Ridge Trail Opportunities:
Thank you for your interest in the Ridge Trail Council. We work passionately on behalf of the finest hiking, biking, and equestrian trail. Our workplace matches the quality of trail that we steward. Join us.
We do not have any staff positions open at this time. Please check back!
Partner Job Opportunities:
Solano Land Trust (Posted November 12, 2019)
The Development Associate is responsible for supporting the organization’s fundraising development and communications team. He or she will support development projects and processes, such as appeals, donor cultivation and grants. He or she will also coordinate all aspects of the organization’s communications, including supporting a coordinated content strategy for and implementation of two hard copy newsletters and eight to ten e-newsletters, website content, e-blasts, and social media.
Working directly with the Comprehensive Campaign Manager, he or she will be in charge of the technical development and maintenance of the organization’s databases. This person will assist in writing appeal letters, thank you letters, emails, grants and in other capacities as needed.
The Mission of Solano Land Trust is to protect land to ensure a healthy environment, keep ranching and farming families on their properties, and inspire a love of the land.
City of San José (Posted October 18, 2019)
Parks Manager – Trail Program – Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services
The Parks Manager position in the Capital Team leads the San José Trail Program unit and is responsible for overseeing development of Class I Bikeway Trails from concept to completion. The unit pursues competitive grants, interfaces with regional funding partners, establishes priorities and vision for future trail development, partners with the City’s Public Works and Transportation departments and consultants to guide, oversee, and contribute towards preparation of inter-agency agreements, grant funding agreements, technical feasibility studies, master plans, construction documents, environmental documents, and construction administration. The Parks Manager also serves as a liaison for the community and advocacy groups on trail development and operational issues.
Job duties include managing a Senior Analyst and working at peer level with Senior Landscape Architects and other technical professionals in other City departments. The Parks Manager will sustain progress in developing a 100-mile interconnected Trail Network, consistent with the Program’s well-established Vision, Mission, and Strategic Plan goals to build one of the nation’s largest urban trail networks.