Education and Outreach Coordinator, AmeriCorps – Envirolution

Reno, NV

Director of Philanthropy – Truckee Donner Land Trust

Truckee, CA

The Truckee Donner Land Trust seeks a talented, passionate, and driven Director of Philanthropy to lead fundraising efforts for our conservation work in the northern Sierra. 

The Director of Philanthropy is responsible for multimillion dollar capital campaigns, and for our General Fund needed for operations, stewardship of our lands, and strategic conservation work.

Founded in 1990, the mission of the Truckee Donner Land Trust has been to preserve and protect scenic, historic, and recreational lands with high natural resource values in the greater Truckee Donner region and manage recreational activities on these lands in a sustainable manner. The Land Trust protects and stewards roughly 40,000 acres of open space and our lands are managed for conservation and recreation with more than 45+ miles of multipurpose trails so far, a campground, and soon backcountry huts. 

Living and working in Truckee places you in one of the most desirable locations for outdoor recreation in the country – 20 minutes from Lake Tahoe, close to dozens of ski resorts, endless miles of trail for hiking, running, riding, boarding, and skiing, endless fresh and clean air, friendly locals and more.

Wild & Scenic Film Festival On Tour Coordinator

Nevada City, CA

The On Tour Program Coordinator provides stellar customer service and programmatic support to our event host partners for our 230+ satellite Wild & Scenic events around the globe, and supports our flagship festival each January. Apply online.

Wild & Scenic Film Festival Director

Nevada City, CA

The Festival Director is responsible for maintaining a sustainable and financially successful Wild & Scenic Film Festival Flagship event and On Tour program, including curating the creative content for the program. The Festival Director is responsible for the oversight and management of the event overall and will directly manage programming and creative content. Apply online.

Community Engagement Manager – Bear Yuba Land Trust

Grass Valley, CA,

BYLT is seeking a Community Engagement Manager (CEM) to join our dynamic organization at a pivotal moment of growth. The CEM is a public-facing, community-oriented leader responsible for developing, planning, and implementing a comprehensive community outreach and active engagement program, including BYLT events, volunteer engagement, and a variety of communications to support BLT’s mission of land conservation. They work closely and collaboratively with all staff.

Forest Conservation Program Manager

Nevada City, CA

POSITION SUMMARY The Forest Conservation Program Manager will lead SYRCL’s forest conservation work throughout the Yuba River watershed. SYRCL’s forest health work accelerated in 2019 and thus has grown considerably in the past few years. The program aims to 1) improve forest health and forest resiliency throughout the watershed 2) engage diverse stakeholders throughout the Yuba River watershed to promote and implement forest health projects, 3) partner with local educational institutions for workforce development opportunities 4) tackle invasive weeds and 5) raise funds through collaborative grant requests and alternative funding streams. The Forest Conservation Program Manager will work to meet the above goals as currently envisioned while also defining a larger forest conservation program for the organization. This is a full time, exempt position. Main work hours will be scheduled during normal business hours (Monday-Friday 9 am -5 pm) and evening and weekend work may be required.

Sierra Nevada AmeriCorps Partnership (SNAP) Program Director

Flexible location within the Sierra

The SNAP Program places AmeriCorps members at environmental non-profits and agencies across the Sierra to implement ecological restoration projects, lead environmental education programs, and increase community stewardship through volunteerism. The SNAP Program Director will lead program implementation and execution to ensure all stakeholders have an exceptional experience. The Program Director is responsible for implementing a strategy to successfully recruit and retain high-quality SNAP AmeriCorps members and Host Sites. The Program Director is also responsible for developing and maintaining effective relationships with partners to ensure successful SNAP implementation. Additionally, the Program Director is responsible for ensuring the program meets all standards and requirements of the AmeriCorps grant.

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Jenny Hatch at
Applications open until filled.

2021_SNAP Program Director Job Description

Project Assistant – Feather River Resource Conservation District & Sierra Nevada Alliance

Quincy, CA

The Sierra Nevada Alliance and Feather River RCD are hiring for a Sierra Corps Forestry Fellowship position with the Feather River RCD located in Quincy, CA.  This will be a 5 month position, 780 hours, beginning in September or October 2021.  Work will focus on forestry related projects in the Feather River watershed.  Please see the attached positions description for more details.

To apply, complete the online application and submit your resume and a cover letter that summarizes your interest in the Sierra Corps Program via email with subject line “Sierra Corps Application” to Nicole Lutkemuller, Program Director at Open Until Filled, priority application period ends 8/1/2021 @ 9:00pm PST

Lake Tahoe Ambassador Program Supervisor – Sierra Nevada Alliance

South Lake Tahoe

We prefer a candidate who can begin by August 1st. The position ends on Labor Day weekend. See the position description here.

To apply, please email a concise cover letter and resume to For questions, call 530-542-4546 x707.

Applications will be accepted until positions are filled.

Unit Fire Program Manager – Karuk Tribe

Happy Camp, CA

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