Protecting the Golden State’s working rangelands for generations to come is a monumental goal. Playing a key role in accomplishing that goal can be a personal gratifying achievement for many people. Now there is an opportunity to play that role and feel the pride of knowing you helped permanently conserve thousands of acres of valuable rangelands throughout California.
At the California Rangeland Trust, we work with California ranching families and future generations to preserve our Golden State’s rangeland, air and water quality, wildlife habitat, and local food supplies. The Rangeland Trust is a non-profit organization founded by a group of innovative cattlemen and cattlewomen in 1998, to conserve the open space, natural habitat and stewardship provided by California’s ranches. We are pleased to have helped permanently protect over 300,000 acres of privately-owned rangeland.
The Rangeland Trust is seeking a Land Transactions Coordinator to join its team of conservation professionals as it works to protect the next 300,000 acres of valuable working rangelands. The position coordinates with the landowners and grant makers for conservation easement transactions at all stages of the process, from acceptance of the application to recording the conservation easement. Equally important will be the Land Transactions Coordinator’s role in building relationships with private and public funding sources.
The ideal candidate will have at least 4-6 years of conservation easement experience or comparable transactional real estate expe`rience. A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree is required, preferably in business- or conservation-related fields. A competitive salary DOE and excellent benefits package available.
For more information on the Land Transactions Coordinator position and to learn more about the California Rangeland Trust, please see our website, http://rangelandtrust.org/about-us/job-opportunities.html. To apply, please send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.