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Forester - Open Pool
Colorado State Forest Service (CSFS hires Foresters out of this Open Pool. Add an application at any time to be considered for future positions.)
Under the supervision of a Supervisory Forester, the Forester position will be the lead and serve as the representative for one or more of the following program areas:
Forest management Forest agriculture Forest stewardship planning Urban and community forestry Wildfire mitigation & fuels treatment State trust land forest management Insect and disease Seasonal crew hiring and oversight Firewise Special projects as assigned Community Wildfire Protection Plans Grant program management Outreach & education programs State parks forest management Pile burning on state lands Community/HOA assistance Federal, state, and local government forest management projects
Wood Biomass Research Associate - Research Assistant II
Colorado State Forest Service The successful applicant will assist with conducting a statewide wood biomass assessment that will include quantifying supply, conducting a mill/facility capacity survey, and evaluating biomass markets. The position will also support a $2.5 million biomass grant program, providing help with identifying potential projects and administering selected projects. The position will reside in the Science and Data Division of the Colorado State Forest Service (CSFS). It is a 2-year appointment, with potential for extension dependent upon funding and work availability. The position will be based out of the CSFS State Office in Fort Collins, Colorado, but qualified candidates that reside in Colorado and can work remotely will be considered. Some overnight travel will be required. Duties are approximately 75%-85% research and 15-25% project administration, but could include supporting other programs and staff within the CSFS as needed.
Supervisory Forester of Science and Data
Colorado State Forest Service Under the supervision of the Area Manager, the Supervisory Foresters are responsible for general administrative duties and the direct oversight, management,
Science and Data Communications and Communities Forest Planning and Implementation Each Supervisory Forester position will have primary responsibilities in one specific functional area but will have additional duties in other functional areas as assigned by the Area Manager. This position has supervisory responsibilities. The Supervisory Forester is to perform project budget, program oversight, personnel, grant, equipment and facility management. The Supervisory Forester is expected to coordinate program delivery with program staff and will provide a primary contact point for local officials and key CSFS partnerships within the area as appropriate and directed by the Area Manager.
As a member of the Area Operations Team, the Supervisory Forester coordinates work effort to ensure efficient, effective, and cohesive program delivery in priority areas. The team works together to allocate and manage resources to ensure agency goals and objectives are achieved on time and within budget, address area operational issues, and ensure policies and practices are implemented consistently. The Area Operations Team works with the CSFS Leadership and Management teams to carry out agency priorities. The Supervisory Forester serves as the area liaison to related functional division(s) and program areas.
The Supervisory Foresters will participate in annual fiscal and work planning, administer project budgets ranging from $5,000 to $1 million dollars (spanning multiple years).
Forestry Technician - Open Pool
Colorado State Forest Service This position will provide professional, science-based assistance to local landowners regarding forest health (insects, disease and wildfire mitigation) and prepare program-related reports and plans. In addition, the position will also provide assistance to other staff in additional program areas including: grants, federal land forest management through the Good Neighbor Authority, state land management and facilities maintenance.
Cairn Outdoor Guides Cairn Guides are local outdoor experts that optimize the health benefits of getting outdoors by providing personalized outdoor experiences for individuals based on their own interests and abilities. This could include hiking, fly fishing, trail running, outdoor yoga, rock climbing, SUP, nature photography, or some other outdoor activity.
We want guides to bring their own personal experiences and passions to each adventure to create unique experiences that increase the client's independence and motivation to keep exploring nature. Much like individualized treatment in healthcare, we are trying to meet people where they are at and create the perfect adventure just for them. Additionally, by "exploring like a local" you offer unique experiences and insights people may otherwise not know about, further enhancing their experience.
The combination of physical exercise, nature, and pro-social environments create a very powerful therapeutic tool for both clients and guides. Ultimately, we want to get more people outside to lead healthy lifestyles, connect with others, and develop a stronger connection to nature because those that feel connected to their environment are more likely to take care of it.
Sounds great, but what does it pay? We also greatly value our guides and their communities, so we use a 90/10 pay structure that is meant to directly support guides and their communities to create personal and local economic growth. Guides set their own rates and we pay you 90% of whatever you charge. It's important to note that we do require all Cairn Guides to meet the necessary permits/certifications and insurance requirements for the area and activity they're guiding in. We want to have Cairn Guides all over the United States, so if you want to help create a healthier world, conserve and protect the environment, or both, complete our short application and we'll contact you soon!.
Program ~or~ grant coordinator AmeriCorps VISTA
Gateway to the great outdoors Gateway to the great outdoors has two AmeriCorps positions open in St. Louis! If you could share with your networks (typically young professionals are interested in these roles), that would be so amazing!
Director of Development
Adventure Scientists We are seeking an experienced, creative, and energetic Director of Development to join our leadership team. This position will build upon our track record of fundraising success and introduce new strategies to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward a range of supporters. Click the button below to apply.
Director of Digital Marketing and Public Relations
Adventure Scientists We are looking for an experienced Marketing/PR/Communications professional to join our leadership team. This position will shape the direction of our brand and reputation with scientific partners, donors, sponsors, and volunteers. This position, as head of the marketing team, will find creative ways to articulate and present our programs to drive broad awareness about the importance of our work, increase partner engagement, and showcase our impact at scale. Click the button below for more information and to apply.