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Date(s) - November 12, 2021 - December 10, 2021
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The Working Lands Project Manager is responsible for the development and implementation of a body of work focused on empowering farmers, foresters, and ranchers in the Upper Willamette basin to mitigate for and adapt to climate change. Program development duties include coalition building, the support of new and existing incentive programs, and growing the availability of technical assistance options for land managers interested in mitigating for and/or adapting to climate change. The Working Lands Project Manager is also responsible for fundraising efforts (with assistance from staff) in support of the program.  Development efforts include working with local businesses, private donors, and private foundations to increase diversity in funding for current and future efforts. Limited office administration and program support duties may apply. This position will supervise and train additional staff as appropriate as the program expands.Work is expected to begin in January 2022 depending on applicants needs. This position will work in a combination of setting including in office, field, and remote, and will typically take place during business hours but occasional evening/weekend work is expected.

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