Site Manager

Site Managers report to the Project Manager and oversee a specific Site within a large Project area. Responsibilities and qualifications typically include:

  • Recruit and manage volunteers supporting your Site
  • Establish Site specific goals, objectives and diving schedule for the teams tasked with managing a Site
  • Coordinate with the Project Manager as needed to manage Data Uploads to the Project Baseline database using the web-based interface
  • Maintain regular communication with Project manager
  • Work with the Project manager to establish and maintain local community connections with the public as well as appropriate environmental regulating agencies
  • Participate in outreach events by hosting or attending informal socials, events, public forums and meetings
  • Current GUE membership is encouraged

Parties interested in becoming a volunteer Site manager should contact the nearest Project manager. Visit the Project pages on projectbaseline.org/database/ for Project contacts. If no Project exists near your home, please contact the Program manager.

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