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Current Employment Opportunities at The Marine Mammal Center

The Marine Mammal Center is an equal opportunity, nonprofit employer. Thank you for your interest and please check back with us regularly to learn of future openings.

 

We currently have the following open positions available:

Manager, Teaching and Learning
Job Description:
The Manager, Teaching and Learning is a member of the Learning and Community team and reports to the Vice President, Learning and Community. The individual in this position is responsible for ensuring the best practices in curriculum and instruction are being implemented across our programs. This role works closely with a team of managers to provide leadership in program development, curriculum design, teacher coaching, instruction practices and evaluation to maximize program impact.

Location: Sausalito, California

Hours: Full-time

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Marine Mammal Pathology Fellowship
Job Description:
The Marine Mammal Pathology Fellowship will emphasize gross and microscopic diagnoses of cases originating from the animals rescued by the Center and admitted to the hospital for rehabilitation (mostly pinnipeds), carcasses (whales, dolphins, porpoises, southern sea otters, pinnipeds or sea turtles) found on approximately 600 miles of the central California coast, and cases submitted for diagnostic pathology by The Monterey Bay Aquarium or other affiliated agencies. Opportunities exist, and are encouraged, to conduct independent or collaborative research projects on marine mammal/vertebrate diseases in a wide variety of species and pursue advanced molecular diagnostic testing on case materials in our on-site laboratory and in collaboration with colleagues at UC Davis, UCSF and other Bay Area institutions.

Location: Sausalito, California

Hours: Full-time

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Senior Manager Institutional Giving
Job Description:
The Senior Manager, Institutional Giving will build and nurture a pipeline of institutional supporters to ensure new and dynamic partnerships. This position contributes to the Institutional Giving team’s objectives and key results through activities including but not limited to prospecting and outreach, stewardship, proposal and report development, and moving prospective donors through strategic and planned actions that result in philanthropic and other meaningful partnerships for the Center. This position will be responsible for launching and implementing newly created corporate giving strategies, managing the stewardship and acknowledgement calendar and activities, and overseeing the Center’s substantial in-kind giving program.

Location: Sausalito, California

Hours: Full-time

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Human Resources Generalist
Job Description:
The HR Generalist provides strong partnership across the organization through timely and reliable employee support that generates a high level of employee engagement, ensures fair and consistent handling of employee issues, enables supervisors to manage and support their teams well, and inspires confidence through effective communication, expert knowledge, and efficient escalation to resolve issues.

Location: Sausalito, California

Hours: Full-time

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Donor Services Associate
Job Description:
The Donor Services Associate is an integral part of our dynamic and high-energy Development and Communications team working in a highly collaborative environment to inspire support for the Center. This position provides database, administrative, and logistical support to the department and reports to the Donor Services Manager.

Location: Sausalito, California

Hours: Full-time

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Life Support and Facilities Manager
Job Description:
The Life Support and Facilities Manager reports to the Vice President of Operations. The individual in this position is responsible for the operation and maintenance of building and life support equipment across all of The Marine Mammal Center’s facilities. This position is part of a rotating on call and work schedule.

Location: Sausalito, California

Hours: Full-time

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Research Data Coordinator
Job Description:
The Research Data Coordinator promotes collaborative and cooperative research and data sharing efforts and improve and maintain database application functionality and data integrity within the Center’s animal stranding and medical record system. Specifically, the Research Data Coordinator manages specimen and data requests from internal and external researchers, educators, and other requestors.

Location: Sausalito, California

Hours: Full-time

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