The Watershed Restoration Intern will work closely with NFJDWC staff assisting with project implementation, maintenance, and monitoring. The successful applicant will work with the Council’s Restoration Program Coordinator and Restoration Project Coordinators (RPCs). Clear communication and an ability to work independently and as part of a team are integral to the position. Projects may include communication with numerous conservation partners including private landowners, business owners, community members and organizations, Tribes, contractors, coworkers, NFJDWC Board members, and more. A valid driver’s license is required. NFJDWC vehicles are provided to staff for field visits, meetings, etc. The position duties consist of mostly outdoor activities and require the ability to w

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