Land Management & Trails Coordinator
Interested in a career with Conserving Carolina? We are looking for a qualified individual to take on the role of “Land Management & Trails Coordinator.” The Land Management and Trails will be responsible for working with the Natural Resources Manager and other land management and trails staff to monitor the conditions of and implement management practices on Conserving Carolina’s preserves and trails.
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To apply, please send your Resume, Cover Letter, and 2 References to [email protected] with the subject line “Land Management & Trails Coordinator.” Application deadline is January 14, 2023.
AmeriCorps Project Conserve Members
Do you want to serve communities while exploring a career in conservation? Through AmeriCorps, you have the opportunity to grow your skills, improve people’s lives, and protect the amazing natural world of Western North Carolina.
Conserving Carolina leads two conservation-focused AmeriCorps programs in Western North Carolina: Project Conserve and Summer of Service. Project Conserve members dedicate themselves to a full-time, 6-month. Project Conserve positions are available at 2 conservation organizations throughout Western North Carolina. The 6-month terms serve from February 1st, 2023 to July 31, 2023.
In addition to the Conserving Carolina AmeriCorps positions, there are opportunities at a total of 12 conservation partners in WNC.
Conserving Carolina is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Conserving Carolina prohibits any discrimination in carrying out its mission on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national or ethnic origin, disability, sexual orientation or marital status. This includes all programs, projects, events and any other related activity sponsored by Conserving Carolina.
Conserving Carolina recognizes and honors diverse cultures and traditions. Conserving Carolina proactively seeks individuals for all aspects of its work from varied backgrounds for the greater enrichment of the organization. It is the goal of Conserving Carolina to have a membership, staff, volunteer base, and board that reflects the diversity of ethnic and demographic groups of our service area, and for Conserving Carolina programs to encourage involvement of groups that are underrepresented in Conserving Carolina.
As an Employer of National Service, Conserving Carolina recognizes the unique skills of national service alumni. Accordingly, AmeriCorps alumni, returned Peace Corps volunteers, and other national service participants are encouraged to apply to our job openings. Conserving Carolina’s staff includes ten national service alumni.