experience with political campaigns and/or grassroots advocacy and lobbying.
    • Knowledge of major state and federal environmental policies and laws.
    • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment requiring advanced critical thinking and decision-making skills.
    • Maintain professionalism while working on sometimes controversial and disputed issues.
    • Concise and persuasive technical writing skills. 
    • Efficient and effective at managing and completing tasks to meet deadlines.
    • Excellent time-management skills; ability to manage multiple issue campaigns and projects simultaneously; exercises organizational skills and attention to detail. 
    • Possess professionalism, a collaborative spirit and creative energy.
    • Computer proficiency with Windows, Office 365 and Google Apps.
    • Flexibility in scheduling and willingness to travel to and attend frequent public meetings in and around the region that may include evenings and weekends.
    • Someone who is both self-starting and a team player while possessing exceptional organizational and communications skills will thrive in this creative and fast-paced work environment.
    Preferred:
    • Familiarity with Lake Tahoe environmental and policy issues and community dynamics.
    • An interest and passion for environmental conservation and the League’s mission to protect, restore, and advocate for the ecosystem health and scenic appeal of the Lake Tahoe Basin.
    League-specific requirements:
    • The chosen candidate must be able to dependably get around the Lake Tahoe Basin, Bay Area, Reno, and Sacramento at all reasonable hours and in all reasonable weather conditions, including heavy snow, and when public transportation is not available. The League does not provide a vehicle or other forms of transportation. 
    • Position requires some physical activity such as bending, stooping, carrying, and lifting up to 25 pounds.
    As a valued representative of our organization you will:
    • Be on a team that engages Tahoe’s diverse and evolving community of visitors and residents to protect Lake Tahoe by spreading awareness and taking action.
    • Work at a place that promotes environmental protections and policies backed by science that ensure Tahoe is resilient in the face of the climate crisis. 
    • Take part in crafting resolutions to the challenges facing Tahoe that strike a balance between enjoyment today and preservation for future generations.
    The League offers many benefits, including:
    • Medical, dental, vision, and life insurance 100% covered by the company for employees. 
    • $125/month Company Health Savings Account (HSA) contribution with select health plan choice.
    • IRA match up to 3% of employee’s salary after two years served. 
    • Vacation leave, paid volunteer time off, plus 12 paid holidays and extra paid time off between 12/25 and 1/1. 
    • Pet-friendly working environment. 
    • Merchandise discounts and credit. 
    • And much more!
    A brand that is known throughout the world:

    Our brand, Keep Tahoe Blue, is a model for marketing and messaging to protect a valuable resource. We have a values-based culture that supports and guides us in our decision-making and planning for the future. The League is an outcome-based, innovative organization that values expertise, integrity, a work/life balance, and credibility.

    Pay range:

    $20 – 23/hr

    If this sounds like the job for you, please send us a PDF copy of your cover letter and resume to jobs@keeptahoeblue.org. Tell us why you’re the best fit for the position and for the League. We communicate via email, so please check your inbox and spam to ensure you don’t miss important updates from us.

    We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

  • Science Data Coordinator

    South Lake Tahoe

    Science Data Coordinator

    South Lake Tahoe

    Our dynamic team of scientists, policy experts and non-profit professionals is looking to expand our data-driven, scientific programs. The League to Save Lake Tahoe (League) is searching for a Science Data Coordinator (SDC) to lead our data management, analysis, mapping and reporting to support the League’s programs and projects. Under the direction of the Senior Science Policy Analyst (SSPA), the SDC will manage and translate data collected through our programs to inform management decisions and help us tell compelling stories that shape our policies to Keep Tahoe Blue.

    The SDC will be part of our dynamic team based in beautiful South Lake Tahoe and will help refine the League’s data capabilities to further our mission. The ideal candidate will be proficient in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and have expertise in data management and analysis. This individual will design and provide mapping related materials and products, inform and update online survey tools as the League’s representative for citizen science reporting platforms, and manage all data generated through our science programs. By applying best practices in data collection and management, the SDC will amplify the impact of our unique “science to solutions” approach. The SDC will also attend and support League programs, community events and presentations.

    Founded in 1957, the League is the oldest, largest and most successful environmental organization focused on protecting Lake Tahoe. We have a strong foundation supported by our cultural values and team-building principles that support and guide us in decision-making and planning for the future. The League is a solutions-based, innovative organization backed by science and community engagement that values professionalism, transparency, work/life balance and credibility. Our team reflects these core values and supports one another to achieve our goals.

    What the position involves:
    • Data management, collection and program analysis:
      • Through the coordination of data collection, manage all program-generated data for the League, including GIS data and entering data into Salesforce.
      • Work with the community engagement team to provide information on data trends and improvements to data collection and programs, including but not limited to: Tahoe Blue Crews, signature cleanups, Eyes on the Lake, Pipe Keepers and Snapshot Day.
      • Provide relevant mapping materials and data for program managers to inform policy, advocacy and program efficacy.
      • Create story maps and/or other data visualization materials (including GIS maps) in coordination with League staff.
      • Inventory, calibrate and order equipment for citizen science programs and request applicable materials as needed.
    • Citizen Science Tahoe App coordination:
      • Represent the League at Citizen Science Tahoe App stakeholder meetings and provide suggestions for App improvement and updates.
      • Manage all data generated from the App and incorporate improvements.
    • Outreach and engagement:
      • Assist the Community Engagement team with events and programs.
      • Support other League programs by incorporating citizen science principles into those programs where appropriate (i.e. data collection and management, maps, quality assurance plans, etc.).
      • Inform interactive, science-based educational displays and activities for the Education Center and general outreach.
    Required knowledge, skills, and abilities:
    • B.A. or B.S. in relevant field with 3+ years of Data Management and Analysis experience or Associates Degree with 5+ years of experience.
    • Proficient in the use of Geographic Information Systems (e.g., ESRI ArcGIS Desktop and extensions, ArcGIS Server, Geodatabases, etc.).
    • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
    • Detail-oriented with a high degree of reliability in managing data and records using software.
    • Ability to work effectively with teams and diverse individuals.
    • Possesses good judgment and works well with others.
    • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
    • Efficient and effective at managing and completing tasks to meet deadlines.
    • Flexibility to work nights and weekends, as required.
    • Willingness and ability to work outdoors, potentially in inclement weather conditions; able to hike up to 3 miles.
    • Computer proficiency with Windows, Office 365 and Google Apps.
    Preferred:
    • Familiarity with database management tools/software (Microsoft Access, Salesforce, or equivalent).
    • Familiarity with Lake Tahoe environmental and policy issues.
    • An interest and passion for environmental conservation and the League’s mission to protect, restore and advocate for the ecosystem health and scenic beauty of the Lake Tahoe Basin.
    League-specific requirements:
    • Must have a current COVID-19 vaccination. 
    • Employees are required to have a vehicle that is in good working order, will be required to show proof of current valid driving license, vehicle registration, and current effective insurance coverage on or before the first day of employment.
    • Employee’s vehicle should be well maintained, able to function in any and all weather conditions including heavy snow, and must be dependable for trips to and around the Lake Tahoe Basin, Bay Area, Reno, and Sacramento. If an employee does not have such a vehicle they may rent one at their own expense.
    • Position requires some physical activity such as bending, stooping, lifting and carrying. Must be able to lift 40 pounds.
    As a valued representative of our organization you will:
    • Be on a team that engages Tahoe’s diverse and evolving community of visitors and residents to protect Lake Tahoe by spreading awareness and taking action.
    • Work at a place that promotes environmental protections and policies backed by science that ensure Tahoe is resilient in the face of the climate crisis. 
    • Take part in crafting resolutions to the challenges facing Tahoe that strike a balance between enjoyment today and preservation for future generations.
    The League offers many benefits, including:
    • Medical, dental, vision and life insurance 100% covered by the company for employees. 
    • $125/month Company Health Savings Account (HSA) contribution with select health plan choice.
    • IRA match up to 3% of employee’s salary after two years served. 
    • Vacation leave, paid volunteer time off, plus 12 paid holidays and extra paid time off between 12/25 and 1/1. 
    • Pet-friendly working environment. 
    • Merchandise discounts and credit. 
    • And much more!
    Pay range:

    $20 – 24/hr

    If this sounds like the job for you, please send us a PDF copy of your cover letter and resume to jobs@keeptahoeblue.org. Tell us why you’re the best fit for the position and for the League. We communicate via email, so please check your inbox and spam to ensure you don’t miss important updates from us.

    We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our organization. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability status.