Conservation Federation of Missouri Seeks ED

Missourians for Conservation of Natural Resources and

Protection of our Outdoor Heritage

On September 10, 1935, a group of concerned citizens cared enough to join together with a mission of taking conservation out of politics. Their initiative petition campaign resulted in the creation of the Missouri Department of Conservation. Since then, CFM has undertaken many successful battles to ensure Missouri continues to be the leading state in conservation policies and funding. Today CFM is the largest and most representative conservation group in Missouri. CFM is the Missouri affiliate of the National Wildlife Federation.

            We now have an opening for Executive Director. The Executive Director is the chief executive officer for CFM. Primary responsibilities include effective implementation of CFM’s mission, goals, policies and procedures with respect for Missouri’s rich conservation heritage.  The Director must have advanced skills in planning, developing, funding, marketing, analyzing and evaluating a wide range of financial, administrative, and managerial programs. Contact CFM for a complete job description for additional details. 

            Those interested in applying need to submit a cover letter and resume to the following address:

Conservation Federation of Missouri

Attention: Micaela Haymaker

728 West Main

Jefferson CityMO 65101

            Email: [email protected]

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