Director, TNC Allegheny Highlands Program

The Director of The Nature Conservancy's Allegheny Highlands Program establishes the Conservancy as a major conservation partner within western Virginia and the Central Appalachians, defines conservation priorities in the region, manages a team that implements conservation strategies, and builds strategic, scientific, and technical capacity in the field. Current priority strategies that the Director will lead include: 1) working with partners to advance the restoration of fire-adapted forests, 2) positioning Warm Springs Mountain Preserve as a flagship preserve for outdoor recreation enthusiasts, donors and researchers while modeling responsible stewardship and demonstrating sound ecological management, 3) working with community partners to advocate for the Conservancy’s mission in the Allegheny Highlands program area; and 4) advancing the science and management of private working lands to improve habitat for golden-winged warblers and other species of greatest conservation need.

Location: Hot Springs, Virginia
Deadline: February 4, 2018
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