Current Job Openings with Texas Land Trusts

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POSITION: Communications adn Marketing Manager


The Communications and Marketing Manager leads the communications and marketing efforts for the Galveston Bay Foundation (GBF), a growing nonprofit organization providing a voice for Galveston Bay. The position sets and guides the strategy for all communications, website, and public relations messages and collateral to consistently articulate GBF’s mission, vision, and values to external audiences and stakeholders. The ideal candidate is a self-directed, entrepreneurial strategic communications expert with experience building a team and a proven track record of success with earned and digital media, high-level stakeholder engagement, and positioning direct service or philanthropic organization(s) for their next level impact and influence. For a detailed job description, including duties, qualifications, requirements, and compensation, visit

To apply, email cover letter and resume to by Friday, October 29, 2021. Please reference position title in subject line of e-mail.



POSITION: Director of Development/ Education and Volunteer Manager


The Frontera Land Alliance (Frontera), a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, was founded in early 2004 when community members realized there was an urgent need to preserve some of the important remaining natural and working lands in the greater El Paso and southern New Mexico region. The organization has developed the knowledge and expertise to provide guidance to land owners wanting to maintain the character of their land. Frontera has long worked to build stronger relationships with El Paso Water [Utilities] and its Public Service Board, and with the City of El Paso and its Parks and Recreation Department. We are working with the National Park Service and other great partners on developing a regional map. In addition, Frontera is engaged in conversations with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Partners Program for habitat restoration work at the Wakeem/Teschner Nature Preserve of Resler Canyon.

We seek an energetic, motivated individual to serve as Frontera’s Director of Development who will be responsible for planning, organizing, and directing Frontera’s development program in accordance with the organization’s strategic plan. The Director of Development works closely with the Executive Director and the Board of Directors in all development and fundraising endeavors. For full job description contact:

We are also looking for an Education and Volunteer Manager. This person will join our team working to develop, plan, implement, evaluate and improve collaboration among members and strengthen our collective impact for conservation through education and outreach. The candidate will facilitate education and recreation-based programming across our region for all people. The hire will partner with community leaders and volunteers to ensure the success of the program. Volunteer outreach and recruitment will also be a key responsibility of this position. The successful candidate will be supervised by the Executive Director. For full job description contact: