Sequoia Riverlands Trust

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Sequoia Riverlands

Office Coordinator

Do you want to be a key part of a team whose passion for conservation inspires love and lasting protection for important California lands?

Do you have the expertise and energy to support our remarkably talented, highly educated, and strongly self-motivated staff at of one of California’s most prominent, nationally-accredited land protection organizations?

Would you thrive in a crucial high-visibility position as “Director of First Impressions?”If you answered YES to all the above, Sequoia Riverlands Trust (SRT) is eager to discuss your potential role with our well-established, notably innovative nonprofit land trust.

The challenge is multi-faceted. With an annual operating budget of $2.4 million, SRT’s staff of 20 exceptional professionals steward nearly 43,000 acres of California’s most valuable natural and agricultural lands. The Office Coordinator will support SRT staff’s advances in the fields of mitigation services, water and land use policy, and environmental education.SRT’s new Office Coordinator will be a full-time, self-starting, personable, supportive, and highly competent addition to our dynamic nonprofit conservation organization based in Visalia, California.

RESPONSIBILITIESThe SRT Office Coordinator will perform administrative duties for the SRT Board of Directors, SRT management, and SRT staff. The Coordinator will ensure a positive office experience for visitors and staff, as well as contributing to overall organizational effectiveness by administering the day-to-day operations of the office. 

Responsibilities include:• coordinate meetings and meeting agendas, take minutes, as well as distribute and store related information• oversee the office—its supplies, equipment, security, and maintenance• assign email accounts, laptops, and keys to new personnel• be the liaison with SRT’s external HR and IT consultants to coordinate the required tasks in those areas• screen and direct general calls and distribute general emails to proper staff• conduct outside errands such as making deposits, mail runs, or whatever is necessary to support SRT management and staff• receive and sort incoming mail and deliveries, and manage outgoing mail• Assist with special projects as needed

POSITION REQUIREMENTSThe Office Coordinator must be an organized, flexible and energetic self-driven high performer. This position will require:• 2-5 years of work experience in an administrative/office management role• solid computer skills using Microsoft Office and Google apps, data management programs such as SharePoint, with aptitude to learn new software and systems• excellent communication and interpersonal skills• ability to work well with all levels of internal management and staff, as well as SRT supporters, clients, and vendors• Handling of confidential information

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience• Proficiency in spoken and written Spanish

COMPENSATIONPay ranges from $16-$18 depending on experience. SRT offers a competitive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, and 401(k) plan with company contribution match.

HOW TO APPLYPlease send your resume with cover letter to: No phone calls, please.ABOUT SRTSequoia Riverlands Trust (SRT) is a regional nonprofit land trust that conserves the natural and agricultural legacy of the southern Sierra Nevada and San Joaquin Valley. SRT has ambitious programs in land and conservation easement acquisition (habitat and farmland), land stewardship, restoration, conservation outreach, and education. We strive to create a workplace that demonstrates kindness, inclusion, team spirit, and integrity. SRT is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information, we encourage you to visit our website at

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