Applications are now being accepted for a full-time Senior Conservation Analyst position with the Colorado Chapter of The Nature Conservancy . Here’s the direct link to the job posting (job ID# 50820), and applications are due by 11:59 EST on 2/4/22. As links to TNC’s Careers site can be a bit buggy, you can also search for the job title and ID# if the link fails to work.
As a member of the Conservation Science and Planning Team within TNC’s Colorado Business Unit, the Senior Conservation Analyst is a creative and collaborative problem-solver who is motivated and energized by the use of spatial analysis and other tools to understand complex conservation challenges, identify solutions, and communicate about the same. They have a lead role in providing technical and scientific support for conservation projects, strategies, and initiatives through spatial data management, analysis, training, and application. They oversee GIS and other relational database programs and provides technical expertise to both Conservancy staff and external stakeholders. They also coordinate analytical and data management activities between internal and external sources, supervise a team of analysts, maintain and expand professional partnerships and collaborations, communicate results to diverse audiences, and integrate new methods and technologies into analytical and data visualization frameworks.
This is an exciting opportunity to join the TNC-Colorado’s Conservation Science and Planning Team, and I’d appreciate your assistance with sharing this position widely so that we get a broad and diverse applicant pool.
Drew Rayburn, Ph.D. | Director of Conservation Science and Planning | The Nature Conservancy in Colorado | drew.rayburn | C: +1 530 723 3233