Project Manager, Trout Unlimited

Job Type(s): Executive
Deadline: January 30, 2018 12:00 am
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Trout Unlimited Project Managers hold unique and diverse positions. The shortest description of the job is to “make things happen.” In that spirit, Trout Unlimited is hiring a self-motivated and highly capable person to identify, plan, and implement water conservation, fish passage and stream restoration projects to benefit aquatic resources and fish populations in the Rock Creek watershed. The Project Manager will work closely with the local agricultural community and agency partners to seek opportunities to reconnect and restore coldwater habitat on both private and public lands. The Project Manager will be responsible for all aspects of restoration project work in Rock Creek, but will also work closely with other Trout Unlimited staff and volunteers working throughout the Clark Fork Basin. A significant focus will be placed upon partnership-building with the WestSlope Chapter as well as other local Trout Unlimited chapters and grassroots leaders, land trusts, state and federal agencies, landowners, watershed groups, and other non-profit organizations. In addition, the successful applicant will be expected to seek out and obtain grant funding to support project work and core operational costs. The Project Manager will be based with other Trout Unlimited staff out of our office in Missoula, MT.

Please send a letter of interest, resume and three professional references to Casey Hackathorn, Upper Clark Fork Program Manager, at by January 30, 2018. No phone calls please.