Executive Director, Klamath Lake Land Trust

Klamath Lake Land Trust (KLLT) is hiring an Executive Director to lead staff and board to develop and implement strategies to meet organizational, programmatic and fundraising goals. KLLT is looking for someone with five or more years of experience in management. The Executive Director is the public contact for KLLT and works to foster and maintain positive community relationships and partnerships. For more information, please check out the job description.

Volunteer Coordinator, Whatcom Land Trust

Whatcom Land Trust is seeking a Volunteer Coordinator to support the Land Trust’s land stewardship and community engagement programs under the supervision of the Stewardship Director. The Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for building and maintaining positive relationships with a diverse volunteer pool, coordinating volunteer events and activities, and working with volunteers and other Land Trust staff. For more information, please check out the job description.

Program Director - Northwest Parks for the People, The Trust for Public Land

The Trust for Public Land is hiring a Northwest Parks for the People Program Director. The Northwest Parks for People Program Director will oversee the strategy, design, and implementation of new and existing Parks for People programs to deliver on our mission of creating parks and protecting land for people, ensuring healthy, livable communities for generations to come. For more information, please check out the job description.

Project Manager, The Trust for Public Land

The Northwest Project Manager will deliver TPL’s mission of conserving land for people by utilizing nonprofit land acquisition techniques and sound business practices. The conserved lands include recreation, working (forest, farm), water resource land, as well as, open space and environmentally important land. This position generates revenue for The Trust for Public Land through the successful completion of real estate transactions associated with land protection projects. This position will be located in the Greater Portland Area and works throughout the states of Washington and Oregon. For more information, see the job description.

Administrative Assistant, The Trust for Public Land

The Trust for Public Land is hiring a Senior Administrative Assistant. The Senior Administrative Assistant provides office management support for the Northwest office as well as executive support to the Northwest Director. General office management support for the Northwest/Seattle office including: Provide the central point of contact for communication with property management and security related to office repairs, maintenance, and renovation activities. For more information, please check out the job description.

Membership and Donor Relations Manager, Chelan-Douglas Land Trust

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The Membership & Donor Relations Manager will be responsible for increasing member and donors support for the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust (CDLT). This position will implement strategies for recruiting new members and donors, increasing community and member engagement, as well as cultivating and soliciting members and donors through consistent and compelling outreach and fundraising appeals. This position also plans and executes member and donor events and provides support for CDLT Outreach objectives. For more information, please check out the job description.

Associate Director, Chelan-Douglas Land Trust

The Chelan-Douglas Land Trust (CDLT) seeks an Associate Director to help lead a growing and successful land conservation organization in North Central Washington. The CDLT has a solid record of community engagement, land protection, and stewardship.The Associate Director will partner closely with the Executive Director and senior staff to develop and manage the growth of the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust and its strategic response to an ever-increasing demand for the organization’s services. For more information, please check out the job description.

Office Manager, San Juan Preservation Trust

The San Juan Preservation Trust is seeking an Office Manager to handle a wide range of administrative, executive, and program support related tasks; creates office procedures to ensure organizational effectiveness, efficiency, and safety; develops intra-office communication protocols; streamlines administrative procedures; and acts as the organization’s human resources liaison. For more information, please check out the job description.

Major Gifts Officer, San Juan Preservation Trust

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The San Juan Preservation Trust (SJPT) is hiring a Major Gifts Officer to engage a core portfolio of 125-150 current and prospective major donors including identification, research, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship.  The Major Gift Officer maintains a portfolio of individuals and family foundations, and is called upon to engage and collaborate with SJPT board members, staff, and volunteers.  For more information, and to apply, please visit the job description.

Development and Communications Coordinator, Bainbridge Island Land Trust

The Bainbridge Island Land Trust is seeking a Development and Communications Coordinator. This position will lead the recruitment, engagement, and coordination of volunteers across the organization’s project and community engagement priorities, help meet annual development goals, and promote, coordinate mission-driven campaigns, fundraising, and educational events.  For more information, please review the job description.

Finance Associate, Bainbridge Island Land Trust

The Bainbridge Island Land Trust is seeking a Finance Associate. This person is responsible for providing regular bookkeeping entries, financial reporting, project grant tracking and invoicing, and budgeting support to the Executive Director and other organizational leadership, including the Finance Committee and Board of Directors. A successful applicant will have non-profit bookkeeping and/or accounting expertise and can input and maintain Land Trust financial/accounting activities following organizational policies and procedures and best financial management practices. This part-time position provides an opportunity for a detail-oriented and organized individual to serve an essential support role.  For more information, please review the job description.

Office Coordinator, Oregon Agricultural Trust

Oregon Agricultural Trust (OAT) is seeking an Office Coordinator. Job responsibilities include developing and implementing basic administrative protocols and procedures; administering payroll and benefits programs; coordinating with the bookkeeper; and record-keeping. OAT’s staff are currently working remotely. However, in 2022 OAT anticipates re-opening an office in Salem, OR. The Office Coordinator would be expected to work at that location at least 2 days per week, and the remainder of their time can be remote, if desired. For more information, please check out the job description.

Land Steward, Southern Oregon Land Conservancy

The Southern Oregon Land Conservancy (SOLC), based in Ashland, OR, is seeking a Land Steward to implement core elements of their conservation mission by conducting annual monitoring and follow up reporting for conservation easement properties. Duties include: maintaining positive relationships with land owners; assisting owners in meeting the terms of conservation easements and responding as needed to their requests regarding reserved rights and notice and approval of land management activities; assist in addressing potential or actual violations of easements; providing resources to landowners; coordinating work parties; and collaborating with partners, agencies and groups. For more information, please review the job description.

Land Protection Specialist, Inland Northwest Land Conservancy

Inland Northwest Land Conservancy is seeking a committed conservationist to protect important lands and waters in eastern Washington and northern Idaho. This is a unique opportunity to join a growing team of conservation professionals to help accelerate conservation outcomes in the Inland Northwest. This work is engaging, meaningful, challenging, and dynamic, and they are seeking a team member with dedication and focus who will bring energy and humor to the job. The work serves a diversity of partners and communities, and they hope to attract an individual who will assist in deepening the connections with and relevance to diverse constituencies. Of primary importance are relationships with the indigenous communities of the Spokane, Coeur d’Alene, and Kalispel Tribes. For more information, please review the job description.

AmeriCorps Restoration Specialist, Capitol Land Trust

Capitol Land Trust is seeking an AmeriCorps Restoration Specialist who is passionate about restoring ecosystems and working outdoors with people. The AmeriCorps Restoration Specialist will be responsible for recruiting and working with volunteers to restore degraded habitat on CLT conserved lands and provide opportunities to get youth engaged in the outdoors.  For more information, please review the job description.

Regional Director of Fundraising - Pacific Coast, The Conservation Fund

The Conservation Fund is hiring a Regional Director of Fundraising to create, manage and implement donor strategies for a large portfolio of major donors and supporting a portfolio of major donors managed by field staff across the West. The Regional Director of Fundraising, Pacific Coast will be based in the region working virtually from a home office. All locations within the Pacific West region will be considered.  For more information, please check the job decscription.

Stewardship Association AmeriCorps, Forterra

Forterra is recruiting three Washington Service Corps Individual Placement (IP) AmeriCorps members to join our team. The AmeriCorps Stewardship Associate positions support three Forterra Restoration and Stewardship programs: (1) Green City Partnerships, (2) Riparian Restoration Program; (3) Forterra Lands.  To apply and learn more information, please read the description.

Project Manager - Policy & Communities Programs, Forterra

Forterra is seeking a Project Manager. The Project Manager is responsible for supporting land use policy and community-building efforts that achieve policy-based goals outlined in Forterra’s mission. The position will support food systems programming and other community-based initiatives related to the creation of market-based tools and other innovative approaches for conservation, restoration, and growth management.  For details and to apply, please visit Forterra.

Senior Project Manager - Construction & Development, Forterra

Forterra is hiring a Senior Project Manager who will be responsible for the oversight of project design, engineering, permitting and entitlements of at least one and up to four real estate development projects. The Senior Project Manager will be initially responsible for work related to the 40 acre development of the Darrington Wood Innovation Center (“DWIC”) in Darrington, WA. Until further notice, this position is fully virtual, but will require frequent visits throughout Washington State utilizing safety protocols approved by Governor Inslee. For more information, please check the job description.

Executive Director, Siskiyou Land Trust

Siskiyou Land Trust (SLT) is seeking an energetic, collaborative, visionary Executive Director (ED) to lead a successful, growing organization into a dynamic future. This position provides an extraordinary opportunity for the next ED to focus on strategic direction and to coordinate with Board leadership in order to shape the evolution of SLT and assure its sustainability. For more information, please visit the job description.

Senior Development Manager, Washington Farmland Trust

The Washington Farmland Trust (WFT) is hiring a Senior Development Manager to help shape and advance the evolution of WFT’s community-centric approach to fundraising by helping identify opportunities to better align WFT’s fundraising strategies with community-centric principles, and helping invite participation in the mission from a more diverse base of supporters. For more information, please check the job description.

Development Manager, Washington Farmland Trust

The Washington Farmland Trust (WFT) is hiring a Development Manager to shape and implement WFT’s foundational annual fund activities. We are seeking a thought partner who approaches this work with compassion, vulnerability, empathy, curiosity, and humility. For more information, please see the job description.

Farm to Farm Coordinator, Washington Farmland Trust

The Washington Farmland Trust (WFT) is hiring a Farm to Farm Coordinator to help advance the organization and shape the evolution of WFT’s farmland access tools and programming to center the needs and barriers facing farmers from socially disadvantaged and marginalized communities. For more information, please check the job description.

Stewardship Coordinator, Washington Farmland Trust

The Washington Farmland Trust (WFT) is hiring for a new position of Stewardship Coordinator. The Coordinator works in partnership with farmers and landowners in their management of natural resources on properties conserved by WFT.  For more information, please check the job description.

AmeriCorps Stewardship Member, Lummi Island Heritage Trust

The Lummi Island Heritage Trust is hiring a Stewardship Member will serve with other staff, volunteers, donors and the public. The ability to be a friendly and authentic representative of our organization is important to success in the role. This is a 101⁄2-month position that will begin September 1, 2021. 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. For more information, please check out the job description.

Development Specialist, Blue Mountain Land Trust

Blue Mountain Land Trust is hiring a Development Specialist is responsible for supporting the organization’s fundraising development. The Specialist will lead development projects and processes, including appeals, solicitations, donor cultivation and grants. The Specialist will be responsible for the maintenance of the organization’s database and will create reports that support the success of the development department. She/he will assist with writing appeal letters, renewal and thank you letters, marketing emails, grants and other projects as needed. For more information, including how to apply, please see the job description. Open until filled.

Executive Director, San Juan Community Home Trust

The San Juan Community Home Trust is hiring an Executive Director.  There is tremendous need for affordable housing on San Juan Island, and San Juan Community Home Trust seeks a strong leader with a passion for that work to serve as its next Executive Director. The person selected for this role will enjoy the support of a highly engaged board of directors that is strongly committed to the Home Trust cause and whose individual members bring a number of specialized skills that add value to the organization and its work. For more information, including how to apply, please visit the job description.

Executive Director, Southeast Alaska Land Trust

The Southeast Alaska Land Trust is hiring an Executive Director who will be responsible for building and managing an annual budget, supervising staff, building and implementing an annual Development Plan, and overseeing the organization’s Land Conservation Program, In-Lieu Fee Mitigation Program, Stewardship Program, and Community Outreach and Engagement Program. For more information, including how to apply, please click here.