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Public Lands Information Specialist – Part-Time

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The Wyoming Wildlife Federation (WWF) in collaboration with the Wyoming Sportsmen’s Alliance (WYSA) has launched a campaign designed to bring awareness to the importance of public lands in Wyoming.
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CLOSING DATE: Open until filled
ORGANIZATION: Wyoming Wildlife Federation PAY RATE: $20 per hour
LOCATION: Lander, Wyo
JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Wyoming Wildlife Federation (WWF) in collaboration with the Wyoming Sportsmen’s Alliance (WYSA) has launched a campaign designed to bring awareness to the importance of public lands in Wyoming.
The campaign “keep public lands in public hands” will include a major stakeholder effort, the Wyoming Public Lands Initiative (WPLI), administered by Wyoming county commissions to consider Wilderness Study Areas and other public lands in Wyoming.
WWF is seeking a public information specialist to conduct internal communications in collaboration with WYSA for the WPLI and other public lands-related work.
The Information Specialist will work with staff and WYSA representatives on the following tasks:

  1. Coordinate the efforts of the Wyoming Sportsmen’s Alliance for the Wyoming Public Lands Initiative to ensure proper communications among representatives during the various county processes.
  2. Organize regular conference calls, communicate regularly with WPLI representatives.
  3. Track WPLI meetings and disseminate information to the various assigned representatives and for the WYSA calls and leaders to consider.
  4. Facilitate the delivery of key data to the various sportsmen and sportswomen representatives on the advisory committees. This will include a hunting and fishing economic impact study (per county) public lands survey, and maps on wildlife migrations, etc.
  5. Develop public information material for the WWF website and manage the calendar for all public meetings held by the counties.
  6. Develop regular email blasts for members and supporters regarding the WPLI process in order to garner engagement from WWF members and supporters.
  7. Generate copy for WWF attribution for newsletters, opinion editorials, letters to the editor and other written responses to the WPLI process as well as other related public land transfers and areas of concern for specific participating counties.
  8. Conduct research on public lands related transfers and other assigned duties as necessary.

Please send resume, cover letter, and references to Dot Newton atdotnewton@wyomingwildlife.orgIf you have questions regarding the position, please contact Chamois Andersen atchamoisandersen@wyomingwildlife.org.
The Wyoming Wildlife Federation (WWF) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. WWF, established in 1937, is Wyoming’s oldest and largest statewide sportsmen advocacy and conservation organization.
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