Employment Opportunities

Trust for Public Land’s Thurston Hills Natural Area and Community Forest. Photo (c) Kiefel Photography

Southern Oregon Land Conservancy (Ashland) – Communications and Outreach Coordinator

Position Title: Communications and Outreach Coordinator
Location: Ashland, OR
Hours: Full-time
Salary: $30,600-$41,600, DOE
Application due: Priority deadline April 16th; open until filled
In collaboration with the Membership Director and Executive Director create, design and publish marketing materials and collateral that clearly communicates a unified message throughout the entire organization. Specifically, this position will help plan, market, and coordinate SOLC’s events; create communications; build volunteerism; and promote development and marketing initiatives in order to increase member and community involvement. Assist the Membership Director in the coordination and implementation of fundraising activities and donor database management (DonorPerfect). Collaborate with all staff to facilitate effective organization website content, updates, and utilization. The position will manage initiatives to promote and reinforce SOLC as a valued regional land trust.
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Ducks Unlimited is hiring for two positions in Oregon

Washington Association of Land Trusts (Seattle, WA) – Executive Director

Position Title: Executive Director
Location: Seattle, WA
Hours: Full-time
Salary: $60,000 – $75,000, DOE
Application due: May 3rd
WALT is seeking an exceptional Executive Director to build on past significant success and to lead the association to new levels of achievement. The Executive Director will work with a supportive board, manage and collaborate with a small staff, cultivate engaged donors and help us achieve our next stage of growth. Most importantly, this is an opportunity to do meaningful work advancing the conservation and stewardship of what is, unequivocally, one of the most beautiful and vibrant places on the planet.
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McKenzie River Trust (Eugene) – Finance Manager

Position Title: Finance Manager
Location: Eugene, OR
Hours: Full-time
Salary: DOE
Application due: May 7th
The Finance Manager develops revenue and budget strategies, tracks and reports budget performance, and implements all financial functions of the McKenzie River Trust.
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Chelan Douglas Land Trust (Wenatchee, WA) – Associate Director

Position Title: Associate Director
Location: Wenatchee, WA
Hours: Full-time
Salary: $55-70,000 per year, DOE
Application due: June 1st
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Associate Director will have both internal and external responsibilities, focusing on three key areas: 1) program leadership (implementation of key strategic plan elements); 2) human resource management (supervising and mentoring); and 3) grant management and donor cultivation and support. 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.  Specific duties will be designed in a fashion that takes maximum advantage of individual skill sets and complements the roles of existing senior staff.
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Sustainable Northwest (Portland) – Green Markets Associate

Position Title: Green Markets Associate
Location: Portland
Hours: Full-time
Salary: $45-50,000 per year, DOE
Application due: June 1st
The Green Markets Associate is focused on entrepreneurial provision of technical assistance and market development services for wood products businesses in the Pacific Northwest.
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Wild Rivers Land Trust (Port Orford) – Conservation Director

Position Title: Conservation Director
Location: Port Orford, OR
Hours: Full-time
Salary: $45,000-$55,000 depending on experience.
Application due: Open until filled
The Conservation Director develops and implements the Trust’s Conservation Plan, and initiates and manages land protection projects through community collaboration. This includes: developing conservation strategies and landowner contacts; easement and fee title negotiations, acquisitions/easements, monitoring, and stewardship; grant writing in support of conservation projects. The Director works closely with the Executive Director and the Development Specialist to integrate conservation objectives in the Trust’s outreach, fundraising, and communications work plans.
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