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!

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Job Openings


Veterans Conservation Corps Crew Internship

The Snohomish Conservation District works cooperatively with a diverse community of landowners to encourage conservation and responsible use of natural resources through actions that promote clean water, healthy habitat, and a viable agricultural community. 

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Read more and watch a video about what it’s like to work on our Vet Crew

Job Description:

This position will work on a 4-person field crew under the supervision of the Snohomish Conservation District’s (SCD) Community Conservation Team. The crew 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 and maintenance. Work will include rain garden construction, rain barrel system construction, planting, brush cutting, and other outdoor work.

Job Details:

  • Work week is Monday-Thursday, 7am-5pm

  • Pay is in the form of a $2,000 monthly stipend

  • Two consecutive 4-month terms

    • Term 1: March 1st - June 30th

    • Term 2: July 1st - October 31st

    • Currently accepting applications for Term 1. Crew members in good standing at the completion of Term 1 may elect to stay on for Term 2

  • All safety equipment (gloves, hard hats, eye protection, ear protection, etc.) is provided

Paid Trainings:

In addition to full on-the-job training, this position includes several formal trainings and certifications to aid in skills development and job training.

Requirements:

  • Must be a United States military veteran to be eligible for this position

  • Must have dependable transportation to and from the Snohomish Conservation District office

  • Must be able to work Monday-Thursday, 7am-5pm

Apply:

All applicants must pass a background check. To apply to this job, send a resume and cover letter explaining your interest in this position to:

Kim Pham Veterans Conservation Corps Internship Coordinator kim@dva.wa.gov

Questions?

To learn more about the Veterans Conservation Corps, contact:

Kim Pham Veterans Conservation Corps Internship Coordinator kim@dva.wa.gov

For more information about the job requirements, contact:

Taylor Pesce at 425-377-7020 or tpesce@snohomishcd.org.


Summer Internship - Lake Stevens, WA

The mission of the Snohomish Conservation District is to work cooperatively with others to promote and encourage conservation and responsible use of natural resources. The District has a talented staff of professionals that engage in project implementation and outreach activities to promote clean water, healthy salmon habitat, and a viable agricultural community.

The Summer Intern will work collaboratively with District staff and engage in a variety of projects and tasks throughout the summer that will offer insight, knowledge and skills that can support future career goals in natural resources and agriculture for a motivated intern.

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Compensation: Competitive, paid internship

Closing Date:   Closing date is February 28th, 2019 (position is open until filled)

Terms: Approximately 40 hours per week, 12-week term

Submit application: Via email to Bobbi@snohomishcd.org

Introduction:

  • Position opening for a summer intern in the District’s Lake Stevens, Washington office.

  • The internship will be designed around the intern’s experience, training and career goals.

  • The intern will have an opportunity to attend the Washington Association of Conservation Districts annual training and networking conference in Leavenworth, Washington in June.

  • The intern will be required to complete a specific job-related project, to be negotiated upon hiring, based on skills, experience, interest and knowledge.

Job Duties:

  • The intern will work with District staff to support various projects with landowners, government agencies, schools and partners. Activities may include assistance with:

    • Assisting Urban Agriculture program staff with Lawns to Lettuce program

    • Community/school projects as it relates to food production

    • Assisting with community gleaning efforts

    • Outreach events such as farm tours, classes, and fair booths

    • Rain barrel construction and event coordination

    • Assisting with working with farmers, food banks, and linkages between people and local food

Qualifications:

This position requires:

  • A minimum of 3 years of college credits.

  • Self-motivation and an ability to work independently.

  • A demonstrated interest or experience in environmental conservation, natural resource management, economic science, and/or agriculture.

  • An ability to pass a background check to work with minors.

  • A valid Washington State driver’s license, clean driving record and dependable transportation.

To apply for this position:

  • Applicants must provide a cover letter, a resume, and a list of three professional references.

  • Applications must be received at the Snohomish Conservation District (SCD) office on or before February 28th, 2019 at 4:30 pm (or until the position has been filled).

  • Faxed or emailed applications received by the deadline will be accepted.

  • Post-marked applications shall not be considered a substitute for the above requirement.

*No housing is provided with this offering.