The Field Coordinator is responsible for assisting with the coordination and implementation of RFOV’s field-based stewardship and volunteer programs. This position requires excellent planning and leadership skills; independence and accountability in decision-making; organizational skills in logistics and time management; building positive relationships with project partners and volunteers; and a proven ability to educate, lead, and motivate people in backcountry and frontcountry settings. Specific Responsibilities Program management and operations: Assist with operations and implementation of all stewardship programs and projects: Support RFOV equipment and tool management: ensure tools, project equipment and supplies are clean and in good working order and regularly inventoried. Assist with pre-project planning logistics. Oversee on-the-ground project logistics: coordinating travel, tool preparation, lining out project work sections, and project implementation and wrap-up. Ensure project safety and practice effective risk management strategies. Serve as an expert (Technical Advisor) on technical trail construction or restoration/revegetation work and ensure that project work is being constructed to quality standards and timelines. Continually enhance expertise in trail and restoration techniques, crew management, and leadership. Assist with project reporting Accurately measure project metrics and use internal databases to record metrics Assist in reporting systems on progress and accomplishments of all projects and ensure consistency and clear communication internally among RFOV staff. Assist in keeping all project notes and details as well as partnership information. Volunteer Coordination and Management Support RFOV’s volunteer programs to increase recruitment, retention, and pathways for involvement. Work to create a diverse, inclusive, and equitable environment for volunteers. Ensure all RFOV volunteer programs foster a positive, educational, engaging, and motivating experience for volunteers. Supervise volunteer Crew Leaders and Project Ambassadors on projects. Serve as a Crew Leader on projects, overseeing a group of 8-10 students or volunteers. Assist in determining volunteer accolades and awards each season. Desired Qualifications Leadership Demonstrated capacity for managing and leading people. An excellent team builder who has experience in bringing a group of diverse individuals together for a common cause. Outdoor leadership, outdoor education, or environmental education experience. Experience working with youth outdoors or in other educational settings. A strong passion for and previous experience leading a diverse range of volunteers. Self-directed, highly motivated, reliable, with a result and solution oriented perspective, organized with an attention to detail, flexible with strong time-management skills. Excellent communication, motivational, and interpersonal skills applicable to a group outdoor setting. Strong belief in RFOV’s mission. Management Experience working for or with land management agencies (state, federal, or municipal). Excellent organizational, planning, and logistical skills. Ability to proactively solve problems, work independently, and be creative and resourceful. Professional verbal communication skills including a professional appearance and positive demeanor. Computer skills and data management experience (specifically Microsoft Excel, Google Sheets, Google Drive, and Salesforce). Spanish language ability is highly desirable. Stewardship Introductory ecological and natural resource knowledge and ability to teach others about these topics. Experience implementing basic restoration techniques including reseeding, planting, and erosion control. Ability to conduct stewardship work while following Leave No Trace principles. Willingness to learn about ecosystems and natural resources of the Roaring Fork Valley through self-driven research and education from RFOV staff, partners, and volunteers. All Applicants Must Have: Trail building/maintenance experience with at least one year in a supervisory role, or trail building/maintenance experience with other relevant leadership experience. Practical knowledge of methods and techniques to design, layout and construct/reconstruct natural surface trails. The work requires regular and recurring physical exertion. The work projects may require hiking up to 10 miles per day at altitude, using heavy hand tools, extensive heavy stonework, and working and contributing as part of a team. Strong rock work experience (stairs, retaining walls, check dams, etc) as pertaining to trails. Ability to lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Ability to work in potentially adverse weather conditions with a positive attitude. Current valid driver’s license and good driving record. Certification in either a) Wilderness First Aid and CPR, or b) Wilderness First Responder (or can achieve certification upon hire). Ability to pass a criminal background check. Work Schedule The weekly work schedule will be variable with regular weekends and occasional evenings required and is based on a 40 hour work week though some weeks may exceed this during the busy season. We are also considering part-time applicants, who would have less than a 40 hour work week.