Interested in helping our nationally recognized nonprofit organization conserve Vermont’s farms and forests? We have two full-time vacancies in our Community Relations department, based in Montpelier.
The full-time Membership Coordinator will work closely with the Development Director and VP for Community Relations to recruit and retain members through effective marketing. He or she will also research and identify people and groups aligned with VLT’s mission and help develop and implement approaches to recruit new members through events around Vermont, fundraising mailings, direct relationship building, and recognition programs.
We invite applications from candidates who have a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, Communications, or a related field, along with three to five years of relevant development, marketing, or outreach experience. If you have another combination of education and experience that will be perfect – please tell us.
We offer an annual salary of $40,825 with excellent benefits and a work environment that values service, trust, communication, fairness, community, and learning and growth.
The full-time Communications Coordinator will support VLT’s internal and external communications work, including help with the production of print publications and e-newsletters, writing press releases, maintaining a media database and records, helping with website updates, and providing admin support to the department.
Ideal candidates will have a Bachelor’s degree in Communications, English, or a related field plus three years of relevant experience in publications, public relations, online media content development, marketing or fundraising. Excellent writing skills with attention to detail, grammar, and accuracy are essential for this position.
We offer an annual salary of $36,143 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
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