Pitkin County Open Space and Trails is hiring a Natural Resource Planner/Ecologist. Under general supervision, supports the Planning and Outreach Manager with preparing, updating, and designing complex environmental and restoration projects with a special focus on managing the biodiversity aspect of planning implementation and outreach. Also responsible for managing the on-call ecological services consultants. Duties may vary according to job assignment. For full job description, click HERE. Application deadline is January 10th, 2019.
The Southern Rockies Seed Network seeks a full-time Director to guide the future of this regional program and to manage current projects. Established in 2014, the Southern Rockies Seed Network (SRSN) provides an exciting opportunity for professional growth and to work among a diverse range of federal, state, and local partners and industry representatives to create a sustainable solution to native plant materials development for the restoration industry in the Southern Rockies Ecoregion. This position will oversee the plant materials collection program, manage all fundraising activities, assist with our ecological restoration training program, develop and expand our growers’ network, manage diverse mapping and data management needs, enhance and manage our marketing and outreach program, and manage the plant materials program coordinator in order to address goals and strategies outlined in the SRSN Operations Plan. Any further questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications are due January 15th, 2019.
Upper Deschutes Watershed Council is seeking an Executive Director to provide 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.
Round River Resource Management, Rush, Colorado - Round River Resource Management LLC is a land resource and livestock management company dedicated to restoring and improving agricultural operations through the principles of Holistic Management in a sustainable manner consistent with the goals of the resource owner. On the Brett Gray Ranch, a 50,000-acre ranch in Rush, Colorado, Round River uses cattle to manage the health of the land through proper grazing management and a holistic and adaptive decision making process that promotes economic and ecological sustainability. This intensive apprenticeship program teaches land and livestock management skills associated with sustainable ranching. Apply at quiviracoalition.org/roundriver.