Job: Executive Director for Thurston CD

July 18, 2019by ncdea


WASHINGTON, Thurston CD – The Thurston Conservation District seeks to hire a full-time Executive Director. The Executive Director provides the leadership and vision to implement the mission and values of the District as defined by the Board of Supervisors and coordinates all aspects of the District’s work.

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, which incorporate a collaborative style, are essential for managing the organization and advocating and promoting sustainable conservation interests. A keen awareness of organizational, community and political dynamics will also be necessary in this role. Equally important will be sensitivity and empathy for all stakeholders, both large and small, who have a vested interest in the goals of the District.

Solid administration and management skills are necessary to ensure smooth operational continuity within this small, diversified organization. A high level of integrity, honesty, and professionalism are critical core values required in this role.

Source: Career Opportunities

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