Jobs and Opportunities
Save the Sound would welcome you to our team!
Addresses and deadlines for each position are noted in the detailed job descriptions. No phone calls, please.
If you are applying for more than one position, please submit individual cover letters and résumés for each position, and note in the cover letters all the positions you have applied for.
Save the Sound is an equal opportunity employer. We prohibit discrimination based on age, color, disability, marital or parental status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, or any other legally protected status in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws. We encourage applications from demographics underrepresented in the environmental and nonprofit sectors.
Please note: Save the Sound requires all employees, as well as volunteers and interns working in the office or with the public, to be vaccinated for the protection of our team and the communities in which we work.
General Internships are available throughout the year for college students to work with Save the Sound’s program staff on research, event support, and project administration on a variety of programs that protect the air, land, and water of Connecticut and the Long Island Sound region. Check back for updates.
We’re grateful for the hard work of volunteers who get trash off their favorite beaches, plant native species, document pollution in their neighborhoods, and push for stronger environmental protections!
To volunteer with Save the Sound, please fill out our registration form and we’ll reach out when there are opportunities near you.
If you’d like to make an impact from home, join our email action network and we’ll alert you when it’s time to reach out to your elected officials about important legislation.
Requests for Proposals
GIS Consultant (Joint RFQ with Seatuck Environmental Association)
Save the Sound and Seatuck are inviting qualifications packages from GIS experts/firms with GIS expertise to develop an expanded version of an existing Road-Stream and Tidal Crossing Prioritization Tool. View the RFQ.
Environmental Filmmaker (Request for qualifications)
Save the Sound requests statements of qualifications from professional videographers and filmmakers with proven expertise in the conceptualization, production, and editing of nature documentaries to create a short documentary style video on the benefits and processes of dam removals in Long Island Sound region. View the full project description and RFQ here.