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Beat Reporter (several beat and general assignment positions open) - WyoFile - Lander, WY 

WyoFile is returning the facts to Wyoming’s civic life with community-supported, non-partisan, public-interest journalism. To make that happen, we’re looking for enterprising reporters to inform readers about health and healthcare, business and the economy, energy, Wyoming’s federal delegation, the conduct of Wyoming’s state government and other topics. This is a chance to enjoy job security and fair compensation in print journalism while working to advance the profession as part of a cutting-edge innovative team. The right candidate will leave their mark on WyoFile, Wyoming and American democracy. Please go to https://www.wyofile.com/careers/ to see the full job description. Email resume and cover letter to jobs@wyofile.com.

Posted 9/21/21

Executive Director - Alliance for Historic Wyoming - Laramie , WY 

The Alliance for Historic Wyoming (AHW), Wyoming’s statewide historic preservation nonprofit, seeks a part-time Executive Director. This individual must be self-motivated, passionate about Wyoming’s historic places and spaces, and possess skills in fundraising, nonprofit management, and grassroots organizing. If you want flexible, meaningful, challenging work preserving our history and cultural heritage, this job is for you! Please see job description for more information and application process.  Applications submitted by October 15, 2021 will receive primary consideration. Posted 9/20/21

Advancement Specialist - Climb Wyoming - Laramie , WY 

Climb Wyoming is offering an exciting opportunity for a motivated go-getter and self-starter to join our amazing fundraising team as a full-time Advancement Specialist. The ideal candidate has excellent administrative skills and would enjoy overseeing a relationship-focused database system with the highest level of accuracy and respect. You’ll be part of one of the nation’s most innovative nonprofits, where people are valued, trusted, and supported to do their best work. Please see job description for more information and application process. Position closes 9/27/21. Contact Beth at beth@climbwyoming.org with any questions. Posted 9/17/21

Executive Director - Lions of Wyoming Foundation - Cheyenne, WY

The Lions of Wyoming Foundation is seeking a part-time Executive Director. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director (ED) will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for the Lions of Wyoming Foundation (LoWF), any staff, fundraising programs, communications, and execution of its mission. She or he will develop knowledge of District 15 programs, designated programs, operations of the foundation, and foundation plans. The LoWF has restructured this position to focus the Executive Director's efforts on fundraising. Complete job description may be found hereIf you have questions about the position, contact IPDG Analyn Reader (307-272-6429) or 1st VDG Gary Roadifer (307-421-7247).  Contact Lion Dave Orr for more detail or application form (dorr7111@gmail.com).  Posted 9/14/21

Bridger-Teton Community Organizer - Wyoming Wilderness Association - Jackson, WY

The Bridger-Teton Community Organizer (BTCO) will work directly with the Wyoming Wilderness Association's (WWA) Executive Director to organize on behalf of Bridger-Teton National Forest (BTNF) wildlands. The BTCO will be charged with developing and implementing strategic plans and goals for this specific landscape through outreach, community engagement, collaboration, events and grant writing; work to elevate WWA’s unique role amid the field of numerous environmental groups and attract and inspire an active volunteer and supporter base; maintain WWA’s focus on priority projects including the Bridger-Teton Forest Plan Revision and continued efforts to gain congressional protection for the Palisades Wilderness Study Area. See attached Description for more details. To apply, send cover letter, resume, and three references with contact info to WWA’s Executive Director, Khale Century Reno at kcreno@wildwyo.org. Posted 9/3/21

Case Manager - Big Brothers Big Sisters - Sheridan, WY

Big Brothers Big Sisters in Sheridan is now accepting resumes for a full-time Case Manager. Job duties include assessing volunteers and children and providing ongoing support for children, families, and volunteers to build and sustain long-lasting relationships. Must be passionate about our mission, enjoy working with people, and be comfortable cultivating relationships with individuals and community partners. Bachelor's degree preferred. E-mail resume and cover letter to jobs@wyobbbs.orgPosted 8/26/21

Director of Community Engagement - Big Brothers Big Sisters - Riverton, WY 

Big Brothers Big Sisters in Fremont County is now accepting resumes for a Director of Community Engagement. Position requires a dynamic, energetic person who likes to give presentations, work with others, mobilize community members, and make connections in the community. Responsibilities include marketing, volunteer recruitment, program sustainability, fund raising, and networking with other community organizations. Other duties include case management, doing intake of volunteers and youth, facilitating match meetings, and supporting the case load. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Email resume and cover letter to jobs@wyobbbs.orgPosted 8/26/21

Chief Operating Officer - National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) - Butte, Montana

The National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) is a private nonprofit organization whose mission is to help people build resilient communities through local and sustainable solutions that reduce poverty, strengthen self-reliance, and protect natural resources. NCAT works to foster and promote sustainable technologies and systems, especially for the benefit of economically disadvantaged individuals and communities. NCAT is seeking a Chief Operating Officer (COO). Under the general supervision of the Executive Director, the position is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing organization operations and facilities. The COO will supervise the Human Resources Director, IT Director and Administrative Services Director and assist the Executive Director in developing and implementing the organization's strategic long-and short-range plans. The COO will represent NCAT and interact with regulatory agencies, insurance carriers, and other professional and community groups as well as oversee organizational compliance with State, Federal and local agencies. The COO will work with the Executive Team to develop improved management techniques and practices in addition to enhancing operational effectiveness. The COO will resolve operational problems and keep lines of communication open with staff to ensure high productivity and direct staff members concerning effective and efficient operations of the organization and the facilities. Applications will be accepted until a suitable candidate can be identified. Early applications are encouraged. Please explore NCAT or visit the ATTRA – Sustainable Agriculture Program website to learn more about NCAT and what we do. See attached Position Announcement for more information and detailed application process. Posted 8/23/21

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