VRC is hiring!

Monday, February 14th, 2022

Vermont River Conservancy is hiring a Conservation Program Manager, a position that will be integral to securing future protections for lands along Vermont’s waterways. They will initiate and manage conversations with communities, landowners, partners,  state agency staff and conservation donors, and will have primary responsibility  implementing land  conservation methods to secure new land protections at a watershed scale – from headwaters to river corridors to village and town riverfronts.  

The Conservation Program Manager helps ensure the success of completed  and developing conservation projects across Vermont with primary responsibility for two VRC Programs:  1)  Conservation Easement Stewardship and Monitoring and 2) River Corridor Easement Design and Implementation.

This is a “people person” role for someone who’s excited to be part of VRC’s dynamic staff and eager to build relationships with landowners and partners, yet also has high attention to detail to ensure timely project completion and high quality documentation. The ideal candidate will have experience with land trust tools such as conservation easements, baseline documentation, site assessment, and  GIS – although VRC recognizes that many qualified candidates may not have prior experience with all the skills, qualifications, and abilities included below. Candidates who feel they would thrive at VRC and who meet some portion of the criteria below are welcomed and encouraged to apply.

For details and application instructions, please download the full .pdf here.

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