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Reporting to the Director of Operations & Finance, the Center Manager is an important leader representing The Pascagoula River Audubon Center (PRAC) as a cornerstone of Audubon Mississippi and as an integral part of National Audubon’s 43 Centers nationwide. S/he is expected to be a visionary thinker who can bring new programming opportunities to increase attendance, increase diversity of participants, and increase the Center’s sphere of influence at the local level. Center programming is developed in conjunction with relevant community members, partners and stakeholders. The Manager also performs daily tasks that ensure the center operates smoothly and visitors have positive experiences that can lead to more engagement with Audubon. This includes identification and implementation of programming, and coordinating staffing of all education, conservation programs and scheduled events, managing small gift store (updating inventory data, fulfilling on-line order sales, restocking gift shop merchandise) and assisting with center and office administration functions. In partnership with the Audubon Mississippi senior management team and key stakeholders, the Center Manager will identify which national core strategies (Climate, Working Lands, Water, Bird-Friendly Communities and Coastal Program) PRAC uses to address threats to local bird species. S/he will develop programs to address these conservation issues to birds in their geography with the community. In partnership with the Director of Operations & Finance, they are responsible for sound fiscal management of Center operations. Under the guidance of the national development team, they will aid in cultivating and maintaining relationships with current donors while identifying and expanding new funding and revenue opportunities including, but not limited to, grants, and special fundraising events.
Reporting to the Biologist, the Coastal Bird Technician will be expected to conduct coastal bird surveys and provide technical instruction and assistance to volunteer citizen scientists. S/he will work with volunteers, interns, and seasonal stewards to help protect nesting sites against the threats of human disturbance. The Coastal Bird Technician will also work with staff in volunteer management, outreach and education, and research efforts.
To apply, please attach a resume and cover letter with your online application. Review of materials will begin Nov 19, 2018.
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