ShoreRivers seeks a Miles-Wye Riverkeeper to be the primary voice for the Miles and Wye Rivers and Eastern Bay on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, working through the core strategies of advocacy, enforcement, outreach, and scientific water quality monitoring to achieve our vision of clean waterways. The most critical skills for this position are excellent writing and public speaking, the ability to energize and engage our community, and persistence in pursuing restoration and advocacy opportunities. Experience with advocacy and/or enforcement is highly preferred. This position offers a competitive benefits package and a salary range based on experience. Position begins as soon as possible.
The Miles-Wye Riverkeeper reports to the Director of the Riverkeeper Programs and works in-person primarily out of the Easton office with a flexible schedule. This is a full-time position; the employee must be flexible to work weekends, evenings, and longer hours when necessary and to travel when necessary. The employee must live in, or be willing to relocate to, the communities where we work. The employee must be vaccinated against Covid-19 and provide a copy of their vaccination card.
To apply: send your resume, two references, and a one-page cover letter to Ann Frock, Office Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org by February 15, 2023, with “Riverkeeper” in the subject line. In your cover letter, please describe an unexpected or unusual collaboration in which you took part, personally or professionally. Applicant names and the names of educational institutions will be redacted in the first round of reviews for equity purposes.