Stewardship and Trails Project Manager - Tenders Global

Stewardship and Trails Project Manager

Chelan-Douglas Land Trust

The Chelan-Douglas Land Trust (CDLT) seeks a Stewardship and Trails Project Manager to work with stakeholders to implement land stewardship and trails projects on CDLT owned lands. This person will develop projects, seek funding, hire sub-contractors, and provide design and construction oversight.

In the last decade, CDLT has protected 26,000 acres in North Central Washington by working with willing landowners to buy property or secure conservation easements on high quality habitat. CDLT currently manages over 6,000 acres of eastside Cascades forest and shrub steppe habitat and these lands include over 40 miles of recreational trails. The Stewardship and Trails Project Manager will work closely with the Director of Climate, Access, and Stewardship to identify and implement high priority projects consistent with the 2022-2026 Strategic Plan, site stewardship plans, and regional trail planning documents. Depending upon experience and expertise, this project manager would oversee trail, forest health, and/or riparian restoration projects. We are seeking an enthusiastic person with experience and interest in land stewardship and outdoor recreation to develop and coordinate existing and new projects.  Candidates should have technical and social skills necessary to develop and manage projects in a rural area.

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Please send a cover letter and résumé to the email below by December 22, 2023. Be sure that the cover letter and resume describe your project management experience with respect to trails, forest health, and/or riparian restoration projects.

Email application to: [email protected]  and also mail a hard copy.

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