Lead our work on quarterly oil and gas lease sales as well as leasing reform efforts,
coordinating with a large group of partners, co-authoring comments, and developing
Coordinate with partners and members to engage directly in important BLM and Forest
Service planning processes as well as execute public outreach efforts;
● Track important developments and advocate for conservation concerns in sage-grouse
management approaches at the state and federal levels;
● In coordination with the program director, monitor and advocate for strong state-level
management of migration corridors, build relationships with important wildlife
management stakeholders, and attend committee and commission meetings as needed;
● Advocate for conservation priorities on state lands;
● Work collaboratively with the broader program team to address emerging concerns and
think creatively about conservation opportunities and challenges.

Tagged as: Conservation

About Wyoming Outdoor Council

The Wyoming Outdoor Council is Wyoming’s oldest independent conservation organization. Founded in 1967, we are a member-based advocacy group. We use scientific, legal, and policy expertise to advocate the protection of public lands, wildlife, and clean air and water. We provide support and resources to empower citizens to do the same. We bring people and groups together to find workable solutions to tough conservation problems.

The Wyoming Outdoor Council offers excellent medical, dental, and vision benefits; generous paid family leave and vacation policies; and the opportunity to participate in a retirement plan. Job title and scope of responsibilities may change depending upon experience. We are committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion in all aspects of our work.

Application Instructions

Email a letter of interest explaining how your experience and skills make you the right person to join our team. Include a resume and three references (with contact and relationship information) to Misti Haase at [email protected] (please put “Conservation Advocate” in the subject)