November 2, 2017
The Ozaukee Washington Land Trust is seeking two passionate and qualified individuals to help accomplish our ecological goals across our preserves.
Based primarily in the field, Land Stewards will work closely with OWLT staff to conserve and restore Land Trust properties in Ozaukee and Washington Counties. In addition to assisting with land management and maintenance, Land Stewards will help to successfully integrate volunteer training and involvement, participate in long-term ecological monitoring, support conservation education, and assist with duties related to conservation easements and management plans.
Stewardship inspires an understanding and appreciation of conservation in the ever-changing fabric of our biological community. Utilizing sustainable management techniques and a hard-working mentality, stewardship employees can look forward to getting their hands dirty preserving beautiful forests, prairies, and other natural areas within Southeastern Wisconsin.
Classification: These are seasonal part-time positions and are weather dependent
(on average 30 hrs/week) (90% field, 10% office)
Supervisor: Stewardship Coordinator, Ozaukee Washington Land Trust
Supervises: Supervision of volunteers (all ages) is required
Start date: November 2017
End date: March 2018* - flexible
* This position may be extended depending on the candidate
Positions available: 2 seasonal part-time
Work Week: Monday – Friday, some Saturdays or Sundays required, with flexibility
Ability to work independently and prioritize work
Land Management and Maintenance
Please send a letter of interest that includes cover letter, resume, and names of three references with current contact information to:
Ozaukee Washington Land Trust
c/o Stewardship Coordinator
P.O. Box 917
West Bend, WI 53095
Deadline for applications is November 15, 2017 (Positions open until filled)
Ozaukee Washington Land Trust programs and employment are open to all. The Land Trust does not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, race, national origin, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or disability in any of its policies or programs.