National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation
Council, Inc. Employment Opportunity
POSITION: Project Coordinator
BENEFITS: Full Medical, Paid Vacation, 401K
RESUMES & INTEREST LETTERS DUE: March, 31, 2008
STARTING DATE: On or after May 1, 2008 (or to be
Russ Ehnes, NOHVCC Executive Director
427 Central Ave. West
Great Falls, MT 59404
The NOHVCC is seeking a person with a strong
commitment to OHV recreation to join our staff.
We are seeking an individual with:
- A background in OHV recreation, either
professionally or as a participant, with a
good understanding of the issues and
challenges facing the OHV community locally
- The ability to work on a professional
level with government managers and
regulators, industry officials, the
enthusiast public and the general public
- The ability to ride off-highway
motorcycles or ATVs, preferably both.
- Self-motivation and a demonstrated
ability to work in a remote office
- Good verbal and written communication
- Good computer skills.
- Good organizational skills.
- Good facilitation skills.
- Willingness to travel.
Assist Senior Project
Coordinator and other staff with coordination,
planning, and implementation of OHV Recreation
Management and OHV Association Development
Provide advice, assistance, materials, and
other information to NOHVCC State
Representatives, Associates, recreationists,
land management agencies, and others as
requested by e-mail, phone, or other means.
Most information can be shared verbally or
electronically but the physical distribution of
printed materials will be coordinated with staff
in the Montana office.
Manage and assist in the development of
projects such as educational programs,
management documents, manuals, and other tools
to promote responsible OHV recreation.
Attend, support and participate in various
OHV-related events across the nation as a
representative of the NOHVCC.
The NOHVCC is an equal opportunity employer
and encourages applications from people of all
races, ages, ethnic and religious backgrounds.
The National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation
Council, as a national body of OHV recreation
enthusiasts, develops and provides a wide
spectrum of programs, materials and information,
or "tools", to individuals, clubs, associations
and agencies in order to further a positive
future for responsible OHV recreation.