Employment Opportunity: Conservation Project Manager
Location: Jackson, Wyoming with possibility for some remote work
Supervisor: Vice President
Work Schedule: 30-32 hours/week
Salary: Dependent on experience
Benefits: JHLT offers an excellent benefits package including health care, retirement, and housing stipend of $400/month.
Mission: To protect and steward the treasured landscapes of Northwest Wyoming.
Position Description: The Jackson Hole Land Trust has an opening for a salaried position as a Conservation Project Manager. This role assists the Vice President in the administration of the Land Protection Program. He or she will work closely with the Vice President and assist in the completion of conservation easement transactions as well as assist with stewardship, fundraising, and communications, as needed.
Ideal Candidate: The ideal candidate must have extensive experience with land conservation transactions. They should have managed projects from the development stage through closing, having negotiated conservation easement transactions, managed landowner relationships, conducted due diligence, grant written to fund projects, drafted conservation easements, and managed grants and funder relationships. They have exceptional interpersonal and written communications skills, high attention to detail, and are extremely organized. The successful candidate has a passion for conservation in northwest Wyoming and will thrive in a fast-paced environment working closely with the Vice President, current Conservation Project Manager, and the JHLT team.
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JHLT is committed to enhancing diversity in our organization and in land conservation. Multiple perspectives help strengthen our work as an organization and enhance engagement with and empowerment of communities currently underrepresented in the conservation sector.
Candidates for employment shall be considered without regard to race, creed, color, gender, age, marital status, disability, national origin, sexual orientation, religion, ancestry, or political affiliation.
Ability to perform tasks requiring moderate physical exertion, outdoors, in all weather conditions may be an essentially related job function and a workplace condition. Acknowledging the benefits of a diverse, equitable, and inclusive work environment, the JHLT utilizes hiring practices that promote and ensure access to a broad range of candidates.
To apply, please send cover letter and resume to [email protected] by May 27. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. No calls please.