Montana Association of Land Trusts

Private Land Conservation

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Glenn Marx
Executive Director
PO Box 892
Helena, MT 59624
406-490-1659
montanamalt@q.com

Job Opportunities

Members of the Montana Association of Land Trusts have occasional job openings within the land trusts. Any current employment opportunities are listed below, with links to more information about the job opening.

Development Director, Bitter Root Land Trust

Situated between the gentle Sapphires and rugged Bitterroot Mountains and bisected by the Bitterroot River, the Bitterroot Valley is home to a tremendous diversity of fish and wildlife, from bighorn sheep and elk to cutthroat trout and bald eagles. Rich soils in the valley support the historic farms and ranches that shape the culture and character of our region. Located in Hamilton, MT, we are situated at the gateway to the Selway/Bitterroot Wilderness and a broad array of outdoor pursuits. Founded in 1996 by a group of local residents, the Bitter Root Land Trust is the only land trust focused exclusively on the needs and challenges of land conservation in the Bitterroot Valley. Since its inception, the Bitter Root Land Trust has grown its staff and community impact, earning a reputation for excellence (Accredited since 2013) in conservation in the intermountain west. The Development Director will join and support an existing staff of 5.5 FTE and a 12-member Board of Directors. For a full job description click here.


Executive Director, The Heart of the Rockies Initiative

The Heart of the Rockies Initiative (HOTR) Executive Director provides leadership and staff supervision to support achievement of the Heart of the Rockies Initiative’s vision, goals and strategies. Key responsibilities include foundation and major donor fundraising, coordinating and maintaining the HOTR membership and the Initiative’s many partnerships, developing and implementing a collaborative fundraising strategy for capital funding, increasing public funding in the region, science based conservation planning, and building the collective and individual organizational capacity of HOTR land trusts. Additionally the Executive Director is a champion for collaborative, community based conservation at landscape scale, and as such works with many partners to advance large landscape conservation. For a full job description click here.



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