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Job Locations US-NM-Taos
Posted Date 19 hours ago(2/21/2018 1:57 PM)
Position Summary: Join an AmeriCorps crew working on conservation projects throughout Rio Grande del Norte National Monument. Serve your community as part of a team while working with other AmeriCorps members!   Position Purpose: Crews will work to safely complete projects such as trail reconstruction and signage in collaboration with the Bureau of Land Management. All Corpsmembers will receive both personal and professional development training in topics such as First Aid/CPR, financial management, and public speaking skills.    Benefits: This is an AmeriCorps position and corpsmembers will receive a living allowance throughout the season, as well as an education award upon successful completion of the term of service. This award can be used to pay tuition at most colleges, universities, or trade schools, or to pay off student loans already acquired. Corpsmembers are also eligible for health insurance during their term of service.    Living Allowance AmeriCorps Term Education Award $760 every two weeks ($9.50/hour equivalent), assuming full attendance 300 hours $1,230.69  
Job ID
2018-1024
Job Locations US-NM-Albuquerque
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(2/1/2018 5:45 PM)
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.     Crew Dates Schedule Eligible Age Stipend AmeriCorps Term Education Award 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 18-25 $840 every 2 weeks 675 hours $1, 538.36  
Job ID
2018-1021
Job Locations US-NM-Albuquerque
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(2/1/2018 5:47 PM)
Position Summary: Join an AmeriCorps crew working on conservation projects throughout New Mexico. Applicants must be available for day work in the Albuquerque area and multi-day overnight trips up to 8 days. Both day work and backcountry camping is required.   Position Purpose: Crews will complete projects such as trail construction and maintenance, habitat restoration, historic preservation, watershed restoration, disaster relief and other conservation projects. Crews will collaborate with local and national agencies including the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Forest Service, the National Park Service, Bureau of Indian Affairs, and local tribal agencies. All Corpsmembers will receive personal and professional development trainings such as CPR/First Aid, financial management, and public speaking skills.    Location: This position is based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Our office is located at Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge, at 7851 2nd Street SW. Participants must have reliable transportation to and from this location, according to their work schedule.     Crew Type Commitment Flexible Schedule   Combination of “Spike” and “Day Crew” Schedule April 9 – August 3, 2018 Spike Schedule: 8 days on, 6 days off: Tuesday-Tuesday, with additional hours or modified schedule possible. Schedules may vary based on project location and crew.  Be available for possible 30-day disaster deployment.   Day Crew Schedule: Be available for urban project work on a day-to-day schedule. This includes in-town, non-overnight project work with a more traditional Monday-Friday daily schedule, without camping availability.    **Participants will attend occasional service/training days outside of this schedule, including weekends.** Benefits: This is an AmeriCorps position and corpsmembers will receive a living allowance throughout the season, as well as an education award upon successful completion of the term of service. This award can be used to pay tuition at most colleges, universities, or trade schools, or to pay off student loans already acquired.   Stipend AmeriCorps Term Education Award $760 every two weeks 675 hours $2,255.24   Corpsmembers are eligible for health insurance during their term of service. Crew transportation is provided from RMYC headquarters to project sites. For camping crews, food for crew meals is provided while on spike and some personal camping gear is available to borrow/rent during the season.
Job ID
2018-1020
Job Locations US-NM-Taos
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(2/1/2018 5:47 PM)
  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.   Crew Type Dates Schedule Eligible Age Stipend AmeriCorps Term Education Award Camping: Taos   Chainsaw thinning and other conservation projects throughout the region; camp with crew near work site while on project March 27 – August 10, 2017 “Spike” Schedule: 8 days on (Tuesday-Tuesday) followed by 6 days off 18-25 $840 every 2 weeks 675 hours $2,255.24
Job ID
2018-1019
Job Locations US-NM-Taos
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(2/1/2018 5:48 PM)
Position Summary: Join an AmeriCorps crew working on conservation projects throughout the Upper Rio Grande region of New Mexico. These crews will be camping positions; applicants must be available for overnights up to 8 days.   Position Purpose: Crews will work to safely complete forestry/fuels reduction (chainsaw thinning) projects. Additional projects may include trail construction/maintenance, historic preservation, disaster relief, watershed restoration or other community improvement work. All Corpsmembers will receive both personal and professional development training in topics such as First Aid/CPR, financial management, and public speaking skills.   Location: This position is based in Taos, New Mexico. Our office is located at 1203 King Drive. Participants must have reliable transportation to and from this location, according to their work schedule.   Dates:   Crew Type Season Start/End Schedule Camping Crew     April 10th–August 10th    “Spike” Schedule: 8 days on (Tuesday-Tuesday) followed by 6 days off. Camping in remote locations required.   **Participants will attend occasional service/training days outside of this schedule, including weekends.**   Benefits: This is an AmeriCorps position and corpsmembers will receive a living allowance throughout the season, as well as an education award upon successful completion of the term of service. This award can be used to pay tuition at most colleges, universities, or trade schools, or to pay off student loans already acquired.   Stipend AmeriCorps Term Education Award $760 every two weeks 675 hours $2,255.24   Corpsmembers are eligible for health insurance during their term of service. Crew transportation is provided from RMYC headquarters to project sites. For camping crews, food for crew meals is provided while on spike and some personal camping gear is available to borrow/rent during the season.
Job ID
2018-1018