Duties: Responsible for shaping policy on town, county, and public lands development and management projects. Candidates should have education/work experience in wildlife conservation, wildlife biology, natural resource management, land use planning, and/or related fields.
- Education/work experience in wildlife conservation, wildlife biology, natural resource management, environmental science, or related fields
- Ability to craft and develop policy with key stakeholders to solve complex conservation problems
- Understanding of planning, zoning, the Jackson/Teton County Comprehensive Plan and land development regulations (LDRs)
- Creative thinker and problem solver
- Excellent writing skills, including on technical subjects
- Skilled project manager, including managing budgets, contracts, and consultants
- Experience engaging community members in complex processes, with clear communication
- Ability to quickly learn technical subjects from literature review and conversations with subject matter experts and stakeholders
- Self-motivated and also works well in a team
- Knowledge of local area, partners, and staff is preferred
- Willing to work a flexible schedule with evening meetings
Link to more information: See full description and how to apply at jhalliance.org/jobs.
Application deadline: October 13, 2017