Coordinator, Summer 2020 (Taos, Bandelier)

Job Locations US-NM-Taos
Posted Date 1 month ago(3/6/2020 12:32 PM)
Job ID
2020-1157
Type
Temporary Full-Time
FLSA Status
Exempt
Min
USD $684.00/Wk.
Max
USD $684.00/Wk.
Targeted Job Start Date
4/20/2020
End Date
8/14/2020
# of Openings
2

Overview

Position Purpose: The role of the  Summer Coordinator is to ensure proper functioning of crew logistics in accordance with RMYC’s guidelines and the philosophy of Positive Youth Development (PYD). The coordinator will oversee multiple projects and crews, support the personal and professional development of crew members, and promote a culture of safety at all times, all while supporting Crew Supervisors in meeting expectations of project quality and efficiency.

 

Women are strongly encouraged to apply.

 

 

Reports to:  Upper Rio Grande Program Manager

Schedule: Typical schedule is 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Monday-Friday, with additional time as required by program responsibilities

Location:   (Taos Coordinator) Based out of Taos with travel around the Upper Rio Grande Region, (Bandelier Coordinator) Based out of Taos with programing  in Bandelier National Monument 

 

 

 

 

Responsibilities

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

Program Coordination

  • Care for and coordinate projects and partnerships for summer season crews, including New Mexico Youth Conservation Corps (NMYCC) crews
  • Communicate with project partners to ensure timely completion of project activities and outcomes
  • Regularly communicate project timelines to Crew Supervisors, crews, and Program Manager
  • Oversee NMYCC crews with emphasis on contract agreements and NMYCC guidelines
  • Work closely with Program Manager in tracking and management of vehicles, tools, supplies, and equipment
  • Provide general oversight for program operations
  • Provide general risk management oversight and communicate risk management issues with Crew Supervisors and Program Manager

 

Personnel Management and Training

  • Directly supervise, coach, and guide crew supervisors, ensuring PYD, professional and efficient crew operations, and the fulfillment of RMYC mission
  • Communicate and manage corpsmember performance or behavioral issues with Crew Supervisors
  • Collaborate with RMYC Training Department on weekly education session design and coordination
  • Provide technical training for Summer Program in areas of expertise – trail construction and maintenance techniques, habitat/wetland restoration, erosion control, invasive species removal, historic preservation, environmental education, community garden construction, community outreach and/or tool use/maintenance

 

Administrative Duties

  • Coordinate completion of project reporting (Project Impact Forms) on summer and NMYCC crews to inform bi-weekly reports
  • Assist crew supervisors in tracking and coding all projects, expenses, and in-kind contributions
  • Complete paperwork with accuracy and efficiency

 

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Participate in staff and program meetings
  • Substitute for Crew Supervisors when necessary
  • Work with other staff members on a variety of events and projects
  • Other duties as assigned

 

Qualifications

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED

 

Knowledge

  • Familiarity with public land managing agencies and conservation work
  • Advanced skill level in all or most of the following: trail construction and maintenance, landscaping, fencing, and hand tool use and maintenance
  • Knowledge of local community, regional contacts, and agency partnerships

 

Experience

  • Experience with positive youth development and working with youth ages 16-25
  • Experience working with young people, preferably in an outdoor and/or experiential setting.
  • Experience overseeing staff and projects

 

Skills

  • Exemplary organizational skills
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Good group facilitation skills
  • Proficient in all Microsoft Office Suite applications
  • Strong attention to detail and ability to organize tasks and prioritize to meet deadlines

 

Behavioral Competencies

  • Ability to work well with people from diverse backgrounds
  • Good mentoring and problem-solving skills
  • The ability to interact credibly and diplomatically with all levels in the Corps organization and the external community – tailoring communication effectively for different groups and stakeholders
  • Flexibility, adaptability and capacity to work in a fluid, changing work environment.
  • An open, inclusive, team-oriented work style and ability to collaborate with senior leadership team at all locations

 

Preferred Experience / Education / Certification:

  • College/vocational/ technical degree in education, natural resources, youth development or a related field
  • Three or more seasons of experience in a youth conservation corps or similar field
  • Two or more years (or seasonal equivalent) of supervisory experience

 

Travel Requirements:

  • Periodic overnight travel and non-traditional work hours, inclusive of weekend and evening hours

 

Physical Activities and Requirements

To successfully perform essential functions of this position, the incumbent is required to sit, stand, walk, speak and hear; may be required to climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl on an infrequent basis. He/she must be able to operate office equipment, telephone, and computer and reach with hands and arms. They may be required to lift up to 50 pounds unassisted. The ability to drive an organizational vehicle is also required. Reasonable accommodations may be made for qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

Other Considerations

  • Pre-employment background check will be required which may include the requirement that the applicant be fingerprinted for a FBI background check
  • Must have an insurable driving record
  • Minimum 21 years of age

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