This is great opportunity to work at The Nature Conservancy. Below is an excerpt from the job description and a here’s a link for more details and how to apply.
The Jack and Laura Dangermond Preserve Conservation Information Manager oversees GIS and technology projects related to the operations, management, and research at the Preserve. Owned and protected by The Nature Conservancy, the Jack and Laura Dangermond Preserve was made possible due to the vision and generosity of Jack and Laura Dangermond, who in December 2017 donated $165 million to The Nature Conservancy—the single largest gift in the history of the organization—to purchase this globally significant natural area and protect it forever. The Nature Conservancy envisions a future looking ‘smart preserve’ that leverages technology for ecological management and research. The ideal candidate should be an expert user of the Esri Desktop, mobile, and web GIS suite, has a solid understanding of IoT principles, and have demonstrated ability in aggregating multiple data streams for delivery and use by both TNC staff and the external research community.