Conservation Program Manager
SUMMARY OF POSITION:
LRLT seeks a highly motivated, organized, ingenious individual with excellent communication skills to fill the critical position of Conservation Program Manager (CM) and lead our Conservation Program. This person will be responsible for initiating, advancing, and completing land conservation projects, primarily conservation easements and fee title purchases. As an ambassador for LRLT, the CD must be able to seek and develop strong, positive relationships and partnerships with private landowners; community and conservation groups; local, state and government agencies; and be able to work with elected officials. The person must have a deep commitment to private land conservation and agriculture, on the ground experiences working in a rural landscape, and experience drafting legal documents or completing real estate transactions. In addition to leading land conservation projects, this person must have knowledge of local conservation and resource values and be able to use this knowledge to set strategic conservation priorities across our service area and independently develop budgets and work plans for the conservation program. This position also includes fundraising, including researching, writing, and securing grant funding for projects and working with foundations and major donors interested in supporting our conservation program. This person will join a small team and can expect to have an integral role in larger organizational fundraising, communications, and outreach as well. The position is full time and will require occasional evening and weekend hours and may have supervisory duties in the future.
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