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Employment and Volunteer Opportunities

Whitebark is seeking an Executive Director to lead the organization during its next phase of growth. Most importantly, this will involve providing leadership, inspiration, and support to our talented staff (currently 10 people) as they deliver on our mission. The Executive Director is responsible for day-to-day operations and growth of the Whitebark Institute. These operations include program development and implementation, relevant policy work at local, state and occasionally national levels, fundraising, administration and financial management, supervision of staff, and public relations. The successful applicant will come to the position with previous non-profit experience and be able to carry out the mission and vision of the organization. Click HERE for more details about the position and application. 

Whitebark is seeking is seeking a Project Manager to support both the Community Resilience and Forest Resilience Programs. This position offers an exciting opportunity to contribute to community wildfire protection and ecosystem restoration in the eastern Sierra Nevada. A major focus for the Project Manager position is supporting forest restoration on INF lands. Click HERE for more details about the position and application. 

Whitebark is seeking a dynamic and experienced Outreach & Education Program Manager who will report to the Executive Director and work to oversee our Outreach & Education team (currently 2 persons). The Outreach & Education Program Manager will be responsible for creating and executing a comprehensive communication and marketing strategy for wildfire resilience projects and to promote our mission and programs to help attract important organizational financial support. Click HERE for more details about the position and application. 

Whitebark Institute is hiring a seasonal Field Educator to develop and deliver engaging educational programs and materials for visitors and locals, as well as managing social media acounts to strategically promote content focused on topics such as fire prevention, forest ecology, fuels management, and the mission of Whitebark Institute. The ideal candidate should have knowledge of outdoor education principles and practices, with experience in organizing and implementing experiential learning activities and programs in natural settings. Click HERE for more details about the position and application. 

Thank you for your interest about employment opportunities at Whitebark Institute. Currently we do not have any open positions, however if you are interested in possible future opportunities, please contact us.

The Whitebark Institute also announces job and volunteer opportunities on their Facebook account and Instagram. For additional information on employment and volunteer opportunities, please contact us.

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