Jobs & Internships
Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens is now seeking to fill the following positions in our equal opportunity, friendly, fast-paced and team-oriented environment:
Wait Staff: Excellent tip potential, 10am – 4pm including one weekend day, May – October or December. Must be friendly, team-oriented and able to use computer. Apply today to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Wait Staff” in subject line.
Salad Artist: 9am – 4pm weekends. Must go up/down stairs regularly; ServSafe certification is a plus. Competitive wage based on experience. Apply today to email@example.com with “Salad” in subject line.
Dishwasher: 10am – 4pm, full or part time including one weekend day. Must be team-oriented. Will lift 40 lbs occasionally, and go up/down stairs regularly. Competitive wage based on experience and promotion potential. Apply today to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Dishwasher” in subject line.
Will be responsible for deployment, regular maintenance and repair of the irrigation systems and certain water features. Responsible for mowing, weed removal, path upkeep and snow removal. Maintain related equipment including pumps. Requires three years’ experience in the layout, maintenance and repair of irrigation systems, cycles and controllers, as well as a working knowledge of groundskeeping practices. Requires ability to work independently and with a team. This full time, benefits eligible position will require scheduling flexibility depending on the demands of the work. Email resume and letter of interest to email@example.com with “Irrigation” in the subject line.
Sanitize restrooms, empty wastebaskets, sweep floors, dust furniture, wash windows, assist with meeting room set up and related tasks in a busy environment. Help provide a positive guest experience for thousands of visitors with your friendly attitude, attention to detail and organized housekeeping skills. Two full time positions are available, one seasonal and one year-round. Apply to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Housekeeper” in the subject line.
Philanthropy and Database Coordinator
Summary: The Philanthropy and Database Coordinator will maintain and manage the philanthropy database (The Raiser’s Edge) in support of the Philanthropy Department. The applicant will participate in gift and membership data entry, enter and track notes and actions for the purposes of stewardship, cultivation, mailings, emails, and more. The applicant will ensure the accurate capture of all relevant data by the most effective and efficient means possible. The Philanthropy Database Coordinator should be an exceptionally detailed professional with an aptitude for maintaining constituent relationship management systems, preferably in a nonprofit fundraising environment.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills with experience drafting and preparing business correspondence.
Proficiency with donor database; Raisers Edge preferred.
Strong organizational and problem-solving skills. Ability to manage priorities and workflow.
Email resume and letter of interest to email@example.com with “Philanthropy” in the subject line.