We’re looking for someone who is a passionate, motivated problem-solver, a demonstrated leader and manager of people, and an excellent communicator. This role offers a unique opportunity to design and implement a strategic approach to conservation of nature—and to help shape a resilient future for all Georgians. Come join TNC and apply today! Whether it’s career development, flexible schedules, or a rewarding mission, there are many reasons to love life #insideTNC. To learn more, check out our Talent playlist on YouTube. As many employees say, “you’ll join for our mission, and you’ll stay for our people.”
Bachelor’s degree and minimum of 7 years of experience as a leader in the conservation arena, non-profit sector, advocacy, or related for-profit area.
Extensive experience in fundraising and commitment to increase program fundraising success, especially by forging relationships and results in the Atlanta market.
Proven ability to create a vision that with enthusiasm and stature can elevate the brand of TNC statewide.
Experience leading and managing large multi-disciplinary teams.
Experience communicating with and presenting to diverse audiences including donors, board members, employees, agency partners, or equivalent.
Proven ability to convene a diversity of groups to find common ground and implement shared solutions.
Written and verbal fluency in English.
Success as an inspirational leader who has motivated staff to achieve and sustain excellence.
Proven talent in hiring, developing, and retaining staff.
Proven skills in board development and recruitment for fundraising and influencing results.
Well organized and self-directed; politically savvy and a team player.
Proven technical skills, analytical ability, good judgment, and strong operational focus.
High energy, forward thinking, creative individual with strong ethical standards.
Outstanding leadership and visionary qualities, with ability to work effectively with and through others in a decentralized and geographically dispersed organization.
Founded in the U.S. through grassroots action in 1951, The Nature Conservancy (TNC) has grown to become one of the most effective and wide-reaching environmental organizations in the world. Thanks to more than a million members and the dedicated efforts of our diverse staff and over 400 scientists, we impact conservation in 76 countries and territories: 37 by direct conservation impact and 39 through partners.