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Open Position: Black Belt Coordinator
Full-time, benefits eligible. Birmingham and Hale, Perry, Dallas, and Marengo Counties.
Application deadline extended to 01 June 2020
Alabama Audubon’s Black Belt Coordinator works to ensure the long-term success of our outreach and conservation initiatives in the Alabama Black Belt region, with a particular emphasis on Hale, Perry, Dallas, and Marengo Counties. As a key member of our staff, the Black Belt Coordinator works in close consultation with Alabama Audubon’s senior leadership team to: 1) develop and promote bird-related ecotourism in the Black Belt; 2) ensure continued funding for Alabama Audubon’s Black Belt initiatives; 3) manage and maintain key partnerships with Black Belt stakeholders, including local volunteers; 4) keep the public and key partners informed about our Black Belt work; and 5) develop and implement outreach programs aimed at helping Black Belt communities and tourists steward, learn about, benefit from, and enjoy local bird populations.
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