Community Collaboration Director

Website Kingdom Trail Association

The Kingdom Trail Association (KT) provides recreation and education opportunities by managing, maintaining, and building trails to foster the health of our community, surrounding environment, and regional economy. KT strives to accomplish this mission by offering a 100+ mile network of quality, non-motorized, multi-use trails for all ability levels, incorporating the best of our local scenery and natural diversity. KT partners with landowners, local businesses, government agencies, stakeholders, and other non-profit organizations to create inclusive outdoor recreation opportunities accessible to people of all abilities and identities through membership.

The Community Collaboration Director’s primary responsibilities are to strengthen community partnerships and plan, implement, and manage education and recreation opportunities to increase awareness and advocacy as well as further KT’s mission, economic impact, and educational reach. This is accomplished by:

●  Engaging in community outreach, local partnership & stakeholder development, program planning, resource-gathering, and logistics.
●  Bringing together landowners, community members, KT members, nonprofits, schools, regional development agencies, and businesses through KT-sanctioned events and program opportunities.
●  Fostering an enjoyable and respectful experience to preserve and protect the natural environment as well as the interests and goodwill of local stakeholders, the trail network, and the community.

Join the KT Leadership Team:
●  The Community Collaboration Director will be a critical member of the KT Leadership Team. He/She/They will be supervised and supported by the KT Executive Director.
●  The Community Collaboration Director also works closely with the following KT team members: Communication & Education Director, Development Director, Operations Director, and Trail Director.

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