Purgatoire Watershed Partnership (PWP) is currently seeking qualified applicants for a Watershed Coordinator Position in Trinidad, Colorado. For a full description of the position and how to apply, please visit www.purgatoirepartners.org/jobs. Position is open until filled; they will begin reviewing applications July 2nd, 2018.
The City of Boulder is seeking a Natural Lands Technician. Under limited supervision, maintains the health, safety and aesthetics of natural areas throughout the Parks and Recreation system. Performs natural resource related maintenance and operations on City of Boulder Parks and Recreation natural lands including staff collaboration, project completion and program assistance. Performs a variety of skilled and semi-skilled tasks in the areas of natural lands maintenance, Integrated Pest Management (IPM), wildlife management and equipment operation, and performs related duties as required. To see the entire job description, click HERE and look for the Maintenance Person III Natural Lands job title.
Larimer County is looking for a Restoration and Stewardship Specialist who performs professional and technical natural resource planning, management, restoration and monitoring activities on conserved lands. Oversees, as project manager, the study of natural resource conditions, design of restoration plans and implementation of complex, long-term restoration projects, and conservation easement monitoring. Receives general supervision from the Resource Specialist II. Deadline to apply is June 25th, 2018. For more information and to apply, click HERE.
Arkansas River Basin is seeking a Program Manager to develop, manage, and execute a conference logistical plan and timeline; Manage operational and administrative functions to ensure programs are delivered efficiently. Meet ARBWF Board of Directors expectations and requirements. For more information on the job and how to apply, email email@example.com.
Wilderness Workshop is seeking a Conservation Director who leads and implements WW conservation program in partnership with the Executive Director and other program staff. The CD is responsible for implementing WW’s forest, restoration, aquatic, responsible recreation, and wilderness programs. This program list may evolve over time or change depending on the skillset of the CD and the fluid nature of threats to our public lands. The CD collaborates with other staff to choose the specific conservation goals and projects undertaken by WW. The CD is responsible for ensuring policy consistency in WW’s Community Programs. For full job description, visit their website HERE. Application deadline is July 15th, 2018.
Colorado Rural Water Association is seeking an Energy Efficiency Circuit Rider. The primary goal of the Energy Efficiency Circuit Rider is to assist rural and small community water and wastewater utility systems in evaluating their energy needs, consumption and costs. Recommending measures to reduce energy consumption and identifying potential funding sources for improvements. More details including how to apply will be found Here, under the title for the job posting.
Colorado Rural Water Association is seeking a Source Water Protection Specialist. The primary goal of this position is to assist rural and small communities served by public water systems to reduce or eliminate the potential risks to drinking water supplies through the development of source water protection plans and providing assistance to entities for the implementation of contamination prevention measures. More details including how to apply will be found Here, under the title for the job posting.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is seeking a Watercraft Inspector/Decontaminator to perform boat inspector and decontaminator responsibilities according to state regulations and standard protocols. Work will either be completed independently or in pairs to inspect boats launching and leaving the reservoir, with respect to invasive species such as zebra/quagga mussels. Perform decontamination unit maintenance and repair. Provide public outreach on the aquatic invasive species topic by providing printed material to those visiting the reservoir. The position will report directly to the boat ramp. Boat inspection training will be provided. Early morning, evening & weekend work required. For full job posting, click HERE.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is seeking an Aquatic Nuisance Species Monitoring Technician - Temporary Aide who will conduct Aquatic Nuisance Species (ANS) survey, using standardized scientific protocols, in various waters throughout Colorado. Specifically, this position will conduct standardized monitoring for zebra mussels, quagga mussels, New Zealand Mudsnails and Eurasian watermilfoil including infestation mapping and population monitoring. Crews will also assist with other ANS and native baseline mapping for mollusks, crayfish, aquatic plants and invertebrates. Water quality monitoring will also be conducted. Detailed record keeping and the ability to follow strict field protocols is required. For more details and full posting, click HERE.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is seeking an Invasive Species Technician who will support the State Invasive Species Program through watercraft inspection & decontamination, as well as warehouse inventory management. Candidates should have a strong mechanical background and experience with maintaining inventories and managing a warehouse. Work will be completed independently to inspect and decontaminate boats voluntarily coming to the office site, with respect to invasive species such as zebra/quagga mussels. Position will be responsible for regular maintenance and proper use of the decontamination unit. Mechanical background is preferred. Position will provide public outreach on the aquatic invasive species topic by providing printed material to those visiting the office. For full job posting, click HERE.