HIRING: FRIENDS OF THE FRONT RANGE WILDLIFE REFUGES
The Friends of the Front Range Wildlife Refuges is seeking entrepreneurial candidates for two open positions. The mission of the nonprofit group is to support and promote the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge (RMANWR) and Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge (RFNWR) in their efforts to conserve and restore native habitat and wildlife, as well as to provide meaningful opportunities for the public to experience wildlife and nature near a major metropolitan area. FFRWR also raises funds for refuge programs by running the store in the RMANWR Visitor Center, Nature’s Nest, maintaining an active donor base, and hosting an annual fundraising dinner and silent auction.
To learn more, please read the summaries below and click on the links or view the attached job descriptions:
The General Manager (GM) will be responsible for general administration and operations for Friends of the Front Range Wildlife Refuges. The GM oversees the day-do-day administration and operations including finance, fundraising, program oversight, staff supervision, and communications. The GM plays a critical role in contributing to and promoting the organization’s culture, vision, goals, and objectives. Read the full job description here.
Part-Time Gift Store Manager
The Nature’s Nest Coordinator is responsible for the managing the gift shop at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge (RMANWR), Nature’s Nest. The Nature’s Nest Coordinator will oversee inventory, financial activities, and manage a group of volunteers who work in the store and, when necessary, the coordinator will provide coverage in the store. The ideal candidate is a highly organized person with an outgoing personality and an ability to work independently. The coordinator should be entrepreneurial, a creative problem solver, and a strategic thinker. The Nature’s Nest reports directly to the General Manager and works closely with FFRWR board members, committees, volunteers, and RMANWR staff. The position may involve work during weekends. Read the full job description here.
To learn more about the Friends of the Front Range Wildlife Refuges, please visit us online at https://ffrwr.org.