Director, Conservation Social Science

Director, Conservation Social Science

Position: Director, Conservation Social Science
Entity: National Audubon Society
Location: Remote
Salary: $100,000-$130,000 / year
Deadline: Open

The Director, Conservation Social Science role at Audubon’s national science team is focused on building a conservation social science (i.e., human dimensions of conservation) research program at Audubon. This position reports to the Chief Scientist. Conservation social science services will support the broader organization and the Director will assess those needs and allocate resources. The Director must maintain positive collaborative relationships with many partners, including senior national conservation leaders, field conservation leaders, and the equity, diversity, inclusion & belonging (EDIB) team. The Director may also engage with policy, marketing & communications, technology, and community-building staff.

– Bachelor’s degree in social science, ecology, environmental science, education, or related field. PhD preferred.
– 10+ years of related experience. An equivalent combination of education and experience will also be considered.
– Knowledge of social science (e.g., psychology, sociology) concepts, principles, and methods as applied to wildlife or other natural resource management sufficient to identify research needs, provide technical support, connect initiatives with other social scientists, and conduct trainings.
– Basic proficiency in Geospatial Information Science (GIS) using Esri ArcGIS tools a plus.
– Travel expected 5-15% of the time.”

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