The Program Manager of the California Desert is a trusted leader in the region who protects national parks and public lands, such as Joshua Tree National Park and Mojave Trails National Monument. The work includes building community and political support for park issues, developing and managing multiple campaigns, serving as a community leader, media voice and community organizer on behalf of desert park issues, and supporting NPCA efforts beyond the desert in the Pacific region as a whole and at a national level. Essential Functions: % of Time 1. Community Organizing and Outreach: 30% Work with existing partners and develop new relationships to protect national parks. Engage local leaders and change-makers in desert park issues to influen

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