Start / End dates: 8/29/2022 – 11/18/2022
Status: Seasonal, Full-time, Camping Program for the Fall
Location: Durango, CO
Stipend: $400/week
Ages: 18 – 30
Benefits: $1,678.57, 450-hour AmeriCorps Education Award, USFS Recognized Chainsaw Training, food provided while in the field, uniform shirts, personal protective equipment. Wilderness First Aid & CPR/AED certification.

About the Position
Our affinity crews create an inclusive space for groups that have been under-represented to gain hands-on experience, technical skills training, professional, and personal development. These crews foster a safer, more comfortable learning environment where participants are able to maximize their opportunities to grow and develop. The Leaders of Cultural Diversity crew seeks to create a safe, non-judgmental, and inclusive space for members of the BIPOC community. As such, the Leaders of Cultural Diversity crew provides an open and supportive space where BIPOC members serve with, learn from, and grow alongside one another as members gain trainings and certifications in chainsaw, wilderness first aid, and trail construction. The crew will also emphasize leadership and professional development (i.e. managing projects and communicating with project partners), as well as interpersonal development (i.e. restorative justice and trauma informed care).

Projects include hazardous fuels reduction, corridor clearing, trail maintenance and construction, habitat restoration and fencing, re-vegetation and local environmental service projects. Crews may also complete technical and/or specialized projects depending on project partner needs, including disaster relief if the opportunity arises.

Tagged as: Conservation, Crew, Development, Full Time, Trail Supervisor, Crew, and Leaders

About Southwest Conservation Corps

Southwest Conservation Corps (SCC) is a program of the non-profit service organization, Conservation Legacy, that is built on the legacy of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) that operated from 1933 – 1942. SCC provides youth and young adults opportunities to complete conservation projects on public lands. While serving with SCC, members receive training on job skills, conflict resolution, leadership, teamwork, and environmental stewardship. Programs are developed using a step ladder approach to provide a progression of skill development based on a member’s needs.

Application Instructions

Please visit https://jobs.silkroad.com/ConservationLegacy/Careers/jobs/3467 to view the full description. Select the “APPLY” button at the top or bottom of the description to enter the application portal. Contact Lisa Slupianek, Adult Programs Manager in Durango at [email protected] with any questions.

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