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WSF is Hiring


May 16, 2023

TITLE: Awards & Hunting Programs Manager


Duties & Responsibilities:

Ram, Four North American Wild Sheep (FNAWS) & Mountain Monarch Awards
• Manage all facets of WSF’s Ram, FNAWS, and Mountain Monarch awards programs, including researching and soliciting entries, capturing Awards content (stories and photos), retention of participants, organization, and management of entries.
• Manage annual awards program, including physical awards ordering, data entry and archiving, and invitations and presentations at the annual convention.
• Solicit and Manage Sponsors for Ram, FNAWS, & Mountain Monarch Awards Events and Programs
• Build annual Awards Program PowerPoint (with Graphic Designer help if needed)
• Manage and coordinate, with the assistance of the Banquet & Events Manager and other staff, the Annual Awards Event at the annual convention.
• With Committee Chairs, coordinate regular meetings and calls for Hunting Awards Committee, take minutes, document results and proposed actions, and execute actions as appropriate.
• Assist in the development of new programs.

Service, Guide, Outfitter, & Hunting Hall of Fame Awards
• Coordinate regular meetings with Service, Artemis, Dalziel, Golata, and Mountain Hunting Hall of Fame Awards Committees, take and distribute minutes, document results, and proposed actions.
• Solicit nominations, capture, organize, and distribute to award committee chairs for review and recipient selection.
• Order plaques and awards for winners and assist in the presentations.
• Assist in the development of new programs.

Hunting Programs
• Act as a liaison to assist hunt prize winners (from raffles, drawings, etc.), including assisting in scheduling, outfitter coordination, pre- and post-hunt communications, track and document hunt results, capture content and communicate to both internal and external audiences through WSF communications mediums and platforms.
• Manage Ram Lay-A-Way Program
• Support 1K Society Progam
• Solicit and manage Adventure Profiles for Wild Sheep® magazine
• Assist in the development of new programs.

Reports to: Vice President of Operations

Skills Requirements:
• Demonstrated knowledge and keen interest in trophy scoring and recognition programs and record book processes, including Boone & Crockett Club®, Safari Club International®, and Pope & Young® Record Books.
• Knowledge and keen interest in species identification, taxonomy, and species research using sources such as CIC Caprinae Atlas of the World, and others.
• High attention to detail and accuracy.
• Outstanding abilities to communicate in person, in writing, over the phone, and through social media platforms.
• Excellent leadership, time management and organizational skills.
• Team Player & Social Skills.
• File documents, archive photos & hunting records, financial & management.
• Use of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Creative Suite, Outlook Calendar, and Cloud-based database, as well as Internet connectivity programs.

Education Requirements: College Associate or Bachelor’s Degree preferred.

Job Location:
From Bozeman, Montana, World Headquarters is highly preferred. Remote location is possible.

This is a full-time, salaried position with health and retirement benefits.

Start Date:     Immediate

Salary:    Industry competitive and commensurate with experience and education

Send cover letters and resume to:     info@wildsheepfoundation.org

WSF is an equal opportunity employer

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