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Job Postings

Administrative Manager

Six Rivers Land Conservancy is seeking qualified candidates to fill the position of Administrative Manager.  The full time position is salaried with annual compensation range starting at $32,000, depending on experience; health insurance and paid vacation. Less than full time could be available depending on candidate need and expertise. 

Job Summary: Responsible for day to day office administration of a small, vibrant and fun nonprofit conservation organization including donor database management, office operations and general support of Board, Executive Director, program staff and volunteers.

Minimum qualifications include at least two years’ experience in an administrative support role and demonstrated mastery of the following:

  • Donor/sales database, such as SalesForce

  • QuickBooks

  • Microsoft Office Suite

  • Professional electronic communications including email and other electronic media

  • Support of office operations, preferably in the nonprofit realm

Please see full job description here.  To apply send letter of interest and resume to Danielle Devlin at ddevlin@sixriversrlc.org with the words "Administrative Manager" in the subject line.


Lake St. Clair Cisma Coordinator

On behalf of the Lake St. Clair Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area partners, Six Rivers Land Conservancy is  seeking a qualified candidate for the position of Lake Ct. Clair CISMA Coordinator.  For the full position description and application instructions, please click here.

Position: The Coordinator is a full-time leadership position that provides oversight and support for all CISMA projects. Duties include project and budget management, grant writing, administration and reporting; planning and leading monthly Steering Committee meetings; development and implementation of education and outreach; cooperative invasive species control; early detection/rapid response; data management and public/partner communication.  A strong willingness to work independently and inclusively is necessary.

The Coordinator reports to the LSC CISMA Executive Committee, and is an employee of Six Rivers Land Conservancy, the LSC CISMA fiduciary.

Qualifications:  Must possess experience with project management; writing and administering state, federal, and private grants; developing budgets; supervising staff and volunteers; and invasive species policy, management, and planning across political boundaries. Must possess an awareness of conservation issues as they relate to invasive species management; able to identify plant and animal species; able to use GIS software and interpret maps; skill in data collection and management; possess a willingness to obtain additional training; and able to work under minimal supervision. Must provide own transportation to various meeting locations. Must be willing and able to work a flexible schedule, including some evenings and weekends.

Please see link above to download a complete description with application instructions. Position open until filled. 


Stewardship intern

Six Rivers is looking for Stewardship Interns. For details on open internships, please click here.

STEWARDSHIP INTERNSHIP DETAILS

  • Adult with interest in nature and conservation.

  • Prior stewardship experience/knowledge of natural science field.

  • Terms of internship and work schedule are flexible.

  • Internship is unpaid; funding opportunities may arise and change status from unpaid to paid internship.

For consideration, please submit a letter of interest and resume to Danielle Devlin at ddevlin@sixriversrlc.org.