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Open Positions

Community Connection Corpsmember

The Department of the Interior is partnering with YMCA and The Corps Network to bring First Lady Michelle Obama’s ‘Let’s Move! Outside’ initiative to Seattle.

The Community Connections Corpsmember will serve at the Camping and Outdoor Leadership YMCA in Seattle, WA from July 2016 to June 2017. This position will support the YMCA's Community Coordinator by coordinating with staff, community partners, and volunteers to bridge the disconnect between young people and the great outdoors. The objective is to create meaningful connections to nature through four pillars: Play, Learn, Serve, and Work.

For further details please read the position description

Crew Leader 2017

The crew leader position is a corps leadership position with EarthCorps. The crew leader works daily alongside AmeriCorps and International corps members on restoration projects throughout the Puget Sound region. Responsibilities include: daily facilitation of crew safety and well-being, productivity, morale and quality of work; project communication between project sponsors, EarthCorps project managers, the field operations director, and their crew; and corps member training and education in the field.

EarthCorps is currently recruiting for crew leaders to serve from January of 2017 until December 2017. Applications are due before August 8, 2016. To apply please enter your email address below to begin the application process. You will shortly receive an email with a link to the application form.

For further details, please read this position description for U.S. applicants or this position description for International applicants

Volunteer Specialist 2017

The Volunteer Specialist position will assist in all aspects of managing volunteer events and youth outreach events. Service will include volunteer event planning, on-site leadership of volunteers, creating and leading environmental education activities for youth and adults, and maintenance of tools and materials.

EarthCorps is currently recruiting for volunteer specialists to begin in January of 2017. Applications are due before August 8, 2016. To apply, please enter your email address below to begin the application process. You will shortly receive an email with a link to the application form.

For further details, please read this position description for U.S. applicants or this position description for International applicants

Field Specialist 2017

The field specialist is an AmeriCorps position with EarthCorps. This position plays a critical support role to our field services team comprised of project managers, a logistics manager, and a science team. The field specialist will also serve as an occasional crew leader, project assistant, and logistics assistant, as well as a mentor to EC crews and volunteer specialists. This position will work both in the office and out in the field. Candidates should have an understanding of, and experience with: invasive plant removal, native plant installation, volunteer management, trail work, using an integrated pest management plan, maintaining tools and equipment, purchasing and packing of food, and other duties as the need arises. This position is offered through the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS). As such, all applicants must meet the requirements to become an AmeriCorps member and abide by AmeriCorps policies.

EarthCorps is currently recruiting for a Field Specialist to begin January of 2017. Applications must be submitted prior to August 8, 2016. To apply, please enter your email address below to begin the application process. You will shortly receive an email with a link to the application form.

For further details please read the position description

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