The New Brunswick Community Land Trust (NBCLT) is a small charitable organization that was founded in 1995 to hold working land conservation easements on properties of participating landowners. The NBCLT was created because its founders recognized the importance of sustainable agriculture and forest management to both maintain ecological integrity and rural livelihoods. They felt that offering trust mechanisms to limit unsustainable land use practices would ensure that rural land would remain available for production and continue to contribute to the local rural economy. The NBCLT currently holds easements on over 1000 ac of land in NB. More details about working land conservation easements and the NBCLT’s current activities can be found at nbclt.wordpress.com.
The NBCLT would like to hire an entrepreneurial-minded Executive Director for a one-year term, renewable upon availability of funding and good performance. The Executive Director will be responsible for:
Candidates are required to have a minimum of 7 years of post-secondary education and/or experience, of which at least 2 years must be from an executive or management role, with the following focus:
Candidates are required to be:
Beneficial Qualifications and Skills
Exceptional candidates will also display the following:
Work Location and Salary
The ED will work from the NBCLT office in Sackville, NB. Remuneration is $35,000 – 45,000 CAN per year, based on qualifications, skills, and experience.
Candidates are asked to submit their curricula vitae and a cover letter to:
by May 29, 2017.
Only successful candidates will be contacted for an interview, and interviews will be held in the latter half of May.
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GoodWork ID: 39999 Date posted to GoodWork.ca: May 8 2017