Job Announcements Late December

Snowy River. A snowy river near Bailey, Colo. Division of Wildlife. David Hannigan. Photo taken: 3/23/2009.

Snowy River. A snowy river near Bailey, Colo. Division of Wildlife. David Hannigan. Photo taken: 3/23/2009.

The City of Boulder is hiring a Source Water Administrator to perform daily accounting and associated coordination of the city's water rights portfolio, take the lead in implementing the day-to-day activities of the city utilities instream flow program, and provide support for various water resources tasks. Applications accepted until December 17th, 2018. Find more information HERE.

Larimer County Department of Natural Resources is hiring an Education Program Technician to assist with educational programming, outreach, and volunteer coordination. More duties include: leading hikes and field trips for schools, community groups, and the general public including scheduling, marketing and writing press releases as needed; organizing, planning and implementing volunteer projects with field staff on parks and open spaces; coordinating and organizing a summer campground program series, including working with presenters, marketing and evaluation; collaborating with the outreach, education and volunteer team and other staff, outside agencies, and schools as appropriate; and assisting with volunteer management of the volunteer naturalist program and their training and recognition events. Deadline December 20, 2017. Click HERE for more.

Colorado Department of Natural Resources has a position open for a Decision Support Systems Specialist - Colorado Water Conservation Board. This position is in the Interstate, Federal & Water Information Section of the CWCB which exists to protect Colorado's decree and compact entitlements and to conduct all studies, analyses, and investigations pertaining to Interstate Compacts and negotiations on the Colorado and Arkansas River, the Colorado River Basin Salinity Control Program, the Endangered Fish Recovery Programs in the Upper Colorado River and San Juan River Basins, and other miscellaneous water resources. This includes researching and identifying all current uses of water, future projected uses of water, development and evaluation of complex water management models, and understanding the risks associated with all of these elements. Applications accepted until Janurary 2nd, 2018 at 5pmClick HERE for more details and to apply. 

January 8th, 2018: The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics seeks two dynamic, tech-savvy, extroverted teams of educators (only teams of two are accepted as applicants) for regional Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainer positions. Contract period runs April 2018 through March 2019. As Traveling Trainers, teams live on the road, camp more than 250 nights a year, and deliver Leave No Trace programs to children and adults of all experience levels and ages. Teams create videos, social media content, weekly blogs, and detailed program reporting. The majority of this work is with first-time visitors in front country settings. Teams will be hired for one of two regions, but will work and travel outside of that region as needed by the Center. Teams are outfitted with a Subaru vehicle, basic equipment and supplies necessary for teaching and camping, and technology for communication needs. Application deadline January 8th, 2018.  Find more information HERE.

The Boulder County Youth Corps has an opening for a Field Coordinator to assist with planning, oversight and evaluation of the County’s popular teen employment program for the 2018 season.  The Field Coordinator primarily works with Project Sponsors to provide well-planned work projects that meet program expectations. This is a full-time 6-month term position with full benefits starting February 26 and working through August 24.  Applications will be taken through January 16.  Click HERE for more information and to apply.

The Middle Colorado Watershed Council is hiring a part-time, contract Community Outreach Coordinator.  The non-profit, based out of Rifle, CO, consists of a broad partnership of interested individuals and entities living and working in the watershed that provide leadership in watershed planning, management, and stewardship.  The Community Outreach and Education Coordinator position is an exciting opportunity for a motivated individual to help implement elements of the 2016 Watershed Plan.  Applications will be accepted until position is filled. More information on this position and how to apply can be found HERE.

The City of Longmont is seeking a Temporary Sustainability Coordinator. Under the direction of the Environmental Services Manager, plan, organize and coordinate the City’s implementation of sustainability concepts and methods. Areas of focus include environmental quality, energy and water conservation, renewable energy, green building, low impact development, recycling and reuse, pollution prevention, economic vitality and community well-being.  The position requires coordination with and providing direction to administrative, professional, and technical positions in various City departments. This position will be open until filledHERE is more information.

Eagle Valley Land Trust (EVLT) is hiring a Communications and Fundraising Coordinator. The mission of the EVLT is to protect forever the lands we love, to preserve our heritage, scenic beauty, recreational opportunities, and wildlife habitats, and to build a permanent legacy for future generations. General Job Description: Reporting to the Executive Director, the Coordinator drafts and conveys all communications and coordinates several fundraising activities of the organization. The Coordinator will take on increased public relations responsibility over time. Since EVLT is a small organization, all employees are expected to work together as a team and shall be responsible for administrative tasks necessary for the day-to-day business of the land trust. The position will be open until filled. Click HERE to learn more.