The Appalachian Mountain Club is seeking staff for the 2018 field season, with many positions focused on outdoor education, stewardship, and recreation.
Bear-Paw Regional Greenways is looking for a well-organized, skillful person with a strong interest in environmental conservation and the outdoors for the position of Land Protection and Stewardship Specialist. Application deadline is March 31, 2018.
The Student Conservation Association New Hampshire Corps is currently hiring 6-month Interpretive Rangers and Conservation Stewards. Conservation Stewards travel the state of NH and perform trail maintenance, carpentry work, and other stewardship tasks. Training includes conservation workskills, and grip-hoist/rigging or chainsaw certification. Interpretive Rangers are placed at various NH State Parks, doing interpretive education for visitors staying in campgrounds, as well as other audiences. Interpretive Rangers get training in the education field and all NH Corps members get a Wilderness First Responder/CPR certification and Leave No Trace training.
The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests is looking for a self-motivated conservation easement stewardship intern to provide technical and administrative support to six professionals in the Easement Stewardship Department in their ongoing stewardship of our 750 conservation easements and deed restrictions across New Hampshire. Application deadline is April 9, 2018.
The Emerald Necklace Conservancy in historic Boston, MA is hiring a new, part-time position. The Project Assistant will lead Sunday programming for youth in topics related to environmental stewardship, and help coordinate stewardship volunteers for such events as the Charles River Cleanup. Must be available for every Sunday morning, Tuesday evening, and the second Saturday of every month.
Green Mountain Conservation Group is looking for a Water Quality Coordinator to run their spring, summer, and winter water quality program.
UNH Cooperative Extension is looking for a 2018 summer fellow to work as the Nature Groupie Extension Fellow, collaborating with conservation groups in the Greater Seacoast on field projects from June-August, 2018. Interested undergraduates in the fields of natural resources, the environment or related fields are encouraged to apply. Application deadline is March 23, 2018.
UNH Cooperative Extension and NH Sea Grant are looking for a 2018 Coastal Resilience Intern. Gain field experience in a wide variety of coastal science and stewardship techniques and assist with data collection and voluteer management for several coastal citizen science projects, including beach profile monitoring and sand dune restoration. Application deadline is March 26, 2018.