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Field Team Leader
Maine Conservation Corps
Posted 1/23/18 
Deadline: February 16, 2018
In the spring, Team Leaders will participate in leadership skills development, covering essential hard and soft skills, and will complete conservation projects as part of a team of Team Leader-trainees. Once the field season starts, the Team Leader will provide direct leadership, mentorship, and teaching for an MCC field team during the summer and fall field seasons. You can expect to work on physically challenging conservation projects in any kind of weather, gaining hands on experience in the groundwork of stewardship. Each day you will return to camp after work to participate in community activities, including meal prep, water collection and treatment, followed by a family style dinner. The Team Leader position requires mentorship, patience, technical aptitude, focus on efficiency, and a high level of comfort in the outdoors. Team Leaders are ultimately responsible for successes and short-comings of the team. Maine Conservation Corps Team Leaders perform many roles, and are the key to our program’s success. The position is multi-faceted and demanding, but with the opportunity for enormous rewards.
To apply: By February 16th, submit a MCC Application, Certifications, and References. Please email Corps.Conservation@maine.gov for questions and information
Location: Augusta, ME
 

Finance Manager
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 1/22/18 
The Finance Manager will provide fiscal support to the Director of Finance and Operations. Primary areas of responsibility include budgeting, forecasting, grant funding and insurance oversight.
To apply: Send Resume and Cover Letter to: Email: finance@mhyc.net (include Finance Manager in subject line), Fax: 720-407-7286, Mail: Attn. Human Resources Director, East Montclair Community Center, 6740 E. Colfax Avenue, Denver, CO 80220. NO TELEPHONE INQUIRIES
Location: Denver, CO


Land Conservation Leaders
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 1/22/18
Position Dates: March 19 - November 30, 2018
The Land Conservation Leaders program is a demanding, team-based, leadership experience providing a service opportunity in environmental stewardship. Land Conservation Leaders actively participate in and facilitate weekly educational sessions and team building activities, plan and lead service projects, and build leadership skills as they serve as Assistant Crew Leaders and, ultimately, Co-Crew Leaders.
To apply: Visit our website at www.milehighyouthcorps.org and click “Apply Now”. Or visit us in person at 1801 Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80204. Questions? Email youthjobs@mhyc.net or call 303.433.1206 ext.221.
Location: Denver, CO
 

Project Coordinator: Land Conservation (Southern Front Range)
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 1/22/18
Develops and coordinates land conservation projects, is responsible for the daily supervision, on-going training and development of seasonal Crew Leaders, and provides critical support for operations and risk management at Mile High Youth Corps.
To apply: Email: Send resume and cover letter to jesser@mhyc.net (include position title in subject line) Mail: Send resume and cover letter to: Mile High Youth Corps Attn. Jesse Roehm, 1801 Federal Blvd., Denver, CO 80204
Location: Denver, CO


Alumni Mentor: Conservation
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 1/22/18
Responsible for providing leadership, support and training for all Mile High Youth Corps Southern Front Range Corpsmembers. Reports to Program Coordinator: Land Conservation.
To apply: Email: Send resume and cover letter to lizc@mhyc.net (include position title in subject line) Mail: Send resume and cover letter to Mile High Youth Corps Attn. Liz Cummings, 1801 Federal Blvd., Denver, CO 80204
Location: Denver, CO


Energy & Water Client Educator Corpsmember
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 1/22/18 
Position Dates: January 29 - June 30, 2018 
Energy and Water Client Educator Conservation Corpsmembers participate in an intensive program that offers leadership development, an opportunity to serve your community and earn bi-weekly living stipend of $948. Corpsmembers make a difference serving in the Denver community installing energy and water saving measures, including high-efficiency toilets (HETs) and compact florescent or LED light bulbs. In this role they are responsible for educating clients on the benefits of the services provided, both to the client as well as the environment. They will also implement a behavior survey that will help inform further energy saving measures. They build critical professional skills, customer service skills, grow as leaders, gain access and opportunities in the community, and have fun along the way. MHYC supports Corpsmembers as they explore their future goals and strive towards their next steps.
To apply: Visit our website at www.milehighyouthcorps.org and click “Apply Now”. Or visit us in person at 1801 Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80204. Questions? Email youthjobs@mhyc.net or call 303-433-1206 x221.
Location: Denver, CO


Program Coordinator: Outreach & Recruitment
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 1/22/18 
Deadline: February 20, 2018
Reporting to the Regional Director: Metro Denver, this fulltime position is directly responsible for outreach and recruitment for the organization’s youth programs including: planning and coordinating outreach activities, implementing and tracking Corpsmember recruitment, and building community partnerships.
To apply: Send Resume and Cover Letter by Tuesday, February 20, 2018 Email: antoniob@mhyc.net (include “Program Coordinator: Outreach and Recruitment” in the subject line). Fax: # 303-433-5997. Mail: Attn: Antonio Barreiro, 1801 Federal Blvd., Denver, CO 80204. No calls please
Location: Denver, CO


Crew Member
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps NM
Posted 1/17/18
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps is a nonprofit organization serving New Mexico youth and the environment. We are looking to hire Conservation Crewmembers for our Spring 2018 season. These positions are seasonal, full time AmeriCorps terms. Applicants must be between the ages of 18-25, and available to camp for 8 days, twice a month, for the entire length of the season. (April -August ). Crewmembers will earn a living stipend of $720 before taxes every two weeks, and a $2,225 educational award upon completion of the program. Applications available at our website: youthcorps.org/get-involved (under “Corpsmember Opportunities”)
Location: Taos or Albuquerque, NM


Crew Supervisor
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps NM
Posted 1/17/18
Program Dates: March 27 - August 13, 2018
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps (RMYC), with offices in Taos and Albuquerque, is a nonprofit work, service and training organization serving communities throughout New Mexico. Crew Supervisors manage a diverse crew of 7-8 young adults aged 18 to 25 in the safe and efficient completion of conservation projects(chainsaw forest thinning/fuel reduction) in the outdoors, while also providing structured opportunities for personal and professional development both on and off the work site. Seasonal, full time, non-exempt. Work typically consists of an 8-day on/6-day off camping (spike) schedule. Time line is March 27th, 2018 through August 13th, 2018. For more information and applications please see our website www.youthcorps.org
Location: Taos or Albuquerque, NM

 

Recycling Program Manager
Conservation Corps North Bay
Posted 1/17/18
The Recycling Program Manager oversees the recycling and waste reduction programs including beverage container, e-waste, used oil and tire recycling programs. The Recycling Program Manager will take a leadership role in all aspects of the recycling programs including assessing community needs, developing projects to meet local needs; creating community partnerships; grant management for all recycling grants including a large state recycling grant; developing fee-for-service projects; fund development; hiring and managing staff members; facilitating communication and integration of recycling programs with CCNB’s other programs; and creating a positive atmosphere to encourage learning and high quality project completion. This position supports the CEO and/or the Director of Natural Resources by carrying out special projects as assigned and by keeping the CEO and the Director of Natural Resources apprised of any pending issues.
To apply: Please submit your cover letter and resume to recruiter@ccnorthbay.org and include ‘Recycling Manager’ in the subject line. You can also fax your cover letter and resume to (415) 454-4595 Attention: Recruiter
Location: San Rafael or Cotati, CA

 

Crew Member
Northern Bedrock Historic Preservation Corps
Posted 1/17/18
Program Dates: May 15 - October 30, 2018
The Crew Member position is a 900 hour AmeriCorps service term commitment that runs from May to October. Northern Bedrock Crew Members work alongside 4 fellow Crew Members under the direction of the Crew Leader. Crews work to preserve and repair historic structures throughout the state of Minnesota. Projects may include masonry, plaster, cemetery monument resetting and cleaning, basic carpentry, and historic landscape restoration. Work is performed primarily outdoors in all weather conditions, and all projects involve extended camping near the project site. This position involves physically challenging and team-oriented work. Crew Members earn a bi-weekly living stipend, and can take advantage of student loan forbearance during their term of service. Upon completion of the service term, AmeriCorps members receive an education award to be used on educational expenses. All Crew Members receive training and credentials in First-Aid/CPR, OSHA, Lead Renovator, and Leave No Trace. During and after the program Crew Members have access to an advisor network of trades professionals, trade unions, and historic preservation specialists. 
To Apply: All applicants must apply online BEFORE February 16th to be considered for the corpsmember position. 
Apply Online at - http://www.northernbedrockcorps.org/join-our-americorps-team/crewmember/
For More Information Visit www.northernbedrockcorps.org
Location: Duluth, MN

 

Crew Leader
Northern Bedrock Historic Preservation Corps
Posted 1/17/18
Program Dates: April 30 - November 9, 2018
The Crew Leader position is a 900 hour AmeriCorps service term commitment that runs from late April to November. Northern Bedrock Crew Leaders supervise and work alongside 5 Crew Members, preserving and repairing historic structures throughout Minnesota. This position involves physically challenging and team-oriented work. Projects may include masonry, plaster, cemetery monument resetting and cleaning, basic carpentry, and historic landscape restoration. Work is performed primarily outdoors in all weather conditions, and all projects involve extended camping near the project site. Crew Leaders lead camping and team-building activities, and are the on-site resource for their crew members and staff during each project. Crew Leaders earn a bi-weekly living stipend, and can take advantage of student loan forbearance during their service. Upon completion of the service term, AmeriCorps members receive an education award to be used on educational expenses. All Crew Members receive training and credentials in First-Aid/CPR, OSHA, Lead Renovator, and Leave No Trace. This position is supervised by the Northern Bedrock Historic Preservation Corps (NBHPC) Operations Manager and Field Coordinator.
To apply: All applicants complete the online application by following the link below, and emailing a cover letter and resume BEFORE February 16th toinfo@northernbedrockcorps.org.
Apply Online at- http://www.northernbedrockcorps.org/join-our-americorps-team/crewleader/
For More Information Visit www.northernbedrockcorps.org
Location: Duluth, MN

 

Spike Conservation Corpsmember
Vermont Youth Conservation Corps
Posted 1/16/18 
Position starts in June
Do you want to do something different this summer? Make a difference, learn new skills, work outdoors, and get paid for it! Corps Members employed by the VYCC enjoy intense and challenging summers. Join a crew of young people to complete conservation projects and make a lasting contribution to local communities and the environment. Be prepared to work hard and learn more than you could possibly imagine about your surroundings and yourself. Positions are available beginning in June and July. Youth (ages 15-18) can apply for 4 or 8 week opportunities. We offer spike (camping) crews and community (day) crews. Young adults (ages 18-24) can apply 5 month spike opportunities.
Location: Richmond, VT


ASL Crew Leaders
Vermont Youth Conservation Corps
Posted 1/16/18 
VYCC is seeking experienced leaders to spend a season guiding youth and young adults who are Deaf or hard-of-hearing in Vermont on our summer ASL spike crew. Live and work with Deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing youth to complete conservation projects and teach camping, living, work, and communication skills. ASL Crew Leader positions require ASL fluency, are three months long and start May 23. This fun and challenging leadership opportunity begins with a paid residential training program on VYCC’s 400-acre campus in Richmond, VT. As part of a crew leading team, you will serve as a teacher, mentor, and role model for a crew of five to eight Corps Members. You and your co-leader will guide your crew to successfully complete important conservation projects including: bridges, stone staircases, trails, habitat improvement, state park infrastructure, and erosion mitigation. You will build a community, oversee the health and safety of your crew, and teach both life and job skills. You must be ready for a challenge and enjoy working with young people (15-24 years old).
Location: Richmond, VT


Crew Leader & Assistant Crew Leader
Vermont Youth Conservation Corps
Posted 1/16/18 
Start Date: May 23, 2018
VYCC is seeking experienced leaders to spend a season guiding youth and young adults in Vermont and North Carolina. Positions are three to five months and start May 23. This fun and challenging leadership opportunity begins with a paid residential training program on VYCC’s 400-acre campus in Richmond, VT. As part of a crew leading team, you will serve as a teacher, mentor, and role model for a crew of four to eight Corps Members. You and your co-leader will guide your crew to successfully complete important projects in conservation or agriculture. Conservation crew projects include: bridges, stone staircases, trails, habitat improvement, state park infrastructure, and erosion mitigation. Agriculture crew projects include: vegetable production for the Health Care Share, a program that connects families in need with fresh produce, as well as livestock management, greenhouse production and nutrition education. You will build a community, oversee the health and safety of your crew, and teach both life and job skills. You must be ready for a challenge and enjoy working with young people (15-26 years old).  
Apply: Positions are filled on a rolling basis, with preference given to early applicants. Submit a resume, cover letter, and at least three references along with your application. Apply now
Location: Vermont or North Carolina


AmeriCorps Conservation Member
Vermont Youth Conservation Corps
Posted 1/16/18
Position starts in June
AmeriCorps Crews are for young adults, age 18+, and focus on specific projects:

  • the Parks Restoration Crew offers carpentry experiences; the Assessment Crew maps and documents trail conditions;
  • the US Forest Service Crew improves trails, backcountry infrastructure, carpentry, campgrounds, and ecosystems throughout the Green Mountain National Forest and New York National Forests.
  • These crews also assist with watershed improvement projects across the state.
  • No prior experience or special skills are needed. We fully train Members to do this job, which will prepare you for future employment in a number of sectors. Start your next outdoor community service adventure in June, for a 2 month service term from June 17 – August 18, or 4.5 months from June 17 – October 30. Compensation includes a stipend of $250/week + $1,566 or $2,960 AmeriCorps Education Award (depending on duration). Room and Board included. 

Location: Richmond, VT


Corpsmember
Southwest Conservation Corps
Posted 1/16/18
The Southwest Conservation Corps engages motivated young adults, ages 18 -25, to complete challenging and impactful conservation and service projects throughout Colorado and New Mexico. Projects may include trail construction & maintenance, habitat improvement, hazardous fuels reduction, re-vegetation and local environmental service projects. Crews may also complete technical and/or specialized projects depending on project partner needs, including disaster relief if the opportunity arises. Each crew consists of 6 members and 2 leaders. Crews work and camp for 9 days at a time in front country and back country locations in all types of weather conditions. Schedules may vary but generally are 9 days on and 5 days off. Crews camp the entirety of the days on and throughout the entire season. Housing is not provided by SCC for the time off. SCC crews work in a variety of national forests, national parks, and on other public lands throughout the Southwest. Crews prepare all their own meals and work together as a group to complete all the necessary camp chores.Our programs focus on place based learning, life skills development, conservation service work, appreciation of diversity, civic responsibility, and career development. SCC also provides an opportunity for Corps members to learn about the local environment, environmental issues, and get introductions to recreation and resource management careers.
Apply online: 
http://sccorps.org/join/adult-crews/
Location: Durango or Salida, CO
 

Conservation Trail Crew Leader
Southeast Conservation Corps
Posted 1/16/18 
Start/End Dates: March 12 - May 30, 2018 Southeast Conservation Corps’ Crew Leaders perform many roles and are the key to our program’s success. The position is multi-faceted and demanding, but with opportunity for enormous rewards. Successful candidates will demonstrate resourcefulness, effective communication skills, excellent judgment, maturity, initiative, professionalism, and the desire to devote themselves to a crew experience where the needs of others are placed above oneself. The Crew Leader position requires mentorship, patience, technical aptitude, focus on efficiency, and a high level of comfort in the outdoors. Crew Leaders are ultimately responsible for successes and short-comings of the crew.
To apply: http://bit.ly/2DgORaA
Location: Chattanooga, TN


Conservation Trail Crew Member
Southeast Conservation Corps 
Posted 1/16/18 
Start/End Date: March 19 - May 30, 2018 
The crew members work as a crew to perform heavy manual labor related to environmental conservation; work outdoors in all types of weather; learn and apply LNT principles and outdoor living skills. Crews may work in a variety of locations throughout the greater Southeast area. Project work may include but is not limited to trail construction and maintenance, timber and stone structures, invasive weed removal, and corridor clearance. This is a fantastic entry level position for those interested in or passion for National Park Service or Forest Service employment, Conservation work, Environmental education, outdoor education, outdoor recreation, travel, adventure, hard work, and looking to gain new skills while challenging yourself. Typical schedule is 9-days on camping at the project site, with 5 days off. You'll have the opportunity to develop basic leadership skills, technical trail building skills, passion, environmental stewardship, teamwork skills, camping and outdoor living skills, and grit. 
To apply: http://bit.ly/2DeZdrw
Location: Chattanooga, TN


Crew Leader
Great Appalachian Valley Conservation Corps
Posted 1/16/18 
Position Dates: Early June - End of July
This is a unique opportunity to help build a local organization while leading a young adult AmeriCorps crew on meaningful conservation projects in and around the Shenandoah Valley.The position is multi-faceted and demanding, but with opportunity for enormous rewards. Successful candidates will demonstrate resourcefulness, effective communication skills, excellent judgment, maturity, initiative, professionalism, and the desire to devote themselves to a crew experience where the needs of others are placed above oneself. The Crew Leader position requires mentorship, technical aptitude, and a high level of comfort in the outdoors.
Apply online: https://gavcc.weebly.com/join.html
Location: Shenandoah Valley in VA
 

Corpsmember
Great Appalachian Valley Conservation Corps
Posted 1/16/18 
Position Dates: Early June - End of July 
This is an exciting opportunity to work on an AmeriCorps conservation crew with the Great Appalachian Valley Conservation Corps. This crew will partner with local public land managers to accomplish meaningful projects to support trail construction and ecological health.
Apply online: https://gavcc.weebly.com/join.html
Location: Shenandoah Valley in VA


Field Coordinator
Maine Conservation Corps
Posted 1/12/18 
Program Dates: February 20 - December 28, 2018
The Senior Field Team Leader will provide support and training to field teams as assigned by the Field Team Program Coordinator. Field Teams are engaged in building and repairing trails and other recreational facilities. Members contribute their service, earn AmeriCorps education awards, and receive relevant job experience. The Senior Field Team Leader’s primary role is to provide field support, training, and leadership, monitor a portion of the field teams, and assist with maintaining the vehicle fleet, office operations, and tool and equipment maintenance.
Location: Augusta, ME


Field Team Member
Maine Conservation Corps
Posted 1/12/18 
Deadline: March 16, 2018 
Start/End Dates: Optional Training: May 14, 2018 – May 18, 2018 Member Orientation and Field Season: May 21 – August 17, 2018 or May 21 – November 2, 2018
Maine Conservation Corps (MCC) is dedicated to accomplishing outdoor recreation and conservation projects for the public, promoting and managing volunteer opportunities, providing conservation education, building self-esteem and leadership, strengthening the future employability of members, while raising the aspirations of members and volunteers. Field Team Members will serve on a team to accomplish conservation projects throughout Maine. Members will also participate in training, adhere to all MCC policies, and live cooperatively with other team members during their term of service.
Location: Augusta, ME
 

Veteran Natural Resources Intern
Nevada Conservation Corps
Posted 1/11/18 
Program Dates: February 19 - April 12, 2018 Spend your spring working and camping outside in some of Nevada’s premier natural areas as a Veteran Natural Resources Team Member with the Nevada Conservation Corps (NCC). Serve alongside fellow veteran and civilian AmeriCorps volunteers while making a lasting contribution to Nevada’s natural heritage. Gain valuable field experience while working on habitat improvement, restoration, and recreation projects with the Bureau of Land Management and local public land agencies in the Southern Nevada. Potential conservation projects may include recreational trail construction and maintenance, exotic species removal, habitat restoration, riparian restoration, illegal road decommissioning and more. The NCC strives to contribute real and meaningful improvements to Nevada’s public lands by focusing on on-the-ground implementation of conservation projects. As a member you will be in the field, swinging tools, planting plants, and getting your hands dirty every day of service. The NCC is looking for members that understand the value of hard work and are ready to get in the field and get things done.
Location: Las Vegas, NV


Veteran Natural Resources Intern Supervisor
Nevada Conservation Corps
Posted 1/11/18 
Program Dates: February 12 - April 19, 2018 
Do you have the previous experience leading Conservation Corps Field Crews? Do you have an unwavering dedication and willingness to put the need of your crew member's first? If you can demonstrate a wealth of knowledge in the technical skills required to implement conservation projects, have a proven track record of leading high function field teams, as well as a commitment to being a continual resource to our crew members, then we want you to be an asset to our leadership team. Spend your spring working and camping outside in some of Nevada’s premier natural areas as a Veteran Natural Resources Team Member with the Nevada Conservation Corps (NCC). Serve alongside fellow veteran and civilian AmeriCorps volunteers while making a lasting contribution to Nevada’s natural heritage. Gain valuable field experience while working on habitat improvement, restoration, and recreation projects with the Bureau of Land Management and local public land agencies in the Southern Nevada. Potential conservation projects may include recreational trail construction and maintenance, exotic species removal, habitat restoration, riparian restoration, illegal road decommissioning and more. The NCC strives to contribute real and meaningful improvements to Nevada’s public lands by focusing on on-the-ground implementation of conservation projects. As a member you will be in the field, swinging tools, planting plants, and getting your hands dirty every day of service. The NCC is looking for members that understand the value of hard work and are ready to get in the field and get things done.
Location: Las Vegas, NV


Forestry or Trail Crew Member
Nevada Conservation Corps
Posted 1/11/18 
Program Dates: May 21, 2018 to August 16, 2018 or May 21, 2018 to November 15, 2018 
Spend a season or more working and camping outside at some of Nevada’s premier natural areas. Serve alongside volunteers from across the country while making a lasting contribution to Nevada’s natural resources and heritage. Gain valuable field experience while working on habitat improvement, restoration, and recreation projects with the U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, the National Park Service, and many other federal and state agencies. Learn firsthand from federal employees and specialists about natural resource and conservation careers. Projects may include trail construction and maintenance, hazardous fuels reduction, and habitat restoration. Both 3 month and 6 month terms are available.
Location: Reno, NV


Restoration Ecology Crew Leader
Nevada Conservation Corps
Posted 1/11/18 
Program Dates: April 2 - September 27, 2018 
In partnership with the Walker Basin Conservancy (WBC), as the Crew Leader for the Restoration Ecology Crew, you will lead a 5-person crew focused on the treatment and removal of Nevada listed noxious weeds in the Walker Basin Area, located in northwestern Nevada. Herbicide application will be the primary treatment and control. Species of concern targeted for treatment include but are not limited to Perennial pepperweed (Lepidium latifolium), Hoary cress (Cardaria draba), russian knapweed (Acroptilon repens), and Tamarisk (Tamarix spp.). The WBC have implemented passive restoration strategies, such as the monitoring and controlling of noxious weeds, in the hopes of the regeneration of native species to restore the land around the Walker Basin. You will coordinate with the agency partners and collaborate with peers to see that project goals are accomplished safely and efficiently. You will be camped in the field with your crew on either 4-day or 8-day “tours” often in primitive and remote locations, and will be responsible for facilitating a healthy and cohesive community within your crew.
Location: Reno, NV


Restoration Ecology Crew Member
Nevada Conservation Corps
Posted 1/11/18 
Program Dates: April 2 - September 27, 2018 
Come join the Nevada Conservation Corps in completing critical conservation work on public lands in some of Nevada’s most beautiful locales. In partnership with the Walker Basin Conservancy, join in the effort of restoring lands around the Walker Basin, located in northwestern Nevada, by monitoring and controlling noxious weeds. As a Restoration Ecology Crew Member, you will become a member of a five person crew focused on the treatment and removal of Nevada listed noxious weeds in the Walker Basin Area. Herbicide application will be the primary treatment and control. You will experience camping in the field with your crew on either 4-day or 8-day “tours” often in primitive and remote locations. You will also work alongside other AmeriCorps volunteers from all over the country. Come experience the beautifully, rugged state of Nevada for yourself!
Location: Reno, NV


Program Coordinator
North Carolina Youth Conservation Corps
Posted 1/10/18
Position Starts: March 2018 
The North Carolina Youth Conservation Corps (NCYCC) Program Coordinator is a full-time, temporary position supervised by the Conservation Program Director that involves the development, supervision, training and management of NCYCC Conservation Crews. The NCYCC Program Coordinator has both supervisory and administrative responsibilities in the field and in the office. The Program Coordinator will work as part of a highly motivated team to manage all aspects of the NCYCC field program including: field staff hiring and supervision, crew support, Corps Member recruitment and hiring and work project management. The Program Coordinator will work closely with the VYCC Conservation Program Director, the Conservation Trust NCYCC Project Director, and other Program Coordinators to gain a full understanding of the program mission, goals, and processes. During the pre-season months, the Program Coordinator will assist with NCYCC Project Development and Partner Relationships, Crew Leader recruitment and hiring, Corps Member recruitment and hiring, and help plan and prepare for all aspects of the NCYCC Conservation Program field season. During the field season, the NCYCC Program Coordinator serves as front-line field support for crews, providing supervision and evaluation of Crew Leaders, training and educational sessions for Crew Leaders and Corps Members, and additional logistical support. The NCYCC Program Coordinator must possess exceptional time management skills, the ability to effectively manage competing priorities, be open to ongoing training related to the organization’s systems and high performance expectations, follow through with multiple on-going responsibilities, and have a strong desire to take a leadership role in a dynamic and challenging a statewide conservation work and education program. During the field season this position involves a great deal of travel and long hours. The NCYCC Program Coordinator will spend several days at a time in the field and must be able to work evenings and weekends. There will be the option to continue to work in North Carolina after the field season in a NCYCC 10-month North Carolina State Park AmeriCorps position.
Location: North Carolina


Program Logistics Coordinator
Vermont Youth Conservation Corps
Posted 1/10/18 
Position open until filled
The Vermont Youth Conservation Corps (VYCC) is seeking our next full-time Program Logistics Specialist (PLS) to join our dynamic team. This position is the make-things-happen person for our program team, assisting program staff with critical operations and logistics. The PLS will be our head vehicle fleet and facilities manager, oversee all tools and gear upkeep, and keep uniforms looking sharp (a key VYCC role!). This role will also work directly with our Farm and Conservation youth crews in training and work projects. To be successful the PLS must have prior experience with mentoring or teaching, being handy with tools, vehicle management, and general facility management, as well having a strong grasp on risk management. 
Location: Richmond, VT


Field Assistant
North Carolina Youth Conservation Corps
Posted 1/10/18 
Position Starts: March 2018
The Field Assistant position is a full-time ~6-month position with responsibilities that involve supervisory, field, and administrative tasks. The successful candidate must easily transition from fieldbased to office-based responsibilities and will focus on training and supporting five crews that currently comprise the Conservation Program of the Vermont Youth Conservation Corps working in North Carolina as the North Carolina Youth Conservation Corps. The Field Assistant is supervised jointly by staff at the Conservation Trust for North Carolina (CTNC) and staff at VYCC. The Field Assistant will start out in Vermont working closely with VYCC Program Staff to gain a full understanding of the program mission, goals, and processes of the VYCC Conservation Program. This may include but is not limited to areas such as Field Staff hiring, training, and supervision, Corps Member recruitment, and work project management. The Field Assistant will make preseason visits to North Carolina to assist with the development of work projects. After Crew Leader training the Field Assistant will transition to North Carolina to provide field supervision to the crews which will comprise the North Carolina Youth Conservation Corps. During the field season, the Field Assistant will train and support these crews, supervise Crew Leaders, respond to urgent situations, and manage complex logistics all the while inspiring Crew Leaders and Corps Members as a confident leader. The Field Assistant must possess exceptional communication and time management skills, the ability to effectively juggle competing priorities, follow through with multiple ongoing responsibilities, and have a strong desire to take on an active role in a dynamic organization. Postprogram, Field Assistant will play an active role in administrative duties including reporting and data management. During the Field Season this position involves a great deal of travel and long hours, generally spending 4 days/week in field and 1 in office. The right candidate will have stamina, a passion for spending several days at a time in the field, and must be able to work evenings and weekends. Due to the dynamic nature of Conservation Corps work, all staff may be asked to take on additional responsibilities as they develop. The right candidate will be confident, have the ability to work independently as well as within a close team, and have a strong desire to manage a statewide conservation work and education program.
Location: North Carolina


Vermont Conservation Field Assistant
Vermont Youth Conservation Corps
Posted 1/10/18 
Positions Start: Multiple positions between March & May 2018 
The Field Assistant position is a full-time ~6-month position with responsibilities that involve supervisory, field, and administrative tasks. The successful candidate must easily transition from field-based to office-based responsibilities and will focus on training and supporting 22 crews that currently comprise the Conservation Program in either Vermont or North Carolina. The Field Assistant is supervised by the Conservation Program Staff. The Field Assistant will work closely with the Program Staff to gain a full understanding of the program mission, goals, and processes and will work as part of a highly motivated professional team to assist in all aspects of the VYCC Conservation Program. This may include but is not limited to areas such as Field Staff hiring, training, and supervision, Corps Member recruitment, and work project management. During the pre-season months, the Field Assistant will focus on Crew Leader and Corps Member recruitment and hiring, and assist with the planning and preparation for Crew Leader training. During the field season, the Field Assistant will train and support crews, supervise Crew Leaders, respond to urgent situations, and manage complex logistics all the while inspiring Crew Leaders and Corps Members as a confident leader. The Field Assistant must possess exceptional time management skills, the ability to effectively juggle competing priorities, follow through with multiple on-going responsibilities, and have a strong desire to take on an active role in a dynamic organization. Post-program, Field Assistant will play an active role in administrative duties including reporting and data management. During the Field Season this position involves a great deal of travel and long hours, generally spending 4 days/week in field and 1 in office. The right candidate will have stamina, a passion for spending several days at a time in the field, and must be able to work evenings and weekends. Due to the dynamic nature of the VYCC, all staff may be asked to take on additional responsibilities as they develop. The right candidate will be confident, have the ability to work independently as well as within a close team, and have a strong desire to manage a statewide conservation work and education program. 
Location: Richmond, VT


Conservation Operations Coordinator
Vermont Youth Conservation Corps
Posted 1/10/18 
Position open until filled
The Vermont Youth Conservation Corps (VYCC) is seeking our next full-time Operations Coordinator (OC) to provide the project management and technical support for our 22 Conservation crews across the state of Vermont. This position is ideal for someone who can be an administrative ace, a pro project manager, and a willing wilderness explorer. This role helps us scout new projects or lends aide to crews in the field. The OC is part of a tight-knit team of young professionals who have technical expertise, develop partnerships, and are eager to work with young people. The right candidate will have conservation and educational experience, and will be ready to dig in for statewide travel, long in-season workdays and some required weekends and nights. Through it all, the OC must be able to maintain their energy, enthusiasm, and passion for the VYCC mission. 
Location: Richmond, VT


Crew Leader
PowerCorps PHL
Posted 1/10/18 
The PowerCorpsPHL Crew Leader is responsible for the daily leadership, direction, support and supervision of approximately ten AmeriCorps members. The Crew Leader serve as a supervisor, motivator, leader, guide, role model, and mentor to the AmeriCorps members and is responsible for the crew’s overall service performance and safety. The Crew Leader is the primary point of contact for AmeriCorps members on their crew and reports to the Assistant Director for Programming. 
To apply: Please submit a resume and cover letter to PowerCorpsPHL@educationworks.org with the subject line as “Position Title_Last Name” (ex. Crew Leader_Smith).
Location: Philadelphia, PA


Leadership Coordinator
Northwest Youth Corps
Posted 1/9/18 
The Leadership Coordinator is responsible for planning and coordinating Northwest Youth Corps young adult recruitment and hiring for all AmeriCorps and field staff positions. The Leadership Coordinator reports jointly to the AmeriCorps Director and Marketing and Recruitment Director to address staffing needs, but works collaboratively with all program staff in their effort to provide opportunities to high quality candidates for field positions. The Leadership Coordinator will also work closely with Program Staff and community partners to expand existing professional development training pathways for AmeriCorps alumni and NYC field staff looking to advance their Conservation Corps careers. This position requires a person with energy and organizational skills, a person dedicated to helping young adults develop the skills they need to lead a successful life, and a person interested in promoting the growth of a generation dedicated to stewardship of our public lands and our nation’s natural communities.
To apply: Send a cover letter, resume, and references via e-mail to: jayr@nwyouthcorps.org with Leadership Coordinator in the subject line.
Location: Eugene, OR


Veterans Fire Corps Project Leader
SCA
Posted 1/9/18 
Program Dates: May - August 2018 
Primary Responsibilities 

  • Act as a Crew Manager guiding crew dynamics and facilitating teamwork
  • Function as a Technical Advisor assisting in training corps members to complete quality work
  • Serve as a Partnership Representative managing relationships with agency partner and ensuring successful and timely completion of work projects
  • Perform tasks as a Program Administrator by communicating with SCA staff, completing documentation and managing a budget

Location: Various locations


NorCal BLM Corps Project Leader
SCA
Posted 1/9/18 
Program Dates: April - November 2018 
Primary Responsibilities 

  • Act as a Crew Manager guiding crew dynamics and facilitating teamwork
  • Function as a Technical Advisor assisting in training corps members to complete quality work
  • Serve as a Partnership Representative managing relationships with agency partner and ensuring successful and timely completion of work projects
  • Perform tasks as a Program Administrator by communicating with SCA staff, completing documentation and managing a budget

Location: California - Southwest


2018 Desert Restoration Corps Project Leader - Backfill
SCA
Posted 1/9/18 
Start Date: February 1, 2018 
SCA’s Desert Restoration Corps (DRC) is a partnership between SCA and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). This partnership has produced nearly a decade o monitoring, preserving, and repairing fragile habitat in the Mojave and Colorado Deserts of Southern California.  DRC – comprised of 4 members and 1 leader –is scheduled for a 10-month season. The crew will spend six months of the program traveling to various worksites throughout the California Desert District to work on projects in partnership with the BLM.  Projects may include, though are not limited to: water, wildlife, and resource monitoring; invasive species monitoring and management; trail work assessment; fence construction/removal; trail maintenance; public outreach events and Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) restoration.  For the remaining four months, the team will be on their Roving Track of projects.  The team should be prepared to travel long distances to work on a variety of projects.  Previous projects include; trail work in the Bridger-Tetons National Forest, watershed restoration in Yosemite National Park, and native plant restoration in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest. During field-based hitches of up to 10 days in length, the crew will live and work out of tent camps in close proximity to worksites.  Occasionally, projects may require the crew to backpack into Wilderness Areas.  Filed-life is rugged, and while on hitch, members should expect to live without electricity, running water, and cell phone reception; additionally, while on hitch, this program is alcohol and tobacco free. Members will typically have 3-5 days off between hitches.  For the duration of the Desert Track, the crew will be provided housing in Palm Springs, CA area, where they can stay during days off.  The crew’s housing will vary depending on the options available at their project sites. Members should be prepared to camp for much of the Roving Track of the program. Check out the Desert Restoration Corps homepage for an in-depth look at what our DRC crews have been up to.
Location: California


SCA DC Community Crew Leader
SCA
Posted 1/9/18 
Program Dates: July 2 - August 10, 2018
Primary Responsibilities

  • Responsible for daily management and supervision of SCA Community Conservation Crew with two to ten members
  • Assist co-leader (some crews are solo-led) in managing student and group safety and development, curriculum delivery, outdoor and environmental education, and work project completion
  • Lead various conservation service projects designed to build an ethic of community and environmental stewardship.  Projects include a range from trail and park maintenance, habitat restoration, to urban agriculture

Location: Washington, DC


SCA Pittsburg Community Leader
SCA
Posted 1/9/18
Program Dates: June 1 - August 8, 2018
Primary Responsibilities

  • Co-lead field based projects, such as trail building, invasive removal and habitat restoration
  • Teach environmental education curriculum
  • Mentor youth in job readiness and personal development
  • Create a fun and productive atmosphere for crew members

Location: Pittsburg, PA
 

Local Program Director
Arizona Conservation Corps
Posted 1/9/18 
The Arizona Conservation Corps(AZCC)/Conservation Corps New Mexico (CCNM) Local Program is comprised of a diversity of crews, all of which have a specific geographical focus in their operations and/or recruitment. The Local Program Director is responsible for the operations of AZCC’s and CCNM’s Local Program crews, ensuring they are operating efficiently, effectively and with the greatest positive impact possible for our participants and partners.  This person will be responsible for our locally-based crews and programs throughout Arizona and Southern New Mexico and will supervise a team of staff who will be on the ground directly supporting crews in the field and completing necessary administrative tasks as well.  Duties include ensuring compliance with all Conservation Legacy policies, safe crew operations, successful completion of work projects, satisfied project partners, and an impactful experience for all participants. 
To apply: Visit http://azcorps.org/about/current-staff-openings/ for a complete position description. Send cover letter and resume to Russ Dickerson, Operations Director, russ@conservationlegacy.org.  Review of application materials will begin as soon as they are received.  Position will remain open until filled and is subject to closure without notice.
Location: Flagstaff or Tucson, AZ
 

Crew Leader & Members
North Carolina Youth Conservation Corps
Posted 1/5/18
Deadline: May 15, 2018
The North Carolina Youth Conservation Corps (NCYCC)  is accepting applications for Summer 2018 positions including Crew Leaders and Crew Members. Get paid to live and work outside, make new friends, and do meaningful conservation work in North Carolina! Never held a hammer or a shovel? No problem. A positive attitude and a strong work ethic is all you need - we’ll teach the rest! All NCYCC positions are located in North Carolina and are 40 hrs/week. Positions are available beginning in June and July and participants live in tents in a camp setting for the duration of the program. 3-week or 7-week opportunities available! Crew Members earn $10.50 per hour and must be between the ages of 16 and 24 years old. Crew Leaders earn $500-$550 per week and must be at least 22 years old. Do you or someone you know already have experience leading a crew? Looking for more responsibility? We’re also hiring for a Field Assistant and Program Coordinator! Gain leadership skills, learn about the environment, get paid, and earn community service hours this summer with NCYCC!
Location: North Carolina


Program Director
Heart of Oregon Corps
Posted 1/4/18
Deadline: January 15, 2018 by 5pm
Heart of Oregon Corps is hiring a qualified Program Director with motivation, professionalism, talent, and passion for empowering and inspiring positive change in the lives of young people. We’re looking for a dynamic and experienced person who can direct and implement strategic programming to ensure corpsmember and conservation project successes. 
Location: Bend, OR


Advocate
Heart of Oregon Corps
Posted 1/4/18
Position open until filled
We’re looking for an Advocate (case manager) who will deliver counseling, case management andsupport to an assigned case load of active and alumni youth to facilitate program success, graduatetransitions, and strengthen career and post‐secondary development.  The Advocate will provide one‐to‐one counseling, barrier assessments, individual plans, and year two follow‐up engagement contracts. The ideal candidate will lead the case management team of each youth, oversee data collection, dataentry, case file management, and work directly with our school district partners.  The Advocate musthave demonstrated ability to engage young people from “at risk” conditions in meaningful, interesting,and creative learning experiences.  They must also have a sincere desire to assist young people tosucceed, develop self‐confidence and become effective community leaders and familiarity with variouschallenges and issues faced by youth from low‐income communities. 
Location: Sisters, OR

 

Corpsmember
California Conservation Corps - Save the Sierra's Program
Posted 12/29/17
Deadline 1/5/18
California Conservation Corps Save the Sierra's CV Program - a new tradition of excellence forged by corpsmembers who will help tackle an environmental disaster caused by tree mortality in some of California's most magnificent rural areas. 

  • Join our teem to fight an environmental disaster of epic proportions!
  • Work a revolving schedule of 8 days camping in remote locations followed by 6 days off in beautiful San Luis Obispo!
  • Members will receive a $20,000 stipend (paid out in monthly installments), health benefits, and a $5,775 AmeriCorps Education Award
  • Paid Trainings:Chainsaw, First Aid, CPR, EEO, Flood, and many more!

Download application
Location: California

 

Corps Member
Seattle Youth Green Corps
Posted 12/29/17
Deadline 1/5/18
The Youth Green Corps build and maintain trails in Seattle Parks & Recreation. Applicants must be ages 18-24, currently unemployed, have a high school diploma or equivalent, and a valid Washington State driver's license. We work outside in inclement conditions (rain, wind, etc.) and the work is hard. Participants receive a $1,500 stipend and additional job training. 
Location: Seattle, WA

 

Energy & Water Conservation Corpsmember (Driver)
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 12/20/17 
Position Dates: January 22 - December 14, 2018
Energy and Water Conservation Corpsmembers participate in an intensive year-long program that offers leadership development and an opportunity to serve your community with a diverse crew. Corpsmembers make a difference serving in the Denver community installing energy and water saving measures, including high-efficiency toilets (HETs) and compact florescent light bulbs. They build critical professional skills, grow as leaders, gain access and opportunities in the community, and have fun along the way. MHYC also supports Corpsmembers as they explore their future goals and strive towards their next steps.
Location: Denver, CO
 

Energy & Water Conservation Corpsmember
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 12/20/17
Position Dates: January 22 - December 14, 2018
Energy and Water Conservation Corpsmembers participate in an intensive year-long program that offers leadership development and an opportunity to serve your community with a diverse crew. Corpsmembers make a difference serving in the Denver community installing energy and water saving measures, including high-efficiency toilets (HETs) and compact florescent light bulbs. They build critical professional skills, grow as leaders, gain access and opportunities in the community, and have fun along the way. MHYC also supports Corpsmembers as they explore their future goals and strive towards their next steps.
Location: Denver, CO
 

Land Conservation Leader
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 12/20/17
Position Dates: March 19 - November 30, 2018
The Land Conservation Leaders program is a demanding, team-based, leadership experience providing a service opportunity in environmental stewardship. Land Conservation Leaders actively participate in and facilitate weekly educational sessions and team building activities, plan and lead service projects, and build leadership skills as they serve as Assistant Crew Leaders and, ultimately, Co-Crew Leaders.
Location: Denver, CO
 

Executive Director
Serve Washington
Posted 12/20/17
The Office of Financial Management (OFM) provides vital information, fiscal services and policy support that the Governor, Legislature and state agencies need to serve the people of Washington State. Serve Washington, established through a Governor’s Executive Order issued in February 1994, administers ederal funds received from the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) with the goal of improving lives, strengthening communities, and fostering civic participation through service and volunteering. Federal authorizing legislation requires the Governor to establish a State Service Commission in order for the state to be eligible to receive federal funding. Serve Washington staffs a twenty-member Governor-appointed commission. The Executive Director is appointed by the OFM Director and serves as Washington’s ranking national service professional and as the primary advisor on national service investments that promotes service and volunteerism as effective strategies to build vibrant and caring communities throughout Washington. The Executive Director administers the federal national service investment awarded to the State of Washington and as such must continuously develop new partnerships to grow and expand national service. This unique position must work effectively with the federal cognizant agency, members of Congress and their staff, local elected officials, subgrantees in the nonprofit and local government sectors, volunteers and AmeriCorps members to build and sustain an effective volunteer ecosystem.
Location: Olympia, WA


Regional Director
American Conservation Experience
Posted 12/19/17
Under general supervision of the ACE National Corps Director, the Regional Directors of ACE California are responsible for soliciting, planning and coordinating conservation and environmental restoration projects, recruitment of staff and Corps members, development and management of program budgets, and staff management.
Essential Functions Specific to the Job:
Solicits, plans, schedules, develops, coordinates and tracks conservation/environmental restoration projects; maintains professional communications and relations with agency project  sponsors.

  • negotiates contracts for work projects and assures compliance;
  • supervises, assists, trains, evaluates, and disciplines staff;
  • recruits program staff and Corps members;
  • monitors program budget to keep spending and hiring within parameters;
  • oversees the management and maintenance of ACE residential properties;

Location: Dulzura, CA


Corpsmember 
Excelsior Conservation Corps 
Posted 12/15/17 
Program Dates: March - December 2018
ECC members will also plan and facilitate volunteer service projects that will introduce over 1,000 volunteers to natural resource management, trail repair and maintenance, habitat restoration, and general conservation stewardship efforts. Members will receive extensive trainings and certifications that will help prepare them to safely and successfully complete assigned projects.  
Some of the trainings will include:

  • Wilderness Advanced First Aid
  • CPR Certification
  • Game of Logging Chainsaw Certification
  • Basic Rigging / Grip Hoist operation

Location: New York 
 

Los Valles Program Coordinator
Southwest Conservation Corps
Posted 12/14/17 
Start Date: February 2018 SCC’s Los Valles field office is seeking a Program Coordinator whose primary responsibilities are to: recruit and select corps members for all adult programs including adult camping crews and Veterans Fire Corps crews; to participate in planning and execution of crew leader and member trainings; to coordinate communication between the field and the office in addition to supporting and mentoring all field staff; to ensure crews are both supported and prepared to maintain safety, program integrity, and quality projects in the field by providing pre-field and in-field guidance; to support crews during orientation, rig-up, de-rig days and during events such as all corps, graduations and trainings; to participate in crew leader work/education days throughout the season; to helping with logistics as needed such as facility general repairs, inventory and maintenance of food shed, tools, saw and gear sheds as well as vehicles; to participate in staff meetings both at home base and with other SCC regions and Conservation Legacy programs. The Program Coordinator may also assist the Program Director to recruit, hire, and train seasonal crew leaders. Both office and field operations are required by this position and a flexible schedule is a must!
Location: Salida, CO


Crew Member (Trails/Saw/Fire)
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps (CO)
Posted 12/14/17 
Program Start Dates: May 25 - June 1, 2018 
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps engages youth in the outdoors, inspiring them to use their strengths and potential to lead healthy, productive lives. We offer positions to youth and young adults (ages 18-25+) to spend a summer serving on meaningful conservation projects throughout northwest Colorado. Projects may include trail building and maintenance, primitive road construction (for Off Highway Vehicles, etc.), building and maintaining irrigation ditches, fence construction, noxious weed eradication, fire fuels reduction with chainsaws, and habitat restoration. Crews of 9-10 people, led by a Crew Leader and Assistant Leader will stay together for the duration of the session. Crews will serve in a variety of changing weather conditions. All corps members will participate in 40 hour service weeks, daily camp chores, educational activities throughout the week, and weekend recreation. Spending a summer with RMYC can be a life changing and rewarding experience. Successful candidates will demonstrate a commitment to service, diversity, self-development, and the team environment.
Location: Steamboat Springs, CO


Field Coordinator
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps (CO)
Posted 12/11/17
Program Dates: April 30 - mid October 2018
The employee in this position will provide leadership and support for multiple crews of approximately 10 youth or adults (10-18 or 18-25 years old) in a 24/7 crew setting. The position requires preparation time, oversight of crew rigging and de-rigging, post session clean-up and hands on project work throughout the season. Field Coordinator’s will be expected to provide leadership and skills training to crews in the field throughout the season.  The Field Coordinator will assist with set-up and implementation of preseason training for Crew Leaders and Assistant Leaders. The Field Coordinator may perform the duties of this position in several different settings including desert, mountain and alpine environments. The position requires extensive bending, lifting, pushing, stooping, carrying and other heavy physical labor for extended periods of time. Field Coordinators may be required to carry a backpack with personal and/or group essentials for extended periods of time or long distances. Field Coordinators may be required to carry hand tools and equipment for extended periods of time or long distances. The nature of the work environment requires that Field Coordinators utilize appropriate safety equipment such as leather gloves, hardhat, long pants, long sleeved shirts and protective glasses.
Location: Steamboat Springs, CO


Youth Programs Assistant Crew Leader
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps (CO)
Posted 12/11/17
Duties & Responsibilities
• Mentor and serve alongside of a crew of 8-16 crew members (depending on which crew) in all day-to-day activities, on the project site and around camp
• Support the physical and emotional wellbeing of the crew members
• Participate in RMYC Crew Leader training, field training and mid-session training (Youth Programs Rendezvous) and post session de-rigging/inventory and debriefing
• Assist with transporting crew safely in RMYC’s 12/15-passenger vans or other vehicles
Location: Steamboat Springs, CO


Assistant Crew Leader
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps (CO)
Posted 12/11/17
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps engages youth in the outdoors, inspiring them to use their strengths and potential to lead healthy, productive lives. We offer positions to youth and young adults (ages 18-25) to spend a summer serving on meaningful conservation projects throughout northwest Colorado. Projects may include trail building and maintenance, primitive road construction (for Off Highway Vehicles, etc.), building and maintaining irrigation ditches, fence construction, noxious weed eradication, fire fuels reduction (chainsaw use) and habitat restoration. Crews of 9-10 people, led by a Crew Leader and Assistant Leader will stay together for the duration of the session. Crews will camp and serve in a variety of changing weather conditions. All corps members will participate in 40 hour service weeks, daily camp chores, educational activities throughout the week, and weekend recreation. Spending a summer with RMYC can be a life changing and rewarding experience. Successful candidates will demonstrate a commitment to service, diversity, self-development, and the team environment
Location: Steamboat Springs, CO


Youth Programs Crew Leader
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps (CO)
Posted 12/11/17 
Duties & Responsibilities
• Mentor and serve alongside of a crew of 8-16 crew members (depending on which crew) in all day-to-day activities, on the project site and around camp
• Support the physical and emotional wellbeing of the crew members and assistant crew leader
• Participate in RMYC Crew Leader training workshops, field training and mid-session training (Youth Programs Rendezvous) and post session de-rigging/inventory and debriefing
• Transport crew safely in RMYC’s 12/15-passenger vans or other vehicles
Location: Steamboat Springs, CO


Conservation Corps Crew Leader
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps (CO)
Posted 12/11/17
Program Dates: May 11 - August 10, 2018
Duties & Responsibilities
• Provide leadership and supervision to a crew of 6-8 crew members (18-25 years old) in all day to day activities on the work site and around camp
• Support the physical and emotional well being of the crew members and assistant crew leader
• Participate in pre-season preparation and post session clean-up and debriefing
• Complete professional documentation of daily and weekly documentation of crew work and activities, timesheets, mid season and end of season evaluations, etc.
Location: Steamboat Springs, CO


ACE Epic Outreach & Recruitment Technician
American Conservation Experience
Posted 12/11/17
Start Date: Early January 2018
Position open until filled 
The EPIC program is seeking to bring a new Full-Time Professional Recruitment Team member who is passionate about public resource management, and desires to be a part of our small, but highly effective recruitment team. Our team works at the national level through ACE's 21st Century Service Corps partnership with our Federal land management partners. Through those partnerships EPIC is responsible for providing a bridge between academia and careers for young professionals seeking positions as a public servant within the Department of Interior and Department of Agriculture. Experience working with government Agencies and higher education institutions will be critical, as we do work with a variety of federal partners such as the US Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, US Fish & Wildlife Service, National Park Service and Bureau of Reclamation. The ideal candidate must have a solid understanding of the rigors of earning a BA/BS degree (or higher) in natural and/or cultural resource management, Environmental Science, geoscience, or related field.
Location: Salt Lake City, UT


ACE Epic National Park Service Member Manager
American Conservation Experience
Posted 12/11/17
Start Date: Early January 2018
Position open until filled
We are expanding our National Park Service (NPS) Division of the Emerging Professionals Internship Corps (EPIC) program.ACE EPIC is seeking to hire a new, full-time professional team member who is passionate about public land management and desires to work through our national 21st Century Service Corps Partnership with our federal land management partners and our talented EPIC interns.The preferred candidate has worked with, or preferably directly for, the National Park Service to balance public resource enjoyment, education, and inspiration with resource preservation. Experience working with other agencies, in higher education, or for non-profits that have a conservation/resource mission will also be very useful, as ACE works with a variety of different partners, including the Departments of Interior & Agriculture.The ideal candidate must have either earned a BA/BS degree (or higher) in natural or cultural resource management, geoscience, education, logistics, statistics or the environmental sciences OR have obtained sufficient professional experience to support our nation's emerging professional resource management workforce.
Location: Salt Lake City, UT
 

Four Corners Veteran Fire Corps Program Coordinator
Southwest Conservation Corps
Posted 12/11/17
Start Date: Late January 2018
Position open until filled
The Veteran Fire Corps (VFC) Program Coordinator’s primary responsibilities are to: recruit and select corps members for the VFC program, to coordinate communication between the field and the office in addition to supporting and mentoring VFC Crew Leaders and members, to ensure crews are both supported and prepared to maintain safety, program integrity, and quality projects in the field. The VFC Program Coordinator will also assist the Program Director to recruit, hire, and train seasonal crew leaders, in developing and maintaining key partnerships and pursue new program development opportunities. Both office and field operations are required by this position and a flexible schedule is a must! The position consists of around 50% field work to 50% office work. On a normal year, the Durango based office runs a minimum of 60 weeks of fee for service work with the Veteran Fire Corps alone.
Location: Durango, CO


Program & Project Manager
EarthCorps
Posted 12/7/17
Deadline: January 9, 2018
Program Team: Coordinating and supporting EarthCorps’ new Specialist Program. EarthCorps Specialists are young adults who have conservation corps experience and a desire to serve in outreach, logistics, or field based positions. The Program & Project Manager will also assist with hiring of corps and specialist program members. Field Team: Project development and coordination between EarthCorps and partner agencies/organizations; contract management; restoration design, materials acquisition, field leadership of crews; supervision of crew leaders and responsibility for maintaining safety standards and organizational goals of EarthCorps in all endeavors.
To apply: Visit earthcorps.org/apply to submit a cover letter and a resume. Application deadline for priority consideration January 9, 2018 with closing date on January 16, 2018. EarthCorps is committed to building a culturally diverse organization and strongly encourages people of color and members of other underrepresented groups to apply. Qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status, or any other class protected by law. EarthCorps is an equal opportunity employer.
Location: Seattle, WA


Crew Leader
Canyon Youth Country Corps
Reposted 12/6/17
Program Dates: February 18 - November 18
CCYC is now hiring Crew Leaders for our spring season! If you’re interested in camping and working in beautiful places while leading young adults in conservation activities on the Colorado Plateau then this job is for you! You’ll be building trails, fences, removing invasive species (with chainsaws), restoring grasslands, doing fuel reduction, and various other tasks assigned by our service partners. You’ll be able to network with people in the field who work with the National Forest Service, National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, and others. You’ll co-lead a crew of 8 in remote locations in the Four Corners region. The season will run from ~late February until November 2018. Upon successful completion of your season you may be eligible for an education award from AmeriCorps. Must be ages 18-25 and pass a criminal history check. To Apply: please send your resume, cover letter, and three professional references to ccyc@fourcornersschool.org. For more information please visit our website: http://www.fourcornersschool.org/canyon-country-youth-corps/apply. Reasonable accommodations can be made for interviews, as well as for service, for any qualified applicant with a disability. 5 reasons to spend a season with CCYC: Get paid to live in the outdoors; Make a tangible difference; Explore the Four Corners region; Gain work experience in the conservation field; See and learn about amazing things.
Location: Monticello, UT
 

Crew Leader - Adult, Youth, and Veterans Fire Corps
Southwest Conservation Corps
Posted 12/5/17
Program Dates: April 2 - late November 2018
Open until filled 
The mission of the Southwest Conservation Corps is to empower individuals to positively impact their lives, their communities and the environment. SCC engages motivated young adults, ages 18-25, Youth ages 14-18, and Recent-era Veterans to complete challenging and impactful conservation and service projects throughout the Four Corners region. Projects may include trail construction & maintenance, habitat improvement, hazardous fuels reduction, revegetation and local environmental service projects. Crews may also complete technical and/or specialized projects depending on project partner needs, including disaster relief if the opportunity arises. Each crew consists of 6-8 members and 2 leaders. Crews work and camp for typically up to 9 days at a time in frontcountry and backcountry locations in all types of weather conditions. Schedule may vary depending on location and program. SCC crews work in a variety of national parks, national forests and other areas throughout the Southwest. Crews prepare all their own meals and work together as a group to complete all necessary chores. Southwest Conservation Corps’ Crew Leaders perform many roles and are the key to our program’s success. The position is multi-faceted and demanding, but with opportunity for enormous rewards. Successful candidates will demonstrate resourcefulness, effective communication skills, excellent judgement, maturity, initiative, professionalism, and the desire to devote themselves to a crew experience where the needs of others are placed above oneself. The Crew Leader position requires, mentorship, patience, technical aptitude, focus on efficiency, and a high level of comfort in the outdoors. Crew Leaders are ultimately responsible for successes and short-comings of the crew.
Location: Durango, CO


Field Coordinator
Montana Conservation Corps
Posted 12/5/17
Program Dates: January 22 - November 9, 2018 
Open until filled 
The Field Coordinator (FC) staff position is responsible for the coordination and logistical support of all MCC activities which occur in the field. Primary duties include direct support of Crew Leaders and Crew Members for adult, youth and specialty programs, with emphasis on the development and delivery of technical skills training, technical and logistical coordination and support for MCC crews in the field, communication between MCC and project partners, management of MCC vehicles, tools and gear, as well as shared monitoring and implementation of MCC’s program and administrative components. Additional activities will include teaching and modeling fundamental skills to participants, field visitation to help ensure the successful and safe completion of MCC projects, providing technical guidance to crews, and ensuring compliance with MCC policies and procedures. The FC will work closely with all MCC crews—field, youth and specialty—within the region. The FC is supervised by the Regional Program Manager and is expected to maintain good communication between all MCC offices, project partners and crews in the field. The position has recurring access to vulnerable populations.
Location: Bozeman, MT
 

YouthBuild Construction Corpsmember
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 12/5/17 
Program Dates: February 5 - October 2018 
YouthBuild Corpsmembers participate in an intensive training program divided between time on the construction service site and time spent in the classroom earning a GED or High School Equivalency. Corpsmembers develop construction skills while providing a minimum of 450 hours of community service through serving on affordable housing projects; set and achieve further educational goals and engage in leadership development, civic engagement and college and career readiness activities.
Location: Denver, CO


Project Coordinator: Land Conservation (Metro Denver)
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 12/5/17 
Start Date: January 3, 2018 
Develops and coordinates land conservation projects, is responsible for the daily supervision, on-going training and development of seasonal Crew Leaders, and provides critical support for operations and risk management at Mile High Youth Corps.
Location: Denver, CO


Land Conservation Leaders
Mile High Youth Corps 
Posted 12/5/17
Program Dates: March 19 - November 30, 2018 The Land Conservation Leaders program is a demanding, team-based, leadership experience providing a service opportunity in environmental stewardship. Land Conservation Leaders actively participate in and facilitate weekly educational sessions and team building activities, plan and lead service projects, and build leadership skills as they serve as Assistant Crew Leaders and, ultimately, Co-Crew Leaders.
Location: Denver, CO


Energy & Water Conservation Corpsmember
Mile High Youth Corps 
Posted 12/5/17 
Program Dates: January 22 - December 14, 2018 
Energy and Water Conservation Corpsmembers participate in an intensive year-long program that offers leadership development and an opportunity to serve your community with a diverse crew. Corpsmembers make a difference serving in the Denver community installing energy and water saving measures, including high-efficiency toilets (HETs) and compact florescent light bulbs. They build critical professional skills, grow as leaders, gain access and opportunities in the community, and have fun along the way. MHYC also supports Corpsmembers as they explore their future goals and strive towards their next steps.
Location: Denver, CO


2018 Outreach Corpsmember
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 12/5/17
Program Dates: January 16 - May 4, 2018
The Outreach Team will be comprised of six Corpsmembers (17-24 years old) serving together as part of the GoWild Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) Inspire Initiative, which aims to connect youth and families to the outdoors. The GoWild Coalition encompasses the Northeast Metro Denver communities of Commerce City, Northwest Aurora, Northeast Park Hill, and Montbello. The Outreach Team will provide targeted outreach, community engagement, and support for GoWild projects such as local family and youth outdoor recreation experiences, field trips, and career exploration initiatives.
Location: Denver, CO


Land Conservation Leaders
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 12/5/17 
Program Dates: March 19 - August 17, 2018 
The Land Conservation Leaders program is a demanding, team-based, leadership experience providing a service opportunity in environmental stewardship. Land Conservation Leaders actively participate in and facilitate weekly educational sessions and team building activities, plan and lead service projects, and build leadership skills as they serve as Assistant Crew Leaders and, ultimately, Co-Crew Leaders.
Location: Denver, CO


Alumni Mentor: Conservation
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 12/5/17
Program Dates: January 29 - December 14, 2018
Responsible for providing leadership, support and training for all Mile High Youth Corps Southern Front Range Corpsmembers. Reports to Program Coordinator: Land Conservation.
Location: Denver, CO


Project Coordinator: Land Conservation
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 12/5/17 
Program Dates: February 5 - December 7, 2018 
Develops and coordinates land conservation projects, is responsible for the daily supervision, on-going training and development of seasonal Crew Leaders, and provides critical support for operations and risk management at Mile High Youth Corps.
Location: Denver, CO


YouthBuild Health & Wellness Corpsmember
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 12/5/17 
Program Dates: February 5 - October 2018 
YouthBuild Corpsmembers participate in an intensive training program divided between time in a health and wellness training program and service site and time spent in the classroom earning a GED or High School Equivalency. Corpsmembers develop health and wellness skills while providing a minimum of 450 hours of community service through serving in a health and wellness related position; set and achieve further educational goals and engage in leadership development, civic engagement and college and career readiness activities.
Location: Denver, CO


Restoration Crew Member
Nevada Conservation Corps (Great Basin Institute)
Posted 12/5/17 
Come join the Nevada Conservation Corps in completing critical conservation work on public lands in some of Nevada’s most beautiful locales. Partner with such agencies as the Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, and U.S. Forest Service, among other State and local agencies, to coordinate and collaborate on project goals so they are accomplished safely and efficiently. Based on your specific project, you will be camped in the field with your crew on either 4-day or 8-day “tours” often in primitive and remote locations. You will also work alongside other AmeriCorps volunteers from all over the country. Projects for the spring and summer season will include habitat restoration, trail maintenance, and forestry work. Both 5 and 6 months terms are available for the spring and summer season. Come experience the beautifully, rugged state of Nevada for yourself!
Location: Las Vegas or Reno, NV


Adirondack Corps Project Leader
SCA
Posted 12/5/17 
Program Dates: April 16 - October 20, 2018 
Project Leaders are an integral part of the success of our teams and they will be expected to strive for proactive communication, create a culture of growth, and professionally represent themselves and SCA.  The Project Leader position is filled with a diversity of tasks and responsibilities and offers a great opportunity to highly motivated candidates who are looking for an engaging and challenging atmosphere. Corps members are responsible for completing habitat restoration, resource protection, and trail projects throughout the 6 million acre Adirondack State Park.  SCA Adirondack Corps teams will use traditional trail skills, restoration techniques, carpentry skills, and hard labor to complete an array of projects.  Typical projects have included, new trail construction, timber bridge construction, removal of invasive vegetation, fire tower restoration, historic building restoration, and trail maintenance.  The program works in partnership with the New York State Department of Conservation (DEC) and the Corporation for National and Community Service (AmeriCorps).
Location: Adirondack, NY


Washington DC Community Crew Leader
SCA
Posted 12/1/17 
Program Dates: July 2 - August 10, 2018
Primary Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for daily management and supervision of SCA Community Conservation Crew with two to ten members
  • Assist co-leader (some crews are solo-led) in managing student and group safety and development, curriculum delivery, outdoor and environmental education, and work project completion
  • Lead various conservation service projects designed to build an ethic of community and environmental stewardship.  Projects include a range from trail and park maintenance, habitat restoration, to urban agriculture

Location: Washington, D.C.


Alaska Regional High School Crew Leader
SCA
Posted 11/30/17
Program Dates: September 2018, end dates vary by position
Alaska’s Regional High School Crews consist of two leaders and a crew of 6-8 youth (aged 15-19) from across Alaska.  Crews live and work in parks, forests, and refuges across Alaska.  Leaders camp with their crews in frontcountry or backcountry sites and work to complete conservation projects.  Typical programs are four weeks in length and run from June through August. Teams will live and work together for the month-long program and have the opportunity to build a small community.  Crew Leaders are an integral part of the success of our teams, and they will be expected to strive for proactive communication, create a culture of growth, and professionally represent themselves and SCA.  The Crew Leader position is filled with a diversity of tasks and responsibilities and offers a great opportunity to highly motivated candidates who are looking for an engaging and challenging atmosphere.
Location: Alaska
 

Alaska Youth Conservation Corps Crew Leader
SCA
Posted 11/30/17 
Program Dates: September 2018, end dates vary by position
Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) Leaders lead and manage a group of locally recruited youth to complete conservation projects and biological monitoring in the Tongass National Forest.  Leader and crew will work together 5 days on and 2 days off or 10 days on and 4 days off with the youth returning home in the evenings or on the weekends, depending on project location.  Leaders are provided housing by USFS in the program communities.  Multiple positions are available across the Forest and may involve kayaking, boat and small plane travel, and working with vulnerable populations.
Location: Tongass National Forest


Crew Leader
Western Colorado Conservation Corps
Posted 11/29/17 
Program Dates: February 12 - November 30, 2018
Crew Leaders will lead a crew of 6-10 youth, 16-25 years old, with an Assistant Crew Leader in a ten week service session. The position also requires preparation time and post session clean up. Must hold members accountable and not engage in any prohibited activities as listed in the AmeriCorps Member Service Agreement.
Location: Grand Junction. CO


Crew Member
Western Colorado Conservation Corps
Posted 11/29/17 
Corps members camp and serve in the backcountry of Western Colorado. Corps members earn a weekly stipend, plus food and lodging when required to camp at project site. Career training takes place primarily in a backcountry setting and involves building and maintaining trails and fences, invasive species removal, and habitat restoration. Learn to camp, cook, orienteer, and live in a community setting. Corps members also have the opportunity to earn up to $2,907, in addition to a weekly stipend, from an AmeriCorps Education Award (restrictions apply). Member must not engage in any prohibited activities as listed in the AmeriCorps Member Service Agreement.
Location: Grand Junction, CO


Field Supervisor
Nevada Conservation Corps (Great Basin Institute)
Posted 11/29/17 
Do you have previous experience leading Conservation Corps Field Crews? Do you have an unwavering dedication and willingness to put the needs of your crew member’s first? If you can demonstrate a wealth of knowledge in the technical skills required to implement conservation projects, have a proven track record leading high functioning field teams, as well as a commitment to being a continual resource to our crew members, then we want you to be an asset to our leadership team. You will supervise up to 9 AmeriCorps Volunteers while building trail, running chainsaws, or performing other restoration projects on public lands in some of Nevada’s most beautiful locales. You will coordinate with GBI staff, agency partners, and collaborate with peers to see that project goals are accomplished safely and efficiently. Based on your specific project you will be camped in the field with your crew on either 4-day or 8-day “tours” often in primitive and remote locations, and will be responsible for facilitating a healthy and cohesive community within your crew. Nevada Conservation Corps is recruiting for Field Supervisors on a rolling basis, but can be somewhat flexible with start and end dates. The preferred start date is February 12, 2018.
Location: Las Vegas or Reno, NV


Crew Leader
Nevada Conservation Corps (Great Basin Institute)
Posted 11/29/17 
The Nevada Conservation Corps seeks motivated and experienced crew leaders this spring season to lead a 5-person crew while conducting critical conservation work on public lands in some of Nevada’s most beautiful locales. Projects may include building trail, running chainsaws, or performing other restoration projects. You will coordinate with agency partners and collaborate with peers to see that project goals are accomplished safely and efficiently. Based on your specific project you will be camped in the field with your crew on either 4-day or 8-day “tours” often in primitive and remote locations, and will be responsible for facilitating a healthy and cohesive community within your crew. Three or six month opportunities are starting as needed. Terms are negotiable depending on availability. Individuals with previous conservation corps leadership experience are preferred.
Location: Las Vegas or Reno, NV


Historic Preservation and Stewardship Corpsmember
SCA
Posted 11/28/17 
Join the SCA MA Forests and Parks AmeriCorps – DCR Preservation and Stewardship Program and serve alongside other Corps members to complete projects on the Boston Harbor Islands, Wompatuck State Park, and other historic sites around Massachusetts. Learn or hone your carpentry and preservations skills while completing window restoration (glass cutting/glazing), repointing historic masonry, historic building stabilization, and restoring homes and structures! Additionally, each corps member will complete a month long personal internship project following their interests in Environmental Education, Park Operations, Park Communications, or outreach.
For more information. click here
Location: Boston, MA


Historic Preservation Coordinator
SCA
Posted 11/28/17
Lead a dynamic corps team to complete critical and timely historic preservation and stewardship projects throughout Massachusetts. Project locations include Wompatuck State Park, NPS historic sites in Boston and other historic land marks from the Boston Harbor Islands to the Berkshires! Guide the corps members to complete critical and timely historic preservation projects that include: window restoration (glass cutting/glazing/muntins), repointing of historic masonry, mothballing historic buildings, demolition and restoring homes and structures! The Historic Preservation Coordinator (PC) plays a crucial role in the success of the corps program. The Coordinator is primarily responsible for recruitment, selection, training, supervision and support of 12 residential corps members. The entire corps is based out of Wompatuck State Park and commutes by van, car or boat to service locations (Housing is available for this position). Additionally, the Coordinator will work closely with the DCR Historic Curatorship Manager to manage the projects safely and efficiently. SCA MA Forests and Parks AmeriCorps, a part of the Student Conservation Association, works in partnership with the MA Department of Conservation and Recreation, National Park Service, and Massachusetts Service Alliance (AmeriCorps) to run the Historic Preservation and Stewardship Corps.
For more information, click here
Location: Hingham, MA


2018 Seasonal Trail Crew
Appalachian Trail Conservancy
Posted 11/28/17
Deadline: January 14, 2018
The Appalachian Trail Conservancy (ATC) mission is to preserve and manage the Appalachian Trail—ensuring that its vast natural beauty and priceless cultural heritage can be shared and enjoyed today, tomorrow, and for centuries to come. ATC was founded in 1925 and is a private nonprofit organization with more than 40,000 members. It is responsible to the federal government for ensuring proper management of the 2,189-mile-long Appalachian National Scenic Trail (known as the A.T.), most of which is located on public lands administered by the National Park Service, the U.S. Forest Service, or agencies of the 14 states through which it passes. ATC assigns sections of the A.T. to 31 Trail-maintaining clubs and provides numerous services to their volunteers, who work to build and maintain the Trail and its facilities. ATC’s crew programs supplement the work done by those volunteers. More information about ATC can be found at www.appalachiantrail.org.
Location: multiple locations 


Trail Crew
Appalachian Trail Conservancy
Posted 11/28/17
The Appalachian Trail Conservancy seeks outstanding outdoor professionals to lead the nation's longest running Volunteer Trail Crew program. Each year the ATC and our partners hire seasonal staff to lead 5 volunteer trail crews from Georgia to Maine. Staff positions include: Crew Leader, Assistant Crew Leader, and Camp Coordinator. Trail crew staff are key in the protection and improvement of the legendary Appalachian Trail, and assist in a wide variety of ways for the development and maintenance of the A.T. For more information, download the 2018 ATC Crew Staff Application and Guide at http://appalachiantrail.org/home/about-us/careers/position-description/atc-2018-seasonal-trail-crew-employment-guide-application 
To apply: Submit a completed application form, a detailed cover letter (or detailed e-mail message) describing the qualities and skills that make you a good candidate, resume, and two letters of reference. The application form begins on page 6 of this packet. Applications must be complete for consideration.
Location: multiple locations


Crew Member
Young American Conservation Corps, Community Training Works, Inc.
Posted 11/21/17 
Improve the community in which you live by working on public roads, lands and waterways (highways, municipal and rural roads and rights-of-way). Work and receive on the job training and wage.  We are targeting young adults (18-29 and veterans up to 35).  Duties include mowing, edging, sweeping, litter removal, brush removal, tree removal, sign washing, occasional fencing and guardrail repair.
To apply: Please go to our website: and print, fill out the application: http://www.ctwfl.com/forms/.  And then fax back to 888-408-8275 or scan and email to us (see our email on our website) . You may include your resume.  Or, APPLY IN PERSON AT THE WORKFORCE OFFICE/ONE STOP/CAREER CENTER IN ST. AUGUSTINE OR THRU their website at: www.employflorida.com.
Location: Ft. Lauderdale, FL


Supervisor 
Young American Conservation Corps, Community Training Works, Inc.
Posted 11/21/17
Improve the community in which you live by working on public roads, lands and waterways (highways, municipal and rural roads and rights-of-way). Supervise, work alongside and provide on the job training to young adults (18-25 and veterans up to 35).  Duties include mowing, edging, sweeping, litter removal, brush removal, tree removal, sign washing, occasional fencing and guardrail repair. 
To apply: Please go to our website: and print, fill out the application: http://www.ctwfl.com/forms/.  And then fax back to 888-408-8275 or scan and email to us (see our email on our website) . You may include your resume.  Or, APPLY IN PERSON AT THE WORKFORCE OFFICE/ONE STOP/CAREER CENTER IN ST. AUGUSTINE OR THRU their website at: www.employflorida.com.
Location: Ft. Lauderdale, FL


Youth Crew Leader
Montana Conservation Corps
Posted 11/21/17
Term Dates: April 23 - August 15, 2018
A Youth Crew Leader Positon is the perfect fit for someone searching for a meaningful position that positively impacts middle and high school age youth, local communities, and nearby public lands. In the spring, Youth Crew Leaders will receive seven intensive weeks of training, covering topics such as conflict resolution, communication, and facilitation, as well as trail work, tool use and maintenance, backcountry travel, and other technical skills. During the spring, Youth Crew Leaders will also have the opportunity to recruit for youth in local high schools, work directly with youth on various service projects, and develop positive and productive co-leading relationships. During the summer, co-leading pairs will lead a crew of 6-7 local high school or middle school age participants on a variety of conservation based projects, from trail work to fencing to campground and fire lookout maintenance to wildlife surveys. Throughout the summer, leaders will facilitate MCC’s Positive Youth Development based education curriculum while teaching and upholding high expectations for work ethic and work standards. Youth Crew Leaders will camp and work remotely with their crews for 1-4 weeks at a time. This summer, hone your leadership and hands-on conservation skills, make a real difference, and have a blast exploring Montana’s wild lands.
Apply online: http://mtcorps.org/join/young-adult-programs/youth-program-leaders
Location: Bozeman, Helena, Kalispell, or Missoula, MT


Youth Conservation Corps Leader
Montana Conservation Corps
Posted 11/21/17
Term Dates: May 29 - August 18, 2018
YCC Leaders will be based out of the Northern Rockies region in Kalispell, MT for their 2 weeks of training. Immediately afterwards, co-leading pairs will travel to their placements for the summer, either in the Libby, Eureka, or Cabinet Ranger Districts in the Kootenai National Forest, or based in Kalispell to work in the Flathead National Forest. Each co-leading pair will lead a crew of 6-7 local high school age participants on a variety of conservation based projects, from trail work to fencing to campground and fire lookout maintenance to wildlife surveys. Throughout the summer, leaders will facilitate MCC’s Positive Youth Development based education curriculum while teaching and upholding high expectations for work ethic and work standards. YCC high school crew members return home every evening. Serving as a YCC Leader with MCC will have a lifelong impact not only on you, but also on the communities, landscapes, and teens enrolled in YCC. You’ll discover unexpected abilities in yourself along with the enduring self-confidence to effectively lead young people toward accomplishing even the most challenging tasks. In the end, it is your commitment to serving others, starting with the youth on your crew, which yields the most satisfaction and the greatest enjoyment.
Apply online: http://mtcorps.org/join/young-adult-programs/youth-program-leaders
Location: Kalispell or Missoula, MT


Senior Youth Crew Leader
Montana Conservation Corps
Posted 11/21/17
Term Dates: March 12 - August 17, 2018
A Senior Youth Crew Leader has the opportunity to not only impact and interact with youth, but also to mentor and train other Youth Crew Leaders. Throughout the Leadership Development Program, the SYCL will provide vital support to the Youth Program Manager and the rest of the staff team, assisting in technical and fundamental trainings required for the summer field season. The SYCL can also expect to assist with administrative tasks and the recruitment and hiring of the youth members. Throughout the summer the Senior Youth Crew Leader will continue supporting and mentoring the Youth Crew Leaders and Youth Crew Members with field visits and technical assistance on projects. This is a unique and dynamic position where one can grow individually and professionally while working on independent tasks and supporting staff, leaders, and members. 
Apply online: http://mtcorps.org/join/young-adult-programs/youth-program-leaders
Location: Bozeman, Helena, Kalispell, or Missoula, MT


Conservation Intern
Montana Conservation Corps 
Posted 11/21/17 
Position Dates: 5/16/18 - 8/17/18 OR Extended Term 5/16/18 - 10/5/18 
The MCC Conservation Intern works under the supervision of Montana Conservation Corps (MCC) staff and host site supervisors to complete MCC and partner projects. Primary responsibilities of the position will be determined by individual host sites in collaboration with MCC, and will include assuring the successful completion of natural resource projects, delivery of MCC program components, and maintaining a positive working relationship with host sites, MCC and the public. Conservation Interns are required to participate in all elements of the MCC program to the best of their ability, meet AmeriCorps requirements, and be enrolled as an AmeriCorps member for the duration of the program. Conservation Interns are responsible for keeping host site supervisors and MCC staff informed through daily and biweekly paperwork.
Apply online: http://mtcorps.org/join/big-sky-watershed-corps-conservation-internships/conservation-intern-program
Location: Varies based on host site placement


Program Officer
California State Commission
Posted 11/21/17
Deadline: December 4, 2017
This Term Appointment will initially be for a three-year period, but may be extended for a total of five years. Should the need arise, this position may be made permanent without further competition. As an employee on a Term Appointment, you will not acquire competitive status and you will not be covered by the agency's Interchange Agreement with the Office of Personnel Management, which allows for noncompetitive transfer from CNCS to other agencies in the competitive service of the federal government. More information about interchange agreements can be found HEREThis position is located in the California State Office within the Office of Field Liaison, Department of the Chief of Program Operations, Corporation for National and Community Service (Corporation), Los Angeles, CA.
Location: Los Angeles, CA


New Hampshire Corps Project Leader
SCA
Posted 11/17/17 
Program Dates: April 16 - Ocotober 26, 2018
The SCA NH Corps Project Leader plays a crucial role in the success of the conservation program, working closely with the Conservation Coordinator to train, supervise, and support 3 field crews of corps members completing habitat restoration, resource protection, and trail projects throughout New Hampshire.  SCA NH Corps crews use traditional trail skills, restoration techniques, carpentry skills, and physical labor to complete an array of projects while camping on 11 day hitches.  Typical projects include trail construction & maintenance, carpentry, bridge construction, invasive vegetation removal, and habitat restoration.  The program works in partnership with New Hampshire State Parks and the Corporation for National and Community Service (AmeriCorps). The Project Leader is largely a field based position spending approximately 80% of time traveling during the Conservation Service Season to project sites.   
Location: Bear Brook State Park, Allenstown, New Hampshire


Field Team Leader
Maine Conservation Corps
Posted 11/17/17 
Deadline: December 22, 2017
In the spring, Team Leaders will participate in leadership skills development, covering essential hard and soft skills, and will complete conservation projects as part of a team of Team Leader-trainees. Once the field season starts, the Team Leader will provide direct leadership, mentorship, and teaching for an MCC field team during the summer and fall field seasons. You can expect to work on physically challenging conservation projects in any kind of weather, gaining hands on experience in the groundwork of stewardship. Each day you will return to camp after work to participate in community activities, including meal prep, water collection and treatment, followed by a family style dinner. The Team Leader position requires mentorship, patience, technical aptitude, focus on efficiency, and a high level of comfort in the outdoors. Team Leaders are ultimately responsible for successes and short-comings of the team. Maine Conservation Corps Team Leaders perform many roles, and are the key to our program’s success. The position is multi-faceted and demanding, but with the opportunity for enormous rewards.
Location: Augusta, ME 
 

Trail Training Member
Maine Conservation Corps
Posted 11/17/17
Deadline: December 22, 2017
Maine Conservation Corps (MCC) is dedicated to accomplishing outdoor recreation and conservation projects for the public, promoting and managing volunteer opportunities, providing conservation education, building self-esteem and leadership, strengthening the future employability of members, while raising the aspirations of members and volunteers. Trail Training members are 300 hour AmeriCorps members that will attend MCC’s 13 week Trail Training Program, which upon successful completion will qualify them to lead a MCC field team. Members will participate in training for hard and soft skills associated with creating and rehabilitating sustainable trails, as well as mentoring field team members. (Training February 20 - May 18, 2018)
Location: Augusta, ME
 

Development Director
Northern Bedrock Historic Preservation Corps
Posted 11/16/17
Deadline 11/29/17
Ideal candidates are passionate about using their talents to continue to build and maintain this successful start-up organization. As a member of the Executive Team, this position will work collaboratively to achieve the mission and goals, inform planning and budgeting, and align development and marketing activities with organizational priorities. Qualified candidates have experience writing to motivate, inspire and engage potential supporters to act. The position requires strong organizational and networking skills, the ability to work on various projects simultaneously, and a strong eye for detail.
The Director identifies prospective grant opportunities, submits compelling proposals and manages received grants. The Development Director is responsible for identifying, cultivating and soliciting new funders. This position develops and implements the individual giving plan, and creates organizational fundraising strategies. The Development Director is also responsible for the creation of marketing and communication plans and provides content and direction for traditional and online media. Candidates will have a strong background in communications, including website management and social media. The Development Director reports to the Executive Director and collaborates with Northern Bedrock management team.
Location: Duluth, MN

 

Idaho Corps Project Leader
SCA
Posted 11/16/17
Program runs April - October 2018
The Student Conservation Association (SCA), America’s #1 conservation service organization seeks qualified applicants to lead, educate, and inspire young adults in Corps programs across the country. Project Leaders are an integral part of the success of our teams and they will be expected to strive for proactive communication, create a culture of growth, and professionally represent themselves and SCA.  The Project Leader position is filled with a diversity of tasks and responsibilities and offers a great opportunity to highly motivated candidates who are looking for an engaging and challenging atmosphere. 
Location: Idaho

           

Alaska Corps Project Leader
SCA
Posted 11/16/17
Program runs April - September 2018
The Student Conservation Association (SCA), America’s #1 conservation service organization seeks qualified applicants to lead, educate, and inspire a team of 5 young adult participants in the completion of conservation projects throughout the state of Alaska.  Typical projects include trail maintenance and construction, exotic plant management, fuels reduction and habitat restoration. Teams will live and work together for the entire season and have the opportunity to build a small community.  Project Leaders are an integral part of the success of our teams and they will be expected to strive for proactive communication, create a culture of growth, and professionally represent themselves and SCA.  The Project Leader position is filled with a diversity of tasks and responsibilities and offers a great opportunity to highly motivated candidates who are looking for an engaging and challenging atmosphere.      
Location: various locations in Alaska

 

Field Crew Leader
Texas Conservation Corps at American YouthWorks
Posted 11/16/17
Start Date November 28th (flexible) 
Texas Conservation Corps is recruiting one more Crew Leader to lead a Field Crew for 2018. The term would end November 16th, 2018 - due to this crew season being split into two six month crews, we're willing to have the Crew Leader term be six month with an end date of June 22nd. 
Leaders will co-lead a 10 person crew through conservation projects. Crews will typically work a 10 days on and 4 days off schedule: leaving on a Monday, and coming back the following Wednesday. At the beginning of the week, the crew will go grocery shopping and purchase food with a budget provided by TxCC. The crews will then work, camp, eat, and live together until the end of their 10 day work cycle. For local project site’s, crews will work a regular 8-5pm, Monday-Friday schedule. During projects, the crews will get to and from their project sites using our vehicles, driven by the crew leaders. Stipend: $1,500 / month
Location: Austin, TX

 

Program Coordinator
Southeast Conservation Corps
Posted 11/13/17
Position open untill filled (preferred start date Mid-December 2017; negotiable)
Program Coordinator primary responsibilities are to recruit and select leaders for all programs; to participate in the planning and execution of all leader and member trainings; to coordinate communication between the field and office staff, as well as supporting and mentoring all field staff; to ensure crews are both supported and prepared to maintain safety, program integrity, and quality projects in the field by providing pre-field and in-field guidance; to support crews during orientation, rig-up, de-rig days and during events such as all corps, graduations and trainings; to participate in crew leader work/education days throughout the season; to helping with logistics as needed such as facility general repairs, inventory and maintenance of food shed, tools, saw and gear sheds as well as vehicles; to participate in staff meetings both at home base and with other Conservation Legacy programs.
Both office and field operations are required by this position. This position is dynamic and comfortability and flexibility with an ever-shifting work schedule is a must! The position consists of around 40% fieldwork to 60% office work. To Apply: Send Cover letter and resume brenna@conservationlegacy.org
Location: Chattanooga, TN

 

Natural Resources Crew (NRC) Coordinator - Marin 
Conservation Corps North Bay
Posted 11/9/17
Position open until filled
The NRC Coordinator (Marin) oversees the implementation and supervision of the Marin Natural Resources Program. This position supervises crew supervisors working on a wide variety of conservation projects with crews of 18 to 30-year old Corpsmembers, many of whom are from underserved communities or are youth at risk. In conjunction with the Natural Resources Director and Natural Resources Manager, the Coordinator works closely with sponsors to complete and ensure the quality of all projects. The NRC Coordinator works closely with other CCNB staff to ensure that safety, training, and quality follow best practices and are up to date across all sites and projects. To apply: Please submit your Cover Letter and Resume to recruiter@ccnorthbay.org and include “NRC Coordinator” in the subject line. You can also fax your cover letter and resume to (415) 454-4595 Attn: Recruiter.       
Location: San Rafael, CA

 

Crew Leader Development Program
Southwest Conservation Corps
Posted 11/9/17
Program Dates: Early April - Late November 2018
Open until filled
The AmeriCorps (A*C) Crew Leader Development Program (CLDP) is a two phase program. The first phase focuses on orientation, training and development, the second phase focuses on implementation and continued leadership development. The AmeriCorps CLDP provides young adults the opportunity to develop outdoor conservation and leadership skills; participants will be exposed to a variety of conservation projects, leadership experiences, and service opportunities on public lands and in local communities throughout the Southwest region of Colorado. Basic program structure will include:

  • 8-weeks of crew leader training with experienced SCC crew leaders. Trainings will include: Introduction to SCC mission, staff, and culture.  SCC policies and procedures, risk management, managing crew dynamics, front country and backcountry outdoor living, Leave No Trace, Forest Service Recognized S-212 Chainsaw Training, technical trail skills, project management, partner relations, logistics and Wilderness Medicine (WFR).
  • Co-leading adult conservation crews (trail, saw, etc.) during the Summer and Fall. While co-leading, members will be responsible for project management, as well as the care and well-being of a 6-8 member crew completing conservation projects on public lands, such as trail restoration, native planting, habitat rehabilitation, invasive species removal, chainsaw, or various public recreational facility improvements. Crew leaders in development are responsible for the physical and emotional well-being of the crew in the absence of their co-leader.

Location: Durango or Salida, CO

 

Youth Crew Leader Development Program
Southwest Conservation Corps
Posted 11/9/17
Program Dates: Early April - Late November 2018
Open until filled
The AmeriCorps (A*C)Youth Crew Leader Development Program (CLDP) is a two phase program. The first phase focuses on orientation, training and development, the second phase focuses on implementation and continued leadership development. The AmeriCorps CLDP provides young adults the opportunity to develop outdoor conservation and leadership skills; participants will be exposed to a variety of conservation projects, leadership experiences, and service opportunities on public lands and in local communities throughout the Southwest region of Colorado. Basic program structure will include:

  • 8-weeks of crew leader training with experienced SCC crew leaders. Trainings will include: Introduction to SCC mission, staff, and culture, SCC policies and procedures, risk management, managing crew dynamics, front country and backcountry outdoor living, Leave No Trace, Forest Service Recognized S-212 Chainsaw Training, technical trail skills, project management, partner relations, logistics and Wilderness Medicine (WFR) and a youth specific Training...click link above for full position description.

Location: Durango, CO

 

Field Coordinator
Utah Conservation Corps
Posted 11/7/17
Term Dates: January 29 – November 16, 2018
The UCC Field Coordinator is a full-time, 42-week position responsible for providing direct leadership and support to UCC field crews and working as part of the UCC field staff team to provide seasonal trainings and logistical coordination.  The Field Coordinator is an integral member of UCC field operations, ensuring that UCC crews are adequately trained and prepared to perform high quality conservation service in a positive, safe, and productive environment...click link above for full description and application instructions. 
Location: Positions available based in Logan, Moab, and Cedar City, UT. Frequent travel to project sites throughout the region.

 

Crew Leader - Veterans Trail Crew 
Wyoming Conservation Corps
Posted 11/2/17
Position runs January - August 2018
NOW HIRING MILITARY VETERANS - The Wyoming Trail Crew (WTC) is a collaborative program focused on the design, creation, and maintenance of diverse trail systems on the public lands of Wyoming. The crew will function in an eight person teams across the state working on trail construction and maintenance projects for 10 days at a time. The veteran crew will camp out next to the projects they are working on, perform as a team, meet potential future employers, work long hours, eat bacon and eggs every morning, and work and live in Wyoming’s wonderful public land. For more information please contact Jim Fried, Jfried@uwyo.edu, 314-974-5537.
Location: Wyoming

 

2018 Outreach Team Crew Leader
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 11/1/17
Position runs January - May 2018
Mile High Youth Corps is a regional, non-profit, AmeriCorps (www.americorps.gov) affiliated organization that engages youth in jobs that help the planet and provide pathways to a promising future. Corpsmembers work on conservation and environmental stewardship projects throughout the Denver Metro Area while engaging in meaningful education activities. Mile High Youth Corps Crew Leader positions require individuals who are skilled problem-solvers, experienced leaders and positive role models.  The Outreach Team will be comprised of six Corpsmembers (17-24 years old) serving together as part of the GoWild Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) Inspire Initiative.   The GoWild Coalition encompasses the Northeast Metro communities of Commence City, Northwest Aurora, Northeast Park Hill, and Montbello.   The Outreach Team will provide targeted outreach, community engagement, and support for GoWild projects such as local family and youth outdoor recreation experiences, field trips, and career exploration initiatives. To Apply: Email: Send resume and cover letter to Nick Broncucia at nickbr@mhyc.net (include position title in subject line).
Location: Metro Denver

 

Energy and Water Conservation Corpsmember (Driver)
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 10/26/17
Position runs January - December 2018
Energy and Water Conservation Corpsmembers participate in an intensive year-long program that offers leadership development and an opportunity to serve your community with a diverse crew. Corpsmembers make a difference serving in the Denver community installing energy and water saving measures, including high-efficiency toilets (HETs) and compact florescent light bulbs.  They build critical professional skills, grow as leaders, gain access and opportunities in the community, and have fun along the way.  MHYC also supports Corpsmembers as they explore their future goals and strive towards their next steps. 

  • To Apply: Visit our website at www.milehighyouthcorps.org and click “Apply Now”.  Or visit us in person at our headquarters 1801 Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80204.                              
  • Questions? Please email youthjobs@mhyc.net or call 303-433-1206 ext. 221

Location: Metro Denver, CO

 

Energy and Water Conservation Corpsmember (Non-Driver)
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 10/26/17
Position runs January - December 2018
Energy and Water Conservation Corpsmembers participate in an intensive year-long program that offers leadership development and an opportunity to serve your community with a diverse crew. Corpsmembers make a difference serving in the Denver community installing energy and water saving measures, including high-efficiency toilets (HETs) and compact florescent light bulbs.  They build critical professional skills, grow as leaders, gain access and opportunities in the community, and have fun along the way.  MHYC also supports Corpsmembers as they explore their future goals and strive towards their next steps.  

  • To Apply: Visit our website at www.milehighyouthcorps.org and click “Apply Now”.  Or visit us in person at our headquarters 1801 Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80204.                              
  • Questions? Please email youthjobs@mhyc.net or call 303-433-1206 ext. 221

Location: Metro Denver, CO

 

GoWild Spring 2018 Outreach Team Corpsmember
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 10/26/17
Position runs January - May 2018
The Outreach Team will be comprised of six Corpsmembers (17-24 years old) serving together as part of the GoWild Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) Inspire Initiative, which aims to connect youth and families to the outdoors. The GoWild Coalition encompasses the Northeast Metro Denver communities of Commerce City, Northwest Aurora, Northeast Park Hill, and Montbello. The Outreach Team will provide targeted outreach, community engagement, and support for GoWild projects such as local family and youth outdoor recreation experiences, field trips, and career exploration initiatives. 

  • To Apply: Visit our website at www.milehighyouthcorps.org and click “Apply Now”.  Or visit us in person at our headquarters 1801 Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80204.                              
  • Questions? Please email youthjobs@mhyc.net or call 303-433-1206 ext. 221

​Location: Northeast Metro Denver, CO

 

AmeriCorps Field Crew Leader
Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa
Posted 10/26/17
Deadline 12/31/17
AmeriCorps Field Crew Leaders (ages 18-25) lead crews of 4-5 members in natural resource management projects across the Midwest. Typical projects include tree planting, exotic species management, trail construction, stream bank stabilization, prescribed burning, wildland fire fighting and emergency response. Crew Leaders assist with member training and development, perform equipment maintenance and help members improve technical skills. Leader serve as the primary liaison between project hosts and program staff and are responsible for the crew’s overall service performance and safety during a project. Crew Leaders also get the chance to work alongside conservation professionals and explore career options within the environmental field. This is a full-time commitment for a year-long AmeriCorps service term. The Crew Leader will receive a monthly stipend and an education award upon successful completion of the term that may be used for education expenses or to repay qualified student loans. Early application encouraged. Applications considered as received. Questions? Contact Megan Zeiher, Recruitment Coordinator, recruit@conservationcorps.org or 651-209-9900 x35
Locations: multiple locations in Minnesota and Iowa. See full position description for details. 

 

AmeriCorps Field Crew Member
Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa
Posted 10/26/17
Deadline 12/31/17
AmeriCorps Field Crew Members (ages 18-25) receive on-the-job training to learn natural resources management skills and put those skills into practice completing habitat restoration projects throughout the Midwest. Crews complete natural resource conservation projects such as tree planting, exotic species management, trail construction, stream bank stabilization, prescribed burning, wildland fire fighting and emergency response. Crew Members also get the chance to work alongside conservation professionals and explore career options within the environmental field. This is a full-time commitment for a year-long AmeriCorps service term. The Crew Member will receive a monthly stipend and an education award upon successful completion of the term that may be used for education expenses or to repay qualified student loans. Early application encouraged. Applications considered as received. Questions? Contact Megan Zeiher, Recruitment Coordinator, recruit@conservationcorps.org or 651-209-9900 x35
Locations: multiple locations in Minnesota and Iowa. See full position description for details. 

 

AmeriCorps Youth Outdoors School and Community Forest Crew Member and Leader
Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa
Posted 10/26/17
Deadline 12/31/17
AmeriCorps Youth Outdoors School and Community Forest Members and Leaders will participate in on-the-job training to learn natural resource management and forestry skills, and put those skills into practice completing work at School Forest and Community Forest sites in Minnesota. Community Forest projects involve working with project partners to complete tree plantings in 12 communities across Minnesota, mainly during the spring and fall. School Forest projects involve working with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and other project partners to complete site renovation and training at designated School Forest sites across the state. The crew will use natural resource and forestry management techniques to improve outdoor classroom sites and provide training to site stewards, facility managers, teachers and community partners. The crew will also engage students at school forest sites by providing environment education and leading the students in service-learning projects.This is a full-time commitment for a year-long AmeriCorps service term. Projects will require frequent travel and camping and may often include weekend work. The Crew Member or Leader will receive a monthly stipend and an education award upon successful completion of the term that may be used for education expenses or to repay qualified student loans. Early application encouraged. Applications considered as received. Questions? Contact Megan Zeiher, Recruitment Coordinator, recruit@conservationcorps.org or 651-209-9900 x35
Locations: Saint Paul, MN

 

AmeriCorps Youth Outdoor Crew Members and Leaders
Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa
Posted 10/26/17
Deadline 12/31/17
AmeriCorps Youth Outdoors Members and Leaders (ages 18-25) perform natural resource restoration projects with a crew of their adult peers and engage Twin Cities youth in after-school service projects and environmental education. In spring and fall, corpsmembers lead crews of Twin Cities’ youth participants (ages 15-18) in environmental education and community service projects after school and on Saturdays. In summer, crews complete natural resource restoration projects. Corpsmembers inspire youth, conduct community outreach and restore habitat in partnership with resource management agencies, working alongside conservation professionals. This is a full-time commitment for a year-long AmeriCorps service term. The Crew Member or Leader will receive a monthly stipend and an education award upon successful completion of the term that may be used for education expenses or to repay qualified student loans. Early application encouraged. Applications considered as received. Questions? Contact Megan Zeiher, Recruitment Coordinator, recruit@conservationcorps.org or 651-209-9900 x35
Locations: Saint Paul, Minneapolis, Greater Ramsey County

 

Disaster Response Program Manager
American YouthWorks
Posted 10/18/17
Position open until filled
The Disaster Programs Manager is responsible for coordinating and supporting all aspects of the disaster response program’s operation, development, and expansion. The Disaster Programs Manager will develop and maintain project partnerships, facilitate AmeriCorps grant compliance, and support administrative needs for field operations in order to implement and maintain quality, safe, highly effective operational programming.
Location: based in Austin, TX

 

Houston Program Manager
American YoutWorks
Posted 10/18/17
Position open until filled
The Houston Program Manager is responsible for coordinating and supporting all aspects of the Houston program’s operation, development, and expansion. Program Manager will develop and maintain project partnerships, facilitate AmeriCorps grant compliance, and support administrative needs for field operations in order to implement and maintain quality, safe, highly effective operational programming.
Location: based in Houston, TX

 

Baton Rouge Program Manager
American YouthWorks
Posted 10/18/17
Position open until filled
The Baton Rouge Program Manager is responsible for coordinating and supporting all aspects of the Louisiana program’s operation, development, and expansion. Program Manager will develop and maintain project partnerships, facilitate AmeriCorps grant compliance, and support administrative needs for field operations in order to implement and maintain quality, safe, highly effective operational programming.
Location: based in Baton Rouge, LA

 

Grand Canyon Trails Corpsmember
Arizona Conservation Corps - Flagstaff
Posted 10/18/17
Deadline 12/25/17.
Term Dates: 1/29/18 - 7/6/18
As an AmeriCorps program participant, work effectively as member of crew; perform heavy manual labor related to environmental conservation and restoration projects; work outdoors in all types of weather and successfully adapts to various climates; camps overnight outdoors in wilderness areas near work sites for short or extended periods of time; effectively learn and apply new environmental conservation and restoration skills and outdoor living skills; actively participate in environmental education activities; practice appropriate safety procedures in all tasks assigned; use, maintain and repair hand and power tools as necessary.
AZCC works with a variety of land management agencies in Arizona, such as the United States Forest Service, National Park Service and Bureau of Land Management. Projects vary but include trail construction and maintenance, ecosystem restoration, habitat restoration, fire fuels reduction, fencing on public lands, invasive weed removal, tamarisk removal, and herbicide applications. APPLY ONLINE: azcorps.org/join.
Location: Flagstaff, AZ

 

Wildland Restoration Team Leader
Montana Conservation Corps
Posted 10/18/17
Term Dates: February 5, 2018 - November 7, 2018
The Wildland Restoration Team Leaders gain valuable, practical, and professional experience in the burgeoning field of ecological restoration. The primary focus of the WRT Leader is the identification, treatment, and inventory of invasive plant species throughout our most iconic and endangered landscapes in the Northern Rockies ecosystem. WRT Leaders become well versed in the identification of both native and invasive plant species, the impacts of invasive species on public lands, and safe and effective methods to treat infestations via chemical, mechanical, and manual methods. Depending on term of service and team placement, additional experience and project work in community-based restoration efforts, stream restoration, water quality monitoring, mapping, and revegetation projects round-out the regional project base. Our Western Wildlands (Missoula) region focuses on backcountry projects in Selway Bitterroot, Frank Church and Scapegoat Wilderness Areas, while our Greater Yellowstone (Bozeman) region works extensively in nearby National Parks, including Yellowstone, Grand Teton, and Theodore Roosevelt. APPLY ONLINE: http://mtcorps.org/join/field-crews/crew-leader 
Location: 
Bozeman or Missoula, MT 

 

Senior Crew Leader
Montana Conservation Corps
Posted 10/18/17
Term Dates: February 5, 2018 - November 7, 2018
A Senior Crew Leader’s term of service provides the opportunity to explore different roles and responsibilities within the organization. During the Leadership Development Program the Senior Crew Leader supports regional staff in training Field and Youth Crew Leaders with the technical and fundamental skills required for their field season. Throughout the summer and fall the Senior Crew Leader is there to continue to support leaders as they reach project goals, and mentor crew members through the program. It is a unique position where one can grow individually and professionally while working on independent tasks and supporting staff. 
The design of this position is to remain flexible in the changing atmosphere of work. Whether it’s clearing downed trees with a chainsaw, coordinating with other groups for volunteer opportunities, building a new trail in the deep wilderness, assisting with regional inventory, teaching a group of youth during an afterschool program or restoring sage grouse habitat on the eastern plains; this leader completes projects of all sorts. Joining MCC is not a job – it’s a serious commitment to service and an opportunity to immerse oneself in a diverse experience. APPLY ONLINE: http://mtcorps.org/join/field-crews/senior-crew-leader 
Location: 
Bozeman, Helena, Kalispell, or Missoula, MT 

 

Veterans Green Corps Crew Leader
Montana Conservation Corps
Posted 10/18/17
Term Dates: February 12, 2018 - November 7, 2018
Veterans Green Corps (VGC) is a field-based opportunity for post 9/11 era Armed Forces Veterans and Service Members modeled after the Civilian Conservation Corps. The VGC program is an experience that provides on the job training focusing in Wildland Firefighting and chainsaw technical skills. The Veterans Green Corps is based in the Central Divide (Helena, MT) region. Trainings are largely field based and are provided through a joint partnership with the Forest Service. Project work typically includes fuels reduction and thinning projects however it may also include other types of conservation service. Participants in the past have been called upon to support wildland fire suppression efforts in Montana. 
Veterans Green Corps members receive their Incident Qualification Card (Red Card). The Incident Qualification Card is an accepted interagency certification that allows an individual to complete the required job when arriving on an incident or fire. Along with the Red Card, members will receive wildland firefighting certifications and other training at no cost. Leaders and Members continue to build on their experience of working as an effective team when they join the Veterans Green Corps. It is a great opportunity to network with Montana Conservation Corps partner agencies for future career opportunities. APPLY ONLINE: http://mtcorps.org/join/veterans-green-corps 
Location: Helena, MT

 

Crew Leader
Montana Conservation Corps
Posted 10/18/17
Term Dates: February 5, 2018 - November 7, 2018
A Crew Leader’s term of service has two distinct pieces: leadership development and leading their own crew. During the Leadership Development Program the Crew Leaders operate as their own crew. They learn and grow individually, produce strong bonds, develop running jokes and create high expectations for quality work. Midway through the spring they are paired with a co-leader and practice these new skills leading their peer group on various projects. During this time they gain valuable skills to prepare for leading and training their own crew. 
By the end of May the Crew Leaders begin their field season and start mentoring the members of their own crew. Whether it’s clearing downed trees with a chainsaw, building a new trail in the deep wilderness, or restoring sage grouse habitat on the eastern plains; crews complete projects of all sorts in every type of Western landscape. Although our participants spend most of their time outside and living in a tent, they will get involved in their local communities by finding volunteer opportunities and attending public meetings. Joining MCC is not a job – it’s a serious commitment to service and an opportunity to immerse oneself in a diverse experience. APPLY ONLINE: http://mtcorps.org/join/field-crews/crew-leader 
Location: Bozeman, Helena, Kalispell, or Missoula, MT 

 

Leadership Development Crew
Arizona Conservation Corps - Flagstaff
Posted 10/18/17
Dates: 01/29/2018-04/27/2018

The goal of the leadership development program is to provide participants with a variety of training focused on hard skills as well as leadership through peer leadership activities to prepare members for leadership roles within the conservation corps setting.  Upon completion of the leadership development program, members are encouraged to apply to be assistant crew leaders, crew leaders or youth conservation corps mentors. APPLY ONLINE: azcorps.org/join.
Location: Flagstaff, AZ

 

Assistant Crew Leader
Arizona Conservation Corps - Flagstaff
Posted 10/18/17
Dates: 01/15/2018-07/06/2018

As an AmeriCorps program participant, work effectively as a member of a crew; perform heavy manual labor related to environmental conservation and restoration projects; work outdoors in all types of weather and successfully adapts to various climates; camps overnight outdoors in wilderness areas near work sites for short or extended periods of time; effectively learn and apply new environmental conservation and restoration skills and outdoor living skills; actively participate in environmental education activities; practice appropriate safety procedures in all tasks assigned; use, maintain and repair hand and power tools as necessary. The Assistant Crew Leader will be expected to drive an AZCC vehicle. Will assist in training and leading an eight-person conservation crew in all projects as assigned. APPLY ONLINE: azcorps.org/join.
Location: Flagstaff, AZ

 

Crew Leader
Arizona Conservation Corps - Flagstaff
Posted 10/18/17
Dates: 01/15/2018-07/06/2018

Supervise 7-8 person AmeriCorps crew to perform heavy manual labor related to environmental conservation and restoration projects; work outdoors in all types of weather and successfully adapts to various climates; camps overnight outdoors in wilderness areas near work sites for short or extended periods of time; effectively learn and apply new environmental conservation and restoration skills and outdoor living skills; actively participate in environmental education activities; practice appropriate safety procedures in all tasks assigned; use, maintain and repair hand and power tools as necessary. APPLY ONLINE: azcorps.org/join.
Location: Flagstaff, AZ

 

Assistant Crew Leader
Arizona Conservation Corps- Tucson
Posted 10/18/17
Dates: 01/15/2018-07/06/2018

As an AmeriCorps program participant, work effectively as a member of a crew; perform heavy manual labor related to environmental conservation and restoration projects; work outdoors in all types of weather and successfully adapts to various climates; camps overnight outdoors in wilderness areas near work sites for short or extended periods of time; effectively learn and apply new environmental conservation and restoration skills and outdoor living skills; actively participate in environmental education activities; practice appropriate safety procedures in all tasks assigned; use, maintain and repair hand and power tools as necessary. The Assistant Crew Leader will be expected to drive an AZCC vehicle. Will assist in training and leading an eight-person conservation crew in all projects as assigned. APPLY ONLINE: azcorps.org/join.
Location: Tucson, AZ

 

Crew Leader
Arizona Conservation Corps- Tucson
Posted 10/18/17
Dates: 01/15/2018-07/06/2018

Supervise 7-8 person AmeriCorps crew to perform heavy manual labor related to environmental conservation and restoration projects; work outdoors in all types of weather and successfully adapts to various climates; camps overnight outdoors in wilderness areas near work sites for short or extended periods of time; effectively learn and apply new environmental conservation and restoration skills and outdoor living skills; actively participate in environmental education activities; practice appropriate safety procedures in all tasks assigned; use, maintain and repair hand and power tools as necessary. APPLY ONLINE: azcorps.org/join.
Location: Tucson, AZ

 

Program Manager
SEEDS
Posted 10/12/17
Position open until filled
This SEEDS Program Manager will cultivate relationships within the SEEDS Youth Conservation Corps program that result in a healthy and growing social-enterprise for SEEDS. This position brings balance between the organizational mission, a program focus on youth development in workplace settings, the contracted needs of our clients and partners, and the effective and efficient deployment of SEEDS program staff. Important stakeholders to align include Youth Conservation Corps members, partners who also support youth development, clients and other funders who seek the services Youth Corps provides, and SEEDS leadership team. Send resume and cover letter to jobs@ecoseeds.org. Click here for PDF version of full position description. 
Location: based in Traverse City, MI

 

AmeriCorps Crew Leader
Utah Conservation Corps
Posted 10/11/17
Term Dates: February 12 - November 16, 2018
Position open until filled

This is a 10-month AmeriCorps term that spans UCC’s spring, summer, and fall field seasons.  During the spring season Crew Leaders participate in essential hard and soft skills trainings and complete conservation projects as part of a crew of crew leader-trainees.  Field staff give extra attention to debriefing crew leadership scenarios, helping leaders refine tool and project techniques, attending to areas of individual growth, and teaching the full responsibilities of the Crew Leader position.  Crew Leaders will be evaluated throughout the spring season and will be promoted into the full leadership role upon demonstrating essential competencies.  During summer and fall seasons, Crew Leaders are responsible for preparing and leading a 4-8 person crew in conservation project work, as well as upholding UCC values, ensuring that UCC policies and procedures are followed, facilitating education time with their crew, communicating with project sponsors, and recording & reporting important weekly project outcome data and other documentation.
Application review begins mid-October and will continue until positions are filled.  We encourage you to apply by November 30th
Apply: http://ucc.usu.edu/CrewLeaderApplication
Location: Logan, Moab, or Cedar City, UT



Pennsylvania Outdoor Corps Crew Leader
SCA
Posted 9/28/17 
Program Dates: February 5 - November 16, 2018
The Student Conservation Association (SCA), America’s #1 conservation service organization seeks qualified applicants to lead, educate, and inspire young adults for the Pennsylvania Outdoor Corps. The corps works with Pennsylvania’s Department of Conservation and Natural Resources to conduct land and resource management activities in the State Park and Forest system. Crew leaders train, supervise and administer crews of five members, between the ages of 18 to 25, working on a variety of outdoor conservation projects, including trail maintenance, habitat restoration, invasive species removal, facility maintenance and light construction.  Leaders coordinate with agency partners to plan and implement projects and work with SCA staff to manage safety, conduct and logistics in the field.  One leader is assigned to each crew.
Location: throughout Pennsylvania (
Philadelphia, Wilkes-Barre, Harrisburg, Altoona, Williamsport, St. Marys, Meadville, and Uniontown)
 

Leadership Development Program Member
Nevada Conservation Corps
Posted 9/26/17 
Term Dates: February 19 - August 16, 2018 
The Nevada Conservation Corps are seeking motivated individuals as crew leader candidates for their Leadership Development Program this spring. During your tenure as a crew member you will receive leadership development training, spend extended periods of time camping in the field with fellow crew leader candidates, and take turns acting as the lead on service projects that are meant to prepare you for the challenges of leading a crew. Upon successful completion of the leadership development program you will be assigned a summer project (based out of Reno, NV; Las Vegas, NV; or Great Basin National Park) and will take on the responsibility of leading a team of AmeriCorps volunteers in some of Nevada’s most beautiful locales. 
Location: Las Vegas, NV


Crew Member
Nevada Conservation Corps
Posted 9/26/17
Term Dates: February 19 - May 17, 2018
The Nevada Conservation Corps is looking for motivated, hardworking individuals to help with various restoration projects in some of Nevada’s premiere natural areas. Serve alongside volunteers from across the country on 5 member crews while making a lasting contribution to Nevada’s natural resources and heritage. Gain valuable field experience while working on habitat improvement and restoration with the U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, and many other federal and state agencies. Learn firsthand from federal employees and specialists about natural resources and conservation careers. Projects during the spring field season will focus on arid land restoration and may include invasive plant removal, riparian restoration, and native species planting.
Essential Duties:
• Camping up to seven nights in wilderness setting without formal restroom facilities or running water;
• Maintaining a positive and professional attitude at all times while providing service;
• Communicating effectively with crew members, crew leaders, NCC staff and agency project staff;
• Complying with both production and quality work standards established by NCC 
Location: Las Vegas, NV

 

New Jersey Youth Corps Program Director
Project Self-Sufficiency
Posted 9/21/17
Position open until filled

Full-time director needed for high school equivalency and employability skills program for youth, ages 16 – 25, in grant-funded New Jersey Youth Corps program.  Responsible for all aspects of program, including staff supervision, community outreach, student recruitment, and behavioral assessments.  Assist students with developing personal responsibility, self-discipline, socialization, work readiness skills, and entry-level occupational skills through classroom instruction and community service projects.  Health benefits available.  Excellent verbal and written communication skills needed.  Experience and bachelor’s degree required. To Apply: send resume and cover letter to Deborah Berry-Toon, Executive Director, Project Self-Sufficiency, 127 Mill Street, Newton, NJ  07860; or fax to 973-940-3501; or email to pss@projectselfsufficiency.org.
Location: based in Newton, NJ

 

New Jersey Youth Corps Program Associate
Project Self-Sufficiency
Posted 9/21/17
Position open until filled
Full-time associate needed for high school equivalency and employability skills program for youth, ages 16 – 25, in grant-funded New Jersey Youth Corps program.  Responsible for community outreach, student recruitment, facilitating academic instruction, behavioral assessments, and providing leadership with community service projects.  Assist students with developing personal responsibility, self-discipline, socialization, work readiness skills, and entry-level occupational skills through classroom instruction and community service projects.  Establish and maintain relationships with area business leaders and employers.  Deliver employability skills training curricula in group setting.  Facilitate transition services.  Create and maintain database; generate reports of job development and training activities.  Health benefits available.  Excellent verbal and written communication skills needed.  Experience and bachelor’s degree required. To Apply: send resume and cover letter to Deborah Berry-Toon, Executive Director, Project Self-Sufficiency, 127 Mill Street, Newton, NJ  07860; or fax to 973-940-3501; or email to pss@projectselfsufficiency.org.
Location: based in Newton, NJ
 

New Jersey Youth Corps High School Equivalency Instructor
Project Self-Sufficiency
Posted 9/21/17
Position open until filled
Part-time facilitators needed to provide high school equivalency instruction to youth, ages 16 – 25, in grant-funded New Jersey Youth Corps program.  Educate students in math, science, English and history; administer assessment testing.  Related experience and Bachelor’s degree required.  Excellent presentation skills, written and verbal communication skills required. To Apply: send resume and cover letter to Deborah Berry-Toon, Executive Director, Project Self-Sufficiency, 127 Mill Street, Newton, NJ  07860; or fax to 973-940-3501; or email to pss@projectselfsufficiency.org.
Location: based in Newton, NJ

 

New Jersey Youth Corps Crew Supervisors
Project Self-Sufficiency
Posted 9/21/17
Position open until filled
Multiple full-time and part-time facilitators needed to lead teams of at risk youth, ages 16 – 25, in project-based construction, landscaping, facility maintenance and other related activities.  Maintain detailed records and generate reports.  Monitor progress with work site hosts.  Provide negotiation and conflict resolution between participants.  Assist with job placement coordination and referrals.  Responsible for transporting teams to various work sites.  Related experience, Bachelor’s degree and commercial drivers’ license required. To Apply: send resume and cover letter to Deborah Berry-Toon, Executive Director, Project Self-Sufficiency, 127 Mill Street, Newton, NJ  07860; or fax to 973-940-3501; or email to pss@projectselfsufficiency.org.
Location: based in Newton, NJ

 

Corps Member 2018
EarthCorps
Posted 9/19/17
Program Dates: February 6 – December 15, 2018
Corps Members work on a crew of 5-7 young adults performing hands-on environmental services. A Crew Leader guides the crew as they complete restoration projects at various sites, and in partnership with various land management agencies, throughout the Puget Sound region (in urban, suburban, and rural settings).  About 80% of the program is spent in the field taking on these physical environmental restoration projects (invasive plant removal, native plant installation, trail work, erosion control, volunteer management, etc.) while the other 20% consists of trainings, orientation, retreats, and workshops. To Apply:  Please review the full position description at earthcorps.org/apply.  This is also where you will find a link to the application.  You will be asked to submit personal info, a resume, sort essay answers, and contact information for two references.  Priority Consideration will be given to complete applications received by October 2, 2017.  Submit materials as soon as you are able.
Location:  Seattle, WA

 

AmeriCorps Member - Assistant Construction Skills Trainer
Heart of Oregon Corps
Posted 9/18/17
Position open until filled
This is a full-time (40 hours/week) position as an AmeriCorps member of HEART OF OREGON CORPS YOUTHBUILD.  The Construction Skills Assistant Trainer position is responsible for helping to build and train a team of youth capable of safely building and refurbishing YouthBuild AmeriCorps houses designated for low-income individuals.  In addition, the Assistant Trainer will provide support, guidance and encouragement in the development of youth leadership and personal development skills.  
Location: based in Bend, OR

 

Prescribed Fire Corps Project Leader 
SCA
Posted 9/12/17
Program Dates 1/2/2018 – 5/25/2018 (Dates are slightly flexible)
The Student Conservation Association (SCA), America’s #1 conservation service organization, in partnership with The Nature Conservancy, seeks qualified applicants to lead, educate, and inspire young adults for the Prescribed Fire Corps programs throughout the southeast U.S. Primary Responsibilities: Manage a fully trained and outfitted 2-person prescribed fire crew composed of two young adults, located for 5 months in the southeastern U.S. Manage the team as they conduct prescribed burns and other management activities on sensitive, threatened and endangered species habitat located on private and public lands to include open wet pine savannas and upland longleaf pine on federal lands.
Location: Various

 

AmeriCorps Program Manager - SBP Texas
SBP
Posted 9/7/17
Position open until filled
SBP is an award-winning, innovative nonprofit organization that shrinks the time between disaster and recovery. A leader in volunteer-driven, post-disaster rebuilding; SBP educates, advocates and improves the disaster recovery sector so that we can collectively achieve more for communities. With a team of 50 staff and 180 AmeriCorps members, SBP has rebuilt 1,200 homes across 8 states and shared best practices with many more.The AmeriCorps Program Manager handles the day-to-day operations of the AmeriCorps program for SBP’s service site by fostering a team member-oriented, high performance culture that emphasizes empowerment, quality, productivity, goal attainment, and integrity. This is done by carrying out responsibilities in the following functional areas: recruitment and selection, orientation and organizational acclimation, program/ grants management, and team member support. To Apply: Submit a tailored cover letter, resume, three professional references and salary history to txhiring@sbpusa.org. We will follow up with qualified candidates- please no calls or emails after your submission.
Location: Texas

 

GulfCorps Project Leader
SCA 
Posted 9/6/17
Program Dates: 1/2/2018 – 6/15/2018
With the help of National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), The Nature Conservancy (TNC), The Corps Network (TCN) and the Student Conservation Association (SCA) are excited to announce a new Gulf restoration project that aims to create 300 jobs over 3 years along the Gulf of Mexico. SCA is currently seeking two qualified applicants to lead, educate, and inspire young adults through hands on conservation work restoring critical habitat along the Gulf. Click the link above for application instructions and full position description.
Location: based in Mobile, AL

 

 

 



Additional Resource

Conservation Job Resource Guide - compiled in Nov. 2011 from Member Corps, UPDATED February 2014  

By Kyra Alvez-Moats and Erin Cochran (as part of their service with the former Northwest Service Academy)