Job Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in working for Wisconsin's Green Fire.

Visit our staff page to learn more about our current team.

We currently have one opportunity to join our team:

  1. FSR Project Coordinator (Full Time)

The Farm Sustainability Rewards Project (FSR) is a two-year project led by Wisconsin’s Green Fire in partnership with Clean WisconsinThe FSR Project aims to design a voluntary model for farm conservation that rewards farmers who meet increasingly robust tiers of environmental performance, while improving their whole-farm and farm-product sustainability. The FSR Project is supported with funding from the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).

Staff leading this project include Fred Clark, Program Director, and Jimmy Vandenbrook, Project Co-Executive from Wisconsin's Green Fire alongside Sara Walling, Project Co-Executive from Clean Wisconsin.

Aerial view of farm fields and forests in Wisconsin.
Contour Farming - Photo Credit Jim Klousia

1. FSR Project Coordinator (Full time)

About the Position

The Project Coordinator will play a key role guiding, coordinating, and implementing the Farm Sustainability Rewards Project. This is a full-time salaried position with funding available through December 2025. The salary range is $55,000 - $75,000. WGF offers a benefits package including paid holidays, paid time off, and a health insurance stipend. Consideration will be given to qualified candidates who need less than 100% appointment or flexible schedules. 

Read the full position description here: FSR Project Coordinator Position Description 

Timing and Terms

We will begin reviewing applications April 1, 2024. This position will be open until filled.

This is a two-year full-time position which will report to the FSR Project Director and will interface closely with two FSR Project Co-executives. Extension of employment beyond two years is possible and WGF intends for this position to evolve into other related project opportunities. This position is 100% remote but Wisconsin-based. There is optional, part-time use of office space in Clean Wisconsin’s Madison location as available.

How to Apply (open until filled)

Please submit the following documents electronically to info@wigreenfire.org using the subject line FSR Project Coordinator Application. Only electronically submitted application materials will be considered. 

Submit your application as one combined PDF including the following materials. Use the file name format: “FSR_LastnameFirstname.pdf”

  1. A cover letter explaining your interest and suitability for this position. 
  2. A current resume that includes references and their contact information. 
  3. A recent work sample that reflects your capabilities for this position. 

Please direct questions on the project to FSR Project Co-Executives Jimmy VandenBrook (jvandenbrook@wigreenfire.org) and Sara Walling (swalling@cleanwisconsin.org). 

For more ways to get involved in Wisconsin's Green Fire, write to us at info@wigreenfire.org.

  • Become a member of Wisconsin's Green Fire. Student membership is free!
  • Lend your expertise and connect with other conservation experts as a volunteer on one of our Work Groups.
  • Join our Aspiring Conservation Professionals work group for support and networking with students and early-career conservation professionals.
  • Apply for our Conservation Pathways fellowships, a $1,000 scholarship and mentoring program built for students who have been historically underrepresented or excluded from conservation and environmental fields.
  • Read our monthly e-newsletter Compass Points to learn about opportunities with our partner organizations and other updates on conservation in Wisconsin.