The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership seeks a talented and strategic individual to lead an existing program designed to broaden engagement of hunters and anglers in the conservation of public lands and Western water policy and funding, and to help the organization build and cultivate an active network of Hispanic hunters and anglers.
The Director will leverage existing relationships, and build new relationships, with diverse leaders in Colorado to expand hunting and fishing opportunities and conserve fish and wildlife habitat and water resources. The Director will also work cooperatively with regional and national organizations that serve people of color to create meaningful and mutually-beneficial relationships that advance shared policy goals. Additionally, the Director will work with all TRCP departments to ensure the organization is a place where diverse voices and stories are amplified, reflected, and appreciated.
Key duties and responsibilities
The ideal candidate will possess:
· An understanding of Western water and public lands issues, and political, social and economic values within Colorado;
· An aptitude for working constructively and building partnerships with a wide array of individuals and interest groups;
· Experience working with key decision makers and building grass-tops networks to advance priority conservation issues;
· Strong emotional intelligence and a proven ability to work effectively with a broad array of people with different backgrounds and perspectives;
· Superior writing and verbal communication skills;
· A creative and energetic spirit and team-player mentality with an ability to work independently;
The position reports to the Center for Western Lands Director and will be based in TRCP’s Denver office. This is a full-time position with a salary range of $75,000 - $85,000 commensurate to experience; a generous benefit package including health, dental, vision, and life insurance.
The TRCP is an equal-opportunity employer.
Founded in 2002, the TRCP is a coalition of leading hunting, fishing and conservation organizations, outdoor-related businesses and individual grassroots partners working together to guarantee all Americans quality places to hunt and fish and to preserve the traditions of hunting and fishing through fish and wildlife habitat conservation.
To apply for this position, email a cover letter and resume to email@example.com with the subject line "Strategic Partnerships Director." A full Position Description is available on the TRCP website at www.trcp.org/employment. The position will remain open until filled.
The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership seeks a talented and strategic individual to lead an existing program designed to broaden engagement of hunters and anglers in the conservation of public lands and Western water policy…