Project Manager/Senior Project Manager: Agriculture and Floodplains Resilience

Snohomish Conservation District

Lake Stevens, WA, US

Applications will be open until position is filled.  However, priority will be given to applications received prior to February 9, 2020. 

Position Summary:

The Snohomish Conservation District is looking for someone with strong project management skills and a background in both habitat restoration and agricultural viability to serve as a Project Manager for our organization.  The Project Manager will develop and manage implementation of complex multi-benefit projects in the floodplains of the Snohomish and Stillaguamish Rivers. We are at an exciting time, having just completed the Agriculture Resilience Plan for Snohomish County, where we have community support to work with our partners to create floodplain projects that advance salmon recovery, flood protection, and agricultural protection and viability. The Project Manager will lead implementation of projects and priorities identified by the farming community in the Agriculture Resilience Plan as well as represent those needs through participation in the Sustainable Lands Strategy – Integration Team. The Project Manager will also lead priority projects that advance salmon recovery through a collaborative effort with the farming community. We hope to find a Project Manager with skills in partnership building and collaborative engagement who is passionate about natural resource protection and agricultural viability.

This position will be hired at the Project Manager or Senior Project Manager level depending on qualifications and will report to the Habitat Restoration and Floodplain Management Program Director.

Compensation and Benefits:

This position will be filled at the Project Manager or Senior Project Manager level with a yearly salary between $59,000 – $72,000 depending on qualifications and experience.  This is a fulltime (negotiable), at-will, and exempt position.  The District offers a comprehensive benefits package which includes paid holidays and leave time, low premium medical, dental, life and LTD insurance through Washington State PEBB, participation in the State of Washington Retirement System (PERS, DCP), and education reimbursement. 

To Apply:

Visit https://snohomishcd.org/employment.  Application must include:  Cover letter, resume, and at least three (3) professional references (references can be provided at time of interview). Emailed PDF applications preferred.

Applications will be open until position is filled.  However, priority will be given to applications received prior to February 9, 2020. 

Apply to:  Cindy Dittbrenner; 425-377-7005; [email protected]


POSITION TYPE

EXPERIENCE-LEVEL

DEGREE REQUIRED