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Two open positions at The Nature Conservancy

Two open positions at The Nature Conservancy:

  1. Director, Williamson River Delta Preserve
  2. Field Trip Program Manager

Director, Williamson River Delta Preserve

The Nature Conservancy Klamath Falls, OR The WRD Director is responsible for development, implementation, and coordination of restoration projects; management; research and activities on the 7,500-acre Williamson River Delta Preserve.  This position will oversee management and effectiveness monitoring of a ~$10 million wetlands/river/uplands restoration project at the mouth of the Williamson River in Chiloquin Oregon. As well as managing all aspects of the project, the successful candidate will coordinate and manage day to day operations including inventory, monitoring, and research impacts of wetlands, river, and uplands restoration on endangered fish, water quality and other aquatic resources, coordinate upland restoration, weed management and farm operations and participate in natural resource planning and management teams across the Upper Klamath Basin. Bachelor’s degree and 3 years experience in natural resource management or equivalent combination of education and experience. Position closes 4/21/08 For complete job description and application procedures see www.nature.org/careers.  

Field Trip Program Manager

The Nature Conservancy Portland, Oregon Designs, coordinates and implements the field trip program for The Nature Conservancy in Oregon, including Oregon major donor and prospect trips (Journeys) and general member/general public trips (Natural History Excursions). Fosters support for the Conservancy by educating members and citizens about the mission of the organization through natural history field trips and other events. Acts as the Conservancy representative and naturalist for most of the Journeys trips and works closely with professional outfitters who lead Natural History Excursions. Bachelor’s degree and 3 - 5 yrs. experience developing, administering, promoting and conducting group activities, including field trips. Knowledge of natural history and conservation issues, and proven ability to share that expertise with a wide range of people.  Knowledge of fundraising principles & practices, preferably in a non-profit environment Position closes 5/2/08 For complete job description and application procedures see www.nature.org/careers.  

Andrea BonardHuman Resources [email protected](503) 802-8124 (Phone) (503) 802-8196 (Fax) nature.org

     The Nature ConservancyOregon Field Office 821 SE 14th AvenuePortland, OR 97214      


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