Washington Conservation Corps (WCC) is hiring Crew Supervisors based out of Spokane and Moses Lake, Washington. These permanent positions will lead a team of AmeriCorps members working with various public land agencies.
– The Spokane position will work with a variety of partners working on forest health, restoration and recreation improvement projects. This position requires extensive travel throughout the state. This position will also spend much of their time camping in the field with their crew.
– The Moses Lake position works directly with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife on a variety of habitat restoration projects.
See posting for minimum qualifications. S-212 chainsaw and WFR certifications preferred. Position includes benefits. For more information please reach out to Joe Hall at [email protected]
An Associate's degree in Environmental Science or Studies, Forestry, or closely related field, and one (1) year of experience as a WCC crew member, or similar program (trail work, conservation corps, outdoor education, restoration, etc.)
Three (3) years of experience equivalent to conservation corps field work, young adult mentorship, or leadership.
Experience working with and leading young adults.
S-212 chainsaw certification, Current Wilderness First Responder. Trail work, restoration or manual labor experience.
About Washington Conservation Corps (WCC)
A state-wide AmeriCorps program operating since 1983. Housed under the Washington State Department of Ecology, we currently run 52 year-round field crews across the state. These crews partner with state, federal and local agencies to restore habitat, build trails, improve ecosystems and respond to natural disasters.
Our mission is to conserve and enhance the natural resources of Washington while providing meaningful service opportunities to young adults and military veterans.