Colorado Open Lands - Data & Direct Mail Manager

Colorado Open Lands is growing our charitable giving team with the addition of a Data & Direct Mail Manager. This person will be charged with leading, managing, and being accountable for COL’s data, contact/donor management platforms, and direct mail campaigns. This is an opportunity to join a growing and dynamic organization dedicated to protecting Colorado’s most significant land-based resources.  This position reports to the Director of Philanthropy, and is based in Lakewood, CO, with teleworking options available.

This position is .75 FTE (30 hours/week), salary of $31,500 and is eligible for a full benefits package. Our competitive compensation package includes: 401k plan with corporate match, health insurance (medical, dental, & vision, health savings account), life and disability insurance, paid time off and a collaborative, flexible work environment. To apply, email cover letter, résumé, and three relevant references to Brandy Bertram at See full job description at: Colorado Open Lands Careers.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife - Temp Policy and Planning Assistant

The Policy and Planning Section at Colorado Parks and Wildlife is seeking a temporary Policy and Planning Assistant (40 hrs/week with a 9-month term) to help with a variety of high priority planning, policy, and public involvement projects. Primary duties include information and data collection and analysis; supporting public involvement, policy, and planning activities; preparing meeting materials, memos, or sections of documents related to a wide variety of state park, wildlife, outdoor recreation, and natural resource issues; and assisting with administrative tasks and other general office duties as assigned.

The ideal candidate will have an undergraduate or graduate degree in Planning, Outdoor Recreation, Natural Resources Management, Wildlife Management/Biology or related field with relevant experience and interest in the planning, parks, wildlife, and/or the outdoor recreation profession.  Experience with Microsoft Office, email, and internet research is required. Experience with online survey development and Access is a plus. Candidates should also be well organized, detail-oriented, have excellent communication skills (oral and written), able to work independently, multi-task effectively and possess an overall positive attitude.

To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and writing sample via e-mail. Submittals should be directed to: with "Policy and Planning Assistant Position" in subject line. Qualified applicants will be contacted to schedule an interview in the Denver area.

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado - Seasonal Project Manager

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado has a new opening for the role of Seasonal Project Manager. We’re looking to hire someone ASAP to help us manage our 2017 volunteer outdoor stewardship project season. This is a full-time, term-limited position located in Denver, CO. The Seasonal Project Manager works with the VOC program team to provide professional project management, logistical support and volunteer leadership coordination on VOC volunteer projects administratively and in the field. Click here to view the full description and apply. Applications are due June 2.

JeffCo - Senior Specilaists

The JCOS Natural Resources team is pleased to announce that advertisements for our two Senior Specialist positions are now live on We are hiring a Plant Ecologist and a Wildlife Ecologist - the positions are advertised separately due to the different skills and experience required for each. Both positions will have key roles related to resource inventory and monitoring, developing and implementing conservation and management plans, engaging park visitors and volunteers, and advancing JCOS’s science-based land management framework.

The direct links to the position announcements are:
Sr. Specialist (Plant Ecologist) 
Sr. Specialist (Wildlife Ecologist)

Please spread the word, and encourage qualified applicants to apply. Applications are due June 7 at 6pm.

City of Denver - Downtown Parks Program Coordinator

Denver Parks and Recreation is seeking an enthusiastic and passionate professional for the position of Downtown Parks Program Coordinator to play an integral part in implementing The Outdoor Downtown plan in Denver.  The Outdoor Downtown is a 20-year strategic plan focused on the future of downtown Denver's parks and public spaces; and creating a vibrant, livable and healthy Downtown. Click here for the full job description and to apply. This position is open until filled.

JeffCo- Administration and Real Estate Manager

Jefferson County is currently seeking a Administration & Real Estate Manager with a strong background in annual budget development and administration of related financial planning strategies. This position will play an integral role in maintaining, administering, and coordinating the budget process of the five operating teams and three other Divisions of the Parks Department. This includes forecasting annual Open Space sales tax and all applicable revenue sources, grants program funding, capital projects and operation. The selected candidate will have the opportunity to work for a county that values collaboration and overcoming challenges. Jeffco Parks & Open Space Department prides itself on a being a team that is innovative, action oriented and has fun while working hard to fulfill our mission.

If this describes you and you're seeking this type of adventure, we invite you to apply to Job #2017-125:

The Audubon Society of Great Denver - Educator

The Audubon Society of Greater Denver is looking for a dedicated, energetic and enthusiastic individual to join our education team! This full-time position will be responsible for  planning, preparing, and teaching environmental educational programs (about birds, habitats, watersheds, water quality, and conservation) for school-aged students, families, adults and children. Please send a cover letter and resume to: 

Click here for the full job description. Position is open until June 9 or until 50 applications have been received, whichever occurs first.

Colorado Youth Corps Association - Associate Director

Colorado Youth Corps Association is seeking a new Associate Director. This is an opportunity to join a statewide nonprofit that serves a vibrant, impactful community of 9 accredited conservation corps performing diverse conservation projects!  We also hold the largest AmeriCorps grant in Colorado so any relevant experience or credentials are highly-valued. Interested candidates should review the position description here and complete the attached application.  Materials are due to CYCA by June 11. 

Arapahoe County Open Spaces - Client Relations Specialist

Arapahoe County's Open Spaces Department is recruiting for a Client Relations Specialist who is responsible for coordinating and administering rentals and events that occur at the Fairgrounds Event Center and Park and other Heritage facilities such as Arapahoe County's treasure the 17 Mile House. Click here for the full job description and instructions to apply. Applications are due May 28.

Forestry Tech - Ken-Caryl Ranch

The Ken-Caryl Ranch Metropolitan District is accepting applications for a full-time Forestry Technician. Under the general guidance of the Landscape Foreman the successful applicant will be part of a highly motivated parks maintenance team. The Forestry Technician will be responsible for a variety of duties in the maintenance and care of trees and shrubs in the District’s parks and greenbelts. Click here to access the Ken-Caryl's jobs board and instructions to apply. This position is open until filled.

CCA and CCALT - Fellowships

Colorado Cattlemen’s Association and Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust
Fellowships for Future Conservation and Beef Industry Professionals

CCA and CCALT offers (2) post-bachelor fellowships to develop future conservation and beef industry professionals who seek additional qualifications and experiences previous to entering their chosen career path.

The funded fellowships will span a one-year (12 month) time frame focusing on basics of trade association and land trust competencies in Colorado’s ranching and beef production industry.  The fellows will serve as support staff across all sectors of each association.  The varied experience will deliver broad association management knowledge, coupled with strategic execution of programs and services.  Fellows will also experience each organization’s extended networks, and have the opportunity to explore areas of personal interest. Click here for the full description. The fellowships are open until selected.

Front Range Community College - PT Instructor

The Front Range Community College Geospatial Sciences Department is seeking a part-time non-benefited instructor to teach Survey for GIS I (GIS 260) and II (GIS 260) starting August 22, 2017.  GIS 260 will meet Wednesday s 900 to 1300 between August 22, 2017 and December 12, 2017 on the FRCC Boulder County Campus located at 2121 Miller Dr, Longmont.  Spring semester meeting time may be negotiable for the right candidate.

The ideal candidate will have had 7-10 years of Land Survey experience, be energetic and enthusiastic about the subject matter and have passion to teach.  Please review the attached PDF documents regarding the learning objectives and course outline for both GIS 260 and GIS 261. To apply, complete the application at this link, as well as sending a copy of your cover letter, including your teaching philosophy to: jennifer.muha(at) This position is open until filled.


Great Outdoors Colorado - Communications Intern

The communications intern at Great Outdoors Colorado will join the communications coordinator, director of communications, and full GOCO staff at the organization’s downtown Denver office. The communications intern will roll up their sleeves and assist the communications team with a variety of activities that amplify GOCO’s storytelling and outreach efforts, and help support the smooth launch of the organization’s major communications program in May. This position reports to GOCO’s communications coordinator. Download the full job description and application instructions. This position is open until filled.

If you are interested in learning more about our staff and their experience prior to working at GOCO, visit GOCO does not offer volunteer opportunities. If you are interested in volunteering on an outdoor recreation project, please contact Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado or Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

Great Outdoors Colorado - Senior Accountant

The senior accountant at Great Outdoors Colorado is primarily responsible for the accounting functions related to revenue and expenditures for GOCO's daily operations.  They are also responsible for maintaining the policies and procedures related to the internal controls for revenue and expenditures. This position reports to GOCO’s controller. Download the full job description and application instructions. This position is open until filled.

Leave No Trace - Traveling Teams Manager

Leave No Trace is hiring for our Traveling Teams Manager position. The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainer program has been the Center’s most outward facing for nearly 20 years, putting teams of educators on the road to bring Leave No Trace training and workshops to schools, agencies, events, and more. The Traveling Team Manager is responsible for overseeing that program, managing a staff of 8 remote, full-time employees, and working with a plethora of stakeholders across the country. Click here for the full job description and instructions to apply. This position is open until filled.

The Greenway Foundation - Summer Env Educator

The Greenway Foundation is looking for a high energy educator to help facilitate our summer day camp located at Joe Shoemaker School. Summer Camp Teachers will lead campers through daily activities, crafts and games about the environment along the Cherry Creek! Click here for the full job announcement and apply online at Position is open until filled.