Southeastern Cave Conservancy Seeks to Hire its First Employee

Inside SCCi's Neversink Preserve in Jackson County, Alabama.

Inside SCCi’s Neversink Preserve in Jackson County, Alabama. Photo by Matt Tomlinson/flickr

The Southeastern Cave Conservancy, Inc. (SCCi), the largest land conservancy dedicated to cave acquisition, conservation, and management, is looking to hire its very first employee.

The organization, with over 1,000 members, was run entirely by volunteers until the spring of 2014, when a part-time independent contracted administrator was brought on board.

The experiment was successful and the SCCi board of directors recently voted unanimously to authorize creating a full-time administrator employee position.

Unfortunately the part-time contracted administrator, who the board hoped would take the position, already had plans to go to Uganda with the Peace Corps. This has left SCCi on the hunt for a replacement.

The qualified applicant has an opportunity to create a position tailored to fit their skills. The position will require a self-starter with a varied skill set who is capable of working in an office of one and coordinating volunteer participation remotely. The position will report directly to the SCCi Chair, and will work closely with the board of directors’ executive committee and the standing committee chairs. The duties and responsibilities of the position are described below, and will include membership services, accounting and database management, program and office administration, as well as supporting SCCi’s fundraising, marketing and outreach activities.

For more information or to apply visit the Southeastern Cave Conservancy, Inc. website.

[via SCCi]

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