Sightline Institute, the Pacific Northwest’s premier progressive think tank, seeks an office manager to help keep our systems running ship shape in support of a building a sustainable Northwest. The successful candidate will have a keen attention to detail, be able to juggle multiple tasks on an ongoing basis, and possess excellent communication skills. We’re looking for someone personable, resourceful and quick on his or her feet. The office manager has lead responsibility for making Sightline’s office run exceptionally well. S/he provides assistance to the executive director and the deputy director; coordinates volunteers; and supports organizational development and governance.
This position serves as troubleshooter for all staff but will be part of the development and operations team managed by the Senior Development Director. Each Sightline staff member serves as a community builder and ambassador of our mission and so a passion for a sustainable and equitable Northwest is a must!
Sustainability Think Tank in Search of Digital Communicator
January 28, 2015
Sightline Institute, the Northwest’s leading public policy think tank on sustainability issues, is seeking a digital communications whiz to join its team. The associate will help to promote Sightline’s work to Northwest media and decision makers and to assist in advancing the organization’s outreach to the region’s increasingly diverse communities.
Cascadia Consulting Group develops and implements innovative solutions to today’s environmental challenges. Founded in 1993, we work with private- and public-sector clients to advance sustainability through recycling and materials management, climate change mitigation and adaptation, energy efficiency, and water and natural resources management. The Cascadia team brings both expertise and creative thinking to research and analysis, strategic planning, program design and implementation, and outreach and evaluation.
Cascadia Consulting GroupSeattle, WA and Oakland, CA
Northwest SEED, a nonprofit organization that empowers community scale clean energy, is in search of
a Development Manager that will create and execute fundraising strategies to excite individuals and
institutions about our work. Supporting Northwest SEED’s growth, the Development Manager conducts a range of fundraising activities, including research, grant writing, and donor management.
This position reports to the Executive Director and works closely with administrative and program staff,