Data & GIS Manager
Type of Job
Dec 17, 2020
About the job
The Chelan-Douglas Land Trust (CDLT) is located in north central Washington. We are seeking a Data & GIS Manager to provide important
expertise to a growing and successful land conservation organization. CDLT has a solid record of community engagement, land protection, and stewardship. We are a non-profit organization that engages communities in conserving, caring for, and accessing the natural lands and waters that sustain North Central Washington.The Data & GIS Manager (Manager) is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the stewardship and lands database, and GIS use, development, and management to support organizational priorities at CDLT. The Manager will fulfill requests from staff for accurate cartographic products for internal and public use. Good communication skills are imperative to convey highly technical processes in a way that staff with no formal GIS training can understand.
While our office is available to staff, we expect the successful candidate to begin working remotely due to Covid-19, with a well-planned transition to a more regular office setting when conditions allow. This position is 32 hours per week with a flexible work schedule. CDLT is committed to being a diverse and inclusive organization. Cultivating a staff team that embodies the diverse experiences of our communities is essential to these aspirations. We strongly and sincerely encourage applications from people of color; immigrant, bilingual, and multicultural individuals; members of LGBTQIA+ and gender non-conforming communities; and people with other diverse backgrounds and lived experiences.
Salary and Benefits:
We offer a salary consistent with Land Trust Alliance practices, with a competitive benefit package, including family leave, group medical and dental insurance, training opportunities, paid sick leave, 24 days of paid holiday and vacation time, and a SIMPLE IRA with employer match. The salary for this position is $43,000 per year.
For more details about the position, please go directly to https://www.cdlandtrust.org