Chatfield Watershed Authority has announced a Request for Proposals (RFP) to obtain competitive proposals from qualified consultants for a Manager to provide management and administrative services to the Chatfield Watershed Authority. Services to be provided include administrative, communication, and management functions to support the operation of an established and evolving watershed organization. The basin-wide group of counties, municipalities, special districts, private, and other entities, known as the “Chatfield Watershed Authority”, was formulated through intergovernmental agreement after the Chatfield Reservoir total phosphorus standard was adopted in 1984. Responses are due no later than 4:00 p.m. on December 10th. Click on Request for Proposal for the full request. For more information visit the Chatfield Watershed Authority Website.
Colorado State University is hiring an Extension Agent. This position develops, markets and delivers non-credit educational programming in response to community needs. The position will provide leadership, guidance, direction and educational program support to the 4-H youth development program in Jefferson County. This position will support the 4-H youth development and livestock program in Jefferson County. The 4-H youth development livestock agent will work with a team consisting of another 4-H youth development agent, 4-H mentoring program coordinator, 4-H camp coordinator, 4-H assistant and the Extension director. This dynamic team will work collaboratively to determine areas of expertise and local 4-H program responsibilities. This individual will have primary responsibility for the livestock, equine, small animal, and general projects including Shooting Sports within the 4-H club program. For full details, including how to apply, click HERE. Deadline to apply is December 27th, 2018.
Larimer County Department of Natural Resources is hiring a Ranger II. This position performs as a peace officer; enforces Colorado Revised Statutes and park rules and regulations; contacts violators and issues warning or citation; conducts investigations and arrests; performs a variety of professional work in providing ranger services to the public, including ranger natural resource management and interpretation, ranger and volunteer operations, enforcement of park regulations, supervision of Ranger I employees, seasonal, and assigned staff and minor maintenance tasks. For full description, including how to apply, click HERE. Job is open until filled.
Upper Deschutes Watershed Council is seeking an Executive Director provides leadership and support across the organization, setting and implementing the strategic direction to further the UDWC mission. The Executive Director has overall administrative responsibility for day-to-day operations, is a developer and promoter of the UDWC’s programs, is a fundraiser and spokesperson, and is a community leader on issues in the watershed. The Executive Director is charged with ensuring that the organization achieves its mission, maintains financial viability, and functions as an innovative and effective watershed restoration and education partner. For full job description, click HERE.