The SHTA seeks a new Trail Stewardship Director

The Superior Hiking Trail Association (SHTA) is hiring a Trail Stewardship Director.

Position Summary

The Trail Stewardship Director is referred to as the swiss army knives of positions — there are many components, some you use more frequently than others, but all are important when managing and maintaining the Trail.

The Trail Stewardship Director is responsible for leading two core areas of operation of the SHTA; trail protection and data management. Additionally, this position supports and bolsters the work of the whole, assisting the ED and fellow staff members, the Board of Directors, and volunteers.

About the Superior Hiking Trail Association

The Superior Hiking Trail Association (SHTA) protects, renews, and enhances the Superior Hiking Trail. We believe the Trail is a resource for everyone. Our staff work to improve the experience on the Trail and strive to connect the aspirations of those who use the Trail with those who care for the land. We are leading the charge by harnessing the power of volunteers, supporters, partners and trail users to break down barriers, engage participants, and create deeper relationships between people and nature. We do this for many reasons, but most importantly – to protect our natural landscape and preserve it so it can be enjoyed for generations to come.

View the full Trail Stewardship Director job description here.

How to Apply

Please send us a letter of interest, resume, a writing/map sample and three professional references.  Address your application to Lisa Luokkala, Executive Director, [email protected]

Application closing date is November 14, 2021