Assistant Crew Supervisors (ACSs) play a pivotal role in building successful crews and meaningful programming. They are leaders, facilitators, and communicators, tasked with inspiring fellow corpsmembers to achieve personal and professional growth. As both a member of the crew and a part of the leadership team the ACS occupies a unique and demanding position. For the right individual, this position is a pathway towards full leadership positions and further opportunities in conservation.
Camping/ Day work: Albuquerque
Trail work, and other conservation projects throughout the region; camp with crew near work site while on project. Similar project work that would include going home in the evening and working locally
March 26th - August 9th, 2018
“Spike” Schedule: 8 days on (Tuesday-Tuesday) followed by 6 days off, 4 days on 3 Days off. In town project work on a traditional work schedule Mon-Fri
$840 every 2 weeks
Preferred Experience / Education / Certification:
Physical and Evironmental Requirments