Eastern Sierra Land Trust is hiring! We have two opportunities available, and are looking to add enthusiastic new members to our team as soon as possible. The open positions Lands Conservation Program Manager and Membership & Development Coordinator are ideally suited for individuals with a diverse set of skills, a talent for multi-tasking and working independently, and an ability to thrive in ESLT’s fast-paced, dynamic office environment here in Bishop, CA.

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Eastern Sierra Land Trust is looking to hire two new team members to help protect the Eastern Sierra’s cherished wild and working lands.

If you care deeply about the future of the Eastern Sierra and are dedicated to protecting our region’s unique rural character, read through the job descriptions and see if we might be a good fit for your expertise. Think you might know someone suited for one of these roles? Please forward this post to a friend!

The Lands Conservation Program Manager will be a full-time staff member committed to leading ESLT’s efforts to identify opportunities to protect land in the region and execute land transactions that will preserve the Eastern Sierra’s natural and agricultural values. He or she will work closely with landowners and will collaborate with State and Federal agencies and land conservation entities to manage fee title and conservation easement projects and secure necessary funding. Click Here to read the full job description.

The Membership & Development Coordinator will be a part-time position, or full-time for the right candidate. This person will be responsible for leading ESLT’s membership program and organizational fundraising strategies, including membership management and cultivation, donor database management, major donor and foundation research, special events, planned giving, and business sponsorships. Click Here to read the full job description.

Salary for both positions is commensurate with experience and skills, with paid leave and health benefits. Both positions will be open until filled.

Not familiar with Eastern Sierra Land Trust? To learn more about ESLT’s important land conservation work, please visit our website.