Montana Conservation Corps
About the organization
MCC enrolls over 300 young adult AmeriCorps members in crew-based and individual intern positions. Additionally, our youth programs mobilize hundreds of Montana teens in transformative corps experiences. MCC's innovative curriculum is grounded in the four pillars of connection to People, Place, Power, and future Pathways. Through these experiences, these emerging leaders may transform their passions into actions.
By weaving together leadership development, teamwork, civic engagement, and work-skills training with direct service to our lands and communities, MCC helps teens and young adults develop competencies for achieving success. Through their service, our participants experience the full measure of their character and discover their capacity to lead change in their communities and, just as importantly, in their own lives.
This position is for an experienced individual with an interest and passion for helping to deliver MCC’s mission of developing young leaders, contributing to social change, and improving our environment.
The Regional Program Manager staff position is responsible for the internal operations and day-to-day management of Montana Conservation Corps (MCC) field programs and participants within a region, including the supervision of regional Field Coordinators. Primary duties include participant hiring and onboarding, program implementation, quality monitoring and reporting of all MCC field programs operating within the region, oversight of member and leader progress toward completion of program objectives, compliance with all MCC policies, procedures, protocols, and adherence to safety and administrative standards.
Montana Conservation Corps is on the frontlines of conservation and equity in the Northern Rockies and Plains, offering transformative experiences for a new generation of young leaders. Join our team and help young people thrive with hope and purpose, and the skills to turn passion into action.
● Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work experience
● Previous supervision experience
● Strong interpersonal and administrative skills, ability to effectively communicate through written word and orally
● Three years of experience in youth development, outdoor recreation, education, or natural resource work
● Relevant technical skills including trail maintenance and construction, chainsaw use and maintenance,
fencing, stream bank restoration, Leave No Trace and back country travel
● Ability to be away on overnight trips for up to a week at a time, often camping in a tent
● Proficient with Microsoft Word and Excel, cloud-based collaborative systems, as well as G Suite for businesses
● Minimum age of 21
● A valid driver’s license, ability to pass a Motor Vehicle Records check and ability to be insurable per MCC
● Ability to attain Wilderness Advanced First-Aid/CPR certification; advanced levels of First-Aid preferred
● Ability to pass a Criminal History Check
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