Application Period Open till March 16th, 2021
After several years of furthering Bayou City Waterkeeper’s mission and values, Jordan Macha has announced that she will be departing from her role as Executive Director & Waterkeeper in April 2021. Over the next few months, the Board of Directors will be conducting a thorough search to find Bayou City Waterkeeper’s next Executive Director. It is our priority to find a dynamic leader with a true passion for our mission: Protecting and restoring our natural bayou and bay systems through the advancement of systemic change that benefits all who live within the Lower Galveston Bay Watershed.
The Executive Director of Bayou City Waterkeeper is responsible for overseeing the mission, programs, and day-to-day operations of the organization. The Executive Director is the chief ambassador and fundraiser for Bayou City Waterkeeper, and responsible for ensuring the organization builds relationships and programs that advance its mission, secures the resources it needs to succeed, and manages funds efficiently and effectively. The Executive Director is supervised by the Board of Directors and directs the work of the staff. Position will remain open until filled. For priority consideration, please apply by March 16, 2021.