The Center for Large Landscape Conservation (CLLC) is seeking an energetic and entrepreneurial individual to develop and expand applied conservation social science approaches to contribute to CLLC program areas. Once established, the successful candidate will be expected to contribute to fundraising for this position, with support from CLLC staff, and will report to the Executive Director and Deputy Director. The Conservation Social Scientist will join the Science Team, which contributes in an integrated way to all CLLC program areas. We envision this position as being roughly 70% applied, science-informed conservation practice (contributing to and building on the evidence base and needs of existing program priorities) and 30% independent research (original research conceptualized and led to push forward the field of connectivity conservation).
This position will be based in Bozeman and will be full time. Some travel can be expected, to attend conferences and meetings with our local, tribal, national and international partners. CLLC would like to strengthen partnerships with Universities through this position. Click here for more information.