Summer Youth Corps Assistant Director
Assistant Directors are integral to the Summer Youth Corps’ program goals of accomplishing environmental projects, as well as providing training, education and leadership to ensure a positive and safe experience for participants. All Assistant Directors will work collaboratively with one another and the Program Coordinator to provide comprehensive support to youth crews throughout the summer season. There are four Assistant Directors, each with a particular focus.
Logistics Coordinator: Handles most program paperwork along with the proper storage of youth medication.
Operations Coordinator: Handles the distribution, collection and maintenance of all tools and equipment used throughout the program as well as all vehicle logistics, paperwork and upkeep.
Education Activities Coordinator: Handles the distribution, collection and teaching of educational materials as well as coordinating logistics for weekend and in-camp activities.
Kitchen Coordinator/Cook: Manages and cares for the kitchen and dining hall facility – following and enforcing all ServSafe and kitchen policies; will handle food planning, purchasing, and preparation – working with swampers, temporary cooks, and volunteers as needed to provide nutritious food for members of all different dietary needs or restrictions; and will coordinate and implement a banquet meal at end of both summer sessions.
For more information, view the Assistant Director position description.
To apply: send resume and cover letter to email@example.com
Deadline: March 2, 2018
Questions? Contact Jonathan Goldenberg, Program Manager
Interim Executive Director
-- Location: Saint Paul, MN
-- Position type: Contract
Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa is currently accepting proposals for an interim Executive Director. The interim ED will ensure Conservation Corps makes a successful transition to a permanent Executive Director by providing proactive leadership, organizational continuity, role clarity and effective decision-making while maintaining and growing healthy relationships with staff, board members and partners. The interim ED will report director to the Conservation Corps Board of Directors. The estimated time of service is negotiable depending on the needs of the organization, but is estimated to be 3-6 months, working approximately 20-28 hours per week.
For more information, view the Interim Executive Director position description.
Proposals for this position must include the following items. All application packages should be submitted as a PDF to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line “Interim ED Proposal.” Incomplete packages or packages in other formats will not be considered. Applications must be received no later than 4:00 pm on January 19, 2018 and must include the following:
- Proposed Strategy
- Qualifications and Relevant Experience
- Proposed Compensation
- Earliest Start Date
- Three Professional References, including name, relationship to candidate, email address, and phone number
Deadline: January 19
Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa is a proud employer of National Service. AmeriCorps & Peace Corps alumni are encouraged to apply for staff openings!
This program is available to all, without regard to disability, race, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation or political affiliation. Reasonable accommodations provided upon request.