POST UPDATE: Thank you for your interest in the Habitat Manager role. As of December 6th, 2021, we are no longer accepting applications for this position.
Project Apis m. is seeking a Habitat Program Manager to join our team! Below are the details of the position, and you can download a copy of the position announcement HERE. Help us get the word out!
Project Apis m. is a 501(c)5 nonprofit organization founded in 2006. Project Apis m.’s mission is to fund and direct research to enhance the health and vitality of honey bee colonies while improving crop production. Project Apis m. (PAm) also builds programs to improve honey bee health such as best management practices and honey bee habitat programs. Project Apis m. 2.0 is a 501(c)3 nonprofit founded in 2017 to expand the reach of Project Apis m. to a new audience. The Bee & Butterfly Habitat Fund is a program of PAm 2.0. Project Apis m. is committed to creating a purposeful and intentional workspace for all employees and constituents. We are committed to inclusivity, learning, community, integrity, and humility.
The habitat program manager supports PAm’s mission by managing the Seeds for Bees Program in California, liaising with the Bee & Butterfly Habitat Fund in the Midwest, and interacting with research efforts on honey bee nutrition and habitat. The habitat program manager engages with farmers and almond growers in California’s central valley to recruit Seeds for Bees participants and to provide technical assistance to participants. This position represents Project Apis m. at national and regional meetings, providing an overview of all PAm’s programs, promoting our mission, and recruiting habitat participants. The successful applicant will exhibit enthusiasm toward and dedication to serving the beekeeping industry and crop production.
This is a full-time, exempt position. PAm operates remotely, employee location is preferably in the west, ideally in California. Some travel is necessary.
Annual Salary range $45,000-$55,000. Benefits include Health Insurance and a matched 401K, paid holidays, vacation, and sick time. This position has potential to grow into a Directorship role, linking habitat work across regions and programs.
Start date is in January 2022
To apply please email cover letter, resume and three references in one pdf to our operations director at email@example.com No calls please. The position is open until filled.
Organization Websites: projectapism.org and beeandbutterflyfund.org