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E-M:/ CRWC Executive Director Postion Announcement


The Executive Director promotes watershed management through cooperative efforts with governments, businesses, community organizations, and individuals. The ideal candidate will fulfill CRWC's mission through sound management of the organization's internal operations (including day-to-day activities, staff oversight, and team-building) and external relationships with other agencies, organizations, and individuals via the activities outlined below. Responsibilities: Promote watershed-based land use planning and sound watershed management practices through watershed planning activities, permit reviews, site visits, presentations, and requests for assistance; Oversee the development and coordination of CRWC's education and stewardship programs, including Adopt-A-Stream, Stream Leaders, River Day, Clinton Clean-Up, Clinton River Coldwater Conservation Project, publications, and other public forums, workshops, conferences, and presentations; Promote CRWC as a watershed management service provider & advocate; Develop and implement a strategic plan in cooperation with and approved by the Board of Directors; Develop and administer an annual budget and work plan; Oversee the development and implementation of CRWC's fundraising strategy; Oversee the development and implementation of CRWC's marketing and communications strategy; Promote efficient operation of the workplace; Facilitate staff support to the Board of Directors; Hire and manage staff, including establishing performance criteria, conducting annual reviews, and facilitating professional development; Comply with the bylaws of the Clinton River Watershed Council. Masters degree preferred. Relevant conservation and non-profit experience strongly prefered.
The Clinton River Watershed Council (CRWC) located in Rochester, MI is seeking an experienced and enthusiastic team leader to manage CRWC's daily operations and watershed management activities. CRWC is a 33-year-old 501(c)3 non-profit organization that coordinates efforts of individuals, businesses, local governments, and community groups to protect, enhance, and celebrate the Clinton River, its watershed, and Lake St. Clair. Key program areas include watershed management, education, and stewardship. CRWC currently has a staff of 4 full-time and 2 part-time employees. Our office is located a stone's throw from the Clinton River in vibrant downtown Rochester. For more information about us and a complete job description, visit our website at: www.crwc.org.
Compensation: Salary commensurate with experience, plus medical and dental insurance, vacation, sick, and holiday pay, and travel reimbursement. Send cover letter, resume and references to Hiring Committee, CRWC, 101 Main Street, Suite 100, Rochester MI 48307. Open until filled-prefered receipt before August 30,2005.
Please do not email applications.
Tracie Beasley
Stewardship Director
Clinton River Watershed Council
101 Main St., Suite 101
Rochester, MI 48307
248-601-0606; Fax 248-601-1280