Position Summary: The Assistant Program Manager (APM) position is integral to the AmeriCorps Field Program’s goal of accomplishing challenging work projects. The APM assists in providing training, education, coordination, and leadership to ensure a positive and safe experience for all AmeriCorps participants. The APM assists the North District Program Manager in day-to-day program operations, project management, and AmeriCorps member personnel management (recruitment, onboarding performance management, and off-boarding processes).
Freedom to Act: This employee has the authority to direct and administer field activities. Activities are subject to established policies and directives of State and Federal laws.
o Help develop and facilitate trainings for AmeriCorps members.
o Assist in developing new and/or improved safety trainings, conduct site safety visits.
o In collaboration with field coordinators, manage tools and equipment, shop space, office
• Crew Supervision and Oversight
o Conduct AmeriCorps
• Supervisory and leadership experience and ability to effectively interact with young adults from diverse cultural, socioeconomic, and ethnic backgrounds.
• Knowledge of human relations to assist with staff and AmeriCorps member personnel management; ability to lead, delegate, supervise, mentor, and positively influence others.
• Working knowledge/desire of natural resource project management such as trail maintenance and construction, shoreline/watershed restoration, forest/pr
About Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa
Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa (CCMI) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and AmeriCorps grantee that engages hundreds of youth and young adults each year in programs and initiatives that improve access to outdoor recreation, restore natural habitat, protect waterways, and respond to community needs and natural disasters. Our mission is to engage youth and young adults in meaningful service, leadership development, and environmental stewardship. Our vision is a world in which everyone has equitable access to nature, is equipped to succeed in career and life, and is empowered to make a difference in conserving natural resources. Learn more at conservationcorps.org.