Salt Lake City, Utah: The Mule Deer Foundation (MDF), a leading hunting and conservation organization, is actively seeking applications for its Outreach Coordinator & Conservation Partner Liaison position in Salt Lake City, Utah. Individuals with an established background in R3 based programs and partner relations, as well as a passion for mule deer conservation, are encouraged to apply.
“MDF’s Outreach Coordinator and Conservation Partner Liaison is a key role within our organization,” said Brian Fienhold, MDF’s COO. “We are looking for someone who is excited about introducing others to the hunting and conservation world and helping ensure the future of our outdoor heritage.”
The Outreach Coordinator & Conservation Partner Liaison will work closely with state agencies, MDF partners and our volunteers to expand MDF’s R3 based program to Recruit, Retain and Reactivate men, women and youth into the outdoors. While primarily an outreach position, this role will also play an integral part in MDF’s partnership program, working closely with national partners and celebrity ambassadors.
“This is a tremendous opportunity for an individual interested in establishing and growing a robust outreach program across the western landscape,” Fienhold continued. “MDF is committed to this program and we are excited to welcome someone ready to lead our R3 efforts in the West.”
If you are interested in this position, please send cover letter and resume to Jared Wire, Director of Marketing, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Mule Deer Foundation is the only conservation group in North America dedicated to restoring, improving and conserving mule deer and black-tailed deer and their habitat, with a focus on science and program efficiency. MDF is a strong voice for hunters in access, wildlife management and conservation policy issues. MDF acknowledges regulated hunting as a viable management component and is committed to recruitment and retention of men, women and youth into the shooting sports and conservation. Get involved at www.muledeer.org or call 1-888-375-3337.