So you like dirt, trees, clean storm drains, and puppy dogs too?! Well then, we're glad you found your way to our job opportunities.
Although our headquarters is in a renovated warehouse near Fountain Square (across from Dairy Queen and Sam's Silver Circle. . . double score), we serve residents and communities all over Marion County. From cleanups to tree plantings, KIB works in all places, with all people, in all weather.
DIrector of Development
Promotes and supports the mission and goals of Keep Indianapolis Beautiful through fund development efforts including gifts from corporations, foundations, and individuals. Responsible for planning, implementing, and evaluating KIB's giving programs raising a total of approximately $2 million annually.
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We currently have no part-time positions available.
Applications for this year's Urban Naturalists are closed! Check back in 2023 for them to open.
CLICK HERE to read the full job description and see if you're interested in joining the team in 2023!
The Urban Naturalist program at KIB works to naturalize, preserve, and maintain the urban ecosystems in Indianapolis. We are seeking individuals who promote professionalism, are interested in gaining hands-on horticultural and arboricultural training, learning personal and environmental responsibility, and who are happy working in a team of college students.
Applications are now closed! Check back for applications to open for 2023
The Youth Tree Team helps our city's trees grow! YTT is a seven-week summer job for high school students and college-age leaders who are interested in improving their community through tree care and gaining leadership experience. Work season runs June through July; extended spring and fall employment is possible. Download full job descriptions for both YTT Members and YTT Leaders.
No internship positions are currently available.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER STATEMENT
KIB helps people and nature thrive most effectively when we reflect the diversity of perspectives, voices, and abilities found throughout our city. The principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion are essential to our work, from supporting biodiversity in nature to engaging communities.
KIB is an equal opportunity employer that encourages applicants, including persons of color, people who are LGBTQIA+, veterans, people who are multilingual or multicultural, and individuals of various ages and abilities to help us create a team with a broad range of backgrounds and thinking.