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Current Job Openings
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Are you a Guardian for public lands, waters, and the wildlife that rely on those lands and waters? Are you a great visual, verbal and written communicator who wants to lead a team that can create compelling communications? Do you have a passion for all things environmental that you want to proclaim from a rooftop, a short film, news release, or even, with a tweet? Do you possess a special magic that can move varied audiences (elected officials, our membership, the media) to connect to the important work of WildEarth Guardians? If so, this leadership position may be for you!
WildEarth Guardians seeks a Communications Director who will play an integral role in elevating the organization’s profile using both innovative and conventional communications strategies and tactics. A qualified candidate must have the knowledge and skills in values-based storytelling, paired with a commitment to the Guardians’ statement on justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion. A successful candidate will demonstrate proven skills as a strategic thinker and communicator, in a progressive-minded organization. Read the full description.
New Mexico Climate and Energy Advocate
WildEarth Guardians is hiring a full-time Climate and Energy Advocate to play a leading role in our western U.S.-wide efforts to safeguard our climate. The Advocate will lead advocacy strategies through engagement with administrative agencies, the media, the public, and the courts, primarily focused in New Mexico, where there is tremendous need and opportunity to advance a just and equitable transition from fossil fuels. Read the full description.
Carnivore Coexistence Advocate
WildEarth Guardians (Guardians) seeks a full-time Carnivore Coexistence Advocate (Advocate) to lead our efforts to protect native carnivores (think wolves, grizzly bears and mountain lions, oh my) on federal public lands. For far too long, and as an accepted practice, carnivores have been killed to make way for livestock on public lands. This “management” of wildlife-livestock conflicts is, at times, conducted even before any such conflicts occur. We believe that native carnivores have an inherent right to exist in the wild and that the federal government has an obligation to protect and ensure habitat for these species. The Advocate will be at the front line of the effort to get federal land management agencies – namely, the US Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management – to ban the use of cruel and indiscriminate tools on lands they manage as well as to enact regulations for mandatory non-lethal management practices for wildlife-livestock conflicts. The Advocate will also be responsible for identifying and engaging in high-profile livestock-wildlife conflicts in the Northern Rockies and for developing strategies that leverage these examples as a catalyst for change. Read the full description.