Are you interested in helping our nationally recognized nonprofit organization conserve Vermont’s farms and forests? The Vermont Land Trust seeks to fill a full-time position of Regional Stewardship Manager to focus on forest stewardship. The successful candidate will bring a background in forestry and natural resource management that includes the skills to:
A successful candidate will have the following:
This position will be based in our Montpelier headquarters, beginning January 5, 2015. If you are skilled at balancing field and office responsibilities, and can combine working with technology and people, we want to talk with you.
Successful candidates are self-starters who also work well as members of a team. If you have a good understanding of, and interest in, the land conservation work of VLT, as well as ability to communicate and build excitement around that work, we want to hear from you.
Annual salary of $40,825 plus an excellent benefits package.
VLT is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Vermont Land Trust (VLT) is a member-supported, nonprofit land conservation organization operating five regional offices throughout the state. Since 1977, VLT has permanently conserved more than 1,800 parcels of land covering 540,000 acres, or nearly nine percent of the private, undeveloped land in the state. The conserved land includes more than 800 working farms, hundreds of thousands of acres of productive forestland, and numerous parcels of community land. VLT provides technical and legal assistance to individuals, communities and local land trusts to help them achieve their conservation objectives. The VLT stewardship program is responsible for long-term monitoring of easements to ensure that the conservation goals are upheld in perpetuity. This conservation work changes the lives of families, invigorates farms, launches new businesses, maintains scenic vistas, encourages recreational opportunities, and fosters a renewed sense of community.
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