The Palouse Watershed Conservation Planner serves to conduct conservation planning to assist landowners with their conservation goals for improving conservation through voluntary conservation practice implementation. The Palouse Watershed Conservation Planner will work closely with local landowners, coworkers, conservation partners, and others to develop and implement voluntary conservation plans specific to each operator/landowner’s needs. Requires excellent communication skills in working with private landowners in a non-regulatory environment, along with knowledge of conservation planning, practices and conservation practice implementation. Reports to the Palouse Conservation District Conservation Partnership Manager.
Requirements: Associate’s degree in natural resources, agriculture, environmental science or closely related field and minimum two years’ experience working in conservation planning or project management for conservation practice implementation. Must be able to hike for extended periods and carry equipment over rough terrain, at times in inclement weather conditions. Full-Time, At-Will, Exempt status; Salary range $35,662-$45,057 (DOE) plus full benefits package. View complete job description below.
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