National Wildlife Federation Jobs & Careers in Reston, VA

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3 days ago

Senior Manager, Corporate Relations – new

National Wildlife Federation Reston, VA

include research, prospecting, sales and the development of deals for sponsorship and promotional support. Additionally, this position plays a key… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Coordinator, Major Donor Relations (travel)

National Wildlife Federation Reston, VA

The Coordinator, Major Donor Relations is responsible for developing a series of NWF led invitation only travel events. This position will work… Glassdoor

9 days ago

Manager, Water Resources

National Wildlife Federation Washington, DC

will include building and maintaining the networks as well as serving as the key contact for grassroots activities related to Congress and the White… Glassdoor

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Larry J. Schweiger
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    Great staff, great benefits, bad management

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    Current Employee - Analyst  in  Reston, VA
    Current Employee - Analyst in Reston, VA

    I have been working at National Wildlife Federation full-time for more than 8 years


    Smart, passionate, dedicated staff with great work-life balance and benefits. Open work environment with lots of team collaboration. Near the bike trail & backs to park with beautiful wildlife setting in Reston.


    No opportunities for advancement, addiitonal training and limited work between departments. Major leadership/senior staff issues in leading staff. Morale is at an all time low.

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    Focus on creating opportunities for staff to work together, learn from each other, & build opportunities for the organization. Work with mid-level staff to build team morale and restart cross department teams.

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