COSA City of Longmont is Hiring a Temporary Watershed Ranger!


City of Longmont is hiring a Temporary Watershed Ranger to help patrol and protect the City’s mountain watershed. Watershed Rangers provide resource protection, community outreach and education, and public safety at Longmont’s Button Rock Preserve, water facilities, and public lands.

This is an entry-level seasonal position limited to 1560 hours per year. Hiring pay range is $22.57 – $25.08/hour.

Longmont anticipates 40-hours/week employment for this position starting in late-March/early-April with opportunities for limited hours into the winter season pending availability of funding. Rangers will be provided significant job skills training during our spring ranger mini-academy including basic emergency medical, law enforcement, and natural resource management training.

Longmont is committed to building a team that reflects the diversity of the communities we serve. The City may consider an equivalent combination of knowledge, skills, education, and experience to meet minimum qualifications, and encourages all candidates to apply and help us achieve our goal of creating an inclusive and equitable workplace.

Please check out the attached job announcement and click here to apply.


Pryce Hadley

Senior Watershed Ranger | he, him, his

Parks & Natural Resources Dept. | City of Longmont

OFFICE303-774-3783 | CELL 303-709-2149

7 South Sunset Street | Longmont, Colorado 80501

Visit the Button Rock Preserve webpage here!

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Temp Watershed Ranger Recruitment Poster_2024.pdf

Temporary Watershed Ranger Job Announcement.pdf