Job Opportunities with MALT
Reports to: Land and Water Conservation Director
Hours: Seasonal (May 1, 2017 – September 30, 2017) NTE 40 hours per week.
Position is open to start earlier in 2017.
Conservation Easement Monitoring:
- Write Conservation Easement monitoring visit notification letters.
- Confirm Conservation Easement monitoring visit dates with landowners.
- Prepare for Conservation Easement monitoring visits:
- Print forms.
- Load GPS.
- Review Maps.
- Review Conservation Easement Monitoring Plan.
- Review Conservation Easement Summary.
- Review past year’s Monitoring Reports
- Conduct Conservation Easement monitoring visits:
- Complete landowner interview, update landowner contact information.
- Take photos at designated GPS points.
- Record field notes.
- Track expenses, time and mileage.
- Complete Conservation Easement monitoring reports:
- Prepare draft report and transmittal letter.
- Upload photos.
- Update GPS points and map.
- Upload GPS points and map.
- Obtain report and transmittal letter approval by Land Conservation Director and Executive Director.
- Make corrections to report if necessary.
- Copy, scan and upload report to required locations.
- Mail copy of report to landowner.
- Assist in the maintenance of Conservation Easement monitoring files.
- Prepares Photo Point Maps for monitoring reports.
- Assists with maintaining GPS files.
- Assist with the development and application of the organization’s database, Salesforce.
- Performs other duties as requested by the Executive Director.
- Prepares for re-accreditation with the Land Trust Accreditation Commission.
- Assists Land and Water Conservation Director in Land Team activities.
- Acts as ‘Project Manager’ for certain projects on Pennsylvania Mountain and North Floyd Hill.
- Develop and implement the ‘Connecting Youth’ program on North Floyd Hill.
- 4-wheel drive or high clearance AWD vehicle required.
Education, Technology Skills and Physical Abilities
- Background or education in Natural Resources or related field.
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite necessary.
- Knowledge of ESRI ArcGIS v. 10.4, field GPS units and Google Earth necessary.
- Knowledge and/or experience with digital photography and iPad necessary.
- Ability to work independently in the field necessary.
- Able to travel across rough mountainous terrain by foot and/or by operating 4-wheel drive or AWD vehicles.
$15 per hour and mileage re-imbursement while performing actual duties as outlined above.
No housing offered.
Send resume, cover letter and three references to [email protected], Attn: Land Steward, by March 31, 2017. In the cover letter describe in detail:
- Coursework you feel would help you in this position.
- Outdoor/Field experiences you feel would help you in this position.
- Experience you having working with landowners.
- Biggest challenges you anticipate with this position.
- Your short-term and long-term employment goals.
- Why you think you would be a good fit for this position.
Mountain Area Land Trust
P.O. Box 4063
Evergreen, Colorado 80437-4063
Physical: 3721 Evergreen Parkway, Suite 1, Evergreen, CO 80439
Office: (303) 679-0950