The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is seeking a Regional Communications Manager for our Southwest Region in Nampa.
•Provides coordination for communicating regional issues and information to constituents through various media (e.g. web site, social media, print, broadcast media, photos, videos, etc).
•Develops an in-depth knowledge of regional issues, programs, and constituents to support communication activities.
•Writes and edits articles, reports, newsletters, and brochures.
•Acts as regional social media lead and coordinates social media posting activities; monitors content and communications on social media and ensures accurate and consistent messaging across programs.
•Maintains a relationship with media.
•Assists with the development of public meeting displays/exhibits and participates in public meetings and outreach activities.
•Operates and maintains audio/visual equipment and maintains photo and audio/visual reference files.
•Coordinates with Bureau of Communications for statewide messaging on department-wide issues, as well as providing information, news, and updates related to the customer service, branding, and the overall information delivery and messaging for the agency.
•Implements regional hunting and fishing recruitment, retention, and reactivation programs and coordinates implementation of statewide recruitment, retention and reactivation programs.
•Assists at a regional level on data tracking and analysis.
•May develop mission-centric (i.e. hunting, fishing, trapping) workshops, seminars, and clinics for regional and/or statewide implementation.
•May collaborate with other government agencies, NGO's, and businesses in the development and execution of programs.
•Implements regional Aquatic education program and oversees the Hunter Education program.
•Provides oversight and management of the Blacks Creek public shooting range, Nampa Indoor public shooting range, and the Garden Valley public shooting range through supervision of the Volunteer Services Coordinator.
•Directs regional hunter education and volunteer efforts through supervision of two regional Volunteer Services Coordinators.
•Participates in work plans and field activities so that the purpose of regional programs can be effectively communicated to the public (e.g. tagging, trapping, relocating fisheries and wildlife species, conducting habitat surveys, assisting with check stations, etc.)
Minimum Qualifications: (These qualifications are required.)
•Some knowledge of: producing content including written copy, photos, graphics and video for websites and other publications and distributing those materials to various media and other interested parties; supervision.
•Experience: using journalistic styles and techniques including writing, researching and editing, photography and videography principles and practices; developing presentations displays, brochures and other outreach materials; and developing and delivering oral presentations to diverse groups including complex topics.
Desirable Qualification: (This qualification is not required.)
•Experience or familiarity with fish and wildlife management activities and programs.
How to Apply:
Please apply online at the URL listed below.
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