Middle Colorado Watershed Council's (MCWC) is hiring a Watershed Specialist. MCWCs mission is to evaluate, protect and enhance the health of the middle Colorado River watershed through the cooperative effort of watershed stakeholders. The Watershed Specialist position is an exciting opportunity for a motivated individual to help implement elements of the 2016 Watershed Plan. This includes performing technical studies, participating in restoration activities, and implementing the Public Outreach and Communication Plan. Deadline for Applications is July 6, 2016. For more information go to www.midcowatershed.org.
Bird Conservancy of the Rockies is hiring a Stewardship Director. Bird Conservancy of the Rockies (formerly Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory) is a Colorado-based non-profit conservation organization established in 1988. The Stewardship Director provides
strategic vision, guidance, and leadership to the Stewardship Program of Bird Conservancy. The director is responsible for supervising the Program Manager, Grant Accountant, Grassland Wildlife Coordinator, and two Senior level partner biologists while providing direction to all Stewardship staff regarding partner relations and achieving strategic goals and grant
deliverables. Applications must be received on or by July 18, 2016. For more information visit their website at www.birdconservancy.org.
The Big Thompson Watershed Forum, a Colorado 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1997, is seeking a motivated individual to fill the part-time position of Monitoring Program Manager of the Forum. The mission of the Forum is to protect and improve water quality in the Big Thompson River Watershed through collaborative monitoring, assessment and educational projects. The Monitoring Program Manager provides leadership, technical support, and overall management of the Big Thompson Watershed Forum’s water quality monitoring and assessment activities. Applications will be accepted until July 29, 2016 with an expected start date is September 26, 2016. For more information on this position visit their website at btwatershed.org.
The Big Thompson Watershed Forum is seeking a motivated individual to fill the part-time position of Watershed Program Administrator. The Forum is a collaborative group representing private citizens, corporations, nongovernmental organizations and government agencies. The mission of the Forum is to protect and improve water quality in the Big Thompson River Watershed through collaborative monitoring, assessment and educational projects. The Watershed Program Administrator provides leadership and overall management of the Big Thompson Watershed Forum in areas of weekly operations, planning, administration and financial management. Applications will be accepted until July 29, 2016 with an expected start date is September 19, 2016. For more information on this position visit their website at btwatershed.org.
The US Forest Service is seeking applicants for the position of Hydrologist, based in Gunnison, CO. Open to current federal employees. Duties include developing recommendations of treatment for rehabilitation or restoration. Maintain inventory of proposed rehabilitation and restoration projects by priority. Manage watershed restoration and improvement programs, consulting with other resource specialists. For more information click HERE.
The Town of Breckenridge is seeking qualified applicants to be considered for the position of Open Space and Trails Manager. This is a manager-level open space position in an historic mountain community, please visit the link for more information and an application, www.townofbreckenridge.com.
Groundwork Denver’s employment based youth development programs are gearing up for the summer; the Blue Team, Green Teams, and the Green Corps will all be starting work in June. We’re delighted to be running four teams this summer working on projects like water quality testing in the Lower Bear Creek watershed, habitat restoration at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal, mountain bike trail building in Buffalo Creek and growing healthy food at our greenhouse and urban farms. In addition, Groundwork Denver has also been running a Great Outdoors Colorado Inspire Initiative ‘GO WILD’ Youth Council with participants from the Northeast Park Hill neighborhood. This youth council is one of four councils in Northeast Metro Denver helping our coalition understand how to better connect young people and their families to the great outdoors of Colorado. If you or someone you know is interested in a job opportunity with one of their employment based youth development programs please reach out to our Director of Youth Programs Shane Wright, firstname.lastname@example.org.