Organization: Wyoming Wilderness Association
- Identify and monitor threats to public wild lands of the Bridger-Teton National Forest.
- Conduct research and write comments on issues related to land protections.
- Develop press releases, email action alerts, social media posts, and other communications to inform and engage the public in land management planning processes.
- Meet and collaborate with government agencies and nonprofit conservation groups.
- Develop and lead field outings in priority landscapes for local public decision-makers and officials, the media, the public, and other stakeholders.
- Organize and host community events and activities.
- Work with the Executive Director and Governing Council to develop and implement fundraising for the Bridger-Teton campaign.
- Increase WWA’s membership and attract and inspire volunteers.
- Communicate regularly with WWA staff.
- Complete other duties as assigned to support WWA’s mission to protect public wild lands.
- A bachelor’s degree in natural resources, environmental sciences, public lands policy, or a related field plus one year of related work experience.
- Knowledge of NEPA and US Forest Service planning associated with recreation, grazing, logging, and prescribed burning in Wilderness, Wilderness Study Areas, and other roadless areas.
- Strong interpersonal, writing, public speaking, administration, and management skills.
- Independent and self-motivated with ability to work as part of a team or without supervision.
- Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite and ability to learn new technology.
- Knowledge of public lands issues and conservation politics in Wyoming.
- Excellent hiking and camping skills.
Link to more information: View the job announcement pdf.
How to apply: Email cover letter and resume with contact information for three references to Marco Restani.
Deadline: December 20, 2017