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Communications Coordinator

Supervisor: Communications director
Compensation: $37,340 to $43,930 depending on experience; generous benefits
Location: Throughout Montana with preference in Bozeman or Helena

The communications coordinator will be part of a three-person team at MWA that develops and implements communications support for the organization and for its programs, campaigns, and projects. The coordinator will help plan, gather, write, and edit content for MWA’s print and electronic media assets, including its website, eblasts, newsletter, annual report, and social media channels. This position will help ensure that MWA maintains a high editorial quality and consistency in messaging across its many communications platforms.

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Central Montana Field Director

Supervisor: Conservation director
Compensation: $42,460 to $49,955 DOE; generous benefits
Location: Great Falls, MT

The Central Montana Field Director (CMT-FD) is responsible for various aspects of programmatic work while building support for issues and campaigns across central Montana. Working with MWA staff, volunteers, and partners, the CMT-FD develops and implements conservation strategies for some of Montana’s last best places. S/he works collaboratively on a variety of agency processes and legislative campaigns, while supervising interns, fellows or other staff as needed. The CMT-FD is also responsible for public relations, policy and position development, and engagement organizing strategies within the region.

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Trail Steward

Supervisor: Stewardship Director
Compensation: $10.00/hour, May 20 to August 20/30, 2019
Classification: Temporary, Non-Exempt (internship/college credit options available)
Duty Station: Western Montana (negotiable)
Work Location: Whitefish, MT and backcountry settings across the state

The Trail Steward (TS) assists stewardship staff in facilitating Volunteer Trail Crew projects throughout the state of Montana. The TS will work in conjunction with the US Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management, and other partners to complete successful trail maintenance projects on the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail and MWA campaign landscapes.

The TS will work in collaboration with the stewardship director and stewardship coordinator, and work alongside agency land managers and volunteer groups to complete trail maintenance projects lasting up to 8 days in a backcountry setting.

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