Today we’re passing on some conservation news from our friends at the Henry’s Fork Foundation – dedicated to the conservation, restoration, and protection of the Henry’s Fork of the Snake River and its watershed.
Steve Trafton, the HFF’s current Executive Director, is moving on to take a position at the national level with Trout Unlimited. That means that the Henry’s Fork Foundation is looking for a new Executive Director, and we’re helping to get the word out.
Here’s the rundown from the Henry’s Fork Foundation.
“The Henry’s Fork Foundation (HFF) is seeking an Executive Director (ED) to continue the conservation leadership and on-the-ground success enjoyed by the foundation for more than 25 years. This leader will continue to grow and evolve the role of HFF as the “voice of the river” and the sole organization committed to protecting the irreplaceable resources of the Henry’s Fork watershed. The ED is accountable for establishing an imaginative watershed vision and providing decisive direction and results to achieve that vision. The successful candidate must possess demonstrated organizational leadership, honed communications skills, collaboration expertise, fund-raising and membership growth success, along with passion for river conservation. A minimum of five years of management experience is also required, with preference given to conservation management.
Qualified candidates should contact the HFF search committee at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a full job description for the ED role, and visit the Henry’s Fork Foundation website at henrysfork.org to learn more about the work of the HFF.”
If you know of someone who might be qualified, please pass the information on!