We are currently hiring for the following positions. Click the job title for more information.
The Restoration Intern is responsible for the coordination, implementation and management of restoration volunteer projects. Training and oversight of volunteer groups is a major role of the Restoration Intern. The Restoration Intern will be expected to complete site monitoring, data collection, seed collection, proper greenhouse procedures, planting projects, weed removal, etc. The Restoration Intern is responsible for coordinating and implementing volunteer groups in conjunction with SCMF restoration staff as well as Forest Service staff. The Restoration Intern reports directly to the Restoration Manager to ensure all projects are in line with joint USFS/SCMF program deliverables and all environmental clearances are met.
The Restoration Project Coordinator is responsible for coordination, implementation and management of restoration projects. Training and oversight of volunteer groups and corps members is a major role of the Restoration Project Coordinator along with site monitoring, data collection, seed collection, greenhouse procedures, planting projects, weed removal, etc. The Restoration Project Coordinator is responsible for implementing restoration projects specified by the Restoration Manager. The Restoration Project Coordinator reports directly to the Restoration Manager to ensure all projects are in line with joint USFS/SCMF program deliverables and all environmental clearances are met.
The Southern California Mountains Foundation is hiring three seasonal summer intern positions. These are training positions that give young individuals the opportunity to engage directly with forest visitors, provide interpretive education programs and lead groups. Specifically these positions are responsible for providing summer interpretive programs and visitor information services at the Big Bear Discovery Center and National Children’s Forest located in Running Springs, CA. Interns are responsible for leading nature walks, canoe/kayak tours, campfire programs and other interpretive programs for the public. Position will work directly with staff and volunteers to engage in trail maintenance, ecological restoration and interpretive programs in the San Bernardino National Forest.
Administrative Assistant duties and responsibilities include providing administrative support to ensure efficient operation of the office. Supports Executive Officer, managers and employees through a variety of tasks related to organization and communication. Responsible for confidential and time sensitive material. Familiar with a variety of the field's concepts, practices and procedures. Ability to effectively communicate via phone and email ensuring that all Administrative Assistant duties are completed accurately and delivered with high quality and in a timely manner. May direct and lead the work of others. Rely on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals and a wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected. Typically reports to a manager or head of a unit/department.