Missouri River Conservation District Council Coordinator
The MRCD is looking for a coordinator. The purpose of this position is to assist the Council in achieving its overall objective of local input and control in the management and conservation of the Missouri River. For more details and application process please visit:
Lincoln County Weed Coordinator
FULL-TIME: (40 HRS PER WEEK)
CLOSING DATE: 5:00 P.M. on MONDAY APRIL 15, 2019.
POSITION AVAILABLE: Lincoln County has a job opening for Weed Department Manager with the Lincoln County Weed Department in Libby.
POSITION DESCRIPTION: This position is responsible to the Lincoln County Weed Board. The Weed Board is a volunteer body of Lincoln County residents appointed by the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners to direct pest management activities within the county. The incumbent will supervise all county employees hired by the Weed Board
WAGE: $20.49 After 6 Months $21.05
BENEFITS: Sick leave after 90 days, vacation leave after 6 months, health insurance within 90 days and retirement
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: PUBLIC SECTOR APPLICATION
ALL APPLICATIONS HAVE TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE LOCAL JOB SERVICE.
Blackfoot Challenge seeking our next Executive Director
The job opening for the Blackfoot Challenge Executive Director position is officially live! We would appreciate all of your help spreading the word about this opportunity. Please forward this email or direct interested applicants to the job posting on our website:
Celebrating over 25 years of partnerships, the Blackfoot Challenge is a nonprofit organization with the mission to coordinate efforts that conserve and enhance the natural resources and rural way of life in the Blackfoot Watershed for present and future generations. Through eight Board-led committees, we coordinate responses to community needs and find homegrown solutions that stand the test of time.
The Blackfoot Challenge seeks an experienced, collaborative, and personable Executive Director (ED) to lead the fund development and strategic visioning of the organization while providing financial and administrative oversight and exceptional staff supervision.
This position is based in Ovando, MT and includes competitive salary and generous benefits. Please visit our website for more information: www.blackfootchallenge.org.
Fergus County Weed District Seasonal Positions Sought
The Fergus County Weed District is recruiting for seasonal employees. If you are in, or want to be in, the Lewistown area, there are seasonal positions open. Please refer to the following link for more information:
The North American Invasive Species Management Association (NAISMA), a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, announces two employment opportunities available – a full-time Program Manager and a part-time Membership, Graphic Design and Program Coordinator.
The full-time Program Manager will administer NAISMA’s Weed Free Forage & Gravel; Online Invasive Species Manager Trainings; and Annual Conference Programs. The successful candidate will work with committees and program partners, oversee the progress of operations, and provide reports and communications as needed. The ideal candidate will be an excellent leader, will also be able to develop efficient strategies and tactics, and will have experience managing multiple programs and communications tools while producing results in a timely manner. While NAISMA’s office is in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, this position can be executed via telecommuting from anywhere if the successful candidate has demonstrated capacity to do so. This is a 1-year, non-salaried contractor opportunity, renewable depending on the hire’s performance and the organization’s fundraising efforts.
Click here for the complete Program Manager job announcement. Interested candidates, please email a single pdf file with a resume or CV and cover letter with 2-3 references to: firstname.lastname@example.org by COB Friday, April 12, 2019.
The part-time Membership, Graphic Design and Program Coordinator must have experience in managing membership; assisting with website updates and event registration, graphic design editing and new design, digital asset management, and program assistance as needed. The successful applicant will work with our Program Managers to coordinate membership renewals, communications with program participants and members, basic graphic design and website updates, and facilitate committee work as needed. The ideal candidate will be able to manage multiple projects simultaneously and will have experience coordinating multiple programs and communications tools while producing results in a timely manner. Preference is for an individual to work in our Milwaukee, Wisconsin office; however, this position can be executed via telecommuting if the successful candidate has demonstrated capacity to do so. This is a 1-year, non-salaried contractor opportunity. Time commitment will range from 15-25 hours per week. This position will be available for renewal and potentially grow to full-time depending on the successful candidate’s performance and the organization’s fundraising efforts.
Click here for the complete Membership, Graphic Design and Program Coordinator job announcement. Interested candidates, please email a single pdf file with a resume or CV, cover letter, sample of graphic design portfolio, and 2-3 references to: email@example.com by COB Friday, April 12, 2019.
Invasive Species Action Network Seeks Special Projects Coordinator
Invasive Species Action Network works to reduce the human-caused spread of aquatic invasive species by promoting behavior change. This is a great job opening for someone who already has some well-developed skills and is ready to join a small but successful non-profit that has many opportunities on the horizon. You will enjoy interacting with leaders across the US while benefitting from a low-stress work environment. This position reports directly to the Executive Director and is expected to work as part of a team with opportunities for leadership.
USDA APHIS Plant Protection & Quarantine Aid/Technician
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