Tin Mountain Conservation Center has a 35 year success record in promoting an appreciation for the natural environment among children, adults and families through hands-on programs in schools, camps and in the community in the Mount Washington Valley of New Hampshire. Tin Mountain also provides nature study programs, summer camps, field trips, avian research, forestry management, trout stream reclamation, intern training, environmental research and outdoor activities.
The Executive Director (ED) is the key management leader of Tin Mountain and is thus responsible for overseeing the administration, fund raising, technical programs and strategic plan of the organization.
The ED reports to the Board of Trustees to fulfill the organization’s mission. The ED oversees about 10 employees who are involved in outreach, fund raising, environmental programs, research and teaching.
The successful candidate must have the necessary education and experience to work with the staff and Board of Trustees to enhance Tin Mountain’s success with donor foundations. The writing of grants, written and oral communications and the ability to manage the annual budget are critical requirements.