Three Open Job Postings for 2024

Looking for a rewarding career in conservation? Apply for one of our three job positions: Stewardship Field Coordinator, Seasonal Field Coordinator, or Development Staff Member. Apply by February 4. Positions will remain open until suitable candidates are selected.

Stewardship Field Coordinator

The Stewardship Field Coordinator (Steward) will be responsible for activities related to the management of the Land Trust’s fee-title properties and monitoring Conservation Easements. Priority management needs on Land Trust properties include invasive species control and annual monitoring visits. This position is a key part of the Stewardship team, working with oversight and management primarily from the Ecological Restoration Manager.

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Seasonal Stewardship Assistant

The Seasonal Stewardship Assistant (Steward) will be responsible for activities related to the management of the Land Trust’s fee-title properties. Priority management needs on Land Trust properties include invasive species control and infrastructure maintenance. This position is a key part of the Stewardship team, working with oversight and management primarily from the Ecological Restoration Manager.

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Development Staff Member

Door County Land Trust is offering a position as part of the trusted team who helps to engage members and enhances philanthropic support for the organization. The qualified candidate will support projects and programs related to the Land Trust’s membership program. The position requires attention to detail, strong interpersonal communication skills, and a collaborative mindset. A title for the job position will be selected based upon candidate qualifications. Candidates at all levels of experience are encouraged to apply.

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