Learn about land stewardship, conservation easement monitoring, real estate, and non-profit operations and management through hands-on experience interning with a statewide land trust.
NMLC seeks a qualified and motivated individual to assist with stewardship and monitoring activities in support of the organization’s mission and in accordance with its established plans and policies. This position reports to the Stewardship Coordinator but will involve interaction with the entire staff.
- This is a full-time position – 40 hours per week – lasting from May – September (4 months)
- Position will be compensated at a rate of $12 per hour.
The New Mexico Land Conservancy is an equal opportunity employer.
POSTED: February 3, 2020. Position will remain open until filled.
The New Mexico Land Conservancy (NMLC) is a non-profit, regional land trust based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, dedicated to preserving New Mexico’s land heritage by helping people conserve the places they love. Since 2004, NMLC has protected nearly 300,000 acres of land throughout New Mexico and southeast Arizona. Working in collaboration with numerous partners, NMLC is positioned to protect one million acres of high conservation-value lands throughout the Southwest over the next 20 years. We focus on conservation of lands that facilitate the protection of significant wildlife habitat, agricultural lands, water and other natural resources, scenic open space, cultural and historic sites, and recreational lands at community, watershed and landscape scales.