Houston Audubon seeks Conservation Director

Houston Audubon is seeking a Conservation Director, who will lead science, policy and monitoring efforts for the organization and be responsible for developing and implementing priority conservation strategies for the benefit of birds, communities, and the places they need to thrive on the Upper Texas Coast. The Conservation Director will oversee the work of the Bird-Friendly Communities Program and manage capital, restoration, and facilities projects in collaboration with Houston Audubon operations and sanctuary managers. The successful candidate will also collaborate with natural resource agencies, universities, and private conservation organizations to build and maintain an ongoing network of subject matter expertise on issues affecting birds and bird conservation. This role will also work closely with the Development Department to provide subject matter expertise for funding proposals and should be able to communicate conservation priorities to funders in both presentations and through written materials. For the full job description and application instructions, visit houstonaudubon.org.