Heal the Bay Staff group shot outside of our Santa Monica Pier Aquarium. Photo: Heal the Bay
Working at Heal the Bay is challenging and rewarding, making a difference in California's coastal water quality.
Offers of employment will be contingent upon satisfactory verification of applicant information including a background check. Potential hires must complete and sign a release authorizing Heal the Bay to complete this step.
Heal the Bay is an equal opportunity employer and actively recruits to promote diversity in our workforce.
Heal the Bay seeks a communications professional who is
passionate about protecting our rivers, beaches and oceans and who wants to
make a difference by helping the organization engage in lively, meaningful
outreach to targeted audiences. Working with the
guidance of the Communications Director, the Digital Content Manager will manage
the production and dissemination of mission- and organization-related content
in a variety of electronic platforms.
The Digital Content Manager
will coordinate with all Heal the Bay departments to help drive various
campaigns throughout the year that aim to increase issue awareness, volunteer
participation, citizen advocacy and donor support of Heal the Bay.
To apply, send cover letter, resume and work samples via one of the following:
Heal the Bay is looking for a part-time Research Analyst to support our Living Streets Project. The goal of the Living Streets Project is to change the way the City of Los Angeles uses its streets. Historically, city streets were planned and built to support the automobile. To help the city make the shift, we are facilitating a change in practice and policy by researching, compiling and analyzing regionally applicable cost/benefit data.
To apply, send cover letter and resume via one of the following: