Job Announcements Early October

Avocets at Russell Lakes SWA wetland. American avocets at Russell Lakes State Wildlife Area in the San Luis Valley, looking east towards the Sangre de Cristo Range in southeast Colorado. The photo portrays a good example of a wetland. Division of Wildlife. Cary Aloia.

Avocets at Russell Lakes SWA wetland. American avocets at Russell Lakes State Wildlife Area in the San Luis Valley, looking east towards the Sangre de Cristo Range in southeast Colorado. The photo portrays a good example of a wetland. Division of Wildlife. Cary Aloia.

The City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks department is hiring 2 full time Ranger Naturalists this fall. The offer will be open until October 8th. Click https://bouldercolorado.gov/human-resources/city-jobs to find and apply for these positions. 

Boulder County Open Space & Mountain Parks Trails Stewardship Team has posted an opening for a Program Lead. Under general supervision to implement, evaluate, and assist with the development of the Trail Stewardship plans, policies, projects, and management practices at a professional level, consistent with department goals and within a department-wide context that supports all chartered land uses and open space purposes; primarily to deliver professional project design and field work. Deadline to apply October 15th, 2017. You can find the job description and information on how to apply at: www.governmentjobs.com.

Denver Water is looking for a Watershed Scientist (Environmental Sr. Scientist) ; Denver Water’s External Affairs Division/Environmental Planning Section is currently seeking a qualified candidate to assist us as a Watershed Scientist. Under general supervision, the Watershed Scientist will serve in a technical role as part of a team that will develop and implement Denver Water’s watershed management program. The key goals include preserving high water quality for drinking water supplies, well-functioning forest health and ecological systems, and cooperative partnerships with numerous stakeholders and groups interested in watersheds and source water protection. The full details of job posting can be found HERE which includes contact information and application instructions. Deadline is October 24th, 2017.

Hands-On Labs, Inc. (HOL) is seeking a Science Laboratory Curriculum & Product Developer. This person develops laboratory experiences, curricula, and products that support the academic requirements of secondary and post-secondary science courses.  This individual designs, develops, enriches, and supports all sales and production facets of the experiments contained in HOL products, called s, which provide wet science lab experiences in support of educational institutions’ science courses, primarly online science courses. This position works collaboratively within a team of science colleagues, clients, and HOL’s Sales, Production, and Documentation teams to develop, write, produce, and confirm challenging and effective  science experiments that engage students, meet traditional academic learning objectives, and can be safely and successfully conducted at home. Please submit resume to Rick Carmichael,  rick.carmichael@holscience.com. Applicants MUST have a science degree. MS or PhD preferred.

The Mountain Area Land Trust (MALT), an accredited land trust, in Evergreen, CO has an opening for a part-time (24 hours) Land and Water Conservation Director.  Please find the complete job description, duties and details on how to apply at, http://www.savetheland.org/job-opportunities.

The Mountain Park Environmental Center is seeking an experienced, collaborative, and engaging individual to join their team as Environmental Educators who will primarily work with their new Forest School for Little Rangers program. This position will co-facilitate MPEC’s preschool program and have the option to facilitate other programs when needed. The ideal candidate will possess a solid early education background, environmental science background and demonstrable experience working at the intersection of nature education and early child development. Position is idea for a retired teacher who is looking for a part time position working with young children in the outdoors. Click HERE for more information and to apply. 

Metro to Mountain Native Plant Master Program is Seeking Volunteer Educators. Are you interested in native plants? Would you like to share your knowledge with others? The Metro to Mountain Native Plant Master® Program is seeking volunteer educators who have a passion for educating others about native plants. Both experts and those with more intermediate knowledge are encouraged to apply. There is a comprehensive training program and in depth resources so volunteers are fully equipped to begin their teaching role in 2018. For more information click HERE.