Regional Stewardship Manager
Join the Vermont Land Trust's team of professionals and help advance land conservation in Vermont. Located in our Richmond office, our new Regional Stewardship Manager (RSM) will use their experience in natural resource management to:
- provide technical assistance to owners of conserved properties;
- monitor the status of VLT conservation easements; and
- conduct site work necessary to prepare documentation reports and maps for new conservation projects.
The successful candidate will have:
- a Bachelor's degree in agriculture, natural resource management or forestry, plus 2-3 years of relevant experience;
- excellent computer skills, including experience with ArcGIS software;
- the ability to interpret real estate and legal documents; and
- skills to deal effectively with landowners and to represent VLT to diverse groups of individuals and organizations.
We’d love to hear from applicants who are skillful at balancing work responsibilities in the field (in all of Vermont’s seasons) with duties in the office, and who enjoy working with technology and with people.
Application deadline: February 17, with an expected start date of early April, 2016. The annual salary for this 40-hour-per-week position is $41,642, plus an excellent benefits package.
A dynamic Executive Assistant is needed to serve as the right hand of President of the Vermont Land Trust, a national leader in land conservation located in Montpelier, VT.
The ideal candidate is a meticulously organized administrative professional who juggles multiple priorities with ease, has excellent communication and interpersonal skills, is proactive, exhibits personal responsibility and accountability, and whose work reflects a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail.
The full-time Executive Assistant will perform administrative duties while smoothing the way for the President to most effectively meet the organization’s programmatic and fundraising goals. The Executive Assistant will manage workflow in the President’s office, setting priorities and handling work efficiently without frequent or direct supervision. Research, problem solving and effective communication with a variety of internal and external stakeholders will be routine aspects of this position.
The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree and at least five years of experience providing high-level administrative support to senior executive. Another combination of education and experience providing comparable knowledge and skills may be substituted.
We offer an annual salary of $45,462 with excellent benefits and a work environment that values service, trust, communication, fairness, community, and learning and growth.
VLT is a statewide, member-supported, nonprofit land conservation organization. Since 1977, the Vermont Land Trust has permanently conserved working farms, productive forestland, and community lands. This conservation work changes the lives of families, invigorates farms, launches new businesses, maintains scenic vistas, encourages recreational opportunity, and fosters a renewed sense of community.
VLT is an Equal Opportunity Employer.