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Employment Opportunities with the Delaware Highlands Conservancy

Stewardship Associate/Coordinator

Based in Hawley, Pennsylvania (with field offices in Bethel, 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 Sullivan and Delaware Counties, New York as well as Pike and Wayne Counties, Pennsylvania.   Established in 1994, the Conservancy has helped to protect more than 15,000 acres throughout the region.

The Conservancy is seeking a mid-level or entry level, full-time professional to work with our conservation programs team to steward our conservation easements in New York and Pennsylvania.

See Job Description for more information.

Title and salary are 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, sex, national origin, ancestry, or disability. Decisions are made solely upon the basis of qualifications as related to the requirements of the job.

To apply, please send cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to:

Diane Rosencrance, Executive Director
Delaware Highlands Conservancy
P.O. Box 218
Hawley, PA  18428

Email:  Diane@DelawareHighlands.org with subject line: Stewardship Associate/Coordinator

Posted January 15, 2019

 

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