Public Lands Wildlife Forester – Southwest Virginia
Location: Norton, VA
To apply, email your cover letter and résumé to Nick at email@example.com
Position summary: The SW-VA Public Lands Wildlife Forester’s main duties will include working with RGS & AWS staff and USDA Forest Service staff, as well as local partners such as the Virginia Department of Forestry, Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources, US Fish and Wildlife Service, conservation nonprofits, consulting foresters, procurement foresters, timber purchasers, and other contractors.
The SW-VA Public Lands Wildlife Forester will be based out of the USDA Forest Service Clinch Ranger District Office in Norton, VA. The Forester is an RGS & AWS employee and represents RGS & AWS in its work. The Forester will be supervised by RGS & AWS’ Southern Appalachian Forest Conservation Director in partnership with the GW-Jeff. There will be a 60-day probationary period.
Member Services Support Coordinator
Location: Pittsburgh, PA Area
To apply, email your cover letter and résumé to Nicole at firstname.lastname@example.org
Position summary: The Member Services Support Coordinator will provide administrative support to ensure the efficient operation of the Membership Department. This position is responsible for quality customer services to RGS & AWS members and donors.
The Coordinator will fulfill membership administrative functions including but not limited to: answering member phone calls, responding to member requests via e-mail, data entry into the society’s membership management system, opening and distributing mail that comes into RGS & AWS headquarters and assisting the Accounting department with general administrative duties (as needed) with attention to detail and accuracy.
This position is supervised by the Membership Services and Project Manager and works effectively as a team member across disciplines and among all staff. This position is required to report in-person to the RGS & AWS Central Office in the Pittsburgh area (currently Coraopolis, PA) and is expected to work full time (40 hours/week).
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact your local RGS & AWS chapter.
About Ruffed Grouse Society & American Woodcock Society
RGS & AWS unite conservationists to improve wildlife habitat and forest health. Since 1961, RGS has promoted stewardship for our forests, our wildlife, and our future. Our vision is to create landscapes of diverse, functioning forest ecosystems that provide homes for wildlife and opportunities for people to experience them.