Job Announcements Late July

The Big Thompson Watershed Coalition is seeking a temporary, part-time Project Coordinator. The ideal start date is August 12th, 2019. Apply by 11:59 p.m. on July 21st. See the details and application instructions HERE.

Colorado Canyons Associations is looking to grow their team of river guides to help expand their programming on the Colorado and Gunnison Rivers. Educators are in the field from 1-5 days at a time and must be comfortable providing meaningful learning experiences for youth, as well as, high-end adult adventures. Applications are due on July 26th, 2019. This position runs April through October, with a position start date of late August 2019. Learn more HERE.

Colorado Canyons Associations is looking for a full time program coordinator. The Program Coordinator will lead Colorado Canyons Association's general external communications, formalize their growing volunteer program, grow and oversee the adult education adventure program, and increase their development and membership capacity. Applications are due on August 2, 2019. Learn more HERE.

The City of Westminster has openings for Seasonal Rangers and Trainees. This is an exciting opportunity to join an amazing staff managing one of the largest reservoirs in the greater Denver region with thousands of visitors enjoying hiking, bicycling, camping, wildlife viewing and other park-based recreational activities, and numerous opportunities for fishing and paddling. For more information, head HERE.

Leonard Rice Engineers, Inc. is currently seeking applicants with the following qualifications and experience for a Water Resources Engineer, specializing in Water Rights. The successful candidate will be responsible for completing tasks including water resources data collection, water use demand forecasting and planning, water rights analyses, and river basin modeling. For more information and how to apply click HERE.

Leonard Rice Engineers, Inc. is also seeking applicants for a Senior Project Manager. If you thrive on understanding and implementing complex water-related projects, applying watershed science, navigating environmental regulations, and developing dynamic partnerships, this is the position for you! The ideal candidate will have a Master’s degree in watershed science, engineering, natural resources, or a similar field of study. A Bachelor’s degree is required. Highly-qualified candidates will have 10-15 or more years of experience. For more information, click HERE.

The City of Boulder is hiring a Water Quality Compliance Coordinator for Stormwater. This position the administration of water quality monitoring and aspects of stormwater quality compliance related to the city's Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Permit and other city and state regulations under the Water Quality and Environmental Services (WQES) Group. Find more information and the job announcement HERE.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is hiring for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) Wildlife Technician I (2 part time positions: 1 for 4 days/week). Position is responsible for accepting hunter-killed deer and elk heads, collecting data, payment and samples for chronic wasting disease (CWD) testing. Position is also responsible for driving relay routes to transport hunter-killed deer and elk from collection sites to research sampling sites in all weather conditions. For more information and application instructions, click HERE.

Arapahoe County Open Spaces is seeking a Parks and Turf Supervisor to lead a dynamic team of staff in the operations, maintenance, and stewardship of the County’s parks, athletic fields, urban forest, and recreational facilities. Find the job announcement HERE.

City of Denver’s Parks and Recreation Department has openings for part-time Urban Trails Utility Workers who will perform maintenance operations on off-street urban trails, parkways and paths, and nearby areas including Denver’s prized riparian and natural areas.  These positions are critical to ensure the safety and beauty of Denver's off-street urban trails system which widely used by bicyclists, walkers, and joggers for recreation as well as commuting and transportation.  These are seasonal positions with starting pay at $15.38. Apply now HERE.

Tax Credit Connection, Inc, is seeking a Vice President of Conservation in the Berthoud, Colorado office. They are looking for an attorney to help them manage the landowner (seller) side of their business. Their company brokers conservation easement, environmental remediation and historic preservation tax credits that are used against Colorado income tax. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Find more information HERE.

The Southwest Conservation Corps, in collaboration with the Dolores River Restoration Partnership (DRRP), is advertising for two invasive species Strike Team Crew Members in Durango, CO.  The DRRP is in year 10 of a large scale effort to treat invasive plant species along 175 miles of the river corridor, with strike teams playing an essential role in helping sites reach restoration success. The primary tasks of this crew are to treat noxious weeds, maintain and participate in re-vegetation activities such as seeding and planting, and perform general restoration activities as needed by the partnership. For more information, click HERE.

Coalitions & Collaboratives, Inc. (COCO) is seeking a seasonal Program Assistant in Montrose, CO. Find the job description HERE.

Coalitions & Collaboratives, Inc. (COCO) is seeking a Professional Water Resources Engineer for a wide range of projects, such as wetland and stream restoration; aquatic species passage projects; forest road and trail closures, reroutes, or development; post-fire/flood emergency response; water quality BMP projects; etc. The location is Lake George, CO, though the individual may telecommute a significant portion of the time. See the full job description HERE.

Work for nature this summer. USDA has various positions available. Browse Colorado summer job openings HERE.

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.