WE’RE HIRING

Are you passionate about protecting public lands? Do you want to be a voice for wild places and wildlife? We have two opportunities to join our team.

COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR

POSITION SUMMARY: The Communications Director is responsible for all aspects of Wilderness Workshop’s communications, branding and marketing work. The Communications Director works with program staff to implement strategic and proactive communications that advance the programmatic goals of the organization. The Communications Director builds the organization’s brand and increases public recognition to support fundraising efforts and social license. The Communications Director promotes events, builds relationships with the media and is responsible for all aspects of the organization’s written communications including press releases, newsletters, e-blasts, website, social media, and fundraising materials.

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DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY ORGANIZING

POSITION SUMMARY: The Director of Community Organizing is primarily responsible for creating a culture of activism in our local community and engaging the public in support of our public lands conservation efforts, and collaborates with other staff to achieve the organization’s programmatic goals. The Director of Community Organizing and the Defiende Nuestra Tierra Director are responsible for the organizing component of all initiatives and campaigns at WW, and work together to ensure WW’s organizing efforts as a whole are culturally representative of and relevant to the diverse community we serve.

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Want to Apply?
After reading the ‘Leadership Profile,’ qualified candidates are encouraged to apply by submitting a resume, salary requirements and a letter of interest describing why your qualifications and past experience make you an ideal candidate to Jobs@wildernessworkshop.org with the subject: “Communications Director” or “Director of Community Organizing.” All applications are to be submitted electronically. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and candidates are encouraged to submit materials prior to September 15, 2020.

The Wilderness Workshop provides equal employment opportunities to all persons. No employee or applicant for employment will be discriminated against because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, otherwise qualified handicap or disability, or veteran status.