We’re hiring! Kestrel is currently seeking a new addition to our dedicated team.
Kestrel Land Trust, an accredited regional land trust, seeks a full- to part-time Land Steward to join our staff of professionals who care for conserved lands in the Valley.
The successful candidate will be an energetic, motivated team player who loves the land. The Land Steward’s primary responsibility is to provide lasting care for the trails and conservation lands owned by Kestrel and key public partners by carrying out field and office tasks, and engaging volunteers. Responsibilities will include monitoring and maintaining existing trails, as well as planning and constructing new trails and infrastructure; monitoring conservation lands, invasive plant control, and helping create land management plans; and database record-keeping and GIS mapping.
We seek candidates who are interested in working 30-40 hours/week (salary and benefits pro-rated as needed). Use of a personal vehicle will be necessary to access designated work locations.
Applications will be accepted until September 10, 2022, and interviews will begin after that date. You can review and download the detailed job description here. To apply, please email a resume and cover letter detailing your interest and qualifications to Chris Volonte, Stewardship Director at firstname.lastname@example.org