The Forest Resources Association (FRA), a national advocacy organization for the wood supply chain, which includes wood consumers, landowners and suppliers, is searching for a Southcentral/Southeastern Regional Manager.
The FRA advocates for pro-forestry policies that create jobs, sustain forest resources and promote the public policy interests of the forest products industry’s supply chain on Capitol Hill. The association operates in six regions to support the unique issues and needs of member companies throughout the United States.
According to the job posting, "the Southcentral/Southeastern Region Manager will advance FRA’s mission and expand and strengthen relationships with member companies. The successful candidate will have knowledge of timber harvesting, forest management and government affairs and be motivated to learn and update knowledge through reading, research and field work. The role involves strategic written and oral communications, both for and in collaboration with members: providing regulatory updates, technical releases, safety alerts, or other publications that are important to the industry. Responsibilities also include planning, promoting and managing regional meetings, workshops, seminars, and conducting continuing education programs for Region members."
Want to know more? Download the FRA job posting below.