affiliated units, other federal and state agencies, local community representatives and other
stakeholders, which will lead to the establishment of regional and statewide strategies for outdoor
recreation. Includes, as needed:
• Take a primary role in organizing and supporting progress on SCORP regional chapters, helping
the identified regional facilitators to further develop and refine the chapters.
• Take the lead regional facilitator role in specific locations, currently including Anchorage, the
Kenai Peninsula and rural Alaska
• Continue to help organize meetings and guide discussion of the Statewide Advisory Group
(SWAG); continue with the lead role on Funding section.
• Writes and edits sections of the SCORP from input of core planning groups and the public.
• Assist the Division of Parks with the drafting of the full final SCORP.
• Conducts workshops and trainings, and organizes and facilitates meetings both in-person
and virtually for audiences with a wide range of subject knowledge and experience.
• Writes and/or coordinates the production of project reports, correspondence and briefing
materials related to significant project issues, controversies, or milestones.
[20%] Helps organize and implement the research and public engagement and review process, including
surveys, mobile data, and distribution and review of the draft SCORP
• Supports the State Division of Parks in structuring survey and data analysis methodology and
process to provide robust research data for the SCORP.
• Works with survey and mobile data analysis contract companies to develop research methods for
analyzing outdoor recreation supply and demand in Alaska.
• Works with the media and develops a network of key resource professionals, program
providers, government officials, interest groups and other stakeholders to
encourage participation in the planning process and develop support for its outcomes. [10%] Performs other tasks and duties as assigned.