The Rocky Mountain Field Institute (RMFI) seeks a Field Coordinator (FC) to
aid in the planning, administration, and management of RMFI’s trail,
restoration, and education field programs. The FC serves as a lead field
instructor, responsible for on-the-ground management of field programs,
supervising and instructing field staff, interns, and volunteers in trail
and restoration projects throughout Southern Colorado. Primary duties
include planning and managing single and multi-day field projects;
instructing field staff, interns, and volunteers in trail and restoration
techniques; overseeing tool, equipment, and food logistics; maintaining
RMFI’s warehouse and vehicles; and maintaining project work and photo logs.
The FC ensures quality work standards, the highest degree of safety, and an
enjoyable experience for all RMFI program participants.
The Rocky Mountain Field Institute is a nonprofit organization based in
Colorado Springs, Colorado. RMFI’s mission is to promote the conservation
and stewardship of public lands in the Southern Rocky Mountain region
through volunteer-based trail and restoration projects, environmental
education and restoration research.
Please see http://www.rmfi.org/about-
the position and application instructions.