Program Manager - Land Conservation Program


Job Type

Full Time

Salary

Details: Competitive salary commensurate with experience and qualifications

Published:

03/28/2018

Start Date:

06/01/2018

Application Deadline:

04/30/2018

Address

113 Brattle Street
Cambridge
MA
02138-3400
United States

Description

Assist and, in appropriate circumstances, take the lead in the development of projects, programs and practices that advance the goals of the Land Conservation Program within the Department of Planning and Urban Form at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.


At present, the projects that comprise the Land Conservation Program include the following:


·       International Land Conservation Network (ILCN)

·       ALPINE Network (Academics for Land Protection in New England)

·       Kingsbury Browne Fellowship and liaison with the Land Trust Alliance

·       Conservation Scholars project and

·       Peer Learning Initiative associated with the University of Montana.


Specific activities include:


1.    Work with the Program leadership to develop and regularly monitor ILCN and other program budgets

2.    Assist in developing national and international networks of experts and potential partners from around the world for the ILCN and other projects

3.     Primary responsibility for developing and implementing ILCN and other project communications, including

a.      Responsibility for producing and distribution e-newsletters, including developing and writing the stories and all aspects of production

b.     Responsibility for all aspects of the respective websites, including liaison with our website design company for updates and maintenance, and developing additional materials for the website

4.     Develop exchange programs/study tours, as funding is available, to allow conservation practitioners to learn from other countries/regions;

5.     Continual improvement of the ILCN census, including additional survey information and translation of data to the website, and outreach to organizations who may be interested in becoming part of ILCN;

6.     Assist in development of ILCN and other program priority projects such as a webinar series, curriculum offerings, and other possible program offerings;

7.     Participating in planning and program development for conferences and meetings;

8.     Organize and lead ILCN and other project Steering Committee and Advisory Council conference calls, provide minutes and track follow-up actions

9.     Assist in developing and writing proposals for donors and foundations and in providing reports and follow up materials as requested; take initiative in identifying, contacting, cultivating and following up on development prospects;

10.  Assist and take the lead in other projects as requested. 

11.  Participate in Lincoln Institute work group and task force assignments, and other institute-wide initiatives and administrative efforts, as requested by supervisor.


Essential Traits and Capabilities

·       Strong familiarity with the field of land conservation in the public, private and non-profit sectors; working comprehension of key concepts in the areas of conservation finance, land management and stewardship, conservation law and policy, and organizational management and governance

·       Strong written and oral communication skills

·       Strong organizational skills and ability to meet deadlines

·       Attention to detail and follow-through

·       Problem-solving skills - able to find new solutions to problems

·       Creative and proactive on taking initiative to improve programs

·       Positive “can-do” approach to work and team spirit

·       Efficient, able to prioritize and multi-task

·       Ability to effectively interact with colleagues from different cultures and backgrounds, responding to different expectations and work styles

·       Able to travel both within and outside the US

·       Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks simultaneously

·       Flexible, adaptable, well-organized, dependable, tactful

Benefits

generous benefits, including paid time off for holidays and vacation, health coverage, employer-matched retirement plan.

Level of Language Proficiency

• Language competencies in addition to English preferred, especially Spanish and/or French

Professional Level

None specified

Minimum Education Required

Master's degree

How To Apply

administration@lincolninst.edu

https://www.lincolninst.edu/program-manager-land-conservation-programs

To apply, please send resúmé, cover letter, and three references as one PDF to administration@lincolninst.edu The PDF file should be named as follows: LastName_FirstName_Land Conservation, Program Manager.pdf. Please ensure that the subject line of your email includes the text "Land Conservation Program Manager." The position is open until filled. The Lincoln Institute will begin reviewing resúmés and requesting interviews immediately.


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