Welcome. We are recruiting for two positions at this time.
Associate Director of Development
SUPERVISOR: Director of Development
SUMMARY OF POSITION:
The Willistown Conservation Trust is seeking a candidate for the full-time position of Associate Director of Development (ADD). With more than 7,200 acres already conserved, the Trust is actively working to protect remaining open space in the Willistown area while also engaging members from the community and beyond through its vibrant Community Farm, Bird Conservation, Watershed and Habitat Restoration programs. Under the supervision of the Director of Development, the ADD’s primary responsibilities are to manage and grow the Annual Fund, process all gifts, and oversee the use and management of the DonorPerfect database. Other responsibilities include working with the Director of Development to develop major gift prospects, expand the planned giving program, and assist with donor cultivation, stewardship, and community outreach.
Rushton Conservation Center Event Support Manager
SUPERVISOR: Director of Rushton Conservation Center
SUMMARY OF POSITION:
The Willistown Conservation Trust is seeking an experienced candidate for the part-time (20+ hours per week, to include evenings and weekends) position of Rushton Conservation Center Event Support Manager (ESM) to assist the Trust in meeting its ambitious goals for the Rushton Conservation Center (RCC). The RCC was designed to support and enhance the Trust’s mission, which includes land protection and a commitment to community programs that help demonstrate the critical importance of protecting habitat and encouraging conservation of our natural resources, in our region and beyond. The RCC is a 2,800 square foot education building directly adjacent to a 6-acre sustainable farm. The RCC has a demonstration kitchen that seats 12 people, table seating for up to 40 people for farm-to-table dinners, and a gathering room that can hold up to 100 people for lectures and non-seated events. We will have events ranging from farm-to-table dinners and demonstration kitchen experiences that promote sustainable agriculture to lectures, community gatherings, workshops, and films allowing for the exploration of topics in conservation.