Southern Rockies Seed Network is hiring a Program Director in Fort Collins, CO. This position will oversee the plant materials collection program, manage all fundraising activities, assist with the ecological restoration training program, develop and expand their growers’ network, manage diverse mapping and data management needs, enhance and manage their marketing and outreach program, and manage the plant materials program coordinator in order to address goals and strategies outlined in the SRSN Operations Plan. Submit Application Materials by Feb 28, 2019 (or until filled). Request the full job description or send a cover letter, resume, and three references via email to: John Giordanengo, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ark Ecological Services is recruiting for ecological technician positions and seasonals that will work in various open space lands in Colorado Front Range ecosystems for a varied array of clients. Duties include native land management focused on ecological restoration including integrated weed management, native plant revegetation, and erosion control. Education in the natural sciences, natural resource management, or related fields preferred. The Ecological Technician Positions work mostly from March through November and seasonal opportunities are available from May to August. The application deadline is February 28, 2019. Request more information from or send a brief letter of interest and a resume to Raymond H. Sperger, Principal Ecologist and Business Manager: email@example.com.
Does a job educating others in the outdoors sound exciting to you? Consider applying to become Boulder County Parks and Open Space's Education and Outreach Seasonal! Duties will include such activities as: leading outdoor volunteer work projects and educational hikes; staffing special events, local festivals, and trailhead displays; and performing park patrol. Deadline to apply is February 22nd, 2019. Apply HERE.
Denver’s Parks and Recreation Department has an opportunity with the Denver Park Ranger Program for a Fishing Program Coordinator to organize and implement programming aimed at Denver’s youth that will focus on teaching fishing techniques and land stewardship. The job posting will close when enough qualified applicants have applied so apply now! Submit an application HERE.
Education Program Manager & Event Coordinator of the Sand Creek Regional Greenway Partnership (SCRGP) This position shall be responsible for Next Generation Partner programming and office management, volunteer and event coordination, and communications/outreach associated with the operation of a not-for-profit corporation 501 (c)(3). Deadline for application: February 25th, 2019. Request full job description from and send resumes to Beth Nobles at firstname.lastname@example.org
The City of Longmont is excited to hire a new FTE position for a Natural Resources Technician. Apply by March 1st, 2019. Interested applicants must apply through the City’s website HERE.
The City of Louisville, CO, is announced a Senior Natural Resource Specialist position, full time with benefits. The application deadline is March 3rd, 2019. Find details HERE.
South Platte Park is launching a new youth volunteer experience, NatureTeens. NatureTeen Tryouts will be held at South Platte Park on Sunday, March 3rd, 2019 from 1-3pm. They will have activities and shift information for all NatureTeen applicants. This program is designed to foster leadership and job skills for youth ages 14-18. Details are HERE.
The Colorado Wastewater Utility Council (CWWUC) has announced a Request for Proposal for Management and Administrative Services. The CWWUC is a longstanding nonprofit organization whose membership includes forty four different wastewater utilities from around the state. The purpose of the Request for Proposal (RFP) is to obtain proposals from qualified consultants for a Coordinator to provide management and administrative services to the Colorado Wastewater Utility Council. Click on the Request for Proposal for information regarding preparation and submittal of proposals, Deadline for proposal submittal is March 15, 2019.
The City of Aurora’s Open Space and Natural Resource division is hiring two Seasonal Naturalist positions. Join their team of enthusiastic, adventurous and educated natural resource professionals for a fun spring, summer, and fall season in their over 8,000 acres of open space and in their three award-winning nature centers. For more information and to apply, click HERE.
The city of Aurora’s Open Space and Natural Resource division is hiring one Go Wild Summer Program Assistant. Go WILD Summer Program Assistant works with the Go WILD Program Coordinator to provide logistic and administrative requirements in order to carry out the programs for this grant funded effort. Programs will be offered for groups of up to 50 students and their guardians, in open space and nature based outdoor recreation / education guided programs. For more information and to apply, click HERE.
A new season of Land Conservation is only a few months away! Mile High Youth Corps is now hiring Crew Leaders for their Denver and Colorado Springs programs. Both sites are hiring an early start Crew Leader to begin March 29th as well as several others to begin on May 6th. Position descriptions can be found HERE. Please send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com if you are interested in applying.
The Boulder County Youth Corps is now hiring!
Corpsmembers must be Boulder County residents between the ages of 14-17 as of the first day of work (June 10) and they will start at $11.10/hour. Application deadline is April 3 at 4:30 p.m.
Assistant Team Leaders must be 18 or older and will start at $15.75/hour. Positions are open until filled.
Team Leaders must be 21 or older and will start at $17.75/hour. Positions are open until filled.
Teams will work on a variety of community services projects including trail construction and maintenance, historic preservation, forest thinning, construction and repair of fencing, landscaping and removal of noxious weeds. For more information and to apply, click HERE.
The City of Louisville is excited to announce two Open Space/Natural Resource Seasonal positions! Pay Range: $13-$15 hourly, 40 hours per week starting as early as April 15th, 2019 and ending no later than October 11th, 2019. Applications accepted continuously. Find the full description HERE.
South Platte Park (Littleton) is hiring a Park Interpreter for the summer season. This position is responsible for planning, researching, preparing, and conducting interpretive programs and summer camps for mainly groups of children, with some family programs and events. Also assists with Nature Center exhibits, animal care, volunteers, marketing and communication. This is a 40-hour position May 29-August 15 with part time hours in May and September. Position details and application HERE.
South Platte Park is seeking an environmental education/interpretation intern (student). Details are HERE.
Biological Science Technician Position - Summer 2019 through The Rangeland Resources and Systems Research Unit with USDA-ARS. It is based in Fort Collins, CO and involves day trips to the Central Plains Experimental Range in eastern Colorado and overnight trips to the Thunder Basin National Grassland in northeastern Wyoming to collect experimental data. The technician will be working to understand how rangeland management and climate variability/extremes interact to influence water and plant dynamics in semi-arid rangelands. Dates: Mid-May to mid-August flexibly. Request the full job description or submit a cover letter, resume, unofficial transcripts, and 3 references as soon as possible to David Hoover: David.Hoover@usda.gov and Lauren Poresnsky: Lauren.Porensky@usda.gov. Please include in resume: Major/Minor, Relevant Experience, Relevant Coursework, Technical Skills. Submissions will be reviewed as received until positions are filled.