The National Park Service and the Hispanic Access Foundation are seeking assistance for program development, community engagement, natural resource protection and climate resilience, and other special projects that better promote and build awareness and support for the Partnership Wild and Scenic Rivers Program (PWSR). Position will be a combination of field, office and remote work. Applications accepted through early January. More information available at website.
A bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies or Natural Resources with a strong background in community engagement, climate resiliency, and/or ecology, or equivalent experience in these fields.
Have strong written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills.
Ability to work effectively with a variety of people and develop strong partner networks.
Strong organizational skills.
Experience researching, developing, and publishing content for a variety of platforms and outlets.
Communicate effectively in Spanish.
Local knowledge of the Delaware River Basin or geographic area is a plus but not necessary.
Age under 30 yo. as of January 2022 (up to 35 for veterans)
US citizenship or permanent residency. Fellows must undergo a government background check if selected.
Available to work full-time (40 hours per week)
Hispanic Access Foundation (Hispanic Access) is managing the recruitment for these positions. All applications should be submitted through Hispanic Access' MANO Project application page. A resume and two references will be required for submission. Your application or resume should include professional and educational experience, along with any awards, technical skills or volunteer activities. Application questions or issues may be directed to Nina Marti (email@example.com).