The Save Our Seabirds campus

The Save Our Seabirds campus

Save Our Seabirds (SOS) recently launched a search for a new chief executive officer after current CEO David Pilston announced his retirement. Talent acquisition company MBJ Group is spearheading the organization’s nationwide search for a new CEO to help SOS fulfill its mission to rescue, rehabilitate and release seabirds, and to educate people of all ages on environmental issues. SOS receives calls to rescue approximately 5,000 birds every year and is home to many permanent avian residents and birds in rehab. Pilston has served as CEO since 2012.

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