HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Game Commission has advertised the soon-to-be-vacant executive director position, and those interested in the job have 30 days to apply.
The successful applicant will serve as the chief executive officer responsible for planning and directing Pennsylvania’s statewide wildlife management program.
The position is due to become vacant on Jan. 17 when Executive Director Carl G. Roe retires.
Candidates who meet designated qualifications will be considered for the position.
The job requires eight years of progressively responsible administrative management or staff experience, including five years of experience directing and managing a major function within a conservation agency. Those seeking to fill the position also must have a bachelor’s degree in wildlife management, biology, public administration, business administration or a closely related field, or an equivalent combination of experience and training.
The salary for the executive director position ranges from $95,022 to $129,370.
Those interested in applying must submit by mail a resume and Personal Data Summary, a two-page form on which candidates report professional and personal information. The Personal Data Summary is available online and also can be obtained by calling (717) 787-7836.
The resume and Personal Data Summary then should be mailed to PGC Board of Commissioners, P.O. Box 60070, Harrisburg, PA 17106.
Please DO NOT send application packets directly to the Game Commission’s headquarters.
Application packets must be received by Oct. 31.
More details regarding the job description can be found at the Game Commission’s website on the “PGC Careers” page, which is under the tab titled “About Us.” Questions about the position should be directed to the Game Commission’s human resources department at (717) 787-7836.
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.