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Enviro-Mich message from anne.woiwode@sfsierra.sierraclub.org

Enviro-Michers: Forwarding a couple of job announcements FYI -- respond to
those listed, not to me -- AW

From: The Wildlands Project <wildlands@twp.org>

Job Announcements
Reserve Design Coordinator and Executive Director

Reserve Design Coordinator

THE WILDLANDS PROJECT seeks Reserve Design Coordinator to assist
cooperating organizations with development of reserve design proposals
throughout North America.  Candidates should have 3-5 years conservation
advocacy experience and background or degree in natural sciences. 
Responsibilities include coordinating work of staff reserve design team,
motivating and assisting cooperators in development of proposals, assuring
application of biological and social sciences, and providing input on
future implementation of proposals. Salary range: $28,000-$34,000.  Send
letter of application, resume, three references by September 1, 1999 to:
RDC Search, The Wildlands Project, 1955 W. Grant Rd., Suite 145, Tucson, AZ

Executive Director

The Board of Directors of The Wildlands Project has decided an adjustment
in senior staff configuration is necessary to make the Wildlands Project
team function better.  As a result it will be making a change of Executive
Director on October 31, 1999.  Steve Gatewood will continue as Executive
Director until then or such other time as he and the Board agree.  In
accordance with this change, the following announcement of a job opening
for the Executive Director position is being advertised:


THE WILDLANDS PROJECT seeks experienced Executive Director with
conservation experience.  The E-D is responsible for overall management of
day-to-day operations of the organization, including recruitment,
supervision of staff, contractors, interns and volunteers; budgeting,
financial management and fundraising; support of Board of Directors and its
committees; and internal communications. The Executive Director reports to
the Board through its Executive Committee, and works in partnership with
Science Director and Chairman to implement overall strategy. Closing date
September 1, 1999. Salary DOE. Send cover letter, resume, 3 references, and
recent published work or writing samples to: E-D Search, The Wildlands
Project, 1955 W. Grant Rd., Suite 145, Tucson, AZ 85745.  

The Wildlands Project

***National Audubon Society Job Announcement***
From: "Lora WONDOLOWSKI"<lwondolowski@audubon.org>

Position: Grassroots Organizer, Wildlife Refuge and Forest Campaigns


Founded in 1905, the National Audubon Society is one of the oldest,
largest, and most respected environmental organizations in the country. We
are named after John James Audubon (1785-1851), famed naturalist, explorer,
and wildlife artist. The mission of the National Audubon Society is to
conserve and restore natural ecosystems focusing on birds, other wildlife,
and their habitats, for the benefit of humanity and the earth's biological
diversity. We have over 550,000 members, organized into 518 chapters
throughout the Americas. Our grassroots activists are among the best and
most respected of any environmental organization.
The Forest and Wildlife Refuge Campaigns are core campaigns of the National
Audubon Society.  The Wildlife Refuge Campaign is working to build an
active constituency of citizens who will speak out on behalf of the
National Wildlife Refuge System and work toward its stewardship and
protection for birds and other wildlife.  The Audubon Refuge Keepers (ARK)
Program of the campaign coordinates a national network of local citizen
groups that work with refuges on on-the-ground projects.  Through the
Bringing Home Alaska Program, the Campaign is also reaching out to
concerned citizens in the lower 49 states to get them involved in the fight
to protect Alaska's 16 refuges.

Audubon's Forest Habitat Campaign seeks to conserve and restore America's
forest ecosystems and the habitat they provide to birds and wildlife, for
their inherent value and for the benefit of current and future generations.
We use energetic grassroots activism supported by sound science and policy
in our pursuit of this goal.  The Forest Campaign addresses a wide range of
issues across the country. Forest Campaign goals include preserving
ancient, virgin, and roadless forests; restricting clearcutting; ending
logging subsidies; promoting forest restoration; ensuring public
participation opportunities in public land management; and assisting in
campaigns to preserve state and local forests.
Job Description:

The National Audubon Society seeks a highly motivated, self-starting
grassroots organizer for our Forest and Wildlife Refuge Campaigns. The
position is split 50-50 between the two campaigns, requiring excellent
organizational skills.  This individual will be in charge of the Bringing
Home Alaska Program and recruiting and helping to maintain the ARK network
for the Wildlife Refuge Campaign.  This individual will serve as the
grassroots organizer for the Audubon Forest Campaign, in charge of all
grassroots interaction including communications, recruitment, organizing,
and database maintenance.

     * Coordinate Bringing Home Alaska Program, including trainings,
     recruitment, house parties, materials, mailings, and grassroots
     * Coordinate Refuge Watch, the quarterly newsletter of the Wildlife
     Campaign, including writing and editing;
     * In conjunction with Outreach Director, recruit and maintain ARK
     * Organize Audubon forest activists around forest issues, such as
     votes or
     administrative actions, by managing grassroots communication tools
     including fact sheets and action alerts; listserves, website, and
     * Serve as main point of contact on forest issues between Audubon's
     office and Audubon grassroots volunteers;
     * Recruit new volunteers to work with us to change forest policy;
     *  Assist with email listserve management and updating websites;
     * Other duties as assigned by supervisor.


     * At LEAST one year of grassroots organizing experience;
     * Strong written and verbal communication skills;
     * Previous experience with legislative and advocacy campaigns;
     * Excellent organizational skills, proven ability to be flexible in
     multiple tasks, and attention to detail.
     * Basic computer skills (word processing, web and email use, etc)

Salary:  $$25,000 + excellent benefits

Application Process:

National Audubon Society is seeking applications by August 15th -- or until
position is filled.  Send or fax resume, letters of reference, writing
sample, and cover letter outlining your experience to:

     National Audubon Society
     1901 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Suite 1100
     Washington, DC 20006
     Attn: Lora Wondolowski
     Fax: 202/861-4290

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