Careers at the Pollinator Partnership
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Paid Internship Opportunity
Deadline to Apply: Thursday, January 17th by 3PM PST
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The Pollinator Partnership (P2) seeks a motivated, detail-oriented individual to serve as a part-time intern.
The intern is an essential component to many of the Pollinator Partnership’s (P2) programs. S/he is more often than not working on multiple projects at a time, including overseeing the shipment of outreach items, coordinating projects, inputting data, filing, answering the telephone, and writing letters and reports.
This position calls for flexibility, and the ability to work well independently. We are looking for someone with some experience in office procedures and skills, and who can manage multiple projects and deadlines in a fast-paced work environment. The candidate will report directly to the Marketing Director. P2’s small office size provides an opportunity for the Intern to lend support to and gain experience from a wide variety of projects.
About the Pollinator Partnership
The Pollinator Partnership (P2) is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to protect and restore populations of pollinator species. As world’s largest organization devoted exclusively to the preservation of the birds, bees, butterflies, beetles, and bats, P2 plays a key role in preserving terrestrial ecosystems, promoting agricultural productivity, and enhancing local communities through pollinator-centered work.
P2 has been actively supporting the conservation and protection of pollinators throughout North America since 1997. A multifaceted approach using original science; habitat preservation and creation; policy outreach; and public education has helped us achieve our goals in pollinator conservation. Over 15 years of success include the institutionalization of pollinator policy into government and industry practice, the creation of habitat across North America in urban areas and key wild land landscapes, providing local citizens and school with educational materials, and working to increase our scientific knowledge of pollinator populations.
Location: San Francisco’s Financial District (close to MUNI and BART)
Deadline to apply: Thursday, January 17th by 3PM PST.
Schedule: The Intern would work every Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday from approximately 8:30AM to 5PM.
Duration: Position open until filled. We are asking for at least a one year commitment.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates should email the following information to Jennifer Tsang at email@example.com:
No phone calls please.