Now Hiring: Resource Conservation Program Coordinator

Join our team! We are now hiring for a Resource Conservation Program Coordinator. Interested applicants should be prepared to submit a letter of interest, a resume, and three (3) professional references by August 22, 2022. Applications received after this date will be reviewed on a rolling basis and should apply if the announcement is still posted.


The Resource Conservation Program Coordinator assists the Resource Conservation Program Manager with the administration and coordination of the Palouse Conservation District (PCD) Resource Conservation Program. The Resource Conservation Program Coordinator is responsible for supporting the development and implementation of resource conservation initiatives that promote the role, mission, and goals of the District and its programs.

Essential to this position is: 1) being familiar with local and regional conservation issues, resource concerns, and conservation needs, 2) maintaining relationships and partnerships with land managers, the general public, agencies, and other partners, 3) identifying resource conservation needs and opportunities, 4) writing grant proposals to fund those opportunities, 5) collaborating with Resource Conservation Program staff and Finance & Admin Program staff to administer District grants, 6) coordinating Resource Conservation Program staff to deliver program services, and 7) implementing programs, events and activities.

It is the responsibility of the Resource Conservation Program Coordinator to coordinate Resource Conservation Program staff to ensure that grant provisions are met including completion of the scope of work and all supporting legal requirements, tracking grants (tasks and financial), writing reports, and keeping the Resource Conservation Program Manager, Grants & Contracts Coordinator, Finance & Admin Manager, Director, and Board of Supervisors informed of grant and program status.

The Resource Conservation Program Coordinator provides support to the Resource Conservation Program Manager by developing and tracking program budgets; compiling activities for the annual plan of work; planning, organizing, and coordinating Resource Conservation Program services and activities; tracking deliverable status; coordinating workload allocation to Resource Conservation staff; assisting with salary allocation and tracking; assisting with recruitments; and supervising Resource Conservation Program staff, AmeriCorps Member(s), volunteers, and/or interns as assigned.


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Palouse Conservation District is an equal opportunity employer.

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