New Mexico Land Conservancy (NMLC) is an accredited, statewide, non-profit land trust and conservation leader in the Southwest. NMLC’s mission is to preserve New Mexico’s unique natural, cultural and agricultural heritage by helping people conserve the places they love at community, watershed and landscape scales. NMLC’s vision is clear and compelling: one million acres conserved, directly or in partnership with others. Since 2002, NMLC has already protected more than 655,000 acres of high-conservation value land throughout New Mexico and southeast Arizona, and raised over $50 million in public and private funding in support of these efforts.
NMLC is seeking a qualified Northern New Mexico Project Manager to provide expertise, leadership and support to the organization by planning, cultivating, implementing and managing land conservation activities, including conservation easement and fee title acquisitions; landowner and community outreach; and project-related fundraising activities in support of the organization’s mission. This exciting position blends individual, parcel-by-parcel transactions with community, watershed and landscape scale land conservation in northern NM. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree (advanced degree preferred) in relevant field (natural resources, biological sciences, geography, real estate, law, etc.) and at least three years of experience in negotiating, conducting due diligence, and implementing conservation transactions. Position is based in Santa Fe with frequent travel around NM. Salary range: $70,000 – $80,000 DOE plus benefits.
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