Colorado Parks and Wildlife is seeking a Schools and Outdoor Learning Environments (SOLE) Administrative Assistant, as well as an Intern. Schools and Outdoor Learning Environments (SOLE) is a program that connects 4th grade classrooms across Colorado and their families to the outdoors. This position spends approximately 90% of time in the office, focused on behind the scenes support. Offsite opportunities vary depending on employee’s interest. Information about SOLE can be found at www.cpwsole.org. Email resume and cover letter with “SOLE Administrative Assistant”, or "Sole Internship", in the subject line to email@example.com. Deadline to apply is July 20th.
The City of Fort Collins is hiring a Senior Forestry Manager. Under general direction, oversees the general health and condition of the urban forest in an effort to provide a safe environment, reduce liability, protect and preserve the urban forest canopy for the city. Leads the Forestry Division of the Parks Department by providing direction and supervision to staff in the areas of urban forestry operations. Develops the Division budget and provides fiscal management. Serves as the leader and spokesperson for urban forestry within the City of Fort Collins organization and throughout the community. Provides exceptional customer service to community residents. Performs related duties as required to meet the needs of the City and the Department/Division. Deadline to apply is July 20th (1500 MT). For more information and to apply, click HERE.
The Lefthand Watershed Oversight Group is looking for applicants for a Project Coordinator. Under the general direction of the Executive Director, serve as project coordinator on watershed science and stewardship projects. The project coordinator is responsible for carrying out tasks relating to implementing and overseeing stewardship and watershed science projects such restoration site monitoring, citizen science projects, weed control, revegetation, and other tasks as assigned by the Executive Director. The project coordinator will also carry out program and administrative tasks including planning and organizing meetings and outreach/volunteer events, grant research, preparation and compliance. For more information, including how to apply, click HERE. Deadline to apply is July 23rd.
Western Resource Advocates is seeking a Deputy Director for Water Planning, Healthy Rivers Program with deep knowledge of western water management issues to lead our advocacy efforts to implement sustainable water management policies, including water conservation/efficiency, alternative water supplies, and integrated planning processes. This position requires management of other staff, strategic planning, direct advocacy to policymakers, research, analysis, and writing, as well as working collaboratively with external stakeholders. Reporting to WRA’s Healthy Rivers Program Director, the Deputy Director will collaborate with fellow program staff, conservation community partners, water providers, local governments, and state agencies to advance the next generation of water management strategies. Applications can be submitted HERE. Deadline to apply is August 3rd.
Eagle River Watershed Council is seeking a Community Outreach VISTA to become a part of our team. The VISTA will help to expand our community outreach efforts particularly in the Latino and underserved communities, build organizational capacity, and help develop a new water quality education program county-wide. All applications must be submitted through the AmeriCorps website. To create a login visit https://my.americorps.gov/mp/recruit/registration.do. More information about the AmeriCorps VISTA application process is HERE.
Continental Divide Trail Coalition is looking for a Project Leader (to be filled immediately). This full-time, seasonal position (July - October) requires leadership experience in constructing and managing non-motorized trails through collaborative partnerships, proven success in program coordination and a background in volunteer management. Requires a minimum of two years of experience in sustainable trail construction techniques and crew leadership/volunteer management. For more information, click HERE. To apply: Please email a Cover Letter and Resume to Morgan Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org with Subject: CDT Project Leader Application.
The Ute Mountain Ute Tribe Environmental Programs Department is hiring a Water Quality Specialist to conduct field, lab. and office work to restore, maintain and protect the chemical, biological and physical integrity of the Tribes surface and groundwater resources. Contact Colin Larrick, Water Quality Program Manager, email@example.com for additional information and how to apply.
Friends of the Lower Blue River is hiring an Executive Director who will oversee the logistics, serve as point person, represent the FOLBR in the community, and manage membership functions so that the FOLBR maintains a high and positive profile in the community, the FOLBR BOD functions efficiently and effectively, and the FOLBR Mission is consistently honored and met. For more information, visit the description page HERE.
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.