Director of Conservation Science (Oregon, USA) ~

31 de diciembre de 2016

Director of Conservation Science (Oregon, USA)

The Nature Conservancy in Oregon is hiring a Director of Conservation Science to join our conservation team. The Director of Conservation Science serves as the Oregon Chapter’s lead on science. S/he leads and manages a team of direct reports and coordinates with other scientists in the chapter and across the Conservancy to set a vision and integrate an evidence-based, scientific approach into the Conservancy’s land, water, oceans and climate applied conservation and policy work. The Director applies existing and cutting-edge solutions to major conservation problems and is responsible for leading collaborative enterprises that delivers results and creates a body of scientific work that transforms how conservation is done for nature and people in Oregon and beyond. S/he conducts scientific investigations as well as empowers the team to do science by providing coordination, oversight and fundraising (as needed). S/he will drive a culture of accountability, ensuring that all science staff are actively and positively contributing to achieving results aligned with chapter priorities. S/he also deploys strategic thinking and planning skills, cultivates partnerships to increase the visibility and impact of our conservation work, and builds support for local, regional, and global conservation efforts. This position will report to the Director of Conservation.

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Applications must be submitted in our system prior to 8:59 PM Pacific Standard Time on January 20, 2017.

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