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Careers & Student Opportunities
Regional Director: Illinois, Indiana
Delta Waterfowl is looking for an individual to join our event fundraising team. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to be surrounded by a dynamic relationship-based environment while interacting with passionate chapter volunteers. While culturing the positive relationships that are in place, our team members will search out other individuals who want to make a difference in waterfowl conservation by starting a Delta Waterfowl chapter in their area.
Our newest team member will be an energetic, self-starting, and self-motivated person who is not only personable but passionate about waterfowl and waterfowl conservation. Prior Sales and Customer Service experience is a must.
If you feel you are Delta Waterfowl’s next event fundraising team member, please e-mail or send your resume to:
Delta Waterfowl Foundation is seeking a seasoned development professional with a passion for conservation and waterfowling to lead our major gift fundraising efforts in Louisiana and Mississippi.
The incoming Development Director will have a significant role in planning, and the primary role in executing major gift fundraising activity for Louisiana and Mississippi. At this critical point in time when resources for waterfowl and waterfowl hunters continue to dwindle, this person will have the unique opportunity to make a significant impact on waterfowl populations and to shape a very positive future for waterfowl hunting for generations to come.
It is preferred that the Development Director base from the New Orleans area, but location is negotiable for the best candidate. Moderate travel will be required to fully embrace the breadth of opportunities that exist in the region.
The Dave Ankney & Sandi Johnson Graduate Research Scholarship was established in 2013. Two scholarships are awarded annually to graduate students working on waterfowl/wetland issues in North America, one to a MSc candidate and one to a PhD candidate. Click Here to learn more.