Current Walker Basin Conservancy Positions

Operations coordinator

Added March 13, 2019:

The Operations Coordinator will provide support for WBC’s Yerington field office and AmeriCorps program operations. Responsibilities will include working closely with AmeriCorps members and staff located in Yerington and the greater Walker Basin to ensure grant compliance and smooth field and office operations. The position will also assist the AmeriCorps Program Manager with tracking grant performance measures, managing AmeriCorps members, and preparing grant application documents and progress reports. These tasks require a high level of organization and administrative skills.

Current AmeriCorps Opportunities

9-WEEK AmeriCorps Positions

Updated March 13, 2019:

WBC is recruiting AmeriCorps members for a 9-week term from June 10 – August 8, 2019 OR June 17 – August 15, 2019.

The Restoration Team Members will serve alongside other members and WBC Conservation Technicians conducting primarily invasive species removal and native plant re-vegetation within the Walker River Basin. Members may also work on recreational trail construction, sign installation, and fence construction. Members will work in conjunction with other WBC field staff, providing on the ground support to larger project operations.

13-WEEK AmeriCorps Positions

Updated March 13, 2019:

WBC is recruiting AmeriCorps members for a 13-week term from May 27, 2019 to August 22, 2019

The Restoration Team Members will serve alongside other members and WBC Conservation Technicians conducting primarily invasive species removal and native plant re-vegetation within the Walker River Basin. Members may also work on recreational trail construction, sign installation, and fence construction. Members will work in conjunction with other WBC field staff, providing on the ground support to larger project operations.

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six month americorps positions

Updated March 13, 2019:

WBC is recruiting 8 AmeriCorps members for a 900-hour term from May 27, 2019 to November 27, 2019.

The Restoration Team Members will serve alongside other members and WBC Conservation Technicians conducting primarily invasive species removal and native plant re-vegetation within the Walker River Basin. Members may also work on recreational trail construction, sign installation, and fence construction. Members will work in conjunction with other WBC field staff, providing on the ground support to larger project operations.