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Careers in Land Conservation
Put your skills to work saving land! Explore careers at Land Trust Alliance or pursue opportunities at land trusts across the country.
The Land Trust Alliance strengthens land conservation throughout America by connecting land trusts, leading political advocacy and providing training and resources. Our staff works out of our headquarters in Washington D.C., as well as offices throughout the country.
This job board also features listings from conservation-related nonprofits, government agencies and businesses nationwide — making it a go-to source for career opportunities in land conservation.
If you have a question about the job board, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kachemak Heritage Land Trust is seeking a contractor, under a 15-month contract position, to execute the next phase of the Kenai Mountains to Sea partnership. (posted 8/11)
The Catalina Island Conservancy seeks a new Chief Executive Officer. Reporting to the board of directors and responsible for six direct reports, the CEO implements the conservancy’s strategic vision and annual operating goals. (posted 7/23)
The Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo County's Conservation Project Manager will be responsible for land conservation project development, grant writing and project funding development, conservation easement drafting, baseline documentation reports, land stewardship / management plans, conservation easement monitoring assistance and on-going landowner and government relations. (posted 9/3)
Reporting to the Executive Officer, the Habitat Conservation Plan Specialist/Principal Program Manager’s primary responsibility is supporting the Executive Officer in the implementation of the Habitat Plan. (posted 8/17)
Pacific Forest Trust is seeking a Policy Associate to provide support to its programs developing and implementing incentives for forest conservation and sustainable management. (posted 8/25)
The Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo County is pleased to announce the opening of their seasonal (six-month, temporary) and full-time Restoration Specialist positions. (posted 9/1)
The Senior Biologist will work with program staff to develop and manage all aspects of Tejon Ranch Conservancy Science Program. (posted 8/10)
Connecticut Forest & Park (CPFA) Association is hiring a full-time Field Coordinator for our Trails Program. (posted 9/2)
The Office Administrator/Bookkeeper is a responsible for administering Connecticut Farmland Trust's (CFT) office and handling all bookkeeping duties. (posted 9/3)
District of Columbia
Help strengthen land conservation across America by joining the dedicated, dynamic government affairs team at the Land Trust Alliance! We’re looking for a full-time, unpaid Government Affairs Intern from September 14 through December 18, 2015. (posted 8/1)
Founded in 1982, the Land Trust Alliance is the national leader of 1,100 member land conservation organizations with its national office Washington, D.C. and 70 staff across the country. Its mission is to save the places people love by strengthening land conservation across America.
The Land Trust Alliance is seeking a leader with a clear passion for conservation. This individual will bring to the role demonstrated fundraising ability, intellectual breadth, convening power, and practical experience with the nonprofit, public and business sectors. (posted 8/20)
Georgia-Alabama Land Trust is seeking an Administrative Assistant/ Paralegal to assist the Protection staff, based in our Savannah, Georgia office. (posted 8/6)
The Finance Director provides financial, accounting and transactional technical expertise required for the successful operation of Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation. (posted 8/11)
The Land Protection Coordinator will primarily be responsible for working with rural landowners in developing and managing permanent land protection projects. This includes grant writing in support of conservation projects as well as easement negotiation and acquisition. (posted 8/24)
Reporting to and working with the Executive Director, The Director of Partnerships and Communications is responsible for creating and sustaining the relationships that make up the Conserve Lake County community. This individual will lead Conserve Lake County's communications, marketing and branding efforts. (posted 8/27)
The stewardship specialist oversees activities for all nature preserves and conservation easements, including restoration, monitoring and management efforts. (posted 8/10)
Downeast Salmon Federation is seeking a full-time Development Director to coordinate major gifts and strategic partnerships. The principal responsibility of the position is to provide strategic direction and leadership for development to support its conservation mission and 2015-2020 Strategic Plan. (posted 7/23)
The Membership and Community Outreach Coordinator will be responsible for developing and implementing programs and activities designed to increase, engage and retain members and enhance opportunities for community engagement with Triangle Land Conservancy's (TLC) conservation efforts. (posted 9/3)
Otsego Land Trust seeks a leader with passion for protecting land who demonstrates the ability to energetically engage the community, foster strategic partnerships, close deals and broaden support for rural conservation efforts. (posted 8/24)
The Training and Knowledge Management Director will design and deliver relevant training programs, focusing on our work in park creation, development, design, financing and management. (posted 8/13)
The Natural Areas Association seeks to strengthen and grow the organization’s education and outreach programs and is hiring a part-time Communications and Outreach Coordinator. (posted 8/13)
The Brandywine Conservancy seeks an experienced GIS professional with Bachelors degree in geography, environmental science, geology, ecology, planning or related disciplines and two-plus years of experience. (posted 7/20)
The Galveston Bay Foundation seeks a full-time Communications and Marketing Coordinator to promote awareness of and connect the organization with constituents through communications, marketing, and public and media relations. (posted 8/6)
The Conservation Project Manager will assist the Director of Land Conservation with acquisition and stewardship of conservation easements. Duties include building and maintaining relationships with rural landowners and educating them on the benefits and requirements of conservation easements. (posted 8/4)
Northern Virginia Conservation Trust, a regional land trust conserving natural areas throughout Northern Virginia on the doorstep of our nation’s capital, is seeking an experienced fund development coordinator to work part-time. (posted 8/24)
Northern Virginia Conservation Trust, a regional land trust conserving natural areas throughout Northern Virginia on the doorstep of ournation’s capital, is seeking an experienced land stewardship specialist to help manage our large portfolio of conservation easements and other stewardship initiatives. (posted 8/24)
The Community Relations Manager is responsible for developing and executing an annual community relations plan and budget to elevate Forterra's regional reputation, broaden and deepen relationships with key audiences and support Forterra's broader communications strategies and goals. (posted 8/3)
The Senior Managing Director of Communications is responsible for Forterra's communications, marketing, outreach and community relations activities to advance awareness of and support for Forterra’s work. (posted 8/6)