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CASA of the Eastern Panhandle is hiring a Director of Communications and Outreach! Details here

Berkeley County Development Authority is hiring!

Status: Exempt
Serves as Associate Executive Director assisting with the day-to-day operations of the Berkeley County
Economic Development Office (BCDA). Assists in the management of economic development activities,
including planning, coordinating, marketing, and implementing business development projects, research and all
necessary supporting activities. Works closely with other constitutionally elected officials.
(These are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work performed. The omission of specific
duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the

  1. Meets with, advises, and receives direction from the Development Authority Executive Director.
  2. Responds to and carries out directives of the Executive Director.
  3. In the absence of the Executive Director, is responsible for the operations of the Development
  4. Participates in preparing fiscal year budgets.
  5. Assists the Executive Director in evaluating and completing performance management reports on
    applicable subordinates.
  6. Develops policies, directives, resolutions, and ordinances in draft and/or final form.
  7. Responds to telephone calls, emails, and office visits from the public and prospective/existing
  8. Attends Development Authority meetings and events, as-well-as other meetings as assigned.
  9. Performs related work as required.
  10. Work requires the ability to read, write, and comprehend complex legal documents, development
    agreements and contracts, executive business letters and communications, development-related
    documents, master plan design guidelines, construction site plans, budget documents, marketing
    documents, journals, newspapers, and technical reports, strategic or operational plans.
  11. Work requires public and persuasive speaking skills in settings that include the Berkeley County
    Council, the City of Martinsburg, general public, organizations, associations and other audiences.
  12. Work requires managing, monitoring, and supervising work performance of BCDA staff including
    evaluating program/work objectives and effectiveness and establishing broad organizational goals.
  13. Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited
    college in Economics, Geography, Marketing, Urban Planning, Business or Public Administration, or
    closely related field;
  14. Two to four years’ experience in economic development.
  15. Strong Real Estate background and experience is preferred, but not required.
    This is primarily sedentary work requiring the exertion of up to 10 pounds of force occasionally, and a
    negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to move objects; work requires reaching, fingering, and
    repetitive motions; vocal communication is required for expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the
    spoken word; hearing is required to perceive information at normal spoken word levels; visual acuity is
    required for preparing and analyzing written or computer data, operation of machines, determining the
    accuracy and thoroughness of work, and observing general surroundings and activities; the worker is not
    subject to adverse environmental conditions.
    A valid driver’s license is required.
    Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential
    This position is salaried and exempt. The compensation is dependent on experience and subject to Board
    of Director approval. The benefit package includes medical, dental, and vision insurance as well as life
    insurance and retirement contributions. Aside from the daily work commute, additional travel, if required,
    is reimbursed at the federal mileage rate. Holidays are paid and annual and sick leave is accrued on a
    monthly basis.
    To apply for this position, please email your resume and two professional references to by the close of business on Friday, December 30, 2022.
    The Berkeley County Development Authority is an equal opportunity employer

Status: Exempt
Serves as Associate Executive Director assisting with the day-to-day operations of the Berkeley County
Economic Development Office (BCDA). Assists in the management of economic development activities,
including planning, coordinating, marketing, and implementing business development projects, research and all
necessary supporting activities. Works closely with other constitutionally elected officials.
(These are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work performed. The omission of specific
duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the

Jefferson County Farmland Protection is hiring!

Organization Description:
Founded in 1993, Potomac Conservancy believes the foundation of healthy, sustainable, and vibrant
communities starts with clean water. As the region’s leading clean water advocate, we ensure the
Potomac River boasts clean drinking water, healthy lands, and connected communities. You will be
joining a small but growing team who works every day to fight for clean water through building a local,
inclusive movement of impassioned safe water advocates.
The Safe Water Conservation Collaborative (SWCC) is a partnership of land trusts, watershed groups,
regional nonprofits, and state and federal agency partners working to accelerate land conservation and
water quality protection and restoration in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia. Together, partners
are working with interested landowners and communities to bring the resources and expertise to achieve
shared goals in water quality, agricultural vitality, and wildlife habitat. Potomac Conservancy is a SWCC
member and lead coordinator and administrator for the coalition.
The Position. The Eastern Panhandle Conservation Manager will be the facilitator and organizer of the
Safe Water Conservation Collaborative’s work, advancing the shared goals of SWCC members by building
the collaborative’s capacity and coordinating implementation of conservation programs and practices.

The Manager is an employee of Potomac Conservancy, will occasionally work on Potomac Conservancy-
specific land conservation projects, and reports to the Director of Land Conservation. This is a new two-
year position, funded by a grant award from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, with an

opportunity to extend beyond two years as resources are available.
Specific Duties:
Build the collaborative capacity of the SWCC (35%)
Coordinate SWCC by working with partnersto:
• facilitate agreement regarding partner roles and contributions
• establish shared processesfor communications, decision-making, and conflict resolution
• coordinate quarterly steering committee and work group meetings
• increase the shared expertise of SWCC partners by facilitating cross-training in conservation
skills including implementation of federal and state cost-share programs, land protection and
stewardship of conservation easements
• create systems of evaluation and adaptation for improving SWCC progress towards
conservation goals
• identify new opportunities for SWCC to accelerate water quality restoration and land protection
in West Virginia beyond the initial two-year grant cycle
Manage landowner outreach and conservation program implementation (45%)
Facilitate outreach and recruitment strategies that encourage and empower landowners to conserve and
protect more land by:
• coordinating SWCC prioritization and strategy choices to maximize landowner participation

• planning and implementing landowner outreach activities, such as targeted marketing, one-
on- one meetings, field days and farm tours, or farmer-to-farmer outreach

• Engaging partners as appropriate for technical needs, funding opportunities, and conservation

• Compiling and sharing a toolbox of conservation programs and services available to landowners
in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia and the northern Shenandoah Valley
• Supporting partners’ efforts to secure funds through grant writing, fundraising or other
financing to enable landowners to implement conservation practices or conservation
Manage the administration of the SWCC (10%)
• Administer the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation grant, including tracking and reporting
on nutrient reductions, documenting matching funds, and managing partner sub-awards and
• Developing activity reports, financial reports and annual reports to describe the
work accomplished, planned and initiated
Support Potomac Conservancy’s land conservation program (10%):
• Participate in Land Conservation Committee meetings, quarterly Board meetings, and Board
cultivation events relevant to the Land Conservation program as necessary
• Contribute to whole organization Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice work
• Assist in drafting fundraising pitches and grant reports for individual, corporate, government, and
foundation funders with the support of Potomac Conservancy’s development team.
• Bachelor’s degree in relevant area of study or equivalent experience

• Experience and/ or education in leading collaborative processes such as facilitating interest-
based negotiation and managing productive conflict processes

• A demonstrated interest in protecting the extraordinary landscape and natural and
cultural resources of the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia and Northern Shenandoah
Valley, with a focus on Berkeley and Jefferson counties
• Experience working with agricultural and forest landowners in rural communities
• Experience and/ or education with land protection, Natural Resources Conservation Service
(NRCS) and Soil and Water Conservation District landowner cost-share programs, and/or
natural resource restoration and stewardship
• Initiative to grow the impact and durability of a place-based collaborative from its early stages
• Ability to engage in systems thinking is a plus
• Proficient computer skills including Microsoft Office; while not required, applicants with
experience working in ESRI ArcGIS will be given special consideration
• The position will require travel within the region, as well as some evening and weekend work with
advance notice
• Salary range is $48,000-53,000 depending on experience;
• Benefits include medical and dental coverage, with 80% of premiums covered by the Conservancy;
• 18 days paid time off and 11 holidays per year;
• Half-day Friday’s in July and August and one week end-of-year break;
• Flexible work schedule;
• 403 (b) matching and flex spending accounts;
• Working with bright, fun coworkers; and interacting with a supportive board of directors.
• The Conservancy follows a hybrid remote- in-person work environment, with options to work
primarily remote, primarily in our Winchester office, or somewhere in between. Co-location at an
SWCC member office in West Virginia may also be available. Quarterly in-person gatherings are
To Apply

Email a cover letter and resume to Avery Siler at with Eastern Panhandle Conservation
Manager in the subject line. Applications are only accepted electronically and should not include any
personal photos. Potomac Conservancy is an equal opportunity employer.
We recognize the environmental movement has not been an inclusive one and has a history of excluding
historically discriminated communities — including Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC), people
from working class backgrounds, women, and members of the LGBTQ+ community. We believe that these
communities must be centered in the work we do. Because of this, we strongly encourage applications
from people with these identities or who are members of other communities that have been historically
excluded from the environmental movement.
For the health and safety of our employees, their families, and our community, all Potomac Conservancy
staff are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19. This mandatory vaccine requirement applies to all
staff working remotely, in a hybrid work arrangement, and on-site. Effective June 2, 2022, new hires will
be required to provide proof of full vaccination with a government-approved vaccine as a condition for
employment. Requests for reasonable accommodations or exceptions related to medical or religious
reasons will be considered. Candidates are NOT required to state their COVID-19 vaccine status in their

Sislers Stone in Harpers Ferry is Hiring!

Customer Service/Inside Sales

  • Full-Time
  • Medical, Dental & Vision
  • 401K (matching)
  • Paid Time Off

Responsibilities include:

  • Manage incoming calls
  • Strong phone contact handling skills and active listening
  • Assist customers’ with product information and orders
  • Ability to multi-task, prioritize, and manage time effectively
  • Strong computer skills
  • Handle customer complaints, provide appropriate solutions and alternatives within the time limits; follow up to ensure resolution
  • Assist with maintaining inventory
  • Willingness to learn products and accounting software
  • Assist customers around stone yard with product selection
  • Strong work ethic and dependable
  • High school degree or equivalent

For more information or to apply, please contact Connie at (304) 725.5636 or connie@sislerswest.comHours are Monday through Friday, 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM

River Riders is hiring a Construction Project Manager, view details here!

BCT is hiring! Details here!

Panhandle Home Health is hiring!

Health Information Services Clerk

Panhandle Home Health, Inc. is looking for a full-time health information services clerk that will maintain medical records and perform insurance verification and authorization processes. This position is responsible for obtaining insurance eligibility, verifying benefits, as well as obtaining timely insurance authorizations. Duties also include verifying accuracy of visit notes and lab results, as well as physician orders and other duties as assigned. A qualified applicant will possess a High School Diploma or equivalency, education or experience in maintaining medical records, the ability to exercise sound judgment, and good interpersonal communication skills.

We offer:

• Competitive Pay and Benefits

• Opportunities for Professional Development

• Close-knit Family Atmosphere

• A Supportive Leadership Team that Values Employee Feedback

For more information, visit or call us at 304-263-5680.

CASA of the Eastern Panhandle is hiring! Details Here!

Chick-Fil-A of Ranson is hiring!

Chick-fil-A of Ranson wants to know…Are you a go-getter with a heart to serve others?  Hungry
to learn and help in a team atmosphere? Love a fast paced environment? Love to prepare food?
We are currently looking for morning or evening shifters (especially mornings ) who can work
full or part-time year round.  Must be 16 years of age and have reliable transportation.  We offer
Sundays off, a flexible work schedule, scholarships, leadership opportunities, leadership course,
competitive starting wages, free food and more.  Sound like something you are interested in? 
Apply today to work for a store that strives to be the Most Caring Company in Ranson, WV.
Typical working hours may be 5:45 – 2 pm, 12-8pm,  or 2-close.