The Executive Director leads and manages the Mendocino County Resource Conservation District (MCRCD or District) team in the delivery of services as outlined by the Board of Directors and the District’s Strategic Plan. This position requires the ability to effectively communicate MCRCD’s goals, activities, roles, and responsibilities to other agencies, organizations, individuals and local government. The Executive Director (ED) serves as the face of the District with agricultural, regulatory and environmental communities, as well as with the public at large. The ED reports to MCRCD’s Board of Directors and oversees District staff. The ED collaborates on many aspects of project planning and implementation, including seeking appropriate funding sources, and is required to work collaboratively and to serve as a positive role model for other employees by supporting the mission, vision, and values of the MCRCD. This position requires strong natural resource knowledge, fund development skills, self- direction, strategic thinking, collaborative leadership and problem solving skills in order to succeed. Full job announcement can be found here.