Eastern Nevada Landscape Coalition (ENLC) is currently seeking a recreation
technician for our upcoming 2017 field season. Located in Ely, Nevada, ENLC
is a non-profit conservation organization comprised of public, private, and
non-profit partners dedicated to the restoration of Western ecosystems
through collaborative partnerships. ENLC conducts a variety of vegetation,
wildlife, travel management, and recreational monitoring projects
throughout Nevada and surrounding states. ENLC is requesting applications
for one (1) recreation/GIS technician.
RECREATION TECHNICIAN MONITORING DUTIES: Technician will work alone
mapping single track mountain bike trails and single track motorcycle
trails in the Steptoe Valley portion of the Ely BLM District.
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Applicants should have a recreation or natural
resource degree with a strong emphasis on GIS, or a geography degree with a
strong emphasis on GIS. The ideal applicant will have excellent GIS skills,
mountain bike and dirt bike experience. The applicant must also have
experience using a variety of GPS units, driving a 4WD pickup and be
comfortable working in remote areas by themselves. Applicants should be
able to operate an mountain bike and/or dirt bike for several hours at a
time. Preferred applicants will be experienced with mountain bikes, dirt
bikes, 4WD vehicles, pulling a trailer, GPS navigation, and have had a
clean driving record for the past 3 years.
SALARY: $18-$20/hour depending on experience
SCHEDULE: Technician should be available to begin in early May and
continue through late August or early September until the work is complete,
whichever comes first. Work schedule will be four days on (10 hour days)
three days off.
Applicants should email a cover letter, resume, and the contact information
for at least three references to Betsy Macfarlan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Insert “Recreation Technician” in the subject line. Materials should be
emailed by March 31, 2017. For more information, please visit our website
(http://www.envlc.org) or email any questions to Betsy Macfarlan at