Arapahoe County Government is currently looking to fill the position of Open Spaces Grants and Acquisitions Program Manager. Manages the Arapahoe County Open Spaces Grants and Acquisitions Program which includes supervision and direction of staff, acquiring land and conservation easements, and variety of complex professional duties related to outgoing grants and shareback to intergovernmental partners for Countywide open space, parks, and trails projects. Click HERE for more information. Application closes on October 18th, 2019.
Larimer County Natural Resources is pleased to announce a job opening for a Community Relations and Public Information Supervisor. Manages and provides the strategic direction for the Department marketing, public engagement, outreach and community relations programs as well as management of the volunteer and education programs. Performs professional and technical public outreach services related to all aspects of the Department. Serves as the media contact for the department and represents the department as spokesperson when appropriate. The closing date is October 21st, 2019. Click HERE for more information.
The Jefferson County Open Space (JCOS) Natural Resources team is pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for a full-time Natural Resources Specialist to support our innovative invasive species management program. The ideal candidate will have prior invasive species management experience, a Qualified Supervisor pesticide applicator’s license, strong plant identification skills, a willingness to work as part of a team and to engage the public, and interest in supporting other types of vegetation management projects (e.g., forest management, habitat restoration, vegetation inventory/monitoring) as needed. Click HERE for the full announcement. The position closes on October 27th.
Colorado State University Extension Director/Agent job opening in Gilpin County, Colorado. The individual in this position represents both Gilpin County and Colorado State University throughout the community, builds relationships and support for Extension programming, and develops and delivers high quality programming that aligns with county and stakeholder interests. A completed master’s degree is required for this position. One degree must have been conferred in natural resources, horticulture, forestry, environmental sciences, agriculture, or a closely related field. Click HERE for more information. Apply before October 29th, 2019.
Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado (VOC) is excited to post a new career opportunity for a Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator! This position is responsible for engaging with the public to promote VOC's outdoor stewardship opportunities. This includes managing volunteer project rosters, assisting volunteers with questions via phone and email, and conducting data entry and ensuring data integrity. This is a position with the opportunity to learn about nonprofit volunteer engagement and management in a well-established charitable organization. Click HERE for more information. All applications are due by midnight on November 10th.
The Rocky Mountain Field Institute (RMFI) seeks to hire a full-time, salaried Program Manager to help coordinate RMFI’s trail and restoration projects and programs in Southern Colorado and the Pikes Peak Region. This position is one of two PM positions at RMFI; this position is responsible for overseeing a robust project docket while also managing and supervising a team of seasonal field staff (the other PM oversees a suite of projects while also managing the operations and logistics of the field-based programs and projects). For more information and how to apply click HERE.
The Rocky Mountain Conservancy is excited to share the following opportunity-Cartographer Technician. The Cartographer Technician will be a full-time, temporary employee. The selected candidate will serve for 6-months. Housing options are available. The position will be paid $25/hour. To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to Amelie.Harris@RMConservancy.org. For more details click HERE.
Larimer County is pleased to announce a full time ranger job opening. This person plays a key role in providing customer service and natural resource management services to the citizens of Larimer County. This position is open until filled. Click HERE for more information.
Aurora Water is looking to hire a GIS Intern. Aurora Water is responsible for the operation and maintenance of drinking water, sewer and storm drainage systems, treatment and non-potable reclaimed wastewater for irrigation, and water conservation, acquisition and development. Primary responsibilities will include: Compile information for data requests, reports, summaries, etc, assist with updating utility extension agreement records and documentation, execute Map Requests, assist with field data collection, create new GIS data from plans, field information, research, or other various sources. No Closing Date. For more information contact Doug Rulison at firstname.lastname@example.org and visit HERE.
ICON Engineering is one of Denver’s most reputable planning, design, and project management civil engineering firms. They are seeking an entry level water resource engineer. Among a few other tasks, this job will assist in the planning, design, and production of engineering documents for a variety of projects to include stormwater management, stream restoration, flood mitigation, drainage, parks and trails. For a detailed description and how to apply click HERE.
Farnsworth Group, Inc. is seeking a Professional Land Surveyor in Colorado Springs, CO. Qualified candidates will conduct and perform Boundary and Topographical Surveys, Construction Layouts, Subdivision Plats, Right of Way Plans and ALTA/ACSM Land Title Surveys. This position will include a combination of office and field work if needed and may require some travel. Please apply HERE.
Eagle River Watershed Council seeks a Development & Communications Coordinator in Gypsum, CO, to work collaboratively with staff and board to raise funds and community awareness for our mission-driven programs. This is a newly created position for our growing nonprofit. The ideal candidate will be able to persuasively communicate ERWC’s impact to a wide variety of audiences using various resources, including our website, social media, printed materials, grants, donor letters, ads, and more. The coordinator will guide, develop and implement a communications and fundraising strategy. The coordinator will report directly to the Executive Director and will work closely with the rest of the team. For more information click HERE.
Highlands Ranch Metro District is currently accepting applications for a Lead Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator. The employee performs a variety of skilled and semi-skilled tasks, which result in the efficient and effective operation of water and wastewater treatment facilities and systems. Supervises the operations staff to ensure compliance with State and Federal Regulations. Interfaces with other departments and sections to assure coordination of activities. Find out more details HERE.
Highlands Ranch Metro District is currently accepting applications for a Forestry Technician I position. Principal duties include; pruning large and small trees using rope and saddle/aerial lift truck; tree planting; integrated pest management; tree removal; hazard tree evaluations; maintaining tree inventories; supervision of temporary staff; snow removal; flexibility to assist other Park and Open Space crews as needed. Applicants must have the ability to work in a strong team environment. For more information and how to apply click HERE.
Highlands Ranch Metro District is currently accepting applications for an Irrigation Park Technician I, who will perform a variety of unskilled and semi-skilled tasks in the maintenance and operations of buildings, grounds, parks, open space, and forestry. Technician I is expected to have basic working knowledge, or exhibit appropriate development, of essential duties and responsibilities within six months of job attainment. Potential exists to work 4 day, 10 hour shifts. Find out more information HERE.
Leonard Rice Engineers, Inc. is currently seeking applicants for a Senior-Level Water Resources Engineer, specializing in Water Rights. The successful candidate will be responsible for completing tasks including water resources data collection, water use demand forecasting and planning, water rights analysis, and river basin modeling. For more information and how to apply click HERE.
Leonard Rice Engineers, Inc. is also seeking applicants for a Water Resources Permitting Senior Project Manager. If you thrive on understanding and implementing complex water-related projects, applying watershed science, navigating environmental regulations, and developing dynamic partnerships, this is the position for you! The ideal candidate will have a Master’s degree in watershed science, engineering, natural resources, or a similar field of study. A Bachelor’s degree is required. Highly-qualified candidates will have 10-15 or more years of experience. For more information, click HERE.
Coalition for the Upper South Platte (CUSP) is seeking an Executive Director. CUSP is a non-profit organization dedicated to the health of the Upper South Platte Watershed. The selected candidate will work with our current Executive Director for several years, to ultimately transition into Executive Director position. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled. Dedicated and passionate candidates are encouraged to apply HERE.