Job Postings & Leadership Opportunities
We are seeking an innovative leader with a proven ability to motivate others, build a strong sense of teamwork, collaborate with diverse interest groups, seek creative solutions and successfully communicate important biological principles to promote the WDFW conservation mission in Washington State. The incumbent will share our values of trust, respect, diversity, equity, and inclusion.
This work makes lasting contributions to the department’s goal to conserve and protect native fish and wildlife and the associated Habitat Program objectives:
Habitat exists in sufficient quantity and quality to achieve fish and wildlife conservation, recovery and harvest goals;
Habitat ecosystem functions necessary for fish and wildlife survival and recovery are protected and restored; and
Habitat connectivity is maintained and restored.
Under the supervision of the Ecosystem Services Division Manager, this position serves as the senior planning consultant, designated in writing by the Habitat
Program’s Director, for the ongoing development and implementation of the Forest Habitats Section. Through the Forest Habitats Section, the department works in partnership with other state agencies, federal agencies, local governments, and land managers to implement approaches that protect and restore the health of Washington’s fish and wildlife and the forest ecosystems upon which they depend.
Manages the Habitat Program’s Forest Habitats Section and associated services to implement the fish, wildlife, and habitat conservation priorities of the department;
Provides coordination and consultation to Section staff, other WDFW staff, and entities that manage forests (whether federal, state, local, tribal, or private) to identify and resolve forest health and management issues that affect the conservation of fish, wildlife, and their habitats; and
Reviews and recommends forest management approaches to the diverse ownership of forested ecosystems statewide that conserve fish, wildlife, and their habitats;
Represents the agency on the Timber Fish and Wildlife Policy Committee and the Forest Health Advisory Committee;
Works with federal, state, and other entities to support positive outcomes through the US Forest Service Shared Stewardship Memorandum of Understanding.
Location: Olympia, WA
Application Window: 1/15/2020-2/2/2020
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Serve as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Dairy Farmers of Washington, a self-governing agency of the State of Washington that champions, promotes, and gives voice to the products, businesses, and organizations that support Washington State dairy.
– Lead the organization in efforts to fulfill the mission of our organizations: to promote the consumption and sale of dairy products produced by Washington State Dairy Farmers nationally and internationally.
– Responsible for the overall operation, finances, administration, membership communication, and programming of the organizations.
– Report to the Board of Directors and implement policies approved by the Boards.
– Provide strategic leadership, direction, inspiration, and support by working with the Board of Directors and staff to establish long range goals, strategies, plans, and policies.
– Provide representation on behalf of the organizations as its CEO.
– Secure support and funding from various sources in order to ensure the continued sustainability of Dairy Farmers of Washington.
Learn more about the organization at: wadairy.org
The purpose of this position is to significantly increase the amount of forest land being managed sustainably under a written Forest Stewardship Plan. This position originates, develops, and conducts formal forestry education programs to new and established non-industrial forest landowners in northeast Washington.
The duties of this position include, but are not limited to, providing oversight, training and consultation to promote sound, responsible forestry and environmental management. In conjunction with the Washington State Department of Natural Resources, this position supports requests for professional assessments related to forest stewardship management planning in northeast Washington with a focus on the Colville and Little Spokane River Basins.
American Farmland Trust’s Pacific Northwest Regional Director position offers an exciting opportunity to help shape and carry out the strategic agenda of a growing, forward-looking conservation organization. The Director will provide strategic leadership for American Farmland Trust’s programs in the Pacific Northwest, with an emphasis on Washington, Oregon and Idaho. For more information, go to Pacific Northwest Regional Director.
WHY SHOULD I BECOME A MEMBER?
Northwest families live, work and play in our vast coastal areas, open spaces, scenic mountain passes, and rivers, and enjoy all the recreational wonders the Northwest has to offer. This often remote environment can place residents and visitors at risk when they need immediate and specific medical attention, whether it is a pediatric medical emergency, heart attack, stroke or accident. Life Flight Network can quickly dispatch a specialized emergency health care team to an accident or medical emergency to provide critical care life support and accompany the patient on a swift flight to a medically appropriate facility.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP?
Depending upon the distance, air medical transport and patient care charges can quickly exceed $15,000. If you or a covered family member are flown by Life Flight Network or one of its reciprocal partners under a medically necessary emergency air transport, Life Flight Network will accept an insurance settlement (if any) as payment in full, and you will have no out-of-pocket expenses. We bill your insurance company directly for the medical transport, so you will not pay any deductibles or out-of-pocket expenses beyond your membership fee.
AM I COVERED OUTSIDE THE LIFE FLIGHT NETWORK SERVICE AREA?
Whether in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Northern Nevada, or Northern California, you may be covered if transported by a reciprocal provider, subject to the reciprocating program’s membership rules. Please refer to our website for the most up-to-date list of reciprocal partners.
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