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Vegetation Restoration Coordinator

Closing Date: 5/8/23

New Position

Salmon Valley Stewardship Executive Director

Closing Date: 5/1/23

For permanent positions, applications will be accepted until position filled. Please inquire after listed closing date,



Vegetation Restoration Coordinator

Salmon Valley Stewardship (SVS) is seeking a highly motivated individual to amplify native plant
restoration efforts and enhance efficiencies of partners working to achieve watershed health and invest
in resilient landscapes in the Salmon River Region of Central Idaho.


Classification: Full Time, Exempt; (35-40 hours/week) - 2 year funded position with potential to grow
the position
Salary: $20-24 hourly, Dependent on experience
Benefits: Vacation & sick days, 10 paid holidays, monthly health care, phone stipend, training
Location: Salmon, Idaho
Reports to: Associate Director
Start dates: Spring/Summer 2023

The Vegetation Restoration Manager will work in partnership with the Salmon-Challis National Forest (SCNF) Botany, Invasives, and Pollinators program (BIP) to identify species, collect seeds, develop a seedball pilot program, and implement local solutions to address the need for accelerating the pace and scale of native plant restoration. Work is predominately in sagebrush steppe habitat.  Time will be spent about 50/50 between Program Development and Field Work.

Email resume and cover letter in PDF form describing your experience and why you’re interested in the
position, to Please include how you heard about this position. Applications
without cover letters will not be reviewed.

Label email title: Vegetation Restoration Application - Your Name
Questions? Email
Closing Date: 5/8/23, Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, inquire after listed closing
date. Earliest anticipated start date by mid-May-June 2023.



Salmon Valley Stewardship Executive Director

We are seeking a community-oriented and conservation-minded individual eager to coordinate and oversee all organization operations, increase organization fundraising, provide leadership to support achievement of SVS’s mission, vision, and organizational goals, and promote community partnerships and innovative conservation efforts in the Salmon River Region of Central Idaho. 


Posting Date: February 21, 2023


Position Overview

The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing SVS’s operations, supporting staff in the implementation and delivery of strategic objectives and project work, and leading fundraising strategies. This leader should be passionate about rural livelihoods and quality of life, rural development through land stewardship and community driven projects, and bringing diverse voices together to benefit the land, communities, and future generations. The Director works with SVS’s Associate Director to oversee operations, budget, and program development. The Director will report to the Chair of the Board of Directors and will be evaluated by the Board Executive Committee. As the principal spokesperson of SVS, the Director must maintain positive relationships with members of the community and display high standards of integrity and professionalism. 

  • Permanent Full-Time (35 to 40 hrs/week), Exempt

  • $56,420 - $69,680 per year, dependent on experience

  • Benefits: Vacation and sick days, 10 paid holidays, monthly health care and cell phone stipend, training opportunities.

How to Apply:

View and Download the full application here

Email resume, cover letter and a professional writing sample combined in PDF form describing your experience and why you’re interested in the position, to

Please include how you heard about this position. Applications without cover letters will not be reviewed. Finalists will be asked for references.


  • Label email title: Executive Director Application - Your Name

  • Hiring Timeline: First application reviews will begin on March 14 and will continue until the position has been filled. 


Questions about the application process? 


For more information about Salmon Valley Stewardship visit

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