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●  Assistance in preparation of Sierra Institute’s summer youth program, P-CREW
●  Assistance with program coordination, logistics, and administration
●  Facilitating or supporting crew leader training
●  Working an on-call schedule for crew support during high season
●  Responding to emergencies (vehicle issues, medical evacuations, etc.)
●  Serving as an interim Crew Leader in case of necessity or emergency
●  Leading occasional weekend recreation with youth crews if needed (backpacking, swimming, hiking, etc.)
●  Preparing, tracking, and organizing weekly paperwork and project accomplishments
●  Assist in mentorship and supervision of three crews containing two crew leaders, 11 crew members (ages 16-18) and one Alumni All-star Assistant for 6 weeks including day to day activities at the project site, at camp, and recreational activities on the weekends. This includes providing physical, social, and emotional support to the crews.
●  Provide guidance, leadership skills, and camp operations to the youth crew leaders to foster personal and professional growth.
●  Navigate to and from work, camp, and recreational sites safely.
●  Prepare, collect, organize and summarize written, digital, and oral reports on project status, supplies, personnel, incidents, vehicles, and expenses to support staff on a weekly basis. This includes capturing before and after photos of projects and photos of crew members working and camping.
●  Create healthy meal planning for crews, shopping for all crews, and food resupplies each week.
●  Plan, organize, and facilitate team bonding activities and educational lessons as needed.

** Additional details regarding the trail restoration crew to be provided upon interview, if interested.

Full Position Description:

Minimum Education and Experience

Education Required: Associate's
Hiring Requirements for this Job:
  • Background Checks
  • Reference Check
  • Motor Vehicle Record Check
  • Minimum Hourly Wage: $17.50

    About Sierra Institute

    Our Mission
    Promoting healthy and sustainable forests and watersheds by investing in the well-being of rural communities and strengthening their participation in natural resource decision-making and programs.
    Our Approach
    Recognizing the direct relationship rural communities have with forest landscapes, Sierra Institute has advanced integrative programs that support rural environmental, economic, and community health at local, regional, and national levels for the past twenty-five years.