COSA Job Opportunity at the City of Boulder Open Space and Mt. Parks

Hi COSA Members,

The City of Boulder Open Space and Mtn. Parks is hiring a Bilingual Volunteer Services Crew Lead (Temporary) position for the 2024 field season (April until November).

Join the dynamic Volunteer Service Learning and Partnership (VSLP) Team in leading Bridge House Ready to Work Crews and foster Boulder’s Latinx connection to the outdoors. This role entails assisting in recruitment and encouraging youth and their families to attend One-Day Volunteer Projects along with working with the OSMP Bridge House Ready to Work Contract. This role requires working with the community on barriers to outdoor access and creating connections within local communities to foster programing designed to cater directly to the Latinx community.

Click here to find out more about City of Boulder OSMP.

Click here to find out more about the Bridge House RTW nonprofit.

Please pass this position on to those of interest. With thanks and gratitude – Kris

Please note, my work schedule is set for 40 hours a week (typically Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.)

Kristin Weinberger

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers (What this is?)

Volunteerism and Service Learning Program Manager

Cell: 303-910-5603


Open Space and Mountain Parks

2520 55th St. | Boulder, CO 80301

The City of Boulder acknowledges the city is on the ancestral homelands and unceded territory of Indigenous Peoples who have traversed, lived in and stewarded lands in the Boulder Valley since time immemorial. Those Indigenous Nations include the: Di De’i (Apache), Hinono’eiteen (Arapaho), Tsistsistas (Cheyenne), Nʉmʉnʉʉ (Comanche), Kiowa (Caiugu), Čariks i Čariks (Pawnee), Sosonih (Shoshone), Oc’eti S’akowin (Sioux) and Núuchiu (Ute). The City of Boulder recognizes that those now living and working on these ancestral lands have a responsibility to acknowledge and address the past and must work to build a more just future.