Job Anouncements for Late April

Rainbow trout from Blue River, Bill Velarde with a rainbow trout caught fly fishing on the Blue River near Kremmling, CO in September 2008, Brandon Velarde, Colorado Division of Wildlife

Rainbow trout from Blue River, Bill Velarde with a rainbow trout caught fly fishing on the Blue River near Kremmling, CO in September 2008, Brandon Velarde, Colorado Division of Wildlife

The City of Steamboat Springs is looking for a Seasonal Engineering and Stormwater Inspector. This individual performs review and inspection of land disturbing activities and drainage-related facilities and provides enforcement of City regulations as they relate to stormwater management. This position assists the City's Water Resources Manager in various stormwater and water quality related projects. For More information about this job opportunity, click HERE

The Town of Eagle is hiring a seasonal Open Space Trails Technician for the upcoming 2017 Summer Season, 16 weeks starting approximately May 15 – August 31, 2017. Schedule: typically M-F, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm with occasional evening and weekend hours. The position involves building and maintaining hiking and mountain biking trails in and around Eagle. Other duties include posting trail signs and performing general maintenance on open space lands. For Additional information about this job opportunity CLICK HERE.

The Boulder County Parks and Open Space Department is seeking qualified candidates for two term Engineering positions for watershed and flood recovery projects:

  • Engineer II to provide construction management and engineering for flood recovery projects along the St. Vrain Creek. This is a full-time, fully benefited, term position within BCPOS and is currently funded through May of 2018.
  • Water Engineer III/ Senior Planner to provide technical assistance and overall engineering management for all remaining watershed and flood recovery projects being administered by BCPOS. The position will provide planning and technical consultation to internal staff and external stakeholders on grant application development; project planning; design and implementation & project review. This is a full-time, benefited, term position within the Parks and Open Space Department to support resilient flood recovery, and is currently funded through December 2017 and anticipated to be extended mid-2019. For more information about these two jobs visit HERE.

The City of Boulder, CO Parks and Recreation Department is hiring a full time Maintenance Person III - Natural Lands. This position maintains the health, safety and aesthetics of natural areas throughout the Parks and Recreation system. This person 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. For more information, Click HERE.   

The City of Aurora is seeking a Parks Maintenance Technician to perform skilled tree work primarily with rope and saddle on city-owned trees under the guidance of the Forestry Crew Leader. For more Information about this job opportunity, CLICK HERE.

The City of Aurora is seeking to fill various Seasonal Parks Worker positions for the Forestry Division to perform manual labor as a helper on a crew. The Seasonal Parks Worker assists with routine maintenance of city-owned trees and may operate automotive, grounds, and/or maintenance equipment. To apply click HERE.  

The National Park Service's Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program (RTCA) is seeking a Community Assistance in Conservation and Outdoor Recreation person who will work with local leaders to build partnerships and engage their communities in outdoor recreation and natural resource conservation projects. Application materials and guidelines are available on their website and are due June 30. They encourage potential applicants to contact their nearest RTCA staff member to discuss their interest by May 30.