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Washington Conservation Corps

Becoming a crew supervisor

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12-month member positions.
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As a Crew Supervisor with the Washington Conservation Corps, you will lead young adults, typically ages 18-25. As a Crew Supervisor, you will promote a strong work ethic, positive attitude, and a commitment to service while accomplishing high-quality environmental projects.

The WCC is looking for Crew Supervisors competent in watershed restoration, fencing, wetland mitigation, trail construction and other skills in the environmental field. Strong supervisory skills are required. You must be able to communicate well, both verbally and in writing, have a good driving record, and have a strong knowledge of hand and power tools. The Crew Supervisor is the primary liaison between WCC Headquarters office and the WCC members. Supervisors must develop and maintain a good working relationship with project sponsors, WCC members and WCC Headquarters staff.

Other Duties Include:

  • WCC member recruitment and training
  • Project solicitation and oversight
  • Development of community contacts
  • Development and retention of sponsors
  • Public presentations
  • Community service and project promotion

Want to be a Supervisor?

  • View Forest Technician Position Information
  • Crew Supervisor positions are posted, as they occur, on Ecology's Job Opportunities website. The application for supervisory positions will be made available at www.careers.wa.gov.
  • A criminal history check is required as a condition of employment. This check will entail a search of the Washington State Patrol, FBI, and National Sex Offender Registry.

    Members at Chelan


North Puget Sound (Skagit, Snohomish, Whatcom):
Kevin Farrell

Eastern/Central Washington, South Puget Sound:
Roland McGill

Peninsula and SW Washington:
Jason Ouellette

Central Puget Sound (King and Pierce):
Liz Esikoff