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Programs Assistant
The Corps Network
Posted 7/25/17
Deadline to apply 8/14/17
The Corps Network (TCN) is hiring a Programs Assistant who will oversee critical grant functions related to compliance, financial oversight, subgrantee relations, and creating and maintaining accurate and complete paper and electronic database files. The Programs Assistant will also contribute to association membership, conference planning, government relations and communications.  
- Full position description available here.
- To apply, please send a short cover letter and resume to jobs@corpsnetwork.org.
Location: Washington, DC

 


Featured Partners
 

The Mission Continues - NPS National Mall Assistant Volunteer Coordinator 
National Park Service, National Mall & Memorial Parks (host site)
Posted 6/22/17
Volunteer works on general maintenance tasks throughout the park. As necessary, may serve as a team member on volunteer work parties organized from a pool of available volunteers, but individual volunteer frequently works independently. Activities include maintenance of necessary supplies and equipment, picking up trash and recyclables, weeding gardens, planting flowers and shrubs, painting park benches, putting down mulch, shoveling snow in winter, and monitoring the park for intricate maintenance to be completed by the National Park Service. Due to proximity with visiting public, volunteer occasionally provides directions and recommendations. Special events and observances take place in the park from time to time. Volunteers are frequently asked to help with these events as they occur.
Location: Washington, DC

 

Peace Corps


Calling all Corps Members- ready to bring your skills to communities overseas?
Now that you have completed one of the most rewarding and challenging experiences in your life, why not bring those skills to assist communities in need overseas?  The Peace Corps is actively looking for dynamic community leaders to serve as Peace Corps Volunteers in over 70 countries worldwide in a variety of project areas!  Why not use your trail building experience to assist national park development in Ghana?  How about training the next generation of leaders as a youth outreach coordinator in Costa Rica or an English as a Second Language Teacher in Mongolia?  Peace Corps is an all-expenses covered opportunity to live, learn, and work overseas.  For committing 27 months to service, volunteers receive 3 months of language, cultural, and technical training, living allowance and travel expenses, full medical and dental coverage, and a readjustment allowance of over $7,000 when you complete service.  Peace Corps Volunteers receive many more benefits such as Graduate School Opportunities, and Professional Development and Career Opportunities.  Ready to learn more?  Get started by watching this mini-information session (6 minutes long): http://youtu.be/0EQJmXiLxfU.  Ready to start your application?  Its free and online at: www.peacecorps.gov/apply.
Life is calling- how far will you go?
 


At Corps & Affiliate Members.

 

AmeriCorps Crew Member
Northern Bedrock Historic Preservation Crew
Posted 8/18/17
Deadline: August 24, 2017
Join our crew for an outdoor adventure preserving and repairing some of Minnesota's most historic structures and landscapes. Corpsmembers serve on a crew with five others ages 18-25 while working and camping throughout the state. AmeriCorps members earn a living allowance, take advantage of student loan forbearance, and earn an education award. Corpsmember obtain a certificate of skill development, and credentials to carry over into careers in the preservation and trades industry. The second half of our field season is from August to November. Half Season (August – November): Full Stipend $5,635 ($867 every two weeks), Ed Award $1,527
Location: Duluth, MN


WCC Project Coordinator
Washington Conservation Corps
Posted 8/17/17
Deadline: August 23, 2017 
Some of the key work activities of the WCC Project Coordinator position are:
- Plan, schedule and prioritize projects for WWC crews, as well as the WCC Program.
- Coordinates and review projects with governmental, professional and non-profit agencies.
- Works with sponsor to ensure safe, high quality and efficient project implementation.
- Monitors project sites to ensure compliance with state, county and federal regulations.
- Completes reports to ensure program and sponsor goals are being met.
- Responsible for all supervisory activities of the field staff, including performance and development, adherence to program policy, safety and work standards, completing evaluations and providing problem intervention.
- Ensures corpsmembers' development and training goals are met.
- As a member of the WCC management team, assists in the development and tracking of section and sponsors' budgets.
- Sets priorities and policies for the WCC program.
- Writes and reviews contracts and work agreements.
- Evaluates staff needs in relationship to legislative and special grant requirements.
- Prepares and delivers presentations for trainings, public relations and sponsor recruitment.
Location: Bellevue, WA


Natural Resources Crew Shop Supervisor
Conservation Corps North Bay
Posted 8/17/17 
The Natural Resources Crew Shop Supervisor is responsible for all aspects of supervision for the CCNB repair shop and tool inventory at the San Rafael and Cotati facilities. The function of the CCNB shop is to procure, maintain and repair all NRC hand and power tools and provide structured, certified trainings for a select group of qualified Corpsmembers. Additionally, the NRC Shop Supervisor provides support in several capacities for Natural Resource Crews.
Location: Cotati, CA/San Rafael, CA


Human Resources Associate
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 8/9/17
The Human Resources Associate will perform a range of hiring, administrative, and human resource support functions for Mile High Youth Corps – Southern Front Range (MHYC-SFR). The Human Resources Associate will directly contribute to increasing MHYC-SFR’s capacity to meet the organization’s mission: To help youth make a difference in themselves and their communities through meaningful service opportunities and educational experiences.
Time period: This position is for approximately 25 hours a week and runs through November 17th. A flexible schedule is available. Pay rate is $15-$16/hr. based on experience. Benefits are not included.
Location: Denver, CO


Development Manager: Grants and Stewardship
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 8/9/17 
Essential Duties
· Write and submit grant applications to federal, private and corporate foundations for Metro Denver and Southern Front Range offices.

· Maintain strong relationships with historical, new and potential funding partners.

· Develop and maintain, in conjunction with Director of Development and Communication, grant application calendar for all grant requests.

· Track established metrics as outlined in the annual development plan.

· Research grant opportunities and update relevant data for proposals.

· Perform various grant administration functions such as budget amendments, plan change, program evaluation, etc.
To apply
Send Resume and Cover Letter to:
Email: staffjobs@mhyc.net (include Development Manager: Grants and Stewardship in subject line)
Mail: Mile High Youth Corps (ATTN: Director of Development and Communications)
1801 Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80204
NO TELEPHONE INQUIRIES PLEASE
Location: Denver, CO

 

Outreach Team Corpsmember
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 8/9/17 
Program Dates: August 16 - November 9, 2017 
The Outreach Team will be comprised of eight Corpsmembers (18-24 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.

Location: Denver, CO

 
Fall Forestry Corpsmember
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 8/9/17
Program Dates: August 22 - November 17, 2017 
The Fall Forestry Program (FF) is an intensive, team-based, 13 week-long program. The FF Corpsmembers serve on conservation and environmental stewardship projects throughout the Denver metro area while engaging in meaningful education activities. Corpsmembers have the choice to serve on either a Hand or Sawyer Crew.

Location: Denver, CO


Energy & Water Conservation Corpsmember
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 8/9/17 
Program Dates: Immediately - December 15, 2017
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, customer service 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


Associate Director
Great Basin Institute
Posted 8/9/17
Great Basin Institute is seeking a dedicated, service-minded professional who desires to make lasting, positive change for public lands and communities in Nevada and other Western states. By uniting environmental resources from federal, state and county agencies, GBI's conservation corps program provides individuals opportunities to make meaningful contributions toward protecting and conserving our public lands, while also gaining valuable work experience in the field of natural resource management.  The Associate Director will monitor field crew schedules; support management of crew members; cultivate new agency partners and develop contracts for service; prepare responses to grant and agency RFPs; draft budgets for partners; coordinate monthly meetings and trainings; communicate regularly with the Program Director and project partners; assist in management and compliance of the AmeriCorps grant including data collection and reporting; ensure an excellent experience for project partners and AmeriCorps members. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are imperative.
Contact: Kevin Dose, Deputy Director
Great Basin Institute
16750 Mt Rose Hwy
Reno, NV 89511
Office: (775) 674-5497
Fax: (775) 674-5499
Cell: (775) 762-1120
Location: Las Vegas, NV

 

Program Director
Great Basin Institute
Posted 8/9/17
Great Basin Institute is seeking a dedicated, service-minded professional who desires to make lasting, positive change for public lands and communities in Nevada and other Western states. By uniting environmental resources from federal, state and county agencies, GBI's conservation corps program provides individuals opportunities to make meaningful contributions toward protecting and conserving our public lands, while also gaining valuable work experience in the field of natural resource management. The ideal candidate will have proven experience developing and fostering partner relationships and project opportunities, leading highly effective teams, passion for conserving our nation's public lands and providing opportunities for professional development, and willingness to travel.
Contact: Kevin Dose, Deputy Director
Great Basin Institute
16750 Mt Rose Hwy
Reno, NV 89511
Office: (775) 674-5497
Fax: (775) 674-5499
Cell: (775) 762-1120
Location: Reno, NV


Greenbelt Trail Crew Supervisor
SCA
Posted 8/8/17 
Program Dates: September 21 - November 22, 2017
Essential Duties
- Responsible for daily management and supervision of a team of six young adults.
- Manage team safety and development and work project completion.
- Leader is responsible for managing work outcomes and crew dynamics.
- Facilitate team operations:  food planning, tools & equipment, work schedule, and vehicles.
- Manage budget and necessary purchasing for crew and project.
- Manage project/member risk to maintain a safe work environment.
- Work collaboratively with agency on program logistics.
- Ensure successful completion of work project.
- Ensure compliance of SCA Risk Management policies/procedures.
- Identify and manage invasive vegetation by chemical and manual methods in sensitive natural areas
Location: Greenbelt Park, MD



Fall Conservation Corps Crew Member
Southwest Conservation Corps
Posted 8/7/17 
Start Date: August 29, 2017 (3 month term)
The Southwest Conservation Corps engages motivated young adults, ages 18 -30, to complete challenging and impactful conservation and service projects throughout Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico and Utah. 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 6-8 members and 2 leaders. Crews work and camp for up to 11 days at a time in frontcountry and backcountry locations in all types of weather conditions. Schedules may vary but generally are 9 days on and 5 days off. Housing is not provided by SCC for the time off. SCC crews work in a variety of national forests, national parks,  and other areas throughout the Southwest. Crews prepare all their own meals and work together as a group to complete all the necessary 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 Corpsmembers to learn about the local environment, environmental issues and introduces individuals to recreation and resource management careers. 
Location: Salida, CO


 

Veterans Conservation Corps Site Supervisor
The Sustainability Institute
Posted 8/4/17
Position starts August or September 2017
The Sustainability Institute’s Veterans Conservation Corps (VCC) is an award-winning and nationally recognized South Carolina-AmeriCorps supported service that trains military service veterans in the many facets of energy conservation retrofits and energy performance contracting. 
As a Full Time staff position, the Site Supervisor’s primary role is to manage and instruct service members daily while they are serving on projects (job sites) and during formal classroom training. Crews typically consist of 8- 10 AmeriCorps members, and the Site Supervisor will directly report to the Program Manager and collaborate with a team of VCC and Sustainability Institute staff and technical trainers. The Site Supervisor will be responsible for overseeing retrofit projects from concept to delivery, including performing building assessments, managing construction scopes of work, coordinating the readiness of materials and supplies – and ensuring successful outcomes from projects. This position will strive daily to prepare members for productive careers in the energy efficiency industry following program graduation – all while leading the members during fruitful service in the local communities and embodying the goals and mission of AmeriCorps service. 
To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Jay Bell, Program Manager – Veterans Conservation Corps and Energy Conservation Corps, jay@sustainabilityinstitutesc.org 
Location: based in North Charleston, SC

 

Case Manager
PeoriaCorps
Posted 8/4/17
The PeoriaCorps Case Manager will be responsible for the assessment and documentation of program participants during the recruitment phase, term of service, and follow up grant reporting.
Examples of Duties
The Case Manager will assist staff with recruiting, screening, interviewing, and orientation of program participants. A successful candidate must network and maintain contact with representatives of referral agencies and social service providers and advocate with other community service providers to deliver support services and ensure follow-through. The Case Manager will work with participants to determine job readiness, identify training needs, and develop career and employment objectives. In conjunction with Career Link, the Local Workforce Investment Board, the Case Manager will continue to provide post-program support to program completers to assist with job placement. The Case Manager will also be responsible for grant required reporting on project and participant outcomes and must maintain complete and accurate participant files. The Case Manager will fulfill the needs of classroom training and field supervision on days that the Crew Supervisor is unable to do so. Classroom training will revolve around Roots of Success, an environmental literacy curriculum that includes employability skill training. The Case Manager will receive training on conducting these modules.
Location: Peoria, IL
 

Crew Supervisor
PeoriaCorps
Posted 8/4/17
The PeoriaCorps Crew Supervisor will be responsible for coordinating and implementing classroom training and fieldwork for program participants.
Examples of Duties 
Classroom training will revolve around Roots of Success, an environmental literacy curriculum that includes employability skill training. The Crew Supervisor will receive training on conducting these modules. Fieldwork will focus on surface level maintenance of the City's green infrastructure installations and other public green spaces. The Crew Supervisor will coordinate the work schedule with other Public Works staff, train participants in proper maintenance techniques and protocols, oversee the daily operations of the crew, supervise participants during their work in the field, and manage tool and supply inventory. The Crew Supervisor will also be responsible for grant required reporting on project outcomes.
Location: Peoria, Il 

 

AmeriCorps Grants Administrator
Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa
Posted 8/4/17 
Deadline: August 16, 2017
The AmeriCorps Grants Administrator is responsible for all aspects of the AmeriCorps grant process, including: planning, writing, submitting, assessing compliance and reporting. The position has a key role in cross-program coordination of performance metrics, theories of change and related outcomes, and communication about programs. The position is also responsible for overseeing member training and orientation, member benefits and ongoing member development.
To apply: Send resume and cover letter to HR@conservationcorps.org.
Location: St. Paul, MN


Program Coordinator
Northwest Youth Corps
Posted 8/4/17 
The NSC Program Coordinator is responsible for the overall operation and success of 6 to 9 NSC crews. They work with program partners and NYC staff to develop and coordinate paid work projects. They often put in long days while supervising the successful completion of a wide variety of manual labor projects. They also give technical and logistical support; delivery of tools, project productivity, quality control, safety, motivation, prepare required paperwork and are required to teach the skills necessary to operate many different power tools in a safe, efficient manner. This person will be based in Eugene and will spend nights in the field as needed (see below for breakdown). The Program Coordinator also works closely with crew leaders and members to ensure members personal and professional growth and development. This requires strong communication and interpersonal skills, strong organization, and attention to detail. The right person for this position will be also solution oriented with a constructive and collaborative approach.
To apply: Send a cover letter, resume and four references to David Nestor, Program Manager, Northwest Youth Corps, 2621 Augusta Street, Eugene, OR 97403 or you may e-mail davidn@nwyouthcorps.org with NSC Program Coordinator in the subject line and document attachments in either word or pdf format. Please do not call or drop in.
Location: Eugene, OR



Leadership Development Program - Member (AmeriCorps)
Northwest Youth Corps
Posted 8/4/17 
Program Dates: September 15 - October 20, 2017
The Leadership Development Program (LDP) is an innovative AmeriCorps program designed to provide hands-on training and experience to those interested in pursuing leadership positions within conservation corps, land and resource management agencies, and other outdoor careers. The LDP integrates team-based work projects, education, and on-site vocational training into an experience that prioritizes personal growth and the development of leadership and conservation skills. LDP participants spend five weeks camping, working, and travelling together as an eleven person team. 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 and participate in communal activities, including meal prep water collection and treatment, and tool maintenance, followed by a family-style dinner. Evenings will be spent on various educational lessons and group discussions on leadership topics, including risk management, conflict resolution, resource allocation, project management, case study review, decision making, and time management. 
Location: Various locations throughout Oregon and Washington

 

SSP Crew Leader
Northwest Youth Corps
Posted 8/4/17 
Program Dates: September 15 - November 10, 2017
Seasonal Stewardship Program (SSP) Field Staff manage and supervise conservation crews of eight young adults, ages 19 and up, over the course of an 8 week session. Field Staff and AmeriCorps participants will work up to 40 hours a week, most schedules will be Monday through Friday though schedules may vary, while spending days off and evenings in camp. While on session, field staff will be responsible for completing a variety of hands-on, conservation-oriented projects on public and private lands, and facilitating lessons using our accredited outdoor education curriculum. Crew leaders are well-balanced individuals who work hard and embody compassion, patience, and an inspirational attitude. This seasonal position not only allows crew leaders to deliver an impactful, educational experience to young people in their communities, but can also provide an entry-point into the fields of natural resource management, youth development, and outdoor education. 
Location: Various locations in and around Oregon, Washington, and Idaho

 

NSC Crew Leader
Northwest Youth Corps
Posted 8/4/17 
Program Dates: September 18, 2017 - March 3, 2018
Crew Leaders are responsible for safely completing conservation and maintenance projects to high standards by training, working with, and supervising crews of eight young adult AmeriCorps Members (ages 19 – 24). Crew Leaders provide direction for AmeriCorps Members with specific attention to safe work practices, work quality, and production efficiency. Projects may be in located in urban areas or in remote settings with little contact to the “outside” world. Crew Leaders are expected to problem-solve and motivate their crew to complete very physically rigorous projects. Crew Leaders set the pace and tone, and are the hardest workers on the project site. This position is very physically, emotionally, and mentally demanding. Crew Leaders will lift heavy loads, hike long miles, and work long hours. Specific projects will vary week to week and may include the following: park maintenance, invasive species removal, trail building and maintenance, and chainsaw work (forest fuels reduction). This crew in particular will be focused on invasive species removal and other restoration projects.
Location: Eugene, OR
 

NSC Crew Leader
Northwest Youth Corps
Posted 8/4/17 
Program Dates: September 18, 2017 - March 3, 2018
Crew Leaders are responsible for safely completing conservation and maintenance projects to high standards by training, working with, and supervising crews of eight young adult AmeriCorps Members (ages 19 – 24). Crew Leaders provide direction for AmeriCorps Members with specific attention to safe work practices, work quality, and production efficiency. Projects may be in located in urban areas or in remote settings with little contact to the “outside” world. Crew Leaders are expected to problem-solve and motivate their crew to complete very physically rigorous projects. Crew Leaders set the pace and tone, and are the hardest workers on the project site. This position is very physically, emotionally, and mentally demanding. Crew Leaders will lift heavy loads, hike long miles, and work long hours. Specific projects will vary week to week and may include the following: park maintenance, invasive species removal, trail building and maintenance, and chainsaw work (forest fuels reduction). This crew in particular will be focused on invasive species removal and other restoration projects.
Location: Portland, OR

 

Northwest Service Corps Crew Member (AmeriCorps)
Northwest Youth Corps
Posted 8/4/17 
Program Dates: September 18, 2017 - March 2, 2018
Training: The primary focus of the NSC program is to prepare members for full time employment with a combina- tion of field work activity (85%) and educational discussions and activities (15%), including professional trainings. Program participants will receive some of the following trainings and certifications depending on their crew’s pri- mary work focus: Wilderness First Aid, CPR, Herbicide Application, Driver, Trail Construction and Maintenance, Brush Cutter Operation, Resource Management, Chainsaw Operation, and Conflict Resolution. Work Project Participation: Team Members will be part of an eight person crew lead by one staff member. Team Members are responsible for the safe completion of assigned work projects in a timely manner to predetermined spec- ifications under the direction of their Crew Leader. They work closely with program staff and other participants, pay- ing specific attention to safe work practices, proper tool use, work quality and efficiency. Possible projects include trail building and maintenance, tree planting, invasive species removal and herbicide application, fire fuels reduction (chain sawing/slash piling), fence construction and park maintenance. Actual work projects are dependent upon the crew’s location and the needs and availability of partner agencies.
Location: Portland and Eugene, OR

 

Seasonal Stewardship Program SSP Fall Crew Members (AmeriCorps)
Northwest Youth Corps
Posted 8/4/17 
Program Dates: September 15 - November 10, 2017
The Seasonal Stewardship Program (SSP) is an innovative AmeriCorps program designed to provide hands on training and experience to those interested in pursuing employment with conservation corps, land and water resource management agencies, and other outdoor careers. The SSP integrates team-based work projects, education, and on-site vocational training into an experience that prioritizes personal growth, and the development of conservation work skills. Participants will develop technical skills working on a variety of conservation projects while developing the soft skills needed to be successful in the outdoor industry. SSP participants spend eight weeks camping, working and travelling together as a six-person team. 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 and participate in community activities, including meal prep, water collection and treatment, and tool maintenance, followed by a family style dinner. Evenings will be spent on various educational and recreational activities, including formal lessons taught by team members, group discussions, and stargazing around the campfire. The SSP will work on high priority conservation projects for land management partners like the Forest Service, BLM, and National Park Service. Some crews may be focused on the construction of bridges and kiosks, while others may be focused on the restoration of at-risk landscapes and watersheds. Other projects may include fuels reduction or GIS mapping and survey. Crews will receive trainings appropriate for each project they will encounter.
Location: Various locations througout Washington and Oregon

 

Seasonanl Stewardship Program Boise 2 - Member
Idaho Conservation Corps 
Posted 8/4/17 
Program Dates: August 14 - October 18, 2017
The Seasonal Stewardship Program (SSP) is an innovative AmeriCorps program designed to provide hands on training and experience to those interested in pursuing employment with conservation corps, land and water resource management agencies, and other outdoor careers. The SSP integrates team-based work projects, education, and on-site vocational training into an experience that prioritizes personal growth, and the development of conservation work skills. Participants will develop technical skills working on a variety of conservation projects while developing the soft skills needed to be successful in the outdoor industry. SSP participants spend eleven weeks camping, working and travelling together as a five to eight-person team. You can expect to work on physically challenging conservation projects in any kind of weather, gaining hands on experience in the groundwork of stewardship. Evenings will be spent on various educational and recreational activities; including formal lessons taught by team members, group discussions, and stargazing around the campfire. The SSP will work on high priority conservation projects for land management partners like the Forest Service, BLM, and Bureau of Reclamation. Some crews may be focused on forest tinning (chainsaws), while others may be focused on the restoration of at-risk landscapes and watersheds. Other projects may include trail maintenance or GIS mapping and survey. Each crew will have a project specialty and will receive training and certification appropriate to that theme.
Location: Throughout Idaho

  

District Director - San Luis Obispo
California Conservation Corps
Posted 8/2/17
Position open until filled
The Staff Services Manager II serves as the District Director and is responsible for all aspects of Los Padres Center units and programs, including the Santa Maria Satellite. The District Director is supervised by and receives general direction from the Region Deputy (CEA I), and is tasked with implementing the mission and goals of the department and district. Responds to emergencies when assigned. 
- Full position description
- Link to exam
Location: reports to the California Conservation Corps Los Padres Center - San Luis Obispo, CA

 

AmeriCorps Member
Big Sky Watershed Corps (Montana Conservation Corps)
Posted 8/1/17 
Program Dates: January 8 - November16, 2018
Primary duties of the Big Sky Watershed Corps Member (CM) include working with the Host Site staff to complete tasks related to project design and implementation, community outreach and education, volunteer generation and management and reporting functions. The CM works under the direct supervision of the Host Site Supervisor and the Big Sky Watershed Corps Program Manager to ensure successful completion of program objectives. The CM is an AmeriCorps Member and is entitled to the benefit package offered to all AmeriCorps Members. BSWC members develop projects to protect local water resources, such as watershed inventories, stream and riparian restoration, re-vegetation projects, drought planning, water quality/quantity monitoring, riparian fencing, river clean-ups, abandoned mine reclamation, and irrigation improvements. BSWC members also promote watershed health and natural resource conservation through outreach and education. They engage with local communities through lessons in schools, community field days, workshops, and trainings. They develop curriculum, focus on issues with local solutions, implement outreach initiatives, and organize public meetings and events for community stakeholders. BSWC members consistently engage volunteers for training and events that relate to watershed health and protection. Members also develop a skilled and influential recurring volunteer-base to support local efforts.
Apply here:
 http://mtcorps.org/join/big-sky-watershed-corps-member/
Location: Montana 


 

Disaster Response Program Manager
American YouthWorks
Posted 8/1/17 
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: Austin, TX


Houston Program Manager
American YouthWorks
Posted 8/1/17 
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: Austin, TX


Baton Rogue Program Manager
American YouthWorks
Posted 8/1/17 
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: Austin, TX


Fall Field Crew Member
Utah Conservation Corps 
Posted 7/27/17 
Start Date: 8/21/17
Utah Conservation Corps is looking for hard working folks to get out on the Utah public lands to complete habitat restoration and trail building projects.  We will provide you the training and the tools.  You bring your passion for the outdoors. The season starts with two weeks of training (chainsaw, trails, outdoor living, wilderness first aid).  Members are then placed on a 4 or 8-person crew.  They spend the rest of the season working at various project sites; each crew has a unique project schedule. Crews are at the project site for 4-10 days at a time; they return back to their base field office for off time between project weeks.  Crew Members serve in a 3 month AmeriCorps term.  To learn more visit our website, www.utahconservationcorps.org
Location: based out of Logan, Moab, Cedar City or Salt Lake City, UT

 

YouthBuild Mentor
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 7/27/17
The YouthBuild Mentor Position serves as a peer leader for the YouthBuild crew, assisting in creating a positive crew culture and reinforcing continuity of support for YouthBuild graduates. The YouthBuild Mentor will serve closely with all YouthBuild staff and reports directly to the Construction Crew Leader.
Location: Denver, CO


Client Educator
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 7/27/17 
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 also 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 also supports Corpsmembers as they explore their future goals and strive towards their next steps.
Location: Denver, CO

 

Outreach Team Corpsmember
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 7/27/17 
The Outreach Team will be comprised of eight Corpsmembers (18-24 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.
Location: Denver, CO

 

Fall Forestry Corpsmember
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 7/27/17 
Program Dates: August 22 - November 17, 2017 
The Fall Forestry Program (FF) is an intensive, team-based, 13 week-long program. The FF Corpsmembers serve on conservation and environmental stewardship projects throughout the Denver metro area while engaging in meaningful education activities. Corpsmembers have the choice to serve on either a Hand or Sawyer Crew.
Location: Denver, CO

 

Energy & Water Conservation Corpsmember
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 7/27/17 
Program Dates: July 17 - December 18, 2017
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, customer service 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

 

Fall Corpsmembers
Great Appalachian Valley Conservation Corps 
Posted 7/27/17 
The Great Appalachian Valley Conservation Corps (GAVCC) is currently seeking members to join an AmeriCorps Conservation Crew based out of New Market, Virginia for the fall season! Crews will be working in the Shenandoah National Park, within the George Washington and Jefferson National Forest, and on projects for The Nature Conservancy. Crews will be focused on trail construction/maintenance, and wildlife habitat and wetland restoration projects. This term will begin September 4th and end in mid-November.
Apply on-line at GAVCC.org under the “Join” tab.
Questions? Contact Robert at gavccrecruiting@conservationlegacy.org
Location: New Market, VA


 

Director of Development
Montana Conservation Corps
Posted 7/26/17
Applications encouraged by 8/7/17, but will be accepted until position is filled
Montana Conservation Corps (MCC) is seeking an experienced Director of Development to join the organization’s executive team and lead a comprehensive fund development program to robustly increase philanthropic support from individuals, foundations, and corporations. The Director of Development also leads a communications and marketing effort to strengthen awareness and engagement with key stakeholders, and to support MCC’s participant recruitment activities. MCC is currently working toward a strategic vision to double the number of youth who may serve with MCC, and increasing philanthropy is a critical third leg to MCC’s longstanding earned revenue and AmeriCorps grant funding. The Director of Development is supervised by the President/CEO, and works closely with the executive management team, the Board of Directors Development and Marketing Committee, and regional leadership. Application information posted at http://mtcorps.org/about/career-opportunities/
Location: based in Bozeman, MT

 

Restoration, Trails, or Spike Crew Member
Washington Conservation Corps
Posted 7/26/17 
Program Dates: October 2, 2017 - September 6, 2018 
Serve your community, improve habitat for fish and wildlife, and build your path to the future by joining the Washington Conservation Corps! We are now recruiting 300 AmeriCorps positions on our crews located statewide.Gain hands-on experience protecting and restoring the environment: The Washington Conservation Corps serves outdoors year-round to protect and enhance Washington’s natural resources and deploys, as needed, on local and national disaster response. 
Develop your résumé: Trail building, restoration planting, and invasive species removal are just a few of the projects you’ll support while in the WCC. In addition, the WCC provides high quality, career-transferable, paid trainings (such as Swift Water Rescue, Wilderness First Responder, and Hazwoper). 
Gain college credits: Earn transferable college credits through a new partnership with Walla Walla Community College. Six-months or more with Washington Conservation Corps qualifies as Cooperative Work Experience (internship) credits through WWCC, or you can complete a WWCC class at a WCC training conference. 
Requirements: Must be 18-25 years old, with limited exceptions made for recently returned military veterans*. Strong preference will be given to Washington state residents. *Age restrictions do not apply to Gulf War era II reservists, dependents, and veterans.
Benefits: Members earn $11 hourly and receive an AmeriCorps Education Award of $5,815 (scholarship) upon successful completion of 11-month contract (1700 hours). Educational loan forbearance and health insurance is available.
Apply Online
http://www.ecy.wa.gov/wcc
Location
Positions available across the state of Washington

 

Recruitment & Member Support Coordinator
Arizona Conservation Corps
Posted 7/26/17 
Open until filled
Arizona Conservation Corps is seeking a Full-Time, Year-Round Recruitment and Member Support Coordinator to be based out of Flagstaff, AZ. The Recruitment and Member Support Coordinator will oversee all AZCC member admission and member experience processes and procedures out of the Flagstaff, AZ office. Oversee member recruitment working with key staff to develop and implement recruitment practices, conduct interviews and hire Corpsmembers. Outreach and community event planning as well as establishing networks and partnership building are also essential to the role of the coordinator. The Recruitment and Member Support Director will supervise this position. About AZCC: Arizona Conservation Corps operates a variety of urban and camping conservation corps programs across Arizona and southern New Mexico from offices in Tucson, Flagstaff, and Pinetop-Lakeside. AZCC programs support individual placements, small teams and crew-based models in conservation activities that promote personal growth, experiential learning and an ethic of natural resource stewardship. AZCC’s mission is to engage individuals and strengthen communities through service and conservation.
Visit http://azcorps.org/about/current-staff-openings/ for the complete position description.
To Apply: Send Cover letter and resume to Joel Garcia, Recruitment and Member Support Director - joel@conservationlegacy.org.
Location: Flagstaff, AZ


Veteran Fire Corps Project Leader
SCA
Posted 7/25/17 
Program Dates: September 4 - December 15, 2017
This leader will supervise teams of five veteran members working in partnership with the US Forest Service to complete fire/fuels management work.  The Veteran Fire Corps provides recent-era veterans with training, credentials and experience they need to competitively pursue wildland fire and/or forestry careers.  Projects may include but are not limited to: hazardous fuels reduction, hand-piling of slash, constructing fire line in pre-fire preparation of prescribed burn units, collecting fuel inventory data, FIREWISE educational outreach, trail maintenance, timber marking, wildlife surveys, and fence construction.  Project work and schedules vary depending on region and season.
Location: Nebraska Grasslands National Park


Natural Resources Crew Supervisor
Conservation Corps North Bay
Posted 7/25/17 
The Natural Resources Crew Supervisor 2 will make significant contributions to providing a positive work environment that values diversity and fosters a commitment to teamwork and learning. The NRCS will help Corpsmembers to achieve their work readiness and skill development goals.
To apply: Please submit your Cover Letter and Resume to recruiter@ccnorthbay.org. Please include ‘NRC Supervisor 2’ in the subject line. You can also fax your application to (415) 454-4595 Attn: Recruiter.
Location: San Rafael, CA


Community Recycling Assistant Crew Supervisor
Conservation Corps North Bay
Posted 7/25/17 
Conservation Corps North Bay operates an extensive recycling collection program that is vital to agencies that manage Marin and Sonoma county parks, businesses and schools. Over 300,000 pounds of beverage containers and paper is collected each year from over 844 collection points around the North Bay. CCNB’s corpsmembers also conduct outreach and education to thousands of students, businesses, and community volunteers about recycling and environmental stewardship. The Community Recycling Crew (CRC) Assistant Crew Supervisor is responsible for completing all daily tasks associated with recycle collections and education. Duties include driving set routes, collecting recycling at events, and supervising outreach and education crews throughout the North Bay. Assistant Crew Supervisors supervise corpsmembers when on route; collect and sort recycled materials; clean, build, and repair bins; inspect recycling sites, vehicles and other equipment; collect route and recycle bin information; and report route problems to the CRC Supervisor. The CRC Assistant Crew Supervisors help develop corpsmembers to ensure they exhibit professional behavior and conduct safe work practices, documenting and reporting behavior issues to the CRC Supervisor. This position may supervise up to twelve corpsmembers at large events where recycling collection services or community outreach is being provided by CCNB. S/he will also supervise corpsmembers in projects related to the collection or community outreach of e-waste, tires, and oil in Marin and/or Sonoma County. Some of these events will require the Assistant Crew Supervisors to work weekend days. The Assistant Crew Supervisors reports to the CRC Supervisor.
To apply: Please submit your Cover Letter and Resume to recruiter@conservationcorpsnorthbay.org. Please include Assistant Crew Supervisor in the subject line. You can also fax your application to (415) 454- 4595 Attn: Recruiter
Location: North Bay, CA


Controller
Conservation Corps North Bay
Posted 7/25/17 
The Controller works closely with the COO to establish the Finance Department’s goals and to develop, implement, monitor and assess strategies to achieve the goals. The Controller develops and maintains efficient and effective financial operations, prepares organizational and department budgets and financial analysis, and ensures that appropriate policies, procedures and internal controls are maintained to safeguard the organization and facilitate effective financial management.
To applyPlease submit your Cover Letter, Resume and Salary requirements to: recruiter@ccnorthbay.org. Please include ‘Controller’ in the subject line. Alternately, you can fax your cover letter, resume and salary requirements to (415) 454-4595 Attention:Recruiter
Location: North Bay, CA

 

Bilingual Recruitment & Orientation Coordinator
Conservation Corps North Bay
Posted 7/25/17 
The Bilingual Recruitment & Orientation Coordinator (ROC) implements the recruiting and orientation of corpsmembers for Conservation Corps North Bay’s (CCNB) job-training and education programs. The ROC has primary responsibility to ensure outreach, recruiting, and orientation follow best practices and are up to date across all sites and programs. The ROC has frequent interaction with staff and corpsmembers, the general public, vendors, and other business partners. Conservation Corps North Bay’s John Muir Charter School (JMCS) is a WASC-accredited, non-traditional, year-round school on a trimester schedule. JMCS operates the education program in collaboration with CCNB and its staff. The Education Program offers Corpsmembers ages 18-30 the opportunity to complete their high school diploma and continue their life-long learning by taking college classes or special trainings. Students enroll and exit on a rolling basis, year-round. The Recruitment & Orientation Coordinator will be accountable for ensuring that program slots are adequately filled with Corpsmembers who meet eligibility and other screening requirements. In addition, he/she will:
develop and coordinate a range of recruitment projects including outreach and participant
screening for eligibility
• design and coordinate a robust pre-program orientation for the Corps
• work closely with an interdepartmental team to manage all new Corpsmember enrollments and
provide orientation, effectively engaging youth in our programming
• participate in post-program follow up with program alumni
The Recruitment & Orientation Coordinator has frequent interaction with all staff and Corpsmembers, business partners and the general public.
To apply: Please submit your Cover Letter and Resume to recruiter@ccnorthbay.org. Please include “Recruitment & Orientation Coordinator” in the subject line. You can also fax your application to (415) 454-4595 Attn: Recruiter
Location: North Bay, CA


Fall Corps Member
WisCorps
Posted 7/25/17 
Program Dates: September 9 - November 18, 2017 
WisCorps crews complete high priority conservation projects across Wisconsin and the Upper Midwest.  Projects may include trail restoration, habitat restoration, invasive species management, and carpentry projects. Corps Members camp out with their crew near their projects sites and travel throughout Wisconsin.
Corpsmember Responbilities 
Work hard as a team to accomplish project goals 
Maintain high standards of personal safety both on and off the worksite 
Abide by all WisCorps policies and procedures
Location: Wisconsin

 

Program Assistant
SCA
Posted 7/25/17 
The Student Conservation Association (SCA), a national force of youth conservation volunteers, has an exciting opportunity in our Program Department. America’s #1 youth conservation service organization seeks a Program Assistant in our Oakland, CA office. The Program Assistant will work as part of the western regional team and assist Program Coordinators, Program Managers and others in the operational and some administrative aspects of delivery programs in the portfolio. The Program Assistant will provide support for members and leaders, ensuring both site partner and member outcomes are achieved in a safe and responsible manner. This position ensures quality and consistency of western programs while adhering to SCA Risk Management protocols.
Essential Functions 

  • Site level responsibility for high quality delivery of regional programming in accordance with SCA’s safety standards
  • Supports SCA leaders during training and in the field
  • Participates in and supports local and regional events as needed
  • Through field checks, ensures compliance with AmeriCorps regulations
  • Assists Program Managers and Coordinators with recruiting and application process for members of regional and local program teams
  • Assists Program Managers and National Operations team in interviewing, selecting and training leaders
  • Assist HR in enrollment for members as needed
  • Roves program in the field and completes appropriate documentation
  • Participates in incident response as needed
  • Assists in the operation of the Oakland equipment cache

Location: Oakland, CA
 

Gulf Veterans Fire Corps Project Leader
SCA
Posted 7/24/17
Program Dates: January 8 - May 11, 2018 
Manage a fully trained and outfitted 5-person prescribed fire crew composed of military veterans, located for 3 months in coastal Mississippi and Alabama. 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 savannahs and upland longleaf pine on federal, state and private lands.
To apply: Click Login or Sign Up. Create a profile, complete the basic application and then select the Leader Application when prompted. Please be sure to upload your cover letter, resume & 3 references. Once your application is complete, please email leaders@thesca.org with the position of interest listed in the subject line so we may review your application.
Location: SCA Gulf Coast


Field Leadership
Conservation Corps New Mexico
Posted 7/20/17
Program Dates: September 18, 2017 - March 24, 2018
CCNM is seeking qualified candidates for Crew Leader positions for the Fall 2017 Conservation Corps New Mexico Field Season. This is an exciting opportunity for experienced crew leaders looking to get in on the ground floor of a brand new conservation corps program. Building on the partnerships and work which Arizona Conservation Corps has completed in southern New Mexico over the years, Conservation Legacy is launching Conservation Corps New Mexico. CCNM crews will be based in Las Cruces, NM and all project work will take place on public lands in southern New Mexico and western Texas. Successful crew leaders are technically apt, self-motivated, energetic and tenacious – they understand the value of hard work in the outdoors and are driven to excellence in conservation. This season runs from September 18, 2017-March 24, 2018. Apply on-line at azcorps.org/join.
Location: Las Cruces, NM


Corpsmembers 
Conservation Corps New Mexico
Posted 7/20/17
CCNM is seeking applicants to join an AmeriCorps conservation crew for the Fall 2017 season! This is an exciting opportunity for individuals looking to get in on the ground floor of a brand new conservation corps program. Building on the partnerships and work which Arizona Conservation Corps has completed in southern New Mexico over the years, Conservation Legacy is launching Conservation Corps New Mexico. CCNM will be based out of Las Cruces, NM, and all project work will take place on public lands in southern New Mexico and western Texas.
Program Dates: October 2, 2017-March 24, 2018
Location: Las Cruces, NM


Gila Watershed Project Corpsmembers
Arizona Conservation Corps
Posted 7/20/17 
Program Dates: October 2, 2017 - March 24, 2018 
Arizona Conservation Corps is currently seeking members to join an AmeriCorps chainsaw crew based out of Tucson, AZ this season! Crews will be working directly with the Gila Watershed Partnership (GWP) on a restoration project removing invasive species and reducing fire fuels using chainsaws and herbicide, and planting native species. This term begins October 2, 2017, and ends March 24, 2018. Apply on-line at azcorps.org/join.
Location: Tucson, AZ


Verde River Watershed Chainsaw Crew Leadership
Arizona Conservation Corps
Posted 7/20/17 
Program Dates: September 18, 2017 - March 24, 2018
Arizona Conservation Corps is currently seeking Crew Leaders and Assistant Crew Leaders to supervise 7-8 person AmeriCorps crew to perform heavy manual labor related to environmental conservation and restoration projects. Work this season will be in partnership with the Friends of the Verde River Greenway, and will include invasive species removal, mitigation and monitoring, as well as the use of chainsaws. This season runs from September 18, 2017-March 24, 2018. Apply on-line at azcorps.org/join.
Location: Flagstaff, AZ


Crewmembers
Canyon Country Youth Corps
Posted 7/13/17 
Program Dates: August 5 - October 31, 2017
CCYC is now hiring crewmembers for our Fall season! If you’re interested in camping and serving in beautiful places while working with 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 be in a crew of 8 with two crew leaders in remote locations in the Four Corners region.
Location: Monticello, UT
 

Project Manager - South Sound Volunteer Services
EarthCorps
Posted 7/13/17 
This Project Manager position is a part-time exempt position based in Tacoma, WA responsible for leading EarthCorps’ South Sound volunteer event management services to several cities in the Puget Sound region. EarthCorps’ volunteer program leads volunteers in urban forest restoration tasks and stewardship of public rain gardens including removing invasive weeds, planting native vegetation, and the long-term maintenance of restoration sites. This position develops and manages those services in the City of Tacoma with the Department of Environmental Services and the City of Federal Way with the Parks and Recreation Department. The position involves community outreach; recruitment, training, and coaching of long term site stewards; project development and coordination with city staff; contract management; field leadership of volunteers, overseeing volunteer events and maintaining safety and well-being standards.
To apply
Visit earthcorps.org/apply to view a full position description and application link.  You will be asked to submit a cover letter and a resume with reference contact information. Applications will remain open until July 20, 2017, but the priority consideration date was set at July 7 so please submit materials ASAP
Location: Tacoma, WA

 

Project Manager
EarthCorps
Posted 7/13/17 
The Project Manager (PM) position is responsible for coordinating between EarthCorps and partner agencies/organizations to develop environmental restoration projects across the Puget Sound region to be undertaken by Corps Members.  This full-time staff position entails client communication, contract management, field leadership of EarthCorps crews, supervision of Crew Leaders and Corps Members, and responsibility for maintaining the safety standards and organizational goals of EarthCorps in all endeavors.  Our Corps Program participants, both AmeriCorps members and International trainees, learn leadership skills by working collaboratively and executing technical environmental restoration projects including invasive plant removal, native tree plantings, salmon stream restoration, wetland and shoreline restoration, and trail construction.
To apply
Visit earthcorps.org/apply to view a full position description and application link.  You will be asked to submit a cover letter and a resume with reference contact information. Applications will remain open until July 20, 2017, but the priority consideration date was set at July 7 so please submit materials ASAP
Location: Seatlle, WA

 

Program Coordinator
Conservation Corps New Mexico
Posted 7/13/17 
The Program Coordinator’s primary responsibilities are: recruiting, hiring, training, supervising, and mentoring seasonal field staff including Crew Leaders, and Assistant Crew Leaders; supporting and maintaining partnerships through partner coordination, project development, and reporting; overseeing and maintaining consistent quality control, risk management, and program integrity. Although significant support will come from AZCC staff, this position will be our on-theground representation for our new CCNM programming and will also work to establish an operations base, recruitment contacts, and relationships in Las Cruces. Both office and field work are required in this position and the ability to work a flexible schedule is critical.
To apply: Send cover letter, reference contact information, and resume directly to Russ Dickerson, Operations Director (russ@conservationlegacy.org). Applicants will be screened using a matrix built from the position description; please ensure resumes reflect relevant experience.
Location: Las Cruces, NM


Youth Corps Director
Canyon Country (Discovery Center) Youth Corps
Posted 7/13/17
The Youth Corps Director provides administrative guidance and oversight for Canyon Country Youth Corps. Primary responsibilities include: sound administrative guidance of the AmeriCorps award, coordination with public lands professionals to secure work contracts, management of program budgets, overseeing field operations to ensure high quality delivery of public lands work, and ensuring educational programing impacts youths’ lives. This position directly supervises a team of up to 3 staff and 9 youth corps crews a year.
To apply: Send a cover letter detailing relevant experience to this position, a current resume, and three professional references to jobs@fourcornersschool.org. No calls, please. Position open until filled.
Location: Monticello, UT


Historic Preservation Corps - Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area
SCA
Posted 7/13/17 
Program Dates: July 17 - November 18, 2017 
4 Corpsmember positions available 
Location: Delaware
 

Controller
Conservation Legacy
Posted 7/6/17
The Controller is responsible for maintaining and overseeing Conservation Legacy’s financial and accounting services. They are responsible for implementing an overarching financial structure for the entire organization that supports the viability of the business model and program mission. The Controller leads the Conservation Legacy finance staff and operations.
To apply: Please send cover letter and resume to Stacey Alfandre, stacey@conservationlegacy.org.
Location: Durango, CO


Accountant
Conservation Legacy
Posted 7/6/17 
Open until filled
The accountant will work closely with the Controller and regional office staff throughout the country. They will oversee the day-to-day accounting and finance functions of the organization ensuring accuracy, timeliness and compliance.
To Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to Stacey Alfandre, Stacey@conservationlegacy.org
Location: Durango, CO

 

Verde River Watershed Crew
Arizona Conservation Corps
Posted 7/6/17
Program Dates: October 2, 2017 - March 24, 2018
Join a chainsaw crew working on chainsaw and invasive species management projects along the Verde River. No prior chainsaw experience required, training will be provided. 
Location: Camp Valley or Flagstaff, AZ


Administrative Assistant
New Jersey Youth Corps at Project Self-Sufficiency
Posted 7/6/17
Part-time administrative assistant needed to provide clerical support for grant-funded New Jersey Youth Corps program for at-risk youth, ages 16 – 25.  Collect, document, maintain and analyze program data; responsible for entering data into online system, tracking information and generating reports.  Excellent phone skills required; must be proficient in Microsoft applications.  Related experience and Bachelor’s degree required.
Application Information: 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: Newton, NJ


Crew Supervisors
New Jersey Youth Corps at Project Self-Sufficiency
Posted 7/6/17
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. 
Application Information: 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: Newton, NJ


High School Equivalency Instructor/Employability Skills Facilitator
New Jersey Youth Corps at Project Self-Sufficiency
Posted 7/6/17
Full-time and part-time facilitators needed to provide high school equivalency and employability skills instruction to youth, ages 16 – 25, in grant-funded New Jersey Youth Corps program.  Educate students in math, science, English and history.  Establish and maintain relationships with area business leaders and employers.  Administer assessment testing.  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 for full-time position.  Related experience and Master’s degree required.  Excellent presentation skills, written and verbal communication skills required.
Application Information: 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: Newton, NJ


Program Associate
New Jersey Youth Corps at Project Self-Sufficiency
Posted 7/6/17 
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.  Health benefits available.  Excellent verbal and written communication skills needed.  Experience and bachelor’s degree required.
Application Information: 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: Newton, NJ


Program Director
PeoriaCorps
Posted 6/29/17
Open until filled
Provides overall financial and operational management leadership for the City’s PeoriaCorps program and the Mayor’s Summer Youth Program. The Program Director will report directly to the Director of the Public Works Department. The Program Director will have the opportunity to build the PeoriaCorps program for its inaugural year, and will also assume responsibility for directing the existing Mayor’s Summer Youth Program. Position responsibilities and functions include but are not limited to supervision and staff development, program management, project development, organizational leadership, grant compliance, and program sustainability. Program outcomes will be metrics driven and will be focused both on the success of participants as well as the fieldwork completed.
Location: Peoria, Il 
 

YouthBuild Vista
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 6/28/17 
Essential Functions
Program Development

  • Support the development and implementation of alumni engagement strategies.
  • Create programs, systems, and relationships to increase communication and engagement with YouthBuild graduates.
  • Plan and coordinate alumni engagement activities and lead other projects to increase engagement with YouthBuild alumni. 
  • Work with the Case Manager: College and Transitions to develop and coordinate cohort building activities and alumni follow up activities.
  • Work with the Case Manager: College and Transitions to build enhanced support structures for alumni as they transition to post-secondary education, such as tutoring, on-campus activities, systematic follow up, and coordination with selected staff at PSE institutions.
  • Work with Case Manager: College and Transitions to support the development of a plan to increase post-secondary awareness throughout the classrooms and building.
  • Support relationship building and career pathway development for the YouthBuild Health & Wellness track.
  • Assist in creating sustainable resources for placements and a model of stackable employment options for Corpsmembers.
  • Contribute to the development and coordination of Service Days.  Provide Corpsmember training and support where needed in setting up individualized service projects. 
  • Oversee the development and implementation of the Martin Luther King Day all-Corps service project.
  • Manage media and community outreach sources, including program photos, video and blog entries, while working closely with the Development and Marketing Department.

To apply: Apply online at www.americorps.gov or submit cover letter and resume, to staffjobs@mhyc.net and put “YouthBuild VISTA” in the subject line. 
Location: Denver, CO

 

2017 Outreach Team Crew Leader
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 6/28/17 
Program Dates: July 5 - October 20, 2017
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 eight 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 Kyle Kline at kylek@mhyc.net (include position title in subject line)
Location: Denver, CO
 

YouthBuild Mentor
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 6/28/17 
The YouthBuild Mentor Position serves as a peer leader for the YouthBuild crew, assisting in creating a positive crew culture and reinforcing continuity of support for YouthBuild graduates. The YouthBuild Mentor will serve closely with all YouthBuild staff and reports directly to the Construction Crew Leader.
Essential Functions Planning, Design, & Implementation
· Assist in the facilitation and implementation of the leadership and construction training curriculums (when appropriate).
· Support the Construction team in the shop and on the service site when appropriate.
· Assist in the development of tool safety and Service Hazard Analysis sheets for use in member training.
· Supporting the design of an efficient tracking system for near misses (injury prevention) on the service site.
· Participate in overall program development with Corps staff.
· Interact with the Marketing and Development Department in recruitment presentations. This may include stand alone presentations as well as active involvement with the Street Outreach Team.
· Implement and facilitate a recognition program amongst Corpsmembers to support positive group morale and a culture of growth.
To apply: Email: jasonv@mhyc.net (include “YouthBuild Mentor” in the subject line) Fax: 303-433-5997 Mail: Attn. Jason Vaughn, 1801 Federal Blvd., Denver, CO 80204
Location: Denver, CO

 

Recruitment and Member Support Coordinator
Arizona Conservation Corps
Posted 6/28/17
Open until filled
Arizona Conservation Corps is seeking a Full-Time, Year-Round Recruitment and Member Support Coordinator to be based out of Tucson, AZ. The Recruitment and Member Support Coordinator will oversee all AZCC member admission and member experience processes and procedures out of the Tucson, AZ office. Oversee member recruitment working with key staff to develop and implement recruitment practices, conduct interviews and hire Corpsmembers. Outreach and community event planning as well as establishing networks and partnership building are also essential to the role of the coordinator. The Recruitment and Member Support Director will supervise this position. About AZCC: Arizona Conservation Corps operates a variety of urban and camping conservation corps programs across Arizona and southern New Mexico from offices in Tucson, Flagstaff, and Pinetop-Lakeside. AZCC programs support individual placements, small teams and crew-based models in conservation activities that promote personal growth, experiential learning and an ethic of natural resource stewardship. AZCC’s mission is to engage individuals and strengthen communities through service and conservation.
Visit http://azcorps.org/about/current-staff-openings/ for the complete position description. To Apply: Send Cover letter and resume to Joel Garcia, Recruitment and Member Support Director - joel@conservationlegacy.org.
Location: Tucson or Flagstaff, AZ

 

Executive Director
SBP South Carolina
Posted 6/26/17 
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 more than 1,200 homes across 8 states and shared best practices with many more. SBP’s vision is to embrace constant improvement, community-wide collaboration, and clear benchmarks to reduce human suffering caused by the tolls of delay in recovery. By pairing resilience training with recovery operations, we strive to reduce the need for our rebuilding services over time by increasing preparedness among vulnerable communities. SBP encourages individuals that are hungry for change and eager to innovate to join our team so that we can change the future of disaster recovery together. Manage the day to day activities of SBP’s SC operations to achieve the annual production goals and outcomes. Reporting to the National Recovery Director, the Executive Director (ED) will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for SBP's staff, programs, expansion, and execution of its mission.
To apply: Submit a tailored cover letter, resume, three professional references and salary history to screcovery@sbpusa.org. We will follow up with qualified candidates - please no calls or emails after your submission
Location: South Carolina


Development Manager: Grants and Stewardship
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 6/23/17
Essential Duties

  • Write and submit grant applications to federal, private and corporate foundations for Metro Denver and Southern Front Range offices.
  • Builds relationships and provide consistent contact and updates with program officers and donors to cultivate ongoing stewardship.
  • Develop and maintain, in conjunction with Director of Development and Communication, grant application calendar for all grant requests.
  • Track established metrics as outlined in the annual development plan.
  • Research grant opportunities and update relevant data for proposals.
  • Perform various grant administration functions such as budget amendments, plan change, program evaluation, etc.
  • Ensure accurate and timely preparation of grant reports in conjunction with the Finance Department.

Send Resume & CV to:
Email: staffjobs@mhyc.net (include Development Manager: Grants and Stewardship in subject line)
Mail: Mile High Youth Corps (ATTN: Director of Development and Communications) 1801 Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80204 
Location: Denver, CO
 

Crew Leader
Conservation Corps New Mexico
Position Dates: July 3 - December 22, 2017
Application open unitl filled. Applications/Candidates will be reviewed in order received. 
We are seeking one qualified candidate for Crew Leader positions for the Summer 2017 Conservation Corps New Mexico Field Season. This is an exciting opportunity for experienced crew leaders looking to get in on the ground floor of a brand new conservation corps program. Building on the partnerships and work which Arizona Conservation Corps has completed in southern New Mexico over the years, Conservation Legacy is launching Conservation Corps New Mexico. The first CCNM crews will be supported from Arizona Conservation Corps operations base in Tucson, Arizona and all project work will take place on public lands in southern New Mexico and western Texas. Successful crew leaders are technically apt, self-motivated, energetic and tenacious – they understand the value of hard work in the outdoors and are driven to excellence in conservation.
To apply, head to 
http://www.azcorps.org/join
For more information contact James Pitts at james@conservationlegacy.org or 520.668.7652
Location: Tucson, AZ

 

AmeriCorps Program Director
SEEDS
Posted 6/20/17 
This is a full-time position with the responsibility to manage the SEEDS AmeriCorps programs. The ideal candidate will be an organized and versatile individual with a background in grant writing and showcase excellent communication skills. This position works closely with SEEDS staff to ensure successful fulfillment of grant requirements. 
Essential Job Duties
Complete required preparatory online & in person trainings for all AmeriCorps grant leadership roles (Examples: VISTA Supervisor Training, Criminal History Check Online course, New Program Director OnCorps Webinar, etc.)
Take lead role in writing all AmeriCorps related grants, including continuation grants
Take lead role in writing and gathering required data for all AmeriCorops related grant reports
Function as Grant Manager for all AmeriCorps, and other grants by developing a deep understanding of SEEDS grant contracts
Create clear, open, and frequent communication lines with all AmeriCorps program officers
Read, respond to, and share appropriate AmeriCorps emails and communications with SEEDS team members in a timely manner
Partner with Human Resources in the recruitment process of AmeriCorps members, including posting open positions, screening and interviewing prospective candidates and selection of members.
Ensure proper onboarding of AmeriCorps members (proper paperwork completed, documents submitted, orientation completed, etc
Location: Traverse City, MI
 

Crew Member 
Western Colorado Conservation Corps
Posted 6/13/17
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 $2,865, 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 
Duties
• Must be willing and able to camp at least 4 nights per week
• Successfully complete new Corps Member Orientation and CPR/First Aid Training
• Complete conservation projects throughout Western Colorado
• Must be motivated, responsible, and have a positive attitude
• Willing to cook at camp site when  necessary
• Must participate in WCCC education program
• Participate in WCCC wide volunteer events
Location: Grand Junction, CO

 

Natural Resources Crew (NRC) Specialist - Seasonal
Conservation Corps North Bay
Posted 6/7/17
Under the direction of the NRC Supervisor and the NRC Coordinator, this position is responsible for supervising and completing natural resource projects such as habitat restoration, fire fuel reduction, creek maintenance and restoration, and trail building. The NRC Specialist is responsible for Corpsmember supervision and must be able to supervise a crew of up to 1 to 10 Corpsmembers in the absence of the Supervisor or Coordinator. Additionally, they are responsible for the safety and behavior of the crew. This position requires leadership skills and the ability to help create an environment conducive to productivity, as well as personal and professional growth. The NRC Specialist will make significant contributions to providing a positive work environment that values diversity and fosters a commitment to teamwork and learning, and will help Corpsmembers to achieve their work readiness and skill development goals.
Term: June 12 - September 29, 2017
To apply: Please submit your Cover Letter and Resume to recruiter@ccnorthbay.org. Please include ‘NRC Specialist- Seasonal’ in the subject line. You can also fax your resume and cover letter to (415) 454-4595 Attn: Recruiter.
Location: San Rafael or Cotati, CA
 

Associate Director
Colorado Youth Corps Association
Posted 6/5/17 
The Colorado Youth Corps Association (CYCA) mission is to advance the Colorado conservation corps movement.  As a statewide association, CYCA raises resources for corps; assures quality through annual conservation corps accreditation; promotes conservation corps through legislative advocacy and strategic communications; and provides technical assistance on all aspects of corps operations.
Essential Functions
The Associate Director is the primary staff person to oversee all CYCA programs, internal operations, and member services.  The Associate Director serves the needs of accredited youth conservation corps and other partners to advance the youth corps movement as well as maintain and enhance quality programs for Colorado’s youth and young adults.
Application Deadline: June 11, 2017 by 8:00pm Mountain Standard Time
Preferred start period prior to July 14, 2017 

Electronic Submission Only—submit the following materials to Nancy Weil, Office Manager, at nweil@cyca.org:

  • Resume
  • Cover letter which should include overview of experience designing and implementing systems for efficiency and organization
  • CYCA application
  • Three professional references

Location: Denver, CO

 

Program Director
Nevada Conservation Corps
Posted 6/2/17 
Great Basin Institute is seeking a dedicated, service-minded professional who desires to make lasting, positive change for public lands and communities in Nevada and other Western states. By uniting environmental resources from federal, state and county agencies, GBI's conservation corps program provides individuals opportunities to make meaningful contributions toward protecting and conserving our public lands, while also gaining valuable work experience in the field of natural resource management. The ideal candidate will have proven experience developing and fostering partner relationships and project opportunities, leading highly effective teams, passion for conserving our nation's public lands and providing opportunities for professional development, and willingness to travel.
To apply: Interested applicants and qualified applicants should apply here
Location: Reno, NV


Veterans Fire Corps - Corpsmember
Southwest Conservation Corps
Posted 6/2/17 
Program Dates: August 14 - December 8, 2017
Open until filled
The Southwest Conservation Corps' Veterans Fire Corps program provides training and on-the-job experience for post 9-11 era veterans interested in entering into careers and gaining experience in natural resource management.The program engages participants in a cohort environment in which a team of recent era veterans works together to train and complete natural resource management projects, specifically related to fire fuels management and fuels reduction. Project work and schedules will vary depending on region and season. Projects require members to camp and live on project locations for up 8 days at a time, followed by 6 days off. SCC has also taken on a role as a part of the larger AmeriCorps Disaster Response Team, and as such, some crews may get deployed on Disaster response projects for up to 30 days. Trainings will focus on gaining conservation and forestry skills, specifically the use of hand tools and the operation of chainsaws. Members will go to Colorado Fire Camp and earn S130- Firefighter Training, S190- Intro to Wildland Fire Behavior, S212- Wildland Fire Chainsaws, IS100b- Intro to Incident Command System, and IS700a-National Incident Management System, as well as Wilderness First aid and CPR (WFA) certificates. Additionally, the program aims to provide background knowledge and introductory training in Wildland firefighting. The program assists veterans in their transition to civilian careers by providing contact with potential future employers and trainings in applying for federal land management jobs. This AmeriCorps program is designed for veterans who separated from the military at any point after September 11th, 2001 (including but not limited to OIF, OEF, ONO, OCO, and GWoT veterans) who are interested in pursuing educational and professional development in resource management, wildland firefighting and other outdoor related fields. All Applicants must have served in the U.S. Armed Forces and have a DD214. Crews are generally comprised of individuals 21-37 years of age who have minimal financial and/or personal commitments.
Location: Durango, CO

 

WildCorps Project Leader
SCA
Posted 6/2/17 
Program Dates: September 10, 2017 - August 18, 2018 
WildCorps is a unique part of SCA’s Desert Restoration Corps (DRC) which is a partnership between SCA and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).  This partnership has produced nearly a decade of monitoring, preserving, and repairing fragile habitat in the Mojave and Colorado Deserts of Southern California.  WildCorps – comprised of 4 members and 1 leader –is scheduled for a 6 month season. Responsible for daily management and supervision of a Conservation Corps program either in a backcountry or frontcountry site with members 18 & older. Manage member and group safety and development while working on conservation projects.  Represent SCA on-site and coordinate with Agency partner on designated project(s).
Location: Palm Springs, CA


Trail Crew Technical Advisor
American Conservation Experience
Posted 5/30/17 
Program Dates: June 20 - September 29, 2017
Lead the nation’s premier volunteer-based trail crew programs on the spectacular Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail.
This is a great career-building opportunity for rising professionals. In this position you will have the opportunity to:

  • Work with youth and volunteer trail crews, support corps crews, teach excellent trail work
  • Coordinate and oversee projects on the ground along the Pacific Crest Trail
  • Design and layout trail relocations
  • Spend time outdoors and on the trail in Goat Rocks and Glacier Peak Wildernesses

The Trail Crew Technical Advisor is a full-time seasonal staff position working on trail projects in Washington for the 2017 work season. Weekly compensation will average $700-800. Seasonal employees whose originally assigned work schedule is greater than six months may also be eligible for insurance benefits.  Dependable personal transportation, a good driving record, and auto insurance is required and mileage is reimbursed.
Location: Washington


Southwest Trails Team - Field Leader
SCA
Posted 5/24/17 
Program Dates: July 16 - November 22, 2017
The Southwest Roving Team is a unique opportunity to serve on projects in two of the American Southwest’s most iconic national public lands, Carlsbad Caverns National Park and Yosemite National Park.  After two weeks of training, the team will travel to serve on a trail project in Carlsbad Caverns National Park for a two month project.  Then the team will transition to Yosemite National Park where they will work on projects involving conifer removal (80% of the project) in a native oak grove and pollinator habitat restoration projects (20% of the project). 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.  Field-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. Responsible for daily management and supervision of a Conservation Corps program either in a backcountry or frontcountry site with members 18 & older.  Manage member and group safety and development while working on conservation projects.  Represent SCA on-site and coordinate with Agency partner on designated project(s).
To applyClick Login or Sign Up. Create a profile, complete the basic application and then select the Leader Application when prompted. Please be sure to upload your cover letter, resume & 3 references. Once your application is complete, please email leaders@thesca.org with the position of interest listed in the subject line so we may review your application.
Location: SCA California - Southwest


 

Excelsior AmeriCorps Project Leader
SCA
Posted 5/19/17 
Position Dates: Full time, Year Round starting
SCA Excelsior Corps works in partnership with the NYS Governor’s Office, the NYS Commission on National and Community Service (AmeriCorps), the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, the NYS Environmental Facilities Corps, and the NYS Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation.  The program will be housed out of the SUNY Morrisville Campus and will complete projects around the state of New York.
Primary Responsibilities
Crew Manager Functions

  • Lead and manage a crew of eight to nine 18-25 year olds for 10 days in a row
  • Lead and manage work outcomes and crew dynamics
  • Facilitate team operations including; food planning, tools & equipment, and vehicles
  • Actively manage project/member risk to maintain a safe work environment

Technical Advisor Functions

  • Supervise and assist the work skills training of corps members
  • Manage the quality & technique of the work performed
  • Promote leadership development within the team and evaluate success & potential

To apply: Click Login or Sign Up. Create a profile, complete the basic application and then select the Leader Application when prompted. Please be sure to upload your cover letter, resume & 3 references. Once your application is complete, please email leaders@thesca.org with “SCA Excelsior Project Leader” listed in the subject line so we may review your application.
Location: New York

 

YCP Crew Leader
American Conservation Experience
Posted 5/18/17
Program Dates: May 29 - July 24, 2017
As the ACE YCP Crew Leader, you will lead a crew of five locally recruited high school students to complete a variety of conservation field projects and environmental education activities alongside the National Park Service at Canaveral National Seashore in Florida. 
Throughout the six-week summer program, the ACE YCP Crew Leader will lead the crew on projects that may include the following:

  • Trail maintenance and construction
  • Wildlife management projects with Endangered Sea Turtles
  • Recreational site stewardship
  • Campsite maintenance, painting, and fencing
  • Coastal cleanup
  • Lagoon and wetland restoration
  • Invasive plant removal

Each week, the YCP crew will participant in various environmental education activities throughout the Park. The ACE YCP Crew Leader will work closely with the Park project partner to identify and schedule weekly environmental education enrichment activities supplementing the week’s field projects. As the ACE YCP Crew Leader, you will be responsible for the overall safety of the crew and providing the necessary field leadership and skills training to accomplish the field projects.
Please email your resume, thoughtful cover letter, and contact for three professional references to the ACE Director of Youth Programming, Hannah Wendel at hwendel@usaconservation.org
Please submit your application of interest by May 20, 2017.
Location: Flagstaff, AZ


 

AmeriCorps Member
SBP
Posted 5/18/17 
AmeriCorps Site Supervisors play a vital role in SBP’s Rebuilding Program, as they oftentimes act as the face of SBP and actively lead the construction efforts on clients’ homes. Site Supervisors lead groups of skilled and unskilled volunteers in construction projects. A Site Supervisor is responsible for training volunteers and keeping them on task, maintaining a safe and clean worksite, monitoring safety and quality and ensuring that all tasks are completed on schedule.  Site Supervisors work closely with their Project Manager to develop and track the schedule of their home, order tools and materials and troubleshoot problems. Further, Site Supervisors encourage volunteers to return, fundraise and help spread the word about the enduring needs for continued disaster recovery efforts in America. Site Supervisors ensure that SBP is represented in a positive and professional manner by completing each project on time and on schedule, interacting positively with volunteers and homeowners and maintaining high quality and safety on site. Site Supervisors are provided with a full 6 week training in the field of construction and therefore require no previous construction experience. During periods of low volunteer numbers, Site Supervisors will work independently or with other Site Supervisors to continue construction progress on site. During the AmeriCorps term a Site Supervisor will be expected to oversee the rebuilding of 3-4 homes. Site Supervisors report to a Project Manager within the Construction Department.  
Location: New Orleans, LA

 

Program Manager
SCA
Posted 5/18/17 
Work as part of a regional team to lead all field based programming for youth in the Philadelphia Area (including Camden, NJ). The Program Manager is responsible for recruiting program participants, supervising Crew Leaders, delivering support for members, and building relationships with partner organizations while representing the SCA brand throughout the Philadelphia area. The ideal candidate will be from or familiar with Philadelphia and have experience leading volunteers in an environmental or service based program.  This position will be filled asap with an ideal start in June. 
To apply
Send resume and cover letter to: Randall Rupp, Regional Program Manager rrupp@thesca.org Applications are being reviewed as received and position will be filled once a candidate is identified with a June start date preferred. 
Location: Philadelphia, PA

 

Crew Leader
Arizona Conservation Corps
Posted 5/12/17 
Dates: July 3 - November 17 OR December 22, 2017 
Our July start Flagstaff, AZ-based conservation crews have a huge variety of great project work including Grand Canyon trails, Escalante Canyon (Utah) backcountry saw project doing invasive removal, Aravaipa Canyon restoration project, Walnut Canyon National Monument chainsaw fuels reduction, and many, many others. Applicants should indicate in their cover letter whether they are interested in leading a saw crew, trail crew, or both. Candidates should have strong people skills and previous corps experience. Responsibilities: 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 adapt to various climates; camp 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.
To apply:Visit http://azcorps.org to see full job description and apply online.
Location: Flagstaff, AZ


Controller
Conservation Legacy
Posted 5/11/17 
The Controller is responsible for maintaining and overseeing Conservation Legacy’s financial and accounting services. They are responsible for implementing an overarching financial structure for the entire organization that supports the viability of the business model and program mission. The Controller leads the Conservation Legacy finance staff and operations.
Essential Accountabilities and Functions:
Management and operations
• Manage accounting operations and associated roles
• Provide financial reporting and analysis for work in process
• Work closely with the CEO to ensure systems match program needs and fit within organizational structure. Team with others regionally to better understand organizational needs
Financial System Management (Blackbaud Financial Edge accounting system)
• Oversee users and account coding
• Perform monthly reconciliations
• Submit bi-monthly financial reporting to CEO and Board of Director
• Work with program EDs on accuracy and accruals
• Make adjusting journal entries
• Maintain Depreciation Schedule
• Allocate Shared expenses

For more see application
To applyPlease send cover letter and resume to Stacey Alfandre, stacey@conservationlegacy.org
Location: Durango, CO
 

Accountant
Conservation Legacy 
Posted 5/11/17 
Open until filled
The accountant will work closely with the Controller and regional office staff throughout the country. They will oversee the day-to-day accounting and finance functions of the organization ensuring accuracy, timeliness and compliance. 
Essential Accountabilities and Functions:
Management and operations

• Manage accounting operations and associated roles
• Provide financial reporting and analysis for work in process
• Develop financial analysis and process tools for budgeting, approval and compliance utilizing Financial Edge accounting system module capabilities
• Assist with the annual audit process
• Work closely with the Controller and CEO to ensure systems match program needs and fit within organizational structure. Team with others regionally to better understand organizational needs
Finance Operations, Systems and Organizational Support
• Maintain accuracy in the program database and accounting software
• Verify, prepare, deliver invoices per agreement, including Site Fees and invoicing originating outside of regular database processes
• Manage collections and multiple payment processes      
• Review and post A/R and A/P activity to general ledger
• Manage pass through funding to other organizations and agencies
• Manage financial aspects of non-federal grants
• Manage 403b account and relationship with provider
• Make bank deposits
• Crosstrain on all critical accounting procedures.
• Identify areas for financial and resource improvement, and courses of action
• Provide other ad hoc financial and organizational support as needed
To applyPlease send a cover letter and resume to Stacey Alfandre, Stacey@conservationlegacy.org
Location: Durango, CO

 

Community Recycling Crew (CRC) Assistant Supervisor
Conservation Corps North Bay 
Posted 5/10/17 
Conservation Corps North Bay operates an extensive recycling collection program that is vital to agencies that manage Marin and Sonoma county parks, businesses and schools. Over 300,000 pounds of beverage containers and paper is collected each year from over 844 collection points around the North Bay. CCNB’s corpsmembers also conduct outreach and education to thousands of students, businesses, and community volunteers about recycling and environmental stewardship. The Community Recycling Crew (CRC) Assistant Supervisor is responsible for completing all daily tasks associated with recycling collections and education. The CRC Assistant Supervisor will make significant contributions to providing a positive work environment that values diversity and fosters a commitment to teamwork and learning and will help Corpsmenbers to achieve their work readiness and skill development goals. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
To apply
Please submit your Cover Letter and Resume to recruiter@ccnorthbay.org. Please include CRC Assistant Supervisor in the subject line. You can also fax your application to (415) 454-4595 Attn: Recruiter.
Location: Cotati, CA


 

Natural Resources Crew Leader
Conservation Corps North Bay
Posted 5/10/17
Contribute to a positive work environment that values diversity and fosters a commitment to teamwork and learning! Help Corpsmembers achieve work readiness and skill development goals!
Lead your crew in successfully completing natural resource projects, including habitat restoration, fire fuel reduction, creek maintenance and restoration, and trail building...
• Facilitate personal and professional development and help Corpsmembers develop proper work habits
• Provide training including tool use, teamwork, leadership skills and work place communication
• Provide project specific training
• Provide quarterly evaluations and track work hours
• Be instrumental in mediating and resolving behavior and personnel issues
• Document performance, learning accomplishments and project accomplishments
• Produce a level of productivity and high quality that meets the expectations of CCNB and the client
• Ensure that safety procedures are followed and equipment is maintained
• Complete projects in a safe manner
To apply: Please submit a Cover Letter and Resume to recruiter@ccnorthbay.org. Please include ‘NRC Supervisor 2’ in the subject line. You can also fax your application to (415) 454-4595 Attn: Recruiter.
Location: Cotati. CA


Woodboss (Field Coordinator)
Northwest Youth Corps/Idaho Conservation Corps
Posted 5/9/17 
Program Dates: 5/22/17 - 9/15/17
The Woodsboss is responsible for providing field support to youth and young adult crews. This includes, but is not limited to ensuring projects are to partner and NYC/ICC specifications and NYC/ICC standards, camps are to NYC/ICC standards; that they are clean, safe, and follow organizational protocol; and that seasonal staff presents a rich educational program. A Woodsboss may also manage some weekends, recreational trips, and be responsible for resupplying crew food and equipment. The Woodsboss will interface with project sponsors and parents to ensure participants are comfortable with the program. The Woodsboss has a primary role with seasonal staff training and evaluation. The Woodsboss spends the season traveling to crews assigned in their region providing field support. The position requires flexibility as it has long days and hours. Days off are coordinated with your Program Manager. 
To apply: 
Send Resume and Cover Letter to David Nestor, DavidN@nwyouthcorps.org
L
ocation: Various 
 

Crew Leaders
Canyon Country Youth Corps 
Reposted 5/8/17
Hiring now
CCYC is now hiring Crew Leaders for our current season! If you’re interested in camping and working in beautiful places while leading high school age and 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 be leading a crew of 8 with a co-leader in remote locations in the Four Corners region. The season will run from now until October 31st, 2017. Upon successful completion of your season you may be eligible for an education award from AmeriCorps. Must be an avid outdoorsman/woman, and have prior leadership experience. Must be ages 18-25 and have a clean driving record, as well as pass a criminal history check. Please visit our website for a detailed job description.  Please send your cover letter, resume, and three professional references to ccyc@fourcornersschool.org
Location: Monticello, UT


Program Associate
New Jersey Youth Corps at Project Self-Sufficiency
Posted 5/8/17
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, 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: Newton, NJ

 

High School Equivalency Instructor/Employability Skills Facilitator
New Jersey Youth Corps at Project Self-Sufficiency
Posted 5/8/17

Full-time and part-time facilitators needed to provide high school equivalency and employability skills instruction to youth, ages 16 – 25, in grant-funded New Jersey Youth Corps program.  Educate students in math, science, English and history.  Establish and maintain relationships with area business leaders and employers.  Administer assessment testing.  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 for full-time position.  Related experience and Master’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: Newton, NJ

 

Crew Supervisors
New Jersey Youth Corps at Project Self-Sufficiency
Posted 5/8/17

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: Newton, NJ

 

Administrative Assistant
New Jersey Youth Corps at Project Self-Sufficiency
Posted 5/8/17
Part-time administrative assistant needed to provide clerical support for grant-funded New Jersey Youth Corps program for at-risk youth, ages 16 – 25.  Collect, document, maintain and analyze program data; responsible for entering data into online system, tracking information and generating reports.  Excellent phone skills required; must be proficient in Microsoft applications.  Related 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: Newton, NJ

 

Idaho Service Corps (Session 2)
Idaho Conservation Corps
Posted 5/4/17 
Position Dates: May 22 - October 12, 2017 Term of Service: 5 months, 900 hours, camping and community
Crew size: 9 members, 1 leader
Compensation: $6050, prorated throughout term of service $2,887.50 AmeriCorps Education Award available after completion
The scope of work will include trail work and chainsaw work in Washington and Oregon. You will receive all the training needed to successfully complete all projects.
Training: The primary focus of the ISC program is to prepare members for fulltime employment with a combination of field work activity and industry-recognized trainings. Program participants will receive some or all of the following trainings and certifications depending on their crew’s primary work focus: Wilderness First Aid, Herbicide Application, Chainsaw Operation, Leadership, Trail Construction and Maintenance, Brush Cutter Operation, Resource Management, CPR, Conflict Resolution, and Map and Compass Orienteering. 
Schedule: During the five-month program, crews typically work 9 days on followed by 5 days off. A campsite and transportation to the campsite with the crew will be provided for the days on with subsequent transportation back to our Boise headquarters at the end of each “hitch.” Housing is not provided on days off. Members must complete a minimum of 900 hours of service, averaging 80 hours per two-week hitch - including work, training, education, and travel time. A 30 minute lunch and at least two breaks will be provided each day. No vacation time is provided during this program.
 * Women's Crew -- This all woman crew is an empowering opportunity to gain technical skills in a safe and supportive environment. We hope to encourage more women to seek leadership positions in the land management industry, or pursue their field of interest with a renewed sense of pride in their identity. for more information visit /OurPrograms/WomensCrew

Location: Throughout Idaho

 

Summer YouthBuild Crew Leader: Construction
Mile High Youth Corps
Posted 5/3/17
The Summer YB Crew Leader: Construction primarily oversees crews of 6-12 YouthBuild participants ages 18-24 on a working construction site building affordable housing. The Summer YB Crew Leader: Construction is responsible for maintaining safe worksite practices, providing direct instruction, work project supervision, maintaining cohesive program implementation, leading independent projects, and providing training and leadership development opportunities for each crew. This position works closely with construction partners on-site to assist in project completion and maximizing training opportunities for Corpsmembers. Reports directly to the Program Manager: YouthBuild.
Full-time temporary position from May 8 - August 11, 2017
To applyEmail staffjobs@mhyc.net  (include “Summer YB Crew Leader: Construction” in the subject line) Fax: 303-433-5997 Mail:  Attn: Staff Jobs, 1801 Federal Blvd., Denver, CO 80204 
Location: Denver, CO

 

SORO Office Administrator
Appalachian Trail Conservancy
Posted 5/3/17 
Under the supervision of the Southern Regional Office (SORO) Regional Director, the Office Administrator provides general office and program support and also assists with implementation of Trail management programs, exercising autonomy in day-to-day affairs when the regional director is away from the office.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
General Office Support
Answer telephones and greet visitors; file; draft, edit, proofread and process correspondence; maintain financial and legal records; enter and manage office purchase orders; reconcile financial statements and serve as office controller; maintain computer systems and back up electronic data;; maintain office supplies and systems; maintain regional directory; maintain office calendar; schedule staff meetings; take and disseminate meeting minutes; set up and maintain office organizational systems; participate in general staff meetings and activities.
Program Support
Coordinate communications between ATC, agency partners, and club volunteers; represent ATC while answering information queries; create and maintain databases; assist with preparation and placement of advertising for crew programs; assist with recruiting for SORO ATC Volunteer Programs; arrange Southern Partnership Meeting and Regional Partnership Committee (RPC) meetings; serve as secretary for the RPC and license plate committees; assist with the Hiker Voluntary Registration program, coordinate and edit monthly e-news; manage license plate grant programs; facilitate regional fund raising and reporting; coordinate regional volunteer recognition programs, prepare news releases and media background packages for general dissemination; coordinate submission of news articles and features for Conservancy periodicals; maintain project tracking data; coordinate regional updates of ATC website; respond to emergencies in the absence of other regional staff; facilitate new volunteer involvement with Trail projects; support workshop development with Trails to Every Classroom (TTEC), support A.T. Communities program (Trailwide),assist with Youth Outreach Programs, and perform other duties as assigned, including duties requested from ATC's headquarters.
To apply
To apply please email resume and cover letter, both in this format:  Last Name, First Name, Cover (or Resume) SORO Off.Admin.to SORO Regional Director, Morgan Sommerville at msommerville@appalachiantrail.org. The deadline to apply is ​May 15, 2017.
Location: Ashville, NC


 

Director of Fiscal Operations
LA Conservation Corps
Posted 5/3/17 
The Director of Fiscal Operations is responsible for leading, executing and enhancing the Corps’ accounting function to enable the organization to fulfill its mission. In that capacity, the Director of Fiscal Operations is the subject matter expert on all accounting and Payroll matters and takes the lead on building and implementing best practices that will support the organization’s continuous improvement efforts. The Director of Fiscal Operations reports to the Chief Financial Officer and oversees the work of an Accounting Manager, Accounts Payable Manager and Payroll Supervisor with functional responsibility over accounting procedures including but not limited to the monthly close and reporting, annual audit and tax filings, accounts payable, accounts receivable, general ledger, payroll, scholarships and grants administration. The Director of Fiscal Operations will ensure that the Corps’ accounting systems, checklists and procedures are properly maintained and updated to support on-going operations and effective program implementation as well as conduct flawless audits. The Director of Fiscal Operations will also work closely with the CFO, senior management and other staff to enhance and better integrate the Finance, HR & IT functions. The Director of Fiscal Operations is a key member of the Finance & Payroll teams and is the subject-matter expert on the Corps’ financial technology systems (Blackbaud and Paycom).
To apply
Email cover letter and resume to jobs@lacorps.org. The Los Angeles Conservation Corps only employs individuals who are lawfully authorized to work in the United States.
Location: Los Angeles, CA


 

Payroll Coordinator
LA Conservation Corps
Posted 5/3/17 
Reporting to the Director of Fiscal Operations, the Payroll Coordinator position is responsible for the supervision of Payroll staff in the production of timely and accurate payroll. Assist Program Supervisors and Program Managers with any questions or concerns. Ensure compliance with current labor law and LA Conservation Corps policies and procedures. The Payroll Coordinator ensures the timely payment of earned salaries thus allowing the effective operation of programs of the Los Angeles Conservation Corps.
To applyEmail cover letter and resume to jobs@lacorps.org. The Los Angeles Conservation Corps only employs individuals who are lawfully authorized to work in the United States. 
Location: Los Angeles, CA

 

Fall Corps Member
Montana Conservation Corps
Posted 3/31/17 
Program Dates: August 7, 2017 - November 3, 2017 
Primary duties of the Corps Member (CM) include establishing and maintaining good working relationships with regional staff, leaders and other members, project technical advisors, and volunteers in order to complete natural resource and community service projects. Primary duties also include participating in all elements of the MCC program to the best of their ability, performing designated crew role functions and maintaining a positive attitude throughout the program. The Corps Member will utilize the support of their Crew Leader(s) and regional staff to complete their term of service successfully. The Corps Member is an AmeriCorps member and is entitled to the benefit package offered all AmeriCorps members. The Corps Member is supervised by the Regional Program Manager. This position should be viewed not as a 9-5 job but as an experience where long hours and extended time away from home, often in remote locations on difficult terrain and in all weather conditions, are to be expected. This position will not have recurring access to vulnerable populations.
To apply: To Apply: Please submit your application via our online application portal. We are accepting applications for Corps Members in our Northern Rockies region in Kalispell, MT.
Location: Kalispell, MT

 

 



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)