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Falmouth Land Trust

Stewardship Coordinator (half-time temporary)

The Falmouth Land Trust is seeking to fill the role of Stewardship Coordinator.  This is a half-time position that will run for approximately 4 months. The position is focused on several aspects of land trust land management including trail and access improvements, conservation easement baseline and monitoring, and work with volunteers. The work involves significant office and computer time as well as outdoor duties. The right candidate will be someone who has a basic grasp of land trust responsibilities, enjoys being part of a small and energetic team, and cares about fostering grassroots conservation. The Stewardship Coordinator must be equally comfortable working independently and leading a group.

The Stewardship Coordinator will work independently or with volunteers and stewards to maintain trails, help to manage invasive species, monitor easements, manage fee lands, oversee seasonal property maintenance, develop management plans, and perform other office related record keeping tasks as requested. The Stewardship Coordinator will staff the Stewardship Committee, organize meetings, volunteer work, and galvanize community groups to build volunteer capacity and engagement.

The position requires a working knowledge of natural resources, excellent people skills, volunteer management abilities, strong organizational, verbal, and written communication skills.  The ability to work with Google Suite is important. GIS skills are highly desirable.

The Stewardship Coordinator must be a self-directed, mature, problem solver with good judgement.  A sense of humor and ability to have fun is important. Vehicle and mobile phone required. The position is somewhat flexible up to (20 hours/week) including some evening and weekend work.  It is envisioned as a 4 month position, but could be extended.

To Apply:  Please send CV and cover letter to  Please include availability/timing to begin the position and three professional references.