Find opportunities for careers with the Washington Association of Land Trusts and with our member land trusts here. 

Conservation Associate/Manager, Great Peninsula Conservancy

DeadlineMay 26, 2017 or until position is filled.
Location: Bremerton, WA
Status: Full-time, 40 hours per week

The Conservation Associate/Manager participates in land conservation projects through landowner outreach, grant writing, and coordinating real estate transactions. This position may be filled as either an Associate or Manager, depending upon the experience and abilities of the successful applicant. We are seeking a committed, organized, and goal-oriented individual to join the team of our successful and growing land trust.

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Land Manager, North Olympic Land Trust

Deadline: Resume review begins on Monday May 22nd, 2017
Location: Port Angeles, WA
Status: Permanent half-time non-exempt position.
This position oversees and leads all aspects of the organization’s land management program in accordance with Land Trust policies and best practices. The Land Manager reports to the Executive Director and requires a highly organized, self-motivated, and detail-oriented individual eager to contribute and excel in a dynamic work environment. This is a permanent half-time non-exempt position.

Finance Director, North Olympic Land Trust / Jefferson Land Trust

Deadline: Resume review begins on Monday May 22nd, 2017
Location: Port Townsend / Port Angeles / Flexible
Status: Permanent full-time
Jefferson Land Trust and North Olympic Land Trust are non-profit organizations dedicated to the conservation of the natural areas and working lands that define and sustain the communities of the North Olympic Peninsula.  Together, they are seeking candidates for a shared finance director position. This is a permanent full-time position.

Conservation Director, Wild Rivers Land Trust

Deadline: June 12, 2017 or until position is filled.
Location:Port Orford, Oregon
Status: Full time exempt

Wild Rivers Land Trust (WRLT) seeks to hire a Conservation Director (CD) to lead their conservation program. The CD develops and implements the Trust’s Conservation Plan, and initiates and manages land protection projects through community collaboration. This includes: developing conservation strategies and landowner contacts; easement and fee title negotiations, acquisitions/easements, monitoring and stewardship; grant writing in support of conservation projects. The Director works closely with the Executive Director and the Development Specialist to integrate conservation objectives in the Trust’s outreach, fundraising, and communications work plans. The CD oversees contractors and volunteers.

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Evergreen Forests Program Manager, Washington Environmental Council

Deadline: Open until filled
Location: Seattle, WA
Status: Full-time, 40 hours per week

The Evergreen Forests Program Manager is part of Washington Environmental Council’s Evergreen Forests Program and is responsible for implementing the Growing Our Future campaign. The goal of this campaign is to transform management of one million acres of private forestland in Washington state from industrial to ecological practices, in order to sustain our forests, produce clean water, and restore the region’s native biological diversity, while producing valuable wood products and a significant number of local jobs. The Evergreen Forests Program Manager will oversee stakeholder outreach, new project development, and land protection through sustainable forest projects to accomplish this goal. It is a full time position based in Seattle, WA and reports to the Evergreen Forests Program Director.

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Puget Sound Stewardship Coordinator, The Nature Conservancy

Deadline: Applications accepted until filled
Location: Seattle, WA
Status: Full Time – Permanent

The Puget Sound Stewardship Coordinator is responsible for leading all aspects of on‐the‐ground stewardship and restoration for Conservancy owned lands in the Puget Sound region, engaging with conservation‐related research, increasing the visibility of the Conservancy’s work, securing and managing grants, and forming strong relationships with partner organizations and local communities. The Stewardship Coordinator will also manage volunteers, and may supervise stewardship staff and interns as appropriate to further protection of the natural diversity of our preserves for people and nature. The Stewardship Coordinator is supervised by the Washington State Stewardship Manager.

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Senior Director, Operations, San Juan Preservation Trust

Senior Operations Director, San Juan Preservation Trust
Deadline: Applications accepted until filled
Location: Friday Harbor, Washington
Status: Permanent full-time
The San Juan Preservation Trust seeks a Senior Director, Operations, to manage the organization’s conservation, stewardship, and administrative programs, and who will be capable of succeeding the Executive Director within whatever timeframe their capabilities allow. Qualified applicants should have a Bachelor’s degree and at least 10 years of postgraduate leadership experience in land conservation, environmental, land use or real estate disciplines. An advanced degree in law, business administration, nonprofit management or a related field is preferred.
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