Grand Teton Senior Program Manager
Jackson Hole, WY, US
We’re protecting and enhancing America’s National Park System for present and future generations.
National Parks Conversation Association (NPCA), the nation’s oldest and largest national parks nonprofit advocate, has an exciting and transformative opportunity for a creative, thoughtful, impact-driven and results-oriented leader to become our Grand Teton Senior Program Manager (GTSPM). This position will report to the Regional Director (RD) of the Northern Rockies Regional Office (NRRO).
Grand Teton National Park, and the connected Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, is one of the world’s natural wonders, a crown jewel of the National Park System and a top priority for NPCA. Public policy established at Grand Teton affects the entire National Park System; likewise, decisions made within Grand Teton have impact throughout the larger ecosystem and the broader Northern Rockies Region. NPCA is a conservation leader helping to shape the future of Grand Teton National Park and its gateway communities, especially in this time of rapid climate change, and we care deeply about our work and our employees.
When you join NPCA, you will become part of a highly supportive community that believes in respect through understanding and is guided by our core values: Commitment, Inclusion, Integrity and Respect. Our core values embolden us to achieve excellence, unite us and fuel our commitment to become leaders fulfilling our shared mission of protecting and enhancing America’s national parks for present and future generations.
Location: Jackson Hole Area, WY
Benefits: We offer competitive compensation and benefits including a four-day, 32-hour work week, paid sabbaticals for staff after seven years of service and more. Learn more about our benefits.
The GTSPM will work in coordination with Northern Rockies and other NPCA staff to develop and execute programmatic campaign plans that identify and advance priority conservation issues impacting Grand Teton National Park. Building and maintaining meaningful relationships with stakeholders and decision makers to inform and support our advocacy positions is a foundational approach to our work in Grand Teton National Park, across the region and nationally.
The successful candidate will be a thoughtful, creative, strategic and inclusion-minded conservation leader with the demonstrated ability to co-create, implement and measure conservation victories and impact, in line with NPCA’s vision for the region and strategic plan. Key to the success of the GTSPM will be the ability to create and advance targeted, effective advocacy campaigns and to work effectively across a diverse set of partnerships, coalitions, organizations and stakeholders, at the local, state, regional and national level. NPCA is committed to staff working toward justice, equity, diversity and inclusion both internally and in our work with people outside the organi
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We're protecting and enhancing America's National Park System for present and future generations.