Public Lands Manager

The Public Lands Manager is a strategic leader on NCLC’s stewardship team, responsible for overseeing the management of NCLC’s fee-owned preserves, including its 21 public nature preserves. The Public Lands Manager’s responsibilities include overseeing stewardship projects in a variety of conditions and habitats; trail maintenance and construction; managing regular property maintenance schedules, including mowing schedules, and annual rare and invasive plant management; hiring and overseeing contractors to achieve NCLC’s conservation objectives; providing stewardship support on NCLC’s agricultural lands; and managing NCLC’s hunting program. The Public Lands Manager will also oversee the summer intern and volunteer programs as they relate to NCLC’s public preserves and other fee-owned lands.

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To apply, submit a resume and cover letter to work@ctland.org.