Since 1951, The Nature Conservancy has been doing work to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. As a science-based organization, we create innovative, on-the-ground solutions to our world’s toughest challenges so that we can create a world in which people and nature thrive.
The Maine Chapter is The Nature Conservancy's fourth oldest chapter, founded in 1956 by Rachel Carson and other leading Maine citizens concerned about the loss of wildlife habitat. More than 8,000 families, foundations and corporations have helped the Maine Chapter play a role in protecting over 2,400,000 acres of Maine's most important lands. The Conservancy owns and manages some 273,000 acres in Maine, including the largest system of nature preserves in the state.
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The Conservation Ecologist provides technical leadership and support to the Maine chapter of The Nature Conservancy by performing field and desktop natural resource assessments and evaluating protected area management and stewardship plans. The Conservation Ecologist will work on a team that supports TNC’s administration of MNRCP, which TNC administers on behalf of the Maine Department of Environmental Protection. Support for MNRCP will include: site visits and assessment of proposed and completed mitigation sites; field and desktop analysis of projects to determine natural resources present and ecological value; support of the MNRCP proposal review process; review of project restoration, monitoring, and management plans; program outreach; and communication with program partners, including state and federal agencies, municipalities, and non-profit conservation groups. The Conservation Ecologist will support TNC’s land management team by performing a variety of land management duties on TNC-managed properties around the state, including invasive species control, trail maintenance, boundary marking, ecological monitoring, and management plan review and revisions.
Skills & Experience
If your experience looks a little different from what we’ve identified and you think you can rock the role, we’d love to learn more about you.
Since 1951, The Nature Conservancy has been doing work to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. As a science-based organization, we create innovative, on-the-ground solutions to our world’s toughest challenges so…
To view the full position description and apply, please visit https://careers.nature.org. Applications will be reviewed in the order they’re received and the position will remain open until 11:59 pm EST on August 11, 2021. If you experience technical issues, please contact email@example.com.
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To view the full position description and apply, please visit https://careers.nature.org. Applications will be reviewed in the order they’re received and the position will remain…