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NY-NJ Trail Conference Invasive Strike Force Leader
The TCCC Invasives Strike Force (ISF) crew mitigates ecological damage by employing the most effective techniques to stop invasive plants in southern NY. Crew members spend most of their time managing invasive plants in the field and will also gain office experience managing data. If you want to lead a team of peers in environmental restoration projects, network with regional leaders in conservation, and build outdoor leadership and management skills, becoming a leader on the Invasives Strike Force crew might be right for you! The TCCC AmeriCorps crews are trained by industry experts in sustainable trail building, invasive species management, public outreach, volunteer engagement, and outdoor leadership. TCCC members learn and serve outside of the greater NY metropolitan area in one of the nation’s finest systems of public parks. The ISF crew implements the regional strategy of the Lower Hudson Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management by surveying areas for new invaders to the region and responding quickly to priority species using best management practices. Members work with a wide range of park partners at multiple sites throughout southern NY and will be supported by the Terrestrial Invasive Species Project Manager and the Director of Land Stewardship. We are seeking a crew leader who shares our passion for conservation and the outdoors to join us in controlling non-native invasive plant species. Plant identification and management training will be provided, however it is expected that the crew leader will have some experience already. ISF crew members will perform both manual and chemical treatment of invasive plants and will become NY Pesticide Apprentices with opportunity to train and take exams for licensing. This is primarily an outdoor position and includes periods of multi-day camping at work sites. Weekend work is required with Tuesdays and Wednesdays off.
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Member Duties : • Coordinate project logistics and day-to-day activities • Assist with training your three crew members and volunteers on plant identification and removal techniques • Supervise and motivate crew members and volunteers including project management, delegation of tasks, and quality control • Conduct manual and chemical invasive removals and treatments in natural areas • Conduct surveys of natural areas for targeted invasive plants, includes use of hand-held GPS • Learn proper techniques for pesticide application and follow all applicable rules and regulations regarding the use of pesticides • Keep accurate, timely, and detailed records of activities • Collect and log data and prepare reports on work completed • Prepare maps utilizing ArcMap and GPS data collected in the field • Ensure safety precautions are followed, including proper use and care of equipment • Members may not engage in any Prohibited Activities as outlined in the AmeriCorps Member Service Agreement
Program Benefits : Training ,  Stipend ,  Education award upon successful completion of service ,  Housing ,  Living Allowance . 
Terms :
Car recommended ,  Uniforms provided and required . 
Service Areas :
Environment . 
Skills :
Leadership ,  First Aid ,  General Skills ,  Environment . 

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NY-NJ Trail Conference Invasive Strike Force Leader

Program Start/End Date
05/14/2020  -   10/26/2020

Work Schedule Full Time

Age Requirement
Minimum:  18    Maximum:  None

Program Locations NEW YORK   New York City (inc. Long Island CT NJ NY)  


Accepting Applications
From  12/20/2019  To  05/01/2020 

To apply :
Phone  015129348819

Contact Victoria Finn
600 Ramapo Valley Rd.
Mahwah   NJ   07430

Listing ID 92930