COSA Hiring Deputy Director, New Mexico Forest and Watershed Restoration I nstitute

Unique opportunity with New Mexico Forest and Watershed Restoration Institute. This is a new position, chart your own path doing meaningful work! Flexible remote work options within proximity of Las Vegas, New Mexico.

Position Deputy Director
Position Summary The New Mexico Forest & Watershed Restoration Institute (FWRI) seeks an integral member of a growing team working towards wildfire resilience, post-fire restoration, and watershed conservation. We welcome candidates who can work collaboratively with a dynamic team in applied research and community engagement. Through shared leadership, the deputy director will guide multi-faceted programs in GIS, monitoring, collaboration, education, and public information. This new position within FWRI will require experience in forest management and restoration, science communication, public and working lands engagement, and institutional development, administration, and capacity building. Responsibilities will run the gamut from cultivating and strengthening existing and new partnerships, direct engagement with federal and state collaborators and community organizations, representing and advocating for FWRI’s interests, budgets and function, and organizational administration of budgets, reports, and processes.

Full position description and to apply:

More info contact Alan Barton, NMFWRI Director:


Brett Wolk (he/him)
Assistant Director, Colorado Forest Restoration Institute
Colorado State University
(970) 491-8055