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Edge Wade
Columbia, MO
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> From: Dan Mulhern <[log in to unmask]>
> Date: Wed Oct 09, 2002  10:35:15 AM US/Central
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Hawk Watch position available
> Reply-To: [log in to unmask]
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> FYI, this came to our office today and I thought the KSBIRDS list would
> be
> a good avenue to get the word out.
>
> Dan Mulhern
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>                       Howard Gross
>                       <hgross@hawkwatc         To:
>                       h.org>                   cc:
>                                                Subject: Position
> announcement:  Executive Director,
>                       10/08/2002 06:29         HawkWatch
> Internation      al
>                       PM
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> Please forward this job description to anyone you think might be
> interested.  If there is anyone that you'd like to suggest for
> HawkWatch to
> contact directly about this position, or places you think would be
> worthwhile to post the job announcement, please let me know.  We hope to
> have someone on board by the beginning of the year so that I can overlap
> with them for a couple of weeks before leaving in mid-January.
>
>
> Thanks,
>
>
> Howard
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>
> Howard Gross
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>
> Executive Director
>
>
> HawkWatch International
>
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> 1800 S. West Temple #226
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> SLC, UT 84115
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> Ph: 801/484-6502
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> Fax: 801/484-6810
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> www.hawkwatch.org
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> HawkWatch International (HWI) is seeking an Executive Director
> responsible
> for the management of personnel, finances, and development efforts, and
> overseeing implementation of research, conservation, education, and
> membership programs.  HWI monitors and protects hawks, eagles, other
> birds
> of prey, and their environments through research, education, and
> conservation programs.  HWI's science program focuses on long-term
> research
> and monitoring of raptor populations, emphasizing migration studies in
> western North America (16 project sites in 10 states and Mexico).  HWI's
> conservation program focuses on reducing threats to raptors, including
> power line electrocutions, lead poisoning, and habitat loss/degradation.
> HWI's environmental education programs reach more than 40,000 people
> each
> year in classrooms and at field sites.  HWI has an annual budget of
> approximately $1.3 million and employs eleven staff.  Approximately 70
> seasonal field biologists, 5-6 interns, and scores of volunteers are
> also
> involved in working toward HWI's mission.  Membership is approximately
> 1,800 households, located throughout the U.S.  For a detailed job
> announcement and application procedures, visit www.hawkwatch.org.
> Review
> of applications will begin on November 4, 2002.
>
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