Cultural Resources Program Coordinator (Permanent Full-Time) - Great Basin Institute
Cultural Resources Program Coordinator
The Great Basin Institute (GBI), based in Reno, NV, is an interdisciplinary field studies organization that promotes environmental research, education, and conservation throughout the West. The Institute advances ecological literacy, professional development, and natural/cultural/recreation resource management through educational outreach and direct service programs. GBI’s Cultural Resources Program seeks a Coordinator to support program logistics, operations, and management of GBI Research Associates and AmeriCorps Members in Nevada, California, and other western states. Program participants work with federal, state and local land management agencies on a wide variety of field-based projects including: survey; testing; artifact analysis; environmental documentation; processing archival, museum and library collections; tribal consultation; and report preparation. The Cultural Resources Program Coordinator works under the direction of the Cultural Resources Program Manager and with other GBI staff to recruit, place and manage Research Associates and AmeriCorps Members, coordinate project logistics and scheduling, perform payroll, expense-report and other administrative duties, as well as to ensure compliance with grant and agency rules and regulations. This is an office-based position.
The Cultural Resources Program Coordinator will encounter a variety of opportunities for professional development, including gaining insight to the operational policies and procedures of a mid-sized environmental non-profit organization, exposure to a spectrum of environmental resource management positions and approaches for supporting them, strengthening interactive skills through communication with diverse professional staff, and ability to effectively support the success of a mission-driven enterprise.
Based at GBI offices in Reno or Las Vegas, NV.
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The Great Basin Institute advances environmental research, education, and service throughout the west. The institute promotes applied research and ecological literacy through community engagement and agency partnerships to support national parks, forests, open spaces and public lands.