Conservation Corps Crew Leader


Rocky Mountain Conservancy


Estes Park, CO


This is a residential program; participants will be housed in bunk houses, private residences, or tents throughout the season. Depending on crew location, crews may spend anywhere from 30% to 100% of their season living in tents. Please note certain activities such as food shopping, meal prep, eating meals, cleaning your bunk/tent/room, and evening activities do not count toward your term hours.Crews work in the following locations• Arapaho National Forests (Sulphur Ranger District)• Rocky Mountain National Park• Roosevelt National Forest (Boulder and Canyon Lakes Ranger Districts) Crew locations vary throughout Northern Colorado. Projects can include, but are not limited to, trail maintenance, wilderness patrols, wildfire mitigation, trail construction, habitat restoration, historic structure stabilization and restoration, and basic carpentry. Projects are completed alongside National Park Service and USDA Forest Service staff. The Crew Leader leads a crew of 4 or 7 Crew Members, serving as the primary liaison between project hosts and program staff. The Crew Leader is responsible for the crew’s service and safety during each project. The Crew Leader and Crew Members are supervised by the Stewardship Director.