Employment Opportunities

The Kingston Land Trust is commied to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a work environment free of discriminaon and harassment. All employment decisions are based on organizaon needs, job requirements and individual quali?caons, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, naonal, social or ethnic origin, sex (including pregnancy), age, physical, mental or sensory disability, HIV Status, sexual orientaon, gender identy and/or expression, marital, civil union or domesc partnership status, past or present military service, criminal record, family medical history or genec informaon, family or parental status, or any other status protected by the laws or regulaons in the locaons where we operate. The Kingston Land Trust will not tolerate discriminaon or harassment based on any of these characteriscs. The KLT encourages applicants of all ages. The Kingston Land Trust is commied to building a culturally diverse sta? and strongly encourages applications from female and minority candidates.

Full-time Stewardship Coordinator
In order to both protect more land and provide our community with access to land, we are looking for a full-time Stewardship Coordinator to assist us in managing and acquiring properties. This Coordinator will also help launch and manage our new Land Matching Program, which will pair landowners with farmers and other stewards who are in need of land. We are seeking someone who is passionate and knowledgeable about land conservation and can therefore inspire the community to participate in the stewardship of the land. This position requires environmental awareness paired with an understanding of and commitment to social equality. The aim of our programming is not only to protect land and the functioning of natural systems, but to provide equitable opportunities for residents to own, use and access land, especially those with fewer resources and opportunities. This Coordinator will help identify appropriate land for environmental conservation and also for community use such as recreation, permaculture, alternative transportation, education, art, fitness or any other mission-aligned activity.
Stewardship Coordinator Job Description
Please send resume, cover letter, portfolio and three references to office@kingstonlandtrust.org by February 23rd, 2018.

Part-time Communications Coordinator (Storyteller)
We are looking for someone to tell our story to the fullest through equitable community engagement. We are seeking someone who can inspire our diverse community to participate in the stewardship of the land. This position calls for an artistic, creative and collaborative personality who can take initiative to develop and run with a campaign, as well as incorporate feedback from the board and staff. The Communications Coordinator will engage the public around environmental conservation and community-oriented land uses, such as recreation, permaculture, alternative transportation, education, art, fitness or any other mission-aligned activity. This work will entail on-the-ground relationship-building and documentation, content development, social media and e-communication, and the design and production of outreach materials. In the spring of this year, the Kingston Land Trust will launch a new logo, brand and websites that the coordinator will be responsible for managing and promoting.
Communications Coordinator Job Description
Please send resume, cover letter, portfolio and three references to office@kingstonlandtrust.org by February 23rd, 2018.


Request for Proposal: Logo/branding for Kingston Land Trust
The Kingston Land Trust (KLT) is accepting proposals for the design of a new logo and accompanying branding to help us reach a greater audience and draw in our diverse community to our work.  
Link to Logo/Branding RFP

Request for Proposal: Website design and development
The Kingston Land Trust (KLT) is accepting proposals for the design and development of a new website platform, including a flexible, customized content management system, a new kingstonlandtrust.org website and a new and expanded kingstongreenline.org website.
Link to Website RFP

 


Position with the South Pine Street City Farm
From the farmers:  For 2018 we are searching for one or two people to join us as active, guiding farmers at South Pine Street City Farm in Kingston. We grow vegetables and are looking for a person or persons with love and a knack for farming and a deep appreciation of the earth, urban farming, and organic methods. We are want to be a diverse, bilingual, and open farm.  As co-farmer, you might run the farm stand, envision new directions, help grow vegetables, oversee our composting, connect the farm to customers and people of all backgrounds in the local community. Any profit will be shared.
The farm is on a quarter acre lot across from Binnewater Ice Company on South Pine Street off Greenkill Avenue in Kingston. The farm was started six years ago by Jessica Clark and Rebecca Martin as a land-matching project of the Kingston Land Trust. Current farmers are Joel Zenie and Trish Hawkins. 
If you are interested please contact the farm at trishhawk3@gmail.com or call 845-532-0011.