Stewardship Manager, Great Peninsula Conservancy

NEW! Open until filled

Great Peninsula Conservancy (GPC) is seeking a Stewardship Manager in its Bremerton, WA office on west Puget Sound. The Stewardship Manager is responsible for stewardship of GPC’s conservation properties, including stewardship and restoration of ecological resources, preparation of management plans, and defense against encroachments on fee-owned lands. They are seeking a collaborative, self-directed, and outcome driven individual who is passionate about caring for protected lands and developing strong relationships. Full position description and how to apply:


Executive Director, Vashon-Maury Island Land Trust

NEW! Apply by February 19, 2021 

The Vashon-Maury Island Land Trust is seeking an entrepreneurial, experienced leader with a broad range of personal and organizational skills to become their Executive Director. This is a wonderful opportunity for an ambitious individual who would like to make a lasting impact on a bucolic island near Seattle – both for a tightknit community of humans that cares about the future of the planet and for the natural world and the critters that depend on it.  For more information and to apply, please see job description. 

Executive Director, Okanogan Land Trust

Open until filled

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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Stewardship Coordinator, Capitol Land Trust

Open until filled.  Reviews begin January 4, 2021

Capitol Land Trust (CLT) is seeking an additional Stewardship Coordinator to oversee the ongoing stewardship and maintenance of CLT’s conserved lands. The right candidate will have experience running a volunteer program, field experience in ecological restoration and a passion for learning.  This role is ideal for someone with strong planning and logistics skills and is passionate about working in the field, community engagement and environmental stewardship.

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GIS & Data Manager, Chelan-Douglas Land Trust

Deadline:  January 24, 2021

The Chelan-Douglas Land Trust (CDLT) seeks a Data & GIS Manager to oversee all aspects of the stewardship and lands database, and GIS use, development, and management to support organizational priorities at CDLT. The Manager will fulfill requests from staff for accurate cartographic products for internal and public use. Good communication skills are imperative to convey highly technical processes in a way that staff with no formal GIS training can understand.  For details and to apply, please visit:

Real Estate Services Section Manager, WDFW

The Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife is hiring for a Real Estate Services Manager. In this role, you establish, lead and implement policy for the acquisition, disposal and real property management of the Department of Fish and Wildlife’s statewide real property assets including Wildlife Areas, Water Access Sites, Hatcheries and Facilities.

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Land Labs Education Coordinator VISTA, Great Peninsula Conservancy

Great Peninsula Conservancy, a nonprofit land trust, seeks a Land Labs Education Coordinator VISTA in its Bremerton, WA office on west Puget Sound. The Land Labs Education Coordinator VISTA will play an integral role in the design and development of the Great Peninsula Conservancy (GPC) Land Labs program. The Education Coordinator VISTA will foster relationships with participating schools, community members and stakeholders; write standards-based curriculum; train teachers; and ground truth the program.

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Land Labs Site Coordinator VISTA, Great Peninsula Conservancy

Great Peninsula Conservancy, a nonprofit land trust, seeks a Land Labs Site Coordinator VISTA in its Bremerton, WA office on west Puget Sound. The Land Labs Site Coordinator VISTA will index the educational values and outreach opportunities at Great Peninsula Conservancy (GPC) Land Labs; manage public access improvements, habitat restoration projects, and community science opportunities; and write management plans that will support the climate-resilience of Puget Sound’s forests, streams, and shorelines.

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Development and Administrative Assistant, Jefferson Land Trust

Jefferson Land Trust is seeking a Development and Administrative Assistant to support their Development and Outreach Team, and Executive Team, but this position is primarily focused on donation processing and donor thanking for the organization.Jefferson Land Trust has a track record of high quality and innovative conservation work preserving habitat, working farms, and forests in Jefferson County. This half-time position with benefits will report to the Development Manager to support our development work, our Executive Director, and our Board of Directors.The successful candidate will be highly organized and will have experience prioritizing projects, working with databases, collaborating within a team, and setting up support systems.

Please view the website for more information, including the complete job description.

Development Director, North Olympic Land Trust

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.

Director of Operations and Finance, San Juan Preservation Trust

Open until filled

The San Juan Preservation Trust (SJPT) is seeking its next Director of Operations and Finance, who will be is responsible for overseeing the business operations of at SJPT. The DOF is a key member of the organization’s leadership team. The DOF must be able to reside on one of the four islands served by the Washington State Ferry system (San Juan, Orcas, Lopez, or Shaw). The assigned work location SJPT’s main office, currently located in Friday Harbor on San Juan Island. Some travel among the islands will be required, along with occasional travel to the mainland. See the full job description and application instructions here.

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

The Database Specialist at Forterra is responsible for the management and organizational use of The Raiser’s Edge/NXT donor database system (RE). In addition to serving as an ambassador for philanthropy, this individual is committed to the DEI work ahead for the organization and the Philanthropy team.  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 is a 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.

Philanthropy Director - Institutional Strategy, Forterra

Open until filled
Work from Home, Remote

The Philanthropy Director of Institutional Strategy is responsible for thinking critically about the foundation and corporate partnership strategies to advance the mission of Forterra. The Director will also develop the grants submission pipeline, oversee sponsorships and fulfillment plan, and drive corporate strategies around VIP event planning and workplace giving. This position supervises one or more team members and provides guidance and support for all institutional giving strategies across the organization. To apply and learn more information, please read the description.

Research and Monitoring Specialist, Palouse Conservation District

Open until filled

The Palouse Conservation District is hiring a Research and Monitoring Specialist to assist Program Leads, the Director and the Board of Supervisors in the development and implementation of monitoring programs that assess the effectiveness of conservation practices implemented by the District. Serving as an integral member of a team of conservation professionals working both in the field and office. The position will assist with planning, organizing, and coordinating stream, wetland, soil, habitat and other monitoring programs and projects; organizing and coordinating public events; and assisting other staff in carrying out miscellaneous grant or contract-related tasks as part of the District’s annual plan of work. Click here for more information, including how to apply.