Thank you for your interest in working for Wisconsin's Green Fire.
We are currently hiring for a new position!
The Farm Sustainability Rewards Project (FSR) is a two-year project led by WGF in partnership with Clean Wisconsin to design and assess the feasibility of 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 Farm Sustainability Rewards project is supported with funding from the Natural Resources Conservation Service.
The Project Coordinator will play a key role guiding, coordinating, and implementing the Farm Sustainability Rewards Project. 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. Although not guaranteed, extension of employment beyond two years is possible and WGF intends for this project to evolve into other related project opportunities.
This is a full-time (100% FTE) salaried position with funding available through October 2025. The starting salary range will be $55,000 - $70,000, commensurate with experience and education.
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How to Apply:
- Submit applications to email@example.com.
- Applications must include your cover letter, resume including references, and a recent work sample.
- Apply by 12:00pm Monday, December 4th 2023.
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- 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.