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Vermont Chapter to Fill Newly-created Communications Position

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December 17, 2013
Become a powerful force in nature and apply for the position of Communications Manager with The Nature Conservancy in Vermont. The Vermont Chapter seeks an up and coming Communications professional with 5 to 7 years of experience to envision our statewide communications strategy and deliver excellent communications products toward fulfilling TNC’s conservation mission in Vermont. This position reports to the Director of Philanthropy and supports the Vermont Chapter’s fundraising program. The successful candidate is a clear and innovative thinker, has great people skills, and is an astute project manager and event coordinator with strong organization skill and attention to detail. Communications experience and excellent written and verbal communication and proofreading skills are a must. Fundraising experience is a plus.

For complete details and application requirements, please visit for a current listing of all TNC job openings. Click on the <Search Jobs> button or click on the <View Positions> button. In the <Keywords> field, enter Vermont. In the <Posted> field, select Anytime. Click on the <Search> button. Click on the link to the Communications Manager posting. To apply, click on <Apply Now>.

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