Outreach Coordinator
TACF seeks to hire a highly organized full-time Outreach Coordinator. TACF’s Outreach Coordinator will be responsible for connecting with our various communities. Reporting to the Regional Science Coordinator Manager, the ideal Outreach Coordinator will lead the effort to build a sustainable chapter engagement platform, supporting strategies, and create best practices for our sixteen chapters, each of whom operate in partnership with the national organization, as well as develop strong messaging and tools for use across TACF’s leadership and staff, chapter leadership and members, expansive volunteer community, committee leadership and members, and key partner organizations.

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Compensation and Benefits
Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications. The salary range for this position is $49,000-$60,000. The American Chestnut Foundation offers employees a competitive benefits package including health insurance benefits, and optional dental and vision coverage, beginning on the first day of the month following the date of hire, as well as a 403(b) Retirement Plan. After two years of service, TACF will match eligible employee contributions up to 5% of deferred wages. All amounts from an employee’s contributions and company match are 100% vested. TACF offers generous PTO, along with at least 12 paid holidays and sick time.

To Apply
Interested candidates must include an email address and phone number, and should email their resume, cover letter, and professional references to tacfjobs@acf.org, with the job title in the subject line. No phone calls will be accepted. **Due to an extraordinary response to this open position, we are closing the application period sooner than expected on February 25, 2023.** We will acknowledge receipt of all applications.

About The American Chestnut Foundation

The American Chestnut Foundation (TACF) is a nonprofit conservation, education, and scientific organization
with 20+ staff members located from Vermont to North Carolina, an 18-member board, and an annual budget
of 3 million dollars. Founded in 1983 and based in Asheville, NC, TACF and its 16 state chapters are employing
traditional breeding and modern genomics to develop, and ultimately restore, American chestnut populations.
TACF is primarily supported by private philanthropy and targeted research funding.

The American chestnut is a symbol for the hope that exists for all threatened species. TACF has played the
lead role in rescuing this species through its innovative breeding and genetic research for four decades. TACF’s
long-term goal is to create self-sustaining populations, with disease-resistant trees growing stronger in each
succeeding generation. TACF is restoring a growing legacy for decades and centuries to come.

Our Mission is to return the iconic American chestnut to its native range
Our Vision is a robust eastern forest returned to its splendor
TACF’s Values: Optimism, Patience, Science-Based Decisions, Integrity, Innovation, and Collaboration