help protect state parks

California State Parks Foundation frequently seeks new employees to help us fulfill our mission of protecting, enhancing and advocating for California's magnificent state parks. We invite you to apply to become a member of our team.

Click on the positions below to learn more and apply.

Career Opportunities

California State Parks Foundation is seeking a strong candidate for a full-time position as the Salesforce Administrator. This candidate will possess experience working in and managing donor databases, and will ensure the integrity of and accurate input/output of all constituent information. The position will work closely with direct marketing vendors for all data tasks. It is critical that this candidate possess a solid understanding of non-profit fundraising, strong collaboration skills, and attention to detail.

The Salesforce Administrator will also manage aspects of Blackbaud Luminate Online, our integrated online CRM and fundraising platform, and work to resolve occasional integration errors, build queries and reports, execute import/export operations, and ensure custom fields and campaign references are mapped correctly between systems. Management of internal administrator accounts and privileges as necessary.

California State Parks Foundation is seeking a strong candidate for a full-time position as the Communications Manager. Reporting to the Director of Advancement and working in close collaboration with a team of development professionals as well as colleagues throughout the organization, this position manages CSPF’s communications/outreach efforts across platforms to a wide variety of audiences, including donors and members, volunteers, funders, policymakers, activists, the media, and the public. Excellent writing, editing, and proofreading skills are essential.

This is an exceptional opportunity to play a key leadership role in an organization whose work touches the lives of the nearly 75 million people who visit California’s state parks each year. CSPF has recently created a new vision and strategic objectives to galvanize greater support, increase resources and safeguard our parks for future generations. The Director of Advancement will work with a board, staff, and dozens of key partner organizations across the state to help implement this plan, and engage more Californians in stewarding their parks.

The Director of Advancement reports to the Executive Director, serves on the senior management team, and supervises a team of development and communications professionals, as well as contracted vendors and consultants. Working closely with the board of directors, staff, and volunteers, the Director of Advancement creates and manages a multi-year fund development and membership plan as well as a comprehensive communications and public relations program designed to support CSPF’s near term and long range goals. The Manager of Communications also reports to this position.

California State Parks Foundation

Please update your browser.

Our website does not support your browser because it is out of date.
Please update to a newer version of Internet Explorer (IE 8 or higher) here.
Check your version here. If you have a Internet Explorer 9 or newer and you are still receiving this message.
You may be have COMPATIBILITY VIEW enabled, read about that here to fix.
Or, for the best web experience, we recommend using Chrome, Firefox or Safari.