Washington Trails Association is seeking an individual to grow and develop a diverse volunteer base in the Eastern Region of Washington state, promote WTA in the region, and lead volunteers in building and maintaining trails. The coordinator will create regional content for WTA publications, develop partnerships, lead outreach and engagement efforts within communities and on the trails and oversee a high quality trail maintenance program in the region.
The Eastern Washington Regional Coordinator is a temporary, part-time position based in Spokane. We expect to schedule work from April through October. The position reports directly to the Engagement Manager and works closely with the Field Program Manager. This position will require working from home and in the field.
Washington Trails Association preserves, enhances, and promotes hiking opportunities in Washington state. We are committed to leaving a rich legacy of trails and wildlands for future generations to enjoy. WTA has built one of the most successful volunteer trail maintenance programs in the nation using a proven formula of “be safe, have fun, and get good work done.” WTA leads more than 100,000 hours of volunteer service annually to maintain, repair, and build trails across the state.
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