The Trust for Public Land – a national leader and innovator in land conservation and parks creation – seeks a CRM Systems Intern. Since 1972, The Trust for Public Land has connected communities to the outdoors and to each other. Today, millions of Americans live close to a park or natural area created by The Trust for Public Land, and countless more visit each year. From neighborhood parks to national parks, the organization has completed more than 5,000 projects, protected more than 3.5 million acres of land, helped to secure over 70 billion dollars of public funds for land protection and park creation, and inspired cities and towns nationwide to work to create a park or open space within a 10-minute walk of all their residents.
This position is fully remote and part-time.
- Documenting all active reports with descriptive and instructive text highlighting the data fields in the report and the parameters that can be used in the report in our Confluence wiki.
- Downloading and documenting all SQL used in active reports.
- Enhancing documentation for programs and scripts through meaningful comments.
- Managing files in a version control system.
- Adding documentation in the Confluence wiki where appropriate.
- Creating business process documentation in collaboration with CRM Team members and customers.
- Tracking your work in our Philanthropy Helpdesk (JIRA Service Desk)
If you have the skillset and the need arises, you may also:
- Enhance functionality of SQL through code improvements in collaboration with the Director or Associate Director.
- Create new database solutions, reports, programs, queries, analytics, or automations in collaboration with the Director or Associate Director.
- Fundamental understanding of relational databases
- Ability to navigate the user interface and understand the visuals of relational database reporting tools.
- Have a firm grasp of basic SQL.
- Ability to articulate technical content and ideas in ways that non-technical users can understand.
- Good composition skills: able to craft intuitive, informative content with text and images.
- Experienced with common office suite software like MS Office or GSuite.
- Sees “taking direction” as part of personal and professional development.
- Ability to work on a team and independently.
- Inquisitive: Investigates collaboratively and independently, asks pertinent questions, learns from others.
Join a diverse team of dedicated and passionate people working toward a mission you can believe in—creating parks and protecting land for people, ensuring healthy, livable communities for generations to come. Headquartered in San Francisco, The Trust for Public Land maintains offices in more than 30 locations nationwide. Get to know more about us.