COSA Field Supervisor Opportunities in Arizona! TWO LOCATIONS!!

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Arizona Conservation Corps is looking for two field supervisors to join their staff team! There are openings in both Flagstaff, AZ and Pinetop-Lakeside, AZ.

Title: Field Supervisor

Reports to: Program Manager

Starting Salary: Salary Group B ($35,568-$43,000)

Location: Flagstaff andPinetop-Lakeside AZ

Status: Full-Time, Seasonal Exempt

Benefit Eligible: Paid Time Off

Program Summary:

Arizona Conservation Corps (AZCC) operates conservation service programs across Arizona that empower individuals to positively impact their lives, their communities and the environment. AZCC has operational bases in Tucson, Flagstaff, and Pinetop. AZCC, a program of Conservation Legacy, aims to continue the legacy of the Civilian Conservation Corps of the 1930s. AZCC is focused on connecting youth, young adults and recent era military veterans with conservation service work projects on public lands.

Position Summary:

The Field Supervisor’s primary responsibilities are: training, supervising, and mentoring seasonal field staff including Crew Leaders and Assistant Crew Leaders; technical and logistical support for Field Crews; building and maintaining relationships with project partners; ensuring consistent quality control, risk management, and program integrity and completing administrative functions including the development of project specifications and post-project reporting. Both office and field work are required in this position and the ability to work a flexible schedule is critical.

Full position descriptions are attached. Please forward to anyone you think may be interested. Be sure to read the application instructions and apply to the correct person!

Cheers,

Morgan Brandenburg

she/her/hers

Recruitment, Outreach, and Communications Manager

Southwest Conservation Corps

970-946-2029

mbrandenburg@conservationlegacy.org

https://sccorps.org/

A program of Conservation Legacy

“Empowering individuals to positively impact their lives,
their communities, and the environment.”