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There may be a place for you on the Land Conservancy team.
We are conservationists, scientists, planners, lawyers, communicators, and businesspeople. We have come to care about our land from a variety of backgrounds: urban and rural, conservative and progressive. And we enthusiastically embrace the protection of land as our driving passion, our uniting element, our future.
Western Reserve Land Conservancy is a unique group of people from an impressive and diverse blend of backgrounds. A steadfast and passionate commitment to protecting land for the long-lasting health of our regional community is a must.
Opportunities at the Land Conservancy include: field office positions, development and fundraising, urban revitalization, stewardship, conservation planning, project management, public funding and shared services.
We are always looking for talented people to help advance our mission. If you're interested in a career with us, please contact us at email@example.com.
Urban Forestry & Natural Resources Project Manager
The Urban Forestry & Natural Resources Project Manager is responsible for forestry related activities that complement the strengths offered by various Land Conservancy programs. To accomplish this, the Urban Forestry & Natural Resources Project Manager manages the full range of activities required to implement targeted projects. Examples of projects include urban reforestation, stream restoration and land management. This requires setting goals, establishing timelines and budgets, collaborating with partners, coordinating activities across teams, and tracking progress and results. In addition to project management, the Urban Forestry & Natural Resources Project Manager will assist in grant writing, preparing reports, and maintaining accurate records across multiple projects. The Urban Forestry & Natural Resources Project Manager is a member of the land protection team and Thriving Communities staff and collaborates closely with partnering organizations. Demonstrated commitment to the Land Conservancy’s mission is essential.
Essential Functions & Experience:
Must have 5+ years’ work experience in forestry, urban forestry, natural resources or conservation. Bachelor’s or advanced degree from an accredited college in Forestry, Urban Forestry, Environmental Science or Natural Resources required. ISA Certified Arborist required; ISA Certified Municipal Arborist strongly preferred.
Email cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by August 1, 2014.