Project Manager

Northcoast Regional Land Trust

Bayside, California

Job Type Permanent
Salary Details $26-$32 per hour, depending on experience
Required Experience 2 - 6 years

The Northcoast Regional Land Trust (NRLT) is seeking a detail-oriented, organized, and collaborative Project Manager focused on land conservation in northwestern California. Staff at NRLT enjoy an engaging work environment, excellent benefits, and a flexible schedule.

Staff are supported by, and get the opportunity to work with, a dynamic community of volunteers, landowners, and other land trust partners. We recognize that diverse perspectives and experience make the strongest teams and encourage people from all backgrounds to apply. 

The Project Manager is responsible for the development, implementation, management, and completion of complex land conservation, acquisition, and restoration projects. Specific duties include assessing the conservation merits of new projects, preparing grant applications and environmental reports, negotiating and drafting conservation easement terms, commissioning and overseeing the preparation of independent appraisals and other technical reports, and overseeing construction and restoration projects.

The Project Manager reports to the Executive Director and works collaboratively with other NRLT staff. This position requires a person who is organized, detail-oriented, team-driven, technologically savvy, enthusiastic and patient, and thrives in a dynamic environment.

With more land conservation projects in the works than ever before, new stewardship and restoration activities, and engaging education and community-centered conservation programs, we look forward to welcoming new team members who can hit the ground running during a very busy and exciting time and contribute their expertise to help grow the organization.


To download an application packet, please visit the Northcoast Regional Land Trust website at www.ncrlt.org. Applications will need to be submitted as a combined PDF via email.

For more information, contact Dan Ehresman, Executive Director, at 707-822-2242.

First review of applications is May 24, 2024.

When you apply, please indicate that you are responding to the posting on Conservation Job Board.

Category Admin & Leadership , General / Stewardship , Land Trust