By Lisa Wallace, Executive Director

Are you interested in joining the Truckee River Watershed Council? We’re expanding our team and are accepting applications for a new Project Director of Restoration.

We collaborate, convene, and coordinate. We bring diverse interests together to solve complex problems — finding ways to revive the resiliency of our natural resources while supporting the vibrancy of our local community.

Our goal is to continually respect all viewpoints, deliver on our commitments, and move forward to get the work done — always with passion, dedication, and integrity.

Our next Project Director will work to increase the amount of restored land in the middle Truckee River watershed. They will work with the Executive Director and partner organizations to manage 6-10 projects and programs in a given year. They’ll work with project partners to launch restoration projects, establish formal partnership agreements, secure project funding, secure environmental compliance, and implement the projects.

Would you like more info before applying?

  • If you have questions about TRWC or this position, you can sign up for a strictly confidential 15-minute phone call with Lisa Wallace, Executive Director, or one of our senior staff. Email with several times you are available, and we will confirm the details.
  • Come to a 30-minute virtual River Talk. River Talks are about our projects (and there is not much time for Q&A). Email to sign up and we’ll send the link.
  • Explore our website – the “Our Work” pages are often the most interesting to people
  • Read a few of our e-newsletters – these have lots of current info. You can subscribe and/or read back issues here:
  • Check our feeds on Instagram and Facebook – @trwcnews

Info on how to apply is included in the job posting.

Photo of Sandhill Cranes by Chad Elberson.