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Founded in 1953, Keep America Beautiful is America’s premier community improvement organization. Keep America Beautiful continues to be the most credible organization in community restoration and resiliency by focusing on public education, mobilizing volunteers and creating partnerships.

Keep America Beautiful has embraced a remote work policy to attract the best and brightest from all over America. If you live within 60 miles of Stamford, you will work at our national headquarters. Keep America Beautiful’s national headquarters is walking distance from the Stamford Metro-North train station with a shuttle bus also available. The office features a free parking garage and gym in the building and is conveniently located near great restaurants, bars, shopping and beautiful Mill River Park.

Persons with national service experience (VISTA, Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and veterans are encouraged to apply. Keep America Beautiful is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, ancestry, marital status, being a party to a civil union, handicap or disabilities or perception of disabilities, political activity, or other protected class status. Discrimination in violation of this policy is prohibited.

What You Will Get

You will be a member of a passionate team dedicated to the fulfillment of KAB’s mission. Just as KAB envisions a country in which every community is a clean, green, and a beautiful place to live, we also strive for our organization to be a beautiful place to work. We believe that it is intrinsic rewards that motivate employees sustainably, but respect the need for extrinsic rewards which would include but are not limited to:

  • Very Competitive Pay for the non-profit sector
  • Generous Employee Benefits Package
  • Maternity and Parental Leave
  • 403b Program
  • Paid Holidays

Current job openings:

Financial Comptroller

COMPTROLLER

Keep America Beautiful

Location: Stamford, CT or remote home office location within the continental United States

About Us and the Role
Keep America Beautiful is America’s premier community improvement organization. Founded in 1953, Keep America Beautiful has a Network of Affiliates around the United States focused on litter prevention, waste reduction and beautification. Keep America Beautiful (KAB) is recognized as the leader in changing attitudes and behaviors affecting our community environments. KAB continues to be the most credible organization in its three focus areas by vigorously pursuing its guiding principles of education, volunteerism, partnership, and individual responsibility.

We are seeking a versatile, proven Comptroller with experience working with nonprofit accounting and grants management challenges.

Reporting to the President and CEO this role is responsible for financial reporting, cash and finance management, budget processes, and forecasting and monitoring; providing internal finance systems training to budget managers; month-end and year-end closing; complete financial reporting and directing finance and accounting departments, to include hiring and training of staff as needed.

What You Will Bring, Do, and Own

  • You will play a central role in the development, maintenance, direction and oversight of Keep America Beautiful finance and accounting activities.
  • You will work independently and collaboratively with staff, the C-suite, and Board members.
  • You will be responsible for the efficient processing of accounts receivables and payables that support all KAB offices.
  • You will maintain the general ledger(s), monitoring and supervising the processing of accounts payable and receivable, preparation of accounts and billing, and preparation of grant and contract financial reports,
  • You will also oversee bi-monthly payroll processing as well as audit preparation and implementation.
  • You will bring excellent attention to detail, problem-solving skills, and an astute ability to exercise professional discretion and discernment.

Who You Are

  • You are master of finance, accounting, budgeting, and cost control principles including thorough understanding of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), internal controls and financial reporting
  • You project professionalism in all communications
  • You have strong interpersonal skills and an ability to work well with a diversity of stakeholders
  • You demonstrate leadership qualities that enable you to succeed in a teamwork environment
  • You have superior quantitative analysis capabilities, with the ability to read, analyze, interpret, and explain complex financial data.
  • You are a skilled communicator with polished verbal and written communication skills
  • You enjoy mentoring executive and management team colleagues on financial and compliance matters
  • You operate with the highest integrity with a diplomatic and analytical approach

Experience and Certifications You Will Need

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in finance, business administration, or accounting. Master’s degree a plus
  • 10+ years of progressive professional accounting experience
  • CPA strongly preferred, although an MBA may be considered
  • 4+ years as a comptroller with a nonprofit that had annual revenues of at least $4M
  • A strong understanding of finance and accounting practice, with grants management experience
  • Previous experience as Comptroller or Chief Financial Officer with oversight and future focus.
  • Essential computer skills and expert software knowledge of QuickBooks, Adobe, MS Excel, MS Word, and MS Outlook
  • Familiarity with specialized nonprofit industry accounting practices, reporting requirements and procedures
  • Previous relationships with foundation donors a plus

What You Will Get

You will be a member of a passionate team dedicated to the fulfillment of KAB’s mission. Just as KAB envisions a country in which every community is a clean, green, and a beautiful place to live, we also strive for our organization to be a beautiful place to work. We believe that it is intrinsic rewards that motivate employees sustainably, but respect the need for extrinsic rewards which would include but are not limited to:

  • Very Competitive Pay for the non-profit sector
  • Generous Employee Benefits Package
  • Maternity and Parental Leave
  • 401k Program
  • Paid Holidays

How to Apply

Please submit cover letter, resume/CV and salary expectations to: recruiting@kab.org. Please place “Comptroller” in the subject line of the email when applying. Note that a satisfactory background/credit check as well as a reference checks may be required as a condition of employment.

EOE/Accommodation Statement

Keep America Beautiful is committed to providing equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, pregnancy, marital status, gender identity or expression, status as a veteran, or any other legally protected characteristic or activity in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. Keep America is also committed to providing access, equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities in employment, its services, programs, and activities. To request a reasonable accommodation, contact Becky Lyons, Chief Operating Officer at blyons@kab.org.

Director, Individual Giving and Events

Position: Director, Individual Giving and Events
Location:
NY, CT, DC, CA, TX, or Proximity to Metropolitan Area
Reports To:
Senior Director, Individual Giving and Major Gifts
Primary Contacts:
Chief Development Officer, Development Corporate Partnerships, Development Coordinator, Board Members

Keep America Beautiful is seeking an exceptional fundraising professional to join our development team. Reporting to the Senior Director of Individual and Major Gifts, the Director of Individual Giving and Events will be responsible for the fundraising growth by implementing innovative events, campaigns, volunteerism and related communications. This individual will be responsible for philanthropic support for the organization establishing and deepening engagement with individuals and groups, and driving broader awareness of Keep America Beautiful and its programs, through events and individual giving activities and campaigns.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities.

Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Work with Senior Director of Individual Giving and Major Gifts and other development team members to increase fundraising revenue through events, communications, volunteerism, community-based activities, and seasonal and annual campaigns.
• Develop, manage and execute special events of the highest quality, impact and visibility, including the Keep America Beautiful annual Vision for America Award dinner and “plogging event”, TrashDash, and peer-to-peer fundraising for the Great American Cleanup to solicit sponsors and cultivate individual donors.
• In collaboration with the Keep America Beautiful development, programs, marketing & communications teams and local affiliates: conceive and execute engaging annual appeal(s), giving campaigns, cause marketing campaigns, peer-to-peer fundraising, volunteer opportunities for groups/individuals, workplace giving programs, and webinar series to create lead generation funnel and new micro-and recurring gifts. (This function is currently supported by a consulting firm.)
• Work collaboratively with the marketing and communications team to develop materials, communications, and promotions of events and individual giving campaigns.
• Plan and execute individual and high net worth donor fundraising events to achieve annual goals.
• Engage and solicit board members and staff to participate in annual appeals and to leverage their network to expand donor pool and achieve fundraising goals.
• Meet or exceed minimum annual fundraising target for the current fiscal year including renewable gifts, incremental revenue, and major gifts.
• Establish and manage strategies, budgets, annual work plan with qualitative goals, benchmarks and reporting based on departmental objectives.
• Develop strong and collaborative working relationships with members of the organization to best understand the Keep America Beautiful mission and programs, and effectively articulate this information to donors and the public.

Qualifications:

• Minimum of 7 to 10 years of development experience with progressively increasing responsibility.
• Demonstrated successful fundraising event and campaign experience, including logistical management.
• Success supporting organizational leadership in donor cultivation, communications, and events.
• Ability to conceptualize and describe funding needs in a way that is compelling to prospects, donors and other stakeholders.
• Experience with national or global federated organizational model, a plus.
• Excellent written, presentation, and verbal communications skills; careful attention to details.
• Results- and deadline-oriented self-starter with an entrepreneurial, collaborative, positive, forward-thinking and innovative spirit.
• High emotional intelligence (E.Q.), possibility thinking, and problem-solving ability.
• Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office (Excel, Word), virtual platforms (Microsoft Teams, RingCentral, Zoom, etc.), and experience with web-based case management / CRM software.
• Strong communication, organizational, and problem-solving skills; ability to work effectively with multiple stakeholders in fast-paced environment.
• Passion for mission of Keep America Beautiful and its national movement; interest/knowledge in environmental issues.
• Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent; master’s degree a plus.
• Occasional travel, nationally and/or locally, 20% of time.
• Other duties as assigned.


Location and Benefits:

• Keep America Beautiful national headquarters is based in Stamford, CT (walking distance from Metro-North train station with free shuttle available, free parking garage, free gym in building).
• Remote staff may be required to attend quarterly or bi-annual meetings at the Keep America Beautiful Headquarters.
• Strong compensation and benefits package, including flex schedule option.


Application:
To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to recruitment@kab.org; in the subject line, please write the job title followed by your first initial and last name. Thank you.


About Keep America Beautiful, Inc.
Keep America Beautiful is America’s premier community improvement organization. Founded in 1953, Keep America Beautiful has a Network of Affiliates around the United States focused on litter prevention, waste reduction and beautification. Keep America Beautiful is recognized as the leader in changing attitudes and behaviors affecting our community environments. Keep America Beautiful continues to be the most credible organization in its three focus areas by vigorously pursuing its guiding principles of education, volunteerism, partnership, and individual responsibility.

Keep America Beautiful is committed to providing equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, pregnancy, marital status, gender identity or expression, status as a veteran, or any other legally protected characteristic or activity in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. Keep America is also committed to providing access, equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities in employment, its services, programs, and activities. To request a reasonable accommodation, please contact recruitment@kab.org.

Director, Foundations and Government Grants

Director, Foundation and Government Grants
Keep America Beautiful
Location: NY, DC, CT, CA, TX, or REMOTE (with close proximity to major metropolitan area)


About Us and the Role
Keep America Beautiful®, the nation’s largest community-based nonprofit organization, inspires and educates
people to act every day to improve their environment. For more than 65 years, Keep America Beautiful (KAB)
has worked to end littering, improve recycling, and beautify America’s communities. KAB contributes to the
health and well-being of communities through the work and passion of nearly 700 KAB affiliates nationwide,
millions of volunteers and the collaborative support of our corporate partners, social and civic service
organizations, academia, municipalities, elected officials, and individuals. Our methodology is informed by a
science-backed consumer behavior model for change that has proven effective in delivering results that beautify
and unify communities to transform the nation.

We are seeking an exceptional fundraising professional to join our development team to secure significant
philanthropic support from national and regional foundations and federal and state government agencies.
As a leader on the Development team, the Director, Foundation and Government Grants (“Director”) will report
directly to the Senior Director, Foundation and Government Grants or the Chief Development Officer. This role is
responsible for developing effective fundraising strategies; conduct partner research, cultivation, solicitation,
management, and stewardship; write, submit, and negotiate grant applications; and direct recognition and
benefits related to foundation and government partner commitments. The Director will be expected to exceed
annual revenue targets by identifying and securing multiple six- and seven-figure foundation and government
grants and partnerships.

What You Will Bring, Do, and Own
● You will support and enhance the creation of the Keep America Beautiful Communities strategy,
timeline, budget, and presentation materials.
● You will collaborate with program, marketing, development teams and KAB affiliates to create fundable
packages, audit existing assets and benefits, and create new assets and benefits.
● You will develop strong and collaborative working relationships with members of the organization
to best understand the KAB mission and programs, and effectively articulate this information to
donors and the public.
● You will own the overall relationship management responsibility (day-to-day management of accounts
managed by Regional Directors) to ensure foundations and government partnerships are activated,
stewarded, and renewed.
● You will own the maintenance of a portfolio and move prospects through the “Moves Management”
process, recording all activities in Salesforce.
● You will own, establish, and manage strategies, budgets, annual work plan with qualitative goals,
benchmarks and reporting based on departmental objectives.
● You will research, identify, solicit, and secure prospective foundation and government six- and sevenfigure
grant partners in support of KAB movement and strategic priorities including, but not limited to, the Keep America Beautiful Communities initiative and programming.
● You will meet or exceed the minimum annual fundraising target for the current fiscal year.

Who You Are
● You are a results- and deadline-oriented self-starter with an entrepreneurial, collaborative, positive,
forward-thinking and innovative spirit.
● You have established relationships with national foundations and government agencies, and proven
success securing six- and seven-figure grants.
You have the ability to conceptualize and describe funding needs in a way that is compelling to
prospects, donors and other stakeholders.
● You have a proven track record in supporting organizational leadership in donor cultivation,
communications, and events.
● You have very high emotional intelligence (E.Q.), possibility thinking, and problem-solving ability.
● You have an ability to meet deadlines, prioritize conflicting needs; handle requests and projects
expeditiously, proactively, and follow them through to successful completion, often with deadline
pressures.
● You have outstanding communication and organizational skills with an ability to work effectively with
multiple stakeholders.
● You are ok with occasional travel, nationally and/or locally (approx 20% of the time).
● You have a demonstrated passion for mission of Keep America Beautiful and its national movement;
interest/knowledge in environmental issues.

Experience and Certifications You Will Need
● Minimum of 7 to 10 years of foundation and/or government development experience with progressively
increasing responsibility.
● Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent; master’s degree a plus.
● Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office (Excel, Word), virtual platforms (Microsoft Teams,
RingCentral, Zoom, etc.), and experience with web-based case management / CRM software.

What You Will Get
You will be a member of a passionate team dedicated to the fulfillment of KAB’s mission. Just as KAB envisions a
country in which every community is a clean, green, and a beautiful place to live, we also strive for our
organization to be a beautiful place to work. We believe that it is intrinsic rewards that motivate employees
sustainably, but respect the need for extrinsic rewards which would include but are not limited to:
● Very Competitive Pay for the non-profit sector
● Generous Employee Benefits Package
● Maternity and Parental Leave
● 401k Program
● Paid Holidays

How to Apply
Please submit cover letter, resume/CV and salary expectations to: recruiting@kab.org. Please place “Director-
Foundation & Gov’t Grants” in the subject line of the email when applying. Note that a satisfactory
background/credit check as well as a reference checks may be required as a condition of employment.

EOE/Accommodation Statement
Keep America Beautiful is committed to providing equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all employees and
applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin,
age, disability, pregnancy, marital status, gender identity or expression, status as a veteran, or any other legally
protected characteristic or activity in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. Keep America is
also committed to providing access, equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation for individuals with
disabilities in employment, its services, programs, and activities. To request a reasonable accommodation,
contact Becky Lyons, Chief Operating Officer at blyons@kab.org.

Director, Corporate Initiatives

Keep America Beautiful: Director, Corporate Initiatives – Keep America Beautiful Communities Co-Lead
Location: NY, DC, CT, CA, TX, or REMOTE (with close proximity to a major metropolitan area)


About Us and the Role
Keep America Beautiful®, the nation’s largest community-based nonprofit organization, inspires and educates
people to act every day to improve their environment. For more than 65 years, Keep America Beautiful has
worked to end littering, improve recycling, and beautify America’s communities. Keep America Beautiful
contributes to the health and well-being of communities through the work and passion of nearly 700 Keep
America Beautiful affiliates nationwide, millions of volunteers and the collaborative support of our corporate
partners, social and civic service organizations, academia, municipalities, elected officials, and individuals. Our
methodology is informed by a science-backed consumer behavior model for change that has proven effective in
delivering results that beautify and unify communities to transform the nation.

We are seeking an exceptional fundraising professional to join our development team to work with
corporations and local Keep America Beautiful affiliates to support the mission of Keep America Beautiful
through program support, philanthropic support, cause marketing, and sponsorships as a Keep America
Beautiful Communities Co-lead.

As a leader on the Development team, the Director, Corporate Initiatives – Keep America Beautiful Communities
Co-Lead (“Director/Co-Lead”) will report directly to the Senior Director, Development or the Chief Development
Officer. The Keep America Beautiful Communities initiative is a multi-year, multi-stakeholder collaborative
initiative to Clean and Green America by 2025. The goal is to raise $125 million to Beautify and Unify
Communities across the country to Transform the Nation. The Director/Co-Lead will be expected to meet annual
revenue targets by identifying and securing corporate and corporate foundation gifts and partnerships, as well
as manage relationships with these partners with assistance from a Regional Director or Partnership Manager.

What You Will Bring, Do, and Own
● You will own the generation of corporate and corporate foundation partnerships resulting in revenue,
marketing exposure, and other benefits for Keep America Beautiful, its Communities Initiative, and the
Keep America Beautiful national affiliate network.
● You will cultivate, solicit, and steward prospective 6-7-figure corporate donors/partners to support Keep
America Beautiful and the movement through sponsorships, program and philanthropic support, and
cause marketing.
● You will collaborate work in conjunction with Regional Directors, COO, and affiliates to ensure
partnerships are activated, relationships are managed appropriately, and stewardship plans are
implemented all resulting in contract renewals. (Day-to-day management of partnership managed by
Regional Director.)
● You will develop, support, and enhance the creation of the Keep America Beautiful Communities
strategy, timeline, budget, and presentation materials; audit existing assets/benefits, create new
assets/benefits with program, marketing, development teams and affiliates to create
packages/opportunities for each component of the Keep America Beautiful Communities initiative.
● You will own the research, cultivation, and securing of event fundraising support including Keep America
Beautiful webinar series, National Conference, annual Vision for America Award event, employee
engagement activities, P2P, and special events sponsors.
● You will interact with Keep America Beautiful board members and senior leadership representatives to
cultivate corporate partnerships, create best strategy and connectivity for each prospect; Lead and/or
support meetings/presentations with prospects; Act as development lead for Keep America Beautiful
Communities advisory team; Work with all appropriate team members to maximize strategy to achieve
$280 million 10-year goal.

Who You Are
● You have the ability to conceptualize and describe funding needs in a way that is compelling to
prospects, donors and other stakeholders.
● You have a keen ability to ideate and develop comprehensive donor concept papers and proposals, and
create and deliver PowerPoint presentations.
● You have a proven track record in supporting organizational leadership in donor cultivation,
communications, and events.
● You have very high emotional intelligence (E.Q.), possibility thinking, and problem-solving ability.
● You have an ability to meet deadlines, prioritize conflicting needs; handle requests and projects
expeditiously, proactively, and follow them through to successful completion, often with deadline
pressures.
● You have outstanding communication and organizational skills with an ability to work effectively with
multiple stakeholders.
● You have excellent written, presentation, and verbal communications skills; careful attention to details
● You are ok with occasional travel, nationally and/or locally (approximately 20% of the time).
● You have a demonstrated passion for mission of Keep America Beautiful and its national movement;
interest/knowledge in environmental issues.

Experience and Certifications You Will Need
● Minimum of 7-10 years of corporate fundraising experience with progressively increasing responsibility
and a proven track record.
● Demonstrated success in securing 6- and 7-figure gifts.
● Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office (Excel, Word), virtual platforms (Microsoft Teams,
RingCentral, Zoom, etc.), and experience with web-based case management / CRM software.
● Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent; master’s degree a plus.
● Experience with national or global federated organizational model, a plus.

What You Will Get
You will be a member of a passionate team dedicated to the fulfillment of the Keep America Beautiful mission.
Just as Keep America Beautiful envisions a country in which every community is a clean, green, and a beautiful
place to live, we also strive for our organization to be a beautiful place to work. We believe that it is intrinsic
rewards that motivate employees sustainably, but respect the need for extrinsic rewards which would include
but are not limited to:
● Very Competitive Pay for the non-profit sector
● Generous Employee Benefits Package
● Maternity and Parental Leave
● 401k Program
● Paid Holidays

How to Apply
Please submit cover letter, resume/CV and salary expectations to: recruitment@kab.org. Please place “Director-
Corp Initiatives & Co-Lead” in the subject line of the email when applying. Note that a satisfactory
background/credit check as well as a reference checks may be required as a condition of employment.

EOE/Accommodation Statement
Keep America Beautiful is committed to providing equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all employees and
applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin,
age, disability, pregnancy, marital status, gender identity or expression, status as a veteran, or any other legally protected characteristic or activity in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. Keep America is also committed to providing access, equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities in employment, its services, programs, and activities. To request a reasonable accommodation,
contact Becky Lyons, Chief Operating Officer at blyons@kab.org.

Director of Communications

DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS 

Keep America Beautiful 

Location: Stamford, CT or remote home office location within the continental United States 

About Us and the Role 
Keep America Beautiful is America’s premier community improvement organization. Founded in 1953, Keep America Beautiful has a Network of Affiliates around the United States focused on litter prevention, waste reduction and beautification. Keep America Beautiful (KAB) is recognized as the leader in changing attitudes and behaviors affecting our community environments. KAB continues to be the most credible organization in its three focus areas by vigorously pursuing its guiding principles of education, volunteerism, partnership, and individual responsibility. 

We are seeking a communications specialist that understands how to craft and deliver content that is impactful and lands the message across multiple audiences. This is a rare opportunity to help transform an iconic, almost 70-year-old brand! 

Reporting to the CMO this role plays an integral role in the organization’s storytelling. The Director of Communications will manage internal and external communications and will collaborate with departments across the organization to elevate its visibility. This role will have responsibility over the organization’s media relations, internal/affiliate comms, and social media. 

What You Will Bring, Do, and Own 

  • You will own messaging consistently supporting mission and strategic plan  
  • You will write and distribute press releases, supporting programs, affiliates, events, and fundraising initiatives  
  • You will monitor media coverage and manage press inquiries  
  • You will write content for website, i.e. affiliate blogs and tip sheets  
  • You will own and manage the execution of social media strategy across various platforms and channels 
  • You will work with affiliate organizations to identify stories and photos for website, publications, and social media  
  • You will own the development and execution of media tactics to support our national brand reputation 
  • You will work alongside the CMO on developing and executing KAB’s media strategy 
  • You will collaborate on concept and copy for annual review and Vision for America Award journal 

Who You Are 

  • You project professionalism in all communications  
  • You are a communications specialist that understands how to craft and deliver content that is impactful and lands the message across multiple audiences in print and personal delivery 
  • You love words and are insatiably curious  
  • You are comfortable working with everyone from professional national broadcast news teams to trolls on social media.   
  • Experience in the non-profit space, working with an affiliate network, and Meltwater a plus, but not essential.  
  • You have strong interpersonal skills and an ability to work well with a diversity of stakeholders  
  • You demonstrate leadership qualities that enable you to succeed in a team environment 
  • You operate with the highest integrity with a diplomatic and analytical approach 

Experience and Certifications You Will Need 

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in English, marketing, communications, public relations or related field. Master’s degree a plus 
  • 10+ years of progressive professional communications experience  
  • Experience in the non-profit space, working with an affiliate network, and Meltwater a plus, but not essential.  
  • Essential computer skills and software knowledge of Microsoft Office  

What You Will Get 

You will be a member of a passionate team dedicated to the fulfillment of KAB’s mission. Just as KAB envisions a country in which every community is a clean, green, and a beautiful place to live, we also strive for our organization to be a beautiful place to work. We believe that it is intrinsic rewards that motivate employees sustainably, but respect the need for extrinsic rewards which would include but are not limited to: 

  • Very Competitive Pay for the non-profit sector 
  • Generous Employee Benefits Package 
  • Maternity and Parental Leave 
  • 403b Program 
  • Paid Holidays 

How to Apply 

Please submit cover letter, resume/CV and salary expectations to: recruiting@kab.org. Please place “Director of Communications” in the subject line of the email when applying. Note that a satisfactory background/credit check as well as reference checks may be required as a condition of employment. 

EOE/Accommodation Statement 

Keep America Beautiful is committed to providing equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, pregnancy, marital status, gender identity or expression, status as a veteran, or any other legally protected characteristic or activity in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. Keep America is also committed to providing access, equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities in employment, its services, programs, and activities. To request a reasonable accommodation, contact Becky Lyons, Chief Operating Officer at blyons@kab.org. 


Thank you for your interest in joining the Keep America Beautiful team!