Rocky Mountain Youth Corps is currently hiring both full-time staff and seasonal Corpsmembers. Please help us get the word out by sharing this information with your family, friends, and peers who love the outdoors!
1) Conservation Field Coordinator (Albuquerque): The Field Coordinator will provide technical & personal support to Rocky Mountain Youth Corps crews in the field. This individual will oversee & deliver technical conservation trainings for RMYC Crew Members, & oversee operation logistics, especially those tied to technical skills training, tools, gear, & vehicles. This individual will have a strong in-field presence, & will support crew members in accordance with RMYC guidelines & the philosophy of Positive Youth Development. Finally, the Field Coordinator will play an active role in the personal & professional development of RMYC Crew Members, including their transition from RMYC to their next ventures.
2) Urban Tree Crew Supervisor (Albuquerque): The Conservation Program Coordinatorprovides logistical, technical, and administrative support to multiple crews of young adults, ages 17-25, who are completing conservation projects throughout New Mexico. Key areas of support include project coordination, technical skills training, risk management, personnel management, and youth development. This is a full-time, permanent position based in Albuquerque, NM.
3) Conservation Crew Member, Chainsaw Crew (Taos): Join an AmeriCorps conservation crew working on chainsaw forest thinning projects throughout the Upper Rio Grande region of New Mexico. These are camping positions; applicants must be available for overnights up to 8 days.
4) OSAP Preventionist Assistant (Taos): Assist OSAP Preventionist in managing and monitoring day-to-day operations of the NM Office of Substance Abuse Prevention (OSAP) contract to reduce adult and youth DWI and binge drinking in Taos County.
5) American Sign Language Inclusion Crew Members (Albuquerque & Santa Fe):Join an American Sign Language Inclusion crew working on conservation projects in both Albuquerque and Santa Fe. These crews will consist of hearing, deaf, and hard-of-hearing individuals communicating primarily through American Sign Language. Serve your community as part of a team while working with other AmeriCorps members!
5) Urban Conservation Corps Members (Albuquerque):Join an American Sign conservation crew working on urban restoration and conservation. Crews will be based out of one of these three locations: Valle de Oro Urban Wildlife Refuge, Mountain View Community Center, or Los Padillas Community Center. These are full-time, day crew positions that begin on June 3rd and end on August 2nd.
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