Cassie Kelly, January 24, 2019
The Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) is a non-profit, member-driven organization. We partner with corporations, their employees, fellow conservation organizations, government agencies and communities to recognize and encourage wildlife habitat projects for conservation and education. WHC is committed to maintaining a positive workplace, where base salary is enriched by flexible working hours, the ability to work remotely, professional development opportunities, and a generous benefits package.
The Manager, Conservation Planning is a member of the Conservation Strategy and Planning team, the services arm of WHC. This position reports to the Senior Manager, Conservation Strategy and works closely with the Senior Director, a member of the WHC leadership team.
The Manager, Conservation Planning develops and engages a network of stakeholders to collaborate with WHC to create conservation and STEM programs on corporate lands benefiting communities in Michigan and Ontario. In doing so, the Manager, Conservation Planning develops strategies and tactics to increase corporate participation in community engagement. This position requires a confident, professional personality who is at ease engaging with both corporate executives and community members.
Regular domestic and occasional international travel is to be expected. This position may include travel up to three times per month; trips can be a single day or multiple days.
This position includes some light physical work. The employee should be able to lift up to 20 lbs. and can expect frequent lifting and/or carrying of objects weighing up to 10 lbs. The employee may also be standing, sitting, or walking for prolong period s of time, and can expect frequent bending, typing, and kneeling, and will complete frequent visual inspections. The employee is occasionally climbing, crouching, crawling, or stooping.
The employee is occasionally exposed to outdoor weather conditions including the extreme cold (temperatures below 32°F for more than one hour). The employee is occasionally exposed to extreme noise sufficient to cause the worker to shout in order to be heard above the ambient noise level. The employee might be subject to hazards including moving mechanical parts, electrical current, working on scaffolding in high places, exposure to extreme heat, chemicals, oils, solvents, asbestos, or radiation. Safety briefing and/or training will be provided in such cases.
To apply, please submit a resume, a cover letter and an indication of salary expectation to firstname.lastname@example.org.