At Point Blue, we are team of committed, passionate, conservation scientists, researchers, educators, fundraisers, and administrators.  We all share a passion for making a difference in the health of our planet.

Please view our job postings and consider joining our team!

Rangeland Watershed Initiative Partner Biologist

The Rangeland Watershed Initiative Partner Biologist is a partnership position between the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and Point Blue Conservation Science that will focus on providing value added delivery of wildlife conservation programs on working lands through Farm Bill and other federal and state funding programs. This position is based in Oroville, CA.

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Coastal Ecologist

Work with partners, conduct fieldwork and supervise a field crew in this important coastal position.  Point Blue Conservation Science has conducted an intensive study of the breeding ecology of Snowy Plovers on Monterey Bay for over 30 years. Working closely with the United States Fish & Wildlife Service, California Department of Parks & Recreation, California Department of Fish & Wildlife and other partners, Point Blue biologists gather data which are used to formulate conservation actions designed to improve productivity and sustain the plover population and its coastal ecosystem.

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Sierra Nevada Bird Monitoring Positions

Up to 15 bird and vegetation survey technician positions and 1-3 crew leader positions available on multiple monitoring projects in the Sierra Nevada of California with Point Blue Conservation Science. This program offers a unique opportunity to explore and observe birds in some of the most beautiful landscapes in California, across a wide range of habitats, while collecting data to guide forest management in the Sierra Nevada and Southern Cascades. Field work covers a vast profile of elevations in coniferous forest, aspen, oak, meadow, and chaparral habitats, with a significant focus on collecting data in recently burned areas.

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Director of Institutional Philanthropy

The Director of Institutional Philanthropy (Director) will be responsible for securing foundation and agency funding for priority programs, and managing all aspects of Point Blue’s foundation relations. Reporting to the Chief Advancement Officer, the Director will collaborate with the Chief Science Officer, Group Directors, and other organizational leaders on the development and planning of strategic initiatives, assist staff scientists in the production of technical proposals and reports, write foundation proposals and reports, and support the advancement staff in written communications to major donors.

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Coastal Adaptation Program Leader

The Coastal Adaptation Program Leader (CAPL) will be responsible for executing the strategy and achieving the outcomes of Point Blue’s Protecting Our Shorelines Initiative (described below). As such, the CAPL will help natural resource managers and policy makers advance their adaptation efforts in the face of accelerating climate change, ocean acidification, increased storm frequency and intensity, habitat loss, and other stressors, leveraging Point Blue’s scientific, data, and informatics resources. The CAPL will also develop science-based policy and natural resource management recommendations.

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Point Blue is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate against applicants or employees because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, citizenship status, disability status of an otherwise qualified individual, membership or application for membership in a uniformed service, or membership in any other class protected by applicable law and will make reasonable accommodation for applicants with disabilities to complete the application and/or participate in the interview process.