World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Community Partnership Leader for our WWF US Arctic program. In collaboration with the supervisor and other staff members, the Community Partnership Leader plans, manages, communicates about, implements and monitors activities to engage with local partners in the US Arctic region (Bering, Beaufort and Chukchi seas). The person in this role also supports community priorities and builds relationships with Alaska Native partners and other coastal communities.
In face of the rapid changes brought about by climate change, including increasing development such as mining and shipping in the region, WWF-Alaska aims to support greater local involvement in decision-making about marine conservation and sound development. We seek a leader experienced in developing effective multi-constituency partnerships that improve the effectiveness of conservation programs while meeting local community needs.
Under the supervision of the Managing Director of the US-Arctic program and collaboration with and other staff members. The Community Partnerships Leader plans, manages, communicates, implements and monitors activities to engage with local partners; supports community priorities; and builds relationships with Alaska Native Organization (ANO) partners and other coastal communities. The position is based in Alaska, ideally in the WWF Anchorage office, but can be flexible. Salary and benefits package are very competitive.
For additional details about the program, please click on this link: WWF-Alaska Program & WWF-US Arctic Program
Program Design and Implementation – Focus on Community Perspective
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