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Employment Opportunities with the Delaware Highlands Conservancy

Education and Development Associate

Based in Beach Lake, Pennsylvania (with field offices in Barryville, New York and Lackawaxen, Pennsylvania) the Delaware Highlands Conservancy is an accredited land trust dedicated to conserving the natural heritage and quality of life in the Upper Delaware River region in partnership with the region’s landowners and communities. This region encompasses Pike and Wayne Counties, Pennsylvania and Sullivan and Delaware Counties, New York. Established in 1994, the Conservancy has helped to protect more than 18,000 acres throughout the region.

The Conservancy is seeking an entry-level to mid-level full-time professional to lead the development, planning, and coordination of the education, eagle, and volunteer programs the Van Scott Nature Reserve in Beach Lake and throughout our service region in Pennsylvania and New York and to work with our donor development team to coordinate donor events and administer the Green Lodging and Drinks for the Delaware programs. See Job Description for more information.

Salary is dependent upon experience. Benefits include medical coverage, eligibility for retirement savings match, paid days off, ten paid holidays, and other benefits provided.

Position is open until filled.

Delaware Highlands Conservancy, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. All decisions with respect to hiring are made without regard to race, color, religion, age, gender, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, or disability. Decisions are made solely upon the basis of qualifications as related to the requirements of the job.

For more information on the Conservancy, please visit us online at www.DelawareHighlands.org.

Job Description >>

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to:

Diane Rosencrance, Executive Director
Delaware Highlands Conservancy
Van Scott Nature Reserve
571 Perkins Pond Road
Beach Lake, PA 18405
Email: Diane@DelawareHighlands.org with subject line: Education and Development Associate

Posted May 23, 2022

Donor Relations Coordinator

Based in Beach Lake, Pennsylvania (with field offices in Barryville, New York and Lackawaxen, Pennsylvania) the Delaware Highlands Conservancy is an accredited land trust dedicated to conserving the natural heritage and quality of life in the Upper Delaware River region in partnership with the region’s landowners and communities. This region encompasses Pike and Wayne Counties, Pennsylvania and Sullivan and Delaware Counties, New York. Established in 1994, the Conservancy has helped to protect more than 18,000 acres throughout the region.

The Conservancy is seeking a mid-level part-time professional for an average of 18 hours per week to work on-site with our donor development team to coordinate all aspects of donor relationship building, stewardship, and management. See Job Description for more information.

Salary is dependent upon experience. Benefits include paid days off and holidays based upon average number of hours worked.

Position is open until filled.

Delaware Highlands Conservancy, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. All decisions with respect to hiring are made without regard to race, color, religion, age, gender, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, or disability. Decisions are made solely upon the basis of qualifications as related to the requirements of the job.

For more information on the Conservancy, please visit us online at www.DelawareHighlands.org.

Job Description >>

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to:

Diane Rosencrance, Executive Director
Delaware Highlands Conservancy
Van Scott Nature Reserve
571 Perkins Pond Road
Beach Lake, PA 18405
Email: Diane@DelawareHighlands.org with subject line: Donor Relations Coordinator

Posted April 25, 2022

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