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Development Manager

Supervisor: Development Director
Compensation: $42,000 to $50,000 DOE; full-time; generous benefits
Location: Bozeman or Missoula, MT

The Development Manager will design, develop, and implement MWA’s individual giving program. The Development Manager will be responsible for managing and cultivating relationships with donors, as well as identifying new prospects. This individual solicits donors to support our work. An ability to empathize with donors and clearly communicate MWA’s mission is key. The Development Manager will collaborate with team members to create and implement plans that encompass all aspects of fundraising and outreach into every fundraising effort.

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​Canvass Director, Montana Engagement Partnership

Supervisor:​ Mobilization Center Director, Montana Engagement Partnership
Compensation: ​$35,000 annually including benefits
Location: ​Bozeman, MT

The Montana Engagement Partnership (MEP) is a collaborative project jointly managed by Greater Yellowstone Coalition (GYC), Montana Conservation Voters (MCV), Montana Wilderness Association (MWA), and Montana Wildlife Federation (MWF). We believe that protecting Montana’s world-class fish and wildlife, public and working lands, clean water, and agricultural heritage are foundational values that define the Montana way of life. MEP seeks to build broad popular support for a proactive conservation agenda by engaging with, learning from, and activating Montanans to take part in the democratic process to ensure that public lands and a clean energy economy play a vital role in Montana’s future.

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Canvass Organizer

Supervisor: MWA State Policy Director
Compensation: $15.00/hour – 30 hours/week, Bonus opportunities available End Date: December 31st, 2018
Location: Bozeman, MT

The Montana Engagement Partnership (MEP) is a collaborative project jointly managed by Greater Yellowstone Coalition (GYC), Montana Conservation Voters (MCV), Montana Wilderness Association (MWA), and Montana Wildlife Federation (MWF). We believe that protecting Montana’s world-class fish and wildlife, public and working lands, clean water, and agricultural heritage are foundational values that define the Montana way of life. MEP seeks to build broad popular support for a proactive conservation agenda by engaging with, learning from, and activating Montanans to take part in the democratic process to ensure that public lands and a clean energy economy play a vital role in Montana’s future.

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Conservation Fellow

Supervisor: Depending on Location
Compensation: $14.00/hour as temporary (Sept. 2018 to May 2019), Part-time (10-15 hours/week), and opportunity to earn academic credit
Location: Missoula or Bozeman, MT

Since 2014, MWA has been offering exciting opportunities to new leaders in the conservation movement through our Fellows program. Our Fellowships are designed to give young leaders on-the-job experience, focused mentoring, and the opportunity to make an immediate difference as a member of MWA’s team. The Fellowships are also
designed to get young people across Montana engaged in MWA’s mission.

Conservation Fellows are integral members of MWA’s program team. They develop and implement grassroots campaigns to protect Montana’s public lands. They engage and inspire MWA members, volunteers, and supporters to take action in key campaigns. They also have the opportunity to identify and develop ideas for new projects.

Fellowship roles have typically been reserved for individuals who are completing or have recently completed their undergraduate or graduate work in the state university system.

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Native Conservation Fellow

Supervisor: Depending on Location
Compensation: $14.00/hour as temporary (Sept. 2018 to May 2019), Part-time (10-15 hours/week), and opportunity to earn academic credit
Location: Missoula or Bozeman, MT

Since 2014, MWA has been offering exciting opportunities to new leaders in the conservation movement through our Fellows program. Our Fellowships are designed to give young leaders on-the-job experience, focused mentoring, and the opportunity to make an immediate difference as a member of MWA’s team. The Fellowships are also designed to get young people across Montana engaged in MWA’s mission.

Conservation Fellows are ​integral members of MWA’s program team. They develop and implement grassroots campaigns to protect Montana’s public lands. They engage and inspire MWA members, volunteers, and supporters to take action in key campaigns. They also have the opportunity to identify and develop ideas for new projects.

Fellowship roles have typically been reserved for individuals who are completing or have recently completed their undergraduate or graduate work in the state university system.
The purpose of the Native American Conservation Fellow position is:

  1. To create opportunity for native american leadership in conservation.
  2. To increase the influence of native american perspectives in the work of MWA.
  3. To deepen our understanding of native american communities in Montana.

The Native American Conservation Fellow will be supervised by an MWA staff member and, as appropriate, advised by a university professor. If the Fellow is a current student, MWA will work closely with university staff to support the student’s educational goals.

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