of my clients is seeking a Regional Manager to oversee land restoration efforts
throughout the State of Wyoming. Our client enjoys a large market
share in the Rocky Mountain states from Idaho through Colorado and is rapidly
growing. They focus on land restoration using native plant species.
Please forward this information to anybody who might be interested. The
company provides fully paid health insurance, relocation assistance and a competitive
compensation package. – Thank you, Bob Hollis
Location: Rawlins, WY (Considering relocation to Casper)
regional manager oversees all projects and activities in Wyoming and supervises
field managers and office staff. The position requires good multitasking
and organization skills to coordinate with staff and clients on multiple
congruent projects. Manager will develop new client base, and communicate
with existing clients on a regular basis. The manager will work with
General Manager and other staff to put together competitive bids on restoration
projects throughout the state.
Supervise 2-4 field managers and oversee operations of 10-12 full time staff.
Oversee ongoing projects to ensure successful completion.
Meet with clients on a regular basis to maintain good relationship.
Develop new client base, by attending meetings, conferences and making cold
Review all billing to make sure correct information is being submitted to
Give PowerPoint presentations at industry and professional conferences.
Oversee training new employees in all procedures for monitoring, seeding and
Write bids, review reports.
Lead monthly company safety meetings and ensure safe work practices are
Make decisions on reclamation needs for projects (seed mixes, weed control,
soil amendments, etc).
Interview and hire new staff and perform annual employee evaluations.
Assist with field work as needed.
B.S. in range management, ecology, or similar field with 2+ year’s
Experience supervising employees and managing projects required.
Experience working on restoration projects preferred.
Field experience with plant identification, and survey techniques
Knowledge of Wyoming and Western flora preferred.
Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel and Access and PowerPoint required.
Ability to perform tasks requiring physical exertion, outdoors, in all weather
conditions, and on difficult terrain.
Ability to work safely and follow safety protocol.
Ability to work effectively with diverse groups including landowners, general
public, and CSR staff.
Sincere commitment to wildlife conservation, native habitats, habitat
restoration, and the goals of the hiring organization.
resumes to Bob Hollis at RHollis@no.address
Robert W. Hollis, CEO
Carnegie Partners, LLC
Ph (916) 717-8108
eFax (916) 290-0312