Environment Colorado is hiring a State Director responsible for running our state-based work. Through Environment Colorado, thousands of citizen members are teaming up with a professional staff to protect the places we love and the environmental values we share. We are part of a national federation of environmental groups with offices in 29 states and Washington, D.C. Click here for the full job description, and click here to apply. This position is open until filled.
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The Town of Windsor is looking for someone who under general supervision, performs a variety of skilled and semi-skilled tasks in all phases of parks, open space, trails and sports field maintenance. Duties include, but are not limited to: cleaning shelters, restrooms and hardscapes and hand picking trash in all areas with focus on highly visible areas like public entrances to parks and facilities, parking lots, landscape areas adjacent to buildings. Provide assistance and support to other parks technicians, as needed. Click here for the full job description and instructions to apply. Applications are due March 2.
The Town of Windsor is looking for someone who under general supervision of the Town Forester, performs routine maintenance and care of flowers and shrub beds in public areas. Other responsibilities include but not limited to design and construction of new flower beds, maintain various job related equipment and tools, monitor, repair and maintain automated irrigation systems as needed. Also assists with special projects, works with and leads volunteers, perform other related duties as required. Click here for the full job description and to apply. Applications are due March 2.
Cal-Wood is seeking energetic, flexible, hard-working, and motivated applicants for an exciting and rewarding field instructor position. Instructors are responsible for providing a fun and educational experience for a learning group made up of 10-15 students during each school’s visit to Cal-Wood. Typical programs are three-day / two-night programs with 4th – 6th graders. Our field instructors enjoy working in our 1,200-acre outdoor classroom with a team of other motivated individuals passionate about the outdoors, natural science, and education. We provide access to dynamic, hands-on science education in the field to students from all different backgrounds. Click here for more information and details about how to apply. Positions are open until filled.
Conservation Colorado is seeking two Energy Advocates, both based in Denver, who are responsible for developing and advocating the implementation of common‐sense climate change, transportation, and energy policy solutions. Key components of this work include developing and executing comprehensive campaign plans, analyzing policy proposals, and mobilizing and coordinating with diverse stakeholders. The Energy Advocate works closely with the rest of the advocacy team to create strategic plans for statewide energy campaigns, develop our messaging around these issues with the communications team, assist with grant fundraising for this program, and ensures we are engaging our members around our policy solutions so we can win at the Capital. Click here for the full job description. Applications are due March 3.
Right now, Work for Progress looking for a Recruitment director to help leverage our strong field presence, team of 30+ staff and our track record of results to help identify and hire our next leaders. The Recruitment Director is responsible for recruiting talented entry-level staff to run campaigns on some of our country's biggest issues. Click here for the job description and instructions to apply. Applications are due February 17.
Larimer County Department of Natural Resources is seeking skilled and talented individuals to join our team. Specifically this position will:
- Identify invasive exotic and native plant species
- Keep records
- Operate and repair spray equipment
- Mix, load, and apply herbicides in full accordance with label
- Map noxious weed infestations using GPS
- Interact with park visitors, private property owners, and volunteers
The 10-month standard Human Dimensions Crew Leader position with the City of Boulder OSMP supports the Human Dimensions programs and projects as needed. **Please note this is a fixed-term position with an end date of December 2017, with an opportunity for renewal** It requires a diverse range of skills including field crew scheduling and oversight, monitoring and data management, collaborative leadership with workgroup staff, project sponsors, seasonal staff and volunteers, and ability to positively interact with the public. Click here for the job description and search for Human Dimensions (Crew Leader). Applications are due February 26.
Mountain Roots Food Project is hiring a 0.5 FTE Farm to School Coordinator, responsible for:
- Meeting strategic program goals, maintaining program budget, evaluating program impact / success.
- Coordinating all education programming for the organization
- Developing and teaching curriculum in the areas of science, nutrition, food systems, sustainable agriculture, small-scale food production, and food preparation in an interactive, outdoor setting
- Managing all education staff, interns, and volunteers
Click here for the full job description. Applications are due February 24.
Are you a strategic thinker with experience collaborating with others to develop and set priorities, refine administrative processes, and manage complex organizational budgets? Do you thrive on budgeting and data analysis, and possess a careful eye for detail? Would you like a career providing the best in public service? If so, apply for the Budget and Administration Division Manager position with Boulder County Parks and Open Space! Click here for the full job description and to apply. Applications are due February 28.
This is a full-time, standard position with the City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department. The position will be located at OSMP’s Annex building, 7315 Red Deer Dr., Boulder. The position's job objective is to direct, lead, supervise and manage the Visitor Access work group which is responsible for trail maintenance, trailhead maintenance and operation and department’s signs. Click here for more information (click on Visitor Infrastructure Supervisor) and instructions to apply. Applications are due February 19.
The Conservation Lands Foundation (CLF) is a national non-profit organization headquartered in Durango, Colorado with offices in San Francisco, Albuquerque, Bozeman, Las Cruces, Joshua Tree, and Washington, DC. CLF's mission is to protect, restore and expand the National Conservation Lands through education, advocacy and partnerships.
The Senior Director for Development is part of CLF’s senior leadership team and works collaboratively with the Board of Directors, Executive Director and colleagues to develop and implement fundraising strategies to achieve annual income and programmatic goals. The Senior Director for Development supervises and mentors the Director of Foundation and Corporate Giving, Director of Major Gifts (new position) and Associate Director for Development. Click here to read the full job description and instructions to apply. This position is open until filled.
This person plays a key role in providing customer service and natural resource management services to the citizens of Larimer County. This position performs as a peace officer; enforces Colorado Revised Statutes and park rules and regulations; contacts violators and issues warning or citation; conducts investigations and arrests; performs a variety of professional work in providing ranger services to the public, including ranger natural resource management and interpretation, ranger and volunteer operations, enforcement of park regulations, supervision of Ranger I employees, seasonal, and assigned staff and minor maintenance tasks.
Larimer County Natural Resources manages Larimer County's great outdoor places, including open spaces and magnificent water-based recreation areas, and fosters responsible land stewardship through weed management and healthy forest practices. This position will be based at Carter Lake Reservoir. Click here for the full job description. This position is open until filled.
Mountain Area Land Trust is seeking a Seasonal Intern! This is a truly hands-on opportunity to learn about land and water conservation! Lead summer hikes, assist with our summer fundraiser and work on the Great Outdoors Colorado funded North Floyd Hill pilot program. Click here for more details and instructions to apply. Applications are due March 15.
The City of Louisville is currently accepting applications for a Ranger Naturalist. This is a full-time, permanent position with benefits. Hiring Range: $17.89-$20.58 per hour. Click here for the job description and instructions to apply. Applications are due February 19.
The City of Fort Collins Natural Areas Department is hiring a seasonal, 9 month, 40 hour per week position performing general resource management work, such as vegetation management, restoration activities, assist in monitoring projects, etc. Pay range is $11.00 – $13.50. Click here for more information. Applications are due February 24.
The City of Loveland Parks and Recreation Department is now hiring Seasonal Open Lands and Trail Technician positions (10-month). Positions perform maintenance and stewardship of City’s natural areas and trails including management of native vegetation; removing trash and debris from open land sites; cleaning and maintaining natural area sites and facilities; construction and maintenance of soft- and hard-surface trails; control of noxious weeds through mowing, herbicide spraying, and other techniques; assisting with wildlife habitat improvement and restoration projects; operating tools, light equipment, and City vehicles; and providing stewardship and education to the public through field contacts. Click here for a full job description and to apply. Applications are due February 17.
This is a full-time, standard position with the City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department. The position will be located at OSMP’s Annex building, 7315 Red Deer Dr., Boulder. Job Objective: To lead, supervise and manage the trails work group’s stewardship and volunteer project program emphasizing trail maintenance. For more information and to apply, please go to: https://bouldercolorado.gov/human-resources/city-jobs, and click on Trail Stewardship Supervisor. Applications are due February 19.
The Planning and Projects Manager (PPM) oversees and supports the establishment of, and adherence to, standards, procedures and performance metrics specific to their team. Under limited supervision, the Planning and Projects Manager performs administrative and supervisory work and is responsible for planning including future land acquisitions, GIS and mapping, park and trail planning, design, and construction management. This position is responsible for special projects and budgetary expenditures. This position attends and represents JCOS at a variety of internal and external meetings. The Planning and Projects Manager is a member of the JCOS management team that provides day-to-day leadership of the organization. Reports to the Director of Open Space and Parks. Click here for more information or to apply. Applications are due February 16.
South Suburban Parks and Recreation has two openings posted for seasonal bicycle patrol rangers along the South Platte River in Littleton – bicycle patrol mingled with natural resource management projects! Click here for the full job description and instructions to apply. Applications are due February 24.