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Assistant District Manager - Young Adult Program
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Deadline to Apply:
Tuesday, November 8, 2016, 4:30pm
- Location: St. Paul, MN
- Schedule: Full-time, exempt (salaried), Monday through Thursday, 7:00 AM - 5:30 PM (typical)
- Benefits: Health and dental insurance, paid time off, 401(k) Safe Harbor retirement saving plan
The Assistant District Manager (ADM) position is integral to the AmeriCorps Field Program’s goal of accomplishing challenging work projects, as well as providing training, education, coordination and leadership to ensure a positive and safe experience for all AmeriCorps participants. The ADM assists the District/Program Manager in day-to-day program operations, project management, and AmeriCorps member personnel management (hiring, performance management, and termination).
- Supervisory and leadership experience (preferably with college age cohort) and ability to effectively interact with young adults from diverse cultural, socioeconomic, and ethnic backgrounds.
- Knowledge of human relations to assist with staff and AmeriCorps member personnel management; ability to lead, delegate, supervise, mentor, and positively influence others.
- Working knowledge of natural resource project management such as trail maintenance and construction, shoreline/watershed restoration, forest/prairie management, and wildlife habitat improvement.
- Experience with hand and power tools, tree felling and chainsaw operations, and construction.
- Demonstrated experience in coordinating and facilitating programming and training.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills for internal management and external outreach.
- Initiative and ability to work well with minimal supervision, multi-task, and be flexible in responsibilities.
- Valid driver’s license and good driving record.
- A current First Aid/CPR certificate or better and Red Cross Trainer certification (or ability to secure and maintain it)
- Red card certification and wildland firefighting/disaster response experience.
- Familiarity with AmeriCorps and local, state and federal natural resource agencies.
- Four-year degree in a related field is preferred.
- Help develop a training plan for regional staff and AmeriCorps members and communicate timeline and curriculum in partnership with the District/Program Manager.
- Develop, provide, and coordinate required trainings such as defensive driving, vehicle operation and maintenance, ATV, trailering, tool and equipment use and safety, herbicide application, prescribed burning/wildland fire, tree ID, CPR and First Aid and on-the-job trainings for crews starting new jobs or using specialized tools, in partnership with the Field Coordinator.
- Assist in coordinating program-wide corpsmember orientations and regional training events and education days.
- Keep current training logs for all corpsmembers.
- Conduct annual site safety visits per assigned crew.
- Perform project specific “mini” safety reviews while in the field working with crews.
- Distribute monthly safety message to all crews within the district.
- Assist in developing new and/or improved safety trainings, presentations, manuals, etc.
- Clear AmeriCorps members for service after reviewing medical history forms at term start
- Keep work areas, offices, shops and vehicles neat and orderly - conduct repairs, clean, oil, and grease equipment as needed.
- Collect and record annual equipment inventory for each assigned crew.
- Assure proper safety and maintenance of fleet and equipment.
- Shuttle vehicles and equipment as needed.
- Spend time directly with crews in the field (trainings, site safety visits and working with crews).
- Assist with regional AmeriCorps member recruitment and conduct interviews, hiring/exit paperwork and orientations/end term events.
- Mediate Corpsmember conflict and implement discipline (i.e. incident reports) in accordance with AmeriCorps and Corps policy, as directed by the District/Program Manager.
- Manage AmeriCorps member performance evaluation process at 60 days/mid-term and at service end.
- Facilitate regular communications between Field Specialists/Coordinators and leaders/members.
- Perform spike camp and emergency response duties as assigned.
- Assist in project management for field crews, ensuring that projects are accomplished in an efficient, safe, and consistent manner.
- Review/coordinate/schedule assigned projects with project hosts and Field Specialists/Coordinators and Crew Leaders. Inform crew leaders of schedules, daily plans, tasks, and responsibilities.
- Relay work progress and completion to project host and District/Program Manager, ensuring that assigned projects stay within guidelines and hours of contract.
- Ensure proper equipment and training are in place before projects begin.
- Prepare invoices for completed projects and submit to District/Program Manager, when appropriate.
- Coordinate meals and lodging for spike trips.
- Distribute project evaluations for all assigned projects when complete.
- Participate in MIFC Duty Officer Rotation, coordinating on-call crews with DNR Forestry needs
- Assist in developing new projects and partners.
- Collect, review and submit timesheets and work accomplishment reports to Central office.
- Collect, review, track and code credit card receipts and expense reports for regional crews and submit to Central office each month.
- Review, sign, and submit all vehicle/employee accident reports to appropriate departments in cooperation with the District/Program Manager.
- Attend and actively participate in staff meetings and conference calls.
- Represent the Conservation Corps at outreach events.
- Assist in developing new Conservation Corps printed and electronic materials by taking pictures, creating PowerPoint presentations, submitting articles and project updates, etc.
- Assist the development office in outreach and fundraising efforts as applicable.
- Assist in recruitment and marketing efforts.
How to Apply:
DEADLINE: November 8, 2016
For more information, visit our employment page at http://www.conservationcorps.org/employment
To apply, submit a cover letter and resume (electronic submission only) to HR@conservationcorps.org
Questions? Contact Central District Manager Dorian Hasselmann at (651) 209-9900 x 20