Youth Corps Field Coordinator

The employee in this position will provide leadership and support for 4-5 crews of approximately 10-12 youth (Ages 11-18) for crews operating on a 24/7 model and day crews. The position can be broken down into four main segments: pre-season, crew leader training, the field season, and Yampa Valley Science School. Once the field season starts, field coordinators generally split time 20/80 between the office and the field. Workload changes greatly throughout the season and hours may vary dramatically depending on the crews' needs and locations. Schedules are flexible and require adaptability alongside self-motivation and the ability to work independently.

Seasonal


Job Location

Steamboat Springs


Job Description

1. Pre-season work will include training on field coordinator-specific duties, preparation of all gear and field resources, and assisting with the set-up and implementation of crew leader training. This is typically during the month of April.

2. The crew leader training segment entails providing leadership and skills training to crew leaders. We mentor our leaders on various hard and soft skills, and outline our expectations for the field season. The crew leader training period will closely mimic many aspects of the field season. Field coordinators should expect full participation during this time (May).

3. The main responsibilities of the field season is crew support. Field Coordinators will be expected to participate in all aspects of the program when visiting a crew including overnight camping, nightly education facilitation, and project site objectives (June-August)

4. The last segment of the Field Coordinator position is the YVSS camp coordinator role. This involves preparation for training, training leaders on curriculum and camp protocol, and helping with camp operations (end of August through September).

Preferred Qualifications

● Wilderness First Responder and Adult CPR certification current through the dates of employment

● Proficiency in low-impact camping techniques

● Familiarity with the corps model and conservation skills

● Experience with Project Management and logistics;

● Strong background in trail construction/maintenance techniques;

● Experience leading training, maintaining positive work and crew culture;

Required Qualifications

● Leadership experience with youth ages 11-18

● Strong organizational skills, ability to work independently, self-motivated and confident

● Ability to clearly and effectively communicate written and orally

● Appropriate risk management skills

● Clean driving record (Motor Vehicle Report will be required)

● Pre-service background screening required including FBI background check

● Must be able to provide proof of eligibility to work in the United States

● Must be at least 21 years old (RMYC driving insurance policy)


Youth Corps Field Coordinator
Employer Rocky Mountain Youth Corps
Posted Nov 23, 2022

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