The following jobs are now available with Ducks Unlimited. Scroll down the page for details about each job. The ability to apply online for the position will be available soon.
Regional Support Specialist
Agronomy Interns (2)
Land Protection Manager
SC, NC, VA, GA, FL
Ridgeland, MS or Monroe, LA
Visitor Services Representative
Chief Brand Officer
San Joaquin Valley, CA
Regional Support Specialist
National Headquarters, Memphis, TN
We have an opening in the Membership Department for a Regional Support Specialist in Membership Services, reporting to Becky Paysinger.
- Strong customer service skills
- Excellent telephone manner and interpersonal skills
- Ability to function in a team setting
- Ability to handle multiple assignments
- Exceptional organizational abilities
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office
- Knowledge of Blackbaud CRM System
- Assist call center with the 1-800 line; phone calls, questions, return calls
- Assist Regional Directors and Volunteers
- Assist Ducks Unlimited members that call direct to DU or come to Headquarters
- Processing event payments not reported on event membership lists
- Processing adjustments to payments on member records for membership renewal
- Merge/purging duplicate records
- Responding to member correspondence and emails
To apply, please fill out the application materials on this link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=7deee1c0-b159-4fdc-8bdb-3f1d87c47510&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=401404&source=CC2&lang=en_US and attach a cover letter, resume and information for three professional references. To request application materials, please contact Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information regarding this position, please contact Becky Paysinger at email@example.com.
Agronomy Summer Interns – South Dakota
The Great Plains Regional Office of Ducks Unlimited, Inc. (DU) is soliciting resumes for two agronomy summer interns for South Dakota. The incumbents will work under the direction of a DU Agronomist and become part of a team of agronomists, biologists, engineers, and other professionals. The incumbents will focus primarily in the Prairie Pothole Region of eastern South Dakota and be involved in a variety of tasks related to DU’s Soil Health Program. The position location will be Brookings, South Dakota.
Candidates must have at a minimum, one year of advanced education in the field of agronomy or a closely related field. Experience and education related to cover crops, no-till practices, and other soil health practices is desirable. Experience working on a farm is desirable. Experience with research projects and a working knowledge of wetland ecology and waterfowl biology is desirable. Excellent written and oral communication skills and the ability to use personal computers are required. Ability to work independently is necessary. Ability to work with producers, research, and land management professionals is desired. Familiarity with the region’s biological resources and agricultural operations is beneficial. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license and clean driving record and demonstrate ability to work independently with little direct supervision. If selected, applicants will also be required to pass a drug test prior to the start date.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Incumbents’ duties and responsibilities will include: conducting various soil health tests and collecting soil and tissue samples for testing on properties enrolled in one of DU’s soil health programs, assisting with cover crop and soil health outreach efforts to landowners, planting and monitoring cover crop test plots and other cover crops fields, coordinating with DU biological staff on research and monitoring efforts focused at documenting benefits of soil health to waterfowl and wetlands resulting from the implementation of soil health practices. Monitoring activities may include a variety of soil health tests, including conducting infiltration tests and collecting soil and tissue samples for later laboratory analysis by others. Incumbents may also be asked to represent DU at various venues, including venues designed to promote soil health practices to producers. Incumbents may also be asked to help develop written materials, including grant proposals, seeking funds for a variety of soil health related activities. Ability to work outside in unfavorable weather conditions is a requirement.
To apply, please fill out the application materials on this link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=7deee1c0-b159-4fdc-8bdb-3f1d87c47510&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=400734&source=CC2&lang=en_US and attach a letter of interest, current resume, and daytime contact information (email and phone numbers) for three references. Applications will be considered as they are received, and the position will remain open until filled. Questions regarding the position can be directed to:
Ducks Unlimited, Inc.
2301 Research Park Way, Suite 246
Brookings, SD 57006
Land Protection Manager – South Atlantic
Ducks Unlimited, Inc. (DU), the world’s leading waterfowl and wetlands conservation organization, and its supporting organization, Wetlands America Trust (WAT), one of the nation’s largest accredited land trusts, are seeking qualified candidates for a Land Protection Manager to join a dynamic team of professionals and lead our land conservation program in the five-state South Atlantic region of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. Do you have a passion for land protection and want to leave a lasting mark on conservation? If so, this is an exciting opportunity to lead a team of professionals working to protect lands across the Southeastern United States. You’ll have an opportunity to grow this program and make the world a better, more sustainable place for future generations.
Our South Atlantic team is a great example of DU excellence in action with a bright future and experienced, diverse, dedicated, and passionate staff. We are seeking an experienced, forward-thinking individual to join this team and to grow and manage our diverse land protection program in the South Atlantic region where we have an easement portfolio in excess of 180,000 acres. This candidate will have the opportunity to lead a team of land protection staff working in collaboration with landowners and conservation partners on donated / bargain sale conservation easements and fee-title acquisitions throughout the region, and to develop and implement additional land protection strategies and opportunities, such as revolving lands, mitigation, eco-assets and land donations.
The successful candidate will serve as the primary contact for collaboration with state, federal, private, and non-profit conservation partners on matters relating to land conservation. The Manager will provide for training and day to day guidance to lands program staff relative to land protection procedures and project delivery within the five state South Atlantic region. In addition, the successful candidate will serve an important role in a diverse field office team that develops and manages a comprehensive conservation program to maximize benefits for wetlands, wildlife, and people. The position will cooperate and work closely with a diverse group of partners as well as DU conservation delivery and planning staff, fundraising and other regional and national lands program staff on a routine basis. This position provides a great opportunity to work with many private and public partners on diverse and complex land protection issues at a regional landscape scale and affords growth and success in leadership and career development. This position will be located at the South Atlantic Field Office in Hanahan, South Carolina and will report to the Director of Conservation Programs.
- Providing forward thinking and vision toward growing a diverse lands program to fulfill DU’s conservation mission to “conserve, restore, and manage wetlands and associated habitats for North America’s waterfowl. These habitats also benefit other wildlife and people”.
- Growing and managing a comprehensive land protection program through developing and negotiating donated / bargain sale conservation easements, facilitated acquisitions, mitigation, revolving lands, land donations, and eco-asset land protection opportunities.
- Serving as the primary contact in the building of relationships and development of new conservation easements, acquisitions and land protection projects with private landowners and partners. Helping landowners and conservation partners make informed decisions relative to land protection opportunities.
- Seeking new grants and creative funding opportunities to finance conservation projects from programs such as North American Wetlands Conservation Act, National Coastal Wetlands Conservation Grant Program, South Carolina Conservation Bank, North Carolina Land and Water Fund, Virginia Land Conservation Foundation, and mitigation opportunities.
- Functioning as the primary contact for land protection activities including title searches, Baseline Documentation Reports, appraisals, and easement negotiation and recording activities.
- Coordinating and/or conducting preliminary property inspections, due diligence and annual monitoring of conservation easements. Maintaining all files and records relative to land protection activities.
- Serving as the primary contact with legal and environmental consultants, foresters and appraisers and others to assure compliance with DU procedures.
- Engaging with other conservation interests including participating with and providing strong leadership on conservation committees/partnership meetings.
- Working and stewarding landowners with whom we hold conservation easements to ensure compliance with easement terms and that the wetlands and waterfowl conservation values of the properties are maintained.
- Working with Development (fundraising) staff to obtain easement endowment contributions. Assisting Development staff, as needed, in identifying and stewarding potential major donors from existing and new easement landowners. As well as coordinating and assisting with development of funding proposals.
Bachelor’s degree (advanced degrees such as MS or J.D. preferred, but not required) in applicable field and a minimum of three years of professional experience related to land use planning, and/or conservation lands transactions (both conservation easements and fee acquisitions); more experience strongly preferred. Must have the ability to work with diverse public and private interests. Background or competent knowledge in land use planning, real estate and conservation easement transactions, conservation finance, natural science, land management and forestry desired. Qualified candidates must have excellent communication and relationship building skills and the ability to work both independently and as a member of a diverse conservation team.
To apply: Please fill out the application materials on this link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=7deee1c0-b159-4fdc-8bdb-3f1d87c47510&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=400406&source=CC2&lang=en_US and attach a cover letter resume and daytime information for three professional references. The position will be open until filled. To request application materials, please contact Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org. For additional information regarding this position, please contact Emily Purcell, Director of Conservation Programs, at email@example.com or (843) 745-9110.
Engineering Technician – Mississippi Alluvial Valley
Ridgeland, MS or Monroe, LA
Description: The successful applicant will join a highly motivated conservation team dedicated toward accomplishing Ducks Unlimited’s (DU’s) mission wetlands and waterfowl conservation. Applicant will assist a regional team in delivering wetland, riparian, and associated habitat restoration projects within the Mississippi Alluvial Valley (MAV), primarily in Arkansas, Mississippi, North Louisiana and Tennessee. This position will be stationed in DU’s Ridgeland, Mississippi, or Monroe, Louisiana office, depending on the individual hired.
The successful applicant will: (1) be responsible for the operation of GPS and traditional surveying equipment for topographic and construction surveys; (2) serve as DU’s representative on construction projects, while performing a variety of inspections to verify contractor’s compliance with plans, specifications and standards; (3) prepare inspection reports and maintain project records; (4) assist Regional Engineer(s) and other Technician(s) with a variety of administrative duties.
- Knowledge of topographic and construction surveying techniques.
- Knowledge of heavy construction work methods, practices, materials and equipment.
- Knowledge of methods and techniques of project administration, construction inspection and materials testing.
- Demonstrated ability to work with public and private conservation partners.
- Demonstrated oral and written interpersonal and communication skills.
- Ability to operate ATV and outboard boats.
- Self-motivated and goal oriented.
- Willingness to work outside of normal business hours, willingness to work independently, willingness to travel overnight, ability to work in inclement weather, and ability to work with minimal supervision in remote work environments.
Bachelor of Science or Associate of Applied Science degree in the construction sciences constitutes professional training and adds or supports qualifications above.
To apply, please fill out the application materials on this link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=7deee1c0-b159-4fdc-8bdb-3f1d87c47510&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=366935&source=CC2&lang=en_US and attach a letter of interest, resume and daytime contact information (email & phone numbers) for three professional references. To request application materials please contact Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information regarding this position or to request application materials, please contact:
Ducks Unlimited, Inc. - SRO
193 Business Park Drive, Suite E
Ridgeland, MS 39157
Visitor Services Representative
The Ducks Unlimited Waterfowling Heritage Center (WHC) is seeking a part-time candidate for the position of Visitor Service Representative. This position is in the Bass Pro Shops at the Pyramid and is part of a team that works together to provide the best possible experience to museum visitors. Applicants should be reliable, flexible, and personable; possess strong communication skills; can think on their feet; exhibit a professional manner and attire at all times; and positively portray the mission of Ducks Unlimited, Inc., the continent’s leader in waterfowl and wetlands conservation.
- Provide an exceptional experience to all who visit the WHC
- Greet all groups visiting WHC
- Assist in opening and closing the museum
- Represent DU and the museum positively
- Ensure the galleries are clean and presentable
- Provide guided tours of the WHC
- Assist with educational programs and events
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with a willingness to learn
- Must be able to work well in an unpredictable environment
- Experience working with visitors of all ages desired
- Ability to speak in front of large groups of people
- An interest in and knowledge of waterfowl, waterfowl hunting and conservation a plus
*Candidates must work weekends and holidays.
To apply please fill out the application materials on this link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=7deee1c0-b159-4fdc-8bdb-3f1d87c47510&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=399202&source=CC2&lang=en_US and attach a resume with daytime information for 3 professional references included. For further information regarding this position, or to request application materials please contact: Katie Burke ~ Manager, Waterfowling Heritage Center, Ducks Unlimited, Inc., One Waterfowl Way, Memphis, TN. 38120, Phone: 901-758-3765, email@example.com.
Chief Brand Officer - Ducks Unlimited
Ducks Unlimited seeks to recruit an innovative individual to serve as Chief Brand Officer, based in Memphis Tennessee.
Established in 1937, Ducks Unlimited, Inc. (DU) has conserved more than 14 million acres, thanks to contributions from more than a million supporters across the continent. Headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee, DU has offices in Mississippi, California, North Dakota, Michigan, and Washington, D.C., with sister organizations in Canada and Mexico. Ducks Unlimited is built on the passion of its volunteers, members, and staff who collectively demonstrate a powerful commitment to the vision of “wetlands sufficient to fill the skies with waterfowl today, tomorrow, and forever.”
Over 80 years, DU’s mission of waterfowl habitat conservation has resulted in its working across the continent to serve the habitats that make possible the abundance of wildlife. Waterfowl, upland birds, and other species of wildlife are not the only beneficiaries of DU’s habitat work. Wetlands also provide vital ecological benefits for people. Wetlands improve the overall health of our environment by recharging and purifying groundwater, moderating floods, and reducing soil erosion. Wetlands are North America’s most productive ecosystems, providing critical habitat to more than 900 wildlife species, clean water for our communities, and invaluable recreational opportunities for all people to enjoy, but just in the last 50 years, our nation has lost more than 17 million acres of wetlands.
In addition to a robust and dynamic national grassroots membership, Ducks Unlimited has a subsidiary board called Wetlands American Trust (WAT). The goal of WAT is to provide specialized financial and philanthropic support to Ducks Unlimited. It has been that way since WAT was created more than 25 years ago. WAT is comprised of Fortune 50 business leaders, successful entrepreneurs, and volunteer leaders from DU’s national Board, DU Canada’s Board and DU de Mexico. WAT’s primary role is the fiduciary responsibility for DU's endowment and land holdings. WAT is also one of the nation's largest accredited land trusts, holding conservation easements on more than 400,000 acres.
Ducks Unlimited is anchored by its volunteer-led grassroots fundraising system. DU’s fundraising events are an integral part of its culture and play a large role in positioning DU as a lifestyle brand. Each year, more than 55,000 volunteers host nearly 4,000 fundraising events for DU. These events raise vital dollars for conservation and are a key tool for engaging a majority of DU’s members, volunteers, and major donors. DU has approximately 500 employees across the country and an annual operating budget of more than $220 million. Headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee, Ducks Unlimited has offices in Mississippi, California, North Dakota, Michigan, and Washington, D.C., with sister organizations in Canada and Mexico. Last year, DU conserved approximately 275,000 acres of land in the United States.
The CBO is a strategic member of DU’s senior leadership team and will lead a dedicated team who develop and execute DU’s comprehensive communications and marketing activities. This role is based in DU’s National Headquarters in Memphis, TN.
The CBO will work across all DU departments, engage key Board members and partners, and maintain relationships with a broad spectrum of external stakeholders. The CBO will continue to develop the capacity of the communications and marketing team to employ strategies and tactics to maintain and enhance DU’s brand and reputational value. As a critical member of DU’s senior team, the CBO will partner with DU senior leadership team to identify and address external communications opportunities.
The CBO is responsible for the timely and thoughtful execution of DU’s internal and external branding and communications activities. The CBO is a person who proactively anticipates trends and movements in the market and who will create new tools and tactics to continue to enhance DU’s conservation leadership. The CBO oversees a professional staff of 25 and a communications and marketing budget of approximately $10.2 million.
The strategic goals for the CBO, include:
• Continue to develop messages and information resources to motivate and engage DU’s volunteer and members and support communication and marketing plans that support and grow the base and reaches out to a new constituency of support.
• Develop brand, and communication strategies to anticipate new trends in the market and to support the implementation of DU’s priority strategic pillars, including expansion of work on ecosystem services, water, and leveraging the Wetlands America Trust brand.
• Collaborate with DU’s Senior Leadership Team and volunteers to develop a comprehensive professional development program that will focus on and enhance the leadership capabilities of the communications and marketing team
• In collaboration with DU’s Development, Corporate Relations and Membership Program, increase DU’s new membership, contributed support, and public/private partnerships.
• Oversee the execution of the brand, communications, and marketing programs in a creative and forward reaching manner. Oversee planning, management, and coordination for all DU communications platforms including magazines, media relations, social media, and creative services.
• Develop and utilize branding, communications and marketing strategies that capture productive and revenue enhancing opportunities necessary for achieving DU’s mission.
• Develop internal communications strategies, programs and processes that will provide a high level of employee communication and education, foster employee engagement and drive a positive corporate culture.
• Develop and utilize market segmentation tools, benchmark research on brand penetration, strategic data acquisition, and information resources to enhance and expand DU messaging and outreach efforts; to capture private sector investment and partnerships; and to support sustainable communications and marketing programs.
In less than a decade, social media has developed into a powerful communications platform for DU with more than 2 million fans across Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Social media channels have allowed DU to increase brand awareness and brand affinity, especially among younger supporters. Forty percent (40%) of DU’s Facebook fans are under age 25. Ducks Unlimited TV public service announcement program has helped increase awareness of DU’s brand and mission. DU PSAs have aired more than 37,000 times on 96 stations and networks, generating 500 million audience impressions and more than $16 million in donated media value. These PSAs are produced by DU’s video department and distribution nationally to 800 stations and networks by Connect360 Multimedia. DU TV is America’s longest running waterfowling and conservation show. DU TV enjoys sponsorship support from Drake, Ram, Purina Pro Plan, Mossy Oak, First National Bank, and others. The show is produced by MOOSE Media in conjunction with Ducks Unlimited. DU Films is an online short film series that explores the lives and stories of waterfowl hunters and conservationists across the country. Produced in partnership with Rock Road Creative and airing exclusively on the Ducks Unlimited website, DU Films is available in high-quality video format to anyone with internet access. Ducks Unlimited magazine has been DU’s flagship publication since 1963 and details DU’s efforts to restore wildlife habitat across North America as well as the recreational value of these environments.
The ideal professional qualifications and personal attributes the CBO ought to possess are the following:
• Demonstrated business leadership of 15 or more years, with a proven record of success and experience managing a dedicated team of professional within a complex business structure.
• Demonstrated integrity and leadership in working with and managing budgets, financial forecasting, performance measurement metrics.
• Demonstrated experience building and mentoring a team of professional staff and creating opportunities for professional growth and leadership within an enterprise.
• Proven leadership skills in financial analysis and an ability to translate data into strategic tools to enhance the brand value of the enterprise.
• Experience and knowledge of marketing and business development strategies.
• Experience working to maintain the brand value of a company, including crisis communication or other tactics required to mitigate reputational risks.
• Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Marketing, Communications or Business.
• A commitment to DU’s mission and a demonstrated passion for wildlife and habitat conservation. In addition, the ideal candidate should have an appreciation for or be a participant in the waterfowling heritage.
• A management style that is goal oriented, but flexible; that respects the capabilities and independence of volunteers and staff alike and provides them with a clear sense of direction.
• Commitment to results; 'can-do" mindset; outstanding problem-solving ability.
• Collegial, trustworthy, and possessing the highest level of personal and professional integrity.
• Excellent verbal and written communications skills, including effective presentation and negotiation skills.
• Engaging and inspiring interpersonal presence necessary to gain credibility and respect from a broad audience.
• Strong work ethic and willingness to travel extensively, often for weekend and evening meetings.
Compensation for the Chief Brand Officer includes a competitive salary, and an excellent package of health and other employee benefits.
To apply, Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume responding specifically to the experience and qualifications being sought to: Daniel Sherman, President, Explore Company at firstname.lastname@example.org. Refer to DU/CBO in the subject line. No phone inquiries please.
Regional Engineer – Michigan
Ducks Unlimited, Inc., the world’s leading wetland and waterfowl conservation organization, is seeking a self-motivated, experienced civil engineer to be located in Dexter, Michigan. The successful applicant will join a highly motivated conservation team of biologists and engineers who are responsible for the planning, design and construction of wetland restoration and enhancement projects. Primary responsibilities will be in Michigan and Ohio.
Candidates must have at minimum, a B.S in Civil Engineering or an equivalent degree from an EAC/ABET accredited engineering program, be a registered professional engineer and a minimum of 6 years of experience in civil engineering design. Applicant will need to obtain registration in assigned states. Desirable qualifications include experience with Civil3D, hydrology, hydraulics, civil design including structures and pump stations, erosion control, construction inspection and project management. Demonstrated oral, written and interpersonal communication skills are essential. Candidates must be self-motivated, goal oriented and able to work with and solve problems in close team-based relationships.
Regional Engineers perform a full range of project planning, design, contracting, and construction management functions on wetland, riparian, and associated habitat restoration projects. Project delivery responsibilities include scoping and proposal development, engineering design, project bidding, field inspection, and occasional construction management. A close working relationship with local, state and federal personnel, private landowners, and other conservation partners will be an important aspect of the job. The position will include occasional travel.
Specific duties include:
- Prepare proposal scope of work and budgets in close coordination with biological staff.
- Interpret, select, adapt, and apply engineering, surveying, and construction management principles and practices across a range of engineering services within a diverse conservation program.
- Complete engineering designs and reports as required.
- Prepare project plans, technical specifications and cost estimates. Attend project meetings.
- Conduct field inspection and perform construction management oversight as needed.
- Ensure that consultants and contractors adhere to project plans, specifications and schedules.
- Act as contracting officer and ensure contract compliance and manage project budgets.
- Assist with occasional field work as required which could include strenuous outdoor activity in difficult environmental conditions. Must be able to operate ATV and outboard boat when necessary.
To apply please fill out the application materials on this link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=7deee1c0-b159-4fdc-8bdb-3f1d87c47510&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=396384&source=CC2&lang=en_US and attach a cover letter, resume and three professional references. For further information regarding this position, please contact, Michael Baker, 7322 Newman Boulevard, Bldg. #1, Dexter, MI 48130. Email: email@example.com Office: #734-623-2000. To request application materials, please contact Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Regional Engineer - San Joaquin Valley
Rancho Cordova, CA
Ducks Unlimited, Inc., the world’s leading wetland and waterfowl conservation organization, is seeking a self-motivated, experienced civil engineer headquartered out of the Western Regional Office in Rancho Cordova, CA. The position location is negotiable with a desire being the Regional Engineer based in the San Joaquin Valley area. The successful applicant will join a highly motivated conservation team of biologists and engineers who are responsible for the planning, design, and construction of wetland and wild land restoration projects in the San Joaquin Valley and Tulare Basin.
Candidates must have at minimum, a B.S in an engineering curriculum and be a registered civil engineer in the state of California. Desirable qualifications include GPS surveying, Civil3D, construction inspection and management, erosion control, soil science, hydraulics, agricultural engineering, and levee, canal, and/or pump station design. Demonstrated oral, written and interpersonal communication skills are essential. Candidates must be self-motivated, goal oriented, and able to work with and solve problems in close team-based relationships. Candidates must be able to perform field work that includes strenuous outdoor activity in difficult environmental conditions. Completion of safety training for small boat and all terrain vehicle operation will be required.
Regional Engineers perform a full range of project planning, design, contracting, and construction management functions on wetland, riparian, and associated habitat restoration projects. Project delivery responsibilities include scoping and proposal development, topographic surveying, engineering design, project bidding, field inspection, and construction management. A close working relationship with local, state and federal personnel, private landowners, and other conservation partners will be an important aspect of the job. The position will include travel throughout California.
Specific duties include:
- Prepare proposal scope of work and budgets.
- Develop topographic surveys and collect field data for design.
- Prepare project plans, technical specifications and cost estimates.
- Conduct field inspection and perform construction management oversight.
- Ensure that consultants and contractors adhere to project plans, specifications and schedules.
- Act as contracting officer and ensure contract compliance and manage project budgets.
To apply, please fill out the application materials on this link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=7deee1c0-b159-4fdc-8bdb-3f1d87c47510&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=367035&source=CC2&lang=en_US and attach a cover letter, resume and contact information (email and phone numbers) for three professional references. For further information regarding this position or to request application materials, please contact:
Maria Camacho, Executive Assistant
Ducks Unlimited, Inc.
Western Regional Office
3074 Gold Canal Drive
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
Tel: (916) 851-5331
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