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Join our team!

Thank you for your interest in a career with ClearWater Conservancy

We invite you to join the growing ClearWater Team - a dynamic and passionate staff that cares deeply about its mission and one another.

 

ClearWater Conservancy is a locally founded, nationally accredited land trust organization that has been protecting and restoring central Pennsylvania’s natural resources for over forty years. The organization connects people and places through land conservation, stream restoration, and environmental outreach efforts to support a healthy, resilient region for all.

 

ClearWater is committed to supporting a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace in which everyone is welcomed, valued, and supported. We recognize that diverse teams create the strongest organizations and welcome and encourage people from all backgrounds to apply.

Current Openings: 

 

Riparian Program Manager (full-time)

The Riparian Program Manager will lead our riparian conservation efforts. The Riparian Program Manager will be responsible for developing and implementing riparian conservation strategies and managing riparian projects while working hand in hand with our community leaders, landowners, and partners to steward the streams we’ve worked hard to restore. As an ambassador of ClearWater Conservancy, the hired candidate will be responsible for implementing streamside buffers strategies in central Pennsylvania while cultivating and maintaining strong working relationships with staff, private landowners, volunteers, contractors, and other conservation partners. Details and application instructions here. Deadline to apply is February 28.

 

We are currently reviewing applications for the positions below, and not accepting new applications at this time.

Stewardship Assistant (full-time)

The Stewardship Assistant is a full-time position that supports ClearWater’s lands conservation and easement monitoring program and contributes to our stewardship work and strategic initiatives. The position also supports our partnership with the Centre County Farmland Trust by assisting with their easement stewardship and reporting.  

 Assistant Adventure Coordinator (full-time) 

ClearWater seeks a committed, enthusiastic, and community-oriented Assistant Adventure Coordinator to assist the Adventure Coordinator in the overall administration, planning, and development of Centred Outdoors and related programming. The ideal candidate will play an instrumental role in supporting the expansion of our education and outreach programs. 

Communications Specialist (part-time)

ClearWater Conservancy seeks to hire a part-time communications specialist for its Centred Outdoors Program and additional outreach and fundraising events throughout the year. 

ClearWater Conservancy provides equal employment opportunities to all individuals regardless of age, sex, color, race, creed, national origin, religious persuasion, marital status, sexual orientation, or disability as set forth by applicable state and federal laws. In addition, laws regarding veteran or military status are observed. This commitment is reflected in all our practices and policies regarding hiring, training, promotions, rates of pay, layoff, and other forms of compensation. All matters relating to employment are based upon ability to perform the job as well as dependability and reliability once hired. ClearWater Conservancy celebrates diversity and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

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