Save the Redwoods League

Chief Operating Officer

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Save the Redwoods League seeks a dynamic and experienced Chief Operating Officer to play a pivotal role in driving sustainable organizational operations and growth and operationalizing the League’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Save the Redwoods League works to accelerate the pace of redwood conservation by acquiring and restoring redwood forests at scale. It connects people to these iconic landscapes by increasing access and improving parks and programs in the redwood range. Protected redwood forests, scaled restoration, and a landscape of responsibly managed working forests are critical investments in forest health and sustainability. By maximizing the climate resilience, biodiversity, tribal engagement, and community benefit of this globally unique ecosystem, The League believes that California can lead a new worldwide era of forest stewardship and climate resilience. 

The League is embarking on a Centennial Vision for Redwoods Conservation that will double the size of the protected coastal redwood forest, put young forests on the path to becoming old-growth at a landscape scale, restore the natural fire resilience of the Giant Sequoia, and connect people to these magical places through magnificent parks. Realizing this vision will require everyone who loves the redwoods to get behind this ambitious effort.

The Chief Operating Officer (COO) will provide critical leadership as the League embarks on a new chapter to thoughtfully carry the organization through a period of growth and transformation. The COO will manage the day-to-day internal operations of the organization, operationalize best practices, maximize efficiency as the organization grows in impact and size, and steward our commitment to and implementation of our diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) plan.

Location 

This position is expected to be in our San Francisco office one or more days per week. Travel will be required approximately 10% of the time. This position may be required to occasionally work long hours and weekends.

Compensation  

This is a full-time, exempt, benefit-eligible position. The anticipated annual salary for this position is $215,000, commensurate with experience. The League provides a comprehensive benefits package, including vacation and holiday pay, sick leave, and gym, commute, and home office expense reimbursement. It offers a generous employer-supplemented health benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, and teletherapy, as well as a health savings account (HSA) plan, pre-tax flexible spending accounts, long-term disability and life insurance, and a 401(k) retirement plan.

Start Date 

Early 2024 

To Apply

Select “Apply” below. Applications should include a resume and a cover letter describing your qualifications that match the position criteria and what you will bring to the role. 

For More Information

More information on Save the Redwoods League can be found at savetheredwoods.org.
For additional information regarding this opportunity, please contact: Jena Kuznik, Senior Consultant, Potrero Group, jkuznik@potrerogroup.com

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