Jobs & Internships
BWB is currently hiring for 5 positions.
All positions are open until filled, at which point they will be removed.
How to Apply
- Preview the job opportunities below. Details including duties and qualifications can be found in the linked PDFs.
- Complete Blue Water Baltimore’s brief online application.
- Email a cover letter & resume to [email protected]
Please include the Job Title you are applying for in the subject line.
- No phone calls, please.
Our team is small, close-knit, and committed to the wellbeing and happiness of one another. Our workplace is flexible, casual, and fun; and we put a high value on promoting a sustainable work/life balance. Our full time positions allow for a 35 hour workweek provided all projects & duties are kept on track. As an organization and individually, we are committed to creating an inclusive environment. We’d love for you to join us!
Restoration Project Manager
The Restoration Project Manager (RPM) oversees the successful implementation of Blue Water Baltimore’s environmental restoration projects. The RPM will manage restoration staff in the direct implementation of small-scale restoration projects such as tree plantings, cistern installations, stormwater planters, hardscape removal, and conservation landscaping. For larger technical projects, the RPM will oversee the work of qualified sub-contractors. This position ensures projects are accurately estimated and constructed in accordance with project intent, budget, design and schedule. This position manages and coordinates restoration staff, contractors, and volunteers to complete community-based projects. The RPM will also develop restoration projects with community partners for future design, implementation, or to support funding the project through a grant.
Institutional Giving Manager
This position is responsible for relationship support and funding lifecycle management with all institutional funders including government grant makers, public and private foundations and corporate sponsors. The Institutional Giving Manager supports the Development Director and programmatic leadership in identifying and securing program funding through grants and sponsorships and maintains internal systems for grant and sponsorship prospecting, proposal, reporting and stewardship. This position requires excellent writing and editing skills, the ability to maintain impeccable records, and strong personal time management and organization tools.
The Development Associate is responsible for helping meet organization-wide goals for cultivating and engaging donors through annual fund activities including appeal campaigns, workplace giving, social media, and events. They will assist in planning and lead execution of smaller fundraising and “friend-raising” events throughout the year, online campaigns such as Giving Tuesday, third-party and peer-to-peer fundraising events and campaigns. They will support the donor stewardship cycle for all donors, including gift entry and acknowledgement, and ensure that donor data is accurate and is entered in the database in a timely manner.
Water Quality Program Senior Coordinator
The Senior Water Quality Program Coordinator supports programmatic field & enforcement operations including compliance and ambient water quality monitoring, water quality data management, pollution investigation and reporting, and limited volunteer program activities. The Senior Water Quality Program Coordinator works closely with the Water Quality Scientist to ensure that programmatic field operations are carried out in a consistent manner that follows established Standard Operating Procedures. In addition, the Senior Water Quality Program Coordinator collaborates with the Water Quality Scientist and the Waterkeeper on the development and implementation of fundraising strategies for the Waterkeeper program.
Advocacy & Outreach Senior Manager
The Advocacy and Outreach Senior Manager manages Blue Water Baltimore’s public policy advocacy as it relates to the major causes of water pollution in the urban environment: stormwater runoff, sewage overflows, toxic contaminants, and trash. The position’s focus is on the local level, with limited engagement on statewide initiatives. This position will work with local community groups in Baltimore City and County and other organizations within Maryland’s environmental community to help us build a movement for clean water and ensure that the needs of Baltimore, its waterways, and its residents are met.
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Blue Water Baltimore values diversity, equity, and inclusion. Blue Water Baltimore is an equal opportunity employer, maintains a drug-free workplace, and complies with ADA regulations as applicable.