Center for Plant Conservation

Ric Land rland at ADMIN.MOBOT.ORG
Tue Jun 16 18:51:25 CDT 1998

* * * * JOB OPPORTUNITY * * * *

Center for Plant Conservation
Manager, Conservation Programs

Based in St. Louis, Missouri, manages the Center for Plant Conservation=91=
national rare plant conservation program including the maintenance and
growth of the National Collection of Endangered Plants and its associated
database. Coordinates the CPC's Priority Regions program and action plan
preparation. Oversees research program development, writes and manages
grants, develops work and action plans, supervises department support
staff, drafts budgets and monitors expenditures, and participates in
conservation program planning at national and regional levels.

Qualifications include a Master's degree in botany or conservation biology=
Ph.D. strongly preferred.  Three year's experience in botanic garden
conservation or related field, plant conservation management, and/or
research required.  Experience in working with federal and state agencies
and NGO's and knowledge of the plant conservation community highly desired=
Excellent oral and written communication skills, strong computer skills an=
willingness to travel essential.

We offer excellent benefits including medical, dental, vision, and life
insurance, retirement, tax deferred annuity with a generous match, and sic=
and vacation leave.  To apply, please submit resume and names and phone
numbers of three references via mail, fax, or e-mail to Missouri Botanical
Garden, Human Resource Management, ATTN: MCP, P.O. Box 299, St. Louis, MO
63166-0299.  E-mail: rland at  Fax: (314) 577-9597 (EOE)

Ric Land                            Office: (314) 577-9583
Missouri Botanical Garden           Fax:    (314) 577-9597
Human Resource Management           E-mail: rland at
2345 Tower Grove Avenue             Web:
St. Louis, Missouri  63110

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