Hooheh Reforestation & Cultural Burn Program

Positions Available

The purpose of this program is to restore and promote cultural connections of the Waccamaw Siouan people to Hooheh  (longleaf pine) and Yau (fire) and to restore and enhance longleaf pine forests in the community. This multi-faceted  program will require Community Engagement, planning, and ability to adapt current systems to meet the needs of  Indigenous Communities, while simultaneously building relationships with the established Longleaf Pine Community and  encouraging opportunities for the Waccamaw Siouan Tribe to participate in decision making, economic development and  Co-Management of ancestral land.  

All positions close on June 7, 2024. 

All positions are virtual(work-from-home), with attendance in person required for training and outreach events. 

Hooheh Program Manager-Job Description.pdf

Hooheh Program Manager Position

Cultural and Perscribed Burn Coordinator - Job Description.pdf

Cultural and Prescribed Burn Coordinator Position

Education Coordinator-Job Description.pdf

Education Coordinator

Marketing and Communications Coordinator Job Description.pdf

Marketing & Communications Coordinator

Advanced Prescribed Burn Crew & Community Liaison - Job Description.pdf

Advanced Prescribed Burn Crew & Community Liaison x4

“This project was made possible through support provided by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and The Nature Conservancy,  under the terms of Grant Agreement # 1903.23.078663. The content and opinions expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the position or the policy of such  agency or The Nature Conservancy, and no official endorsement should be inferred.”