The primary objective of this position is to help a variety of audiences connect to GSENM in meaningful and impactful ways, enabling individuals to serve as responsible land-use advocates and stewards of the Monument. The person in this position will support existing GSEP and Escalante River Watershed Partnership initiatives, as well as collaborate with the Education Programs Manager to expand new events/programs, in the form of logistical and administrative support as well as program facilitation/implementation. The Stewardship and Education Coordinator will recruit, train, and coordinate volunteers; schedule and coordinate public events, such as community lectures; collaborate with GSEP staff and other agency/organization staff to develop stewardship/service opportunities for GSEP constituents; and carry out other tasks related to facilitating constituent connections with GSENM.

Tagged as: Backcountry Skills, Conservation, Teaching/Education

About Grand Staircase Escalante Partners

Grand Staircase Escalante Partners (GSEP) is the nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. This 1.88 million-acre national monument in Southern Utah is home to incredible biodiversity, important cultural and historical resources, and countless opportunities for scientific research. Due to the geographic remoteness and rugged character of this landscape, this region was the last area to be mapped in the contiguous United States and remains a frontier for exploration and discovery. The mission of Grand Staircase Escalante Partners is to honor the past and safeguard the future of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument through science, conservation, and education. We advocate for the strongest possible conservation management of the Monument.

Application Instructions

Email cover letter and resume to [email protected]