Southwest Tribal Fisheries Commission

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Job Type Paid permanent
Salary Details TBD/DOE
Deadline Aug 02, 2019

The Southwest Tribal Fisheries Commission (SWTFC) is seeking an Executive Director. The SWTFC is a regional non-profit organization serving the tribes of the Southwest United States since 2002. Since its inception, the mission of the SWTFC has been to advance tribal self-determination and tribal stewardship of fisheries resources through the professional development and support of tribal resource management programs.

Our vision is to provide the technical skills and support needed to move individual tribal fisheries programs and projects from the conceptual phase to reality by assisting tribes with creating and facilitating inter-governmental and non-governmental partnerships, providing advocacy needed to obtain funding and support, and providing tangible services in the form of technical assistance and equipment.

The successful candidate must be able to provide strong, innovative leadership for the organization in promoting and achieving the SWTFC’s vision and mission. The Executive Director works closely with the officers of the Commission, as well as the full board, to plan, coordinate, market, advocate for, and facilitate all Commission activities, including meetings, trainings and workshops both for our member tribes as well as others in the region.

HOW TO APPLY

For a more complete description of our organization and the responsibilities of the position, please visit our website at: swtfc.org or contact Adam Ringia at adam.ringia@gmail.com

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