Hopkins Memorial Forest Manager
Williams College is seeking a full-time manager for the Hopkins Memorial Forest (HMF) with a target start date of March 1, 2024.
The core responsibilities of the HMF manager are to:
Coordinate and promote research and teaching activities in HMF.
Oversee the Rosenburg Center, which includes a field lab and classroom.
Manage and supervise the HMF caretaker program.
Promote and coordinate outreach events at HMF involving faculty, students, the Williams Outing Club, and the public.
Maintain trails, and if needed, coordinate with outside contractors and the Williams Facilities Department to maintain infrastructure and forest resources.
Collaborate with Campus Safety to ensure safety at the forest, including managing the fall deer hunting season.
Interface with governmental agency resource managers as required. The HMF Manager is a member of CES, with offices in both CES and the Rosenburg Center at HMF.
HMF is a 2600 acre reserve centered in northwestern Massachusetts and extending into New York and Vermont. Managed by the Center for Environmental Studies (CES) with support from the HMF Users Committee of researchers, HMF has a long tradition of providing opportunities for education, research, and reflection in the liberal arts tradition.
Application review will begin on February 6, 2024, and will continue until the position is filled. Pay range is from $75,000 to $85,000, commensurate with experience.
For more details, visit https://staff-careers.williams.edu/ and search for Hopkins Memorial Forest Manager - 302639