The Wolf River Conservancy (WRC) is a nonprofit corporation organized in 1985. Its mission is “dedicated to the protection and enhancement of the Wolf River corridor and watershed as a sustainable natural resource”. Through the cooperation of landowners and the generosity of the local community, the WRC has protected 18,500 acres of sensitive wetlands which provide habitats for a variety of plants, trees, grasses and flowers and a rich wildlife population. Lands have been protected by means of direct purchases, donations and conservation easements.
- 401(k) and 401(k) company match up to 3%
- Health and Life Insurance
- 14 Paid Holidays
- Parental Leave
- Financial support for professional development
- Life Insurance
While typical work hours are 9:00 am- 5:00 pm, Monday -Friday, employees must be willing to handle flexible work hours including occasional work on nights and weekends. Employees are able to work a “hybrid” ( physical and virtual ) schedule.
Paddle Assistant (Seasonal)
Seasonal Paddle Assistants are tasked with the logistics of the Conservancy's sponsored "Paddle the Greenway" program held at the Epping Way section of the Wolf River Greenway; this program is held in spring and fall. (Spring Season – April thru June; Fall Season – September thru November)
Chief Development Officer
The Chief Development Officer fosters a positive philanthropic environment within the Wolf River Conservancy and assures that its culture, systems, and procedures support fundraising activities and meet revenue goals. Leads staff and volunteers to institutionalize philanthropy and development activities within the organization.