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The Washington State Conservation Commission uses this page to share job recruitment notices from our agency and conservation districts. Not all conservation districts post their job openings here. Please contact individual conservation districts for more information.

Facilities & Property Maintenance Manager

Pierce Conservation District

Pierce Conservation District seeks F/T Facilities & Property Maintenance Manager. *Position closes 11/30!*

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Primary responsibility of this position is to ensure all District properties are properly cared for, and that staff has quality and performing tools, functioning vehicles, and a professional work environment. Minimum requirements include working knowledge of maintenance and repairs on common tools, service-oriented attitude and constructive problem-solving skills, and wide range of building and equipment maintenance repair skills.

Starting annual salary is between $51,845 - $59,310 depending on qualifications and experience, with competitive benefits. See the full position description linked below for more information.

Submit cover letter and resume along with three (3) professional references by 4pm on November 30th to:

Pierce Conservation District Attn: Facilities Maintenance Hiring Manager, P.O. Box 1057, Puyallup, WA 98371.

The Asotin County Conservation District is accepting applications for a Resource Technician.

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The person in this position will work closely with local landowners, coworkers, conservation partners, and others to develop and implement voluntary conservation plans specific to each landowner’s needs and resource concerns. This position’s primary responsibility will be coordinating the District’s Bighorn Sheep Health Outreach Program and Non-Commercial Small Farm Program.

View the full Resource Technician Position Description linked below.

Required Application Material

  • Cover Letter
  • Resume
  • ACCD Application (linked below)

Application Packages may be submitted in person*, by mail or by email**:

Asotin County Conservation District

1397 Port Drive

Clarkston, WA 99403

jobs@asotincd.org

**Application packages submitted by email will receive an email confirmation within 2 working days.

Incomplete application packages will not be considered.

Starting compensation will be $17.00 per hour DOQ/DOE plus a benefit package. Benefits include paid sick and vacation leave, health (medical, vision and dental) insurance, 11 paid holidays per year and optional DCP retirement plan participation.

This is a full time, non-exempt position.  Regular work schedule is Monday – Friday, 8 am to 4:30 pm with a 30-minute unpaid lunch.  Additional evening and weekend work is required occasionally and may require overnight travel.    

The position will remain open until filled. Applications will be opened as received.

Business & Operations Assistant

Snohomish Conservation District

The Snohomish Conservation District has an opening for a full time Business & Operations Assistant.

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As part of the District Operations team, this entry level position assists with a wide range of customer service, administrative, financial, and operational tasks in support of all District programs. A strong candidate will have strong organizational skills, excellent accuracy and attention to detail, the ability to work independently to meet deadlines, and a customer-oriented and collaborative approach.

Initial review of applications will begin Monday, December 5, 2022. Applications accepted until position is filled.

A full position description and application instructions are available at: https://snohomishcd.org/employment.

Community Conservation Program Manager

Snohomish Conservation District

The Snohomish Conservation District has an opening for a full time Community Conservation Program Manager to provide programmatic oversight, project management, and staff supervision for the Snohomish Conservation District’s Community Conservation Program.

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The Community Conservation Program Manager will provide technical oversight to staff, ensure high quality customer service is maintained, and support partnership building efforts for each of the programmatic elements. A successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in natural resources, urban planning, or a related field, proven leadership abilities, and five years of related professional experience, preferably working in the environmental field.  

Initial review of applications will begin Monday, November 28, 2022. Applications accepted until position is filled.

A full position description and application instructions are available at: https://snohomishcd.org/employment.

The Snohomish Conservation District has an opening for a full time Event Coordinator to produce and manage high-quality virtual and in-person events, including webinars, farm tours, fairs, workshops, planting and gleaning events, and more!

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The Event Coordinator engages the community and encourages conservation through strategic events produced by SCD and with partner organizations. A successful candidate will have at least three years of professional experience in event coordination, preferably working in the environmental field.  

Initial review of applications will begin Monday, November 21, 2022. Applications accepted until position is filled.

A full position description and application instructions are available at: https://snohomishcd.org/employment.

Community Conservation Crew Member

Snohomish Conservation District

The Snohomish Conservation District (SCD) has openings for two full time Community Conservation Crew Member positions!

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The SCD conservation crew works year-round on natural resource concerns in urban, residential, and rural areas. This position will assist with the implementation of green stormwater infrastructure (GSI), urban agriculture, and habitat restoration projects in Snohomish County and Camano Island. Strong candidates will be motivated to work as part of a team, be comfortable working outside, and have a passion for conservation projects.

This position is open until filled but priority will be given to applications received by Monday, November 7, 2022.

A full position description and application instructions are available at: https://snohomishcd.org/employment

Education Specialist

Okanogan Conservation District

The Okanogan Conservation District is seeking a highly motivated and skilled individual to join the district as an Education Specialist.

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The Education Specialist will deliver quality natural resource and conservation education experiences to Okanogan County youth in pre-K through 12th grades. These programs are conducted in classrooms, outdoor settings, and community learning events, such as the Okanogan County Fair.  Full announcement and position descriptions can be found on the Okanogan CD website at: https://www.okanogancd.org/news.

Open until filled, first review November 10, 2022.

Finance and Operations Manager

Clark Conservation District

The Clark Conservation District is hiring a Finance and Operations Manager!

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The Finance and Operations Manager is a key member of the District’s Management Team and is responsible for supporting the District’s fiscal and administrative operations and procedures. This person must be organized and highly adaptable to changing priorities, tight deadlines, and interruptions to workflow.

Position Type: Regular, Full-Time Salaried, Exempt, with Benefits

Compensation: Starting at $70,000 annually, depending on experience

Start Date: ASAP

More information about this position and how to apply can be found in the position announcement linked below.

Conservation Planner

Palouse Conservation District

The primary focus of the Conservation Planner is to work closely with Palouse CD Conservation Resource staff, local landowners, and conservation partners to develop and implement voluntary conservation plans. This position provides technical assistance, collects data, runs tools and models, helps write and manage/implement grants, maintains equipment, and conducts outreach to support voluntary conservation on private land.

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FTE: Full Time (40 hours/week)

Compensation: Starting at $21.51/hour (depending on experience)

Position Type: Regular (benefit eligible)

Details about this position and how to apply can be found in the position announcement linked below.

Conservation Specialist (TERM)

Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District is offering an opportunity to begin a career in land conservation.

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This position serves as a Conservation Specialist for the Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District (District), This is an “At-Will,” non-exempt, full-time position subject to available funding and the General Employment Policies of the District.

The Conservation Specialist evaluates natural resources (soil, water, animals, plants, and wildlife) on rural properties. He/she provides planning and technical assistance to individual landowners for the successful development and installation of conservation practices to conserve natural resources.

More information about this position can be found in the announcement linked below and on the Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District website.

Voluntary Stewardship Program Coordinator

Foster Creek Conservation District

The District is looking for a Voluntary Stewardship Program (VSP) Coordinator to support all aspects of Douglas County’s VSP Plan, approved in April 2018.

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This position will provide day-to-day coordination and oversight to ensure successful implementation of the VSP work plan throughout Douglas County

Range: Full time, non-exempt

Compensation: Starting at $43,680 ($21/hr) -$49,920 ($24/hr), based on experience and/or qualifications

Benefits: Include a significant health insurance subsidy, accrued paid sick leave, annual leave and 12 paid holidays each year.

Additional information about this position and how to apply can be found in the full job announcement linked below.

Operations Coordinator

Benton Conservation District

Benton Soil and Water Conservation District is announcing an open position for an Operations Coordinator!

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This is a really exciting opportunity to join the Benton Soil and Water Conservation District Team, a leader in community conservation since 1956.

Position open until filled; application review begins October 3, 2022

Position Status: Full time (32-40 hrs/week)

Pay Range: Starting salary is $22-$26/hour, DOE.

Benefits: Medical, dental, vision, employee assistance program, short term disability, life insurance, retirement contribution; paid vacation, paid wellness leave, 11 paid holidays per year.

Office Location: Corvallis, Oregon; potential for hybrid telework/office work option.

Additional information about this position and how to apply can be found at this link: Operations Coordinator - Benton SWCD