Bird Conservancy of the Rockies Seeks Stewardship Director
Posted on November 29, 2022
Bird Conservancy is seeking a dynamic and visionary leader to oversee the management, implementation, and strategic growth of our Stewardship program. The Stewardship Director collaboratively works with state agencies, joint ventures, foundations, and the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service to implement private lands conservation across the Great Plains and Intermountain West.
Specifically, the program aims to create a community of practice that simultaneously improves human well-being and wildlife habitat on working lands through proactive, voluntary conservation delivery. The Stewardship team consists of 3 program managers in Fort Collins and 15 Private lands wildlife biologists housed in Natural Resource Conservation Service offices in Colorado, Montana, South Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska, and New Mexico. Qualified applicants will have a background in natural resource and or wildlife management, experience overseeing large-scale programmatic implementation, leadership and supervisory experience, and collaborative conservation. Desired qualifications include a successful track record of grant making as well as experience with Farm Bill conservation programs and voluntary conservation on private lands. The Stewardship Director will be based in Fort Collins, CO but allow for flexible telework as agreed upon with supervisor.
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