POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT - BEAR SAFETY EDUCATION COORDINATOR
Wildlife Management Institute
Bear Safety Education Coordinator Position Description
Position Title: Southwest Montana Bear Safety Education Coordinator
Reports to: Wildlife Management Institute
Dates of Employment: Employment will be from the date of hire through May 31, 2018 with the possibility of up to 4 months furlough, December through March, in both years.
Start Date: Immediately
To Apply: Submit cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Deadline May 23, 2016
Salary/Benefits: $20.79 per hour, and will be expected to work an average of 74 hours per pay period (i.e. $1,528.46 each 2 weeks). In addition, the incumbent will be enrolled in WMIâ€™s 401(k) program, with an annual contribution of 3-8% of incumbentâ€™s annual salary. WMI does not provide health insurance or any other benefits for limited-term-employees.
The Southwest Montana Bear Safety Education Program is a two-year pilot program, April 2016 through May 2018, which will improve program delivery and efficiency by employing a human-bear coexistence outreach trainer and coordinator. The Wildlife Management Institute (WMI) is currently recruiting for a limited term employee to serve as the Bear Safety Education Coordinator. Employment will be from the date of hire through May 31, 2018 with the possibility of up to 4 months furlough, December through March, in both years.
The coordinator will be employed by WMI and collaborate with the locally-based Southwest Montana Bear Education Working Group (SMBEWG). Working Group members include the U.S. Forest Service; Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks; the Wildlife Conservation Society; the Wildlife Management Institute; and People and Carnivores. The Coordinator will support and synchronize consistent bear education messaging, support seasonal bear education technicians, organize bear-related public outreach for member agencies of the SMBEWG, and increase public contact through year-round outreach. In addition, the Coordinator will work with WMI to create an ongoing and summary evaluation plan that will assess the effectiveness of this approach.
For full document, click here>>