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Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 5th Annual Outdoor Economy Conference

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Outdoor Programs Manager
Rutherford Outdoor Coalition
Coordinate and provide a variety of outdoor programs for youth and adults in a variety of settings. Programs include:
Youth outdoor adventures
Youth environmental education
Guided outings for adults

Build and strengthen relationships with community partners and other agencies
Recruit and organize community volunteers
Coordinate key community programs including trail maintenance, trail ambassadors, litter clean-ups
Coordinate maintenance and outings on the Broad River
Assist with ROC special events and tabling events
Assist with ROC membership recruitment and membership outreach
Assist with ROC newsletter and social media presence
See job description below for a more complete overview.

Please email a cover letter and resume to ROC Executive Director, Jerry Stensland, at to apply.
Regional Transportation Planner
Big Sandy Area Development District
Regional transportation planning including pedestrian, bicycle, trail development and recreation.
Park supervisor
Surry County Parks and Recreation
The County of Surry is accepting applications for a full-time Park Supervisor to work in the Surry County Parks and Recreation department. An employee in this class performs general maintenance of Fisher River Park and other County-owned properties. The position requires the ability to deal tactfully and courteously with the general public. Must present a professional image to the public in appearance and conduct. Work is performed under the direction of the Superintendent of Parks and Operations and Parks and Recreation Director.
Duties include: The duties will include general maintenance of the Fisher River Park property and other sites such as river accesses and trails, including, but not limited to: opening and closing the park facility; maintenance of park shelters and areas at other sites, turf, and playground areas; inspections and maintenance of the grounds and athletic fields; custodial/cleaning responsibilities including restrooms and trash removal. Supervision and scheduling of part-time employees. Equipment operation (tractors, zero-turn mowers, skid steer, utility vehicles). Light equipment operations (blowers, weed eaters, hand tools). Inventory of supplies and materials related to operations. Building maintenance and construction. Maintenance of equipment. Mows lawns, trims weeds, and rakes leaves as assigned. Picks up and removes trash prior to mowing a designated area. Trims bushes, shrubs, and hedges. Responsible for safety program and safety data sheets for department. Prepares soil and plants flowers, bushes, hedges, or shrubs. Plants trees and prunes them when necessary. Cuts and removes trees as needed. Applies fertilizer, pesticides, and herbicides as directed. Checks reservation software and prints reservation permits daily. Inspects playgrounds weekly and equipment.
Deputy Campaign Director for Military Outdoors
Sierra Club
Scope: The Deputy Campaign Director for Military Outdoors will be responsible for developing and implementing strategies to connect military and veterans communities with nature and facilitate their participation in working to protect our environment. The Deputy Campaign Director works in collaboration and partnership with Sierra Club’s multi-disciplinary teams and is responsible for the management, planning, coordination, and implementation of, as well as securing financial resources for the campaign.

The successful candidate must have the following skills and experience (full descriptions for each are in the linked posting):

Leading on Equity.Project Management/Results Orientation. 
Policy Advocacy.
Critical Thinker/Thought Leader. 
Interpersonal Skills. 
Persuasive Communicator. 
Work Ethics and Dependability. 
Military and Veteran Community.  

The strongest candidates will also demonstrate the following experience, skills and competencies: 
Knowledge of the conservation and/or outdoors movements.
Experience working with volunteers.
Fundraising experience.

The salary for this position is $115,000-$135,000.

The Sierra Club offers a competitive salary package commensurate with skills and experience plus excellent benefits that include medical, dental, and vision coverage, and a retirement savings 401(k) plan.
Production and Warehouse Manager (Full-time)
Pirani Life
Detailed job description available via email.

General Job Description
Picking, packing, fulfilling and engraving orders, managing warehouse staff, maintaining inventory levels, maintaining equipment, keep all warehouse fulfillment items (boxes, tape, ect) in stock.

Job location is in Black Mountain.
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