We’re looking for a Senior Conservation Project Manager!June 9, 2020
The Freshwater Trust (TFT), a Pacific Northwest-headquartered non-profit leader in quantified conservation, is seeking an experienced professional to manage large-scale conservation projects in California. This full-time position will work as part of TFT’s California team, but will coordinate closely with technical support staff in Portland, OR. TFT is currently focused on northern California projects, where we apply the principles of quantified conservation through contracting with municipal, governmental, and non-profit entities for regulatory compliance and watershed conservation. These programs are a key part of achieving TFT’s mission to increase the pace and scale of watershed conservation, and to ensure a future where clean, abundant freshwater resources support our environment, economy and society.
The Senior Conservation Project Manager will be responsible for the management of existing complex multi-benefit projects in northern California and will be in frequent contact with the technical team in Portland and Boise. This position will interact directly with partners and stakeholders and will have direct oversight of deliverables, timelines and budget. The Senior Conservation Project Manager will also support business development efforts that help forward strategic objectives, including occasional outreach to regulatory and conservation interests, grant support, development of work scopes, and other duties as assigned.
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The Freshwater Trust is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its selection of candidates for employment on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex or sexual orientation, marital status, disability, age, military service, family medical history, legal source of income, gender identity, political affiliation, or family leave obligations.
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