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Grand County Water Information Network
Executive Director
Location: Grand County, CO

Job Description: The Grand County Water Information Network is now accepting applications for a year-round 25 hours/week Executive Director. GCWIN is a non-profit water quality organization. Duties include program development, grant/membership development, board of directors’ liaison, personnel/fiscal management, monitoring programs oversight, database management and public relations/educational outreach. Click HERE for a full job description. 
Job Requirements: American Citizenship, National or Lawful Permanent Residency.  Bachelor’s degree (Science/Technology/Engineering/Math preferred).
How to apply: Position is open until filled, send your resume and a two to three page nonfiction writing sample (any subject) to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .
Call GCWIN Board Chair, Katherine Morris at (970) 725-3058 with any questions.


Executive Director Vacancy
The GCWIN Executive Director Ryan Lokteff has resigned effective December 14, 2016.  The GCWIN Board appreciates the efforts that Ryan has made toward the advancement of water quality and water education in our community.
The Board is taking steps to fill the Executive Director positon as quickly as possible and to ensure a smooth transition.  GCWIN plans to continue to fulfill its mission to coordinate, manage, and consolitdate the comprehensive water quality monitoring, information and educational programs in Grand County, Colorado.


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GCWIN would like to thank some of our 2016 supporters.

The Grand Foundation has provided funding to maintain our temperature sensor network and to be able to perform water quality monitoring.  With their help, we are able to continue monitoring water quality in the Colorado and Fraser Rivers during a year when we otherwise wouldn't have been able.  

The Summit Foundation has provided funding to support our education programs in western Grand County.  With their help, we are able to pay for the cost of transporting students to local rivers and streams for field trips.  We are also able to bring on more educational staff so that we can fully use some of the amazing people at GCWIN who have volunteered their time in the past.

Thank you for your support!


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Established in 2004, GCWIN works to coordinate, manage and consolidate the comprehensive water quality monitoring, information and educational programs in Grand County, Colorado.



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