Executive Director

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Mendocino County Resource Conservation District Executive Director The Mendocino County Resource Conservation District (MCRCD) is seeking a dynamic, professional Executive Director (ED) to join our natural resources team. The MCRCD service district (District) includes all of Mendocino County, an area of approximately 2 million acres, including the cities of Ukiah, Point Arena, Fort Bragg, and Willits. MCRCD maintains three offices and employs 13 full-time staff engaged in sustainable agriculture, water resources conservation, forest health, and land stewardship. The ED leads the delivery of services as outlined by the District's Strategic Plan. This position requires the ability to effectively communicate the MCRCD's goals, activities, roles, and responsibilities to other agencies, organizations, and individuals as well as oversee administrative and budgetary functions. MCRCD works in collaboration with state and federal partners, including the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service as well as nonprofits and stakeholder groups. Reporting to MCRCD's Board of Directors the ED oversees District staff and consultants, project planning and implementation including securing funding sources which are primarily, but not exclusively, grant based. The ED works collaboratively and serves as a role model for staff by supporting the mission, vision, and values of the MCRCD. Interested applicants please visit MCRCD's website at www.MCRCD.org for more information on the application process. Job Description The Executive Director leads and manages the Mendocino County Resource Conservation District (MCRCD or District) team in the delivery of services as outlined by the Board of Directors (the Board) and the District's Strategic Plan. This position requires the ability to effectively communicate the MCRCD's goals, activities, roles, and responsibilities to other agencies, organizations, and individuals. MCRCD also works in collaboration with its federal partner, the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. The Executive Director (ED) reports to MCRCD's Board of Directors and oversees District staff. The Executive Director collaborates on many aspects of project planning and implementation, including seeking appropriate funding sources. The Executive Direc
Mendocino County Resource Conservation District Executive Director The Mendocino County Resource Conservation District (MCRCD) is seeking a dynamic, professional Executive Director (ED) to join our natural resources team. The MCRCD service district (District) includes all of Mendocino County, an area of approximately 2 million acres, including the cities of Ukiah, Point Arena, Fort Bragg, and Willits. MCRCD maintains three offices and employs 13 full-time staff engaged in sustainable agriculture, water resources conservation, forest health, and land stewardship. The ED leads the delivery of services as outlined by the District's Strategic Plan. This position requires the ability to effectively communicate the MCRCD's goals, activities, roles, and responsibilities to other agencies, organizations, and individuals as well as oversee administrative and budgetary functions. MCRCD works in collaboration with state and federal partners, including the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service as well as nonprofits and stakeholder groups. Reporting to MCRCD's Board of Directors the ED oversees District staff and consultants, project planning and implementation including securing funding sources which are primarily, but not exclusively, grant based. The ED works collaboratively and serves as a role model for staff by supporting the mission, vision, and values of the MCRCD. Interested applicants please visit MCRCD's website at www.MCRCD.org for more information on the application process. Job Description The Executive Director leads and manages the Mendocino County Resource Conservation District (MCRCD or District) team in the delivery of services as outlined by the Board of Directors (the Board) and the District's Strategic Plan. This position requires the ability to effectively communicate the MCRCD's goals, activities, roles, and responsibilities to other agencies, organizations, and individuals. MCRCD also works in collaboration with its federal partner, the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. The Executive Director (ED) reports to MCRCD's Board of Directors and oversees District staff. The Executive Director collaborates on many aspects of project planning and implementation, including seeking appropriate funding sources. The Executive Direc
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