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!
Veteran Conservation Corps Crew Internship
This position will work on a 4-6 person field crew under the supervision of the Snohomish Conservation District’s (SCD) Community Conservation Team. This position will work with landowners on stormwater resource concerns within urban and residential areas of Snohomish County and Camano Island, and in rural areas doing restoration planting. Work will include rain garden construction, rain barrel construction, planting, brush cutting and other outdoor work. Internship includes a stipend of $1,600/month, based on a 4 day 40 hour work week to cover living expenses.
Restoration Project Assistant (AmeriCorps Individual Placement - Washington Conservation Corps)
This position is responsible for supporting the Snohomish Conservation District’s (SCD) Natural Resources Team and other District staff. With service in the office and the field, this position involves multi-faceted duties that require a high level of motivation, versatility, and independence. Support to the Natural Resources Team includes learning about and becoming experienced in freshwater riparian habitat project planning, implementation, project site maintenance, vegetation monitoring, and recruiting and supervising community volunteers. Living stipend of $11.00/hour plus a $5,815 Education Award upon the successful completion of the member's 11 month term of service and 1700 hours of service. Full time, October 2nd, 2017 - September 6th, 2018.
AmeriCorps Crew Member - Washington Conservation Corps
Join a team of 6 working with the Snohomish Conservation District on restoration efforts throughout Snohomish County. We focus on riparian restoration on private lands where a stream, creek, tributary or river is present. Our goal is to improve water quality and habitat within the county by removing invasive species, planting native trees and shrubs, and maintaining planted areas. Living stipend $11.00/hour plus a $5,815 Education Award upon the successful completion of the member's 11 month term of service and 1700 hours of service. Full time, October 2nd, 2017 - September 6th, 2018.