Greenbelt Alliance addresses a single challenge: how the Bay Area handles growth. We are the only Bay Area organization that holistically addresses land-use issues across our region—from land conservation to smart growth development.
Join our team to help us create a Bay Area where the natural and agricultural lands that provide so much to our region are protected and where everyone can live in a thriving neighborhood that they are proud to call home.
Director of Climate & Resilience
Greenbelt Alliance is seeking a Director of Climate & Resilience with a background in and passion for the intersection between climate change and land use. This position will be responsible for developing and implementing programmatic strategies for climate-smart growth and conservation around the Bay Area. The Director will also work with the CEO on the development and evolution of the organization’s strategic direction and manage the program team across the region.
Corporate and Foundation Relations Manager
Greenbelt Alliance is looking for a strategic, creative thinker that has a proven track record in fundraising, relationship management, business development, and/or foundation and corporate engagement to join our team. The Corporate and Foundation Relations Manager is responsible for managing a portfolio of corporate and foundation donors while sourcing and cultivating potential corporations not currently a sponsor of Greenbelt Alliance.
Greenbelt Alliance welcomes volunteer interns for a variety of positions. All volunteer internships are unpaid. To apply for a volunteer internship with Greenbelt Alliance, please follow the application instructions provided in the position description.
Volunteer South Bay Campaigns Intern
Greenbelt Alliance is seeking a highly motivated individual for a rewarding internship in community organizing and policy advocacy based in our San Jose Field Office.
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Just as Greenbelt Alliance works to create a better Bay Area, we also strive to better ourselves as an organization. To guide that continued improvement our staff and Board of Directors identified and adopted the following values. They reflect who we are as an organization, what we search for in our team members, and the internal standard we use to measure our work.
Advance Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
Reflect the complete spectrum of Bay Area residents, ensure equitable processes, and prioritize marginalized and underrepresented communities.
Break down silos, amplify strengths, and support individual and organizational growth.
Encourage an environment where it is safe to express your opinions, bravely engage new ideas, and take smart, calculated risks.
Communicate with Depth and Positivity
Clearly communicate expectations, listen carefully, and always assume best intent.
Recognize, understand, and appreciate the unique perspective and shared humanity of others.
Honor your commitments to yourself and your team, and accept the vulnerability of admitting when you cannot.
Foster a culture of trust by sharing information, decision-making strategies, and compensation ranges at all levels.
Channel the inherent joy of doing work you believe in towards creating a positive environment.