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Executive Director, Tejon Ranch Conservancy
Deadline: open until filled

The Tejon Ranch Conservancy seeks a mission-focused, dedicated, and innovative leader to build on its accomplishments to date and expand its contributions to conservation, leading the Conservancy to its next level of financial, programmatic, and organizational success. Working in partnership with the Board, Tejon Ranch Company, conservation leaders, and other critical community stakeholders, the Executive Director will serve as a strategic leader in implementing the Ranch-wide Agreement and executing sustainable and forward looking conservation programs and public access activities on Tejon Ranch’s conserved lands. S/he will also interact with public agencies on important conservation programs and other critical planning activities. S/he will be a collaborative leader, an excellent manager, and an accomplished fundraiser. The ideal candidate will have a deep familiarity with land trust practices, as well as an entrepreneurial mind and the capacity to provide tangible benefits to the Conservancy. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 12/16)

Volunteer Program Manager, Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy
Deadline: January 11, 2015

The Volunteer Program Manager is a pivotal member of the PVPLC leadership team. The
successful candidate will lead the management and expansion of the volunteer program so
essential to achieving PVPLC’s overall mission. The successful candidate leads by doing. S/He will establish a hands-on presence within PVPLC’s volunteer community by participating in most initiatives. This individual will recruit and retain volunteers having the skills needed to execute planned land stewardship and outreach initiatives. Additionally, the Volunteer Program Manager plans and executes events that recognize the volunteers’ efforts and publicly confirm PVPLC’s appreciation. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 12/12)

Associate Open Space Planner, Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District
Deadline: December 22, 2014

The Associate Planner will coordinate a competitive matching grant program offered to public agencies and non-profit organizations for projects that protect urban open space with opportunities for recreation and/or restoration and enhancement of natural communities. Typical duties include: creating and overseeing matching grant program documents and processes; project evaluation, selection, management and tracking; and designing and negotiating conservation easements, matching grant agreements, and other legally binding agreements.

Associate Planners will prepare and present staff reports and PowerPoint presentations at public meetings of the Citizen's Advisory Committee, the Fiscal Oversight Commission, and the Board of Directors.

Applications are accepted online here. Paper applications may be received via the website and submitted by person to 747 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA 95401, fax 707-565-7359, or through the mail. All applications and appropriate supplemental information as outlined in the job bulletin must be received by December 22. AA/EOE. The Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District is committed to a policy and actively pursues a program of equal employment and non-discrimination. (posted 12/1)

Major Gifts Officer, The Land Institute
Deadline: open until filled

The Land Institute is a science-based organization with a mission. Through strategic application of genetics, plant breeding, and ecology, The Land Institute aims to shift agriculture to a new paradigm, one that brings more of the processes of nature’s grasslands to grain production and replaces annual grain monocultures with perennial grain polycultures. The Land Institute believes we must use nature’s ecosystems as the standard of measure if we are to build, hold, and protect productive soil, the stuff of which we are all made. In brief, we are looking for a resourceful and articulate professional able to play a central role in developing and managing our major gifts program and communicate The Land’s message of what a paradigm shift to perennial grain mixtures implies. The right individual will not only expand his or her skills in major gifts fundraising but also have the chance to grow with the organization. View the complete position description. (posted 10/30)

Land Program Coordinator, Anza-Borrego Foundation
Deadline: December 31, 2014

Anza-Borrego Foundation is seeking a talented Land Program Coordinator to provide expertise in land acquisition. This is a part-time, grant-funded position based in Borrego Springs, CA. For the right candidate, telecommuting is an option. The Land Program Coordinator reports to the Executive Director and works closely with the Vice President for Acquisitions and Land Committee.

The Land Program Coordinator initiates and negotiates the acquisition of properties through purchase and donation from willing land owners. S/he develops and maintains landowner contacts and relationships, negotiates and develops land transaction agreements, conducts real estate due diligence, coordinates approvals through the ABF Land Committee and Anza-Borrego Desert State Park personnel, coordinates with legal counsel and all parties through to closing of transactions. This is a part-time position with approximately 10-15 hours of work per week, depending on the activity and need. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 10/27)



Director of Development, Mountain Area Land Trust
Deadline: open until filled

The part-time Director of Development position requires the following:

  • Four-year related degree, 5+ years of development experience
  • Excellent communication and writing skills
  • Interest and/or experience in land conservation preferred
  • Experience with Salesforce or similar database management programs preferred
  • This position is part time 20 hours per week, year round

View the complete position description. Please send cover letter and resume by email. (posted 12/4)

Colorado State Director, The Trust for Public Land
Deadline: open until filled

The Colorado State Director is responsible for representing The Trust for Public Land and carrying out the mission of the organization in an effective, visionary and financially sound way throughout the state of Colorado. S/he reports to the West Division Director, manages and mentors the Colorado State Project and Program team and administrative staff, and works in close cooperation with the State Philanthropy Director.

Additionally s/he is responsible for oversight of state and local government relations; public finance strategies and implementation; acquisition of real estate for conservation purposes and conveyance to public agencies or other nonprofit organizations; and park design, development, restoration and construction activities.

The Colorado State Director should be particularly skilled at developing and maintaining relationships for the benefit of the organization with state leaders in the following sectors: philanthropic institutions and individuals; government; land and resource-related businesses; environmental/conservation communities and the media. The State Director has the primary responsibility within Colorado for the coordination of marketing The Trust for Public Land and prospecting for new programmatic investments and philanthropic opportunities. View the complete position description. (posted 11/7)



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Major Gifts Manager, The Conservation Fund
Deadline: open until filled

Seeking a Major Gifts Manager in Florida to provide fundraising support and execute fundraising strategies. Use experience and knowledge to build consensus and align fundraising initiatives. Requires creation, management and implementation of donor strategies for a large portfolio of major donors and supporting a portfolio of major donors managed by field staff.

The qualified candidate will have excellent communication skills and the ability to work with all types of people. A bachelor’s degree in a related field is preferred. A minimum of 3-5 years experience working with donors giving $10,000 or more is required. Must be able to work long hours and/or weekends from time-to-time. Overnight travel is required.

For additional information, visit our website. We offer a great benefits package including, medical/dental insurance, 403(b), educational assistance and vacation/sick leave. Qualified/interested candidates should send their resume and cover letter with salary requirements by email or fax to (703) 525-4610. EOE. (posted 11/3)


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Development Manager, Wood River Land Trust
Deadline: December, 19, 2014

The Wood River Land Trust is seeking a fulltime Development Manager to work in the beautiful Sun Valley, Idaho resort area. Some responsibilities will include: Budgeting and budget management, Public relations, grant coordination, major gift coordination, foundation tracking, donor acquisition, prospect research, income giving reports. Requirements include:

  1. Bachelor’s degree preferred.
  2. Strong interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.
  3. Organized, detail-oriented, able to set priorities, manage time as well as multiple projects and deadlines.
  4. Computer skills including Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, experience in utilizing the internet in a PC environment required. Experience with donor database software preferred.
  5. Nonprofit experience in the area of Development.
  6. Commitment to conservation and the mission and work of the WRLT.

Please send cover letter and resume to Trey Spaulding by email or Wood River Land Trust, 119 E. Bullion St., Hailey, ID 83333. Salary DOE, Excellent benefits include medical, dental, 401K, flex scheduling, generous vacation/holiday/sick time. (posted 12/12)

Conservation Manager, The Nature Conservancy, Idaho Chapter
Deadline: December 19, 2014, 11:59 p.m. Eastern

The Conservation Manager provides strategic vision and leadership for the Conservancy’s conservation programs primarily in central Idaho and similar conservation initiatives as may become priorities. S/he establishes priority landscape-scale land and water conservation goals in the central Idaho region, with a special emphasis on the Upper Salmon and the Southern Pioneers.  The Conservation Manager develops strategies and uses the full range of conservation tools to achieve priority goals, including strategic partnerships, land acquisitions, community collaboratives and land stewardship projects. S/he will develop strong working relationships with private landowners, business and community leaders, elected officials, community organizations, land trusts and public agencies to implement and finance these efforts. The Conservation Manager leads and is a team member of project teams empowered to achieve conservation initiatives throughout Idaho.  S/he works with staff, trustees, and partners to generate financial support for the Conservancy’s programs. View the complete position description and application instructions (search job ID 42597). (posted 12/9)


Outreach and Education Coordinator, Jo Daviess Conservation Foundation
Deadline: open until filled

The Outreach and Education Coordinator conducts community outreach and educational programs through planned events, public presentations, outdoor education programs and recreational tours. The position is responsible for working with local educational volunteers to package educational programs, schedule events and outreach venues, and develop the curriculum content of JDCF public presentations. The Coordinator has a leadership role in coordinating the Youth and Family Education Committee and will assist with the Conservation Outreach Committee (adult education and conservation programs). The Coordinator will sometimes need to work evenings/weekends as needed to meet the needs of the organization. View the complete position description. (posted 11/18)



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Property Stewardship Specialist, Bur Oak Land Trust
Deadline: December 20, 2014

Bur Oak Land Trust is seeking applicants for our Property Stewardship Specialist (PSS) position. This is a position with great potential for professional growth in a range of conservation management activities. The Property Stewardship Specialist is responsible for implementation of management plans for Trust-owned properties involving a diversity of natural resource types including: native prairie, prairie reconstruction, oak savanna, woodland, wetland, and trails. The PSS also monitors current conservation easements and collect baseline documentation for potential and ongoing easement and land acquisition projects. Under the direction of the Executive Director, this person works as a team member with Trust staff. The PSS also coordinates with property managers, volunteers, and agency partners to accomplish Bur Oak Land Trust goals. All duties are carried out to further the organization’s mission to protect and conserve the natural areas of Johnson and surrounding counties for future generations with a positive, courteous, professional manner. Send resume and cover letter by email. (posted 12/9)


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Land Protection Specialist, Westport Land Conservation Trust
Deadline: open until filled, first round due January 9, 2015

The Westport Land Conservation Trust (WLCT) is seeking a Land Protection Specialist to continue the pace of land protection in Westport. The successful candidate will be an employee of WLCT and report to WLCT’s Executive Director. They will work closely with WLCT’s Land Preservation Committee and will consult with the Associate Director for Conservation of The Trustees on land conservation projects. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 12/9)

Seasonal Botany and Ecology Field Research Assistant, Nantucket Conservation Foundation
Deadline: January 16, 2015

The Nantucket Conservation Foundation, Science and Stewardship Department seeks two motivated, self-reliant field assistants with strong botany skills. Field-based position that includes rare species identification, monitoring vegetation communities and wildlife monitoring. Field assistants will gain experience in rare species conservation, land management-based research and applied ecological monitoring.

Required Qualifications: B.S. or B.A. in Ecology, Botany, Environmental Science, or a related biological/ecological field. One season of field work is required. Strong plant identification skills are required. Experience in plant community monitoring techniques and ecological field data collection. Strong observational, critical thinking and organizational skills are essential. Individuals must be able to work both independently and as a member of a team. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 12/9)


Executive Director, Walloon Lake Trust and Conservancy
Deadline: January 15, 2015

The Walloon Lake Association and the Walloon Lake Trust and Conservancy seek an Executive Director who is a mission-focused, innovative leader to oversee the operational responsibilities of the 900+ member Association and the Conservancy. The candidate must possess:

  • Leadership and communication skills to work with both Boards, direct staff and implement strategic planning
  • Skills to establish relationships with governmental organizations and the community
  • Vision to pursue the mission of the Association and Conservancy to protect and preserve Walloon Lake, the 41 preserves and 770 privately owned acres with conservations easements

The candidate must have experience: fundraising, executing vision and strategy, managing finances  and marketing skills. View the complete position description.

Send resumes to Walloon Lake Association and Walloon Lake Trust and Conservancy
PO Box 621, Petoskey, Michigan 49770 by email. (posted 12/1)

Farm Programs Manager, The Leelanau Conservancy
Deadline: December 17, 2014

Founded in 1988, the Leelanau Conservancy (Michigan) is a land trust leader in the U.S. Since establishing farm conservation as a priority in 2008, we’ve protected 5,000 acres of family farms. The position is responsible for implementing all phases of the Conservancy’s farm programs, with an emphasis on permanent easement transactions. Qualifications:

  • A positive attitude and a strong team player
  • Bachelor’s degree in related field (advanced degree preferred)
  • 2 years experience in conservation transactions (ag conservation preferred)
  • Strong interest in farmland protection and related policy matters
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Experience accessing public funding through federal, state and local matching programs
  • Background in farming or experience working with farmers preferred
  • Experience in GIS software/systems preferred
  • Conservation easement monitoring experience preferred

Please send your resume, three references, cover letter, salary requirements and one writing sample by email. (posted 11/25)

Community Outreach Coordinator, Six Rivers Land Conservancy
Deadline: open until filled

Part-time, hourly position to design and implement landowner and community outreach activities within targeted areas within the Huron River Watershed. This project is jointly funded/supporting the missions of Legacy Land Conservancy and Six Rivers Land Conservancy. Tasks will be coordinated between organizations, supporting individual organizational identities and shared objectives. Duties include develop outreach materials, information and ongoing communications through various media for priority landowners in targeted areas; distribute communications and orchestrate educational events and landowner meetings; develop and implement corresponding community engagement program; establish and maintain one-on-one communications with priority landowners, moving them through an interest in conservation to final land protection; support Land Protection staff in developing and fulfilling specific land protection strategies for individual targeted parcels; assist with developing grant proposals to support land protection projects.
View the complete description, requirements and instructions here. (posted 11/6)


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Program Specialist, Gallatin Valley Land Trust
Deadline: January 9, 2015
The Gallatin Valley Land Trust connects people, communities, and open lands through conservation of working farms and ranches, healthy rivers, and wildlife habitat, and the creation of trails in the Montana headwaters of the Missouri and Upper Yellowstone Rivers. The Program Specialist provides critical support to our Land Conservation and Community Trails Programs and is responsible for the development and execution of stewardship projects, trail maintenance, and trail construction through work with volunteers, partner organizations, private landowners, and contractors. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 12/4)



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New Hampshire

Development Director, Lakes Region Conservation Trust
Deadline: January 16, 2015

The Development Director of the Lakes Region Conservation Trust (LRCT) is responsible for the organization and implementation of the LRCT’s annual, capital, and endowment fund development efforts. The Development Director works under the direction and supervision of the President and with members of the Board of Trustees, staff members, and volunteers. Duties include organization and execution of fund development activities, supervision of the management of fund development data, supervision of staff and volunteers involved in fund development activities, and contact with donors. This is a full-time position and requires an individual who is committed to the mission of the LRCT, is oriented to the best practices of the non-profit sector, and enjoys motivating people and achieving defined goals. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 12/12)

New Jersey

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Hunterdon Land Trust
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Position Description
The Administrator reports directly to the Executive Director and plays a critical role in supporting staff and general office management for the organization. The part time position is expected to be approximately 20-24 hours/week. Responsibilities include general office management and administration, staff support, and management of technical resources. Previous experience with a board of trustees and volunteer coordination is preferred. Required skills include the Office Suite, and experience with Donor Perfect Database is very desirable. Please submit resume and cover letter to Complete job description can be found at

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New Mexico

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New York

Stewardship Director, Genesee Land Trust
Deadline: open until filled

Genesee Land Trust, an accredited land trust, seeks a full-time Stewardship Director responsible for the management and stewardship of Genesee Land Trust’s protected lands including 12 preserves and 20 conservation easements (4,000 acres) and provide technical support for land acquisition projects. Responsibilities include: coordinate and supervise volunteers and contractors; monitor conservation easements; maintain relationships with landowners; manage stewardship database and records; develop and implement land management plans. Requirements: bachelor’s degree in natural resources or related field; two or more years of relevant work experience; ability to work independently and as part of a team; strong communication, organizational and computer skills; reliable transportation, willingness to work flexible hours across the greater Rochester area (a two-county region.) View the complete position description. To apply send resume, three references and cover letter to Ms. Gay Mills by email. (posted 12/12)

Senior Research and Communications Associate, Open Space Institute, Inc.
Deadline: January 9, 2015

The Senior Research Communications Associate will support the Director of Research and the Conservation Capital Program to advance the practical application of science to accelerate conservation. The Senior Associate will provide research assistance, distill lessons and translate science into white papers, guidance documents, case studies and fact sheets for land conservation audiences. The Senior Associate will work closely with OSI’s Field Coordinators and External Affairs Program to ensure that CCP remains coordinated with OSI’s external communications and will serve as CCP lead in development of content for press releases, annual reports, newsletters, web blasts and in updating content for the CCP website. The Senior Associate should have significant experience with communication of science and technical material. Knowledge of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is a strong plus. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 12/1)

Paralegal, Open Space Institute, Inc.
Deadline: December 31, 2014

The Open Space Institute (OSI) Legal Department (three lawyers and a paralegal) handles all of the legal work of OSI, including the acquisition of conservation lands and conservation easements; the disposition of lands that have been acquired by OSI; conservation loans and other conservation transactions; servicing OSI’s existing portfolio of land and conservation easements; resolving disputes and violations of conservation easements; preparing grant agreements and undertaking due diligence for each of the grants; and associated work involved with the acquisition, holding, maintenance and disposition of a large portfolio of land and conservation easements, leasing, contracts and corporate governance matters.

The second Paralegal will work closely with all members of the Legal Department as well as other staff members in the Conservation Capital Department, Stewardship Department and other OSI departments. The Paralegal will also work to ensure the smooth operating of the Legal Department on a day-to-day basis. View the complete position description. (posted 11/18)


North Carolina

Conservation and Stewardship Associate, Triangle Land Conservancy
Deadline: open until filled

Under the supervision of the Associate Manager of Stewardship, the Conservation and Stewardship Associate is primarily responsible for managing the monitoring and stewardship of land under conservation easement to Triangle Land Conservancy (TLC) including maintaining strong communication with private landowners of eased properties to facilitate engagement and further stewardship. The Associate will also work on a variety of tasks to support the Conservation and Stewardship team and will have the opportunity to research and explore new initiatives for TLC, and work closely with the entire Conservation and Stewardship team to attain strategic goals. View the complete position and application instructions. (posted 12/17)


North Dakota

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Executive Director, Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm, National Audubon Society
Deadline: open until filled

Dually reporting to the Friends of Aullwood Board of Directors and the Vice President of the Mississippi Flyway, the Executive Director for Aullwood will have four core functions: manage all Aullwood operations for the nature center and farm, develop and implement best practices in land management and sustainable agriculture through education and citizen science research, play a significant and proactive role in fundraising for Aullwood’s facilities and operations; and participate as an active member of the Mississippi Flyway.

S/he will be responsible for developing Aullwood’s strategic direction in concert with local partners, and aligning with National Audubon’s strategic plan. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 11/24)



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Rhode Island

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South Carolina

Executive Director, Lowcountry Open Land Trust
Deadline: open until filled

Reporting to a highly participatory board of directors, the executive director is responsible for implementing the Trust’s strategic direction and providing overall leadership to the organization. S/he serves as the public face of the organization and works with local partners to collaboratively advance the mission. The executive director leads all external engagement activities, including fundraising, community conservation, public policy development, and collaborative conservation initiatives.

The executive director is responsible for coordinating with the existing leadership to shape the future direction of the organization and its programs. S/he works closely with the board of directors to ensure Lowcountry Open Land Trust’s financial integrity, and directly supervises the organization’s senior staff.

The core value of the trust is actually the word, “trust.” Maintaining the trust of the community, our partners, our landowners, and our own “family” is paramount and defines the leadership role of this position. The Trust’s operating philosophy is based on relationships — since everything the Trust does is relationship-based, the executive director is the primary cultivator and nurturer of the myriad relationships within and outside the organization.  Learn more about Lowcountry Open Land Trust. View the complete position and application instructions. (posted 12/17/14)


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    Director of Land Protection, Ducks Unlimited, Inc.
    Deadline: December 31, 2014 or open until filled

    Based out of Ducks Unlimited's (DU) National Headquarters in Memphis, Tennessee, the primary function of the position is to guide, draft, and negotiate easement and fee-title transactions for the organization's nationwide land protection efforts. DU is an accredited land trust that stewards 500 conservation easements and a fee-title portfolio of 23,000 acres. DU's land protection team conserves wetland habitats across a diverse array of landscapes from native prairie ecosystems in the Dakotas to bottomland hardwood forests in the Mississippi Delta to aquatic systems along the coasts.

    This position has two dedicated support staff and reports to the Director of Conservation Programs. The national land protection team works closely with the Chief Conservation Officer, Chief Financial Officer, General Counsel, and field personnel group to deliver DU's land protection priorities. See the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 11/20)



    Habitat Restoration Coordinator, Galveston Bay Foundation
    Deadline: January 12, 2015

    The Galveston Bay Foundation (GBF) seeks a Habitat Restoration Coordinator to work as a full-time member of our conservation team. Duties include serving as project manager for select habitat restoration projects, overseeing oyster shell recycling and oyster gardening programs, coordinating site logistics for community-based habitat restoration/enhancement events, creating technical documents such as permit applications and project monitoring plans, and participating in and/or leading field and outreach activities. Qualifications include a Bachelor's degree in a field of study such as marine biology, marine science, environmental science, or related (required); a minimum of two years professional experience (preferred); previous experience with field work, operating and driving boats, towing trailers, working through agency permitting processes, writing and reviewing technical documents, and utilizing GIS software (a plus); and a passion for habitat conservation and restoration. View the complete position description. Apply by email. (posted 12/12)



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    Director of Development, New River Land Trust
    Deadline: December 19, 2014

    The New River Land Trust (NRLT) is a nonprofit organization seeking an organized, self-motivated individual and/or entity to serve as Director of Development. This position is responsible for the land trust’s fundraising, membership and donor development, as well as all communications regarding development. Fundraising responsibilities include memberships, major donors, corporate sponsorships and other programs that generate the funds for annual operations as well as long-term growth and sustainability. All applicants must be able to cultivate and build relationships with current and potential NRLT supporters. While this position reports to the NRLT Executive Director, the individual or entity will work closely with all NRLT staff, Board members, Development Committee, special event committees and volunteers. Apply by email. (posted 11/18)



    Executive Director, Okanogan Land Trust
    Deadline: open until filled

    Do you enjoy rural living, wild places, family farms, challenging politics, and big conservation opportunities? The Okanogan Land Trust is inviting applications for the position of Executive Director. View the complete position description. (posted 10/30)


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    Outreach Assistant, Bayfield Regional Conservancy
    Deadline: January 5, 2015

    Bayfield Regional Conservancy (BRC) is hiring a full-time Outreach Assistant to support the Lake Superior Landscape Restoration Partnership. Responsibilities will include developing & implementing marketing materials; replying to landowner inquiries; organizing meetings of larger outreach committee; database management; and accounting support. Position will report to BRC's Conservation Director. Job is located in Bayfield, Wisconsin. Applications are due by January 5, 2015. Position to begin in early February. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 12/9)



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