The Conservation Project Manager plays a critical role in The Land Conservancy’s acquisition of new conservation lands and stewardship of existing protected lands. This person is responsible for land conservation acquisition project development, grant writing and project funding management, conservation easement drafting, baseline documentation reports, fee land stewardship plans, conservation easement monitoring assistance, and on-going landowner and partner relations.

The Land Conservancy is a highly successful, nationally accredited, 501c3 non-profit land trust based in San Luis Obispo on the Central Coast of California. This position will offer opportunities for personal and professional development and is a great opportunity to join a respected organization on interesting and exciting projects.

This is a full time, non-exempt (40 hours/week) ongoing position. Starting compensation ranges from $26 to $34/hour, depending on experience. A competitive benefits package includes health insurance, participation in the company’s 401K plan, 21 days paid time off to start, 10 paid holidays, and a flexible work environment.

To Apply: Submit a resume, cover letter, and completed employment application via email to hr@lcslo.org

Employment applications can be downloaded or picked up at The Land Conservancy office in San Luis Obispo. Applications may also be submitted in person at our office, by mail, or via fax.

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