Senior Coordinator, Riparian Connectivity
As a member of the National Wildlife Federation’s regional wildlife conservation team, the Senior Coordinator, Riparian Connectivity is responsible for developing, implementing, and communicating about projects to improve riparian and aquatic habitat in NWF’s Northern Rockies, Prairies and Pacific Region, and supporting implementation of the National Wildlife Federation’s strategic plan (A Common Agenda for Wildlife) and our Equity and Justice Strategic Plan.
Major responsibilities include ensuring completion of grant-funded work in close collaboration with contractors and partners, reporting on project work to funders and NWF team members, and expanding existing relationships to develop new opportunities in the future. Managing funding, strategic planning, education, advocacy. and communication activities are also required to support these and other water-related projects and policy priorities within the region. The Senior Coordinator serves as a cross-disciplinary resource to support integration and prioritization of internal NWF and state affiliate water-focused projects/programs in the western U.S. To achieve success, the Senior Coordinator will work closely with staff across both Northern Rockies, Pacific and Prairies, and Rocky Mountain regional programs (e.g. Wildlife Conflict Resolution Program, Wildlife Connectivity Program) and national programs (e.g., Public Lands) to generate strategies for riparian and aquatic connectivity, and restoration work.
The Senior Coordinator, Riparian Connectivity reports to the Regional Director of Wildlife Programs. When the offices open, the position will be based, and in-office work is expected, Missoula, MT. Other remote work locations in MT will be considered.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Candidates should submit a cover letter and resume. Applications will be accepted through January 31, 2022.