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The purpose of the Youth Conservation Corps Crew Lead will be to work alongside a co-lead and supervise 6 crew members to restore habitat and create and maintain trails at the Randall Davey Audubon Center and Santa Fe Botanical Garden’s properties. Crew Leads will also direct the planning and implementation of the fall Northern New Mexico Master Naturalist program.
The position is temporary and scheduled for approximately 20 hours per week. The two YCC Crew Leads will be supervised by staff from the Randall Davey Audubon Center and the Santa Fe Botanical Garden. Projected start date is June 14, 2021 and projected end date is December 1, 2021 (both start and end are flexible). The crew will determine their schedule, usually during working hours between Monday-Friday. Some weekend and evening availability required.
Audubon Project Responsibilities
Santa Fe Botanical Garden Project Responsibilities
Master Naturalist Project Responsibilities: