Salt Lake City, Utah – The Mule Deer Foundation (MDF), one of the key conservation groups in North America, is currently accepting applications for Regional Director positions in Colorado and Wyoming.
There are currently eight active MDF chapters in Colorado and nine in Wyoming. These are mule deer states with hundreds of volunteers already working to conserve habitat and the hunting heritage.
MDF is looking for Regional Directors who can successfully work with local volunteers to hold fundraising events that will help support the MDF mission. Regional Directors are responsible for forming and retaining MDF chapter committees, as well as enlisting new members and volunteers. They must also support national convention efforts. Other duties include preparation of annual fundraising income projections and operating expense budgets, as well as coordinating and recommending specific conservation projects for MDF funding. A solid working knowledge of mule deer, black-tailed deer and their habitat is required.
Regional Directors represent MDF in their respective states and must maintain liaison and professional visibility with state and federal wildlife agencies, university wildlife departments, non-governmental conservation organizations, sportsmen’s groups, local media and outfitter/guide associations.
Extensive travel is required, and applicants should reside in the state for which they are applying.
MDF will be accepting applications until October 31, 2011. Submit resume’s to Marty Holmes, Director of Field Operations, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Mule Deer Foundation is one of the key conservation groups in North America working to restore, improve and protect mule deer, black-tailed deer and their habitat. With a focus on science and program efficiency, MDF has raised millions of dollars and put countless hours on the ground for mission-critical projects. MDF acknowledges regulated hunting as a viable management component and is committed to recruitment and retention of youth into the shooting sports and conservation. Get involved at www.muledeer.org or call 1-888-375-DEER.