WHC works with corporations across the globe, translating corporate sustainability goals and objectives into tangible and measurable on-the-ground actions. WHC builds collaboration for conservation with corporate employees, local conservation organizations, government agencies, and community members. WHC-led programs focus on healthy ecosystems and connected communities.
The Manager, Content Creation will primarily serve as the chief writer and editor for the organization, researching, writing and editing a variety of high-profile pieces including white papers, blogs, webinars, grants and client-related deliverables such as reports, guides and brochures.
The Program Manager, Conservation and Community works to support WHC’s efforts in the Great Lakes region with a special emphasis in SE Michigan/Ontario and the Calumet region in NW Indiana/Illinois. The objective of the position is to build collaborations and networks that enhance the value of corporate conservation efforts. Its focus is to encourage conservation and education efforts that engage employees and provide community members with meaningful interactions.
The Senior Manager, Education at Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) is a member of the senior team and responsible for the growth and development of WHC’s education initiative that designs and builds effective environmental and STEM education programs for corporate landowners.
The Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) is looking for a creative thinker who can build on an existing foundation of innovation in environmental education to design a world-class program that connects corporate conservation, STEM, workforce development and community value. We are seeking candidates who enjoy the challenge of working in unusual places from steel mills to landfills and with people from diverse backgrounds across industry sectors. WHC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.