HCSEG is seeking an experienced project manager. The project manager supports HCSEG’s mission by developing, funding and implementing salmon habitat restoration projects in watersheds throughout Hood Canal. All members of the HCSEG staff work collaboratively with other staff across program and project areas and are expected to use their unique skills and abilities to jointly further the mission of the organization. The project manager will work closely with HCSEG’s existing project managers, and will report to the Executive Director.
Duties Include, but Are Not Limited to:
Work with HCSEG staff and partners to identify, fund, and execute restoration projects
Assist other project managers with ongoing projects
Participate in Lead Entity grant review processes as needed
Work independently and collaboratively to write and submit grant applications for high priority projects
Track project budgets to effectively and efficiently manage projects
Regularly communicate progress to staff, board, partners, landowners, and community
Deliver public presentations and tours with other HCSEG staff to funders, partners, members, donors, and community groups
Lead volunteers and work crews in field to accomplish tasks
Other tasks as needed
Minimum education: A Bachelor’s degree in related field
Knowledge of local habitats, restoration techniques, and ecosystems
Strong team leader with proven ability to motivate others
Exceptional written and verbal communication abilities
Organized, self motivated and strong attention to detail
Diplomatic problem solving skills
Good natured team player, comfortable working with diverse groups of people
Familiarity with Microsoft Office programs
Ability to perform physical labor in all weather conditions including hiking up streams, planting trees, wading through moving water and lifting up to 50 lbs.
Access to personal vehicle
Ability to work evenings and weekends
Current valid driver’s license
Desired Skills and Demonstrated Interests
Experience using databases
Experience working in the Hood Canal area
Relevant work experience in funding/implementing salmon habitat restoration projects, managing consultants and contracts, grant writing, and landowner/stakeholder outreach
Extensive knowledge and skills related to stream restoration and salmon habitat needs
Knowledge and skills related to shellfish
Mail three (3) copies of your letter of interest, resume, and three professional references to:
Attention: Mendy Harlow
PO Box 2169
Belfair, WA 98528
Materials may also be hand delivered to our physical location:
600 NE Roessel Rd.
Applications are due 2/15/18.
Interviews will be scheduled as individual application materials are received.