Squam’s Land Trust



Preserving the unique quality and character of the Squam watershed by protecting lands for present and future generations since 1960.

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Squam Lakes Conservation Society seeks a full-time Communications & Development Coordinator to join our small, accredited land trust! The Communications & Development Coordinator is responsible for creating and distributing print and electronic communications, maintaining relationships with members and the community at-large, and working collaboratively with staff to promote the mission of preserving the unique quality and character of the Squam watershed. This person will work closely with the Executive Director in support of development efforts including maintaining donor records and correspondence, fundraising, and event coordination.

Benefits include paid holidays and time off, retirement match, and health insurance stipend.

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The Squam Lakes Conservation Society strongly endorses the following statement from the New Hampshire Land Trust Coalition:

The outdoors is for everyone. NHLTC advances land conservation in New Hampshire through professional development, policy advocacy, and education. We work to strengthen the voice of land trusts in the legislature and public agencies on issues of direct interest to land conservation. We are currently working with land trusts to identify organizational needs and training opportunities and deliver programs that make the practice and the outcomes of land conservation inclusive and equitable.