RiverLink is seeking an experienced development professional to join a 35-year old organization with a proven track record of promoting and supporting the environmental and economic vitality of the French Broad River and its watershed.  We seek someone, preferably with a nonprofit background, who is passionate about water quality, environmental education, and land conservation. This is an exciting professional growth opportunity that will involve working with a committed team of staff and outside fundraising counsel to raise annual funds for our programs, advance the conversion of a former junkyard into Karen Cragnolin Park, and to revitalize the Woodfin Riverfront with the completion of an ambitious Woodfin Greenway and Blueway project. Working in collaboration with the Executive Directo

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