The Alliance is excited to announce the following position openings for part time fellowships and full time staff:
The Planner will lead Alliance efforts to shape land-use, transportation, housing, and other community development plans for the benefit of our wildlife, wild places, and community character. They will manage a broad portfolio of projects, including both reacting to proposals (e.g. Hog Island Comprehensive Plan amendment, Snow King Base Area Masterplan, Natural Resource Land Development Regulations) and leading our own proactive projects (e.g. scenario planning, transfer of development rights policy). They will confidently help Alliance leadership determine how the Alliance should engage on projects and issues as they arise, develop compelling alternatives to projects we deem harmful to our community, and lead the technical development of proactive plans and policies to create a better future.
This work includes reviewing successful initiatives from similar communities, attending community planning meetings, discussing ideas with local experts and stakeholders, building relationships with key agency staff and community leaders, and providing technical recommendations for long-range planning in Teton County and the Town of Jackson.
The Planner will provide policy analysis and recommendations, write technical recommendations on behalf of the Alliance, and will advise the Executive Director, Board of Directors, and Alliance staff to ensure that all are sufficiently informed on key issues.
Compensation: This full time position will be filled at the Associate to Manager level depending on experience. Competitive salary ranges from mid-40s to low-50s depending on level. The Alliance offers a comprehensive benefits package including health insurance, retirement, vacation and holidays, flexible schedules, and the opportunity to do meaningful work for Jackson Hole.
Start date: The expected start date is July 22, 2019.
To Apply: Click here to view the full position description. Application deadline is Friday, June 14, at 5pm. Send cover letter and resume to email@example.com. No phone calls please. The Alliance is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from candidates in communities traditionally underrepresented in conservation.
The Alliance is excited to increase its civic engagement program with three part-time fellowships.
We’re seeking two fellows to coordinate our new Watchdogs volunteer teams: Public Lands & Wildlife and Community Planning & Character. Fellows will track issues through public meeting agendas, and host public events when relevant. Learn more about our Watchdogs program here.
Boards & Commissions Organizer Fellow
We’re also hiring a Boards & Commissions Organizer Fellow to keep track of openings on important boards and to encourage new applicants, especially from underrepresented groups in our community.
Duration: Average of 2 hours per week over the course of the year. Interested persons may apply for a single position or any combination of open fellowships (e.g. you could apply for both a Watchdogs fellowship and the boards & commissions fellowship, for a total of 4 hours / week). Schedule is flexible and requires work on some evenings and weekends.
Start Date: Flexible with goal of June 1.
To Apply: Click here to view the full position description. Send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis through May 24, at 5:00pm MST.