The Field Supervisor’s primary responsibilities are training, supervising, supporting, and mentoring
seasonal field staff including Crew Leaders and AmeriCorps Members; assisting with recruitment and
selection of members and leaders; providing technical support to crews in the field; scouting projects
and building relationships with on-the-ground partners; ensuring CCNM programming, policies, and
procedures are implemented effectively in the field. The primary focus for this position is supporting
crews and projects based out of the Las Cruces office. Field work and office work are required in this
position, with the frequent and prolonged trips to the field. The ability to work a flexible schedule is
critical and expected
• Preferred minimum of 1 year supervising others in the work environment.
• Preferred minimum of 1 year in a Conservation Corps program.
• The ability to travel frequently and camp in remote environments with minimal support.
• Experience with crew leadership; trail layout, design, construction, and maintenance; range
projects including fencing and invasive species.
• Current Wilderness First Responder certification, or ability to acquire certification within first
About Conservation Corps New Mexico
Conservation Corps New Mexico (CCNM) operates conservation service programs across southern New Mexico that engage individuals and strengthen communities through service and conservation.
Since 1998, Arizona Conservation Corps has worked on projects throughout southern New Mexico. With Conservation Legacy's commitment to supporting locally-based programs and communities, southern New Mexico programming and projects will transition to locally-based Conservation Corps New Mexico operations out of Las Cruces, NM, in order to best serve local communities, young people and landscapes in this region. AZCC will continue to provide operational support into the future.