About the Mississippi Madawaska Land Trust
The Mississippi Madawaska Land Trust (MMLT) is a non-profit charitable organization that works on behalf of the people and communities in the region, to preserve ecologically sensitive lands for the long term. MMLT was incorporated in 2003 to conserve wild lands in Eastern Ontario, in the general region of the drainage basin of the Mississippi River and of the adjoining lands northward to the Madawaska River. Our Mission is to legally protect and steward lands which have ecological, biodiverse, aesthetic and cultural value, while at the same time fostering engagement with nature.
MMLT seeks an exceptional leader with a passion for land conservation to fulfill the role of Executive Director (ED). Reporting directly to the Board of Directors, the ED is responsible for leading, sustaining, and growing MMLT according to the strategic direction set by the Board of Directors. The position is best suited for a self-directed individual who is a strong communicator, an excellent manager, and is ready to take on a variety of key leadership responsibilities.
Preferred Qualifications & Experience
Equity and Accessibility
MMLT is an equal opportunity employer and adheres to Ontario human rights and applicable employee related legislation.
How to Apply
Please send your resumé and cover letter to Admin@mmlt.ca by November 30, 2022.
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Current status: Open/apply now. Date posted: Nov 24 2022 ID: 66026