COVID-19 Update: Dear Applicants and Potential Participants,
Our crews and individual placements have always been the foundation and driving force of this organization. The safety of our participants has always been our utmost priority. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 situation, we have activated an Incident Response Team and are working around the clock to monitor and manage the effects of the outbreak. Conservation Legacy and its programs are strictly following guidelines provided by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO) and local public health agencies. If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to your program or recruitment staff.
We urge everyone to follow CDC and WHO protocols to limit the spread of the virus. We hope that you and your families are well.
Conservation Legacy and Program Staff
CURRENT INDIVIDUAL PLACEMENT OPENINGS
Please see the table below for open positions with Conservation Corps New Mexico. Click the 'Apply Here' link for more information and instructions to apply. If there are no open positions for a particular program or position, please check back soon!
|Archaeological Technician Intern||The BLM Cross Bar Management Area is seeking one qualified individual to assist the BLM's cultural resources program with all aspects of field surveys, reporting, managing spatial data for a variety of projects that involve cultural resource inventories, compiling and interpreting collected information, and cultural resource record management.||Amarillo, TX||March 15, 2021 - March 11, 2022 (anticipated)||Apply Here!|
|Recreation Technician Resource Assistant||The Gila National Forest is providing an opportunity for one qualified individual to serve as a Recreation Technician. This position will provide much needed support in areas such as GIS, data-stewardship, and sustainable recreation planning, with the goal of providing well-rounded, diverse on-the-job experience, and development of usable professional skills with hopes of expanding understanding and awareness of the stewardship of public lands necessary to become effective natural and cultural resource professionals.||Silver City, NM||Mar 15, 2021- Sep 10, 2021||Apply Here!|
|Field Botanist/Aquatic Biologist Assistant||The BLM Taos Field Office is seeking one qualified individual to work with a crew under the mentorship of the Fisheries, Riparian, and Water Resources Biologists, surveying springs and seeps, aquatic species populations and habitats, riparian areas, and NEPA project sites, collecting data and gaining hands-on experience in natural resource management. Spring and seep surveys are important for the health of perennial streams and rivers, riparian birds, fish populations, aquatic and riparian habitats, and water quality. Data collected will be used to create springs reports. The selected individual will receive training from the Spring Stewardship Institute.||Taos, NM||Mar 29, 2021- Sep 3, 2021||Apply Here!|
Individual Placements Recruiter Contacts
Marissa Strong, Individual Placements Program Director
Preston Sands, Individual Placements Program Support Coordinator
David Bennett, Individual Placements Program Support Coordinator