Palouse Land Trust

Our mission is to conserve the open space, scenery, wildlife habitat, and water quality of the Palouse region for the benefit of current and future generations.

Palouse Land Trust Moscow, Idaho
Aug 06, 2018
Full time
The Palouse Land Trust (PLT) is seeking a highly-motivated, detail-oriented, and personable   Conservation Projects Manager   for a full-time position located in Moscow, Idaho, a community that is home to the University of Idaho and nearby Washington State University. The Palouse Land Trust is a non-profit organization that supports a collaborative work environment and commitment to diversity. The Conservation Projects Manager will report to the Executive Director and be an integral team member on a dedicated staff that is overseen by a volunteer board of directors. This position serves as the main point of contact to develop land protection projects and partnerships that further advance PLT’s work to conserve open space, working farm and ranchland, and important wildlife habitat in north-central Idaho and Whitman County, Washington. Responsibilities will also include ensuring that stewardship obligations on current easements are being met.  The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated ability to manage projects and grants with exceptional attention to detail and possess strong writing skills. Also, this position requires excellent interpersonal skills to develop and maintain professional and positive relationships with landowners, partners, and the community at large. The Conservation Projects Manager must uphold a personal commitment to the voluntary nature of land conservation and finding conservation options that work for private landowners. Applications are requested by end of day on  Sunday September 2, 2018.   This position may remain open beyond this date until a pool of qualified candidates is identified. Candidate review will begin prior to closing date, so early submissions are encouraged. See  full job description & how to apply    Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com