Our compelling mission and clear vision create the foundation for rewarding and challenging careers. And while we couldn’t do it without 600 amazing scientists on staff, you don’t have to be one to work here! Contribute to conservation in fields including policy, fundraising, marketing, legal, IT, finance, HR and much more.
Whatever your expertise, you’ll find an environment that nurtures employees by encouraging innovation, collaboration and professional development.
Emerald Edge Project Coordinator
The Coordinator will be responsible for performing multiple administrative functions to support the Emerald Edge project in Washington state, British Columbia and Alaska. He or she will coordinate activities with multiple variables and actors, set realistic deadlines and manage the timeline. He or she will proactively support the project team through event planning and management, including scheduling and logistical support, contract management, and event-related communications.
The Forest Ecologist develops the evidence base for The Nature Conservancy’s efforts to protect and restore lands in Washington. He or she works on a team of conservation practitioners and scientists to develop and implement science-based land management and restoration.
Port Susan Bay Monitoring Crew Leader
The Port Susan Bay Monitoring Crew Leader works as on-site supervisor of a team to collect field data on marsh vegetation on site each week at Port Susan Bay. Note: This is a temporary position.
Port Susan Bay Monitoring Technician
The Port Susan Bay Monitoring Technician works as part of a team to collect estuary field data each week at Port Susan Bay. Four technicians will work with the Monitoring Crew Leader as a team of 5.
Central Cascades Community Coordinator
The Central Cascades Community Coordinator will coordinate the interests of local recreation groups, conservation partners, tribal partners, community leaders, and local elected officials to achieve The Nature Conservancy’s long-term goals of accelerated forest restoration.
Field Information Technology Manager
The Field Information Technology Manager (ITM) provides exceptional technical support and customer service to effectively resolve staff technical issues, and serves as the primary point of communication between IT and operating, business and functional teams.
The Nature Conservancy is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Our commitment to diversity includes the recognition that our conservation mission is best advanced by the leadership and contributions of men and women of diverse backgrounds, beliefs and cultures. Recruiting and mentoring staff to create an inclusive organization that reflects our global character is a priority and we encourage applicants from all cultures, races, colors, religions, sexes, national or regional origins, ages, disability status, sexual orientations, gender identities, military or veteran status or other status protected by law.
The Nature Conservancy offers competitive compensation, 401k or savings-plan matching for eligible employees, excellent benefits, flexible work policies and a collaborative work environment. We also provide professional development opportunities and promote from within. As a result, you will find a culture that supports and inspires conservation achievement and personal development, both within the workplace and beyond.