Anti-Poaching Campaign Coordinator (Public Affairs Specialist 2)


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Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
Year Round
Job Overview

The Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife is looking for an experienced, self-motivated communications professional to lead a new anti-poaching information campaign. The 2019 Oregon Legislative Assembly passed legislation to increase law enforcement and public information activities aimed at reducing poaching of Oregon’s wildlife. The successful candidate will be responsible for coordinating with law enforcement and other stakeholders and partners, message development, media relations and management of a large advertising/public relations contract. Desired skills include message development, communications planning, contract management, and experience working across agency lines to develop consistent, effective messages about issues affecting the public. This position is based in Salem, at ODFW Headquarters, in the Information and Education Division.

To qualify you need:

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in Business or Public Administration, Public Relations, Marketing, Journalism, the Behavioral or Social Sciences or related degree and two years of professional level experience in Public Relations or Affairs OR
  • Five years of experience developing and managing a variety of public information campaigns; two of the five years must have been at the professional level.

To view a complete job posting and to apply visit: https://oregon.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/SOR_External_Career_Site/job/Salem-Headquarters—ODFW/Public-Affairs-Specialist-2–Anti-Poaching-Campaign-Coordinator-_REQ-21931-1

Please note: This recruitment closes on 10/14/2019