Be Part of the Future of Agriculture in Marin County

As a pioneering agricultural land trust, MALT operates at the intersection of agriculture and conservation. Our mission is to permanently protect Marin County’s agricultural land for agricultural use. And our commitment is to the long-term health of the land itself, as well as to the farmers and ranchers who work on the land.

We invite you to join the MALT team—a dynamic and passionate staff who care deeply about our mission and one another.

We offer competitive salaries; paid vacation and sick time; health, life, dental, and vision insurance; retirement benefits; family-friendly policies, and a commitment to honoring work/life balance.

Marin Agricultural Land Trust is an equal opportunity employer.

Current Openings

Accounting Manager

The Finance and Accounting Manager is a full-time exempt position responsible for managing the financial resources of the organization on a daily basis including accounting in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and the MALT system of internal controls; oversight of organization-wide budgets and safeguarding assets through adherence to policies and procedures; and building financial strategies and reports to help MALT maintain and improve its financial health and to meet MALT’s long-term financial goals. Learn more and apply.

Director of Finance and Operations

The Director of Finance and Operations is a full time exempt position responsible for managing MALT’s day-to-day operations to accomplish the organization’s goals and objectives embedded in Board-driven strategic and annual operating plans. This includes all aspects of financial management, human resources, information technology and facilities. This role manages the Operations Team, including the Operations Manager and Accounting Manager. Learn more and apply.

Executive Director

The Executive Director provides leadership toward the development and achievement of MALT’s mission, strategy, annual goals and objectives. The successful candidate will lead and manage all functional areas of the organization including finance and budget management, advancement, easements, acquisition, conservation, stewardship, communications, and human resources. Reporting to the Board, the Executive Director oversees the coordination between all constituents focused to support the preservation of successful agriculture in West Marin. Learn more and apply.