Executive Vice President of Conservation
NATIONAL WILD TURKEY FEDERATION - Edgefield, SC

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DESCRIPTION

The National Wild Turkey Federation is searching for an Executive Vice President of Conservation. The chosen person will reside in the Aiken/Edgefield, South Carolina area or be willing to relocate here. The Executive Vice President of Conservation directs all aspects of conservation related programs. This position is responsible for establishing programmatic priorities for conservation programs, developing and implementing strategies and plans for accomplishing them.

DUTIES

Job tasks and key responsibilities may include the following:
Works with the Chief Executive Officer to set the strategic direction and conservation priorities that position the NWTF as a major conservation partner in the nation.

Responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with state and federal agencies, private organizations, universities and companies throughout North America to provide additional funding sources for conservation programs.

Directly supervises two Assistant Vice Presidents within the department to insure that they are operating strategically and efficiently in the delivery and advancement of NWTF's mission statement. Provides indirect supervision of other employees that report directly to these staff positions.

Works with NWTF volunteers on all aspects of the conservation programs. Including but not limited to research, private land owner wildlife management, state wildlife agency relationships, federal agency programs (i.e., USDA. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Natural Resources Conservation Service and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, etc.)

This position is part of NWTF's Senior Management Team and is responsible for coordinating and integrating of conservation programs (budget and resources) into the overall organization

Ensures conservation program accountability and compliance with internal policies and procedures and with external (donor/legal) requirements.

QUALIFICATIONS

Master's Degree required, Ph.D. desired with at least 10 years-experience in the conservation field.
Knowledgeable of local, state and federal regulations and current trends as it relates to conservation initiatives and hunting.
Demonstrated ability to design, implement and direct complex and diverse projects inside and outside of the organization to achieve program objectives.
Strong and proven track record of achieving results. Must be a team player, self-directed, well-organized and politically savvy.
Strong professional supervisory and team management experience, including ability to motivate, lead, set objectives and manage performance of a diverse team(s) including staff, conservation groups, governmental organizations and volunteers.
Excellent public speaking, presentation and written/oral communication skills.
Ability to provide expert testimony to the U.S. Congress, state governments and others.
Business experience developing, directing and managing multiple projects and budgets and implementing strategic program goals.
Extensive travel required.
Demonstrated experience in MS Office, Word and Excel. Ability to analyze and interpret data.

Job tasks and key responsibilities may include the following:
Works with the Chief Executive Officer to set the strategic direction and conservation priorities that position the NWTF as a major conservation partner in the nation.

Responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with state and federal agencies, private organizations, universities and companies throughout North America to provide additional funding sources for conservation programs.

Directly supervises two Assistant Vice Presidents within the department to insure that they are operating strategically and efficiently in the delivery and advancement of NWTF's mission statement. Provides indirect supervision of other employees that report directly to these staff positions.

Works with NWTF volunteers on all aspects of the conservation programs. Including but not limited to research, private land owner wildlife management, state wildlife agency relationships, federal agency programs (i.e., USDA. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Natural Resources Conservation Service and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, etc.)

This position is part of NWTF's Senior Management Team and is responsible for coordinating and integrating of conservation programs (budget and resources) into the overall organization

Ensures conservation program accountability and compliance with internal policies and procedures and with external (donor/legal) requirements.

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