The Greater Lovell Land Trust seeks an Executive Director to lead mission tasks of conservation and stewardship, supervise the work of volunteers and staff, manage finances and fundraising, work with a motivated and increasingly active board of directors, and have a vision for collaborative opportunities with other local and regional organizations. The Executive Director must be comfortable with many different constituents, must manage multiple priorities, and must represent the land trust in the local and regional community.
The Executive Director reports directly to the President of the Board, and is supported by the Board of Directors, possible seasonal and part time staff, and a large community of volunteers.
Paid Summer Internships
A great opportunity to work in the outdoors caring for recreational and forested lands, as well as teaching and learning in our popular Environmental Education Program. The Greater Lovell Land Trust (GLLT) is seeking candidates to fill two positions as Summer Interns. The goal of the Summer Internship Program is to promote conservation-minded stewardship of the lands and waters of our region and provide transferable experience for young workers.