Executive Director, PRC – Feb 19
Posted by Pennsylvania Resources Council (PRC) on February 2, 2021
Pennsylvania Resources Council (PRC) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to lead and promote individual and collective action to prevent waste and conserve Pennsylvania’s environmental resources for each generation. PRC provides programs or technical assistance in environmental education, recycling, waste diversion, anti-litter campaigns, and more to schools and communities. PRC aspires to be the go-to statewide organization for people, communities, and corporations that want to advance policies and practices grounded in the values of conservation, community, responsibility, inclusion, and environmental justice.
PRC is now seeking a strategic thinker and experienced fundraiser with an entrepreneurial spirit to be its next Executive Director. The optimal candidate will have experience in managing and developing staff, assessing and taking programs to the next level, and building strategic relationships with diverse partners to scale impact. They will enhance financial controls and work to nurture a “one PRC” culture and cohesion between the Eastern and Western PA offices. The ideal candidate will be energized by and skilled in building relationships with existing and potential funders that can provide flexible, sustainable revenue. Past experience in environmental causes is preferred though not a necessity; a foundational understanding of current environmental issues and an interest in continued learning to become a public champion for PRC’s mission is a must.
Applications should be emailed by February 19, 2021.
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