The Conservation Project Coordinator may manage conservation data, participate in conservation planning, develop project packages, respond to landowner inquiries and maintain project records. May include collecting, assembling and analyzing various types of data, and assisting in the production of reports. The Conservation Project Coordinator provides technical support to a business unit and plans and manages aspects of land protection projects along with some operational support for the business unit. The Coordinator is integral to program success and supports a variety of strategies to achieve TNC conservation priorities. Specific duties include managing the real estate due-diligence process; preparing and managing the project approval process; managing information and administrative requirements of land protection projects and conservation easement and fee land monitoring; documenting projects and information on past projects in database systems; project management and assisting the Director of Land Protection with landowner outreach and negotiation.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND SCOPE
- Supervises no staff but may oversee and direct work of office volunteers or interns.
- Coordinates multiple tasks or projects in a timely manner and with attention to detail.
- May assist with program budget preparation and monitoring.
- Ensures program compliance with internal policies and external requirements.
- Makes day to day decisions as delegated by the supervisor.