Executive Director, Okanogan Land Trust

New!  First review on December 15, 2020

The Okanogan Land Trust is seeking an Executive Director to carry OLT’s mission forward while leading fundraising efforts, land protection projects, community outreach and organizational management. The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic about creating broad support for land protection from a diverse base of landowners and community members, and will care deeply for the land and communities of north-central Washington
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OLT Executive Director – Job Announcement
OLT Executive Director – Job Description

Development Director, North Olympic Land Trust

NEW! Open until filled
Port Angeles, WA (Remote option available)

The North Olympic Land Trust is hiring for a Development Director to plan, develop, and oversee the Land Trust’s fundraising programs with a focus on individual donors. This position supports and builds the organizational culture of philanthropy through stewarding authentic relationships across the community. The development director reports to the executive director and works closely with the community engagement specialist, office manager, and development committee. The position requires a highly organized, self-motivated, and detail-oriented individual eager to contribute and excel in a dynamic work environment. For information and application details, please click here.

Rangeland Conservation Lead, Oregon Agricultural Trust (OAT)

Apply soon! Interviews end November 9, 2020

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Development Manager, Oregon Agricultural Trust (OAT)

Apply soon! Interviews end November 9, 2020

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Property & Acquisition Specialist, Parks and Recreation Commission

NEW! Open until filled
Tumwater, WA
Job Number:  2020-06599

The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission is hiring a Property and Acquisition Specialist to conduct real-estate acquisition and disposal negotiations requiring review, analysis, and alternatives as needed to close land purchases, land exchanges and other less-than-fee property transactions, including land or lease rental.  This position independently performs specialized and complex duties in real-estate contracting, property appraisals, project management, professional recordkeeping and reporting associated with various project funding requirements from multiple state and federal fund sources. For information and application details, please click here.

Director of Operations and Finance, San Juan Preservation Trust

Open until filled

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Forest Steward Program Coordinator, Puget Sound Conservation Districts

Open until filled

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.

Database Specialist - Raiser's Edge, Forterra

Open until filled
Work from Home, Remote

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Open until filled
Work from Home, Remote

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Open until filled
Work from Home, Remote

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Open until filled
Work from Home, Remote

The Philanthropy Director of Individual Giving serves in leading all individual and major giving strategies to advance the mission of Forterra.  This individual will promote the integration of a formal major gifts program to secure over $2M in annual philanthropic revenue from individual donors and prospects, while working collaboratively with staff across the organization using a robust prospect management system. To apply and learn more information, please read the description.

Philanthropy Director - Institutional Strategy, Forterra

Open until filled
Work from Home, Remote

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Open until filled
Work from Home, Remote

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Research and Monitoring Specialist, Palouse Conservation District

Open until filled

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