Finance & Operations Coordinator, Capitol Land Trust

Capitol Land Trust is seeking a Finance & Operations Coordinator who is passionate about local land conservation and has a strong desire to be a part of our community. Do you like to work behind the scenes? Are you looking for work that really matters? Does your heart sing when numbers match down to the penny? This could be the job for you.

As Finance & Operations Coordinator, you’ll be responsible for maintaining the financial books and underlying operational systems that make our conservation work possible. We’re looking for someone who has enthusiasm to learn new things, improve efficiency, and be part of a collaborative team focused on connecting people and conserving land. Previous accounting experience is required.

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Development Director, Blue Mountain Land Trust

Blue Mountain Land Trust (BMLT) is searching for a development director to strategize, plan, organize, and lead BMLT’s fundraising efforts across a range of initiatives.

We are looking for an experienced development director who can lead and grow BMLT’s fundraising efforts to support its conservation, stewardship, and community engagement programs with integrity, collaboration, creativity, and enthusiasm. The development director is responsible for developing and executing a strategic long-term development plan to advance BMLT’s institutional goals, including annual giving, major gifts, foundation grants, corporate support, special events, and building community relationships. The development director works closely with the executive director, marketing and communications director, other staff, and board of directors on donor engagement, monthly and planned giving programs, grant strategy, annual campaign, and 25th-anniversary fundraising events.

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Stewardship Associate, Blue Mountain Land Trust

Blue Mountain Land Trust (BMLT) is searching for a stewardship associate to monitor and support restoration projects on its 23,300+ acres of protected land across an 11-county service area in Washington and Oregon.

We are looking for a motivated environmentalist who can support BMLT’s stewardship and restoration work on its protected lands with integrity, collaboration, creativity, and insight. The stewardship associate works closely with the stewardship and restoration manager, the conservation manager, and other staff to monitor and restore BMLT’s protected lands and waters to further strategic conservation goals.

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Stewardship and Restoration Manager, Blue Mountain Land Trust

Blue Mountain Land Trust (BMLT) is searching for a stewardship and restoration manager to monitor, develop, and implement diverse restoration projects on its 23,300+ acres of protected land across an 11-county service area in Washington and Oregon.

We are looking for a motivated environmentalist who can lead stewardship and restoration work on BMLT’s protected lands with integrity, collaboration, creativity, and insight. The stewardship and restoration manager works closely with the executive director, conservation manager, stewardship associate, and other staff to monitor and restore BMLT’s protected lands and waters to further strategic conservation goals.

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Restoration Manager, Necanicum Watershed Council

The Necanicum Watershed Council (NWC) is a community-based nonprofit organization
dedicated to the well-being of all communities, both human and wildlife, that rely on the Necanicum Basin. Through hands-on restoration, conservation education and community collaboration, we believe that there is an economically and ecologically equitable future for all life on the north Oregon coast. The Necanicum Watershed Council has openly acknowledged the gap in proper procedure and tools necessary to effectively address the long-term systematic disenfranchisement of the Necanicum Basin’s indigenous and Latinx communities. In October of 2023 we executed a Memorandum of Agreement with the Chinook Indian Nation in perpetuity. We are currently securing a similar agreement with partners, Consejo Hispano. This position will work closely with the tribe and Latinx community on projects that impact tribal lands, waters and/or priorities and Latinx engagement and accessibility.

This position is funded through a combination of grants from a variety of local, state and federal grants and funding from private foundations. The position will work in a variety of situations including, but not limited to, the development of new restoration or community projects, seeking grants, management of restoration projects and planning, stewardship activities that require some physical stressors such as rough terrain, utilizing restoration equipment and conducting surveys at project (or potential project) locations. Comfort with physically demanding work is required for this position periodically.

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Property Management Technician, North Olympic Land Trust

Based in Port Angeles, on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula, the Property Management Technician is a seasonal, part-time, non-exempt position that reports to the Land Manager and serves as the principal staff member working to maintain the Land Trust’s fee-simple properties.   The Property Management Technician is responsible for assisting in ensuring Land Trust-owned properties are safe, clean, and inviting to the general public by performing regular property maintenance tasks including vegetation and noxious weed control, tree and shrub planting, trash pickup, trail and road construction and maintenance, construction and maintenance of other infrastructure, and sign design and installation.

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GIS and IT Specialist, Inland Northwest Land Conservancy

The Inland Northwest Land Conservancy (INLC) is seeking a highly motivated, organized individual to lead our geographic information systems and information technology work as we build our team and take our organization to new levels of regional conservation success. This is a unique opportunity to join a growing team of conservation professionals to help accelerate conservation outcomes in the Inland Northwest. Our work is engaging, meaningful, challenging, and dynamic. The GIS and IT Specialist will join our fun team of collaborative, hard-working conservation professionals, volunteers, board members, and loyal supporters.

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Philanthropy Associate, San Juan Preservation Trust

The San Juan Preservation Trust (SJPT) is seeking a Philanthropy Associate to join our organization. The position reports to the Director of Philanthropy and is a critical member of the San Juan Preservation Trust’s fund development team. Through direct mail, personal outreach, grant writing, and events, the position is integral to expanding our base of support, feeding the major gift pipeline, and securing legacy gifts. This is a great opportunity to join our growing staff team and help connect our supporters to furthering the Preservation Trust’s mission.

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Land Protection Specialist, North Olympic Land Trust

Based in Port Angeles, on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula, the Land Protection Specialist is a permanent, full-time, non-exempt position that reports to the Conservation Director and serves as the principal staff member working with willing landowners toward the permanent conservation of their land.  The Land Protection Specialist is crucial to the Land Trust’s Strategic Plan and its emphasis on farmland conservation, habitat and biodiversity, and climate resilience. The position is responsible for moving projects through the land protection process using a diverse conservation toolbox including conservation easements and property purchases.

Position open until filled; applicant review will begin January 16, 2024. Learn more about the opportunity here.