Looking for a meaningful summer job where you spend a lot of time outside?
The fellowship tasks to be performed by a fellow as he/she serves under the supervision and direction of the Executive Director (ED) of Friends of Alta are below. The fellowship runs from June through September 2015 for 30-40 hours a week. An hourly rate of $8 will be paid biweekly for hours worked. A weekly schedule will be developed with the ED, however scheduled event dates where the fellow is expected to be present are provided below for planning purposes.
- LCC Cleanup – June 2ndRepresent FOA at summer stewardship events including: Wasatch Wildflower Festival, trail and restoration work, invasive weed pulls, and tree planting programs.
Town of Alta Restoration Day (reservations) – July 18th
Wasatch Wildflower Festival – July 25th
Tracy Aviary Bird Walk – Aug 23rd
Memorial Tree & Seedling Planting – Sept 11th
Hawk Watch – Sept 12th
- Alta Naturalist Hosting at the Albion Grill: Runs July 3 – Sept 7th
Fridays ~10am to 6pm (Sat & Sun covered by partners)
Monday Sept 7th
- Invasive Weed Removal and documentation using GPS/GIS
Volunteer Weed Pulls: 6/25, 7/16, 8/20, 9/17
- Vegetation Survey’s in coordination with Bird Survey
July 13 – 23
- USFS Forest Assessment – August 3 – 21
Extended hours during this data collection period
- Assist with the FOA Conservation Easement Monitoring Program as needed
- Assist the ED with office and/or special research projects as needed.
HOW TO APPLY?
Please email a cover letter and resume as one document with your first and last name in the file name to Jen Clancy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline for applications is Friday, May 22, 2015.
If you have questions, Jen can be reached at: 801-742-9719.