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Trails and greenways employment, careers, and seasonal work for conservation corps, bicycle pedestrian advocacy, trail organizations, state parks, and federal agencies. The job board is a courtesy posting from information provided to American Trails. Please verify that the position(s) is available prior to applying.

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The Latest Jobs from TrailSkills.org


Land Stewardship Field Coordinator

Appalachian Trail Conservancy

Are you an emerging leader who wants to gain valuable skills managing projects in the conservation field? Do you love working outdoors and want to grow your skills and experience in a team lead role? Do you have effective communication skills and are you able to help mitigate internal team issues? Then this position is for you! The Land Stewardship Field Coordinator leads a team that maintains the boundary lines of the protected land that surrounds the Appalachian Trail. This challenging and rewarding work involves hiking off-trail through untouched forests, clearing vegetation with loppers, putting up boundary signs, repainting blazes on trees, finding survey markers, and recording data.

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Land Stewardship Technician

Appalachian Trail Conservancy

Are you looking for an entry-level opportunity to protect the Appalachian Trail (A.T.) and its surrounding area? Are you an avid backpacker or camper who wants to work outdoors? Do you love the idea of a seasonal position that would allow you to grow your experience in conservation and backcountry fieldwork? Then this position is for you. Land Stewardship Technicians maintain the boundary lines of the protected land that surrounds the A.T. This challenging and rewarding work involves hiking off-trail through untouched forests, clearing vegetation with loppers, putting up boundary signs, repainting blazes on trees, finding survey markers, and recording data. This team ensures that the Appala

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Shop, Fleet and Safety Assistant

Boulder County

Boulder County Parks and Open Space is excited to announce a new full-time benefited position, the Shop, Fleet and Safety Assistant. The assistant will work closely with the Shop Foreman to keep a 96+ vehicle fleet operational, manage an 11,250 square-foot shop and improve safety across the department.

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Program Manager, ADK Corps

Student Conservation Association (SCA)

The Program Manager (PM) Adirondack (ADK) Corps position is responsible for ensuring the safe, complete, and accurate execution of SCAs ADK Corps program portfolio in accordance with the uniform practices and procedures established by the Senior Vice President of Program, AmeriCorps Director, and National Program Manager State-Funded AmeriCorps. SCA members in this program will serve across the Adirondacks to address critical conservation projects that benefit the lands and people of the region.

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Prescribed Fire Corps Crew Leader

Student Conservation Association (SCA)

Conservation Begins Here. The Student Conservation Association (SCA) seeks qualified applicants to lead, educate, and inspire young adults for the Preservation Fire Corps. Program Dates: February 20, 2023 - May 12, 2023 Location: This team will be working with US Fish and Wildlife Service partners at Mississippi Sandhill Crane National Wildlife Refuge

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Field Team Leader

Maine Conservation Corps

Build a path, while finding yours! Live, serve, and explore Maine’s wilderness, coast, and mountains with Maine Conservation Corps (MCC). Members serve in teams of three to six, using traditional construction and maintenance skills to enhance hiking, biking, skiing, and other types of recreational trails throughout the state, and engage in other conservation projects to improve habitat and expand access to treasured natural areas. This short-term commitment leads to long-term impacts. You’ll make a difference in local communities while connecting to nature, peers, and yourself.

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Assistant Team Leader

Maine Conservation Corps

Live, serve, and explore Maine’s wilderness, coast, and mountains with Maine Conservation Corps (MCC). As an AmeriCorps member, you’ll get paid for 6 weeks of leadership and technical skills training and then practice those skills while serving and supporting a team leader in managing a crew to enhance hiking, biking, skiing, and other types of recreational trails throughout the state. Gain experience in leadership while opening and improving access to treasured natural areas. You’ll make a difference in the lives of your team and local communities while connecting to nature and your peers.

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Field Team Member (Trails)

Maine Conservation Corps

Build a path, while finding yours! Live, serve, and explore Maine’s wilderness, coast, and mountains with Maine Conservation Corps (MCC). Members serve in teams of three to six, using traditional construction and maintenance skills to enhance hiking, biking, skiing, and other types of recreational trails throughout the state, and engage in other conservation projects to improve habitat and expand access to treasured natural areas. This short-term commitment leads to long-term impacts. You’ll make a difference in local communities while connecting to nature, peers, and yourself.

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Cumberland Valley Ridgerunner

Appalachian Trail Conservancy

Ridgerunners are assigned to hike specific sections of the A.T. during the day and camp at specific, high-use overnight sites throughout their patrol. Applicants should demonstrate the interest and ability to contribute to the public-service effort of working on a National Scenic Trail and to promote volunteerism and membership with the ATC and its Trail Maintaining Club affiliates. They should possess the required skills listed below and be able to attend required training sessions. Applicants must demonstrate maturity, responsibility, initiative, and self-motivation.

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Land Stewardship Technician - New England

Appalachian Trail Conservancy

Land Stewardship Technicians maintain the boundary lines of the protected land that surrounds the A.T. This challenging and rewarding work involves hiking off-trail through untouched forests, clearing vegetation with loppers, putting up boundary signs, repainting blazes on trees, finding survey markers, and recording data. This team ensures that the Appalachian Trail is protected by a well-marked boundary line and that any violations are promptly found and resolved. The pristine wildlands and unmatched hiking experience on the A.T. would not be possible without the work of the Land Stewardship Team.

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