Join Trout Unlimited’s Alaska Program for an exciting opportunity to help conserve clean water and salmon and trout habitat on the Kenai Peninsula through working closely with TU staff, community members, businesses, volunteers and partners. This person will connect with anglers and community members by attending and hosting events and activities that build community connections, share scientific information, and support and expand partnerships. The Kenai Peninsula Community Engagement Coordinator is responsible for representing TU in the community and identifying fish habitat conservation projects on the Kenai Peninsula. The ideal candidate is highly organized, collaborative and a reliable self-starter who enjoys interacting with a wide variety of people. They have experience and skills in a range of public outreach tactics, exceptional communication and “people” skills, and have a demonstrated ability to meet deadlines with minimal supervision. They have a good sense of humor, knowledge of and passion for salmon and trout on the Kenai Peninsula and are excited to contribute to a fish-filled future for Alaska. This position will be based in a Kenai Peninsula community (preferred locations: Sterling, Soldotna, Kenai, or Cooper Landing). This position is  32 hrs./week (avg) and is eligible for a generous benefit package.  For full job description and to apply:

Tagged as: communications, community engagement, river restoration, social media, youth education

About Trout Unlimited

Trout Unlimited (TU) takes care of the rivers and clean water that trout, salmon and communities around the country depend on. We are a nationwide network of advocates, outdoor-enthusiasts, volunteers, anglers and staff dedicated to protecting places where trout and salmon thrive and recovering rivers and fisheries that need help. In Alaska, we work to conserve some of the most important wild salmon and native trout habitats remaining in North America