Development Manager, Oregon Agricultural Trust (OAT)

Apply soon! Interviews end November 9, 2020

Oregon Agricultural Trust (OAT) seeks an experienced, emotionally intelligent, visionary, action-oriented Development Manger to create and build our donor engagement program. Job responsibilities include:planning and measuring fundraising success, discovering and engaging supporters of OAT’s work, building support through compelling storytelling, and organizing fundraising events and educational opportunities. For more information, including how to apply, please visit the job description.

Rangeland Conservation Lead, Oregon Agricultural Trust (OAT)

Apply soon! Interviews end November 9, 2020

Oregon Agricultural Trust (OAT) seeks an experienced, passionate Rangeland Conservation Lead to work in a team to protect Oregon’s agricultural lands with a focus on rangeland in SE Oregon, and to establish OAT’s farm and ranch land conservation priorities and technical assistance program. Position duties include:conserving agricultural land with a focus on Malheur, Harney, and Lake Counties; identifying and building community partnerships; stewarding and monitoring conserved farms and ranches until dedicated stewardship staff is hired; providing technical assistance on working land preservation to other organizations and; participating in conservation planning. For more information, including how to apply, please visit the job description.

ACEP (Agricultural Conservation Easement Program) Liaison, NRCS / Skagit Conservation District

Deadline: November 2, 2020

The physical location for this position is the Skagit Conservation District office in Mount Vernon, WA with working remotely or from a home office acceptable with regular reporting of activities.

The position of ACEP Liaison is to assist NRCS and land trust organizations/program applicants, and Conservation Districts with successfully implementing the ACEP program offered by NRCS. Funding for this position is currently provided by Washington State Conservation Commission project funding for the period of approximately 12-months with the intent to apply for future funding. This position is directly responsible to the district manager but due to the nature of serving multiple Districts and Customers will generally be self directed in day to day coordination with NRCS and land trust/program applicant partners requesting assistance. Full details, including how to apply, can be found here. The application form can be found here.

Forest Steward Program Coordinator, Puget Sound Conservation Districts

Open until filled
Priority Deadline:
October 4, 2020

The Puget Sound Conservation Districts (PSCDs) are collaborating to build and deliver a new Regional Forest Stewardship Program (Program) that seeks to promote and conserve resilient forests for multiple benefits through forest stewardship services. Forest stewardship services will be delivered by a corps of three Forest Stewardship Program Coordinators working at three separate duty locations consisting of multiple conservation districts. Priorities include forest and watershed health and resilience, water quality and riparian and fish and wildlife habitat, contiguous areas under active management and in proximity to surface waters and publicly held open spaces and conservation sites, and profitable working forest lands. This is a 2-year program with potential for extension.  For more information, including how to apply, click here.

Digital Marketing Manager, Forterra

Open until filled
Work from Home, Remote

The Digital Marketing Manager at Forterra is responsible for developing and executing digital marketing strategies in support of overall Communications & Marketing initiatives and goals. They collaborate with team members to deliver effective website, social, email, and ad content. In addition to providing digital strategy support, they are responsible for maintaining and optimizing Forterra’s website, designing and implementing digital advertising, optimizing email marketing communications, and maximizing community engagement on social media platforms. To apply and learn more information, please read the description.

Managing Director - Conservation Transactions, Forterra

Open until filled
Work from Home, Remote

The Managing Director is the Conservation Transactions vertical team leader at Forterra, managing work in the essential areas of project inquiries, project research, negotiation, underwriting, risk management, grant writing and closings. They will work relentlessly to conserve wild, forest, working forest and farm lands with a goal of conserving, on average, more than 10,000 acres per year. The Managing Director is expected to bring an anti-racism and DEI lens to all of their work and to progress their team’s work towards empowerment of the disenfranchised communities of Western Washington.  To apply and learn more information, please read the description.

Director of Land Management, Forterra

Open until filled
Work from Home, Remote

The Director of Land Management at Forterra is responsible for ensuring that the Forterra lands portfolio is properly stewarded by ensuring that activities such as annual monitoring, stewardship planning, management, and implementation of all maintenance and/or restoration/enhancement projects are undertaken in a professional, responsible, and scientifically sound manner, with the long-term goal of maximizing the ecological and social potential of the lands portfolio.To effectively manage this portfolio, the Director of Land Management delegates projects and assignments to the lands team staff.  To apply and learn more information, please read the description.

Conservation Projects Manager, Land Trust of the Treasure Valley

Application reviews begin September 21, 2020
Deadline: October 18, 2020
Location
: Boise, Idaho

The Land Trust of the Treasure Valley (LLTV) is hiring a Conservation Projects Manager.  This full-time staff position assists with the development and management of land protection projects and partnerships conserving open space, working farm and ranchland, and wildlife habitat. Responsibilities also include ensuring stewardship obligations on current easements, LTTV fee-owned lands, and lands we manage for third parties. The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated ability to manage projects and grants with exceptional attention to detail and possess strong writing skills. For information and how to apply, click here.

Resource Conservation Technician, Palouse Conservation District

Open until filled

The Palouse Conservation District is hiring a Resource Conservation Technician to assist Conservation Coordinators and Planners in the implementation of conservation practices. The majority of this work focuses on riparian buffer restoration projects and installing in-stream bio-engineered structures. Serving as an integral member of a team of conservation professionals working primarily in the field.  Click here for more information, including how to apply.

Volunteer Coordinator (AmeriCorps), Nisqually Land Trust

Rolling Deadline
Location: Olympia, WA

As the Nisqually Land Trust Volunteer Coordinator, the AmeriCorps member will engage South Puget Sound community members as volunteers in outreach, stewardship and habitat restoration activities that further the mission of the Land Trust. This 10½-month position begins in September or October 2020. It is offered through a partnership with the Washington Service Corps AmeriCorps Program and the AmeriCorps member will receive a stipend through Washington Service Corps.  Click here for the full description and information on how to apply.