Working at Snohomish Conservation District

Working for a Conservation District is a great experience! We get to work with motivated landowners, dedicated professionals, well-respected leaders in conservation, and with students just starting their careers.

The District offers a supportive and vibrant work environment with opportunities to grow in your career and state benefits for permanent positions. We hope you will consider joining our team!

Job Openings

Office Assistant 1

Snohomish Conservation District announces a position opening for Office Assistant I in their Lake Stevens office. This position will be responsible for organizing documentation for grant billings and data entry into the District’s financial management software (BIAS). As needed, the Office Assistant I will participate in District public engagement activities such as fairs, workshops, and other District sponsored programs and events. The person hired for this position is directly responsible to the Program Integration Manager, and will be working primarily with the District financial management team.

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  • Compensation: $11.00 - $20.63 per hour
  • Closing Date: Initial closing date is January 27, 2017 (position is open until filled)
  • Terms: Part-time (40 – 65 hours per month), non-exempt position with pro-rated vacation, sick leave, and holiday benefits.

Resource Planner I (Farm Planner) 

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  • Terms: Permanent non-exempt regular full-time position (40 hours per week), with benefits
  • Salary: Starting at $35,650 to $50,000
  • Deadline to apply: January 23, 2017 4:00pm

Veteran Conservation Corps Crew Internship

The Snohomish Conservation District and the Veterans Conservation Corps are excited to announce several internship opportunities for United States military veterans. This position will work with landowners on stormwater resource concerns within urban and residential areas of Snohomish County and Camano Island, and occasionally in other parts of the Puget Sound region.  The principal field duty for this position is constructing rain gardens. Other tasks include building rain barrels and habitat restoration projects including planting native species and removing invasive non-native species.