Cascadia Conservation District

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Cascadia Conservation District is at the forefront of sustainable land management, conservation, and restoration efforts in the Pacific Northwest. Through collaborative partnerships and innovative solutions, we strive to protect and enhance the natural resources that define our region’s beauty and vitality. Join us in our mission to preserve ecosystems, promote resilience, and inspire stewardship for generations to come. Explore the diverse opportunities that await within our organization, where your skills, commitment, and dedication can make a tangible difference in the world around us.

Cascadia Conservation District is seeking a highly motivated and skilled individual to join the District as a Habitat Restoration Technician I. This seasonal, fulltime position will assist with the District’s habitat restoration program. This position works to implement habitat restoration projects to benefit salmonid species and water quality in Chelan County. The Habitat Restoration Technician I will work with landowners, crews and project partners to implement high priority habitat restoration projects.

Salary: Starting at $19.00-$21.99 per hour, Depending on Qualifications and Experience

Benefits: Paid Sick Leave, Paid Washington State, Holidays, Paid Medical, Dental and Vision, Eligible for Washington State PERS Retirement

Hours: Up to 40 hours per week

Location: Office located in Wenatchee, Washington. Travel within Chelan County frequent.

To Apply: Submit cover letter and resume with at least three (3) references to Ryan Williams at the following link: Open until filled. Applications will be reviewed after February 24, 2024 Cascadia CD is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

More information about the position at the following links:

"What a country chooses to save is what a country chooses to say about itself."
- Mollie Beattie, Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service from 1993-1996