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Come work with us and make a difference for Great Bay

We are excited to share two opportunities to work with the Reserve and our fantastic friends group – the Great Bay Stewards. As part of a new initiative known as Great Bay 2030, the Great Bay Stewards is looking for outstanding candidates for two part time contractor positions.

Great Bay Changemakers: Community Engagement Program Manager

This half-time Community Engagement Program Manager will plan and implement the second year of a program called the Great Bay Changemaker Bootcamp. The program seeks to inspire, train, and support champions and advocates for water resources in the Great Bay watershed in southeastern NH, and will involve working closely with the Great Bay Piscataqua Waterkeeper and other environmental organizations and specialists in the region.

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Questions about the position can be directed to Lynn Vaccaro, Coastal Training Program Coordinator at the Great Bay NERR, Lynn.E.Vaccaro@wildlife.nh.gov.

Seven Rivers to the Coast Communications Coordinator

This half-time Communications Coordinator will manage a newly branded website and related communications platforms, Seven Rivers to the Coast. The platform seeks to increase understanding and engagement with the waterways in the Great Bay-Piscataqua watershed in coastal New Hampshire and southern Maine, and will involve developing stories and content for a new website, quarterly newsletter and social media channels. The Coordinator will work closely with the Great Bay Piscataqua Waterkeeper and a coaliton of environmental organizations and specialists in the region.

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Questions about this position can be directed to Allison Knab, Executive Director of the Great Bay Stewards, allison.knab@greatbaystewards.org

The two new hires will have an opportunity to collaborate, or a single individual could apply for both jobs to create a full time contract position.