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Conservation Intern, Southeast Alaska Land Trust
Deadline: April 1, 2015

The Southeast Alaska Land Trust (SEAL Trust), an accredited land trust, is seeking a Conservation Intern for the Summer of 2015. This internship will provide practical, hands-on experience with a non-profit conservation organization engaged in local and regional land conservation and stewardship activities. The internship will provide the opportunity for direct field experience monitoring conservation easements, assisting with baseline documentation reports, assisting with land acquisition projects, and engaging in community outreach. View the complete position and application instructions. (posted 2/12)


Monitoring Manager, Georgia Land Trust
Deadline: April 5,2015 by 5:00 p.m. Central

The Georgia -Alabama Land Trust, Inc. is seeking qualified applicants for the stewardship Monitoring Manager position. The Monitoring Manager is a full-time, professional position based in a home office or in the Land Trust’s Piedmont, Alabama office with routine travel throughout the coverage area. The Monitoring Manager position provides a competitive salary, plus benefits and is supervised by the Stewardship Director. The Monitoring Manager supervises the Land Steward, in addition to consulting Contractual Land Stewards involved with implementing the annual monitoring for protected lands. The Monitoring Manager’s primary responsibility is to prepare the annual monitoring plan and make assignments to stewardship staff for implementing the monitoring of protected lands. The Land Trust has protected over 250,000 acres. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 3/26)



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Communications Coordinator, Sonoma Land Trust
Deadline: April 3, 2015

Sonoma Land Trust seeks a tech savvy junior PR pro with excellent writing skills. Under the direction of the Communications Director, this position will have a hand in building the organization’s online presence, publication production, media relations and community outreach. The candidate will work with staff, contractors, vendors, volunteers, board members, partners, members of the media and the general public to achieve brand and style consistency, promotion of a positive image, message coordination and the highest standards of external communications. She or he should possess the ability to work independently as well as collaboratively, and to provide excellent customer service. Critical skills include proficiency with social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Linked In and YouTube, as well as the suite of Microsoft products. Preferred skills include Photoshop, InDesign (or similar program), donor database systems, HTML, Google AdWords, web analytics and website content management systems. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 3/25)

Development and Outreach Manager, Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo County
Deadline: May 1, 2015

The Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo County is pleased to announce a job opening for the position of Development & Outreach Manager. The Development & Outreach Manager oversees the planning and execution of the fundraising and community development related activities of The Land Conservancy. The Development & Outreach Manager responsibilities are to: (1) Maintain ongoing private donor funding and annual membership while developing new sources of funding; (2) Strengthen and nurture the donor base; (3) Maintain orderly fundraising records and related policies; (4) Promote positive community partnerships and media coverage; (5) Manage events, volunteers and community outreach activities; (6) Work with staff, Executive Director and Board Trustees on fundraising campaigns, training and program initiatives; and (7) Champion The Land Conservancy’s mission of protecting and restoring local lands. The Development and Outreach Manager will report directly to the Executive Director, and works closely with the Marketing and Design Manager and the Major Gifts Officer. This position is full time, 5 days per week, 32 to 36 hours per week. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 3/23)

Grants Officer, Peninsula Open Space Trust
Deadline: April 15, 2015

The Grants Officer plans and implements programs to raise funds from foundation, corporate and government sources as part of POST’s mission to protect and care for open  space, farms and parkland in and around Silicon Valley. This position has responsibility  for the solicitation, stewardship, and tracking of these sources of support.

This position works with the Vice President for Advancement to raise approximately $2  million to $10 million per year from private foundation and corporate funding sources  and with the VP Land Transactions (and other land team members) to secure public  funding for land projects.

Applicants should have three to five years of grant writing experience and fulfill other requirements fully described in our job posting. View the complete position and application instructions. (posted 3/13)

Senior Conservation Project Manager, Pacific Forest Trust
Deadline: open until filled

Pacific Forest Trust (PFT) has a rare opening for a seasoned professional to join our exemplary working forest conservation and stewardship team. PFT holds 26 conservation easements protecting over 80,000 acres and many significant projects in the pipeline. We have pioneered and advanced the quality of working forest conservation in California, Oregon and across the nation through creative partnerships with landowners, public agencies and communities.

We seek a successful, detail-oriented manager and skilled negotiator with a proven track record of high quality conservation projects who knows how to develop, appraise and fund projects. The right candidate understands natural forest landscapes, but also sees the importance of balancing “working” and “wild." She/he is nimble, resourceful, forest-management savvy; works well with landowners, key funders, and agency stakeholders; and knows what it takes to manage complex projects from start to finish. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 3/6)

Land Steward, Big Sur Land Trust
Deadline: March 31, 2015

The Big Sur Land Trust is hiring a Land Steward that supports the stewardship of conservation properties throughout the Land Trust’s region. The Trust has conserved over 38,000 acres in Monterey County since 1978, with 12,000 of these acres cared for by the Land Stewardship program. The position is part of a four member stewardship team and is primarily responsible for supporting the implementation of site management plans through maintenance and restoration activities. Coordinating the use of volunteers to accomplish land management tasks will be a key component of the job. This full-time hourly position with benefits is based in the Land Trust’s Monterey, CA office with frequent travel throughout the County to complete site work. A significant portion of this position’s work duties are field oriented and are often labor intensive requiring a strong ability to work safely and independently in remote areas. This position requires someone who is devoted to working on a wide range of conservation properties affecting meaningful change on the ground and working with a wide variety of people to achieve these goals.

To apply submit the following documents no later than 5:00 PM March 31, 2015 (in PDF format if emailed): cover letter, resume, references (including phone number and contact instructions) and salary requirements. Applications should be submitted to Jeff Powers, Director of Land Stewardship, Big Sur Land Trust, P.O. Box 4071, Monterey, CA 93942 or by email. View the complete position description. (posted 2/27)

Executive Director, Sanctuary Forest, Inc.
Deadline: April 25, 2015

Sanctuary Forest, a land trust based in Whitethorn,California seeks applicants for the position of Executive Director (32 hrs/week). View the complete position and application instructions. (posted 2/27)

Development Director, Coastside Land Trust
Deadline: open until filled

The Coastside Land Trust (CLT) is seeking a part-time Development Director for its Half Moon Bay, California, office. The Development Director reports to the Executive Director, and works closely with the CLT Development Committee to implement of all aspects of the Coastside Land Trust’s fundraising efforts, including, but not limited to securing individual, corporate and foundation support for the CLT’s ongoing operations and capital projects. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 2/25)

Donor Database and Research Manager, Sonoma Land Trust
Deadline: open until filled

Sonoma Land Trust, an accredited land trust with 21 staff, seeks a donor database and research manager to join a five-member Development team. Duties include managing and maintaining a donor database, creating mailing lists and reports, performing financial reconciliation, and researching donor prospects. The applicant should be detail-oriented, have excellent writing and proofreading skills, strong organizational and analytical skills, and be an advanced-level user of donor database software (preferably web-based Blackbaud products) plus Word, Excel and Outlook. They should possess the ability to use good judgment, set priorities, work independently with competing deadlines, use a pleasant and professional demeanor, and have the ability to work both independently and as part of a team. Full time or 32-hour position with competitive salary and benefits. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 2/9)

California State Director, Western Rivers Conservancy
Deadline: open until filled

Western Rivers Conservancy (WRC) protects outstanding river ecosystems in the western United States through land acquisition. We acquire land along river corridors to conserve critical habitat and provide public access for compatible use and enjoyment.  The California State Director will enhance WRC's presence in California by managing a land acquisition portfolio and by building relationships with external partners, including public agencies, foundations, conservation groups and other stakeholders. The successful candidate will have at least ten years’ experience in conservation real estate and/or land transactions, proven negotiation and deal sourcing skills, and a demonstrated ability to attract support and develop strategic partnerships. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 1/28)

Lands Conservation Program Manager, Eastern Sierra Land Trust
Deadline: open until filled

The Lands Conservation Program Manager (LCPM) identifies opportunities to protect land in the Eastern Sierra region and executes land transactions to bring those opportunities to fruition. He or she works closely with private or public landowners and in close collaboration with State and Federal agencies and land conservation entities to accomplish these projects. The Lands Conservation Program Manager manages fee title and conservation easement projects and secures necessary funding. The LCPM also implements ESLT’s Stewardship Program.

The LCPM will be responsible for maintaining ESLT’s accredited status as it relates to land protection and stewardship. She or he will be expected to attend ESLT Board meetings, regional meetings, Lands Committee meetings, and various trainings. ESLT staff operates as a team and the LCPM will be expected to perform other duties as requested. This position is full-time and exempt, is supervised by the Executive Director (ED), and works closely with ESLT’s Lands Committee. View the complete position description. Please direct cover letter and resume to: Kay Ogden, executive director, by email. (posted 1/28)



Development Associate, Colorado Open Lands
Deadline: April 30, 2015

If you love Colorado – its majestic landscapes, delicious local food, critical headwaters, abundant wildlife, and iconic western heritage – join Colorado Open Lands as we work towards our mission of protecting these Colorado treasures. Colorado Open Lands is searching for a Development Associate who will work with the CEO, Director of Development, and Director of Communications to deliver the financial resources needed to accomplish our organization’s bold conservation goals.

Colorado Open Lands’ Development Program supports a diverse array of fundraising strategies including events, appeal campaigns, major gifts, giving societies, foundations, planned giving, and workplace giving. We are looking for a candidate that will complement and strengthen our team. The Associate will primarily be responsible for database management, donor communications and research, event management, foundation support, and workplace giving. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 3/25)

Development Director, Palmer Land Trust
Deadline: open until filled

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Development Director manages all aspects of Palmer Land Trust's (PLT) development program. Responsible for building, engaging, and retaining a growing individual donor base that provides annual support to advance the organization’s work and builds public will for land/water conservation. Exceptional planning, organizational, and management skills required. Technical skills include ability to manage a robust constituent database; track, analyze, and plan around various giving trends; and chart courses for the organization based on those trends and the candidate’s general knowledge of member/donor development. Strong writing skills required in order to develop high-quality print and electronic publications, annual reports, appeals, and web and social media content. Lead a comprehensive development program, develop and implement plans, and make quick, on-the-ground adjustments to capitalize on unique opportunities as circumstances warrant. Secure gifts from individuals and businesses through direct, in-person solicitations. Strong interpersonal and public speaking skills required. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 3/6)

Director of Open Space and Mountain Parks, City of Boulder, Colorado
Deadline: April 10, 2015

The ideal candidate is an experienced manager/administrator who is practiced in land management and natural resource protection with the proven ability to interface with a passionate/invested group of stakeholders. Candidates with the demonstrated ability to inspire and motivate while appropriately delegating, mentoring and developing staff will be favorably considered. A minimum of eight (8) years of experience/thorough knowledge in real estate services, public land use, non-governmental organization land management, or public planning, including demonstrated supervisory, organization, and communication skills, and a Bachelor’s degree are required; advanced degree desired. Salary: $109,000- $150,000. Learn more on the City of Boulder website.

To be considered for this exceptional career opportunity, submit résumé, cover letter, current salary and six work-related references to: Stuart Satow, CPS HR CONSULTING, 241 Lathrop Way, Sacramento, CA 95815 via email or fax to (916) 561-7205, Phone: (916) 263-1401. (posted 3/5)

Development Director, Access Fund
Deadline: open until filled

The Development Director (DD) is a senior level position working closely with the Executive Director and the Board of Directors to develop and implement a comprehensive fundraising strategy to expand philanthropic support for the Access Fund. The DD oversees and executes an effective annual fundraising plan that secures contributions from individuals, corporations, foundations, and special events. Applicant must be a demonstrated fundraising professional with five or more years of experience in nonprofit development, institutional advancement or political fundraising, preferably at a senior level and have a track record of fundraising accomplishment with a portfolio that includes successful fundraising projects and campaigns of $1 million or more annually. Applicant must also be an active climber. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 2/9)



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Secretary of Land and Recreation, Department of Environmental Protection
Deadline: open until filled

The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is seeking candidates for the critical role of Deputy Secretary of Land and Recreation. The successful candidate will:

  • Manage all aspects of state land ownership including use, stewardship, survey and  mapping and appraisal;
  • Increase responsible utilization of natural resources to obtain resource management self-sufficiency;
  • Focus on land acquisition for watershed improvement;
  • Maximize public access and recreational uses on conservation lands;
  • Manage the oversight of the state park system;
  • Plan the strategic direction of business activities and “best practices” processes for DEP;
  • Provide well-balanced management skills with the ability to work with all levels of the organization;
  • Have an understanding of the Florida political environment as well as have a comfort level in communicating in a public setting.

View the complete position description. Apply by email. (posted 3/12)


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Development & Project Assistant, Wood River Land Trust
Deadline: March 30, 2015

The Development & Project Assistant is responsible for the following:

  • Credit card donation processing
  • Database Entries
  • Research and enter updates such as deaths, marriages, divorces, etc.
  • Zoner photo database: name and organize photo files. Prioritize new photos as they arrive, and past photos.
  • Organize and check hard copy files
  • Follow procedures and donation entry instructions.
  • Community calendar: Document and list all community events.
  • Track all “friends” of the organization in the database: BMTS donors, program and workshop participants, HOV, volunteers.
  • Assist Development Coordinator and Development Manager with Events
  • Maintain the PR log; document previous years
  • Assist with general office donor privacy duties for the development department including: recycling, shredding paper, ordering envelopes, toner; getting general office supplies, etc.
  • Assist in all mailings of the organization.
  • Provide administrative support to the Development Manager and Coordinator, including prospect research, donor stewardship, recording donor visit information and overall organization of the development/marketing department.
  • Other duties as requested by the Executive Director, Development Manager and Development Coordinator.

Conservation and project responsibilities include:

  • Assist the Trout Friendly Program with individual member outreach, coordinating workshops, and general project administration.
  • Coordinate annual Water Seminar (or other seminar topics of relevance) with partners.
  • Assist with and coordinate workdays and stewardship events as directed by supervisors.
  • Student Conservation Council administration assistance.
  • Staff the WRLT front desk; answer phone calls, greet visitors and answer general questions.
  • Assist with other educational and project programs as requested by the Executive Director, Stewardship Coordinator and Project Coordinator.

To apply send resume and cover letter via email. (posted 3/25)

Development Director, Teton Regional Land Trust
Deadline: April 8, 2015

Teton Regional Land Trust (TRLT) is seeking qualified applicants for the Development Director position. This is a full-time, professional position with competitive salary and benefits, located in Driggs, Idaho. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Development Director manages TRLT’s development program with the support of the Communications and Operations Managers. Responsibilities include: overseeing fundraising program development; soliciting major gifts and coordinating Conservators’ Circle; cultivating and developing donor relationships; growing planned giving program; overseeing grant program; and coordinating capital campaign(s). View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 3/18)



Executive Director, Conserve Lake County
Deadline: March 31, 2015

Conserve Lake County is seeking an individual with strong leadership and management skills who will lead a dedicated staff, in partnership with the governing board, in the implementation of the mission of Conserve Lake County. The Executive Director will direct and lead the staff in planning and implementing programs, fundraising, marketing, and financial management. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 2/23)



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Railsback Fellow, Damariscotta Lake Watershed Association
Deadline: April 9, 2015

The Railsback Fellow position was designed to offer a diverse array of professional experiences within the field of land and water conservation to one promising young professional annually. The fellow’s primary role will be to assist the Program Director with current programs, as well as taking responsibility to expand select programs where the candidate is given opportunities for individual development.

This position is 40 hours/week for 12 weeks from June 1 to August 21. Compensation includes a stipend of $12/hour. This position does not include housing or transportation, however, work-related mileage is reimbursed. Limited weekend and/or evening work may be required. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 3/24)

Outreach Coordinator, Maine Coast Heritage Trust
Deadline: April 2, 2015

Maine Coast Heritage Trust a statewide land conservation organization seeks an Outreach Coordinator to manage membership trips, assist with fundraising initiatives and help steward donors. This is a full-time position and will work under the general supervision of the Membership Manager. Qualified individuals should send a cover letter and resume to: Outreach Coordinator Search Committee, Maine Coast Heritage Trust, 1 Bowdoin Mill Island, Suite 201, Topsham, ME 04086 or by email no later than April 2, 2015, (please indicate Outreach Coordinator on your electronic application). View the complete position description. (posted 3/23)



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Stewardship Program Manager, Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust
Deadline: open until filled

Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust, and Accredited Land Trust in Athol MA, seeks a land management professional to manage its Stewardship Program. S/he is responsible for monitoring and enforcing conservation restrictions on 6,250 acres of private land, and management of 1,400 acres owned by Mount Grace. S/he works cooperatively with the land protection staff on new conservation projects, and supervises one MassLIFT AmeriCorps Land Stewardship Coordinator. With the goal of building public support s/he builds and supports a volunteer land steward program, and collaborates with the Community Engagement Program on volunteer stewardship projects and community engagement/education events. The Stewardship Program Manager reports to the Deputy Director. Send cover letter and resume as a PDF attachment by email. Please tell us about your personal land ethic, demonstrated ability to work with volunteers and technical skills that make you qualified for this position. (posted 3/6)



Director of Charitable Giving, Leelanau Conservancy
Deadline: April 13, 2015

The Leelanau Conservancy, one of the nation’s top land trusts, is seeking an organized, self-motivated individual to serve as Director of Charitable Giving. Working closely with the Executive Director, Fund Development Committee of the Board and fundraising staff, the Director of Charitable Giving is responsible for the design and implementation of all fundraising programs of the Leelanau Conservancy: annual giving, major gifts, planned giving, future capital campaigns, and land acquisition mini-campaigns. The Director of Charitable Giving will demonstrate outstanding verbal and writing skills, a high level of organization, ability to manage staff and develop strong working relationships with donors, foundations, and Board members. Strong computer skills, familiarity with fundraising databases and a willingness to travel are required. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 3/13)



Director of Land Protection, Minnesota Land Trust
Deadline: April 24, 2015

This is your opportunity to work in the land of 10,000 lakes...the state that values conservation so much that our citizens voted to tax themselves to support even more investment in our prairies, lakes, forests and trails.

At our statewide accredited land trust, you will be responsible for overseeing all of the organization’s conservation real estate projects throughout the state, with a particular emphasis on implementing conservation easement programs. You will provide leadership and management for Minnesota Land Trust’s land protection team to ensure that all strategic goals are met. You will work collaboratively with national, regional, and local organizations to implement best practices, and position the organization as a leader in land protection.

Send cover letter and resume combined into one PDF by email. View the complete position description. (posted 3/26)


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Operations Manager, Blackfoot challenge
Deadline: March 31, 2015

Celebrating 20 years of partnerships, the Blackfoot Challenge coordinates efforts that conserve and enhance the natural resources and rural way of life in the Blackfoot Watershed for present and future generations. The Operations Manager is a new, full-time position to support watershed programs by managing administrative, financial, and fund and Board development functions. This position reports directly to the Executive Director, and works closely with the Board and all staff. This core leadership position for the Blackfoot Challenge is critical to supporting committees and partnerships. Five years experience and bachelor’s degree in business, nonprofit management or related field required. Experience working with a variety of private landowners and public managers is desired. Salary DOE. Benefits includes Paid Time Off, medical stipend and retirement. Submit cover letter and resume by email or mail to Blackfoot Challenge, PO Box 103, Ovando, MT 59854. View the complete position description. (posted 3/2)

Executive Director, Prickly Pear Land Trust
Deadline: open until filled

Located in Helena, Montana, Prickly Pear Land Trust (PPLT) is seeking a mission-focused, engaging and visionary leader to build on momentum within the organization and the greater community, taking PPLT to the next level of programmatic, organizational and financial success. PPLT’s executive director will possess the right mix of experience in fundraising; organizational and nonprofit management; community outreach and engagement; project coordination with government, private and nonprofit funders and partners; and land protection through acquisition, conservation easement, or other cooperative means. The executive director is responsible for implementing PPLT’s strategic direction and ensuring the continued excellence of its open lands, trails and private land conservation programs. The executive director will manage a staff of six employees, a budget over $500,000 and work closely with a 15-member board of directors. View complete position and application instructions. (posted 2/12)



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Nevada State Director, The Nature Conservancy
Deadline: March 29, 2015

The Nature Conservancy is seeking a proven, dynamic leader to serve as State Director of the Nevada Chapter. The Director leads a staff of 18 with an annual budget of 3.7 million. As a leader in the Nevada conservation movement, the State Director plays a primary role in working with partner organizations, government agencies, elected officials and other key decision-makers to build alliances and shared agendas that advance science driven conservation outcomes in Nevada and around the world. Apply online (job # 42853) and attach your cover letter and resume as one document. (posted 2/25)

New Hampshire

Development Director, Moose Mountains Regional Greenways
Deadline: open until filled

The primary responsibility of this part-time position is to oversee fundraising by establishing a comprehensive structure for effective fundraising to insure Moose Mountains Regional Greenways' (MMRG) long-term success as a local land trust. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 2/24)


New Jersey

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Hunterdon Land Trust
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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

Deputy Executive Director, Monmouth Conservation Foundation
Deadline: March 27, 2015

Significant leadership position for an entrepreneurial and experienced leader in open space preservation movement and environmental organizations. This role is responsible for enhancing the internal organization and infrastructure necessary for nonprofit’s continued success and growth; thinking both broadly and strategically about nonprofit work and be detail-oriented and organized about the implementation and structures necessary to move nonprofit vision into reality; managing day-to-day the operating budget, trustee committee structure and effectiveness, and support executive director in public policy and advocacy positions with media and governmental organizations.We're also looking for:

  • Experience in management roles including staff supervision, human resources, fundraising, finance, and/or operations in a nonprofit organization.
  • Experience with strategic, business and scenario planning helpful.
  • Proven ability to work in a dynamic team and build working partnerships.
  • Success supervising and mentoring staff and supporting professional and leadership development.
  • Excellent people skills.
  • Experienced spokesperson who can articulate messages to different audiences.

To apply, send resume by email. (posted 2/20)


New Mexico

Conservation Intern, New Mexico Land Conservancy
Deadline: April 17, 2015

New Mexico Land Conservancy (NMLC) seeks a qualified and motivated individual to assist with stewardship, land conservation, outreach and fundraising activities. NMLC has a primary focus on conservation of large landscapes, including natural habitat and working farms and ranches. The primary duties of the Conservation Intern will be conservation easement monitoring and reporting, but the intern will also gain exposure to numerous other aspects of land trust and nonprofit operations. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 3/17)

Development Coordinator, New Mexico Land Conservancy
Deadline: open until filled

The New Mexico Land Conservancy (NMLC) is seeking an outgoing, talented, dynamic, self-motivated and results-oriented individual to coordinate its individual giving, foundation grants, donor relations and general communications; and, as needed, support other organizational development activities in accordance with its mission and approved policies, strategies and plans. Position requires an ability to effectively interact with donors, key constituents and the general public; communicate NMLC’s mission, goals and accomplishments to a wide range of audiences; and support NMLC’s short and long-range fundraising needs and goals.

This position reports to the Executive Director and must be able to work effectively with the board, staff, volunteers, consultants, contractors, landowners and donors. The position will be based in Santa Fe, with frequent travel to Albuquerque and throughout the state. View the complete job description and application instructions. No calls please. (posted 1/29)

Land Protection Project Manager, New Mexico Land Conservancy
Deadline: open until filled

The New Mexico Land Conservancy, located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, seeks a qualified and motivated individual to provide technical expertise, leadership and support to the organization’s Conservation Program. The Land Protection Project Manager will work to protect land and water across New Mexico with a primary focus on southern New Mexico. The Project Manager will be responsible for conservation planning, outreach, fundraising, and policy work, with a special emphasis on conservation easement and fee title acquisitions and land transfer transactions. The individual in this position will report to the Conservation Director, work closely with the Executive Director and other staff, but will initially supervise no staff. View the complete position and application instructions. (updated 3/17)


New York

Thousand Islands Land Trust, Coordinator of Education & Outreach
Deadline: April 15, 2015

The Coordinator of Education and Outreach is responsible for the development and implementation of education programs and outreach under the direction of the Executive Director. The Coordinator assists in carrying out education and outreach programs adhering to high professional standards, in particular Land Trust Standards and Practices. Outreach and education performed by the Coordinator is designed to build support for land conservation and assemble a cadre of environmental advocates for generations to come. Specifically, the Coordinator assists the Executive Director in developing and leading education and membership programs for adults and children, while maintaining contact with the public through press releases, media outlets and Thousand Islands Land Trust activities. The Coordinator of Education & Outreach is a year-round, full-time, paid position. Tentative start date is May 1. This position is exempt and is appointed by and reports to the Executive Director. View the complete position and application instructions. (posted 3/17)

New York State Director of Philanthropy, Trust for Public Land
Deadline: May 31, 2015

The Trust for Public Land is seeking a New York State Director of Philanthropy. With over 30 offices nationwide, Trust for Public Land is responsible for building more than 5,200 parks and conservation projects and protecting more than three million acres of land throughout the US. The New York State Director of Philanthropy will oversee all fundraising activities in the state, with an emphasis on identification, cultivation, and solicitation of individual and foundation donors. The New York State Director of Philanthropy leads a robust fundraising program that includes establishing annual and long-range fundraising goals, securing gifts to support the organization’s initiatives at local, state and national levels. Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s preferred. Minimum eight years of fundraising experience, ability to solicit five-to-six figure gifts from individuals, family foundations and/or corporations. View the complete position description. Send applications to Debbie Farrell by email (include “TPL State Dir. of Philanthropy” in the subject line). (posted 3/16)

Executive Director, Jamaica Bay-Rockaway Parks Conservancy
Deadline: May 31, 2015

Jamaica Bay-Rockaway Parks Conservancy (JBRPC), a nonprofit to help restore and revitalize the Jamaica Bay and Rockaway parks, seeks an Executive Director. The Conservancy, a partnership between the private sector, National Park Service, and NYC, develops, implements, advocates and fundraises for programs and projects for the restoration and revitalization of the parks. JBRPC seeks an Executive Director who will be a skilled leader and serve as the lead spokesperson, fundraiser, strategic planner, and chief executive managing the organization and its programming. Position is an exciting opportunity for high-energy, entrepreneurial self-starter to play a transformative role in the future fabric of NYC and parks nationally. Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s preferred. Executive-level experience in operational management in private, government, or nonprofit sector with significant administration, financial, fundraising responsibilities. View the complete position description. Send applications to Jack Lusk or Anne McCarthy by email (put “Jamaica Bay ED” in subject line). (posted 3/6)

Brookwood Garden Manager Intern, Otsego Land Trust
Deadline: March 31, 2015

The Brookwood Garden Intern is primarily responsible for caring for the historically and culturally significant
gardens of Brookwood Point. The Intern will assist in the management of the site’s trails and general site monitoring, the coordination of events held at Brookwood and interfacing with local organizations who have an interest pertaining to Brookwood. The Intern works closely with all members of our team, including staff and board members, and reports to the Executive Director. The Intern interacts frequently with garden visitors, volunteers and service vendors. As do all members of Otsego Land Trust's staff , the Intern pitches in with tasks outside his or her specific position requirements when the demands of a small organization require it. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 3/3)

Stewardship Associate Intern, Otsego Land Trust
Deadline: March 31, 2015

The Stewardship Associate will be responsible for assisting in the monitoring of conservation easement properties, developing baseline documentation reports, and maintaining trails on lands owned by Otsego Land Trust. The Stewardship Associate will gain competency in using a GPS and compass, reading and interpreting conservation easements, writing monitoring reports and landowner correspondences, working with volunteers, and documenting properties based on their conservation values. The Stewardship Associate will be trained in OLT filing and office procedures that are essential in maintain important legal records for protected properties. OLT may ask Stewardship Associate to consider working occasional weekends and holidays to assist in educational and outreach programs that are vital to creating partnerships and fundraising. Personal means of transportation for compensable travel between properties is required. The Stewardship Associate reports to the Stewardship Manager. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 3/2)

Human Resources Manager, National Audubon Society
Deadline: April 1, 2015

Audubon seeks a dynamic Executive Director to build on Audubon Arizona’s rich history and expand its contributions to conservation in Arizona and the Central Flyway, leading the organization to its next level of programmatic and financial success. This is a high-profile, pivotal opportunity for a conservation professional to be an environmental entrepreneur in representing one of Audubon’s oldest state programs. View the complete position and application instructions. (posted 2/18)

Conservation Projects Manager, Columbia Land Conservancy
Deadline: open until filled

The Columbia Land Conservancy (CLC) in Chatham, New York, seeks an experienced projects manager to assist in developing and implementing community conservation projects. This position is an integral part of CLC’s land protection team and will be responsible for working on conservation easements, tradeland projects, and fee land acquisitions; cultivating, drafting, and implementing farmland protection and farmland access projects; and working on special conservation projects.

Bachelor’s degree in applicable field and a minimum of four years of professional experience related to land use planning and/or conservation transactions (both conservation easements and fee acquisitions); more extensive experience strongly preferred. Must have the ability to work with diverse public and private interests. Background in land use planning, real estate transactions, natural science, land management, farming and forestry, and best management practices desired.

View the complete position description. Competitive salary and benefits package. Send cover letter and resume as a single PDF document by email with “Conservation Projects Manager” in the subject line. (posted 2/11)


North Carolina

Director of Development, Blue Ridge Conservancy
Deadline: April 24, 2015

Blue Ridge Conservancy (BRC) is a successful, nationally accredited land trust located in Boone, North Carolina. BRC has protected more than 18,000 acres in seven counties in northwestern North Carolina. The Director of Development will be responsible for raising funds for operations, special projects, campaigns, stewardship endowments and other conservation initiatives. Boone is a progressive university community surrounded by beautiful mountains offering a host of recreational opportunities. View the complete description and application instructions. (posted 3/23)

Donor Database Manager, Triangle Land Conservancy
Deadline: open until filled

Triangle Land Conservancy seeks candidates for the position of Donor Database Manager. The Donor Database Manager reports to the Director of Development to assist with implementation of best practices for the management of TLC’s Raiser’s Edge donor and volunteer database including the assurance of data integrity, data extraction, report customization and analysis. The Donor Database Manager has primary responsibility for maintaining TLC’s Raiser’s Edge database to ensure accurate, appropriate and timely gift processing, gift acknowledgment, gift reporting and reconciliation, and relevant donor and donor prospect tracking. Applications will be reviewed starting March 30 and will continue to be accepted until the position is filled. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 3/16)

Executive Director, The Land Trust for Central North Carolina
Deadline: March 30, 2015

The Land Trust for Central North Carolina, headquartered in Salisbury, North Carolina, has conserved more than 25,000 acres in a 10-county region in central North Carolina. The search committee intends to cast its net broadly. It will be looking for candidates with five years relevant work experience. An advanced degree in law, business or natural resources management is preferred. We are committed to being good stewards of our financial resources and the properties in our land protection portfolio. The Executive Director must possess strong skills in nonprofit management, fundraising and organizational sustainability. A resume and cover letter not to exceed two pages may be forwarded to: Darrell Hancock, The Land Trust for Central North Carolina Executive Director Search Committee, P.O. Box 4143, Salisbury, NC 28145. (posted 3/9)

Blue Ridge Forever Director, Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy
Deadline: open until filled

Blue Ridge Forever is a coalition of ten land trusts in Western North Carolina. Since 2004, we have helped build public support for conservation, solidify land trusts’ long-term capacity, and raised dollars to support 80,000 acres of land protection. The part-time exempt (30 hrs/wk) Director responsibilities include: support constituency building, enhancing professionalism, and collective grant-seeking to help protect another 30,000 acres by 2020; serve as communications hub for partners; develop, pursue and administer collective grants; outreach to elected officials; facilitate information sharing; seek and implement joint media opportunities ; BA/BS or Associate degree in related field and two years related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume with salary history/ requirements, and three professional references to Kristy Urquhart by email. Please include “Blue Ridge Forever Director” in subject line. No phone calls please. SAHC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. View the complete position description. (posted 1/28)


North Dakota

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Stewardship Interns (3), North Coast Land Conservancy
Deadline: April 1, 2015

The three Stewardship Interns will support North Coast Land Conservancy’s stewardship program by treating invasive plants on North Coast Land Conservancy-owned lands, spanning from Seaside to the Columbia River, on the north Oregon coast. A crew of three Stewardship Interns will work alongside the Land Steward to implement a variety of weed removal techniques (using non-chemical methods).

The interns will report to the land steward. The intern positions are located in Seaside, Oregon. The position are  full time (40 hours/week) and intern will given a $1,000/month stipend and shared housing. The internship term is June 1- August 28, 2015. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 2/20)



Crow's Nest Summer Internship in Environmental Education, Natural Lands Trust, Inc.
Deadline: April 24, 2015

Crow’s Nest Preserve encompasses 600 acres of beautiful protected lands along French Creek in Chester County, Pennsylvania. The preserve holds a nature-themed day camp for kids, grades 1 – 8. The mission of the camp is to bring together a group of children of diverse backgrounds: to enjoy the outdoor world so that they will want to protect it; to increase their respect for the natural world; and to value diversity in nature and in people. The intern will assist with all aspects of camp, including planning, setup, clean-up and leading activities with kids. The internship will pay $10.50 per hour for 37.5 hours/week from June 8, 2015 through August 7, 2015. Low cost rental accommodations are available near the preserve within a walkable/bike-able distance. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 3/25)

Municipal Assistance Program Intern, Brandywine Conservancy
Deadline: April 30, 2015

The Brandywine Conservancy announces the availability of an internship with its Municipal Assistance Program (MAP). The MAP Intern will assist our staff of nine in a variety of projects and tasks related to local land planning and conservation, trail planning, mapping, and database creation. Applicants should have an academic background in land planning, architecture, geography, or natural sciences. He or she should be well- organized and able to work jointly or independently with a positive, energetic attitude.


  • Assist with GIS mapping and outreach for a trail feasibility study
  • Categorize, organize, and create a database for photographs
  • Contribute to the Reforestation Campaign as needed
  • Perform administrative tasks as assigned
  • Contribute to MAP projects and publications as assigned

Minimum requirements:

  • Knowledge of land planning and land conservation
  • Experience with Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Graphic Design, and/or Database skills desired
  • Good writing skills
  • Proficiency with a digital camera and a good eye for publishable photos
  • Access to a reliable personal vehicle required
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office software required

The internship will last approximately ten weeks, beginning in May or June, and will be compensated at the rate of $10 an hour. Housing is not available. Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, three examples of photographs, and two references by email. Please include “Summer Internship” in the subject line. (posted 3/24)

President & CEO, North American Land Trust
Deadline: May 11, 2015

We seek an accomplished leader who demonstrates keen understanding of mission and a passion for the singularly distinctive purpose of the Trust. This person must be ready to join with the Board and staff to lead North American Land Trust (NALT) in pursuing aggressive goals in land conservation management, limited land development and natural habitat preservation.

We seek a person with exceptional interpersonal skills and intellect demonstrated by successful interactions with landowners, engineers, conservation biologists, foresters, tax lawyers, landscape architects and real estate developers. An ability to articulate the mission of NALT to a variety of constituents is a key attribute we seek particularly related to the ability to solicit contributions from major donors. Frequent travel is expected primarily in the East and Southeast regions. Learn more about NALT.

View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 3/6)

Budget Manager, Brandywine Conservancy & Museum of Art
Deadline: June 1, 2015

The Brandywine Conservancy, a program of the Brandywine Conservancy & Museum of Art, seeks a detail-oriented, energetic and committed individual to serve as Budget Manager. The Conservancy has permanently protected more than 62,000 acres of land in southeastern Pennsylvania and northern New Castle County, Delaware. Its professional staff also provides technical assistance, GIS mapping, and planning services to municipal and other governmental entities. Reporting to the Director of the Conservancy, and serving as a member of the Management Team, this individual is the primary advisor to the Director on financial and budgetary matters at the Conservancy.

The individual manages billable and grant financial reporting for individual clients and grantors including detailed tracking, preparation of monthly invoices and financial reports and assists project managers with expenditures and incomes related to approved budgets. The Budget Manager prepares and administers the Conservancy’s budget in coordination with others. The position works directly with the Finance and Administration, Development, and Facilities departments of the Brandywine Conservancy & Museum of Art.

If you have excellent communications and budget management skills, the right experience and a genuine enthusiasm for our mission, you may be the ideal candidate for this outstanding opportunity. Applicants must have five or more years of relevant experience and a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Business with a preferred concentration in Accounting. The position requires exceptional organizational skills including the ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks. Experience with time-tracking and billing software, relational databases, and proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office Software suite are also required. Please send a cover letter and resume by email. (posted 2/27)


Rhode Island

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South Carolina

GIS Project Manager, Spartanburg Area Conservancy
Deadline: May 31, 2015

The Spartanburg Area Conservancy seeks an experienced, entrepreneurial GIS project manager. The candidate must have excellent written and verbal communication skills and must be able to call people on the phone and go out into the field and talk to people. Grant writing skills a must. Agricultural, farming por planning background preferred. To apply send resume and cover letter by email. (posted 3/23)

    South Dakota

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    Mid South Regional Parks and Greenways Coordinator, Tennessee Parks and Greenways Foundation
    Deadline: April 24, 2015

    The Tennessee Parks and Greenways Foundation (TennGreen) is a statewide 501(c)(3) conservation organization dedicated to preserving Tennessee’s natural treasures including waterfalls, bluffs, green spaces, working farms and forests and wildlife areas. In collaboration with the Mid-South Regional Greenways, we are seeking a full-time (37.5 hours per week) coordinator dedicated to land conservation in West Tennessee.

    The Coordinator for the Mid South Regional Parks and Greenways (thirty-three member alliance, including regional NGOs, planning and design firms, governmental organizations and municipalities) will work with the Mid-South Regional Greenways Steering Committee (75%) to help coordinate and implement the Mid-South Regional Greenprint, a comprehensive conservation planning tool, to include parks, greenways, trails and open space that supports connectivity of the Mid-South Region’s natural systems.(The Mid-South Region consists of Crittenden County, AR; DeSoto County, MS; Shelby County, TN; and Fayette County, TN.) The remaining time (25%) will be devoted to land conservation and education in the greater West Tennessee region (west of the Tennessee River) on conservation easements, fee simple acquisitions, and other conservation tools for the TennGreen. Additionally, the Coordinator will co-staff an annual Fall Fling for TennGreen.

    Knowledge and experience requirements:

    • Ability to relate well and establish rapport with diverse audiences.
    • Knowledge and/or experience with GIS/mapping desired, but not required. Experience with real estate and/or conservation planning helpful, but not required.
    • Excellent communication, writing, and public speaking skills.
    • Strong organizational skills, with demonstrable attention to detail, accuracy, and deadlines.
    • Knowledge of or ability to identify private and public funding sources.
    • Experience developing successful grant applications, include grant research and writing.
    • Ability to turn plan into reality.
    • Marketing and design experience.
    • Able to manage multiple projects.
    • Self-directed.
    • Fundraising Experience (desired).

    Flexible business hours will keep work hours to 37.5 hours per week average. Periodic evening and weekend events, and travel as required. Anticipated start date: June 15, 2015. To apply, send resume and cover letter by email. (posted 3/26)



    Conservation Easement Administrator, Hill Country Land Trust
    Deadline: open until filled

    The Conservation Easement Administrator (CE Administrator) is a part-time position, with a flexible schedule of 10-20 hours/week, with a maximum of 20 hours per week. The CE Administrator will coordinate activities related to conservation easement acquisition and stewardship management. All activities are to be conducted according to the Land Trust Alliance Standards and Practices and in compliance with Hill Country Land Trust (HCLT) policies and procedures. This position reports to the president and works closely with HCLT Executive Director and the Land and Easements and Stewardship Committee Chairpersons. To apply, send a resume to Mike Krueger, board president, by email or call 830-896-5981. (posted 3/17)


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    Executive Director, Northern Neck Land Conservancy
    Deadline: May 8, 2015

    The Northern Neck Land Conservancy (NNLC) is seeking a passionate conservationist for the full time position of Executive Director. The land trust is located in the northernmost peninsula of Virginia, bordered by the Potomac River, the Chesapeake Bay, and the Rappahannock River. The position necessitates knowledge of land trust principles, functions, and systems, plus superior leadership, communication and organizational skills. Demonstrated fundraising, editorial and management skills as well as experience with volunteer boards, conservation easements, and strategic planning are all pluses. Bachelor’s degree required. Starting salary $35,000- $50,000 commensurate with qualifications, experience, and skills; benefits include health insurance and paid vacation. Submit well-constructed cover letter articulating experience and skills, a resume, and three references. Review of applications begins immediately and continues until position filled. Mail to: NNLC, PO Box, 125, Lancaster, VA 22503 or submit by email. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 3/9)

    Agriculture and Rural Economy Program Manager, Piedmont Environmental Council
    Deadline: March 31, 2015

    The Piedmont Environmental Council (PEC) was founded in 1972 with the purpose of preserving important attributes of the Northern Piedmont region of Virginia. Those key attributes are the open spaces, natural viewsheds, historic features, agricultural activity and the clean air and water that make living, working and visiting the region so special. Protecting these attributes, while recognizing the importance of economic vitality, has always been, and remains our core organizational goal.

    The Agriculture and Rural Economy Program Manager will report to the Vice President for Conservation and Rural Programs and will oversee our efforts on programs in support of the rural and agricultural economy of the region. PEC’s Agriculture and Rural Economy program integrates our work with new and beginning farmers, established farming operations, connections between producers and consumers, and our broad conservation mission. The position will be based at PEC’s main office in Warrenton, Virginia, but will include travel throughout our nine county region. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 2/10)


    Accounting Assistant, Forterra
    Deadline: April 15, 2015

    The Accounting Assistant performs a broad range of general accounting tasks, including processing accounts payable, accounts receivable, bank deposits and bank reconciliations. This position works closely with the Staff Accountant and Grants Compliance Officer. View the complete position and application instructions. (posted 3/25)

    Receptionist/Senior Administrative Assistant, Forterra
    Deadline: April 15, 2015

    The Receptionist/Senior Administrative Assistant is responsible for serving visitors by greeting, welcoming, and directing them appropriately; notifying company personnel of visitor arrival; answering and directing incoming phone calls.

    This position is also responsible for providing administrative support to the Acting Vice President of Policy & Green Cities; the Acting Vice President of Conservation & Stewardship, and the Vice President of Marketing & External Affairs. This position requires outstanding interpersonal skills, the ability to juggle multiple tasks, priorities and interests, and the ability to work effectively with a wide variety of internal and external clients. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 3/25)

    Major Gifts Manager, Whidbey Camano Land Trust
    Deadline: April 5, 2015

    The Major Gifts Manager is responsible for leading and achieving annual and long-term goals for the major donor, planned giving and business sponsorship programs. Candidates should be able to work independently as well as collaboratively as part of an integrated fundraising and communications team. The Manager will work directly with the executive director on major donor efforts and mentor and develop board member donor engagement skills. The ideal candidate will have outstanding relationship skills, and enjoy reaching out to donors and engaging them in deepening their relationship with the work of the Land Trust. The position requires strong written and oral communication skills, competent technical abilities, an interest in developing and improving fundraising practices through analysis, excellent organizational skills and a willingness to travel in the Puget Sound area including working some nights and weekends. Candidates should bring a passion for the outdoors and working for this community cause.

    Minimum requirements and compensation: A Bachelor degree in a related field, with at least five years of fundraising experience with demonstrated results in a similar position preferred; or an Associate degree with seven years of experience. The position is a 20-24 hours/week, exempt position with telecommuting flexibility. Wage will be DOE and competitive with similar organizations.

    Candidates can apply by reviewing the job description and submitting the materials requested in the application form available on our website. (posted 3/12)

    Executive Director, Jefferson Land Trust
    Deadline: open until filled

    Jefferson Land Trust, based in Port Townsend, Washington is seeking our next Executive Director. We require a seasoned and inspirational leader who embraces our mission of land conservation and who will excel in guiding the organization through the next level of its evolution. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 3/9)

    Conservation Director, Whatcom Land Trust
    Deadline: March 31, 2015

    In coordination with the Executive Director, the Conservation Director conceives and implements the overall programmatic priorities for WLT’s conservation programs including developing landscape-level campaigns, and devising and implementing land protection strategies. Toward this end, the Conservation Director secures fee simple and conservation easements, builds partnerships with a broad spectrum of private and public sector players, and secures funding to underwrite this conservation work. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 3/4)

    Operations Manager, Okanogan Land Trust
    Deadline: open until filled

    Okanogan Land Trust is looking for the right candidate to grab operations by the horns and also bring unique skills to make this job his/her own. Base responsibilities include for the full-time, permanent position: office management, communications, bookkeeping/ financial management, HR, and general support of board and colleagues. Salary is commensurate with experience. Competitive benefits package offered. This position is located in a remote, rural community in north central Washington with plenty of sunshine and outdoor recreation. View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 2/20)


    West Virginia

    Director of Landscape Conservation, Appalachian Trail Conservancy
    Deadline: open until filled

    The Director of Landscape Conservation is a new senior position with overall responsibility for developing and directing a new Appalachian Trail large landscape conservation initiative. The Director will be responsible for; refining a strategic implementation plan, advancing collaborative partnerships with private and public agencies, fundraising, and building a campaign to protect priority geographic areas within the Appalachian Trail landscape. This position will report to the Senior Director of Conservation.View the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 2/12)


    Communications Administrator, Bayfield Regional Conservancy
    Deadline: March 27, 2015

    The Bayfield Regional Conservancy (BRC), a nationally accredited non-profit conservation organization located in Bayfield, Wisconsin and serves Ashland, Bayfield, Douglas, and Sawyer counties is seeking a part-time professional Communications Administrator. The Communications Administrator is responsible for assisting the Executive Director with office management and administration, membership and marketing communications, event planning, accounting and database management, and reporting in a timely and accurate manner. To apply, send a cover letter and resume by email. (posted 3/12)



    Conservation Director, Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust
    Deadline: open until filled

    The Conservation Director provides strategic vision and leadership for the Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust’s conservation activity, utilizing a full range of conservation tools to achieve priority goals, through strategic partnerships, conservation easements and term conservation agreements, land acquisition, and land stewardship projects. The Conservation Director will develop strong working relationships with private landowners, business and community leaders, community organizations, public agencies and conservation groups to implement and finance these efforts. The position reports to the Executive Director. See the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 2/20)

    Ranchland Project Director, Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust
    Deadline: open until filled

    The Ranchland Project Director is responsible for the development and implementation of a Ranchland Succession Program, which will support the generational transfer of private lands in Wyoming. Focus will be on development and procurement of new tools and funding sources for conservation projects including the acquisition and transfer of agricultural property, estate planning, young and beginning farmer and rancher programs, term conservation agreements and purchased conservation easements. The position reports to the Executive Director. The position reports to the Executive Director. See the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 2/20)

    Director of Development, Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust
    Deadline: open until filled

    The Development Director will be responsible for leading and overseeing all aspects of our fundraising activities, including the design and implementation of an annual fundraising plan and development budget (both income and expense) which aligns with the plan. The Annual Plan will be comprehensive and include an Annual Appeal, Major Gifts, Foundation Grants and Planned Giving. The Development Director will enhance the fundraising effectiveness and capabilities of all Board members, trustees, Executive Director and other staff and volunteers, in addition to initiating and completing independent fundraising activities. See the complete position description and application instructions. (posted 2/20)

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