The Okanogan Conservation District is seeking a highly motivated individual to fill a Range Planner position. The Range Planner will work closely with landowners, coworkers, conservation partners, and others to develop and implement voluntary conservation plans specific to each landowner’s needs.
The Okanogan Conservation District is a dynamic organization comprised of volunteer board members and paid staff members that are leaders in “on the ground conservation”. We seek individuals that will complement our highly productive,
energetic, and skilled staff to deliver quality conservation programs to Okanogan County residents.
The Okanogan Conservation District is primarily grant funded and the incumbent of this position will be required to develop partnerships and additional grants for continued funding and program implementation.
Incumbents with a bachelor’s degree with major course work in range management and/or directly related plant, animal, and soil sciences; wildlife management; watershed management; fire ecology; forestry; botany; natural resource management, or a related discipline, are encouraged to apply.