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North Cascades Stewardship Coordinator

The North Cascades Stewardship Coordinator will lead a new stewardship program for youth and adults focusing on public lands in the North Cascades ecosystem. This position will assist in the creation of a hands-on focused stewardship program that will partner with Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest and North Cascades National Park. The program will work with both adults and youth. The adult program will recruit and train a core of adults that will participate year round in stewardship activities such as invasive weed removal, river clean-up and trail maintenance. The youth program has two parts - one is working with middle and high school youth on stewardship activities, the second is taking youth ages 5-15 on monthly field trips to sites and activities such as viewing goats on Mount Baker, bald eagles on the Skagit river and marine science at Port Townsend Marine Science Center.


How to apply:


Step 1 - Complete your application in one of the following two ways:


*PREFERRED* Online at the AmeriCorps website www.americorps.gov/Default.asp -If you do not already have a username and password, you must Create A Profile at https://my.americorps.gov/mp/login.do -Once you have logged in, create an application by clicking "Applications" under the "My AmeriCorps" menu. -To apply to this specific position, click "Search Listings" under the "My AmeriCorps" menu and search for program name Northwest Service Academy-MAC -Select the position listing and click "Apply Now" at the bottom of the page. OR Download application materials from the How to Apply page of our website (http://mtadamscenter.org/americorps-apply-today.cfm) and submit them to Amanda Green: - Application - Complete the NWSA AmeriCorps Application and submit it via email (preferable), mail, or fax. - Two Written References - Have your recommenders fill out the NWSA Reference Form and send it directly to NWSA. References may be submitted by email (preferable), mail, or fax.


Step 2: Submit these additional materials promptly (email preferred except for Certification Form). Your application will not be considered until all of the below materials are received. 1. A resume and a cover letter for each position in which you are interested. If you have already emailed these documents, please bring that to my attention after you submit your application. 2. Visit http://mtadamscenter.org/americorps-apply-today.cfm, print the Certification Form, sign and date the form, and mail to the address below. This document must be mailed to our office with your original signature. 3. A copy of your driving record/abstract from your local DMV. Your abstract must go back at least three years, which may mean you need to submit additional abstracts for other states you have been a resident of within that timeframe. 4. Your insurance policy coverage for your personal vehicle showing our minimum requirements. Our Intern Program requires your personal automobile insurance to have a minimum liability coverage of $100,000 for bodily injury per person in an accident; $300,000 for all bodily injuries in an accident; and $50,000 for property damage in an accident. 5. Read the NWSA Personal or Organizational Vehicle Use Policy (below) and submit your completed Driver Certification Form and Safety Agreement (Form 27) and Member Personal Vehicle Use Authorization Form (Form 28) found at http://mtadamscenter.org/americorps-apply-today.cfm.


Questions? Contact Amanda Green at [email protected] or 509-395-3465. NWSA - Mt. Adams Center 2453 HWY 141, Trout Lake, WA 98650