Outreach Manager

Tyonek Tribal Conservation District
Anchorage, AK
Job Category
Full time Positions
$65,000 - $72,000
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The Tyonek Tribal Conservation District (TTCD) team is seeking a full-time Outreach Manager who will be responsible for community outreach and educational programming. Current projects include the development and implementation of K-12 curriculum, intern training, multi-modal community engagement, storytelling via social media and quarterly newsletters, networking with district partners, assisting with outcome assessment, assisting with grant management, and continuing to develop measurable outreach goals for our conservation programs. The ideal candidate will have experience in developing and delivering informal and hands-on, STEM-based curriculum for K-12 classrooms, collaborating with content experts to develop lessons, program management experience, and excellent storytelling skills. The right candidate may not have a strong grant writing or evaluation background, but is interested in developing expertise in these skills. This position is based in Anchorage and involves day and multi-day travel to remote western Cook Inlet communities (Tyonek, Beluga, and Skwentna) and other locations. JOB FUNCTIONS & RESPONSIBILITIES Leading the development and implementation of K-12 curriculum, with a focus on conservation and food security science. Leading TTCD’s storytelling efforts through social media and newsletters. Leading the design and implementation of effective community engagement models. Coordinating with Tebughna School leadership and other informal education partners to deliver effective and integrated outreach during the school year. Active participation in Dena’ina language and culture lessons for integration in outreach modules. Assisting the Garden team in creating and implementing summer intern trainings. Networking with other tribal conservation districts in Alaska to collaborate on outreach products. Assists with grant research, management, and writing to maintain and/or advance habitat program funding. Working with the Executive Director and external evaluators on program assessments. Working with the Executive Director to redesign the ttcd.org website towards more effective community science engagement in our district. Maintains a positive working relationship with internal and external partners. Supports other TTCD programs as needed.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor’s degree in related field. Relevant informal outreach experience with demonstrated experience in designing STEM-based programming that aligns with educational standards. Familiarity with measuring impact for engagement and learning outcomes. Strong storytelling and writing skills. Comfortable with change, innovation, and creative approaches to collaboration and evaluation. Demonstrated ability to work successfully both independently and within a team environment. Strong communication and interpersonal skills, ability to communicate effectively and comfortably with partners of different backgrounds and experiences. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Successful grant writing experience. Experience delivering outreach to multiple locations in rural Alaska. Experience working with Alaska Native villages and with Alaska Native corporations.
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