California Conservation Manager, American Forest Foundation

The Manager will oversee the day-to-day implementation of a $9.6M body of work to deliver technical and financial assistance to non-industrial private forest landowners across nine counties in the northern Sierra and southern Cascade ranges. In addition, the Manager will establish or build on strong relationships with project partners, stakeholders, and decision-makers to integrate this work with related and on-going work as well as identify opportunities to increase the scope and impact of AFF’s work within California. 

Responsibilities include:

  • Manage the day-to-day operations to engage ~10,000 NIPF landowners across northern California resulting in over 40,000 acres of forest health and/or reforestation treatments over 4 years. 
  • Ensure project partners have the tools, knowledge, and capacity to help in the achievement of these outcomes.
  • Develop and oversee of systems, protocols, and process to ensure rigorous accountability in the use of program resources and towards program outcomes.
  • Facilitate and manage partner and stakeholder communications; cultivate new partners and donors
  • And more! 

Full job description and application site
Application deadline: September 28, 2018

Employer: American Forest Foundation
Location: Flexible with preference to southern Cascades and northern Sierras, CA