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 Greater Yellowstone Senior Program Manager (GYSPM). This position will report to the Regional Director (RD) of the Northern Rockies Region Office (NRRO).
The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE), with Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks at its heart, 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 in Yellowstone and Grand Teton affects the entire National Park System; likewise, decisions made within the GYE have impact throughout the Northern Rockies Region. NPCA is a conservation leader helping to shape the future of the wild GYE and its many 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, unites us and fuels our commitment to become leaders fulfilling our shared mission for protecting and enhancing America’s national parks for present and future generations.
• Minimum five years of demonstrated success in working with or leading on designing, managing, implementing and assessing advocacy, issue, political, policy and/or place-based strategies and campaigns that drive change at the local, regional, state or federal level, and preferably with respect to conservation, climate change, and/or environmental policy.
• Proven track record of managing staff, interns, and volunteers
• Demonstrated ability to craft, implement and achieve creative strategies
About National Parks Conservation Association
We're protecting and enhancing America's National Park System for present and future generations.