Laguna Canyon Foundation is a wonderful place to work!
Founded in 1990, Laguna Canyon Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and protecting the South Coast Wilderness, a 22,000-acre network of open space surrounding Laguna Beach in Orange County, California which is on traditional lands of the Tongva and Acjachemen peoples. We acquire open space to add to system of protected lands that make up the South Coast Wilderness, offer education programs for school children and the general public, maintain and improve trails, restore habitat and conduct other land management activities throughout the South Coast Wilderness. LCF is an equal opportunity employer and encourages BIPOC candidates, those identifying as LGBTQIA+ and other people from groups traditionally underrepresented in the environmental field to apply.
Supporting the Senior Executive team and working with people – internally and externally – across diverse disciplines, the goal of the Resource Coordinator is to fulfill constituent, community, board, outside partners and staff data and administrative requirements.
Duties and Responsibilities
Fundraising and Outreach
• Assist in managing constituent database system, e.g., maintain accurate records, create reports and track engagement.
• Develop moves management system and effective donor stewardship program.
• Coordinate select campaigns and fundraising efforts.
• Coordinate community events; attend as required.
• Assist with posting events, preparing waivers and other outreach efforts.
• Schedule community meetings and follow-ups for Executive Director.
• Prepare presentation materials, including PowerPoints.
• Coordinate and track regular internal budget meetings; provide accounting reports to project managers as needed, ensuring monthly budget tasks are completed
• Coordinate facility resources, including purchasing supplies, and coordinating repairs.
• Track and order marketing materials and volunteer supplies.
• Schedule and set up for internal team meetings.
• Gather and upload required documents and reports to specified websites.
• Board administration: schedule meetings, respond to board requests, maintain term limits, prepare agendas and take minutes.
• General administrative duties, including answering phones and getting mail.
• Some weekend work required.
• Other duties as assigned.
• Excellent work ethic, responsible, punctual, attention to detail, organized, self-motivated.
• Positive attitude and willingness to take on new tasks and projects.
• Ability to gather and align necessary resources against schedule, especially under multiple deadlines and changing project demands.
• Ability to establish cooperation among staff and departments.
• Confident enough to develop constituent relationships and build rapport with staff, outside partners and board members.
• Impeccable written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills. Ability to organize information in a clear and concise manner.
• Proven experience in a professional office environment and sound knowledge of general administration processes.
• Proficient in Word, Excel, Sharepoint, WordPress, and particularly PowerPoint and database management.
• Salesforce, Smart Sheet, and video-conferencing proficiency a plus.
• Two to 5 years relevant experience; college degree preferred.
• Commitment to continuous learning.
Salary will be in the range of $44,000 annually, commensurate with experience.
To apply email cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org