Elizabeth River Project is looking to fill our Restoration Administrative Coordinator position. Make a
difference and change the world as you work for a mission that is restoring the health of an urban river.
Elizabeth River Project offers a flexible work environment with a hybrid option to work at home and in
The Restoration Administrative Coordinator is responsible for assisting with administering programs to
restore water quality and wildlife habitat in the Elizabeth River watershed, with an emphasis on grant
and contract support and other administrative tasks to ensure accurate book keeping and invoicing for
multiple federal grants and state and city contracts. The position assists with on-the-ground restoration
work, grant and contract development including scopes of work and budget allocation, coordination of
large stakeholder efforts such as the Watershed Action Plan and the Knitting Mill Creek Eco-corridor
plan, Virginia General Assembly policy tracking and advocacy, and overseeing university student interns.
The qualified candidate should have basic bookkeeping or small business management experience
and/or education, strong written and verbal communication skills, and a working understanding of
environmental stewardship is preferred. This position occasionally includes helping with on-the-ground
environmental restoration activities such as native plantings, wetland restoration and oyster reef
This is a full time position with a competitive salary range and a comprehensive benefits package.
To learn more about our mission and who we are, please visit www.elizabethriver.org. If you are
interested in joining our team, please send your resume and cover letter to HR Manager Jaye Hughes
email@example.com – or, search for this posting on LinkedIn to apply.
The Elizabeth River Project is an equal opportunity employer.