Employment and Internship Opportunities

Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) protects New England’s environment for the benefit of all people. A nonprofit, member-supported organization, CLF uses the law, science and the market to solve the region’s most challenging environmental problems from climate change to ocean conservation to transportation. Every day, CLF advocates stand up for New Englanders — in statehouses, courthouses and boardrooms, regulatory hearings and community gatherings — to forge innovative paths to environmental progress and economic prosperity for all in our region. To that end, CLF works with communities of color, and also communities that are economically or otherwise disadvantaged, which often suffer disproportionately the impacts of environmental degradation. CLF is committed to representing New England’s diversity in our staff, volunteers, boards and membership and creating a positive, inclusive workplace culture where all can thrive. People of color are encouraged to apply.

 

Cavers Internships

CLF seeks law students who are interested in dedicating a summer to advance cutting edge legal strategies and policy solutions.

Cavers legal interns are paired with an experienced attorney in one of our four program areas focusing on clean air, clean energy and climate change; clean water; ocean conservation; or transportation and environmental justice. Over the course of the summer, interns support CLF’s mission by researching legal issues and drafting documents ranging from internal strategy memos to public comments and portions of motions and briefs. Interns have the opportunity to meet with high level state and federal agency officials and work with other environmental organizations, local activist groups, and environmental justice communities in New England.

This program was created to honor the memory of David Cavers, a strong supporter of CLF. David worked with CLF from 1981 until his death in November of 2000. As a Director, he was integral in steering the organization through many of the tough battles that led to the prominence it enjoys today. During his time at CLF, David took great satisfaction in mentoring law students and preparing them for careers as effective environmental advocates.

The Cavers Internship requires a commitment of 12 weeks of full time work and includes a stipend.
Although CLF only provides funding for summer law clerks through the Cavers program, a limited number of additional unpaid internship positions maybe available to law students not seeking funding.

CLF has a long history of protecting New England’s environment and the health of its people and communities. We craft innovative solutions to the region’s most pressing environmental problems. The environmental issues that CLF seeks to address affect everyone, regardless of race, ethnicity, income or gender. Unfortunately, some communities continue to disproportionately bear the brunt of impacts of air and water pollution, poor transportation options, etc. Promoting environmental justice to reverse these inequities and build a healthier future for all people of New England, therefore, is an integral component of our work. CLF recognizes that to fully understand and successfully overcome barriers to equal access to a clean and healthy environment as well as livable communities, we need to bring together the best and brightest talent that reflects the diversity of the communities most affected by environmental impacts – communities that often are under-represented in the field of environmental advocacy. CLF is therefore committed to actively and specifically recruiting law students of color as part of our recruitment policy.

Rolling acceptance of applications begins in September and ends on February 1, 2015. As hiring decisions are made on a rolling basis, applicants are strongly encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

How To Apply: Please send the following documents (in PDF format) to the email address indicated below for the office to which you would like to apply.

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Contact information for 2-3 references
  • Law School transcripts
  • Writing sample

Your email header should state your Name and “Cavers Internship.”

You may also send your application by mail, although email is preferred.

For consideration for an intern position in our Boston, MA office, please send your application materials to internships@clf.org. The mailing address for this office is:

Conservation Law Foundation
Attn: Boston Legal Intern Committee
62 Summer Street
Boston, MA 02110

In addition to our Boston office, CLF has offices in Portland, ME; Concord, NH; Providence, RI; and Montpelier, VT. If you are interested in a Cavers Internship at one of these offices, please send your application directly to the contact listed below. Deadlines, stipend, and time requirements may differ from office to office.

For consideration for an intern position in our Portland, ME office, please send your application materials to internshipME@clf.org. The mailing address for this office is:

Conservation Law Foundation
Attn: Ivy Frignoca
53 Exchange St., Suite 200
Portland, ME 04101

For consideration for an intern position in our Concord, NH office, please send your application materials to internshipNH@clf.org. The mailing address for this office is:

Conservation Law Foundation
Attn: Dorene Hartford
27 North Main Street
Concord, NH 03301

For consideration for an intern position in our Providence, RI office, please send your application materials to internshipRI@clf.org. The mailing address for this office is:

Conservation Law Foundation
Attn: Tricia Jedele
55 Dorrance Street
Providence, RI 02903

For consideration for an intern position in our Montpelier, VT office, please send your application materials to internshipVT@clf.org. The mailing address for this office is:

Conservation Law Foundation
Attn: Sandy Levine
15 East State Street, Suite 4
Montpelier, VT 05602

Legal Fellows

Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) is a regional environmental advocacy organization that protects New England’s environment for the benefit of all people. CLF seeks to sponsor two or more candidates for public interest law fellowships supported by outside funding. Funding for public interest law fellowships is available from various sources, including some law schools, Skadden, Equal Justice Works, foundations, and others. Candidates are encouraged to come prepared with ideas for funding sources, but CLF will work with selected candidates to identify appropriate sources of funding and develop proposals. A fellowship at CLF gives an entry-level lawyer the opportunity to spend 1-2 years as a staff attorney at a highly-respected environmental non-profit. Each position commences in the fall of 2016. Each fellow would be located at one of our five offices (Boston, MA; Providence, RI; Portland, ME; Concord, NH; and Montpelier,
VT).

These legal fellow positions are in CLF’s Healthy Communities and Environmental Justice (HCEJ) program. CLF’s HCEJ program works to ensure that New England’s communities, both urban and rural, are thriving, healthy places for all people. Legal fellows will contribute to all areas of work in CLF’s HCEJ program, and in particular will provide support to CLF’s transportation and environmental justice advocacy and CLF’s Farm and Food Initiative. CLF’s transportation advocacy uses law and policy to support deployment of cleaner, more efficient, and socially just transportation alternatives, like transit, bicycling, and pedestrian access. CLF’s Farm and Food Initiative uses law and policy tools to support sustainable agriculture efforts in New England, helping to shape and foster a robust and healthy local food system. CLF serves as an ally to environmental justice communities, offering our law and policy skills to help communities achieve their goals.

Ideal candidates are third-year law students, judicial clerks, or recent law graduates with a demonstrated interest in environmental protection and healthy communities. Applicants should be interested in public policy work as well as litigation. Applicants must be admitted to a state bar or planning to take the bar exam for the appropriate CLF state, as applicable, July of 2015 or February of 2016. Applicants must have excellent legal advocacy and writing skills, and must be willing to interact and build effective working relationships with community organizations and government agencies.

CLF staff will work with selected candidates to fully develop fellowship proposals, including specific projects, if appropriate. Salary and benefits will be determined by the terms of the fellowship.

To apply: Send your resume titled “your last name-first initial-resume” (e.g. “SMITH J RESUME”) and a detailed cover letter titled “your last name-first initial-cover” (e.g. “SMITH J COVER”) to careers@clf.org. Please make “Legal Fellow” the subject of your e-mail. In your application, please indicate whether you have a location preference and whether you have identified specific sources of funding. Applications must be filed with CLF in a timely manner that allows sufficient preparation before fellowship applications are due (e.g., Equal Justice Works due September 18, Skadden due October 5). No phone calls please. [Revised 7/23/2015]

Legal Internships, Unpaid – Fall, Winter, and Spring

CLF seeks law students who are interested in dedicating an academic term to advance cutting edge legal strategies and policy solutions.

CLF’s legal interns are paired with an experienced attorney in one of our four program areas focusing on clean air, clean energy and climate change; clean water; ocean conservation; or transportation and environmental justice. Over the course of the internship term, interns support CLF’s mission by researching legal issues and drafting documents ranging from internal strategy memos to public comments and portions of motions and briefs. Interns have the opportunity to meet with high level state and federal agency officials and work with other environmental organizations, local activist groups, and environmental justice communities in New England.

CLF’s fall, winter, and spring unpaid legal internships require a commitment of at least two full days per week for at least 10 weeks. These internships do not include a stipend.

CLF has a long history of protecting New England’s environment and the health of its people and communities. We craft innovative solutions to the region’s most pressing environmental problems. The environmental issues that CLF seeks to address affect everyone, regardless of race, ethnicity, income or gender. Unfortunately, some communities continue to disproportionately bear the brunt of impacts of air and water pollution, poor transportation options, etc. Promoting environmental justice to reverse these inequities and build a healthier future for all people of New England, therefore, is an integral component of our work. CLF recognizes that to fully understand and successfully overcome barriers to equal access to a clean and healthy environment as well as livable communities, we need to bring together the best and brightest talent that reflects the diversity of the communities most affected by environmental impacts – communities that often are under-represented in the field of environmental advocacy. CLF is therefore committed to actively and specifically recruiting law students of color as part of our recruitment policy.

Rolling acceptance of applications continues year-round, but an application must be received at least one month before the prospective start date of the internship. Start and end dates are flexible, with a fall internship typically beginning the last week of August, a winter internship typically beginning in November, and a spring internship typically beginning at the end of January. As hiring decisions are made on a rolling basis, applicants are strongly encouraged to apply as far in advance as possible.

How To Apply: Please send the following documents (in PDF format) to the email address indicated below for the office to which you would like to apply. Please also make the file name of each document “your last name-first initial-[document]” (e.g., “SMITH J COVER”).

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Contact information for 2-3 references
  • Law School transcripts (unofficial transcripts are acceptable)
  • Writing sample

Your email header should state your Name and “[Fall, Winter, or Spring] Legal Internship.”

Only email applications will be accepted. The mailing address is given for reference only.

For consideration for an intern position in our Boston, MA office, please send your application materials to internships@clf.org. The mailing address for this office is:

Conservation Law Foundation
Attn: Boston Legal Intern Committee
62 Summer Street
Boston, MA 02110

In addition to our Boston office, CLF has offices in Portland, ME; Concord, NH; Providence, RI; and Montpelier, VT. If you are interested in a fall, winter, or spring internship at one of these offices, please send your application directly to the contact listed below. Deadlines and time requirements may differ from office to office.

For consideration for an intern position in our Portland, ME office, please send your application materials to internshipME@clf.org. The mailing address for this office is:

Conservation Law Foundation
Attn: Ben Tettlebaum
53 Exchange St., Suite 200
Portland, ME 04101

For consideration for an intern position in our Concord, NH office, please send your application materials to internshipNH@clf.org. The mailing address for this office is:

Conservation Law Foundation
Attn: Dorene Hartford
27 North Main Street
Concord, NH 03301

For consideration for an intern position in our Providence, RI office, please send your application materials to internshipRI@clf.org. The mailing address for this office is:

Conservation Law Foundation
Attn: Tricia Jedele
55 Dorrance Street
Providence, RI 02903

For consideration for an intern position in our Montpelier, VT office, please send your application materials to internshipVT@clf.org. The mailing address for this office is:

Conservation Law Foundation
Attn: Sandy Levine
15 East State Street, Suite 4
Montpelier, VT 05602

Ocean Conservation Program Intern

Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) is seeking an Ocean Conservation Program Summer Intern to conduct a variety of research, writing, and administrative tasks to enrich and promote the advocacy work of its Ocean Conservation program. The Ocean Conservation Program Intern will primarily assist with creating original content and conducting social media outreach for blogs managed by the Ocean Conservation Program that foster informed discussion about New England ocean issues. He or she will also be expected to complete a variety of other tasks, including research projects of interest to the Ocean Conservation Program initiatives and occasional administrative tasks to increase the organization and efficiency of the Ocean Conservation team.

The Ocean Conservation Program intern will be based in CLF’s Boston office and will report to the Ocean Conservation Program Assistant.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Preferred major in ocean or marine studies
  • Exceptional research, analytical, organizational, and writing skills;
  • A strong and demonstrated interest in environmental advocacy and policy, preferably including a basic understanding of fisheries management and ocean conservation issues;
  • Experience working with the Microsoft Office Suite and social media tools such as Facebook and Twitter; knowledge of WordPress content management system and Adobe Photoshop is a plus, but not required;
  • The ability to work independently and take initiative;
  • A strong commitment to CLF’s mission, a strong work ethic, and a positive attitude.

General Responsibilities:

  • Research and draft blog posts for publication on New England Ocean Odyssey, TalkingFish.org, and the CLF Scoop;
  • Use social media tools to market blog content and track views and sharing;
  • Assist with research on a variety of ocean-related topics that are of mutual interest to the Ocean Conservation Program staff and the Ocean Program intern;
  • Assist with administrative tasks, including indexing press clips and documents and assisting with file organization.

The Ocean Conservation Program Internship is an unpaid summer internship and requires a minimum commitment of three days a week. Interested candidates should to send a cover letter (e.g. “SMITH J COVER), resume (e.g. “SMITH J RESUME), and a writing sample to Human Resources at internships@clf.org. Application materials must be received no later than March 4, 2016. [posted 2/3/2016]

Staff Accountant, Massachusetts

Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) is seeking a full-time Staff Accountant to work in its finance department. Reporting to the Director of Finance, the incumbent will perform a variety of accounting functions outlined in detail below. The position is non-exempt and is based in CLF’s downtown Boston office.

Responsibilities:

  • Accounts Payable functions: processing, paying invoices and reconciling AP account monthly
  • Communicating with vendors and CLF staff on a regular basis
  • Preparation and mailing of 1099 forms each January
  • Preparation of biweekly payroll, including allocations and time tracking
  • Strong familiarity with CLF’s chart of accounts, especially expenses
  • Maintain finance department files: AP, contracts, W-9s, cash receipts, payroll, etc.
  • Preparation of Journal Entries and other tasks associated with month-end & year-end close
  • Ongoing documentation of and efforts to improve systems and processes
  • Accounts Receivable functions: processing invoices and Journal Entries, daily check deposits, maintaining cash files, daily reconciliation of cash accounts
  • Trustee of office Petty cash; reconciling and distribution
  • Assist office managers and other assistants with coding and obtaining approval for invoice payments
  • Reconciliation and Journal Entry for all Corporate Credits Cards; maintaining all records and approvals
  • Ongoing communication with vendors and office managers to ensure timely delivery of required invoices, approvals and backup
  • Maintain accounts payable e-mail box for all A/P invoices; transfer invoices to remote delivery versus paper for any/all new vendors and any existing vendors with ability to remotely deliver invoices
  • Other tasks as assigned by the Finance Director

Qualifications

  • Associate’s degree (or better)
  • 3+ years working in a professional nonprofit accounting department
  • Accuracy and attention to detail
  • Highly organized
  • Problem-solving and analytical skills a plus
  • Articulate in oral and written communication
  • Familiarity with nonprofit Financial Statements
  • Intermediate-level proficiency (or better) with Microsoft Excel and other MS Office applications
  • Proficiency with financial software, preferably Blackbaud’s Financial Edge
  • General Ledger account reconciliation experience
  • Ability to work independently and also as part of a team
  • Commitment to CLF’s mission
  • Accounts payable and payroll file maintenance experience
  • Sense of humor
  • Comfortable giving and receiving candid and supportive feedback
  • Flexibility and initiative; ability to take on independent projects
  • Pride in work, respect for others, and openness to different viewpoints.

Salary and Benefits
CLF offers a competitive salary, an extensive benefits plan, and an open, inclusive and accepting work environment where differences are highly respected.

To Apply
Send your resume titled “your last name-first initial-resume” (e.g. “SMITH J RESUME”) and a detailed cover letter titled “your last name-first initial-cover” (e.g. “SMITH J COVER”) to careers@clf.org. Please make “Staff Accountant” the subject of your e-mail. No phone calls please.

Staff Attorney, Massachusetts

Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) is seeking a staff attorney to work in its Massachusetts Advocacy Center. Working with the director of the Massachusetts Advocacy Center, as well as advocacy program directors, the Massachusetts staff attorney will be responsible for identifying and implementing cutting-edge solutions to a variety of compelling environmental problems in Massachusetts and regionally. Responsibilities will include negotiating, litigating, advancing policy changes, coalition building, and communicating with the press and the public.

This position is based in CLF’s Boston office.

The ideal candidate will:

  • Be a highly motivated individual with three to five years experience practicing environmental law;
  • Have experience working with state and federal environmental laws;
  • Have litigation experience at state court, federal district court, and/or appellate levels;
  • Have excellent analytic abilities, exemplary oral and written communication skills, and a commitment to environmental advocacy;
  • Have the ability to understand and explain scientific issues related to CLF’s environmental advocacy;
  • Be able to devise legal strategies for achieving advocacy goals;
  • Be able to manage multiple advocacy projects;
  • Be a mature self-starter, able to work both independently and as a productive team member;
  • Be a persuasive, credible, well-prepared advocate;
  • Have the capacity to develop expertise in relevant non-legal technical or policy areas;

General Advocacy Work

  • Litigate citizen enforcement cases under various provisions of environmental statutes, including the Clean Water Act, the Clean Air Act and the Magnuson Stevens Act;
  • Represent CLF in a variety of state and federal policy making venues, including state public utilities commissions and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission;
  • Negotiate settlement agreements including civil penalties, injunctive relief and fee and cost recovery;
  • Work effectively with administrative support staff;
  • Work with other CLF attorneys and communications and policy specialists;
  • Advise community groups and other advocacy groups on legal and policy matters;
  • Build alliances and coalitions among community groups, public officials, business interests, and advocacy organizations;
  • Write public educational materials, articles and opinion pieces;
  • Educate and advocate to local, state and federal legislatures and administrations;
  • Engage in public outreach and speaking on advocacy initiatives;
  • Represent CLF and others in federal and state court litigation and administrative proceedings or coordinate CLF’s participation in such proceedings;
  • Work with the media to amplify and disseminate CLF’s work and policy goals.

Management Responsibilities

 Participate in efforts to raise financial support for individual initiatives and for the organization as a whole, and prepare funder reports and related materials as requested by the Massachusetts advocacy center director and/or program directors;

  • Be actively involved in the mentoring and recruiting activities for interns, staff and volunteers;
  • Prepare and present for management and board approval proposals for new work;
  • Participate in program strategic planning.

Experience in a nonprofit public interest advocacy setting is highly desirable. A candidate must be a registered member of the Massachusetts State Bar.

Salary and Benefits

CLF offers a competitive salary, an extensive benefits plan, and an open, inclusive and accepting work environment where differences are highly respected.

To Apply

Send your resume titled “your last name-first initial-resume” (e.g. “SMITH J RESUME”) and a detailed cover letter titled “your last name-first initial-cover” (e.g. “SMITH J COVER”) to careers@clf.org. Please make “Staff Attorney” the subject of your e-mail. No phone calls please. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Staff Attorney, Maine

Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) is seeking a staff attorney to work in its Maine Advocacy Center. Working with the director of the Maine Advocacy Center, as well as advocacy program directors, the Maine staff attorney will be responsible for identifying and implementing cutting-edge solutions to a variety of compelling environmental problems in Maine and regionally. Responsibilities will include negotiating, litigating, advancing policy changes, coalition building, and communicating with the press and the public.

This position is based in CLF’s Portland, Maine office.

The ideal candidate will:
 

  • Be a highly motivated individual with one to three years experience practicing environmental law;
  • Have experience working with state and federal environmental laws;
  • Have litigation experience at state court, federal district court, and/or appellate levels;
  • Have excellent analytic abilities, exemplary oral and written communication skills, and a commitment to environmental advocacy;
  • Have the ability to understand and explain scientific issues related to CLF’s environmental advocacy;
  • Be able to devise legal strategies for achieving advocacy goals;
  • Be able to manage multiple advocacy projects;
  • Be a mature self-starter, able to work both independently and as a productive team member;
  • Be a persuasive, credible, well-prepared advocate;
  • Have the capacity to develop expertise in relevant non-legal technical or policy areas;

General Advocacy Work
 

  • Litigate citizen enforcement cases under various provisions of environmental statutes, including the Clean Water Act and the Clean Air Act;
  • Negotiate settlement agreements including civil penalties, injunctive relief and fee and cost recovery;
  • Work effectively with administrative support staff;
  • Work with other CLF attorneys and communications and policy specialists;
  • Advise community groups and other advocacy groups on legal and policy matters;
  • Build alliances and coalitions among community groups, public officials, business interests, and advocacy organizations;
  • Write public educational materials, articles and opinion pieces;
  • Educate and advocate to local, state and federal legislatures and administrations;
  • Engage in public outreach and speaking on advocacy initiatives;
  • Represent CLF and others in federal and state court litigation and administrative proceedings or coordinate CLF’s participation in such proceedings;
  • Work with the media to amplify and disseminate CLF’s work and policy goals.

Management Responsibilities

  • Participate in efforts to raise financial support for individual initiatives and for the organization as a whole, and prepare funder reports and related materials as requested by the Maine advocacy center director and/or program directors;
  • Be actively involved in the mentoring and recruiting activities for interns, staff and volunteers;
  • Prepare and present for management and board approval proposals for new work;
  • Participate in program strategic planning.

Experience in a nonprofit public interest advocacy setting is highly desirable. A candidate must be a registered member of the Maine State Bar.

Salary and Benefits

CLF offers a competitive salary, an extensive benefits plan, and an open, inclusive and accepting work environment where differences are highly respected.

To Apply

Send your resume titled “your last name-first initial-resume” (e.g. “SMITH J RESUME”) and a detailed cover letter titled “your last name-first initial-cover” (e.g. “SMITH J COVER”) to careers@clf.org. Please make “Staff Attorney” the subject of your e-mail. No phone calls please.

Vice President for Finance and Management

Responsibilities

Organizational Planning and Reporting
• Provide primary support for the President in comprehensive annual planning (including Board of Trustees and State Boards) and reporting, with emphasis on quantification.
• Lead a cohesive annual process for objective setting and budgeting, including department and state objectives, and performance and financial reporting.
• Ensure linkage of yearly objectives and budgets to five-year goals, objectives and financial plan to achieve optimal staffing, strong financial health and overall results.

Department Management
• Lead Finance & Management (F&M) to ensure that CLF strategies and operations are clearly aligned and implemented well, with appropriate balance of internal controls and decentralization / empowerment across CLF.
• Motivate F&M staff to perform their jobs with excellence and to represent CLF culture and values.
• Remain up-to-date on best practices / current trends in non-profit management and leadership in order to optimize department performance.

Accounting and Finance
• Serve as chief financial officer for the organization, overseeing a staff of three in this area, ensuring the sound use and management of organizational finances, while following Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
• Ensure CLF establishes and executes meaningful financial policies, procedures, controls, and systems. Produce timely monthly financial statements. Achieve a clean annual audit.
• Develop and implement systems with V.P. for Development which budget and track unrestricted and restricted grants and individual contributions, provide necessary proposed and actual budgets for Foundation work, and provide strict control over requesting budgeted versus unbudgeted contributions.
• Create monthly/quarterly financial statements and performance reports. Ensure that financial reports are robust to enable oversight by senior staff, the Finance Committee, the Board of Trustees, and donors.
• Oversee cash management to ensure proper liquidity and to maximize interest earned on cash.
• Assists Investment Committee in overseeing endowment and other invested funds.
• Support Audit, Investment, and Finance Committees by setting agendas and engaging board members in executing their fiduciary responsibilities.

Human Resources and Organizational Development
• Oversee, with part time assistance from two staff, all HR functions to ensure that CLF is a great place to work, most notably in the areas of recruiting and retaining employees, providing a competitive compensation package (including benefits), and maintaining a vibrant culture.
• Oversee HR’s ongoing and yearly evaluation and compensation strategies that motivate excellent performance toward mission and financial objectives, longevity and an organization-wide orientation.
• Guide HR in developing its human capital via the planning and implementation of collegial events and training programs.
• Ensure that HR’s overall orientation is strategic, on top of its excellent operational performance.

Facilities Management in Boston
• Create and implement long and short-term space planning, consistent with objectives of the organization.
• Plan, budget and implement short-term (1 year) and multi-year proactive infrastructure plan for facility.
• Oversee Manager of Building Operations’ day-to-day maintenance operation for rental and CLF space.
• Lease and support rental space to maximize benefit to CLF.

Information Technology
• Guide Manager of IT in creating and implementing a multi-year information technology strategy that supports CLF’s strategic and annual plans.
• Fully engage all departments to work together to build an integrated system with strong cross-department linkages.

Required Skills and Experience

  • MBA or equivalent experience and knowledge.
  • At least 5 years of financial and operations management experience in progressively responsible leadership roles, primarily in a nonprofit organization funded by a mix of restricted grants, contracts and individual contributions, and preferably with field offices and multiple entities.
  • Demonstrated leadership and communication skills across all levels of an organization, across departments, with field offices and with Board of Trustees. Ability to create a culture of fiscal responsibility throughout the organization especially important.
  • Substantive experience in overseeing IT as well as implementing and managing software systems.
  • Experience and enthusiasm for emphasizing talent management as a philosophy and motivating a strong culture.
  • A strong commitment to the mission of the organization.

How To Apply
All applicants must review the CLF website at www.clf.org, to familiarize themselves with the organization before applying. Candidates should submit a resume and cover letter directly to msalkin@amsolutions.net describing their qualifications, interests, AND how they’d fit into this role as part of the CLF team. Be sure to put “CLF VP Finance & Management” in the subject line of the email. No phone calls please. [reposted 2/3/2016]