Trustees for Alaska is seeking a full-time Staff Attorney in Anchorage, AK to join our team of lawyers working to protect a wild and vibrant Alaska where fish, wildlife, and people thrive. The position is available immediately.

The ideal candidate will have a proven ability to foster coordination and cooperation among diverse groups to achieve conservation goals in Alaska. This position is an opportunity to achieve environmental protection while working closely with clients, policy makers, and administrative agency staff.

About Trustees for Alaska
Trustees for Alaska is the only Alaska-based nonprofit public-interest environmental law firm, and is essential to the protection and defense of Alaskas lands, waters, wildlife, and people. Alaska is an amazing place and it needs guardians to ensure it remains that way. For over 40 years, Trustees has provided free legal services, policy advice, and strategic counsel to Alaska Native organizations and tribes, community groups, and local and national conservation groups. Trustees for Alaska addresses environmental problems proactively and collaboratively with our partners. For further information, see http://www.trustees.org.

Job Responsibilities
The Staff Attorney reports to the Legal Director and is responsible for the following:
Managing a diverse case load that may include coalition-based administrative, legislative, and judicial work
Working with program staff to develop legal strategies
Representing Trustees for Alaska and clients in public forums and with the press
Delegating and supervising projects for our paralegal and legal interns
Assisting with administrative, communications, and fundraising as needed

Working Conditions
We generally work a 40-hour work week, with occasional additional night and weekend hours, in a supportive, dog-friendly office. We occasionally travel, including to remote areas by small plane, boat, or snow machine.

We are seeking candidates who have excellent legal , relationship-building, and project management skills, and are results oriented. Strong candidates will have:
A demonstrated ability to think creatively
Excellent writing, research, analytical, and interpersonal skills
A track record of managing judicial, legislative, and administrative projects
Admitted to practice law in Alaska, eligible for reciprocity, or willing to sit for the next available bar exam
The ability to understand scientific principles and methods
The ability to work in a collaborative, team-based environment, including within large and diverse coalitions

Knowledge of Alaska, and environmental and administrative law are all plusses. Competitive non-profit salary based on experience, plus medical, dental, life, long-term disability, and retirement benefits, generous leave policy, and supportive co-workers. Trustees for Alaska is an equal opportunity employer..

How to Apply
E-mail cover letter and resume to Chad Carter, Office Manager, at ccarter@trustees.org.
Full Time
Trustees for Alaska
Chad Carter
1026 W. 4th Ave. Suite 201,Anchorage,Alaska,99501
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PostedAugust 30, 2017

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