Conservation Coordinator

Interior Alaska Land Trust

Fairbanks, Alaska

Job Type Permanent
Salary Details $15-$25/hr depending on experience
Required Experience 0 - 1 years

The Conservation Coordinator will work with the public, landowners, and government groups to conserve open space in the Fairbanks area. The Conservation Coordinator will work on a part-time contract basis, providing his/her own work space, computer and internet access, and be supervised by the Interior Alaska Land Trust Board of Directors.


  • Maintain the Land Trust web site and post current content on Facebook page and Instagram account
  • Organize several outreach events per year
  • Create and send out an annual newsletter, with help from the board
  • Maintain spreadsheet of properties and their status on conservation checklist
  • Contact landowners – respond to those that contact IALT and initiate contact with those whose land we’d like to conserve, moving them along the conservation checklist:
  • Monitor properties, utilizing and building on volunteer monitors
  • Apply for two (or more) grants per year
  • Attend monthly meetings of the Interior Alaska Land Trust Board of Directors and report activities


  • Increase land conserved and well-stewarded
  • Increase awareness of IALT land conservation
  • Increase donations
  • Increase grant income
  • Position IALT for re-accreditation in 2021-22

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