Job Opportunities

Dick Walker Photo / Courtesy of Flathead Land Trust

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.

Gallatin Valley Land Trust Seeks Seasonal Land Steward

See Attached PDF for details.

GVLT Seasonal Land Steward Job Announcement

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Bitter Root Land Trust Seeks Communications and Development Coordinator

The Communications and Development Coordinator increases BRLT’s visibility through development programs, outreach events, and communication channels. This position helps to develop and implement strategic communications plans to inspire and engage a growing constituency for conservation, creates an inclusive and welcoming organizational presence, and effectively demonstrate the impacts of Bitter Root Land Trust in the community we serve.

Reports to: Development Director

Status: 1.0 FTE

Salary: $40,000 – $47,500, depending on experience

Benefits:

Group Health Insurance with optional Health Savings Account
SIMPLE IRA with up to 3% Employer Match
Generous Leave Policy, including Personal, Parental, Medical, and Sabbatical
Flexible Scheduling

Click here for a complete position description and application instructions.

The application period closes April 12, applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

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Five Valleys Land Trust Seeks Associate Director

Five Valleys Land Trust is seeking a full-time Associate Director (AD). The AD works to integrate Five Valleys’ conservation initiatives with its financial initiatives. As a member of Five Valleys’ leadership team, the AD reports to the Executive Director. The primary responsibilities of the AD are two-fold: to work with the Conservation Program team to develop and manage conservation projects that meet Five Valleys’ strategic conservation goals; and, to work with the Development team to identify and pursue public and private funding for the Conservation Program.

Our Associate Director demonstrates a passion for our mission and the communities we serve and has experience in non-profit leadership, major gifts fundraising, conservation project management, and real estate transactions, in addition to excellent communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills. Five Valleys Land Trust works in a ten-county area of western Montana and is based in Missoula. Help us make a difference in the conservation of this irreplaceable landscape by reviewing our Position Announcement and submitting your application as directed. Application review will begin on March 29th, 2021. Position is open until filled.

Download the Associate Director Position Announcement (PDF)