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City of Boulder Open Space & Mountain Parks
The Program Assistant: Engagement and Inclusivity position will support, lead, and mentor youth in the Junior Ranger program. They are responsible for connecting with underrepresented communities, communities of color, and Spanish-speaking communities in Boulder, Colorado to promote the program and support applicants to the Junior Ranger program. The Junior Ranger program is an early work experience and stewardship education program for teens ages 14 – 17, where students work on conservation field projects like trail building, forestry, and ecological restoration on Open Space and Mountain Parks land in Boulder.
In the spring, your main role is community engagement. In this position, you would attend recruitment events, lead volunteer days, and assist students in completing their applications. In the summer, you would oversee field and project management, skills development, and program operations– as well as provide public communications, administrative and logistical support to the Program Coordinator.
This is a full time, seasonal position that lasts approximately 5 months (March – August) and is located in Boulder, Colorado. The start and end dates for this position are flexible, given the right candidate.
The best candidates for this position will be bilingual in Spanish and English, and have a strong understanding of the needs of the Hispanic & Latino community.
A cover letter and resume (in either English or Spanish or both) are required for your application to be considered complete. A portion of the interview for this position will be conducted in Spanish.
- Must have a valid drivers’ license and the ability to maintain an acceptable motor vehicle record. You will be occasionally responsible for driving minors.
- Acceptable background information, including criminal history, is required
- Must be 18 years or older
- Fluent in Spanish and English