Job opportunity at ILCN!
The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy is looking to fill the position of Land Conservation Program Manager within the Department of Planning and Urban Form - a full-time position focusing on advancing Lincoln's land conservation programs, including the rapidly growing International Land Conservation Network (ILCN).
The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy seeks a well-organized and detail-oriented person to fill the position of Land Conservation Program Manager within the Department of Planning and Urban Form. This person requires leadership abilities for the planning and overall success of the Land Conservation Program goals.
As part of the Department of Planning and Urban Form the Land Conservation Program works to advance the importance of land conservation communities sustainability through improved land use planning, management and decision making.
Lincoln Institute makes its impact through research, demonstration projects, and dissemination of the lessons learned and the Institute is known globally for making long term, sustained commitments to the land policy issues on which they work.
Assist and, in appropriate circumstances, take the lead in the development of projects, programs and practices that advance the goals of the Land Conservation Program within the Department of Planning and Urban Form at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.
At present, the projects that comprise the Land Conservation Program include the following:
- International Land Conservation Network (ILCN)
- ALPINE Network (Academics for Land Protection in New England)
- Kingsbury Browne Fellowship and liaison with the Land Trust Alliance
- Conservation Scholars project and
- Peer Learning Initiative associated with the University of Montana.
For more information read the post on Lincoln Institute website.