The Snohomish Conservation District has an opening for a full time Project Manager / Senior Project Manager to manage and implement riparian and floodplain habitat restoration and fish passage projects and deliver natural resource planning throughout Snohomish County and Camano Island. This position will focus on developing and implementing habitat restoration projects on public and private land, building and maintaining relationships with landowners and local partners, developing funding proposals, and delivering natural resources technical assistance to a diverse set of landowners to improve water quality, fish and wildlife habitat, and natural resource stewardship. A successful candidate will have strong project management skills and is able to work well independently and collaboratively with excellent communication skills. This position will step into a portfolio including 12-15 existing grant-funded projects with funding ranging from $100,000 - $750,000. This project portfolio includes riparian and wetland habitat restoration projects, stream restoration projects, and fish passage projects. We hope to find a Project Manager who is passionate about natural resource conservation and supporting landowners and stakeholders in watershed restoration.
Key qualifications include a bachelor’s degree in a natural resource/environmental field and a minimum of 3 years (for Project Manager) to 5+ years (for Senior Project Manager) of professional level experience in a closely related position, along with demonstrated knowledge of relevant natural resource issues and priorities. Experience restoring northwest stream, wetland, estuarine, and/or nearshore ecosystems is preferred.
Initial review of applications will begin Monday, September 12, 2022. Applications accepted until position is filled.
To see qualifications and apply for this position, please visit https://snohomishcd.org/employment