Urban Green- NY Community Youth Crew- Senior Memeber at Randall's Island Park Alliance

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Position Summary

Support leaders and team in daily tasks.This project will focus on several different aspects of conservation stewardship within NYC. Crew members will be introduced to safe and effective tool use. Crew members will work in collaboration with other youth crew members. Crew members will engage in various service activities including trail maintenance, invasive species management, wetland restoration and urban forestry. The goals of these projects are to improve the ecological integrity of the natural areas within NYC and ultimately aid in climate resiliency.

Schedule

June 10, 2024 - August 9, 2024

Key Duties and Responsibilities

Support leaders and team in daily tasks. As a senior member, role model positive work ethic. Arrive on time for scheduled work days either at the work site or designated meeting location; help to lead team in hands on physical service work.

Marginal Duties

Positive attitude

Positive Team Player

Required Qualifications

Support Leader and Team initiatives

Role modelling professionalism

Ability to follow up for all onboarding needs.

Responsiveness to all communications from SCA leaders and Staff

Completion of surveys

Punctual

Good attendance

Ability to perform physical tasks

Preferred Qualifications

Positive leadership characteristics

Punctual

Consistent attendance

Hours

35 per week

Living Accommodations

None - day program

Hours

35 per week

Living Accommodations

NA

Compensation

$18/hr for 35 hrs/wk

All allowances are subject to applicable federal, state, and local taxes.

Personal Vehicle Information

NA

Additional Benefits

Workers Compensation AmeriCorps: Not Eligible

Equal Opportunity Statement

SCA strives to cultivate a work environment that encourages fairness, teamwork, and respect among all staff members. SCA is committed to maintaining a work atmosphere in which people of diverse backgrounds and lifestyles may grow personally and professionally. The Student Conservation Association, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.

Physical requirements and working conditions specific to the position are available in the full job description.