Job Opportunities

The Adirondack Land Trust is seeking creative, collaborative, and experienced individuals for three important positions.

Fundraising Communications Specialist

The Fundraising Communications Specialist writes, edits and produces clear and engaging communications to advance the fundraising goals and impact of the Adirondack Land Trust. This staff member works closely with the Communications Manager and as part of the Philanthropy Team, and in collaboration with colleagues and board members, to craft messages, materials and personalized communications for leadership-giving prospects and donors. This work also supports other aspects of land protection, including events, presentations and board meetings. The Fundraising Communications Specialist is a perceptive and engaging writer with the ability to manage multiple project deadlines and competing priorities.


Grants Manager

The Grants Manager will manage our public and private grants processes from research to writing to reporting, to further ALT’s goals. The Grants Manager is responsible for managing our overall grant efforts, optimizing our grant administration process, writing grant proposals, preparing project budgets, engaging and networking with private and public funders, ensuring compliance with grant requirements, documenting payments and expenditures, preparing progress reports, preparing financial and impact reports, and managing grant databases and files. The Grants Manager will work closely with the philanthropy, conservation, and finance staff to identify needs and facilitate grants from foundations, federal and state government and institutional grantors.


Office Administrator

The Office Administrator will be responsible for a wide range of activities to ensure that fundraising, operations, and programs function at the highest capacity during a time of organizational growth. This position will report to the associate director of philanthropy and support major gift fundraising in addition to owning his/her/their own portfolio of critical tasks. Through schedule and communications management, the Office Administrator helps develop and maintain relationships with donors, prospects, partners, board members, and other staff. This position will use existing technology and new tools to develop, maintain and execute systems for donor relations, board governance, operations, and record keeping.