‚Äč  Southern California Mountains Foundation 

  Seasonal Internships & Full-Time Positions 

 

 

The nonprofit Southern California Mountains Foundation (SCMF) is now accepting applications for a slate of 7 paid positions consisting of 3 seasonal internships and 4 full-time positions.  SCMF believes that connecting communities to public lands is the key to their survival.  They mobilize individuals to inspire and engage in environmental citizenship. 

To that end, the organization is looking for individuals interested in working outdoors, engaging the public through education and community service, possessing very good communications skills and leadership strengths in motivating and managing its employees and team of 700 volunteers to achieve program outcomes.

The following positions are open and applications are being accepted as noted.  For more detail on each position including description and qualifications, the job postings are detailed on their web site at MountainsFoundation.org.  The Southern California Mountains Foundation is an equal opportunity employer.

Internships

Environmental Educator and Program Lead Internship; 2 positions; open until filled
Reporting locations: (1) Big Bear Discovery Center, Fawnskin; (1) National Children’s Forest, Running Springs
Full-time; 12-week position; May/June – September; 40 hours/week; $10/hour
Weekend work is required; tentative schedule Thursday - Sunday; 8:00am – 5:30pm

Send resume, cover letter, and three references to Meredith Brandon, Youth and Interpretive Services Manager, at mbrandon@mountainsfoundation.org

Off Highway Vehicle Education Internship; resumes due May 11, 2015
Reporting location:  Big Bear Discovery Center, Fawnskin

Full-time 12-week position; May/June – September; $10/hour
Weekend work is required; tentative schedule Thursday - Sunday; 8am – 5:30pm.

Send resume, cover letter and three references to Rick Lavello, OHV Program Director, rlavello@mountainsfoundation.org

Full-Time Positions
Recycling Manager, resumes due May 8, 2015

Reporting location:  Urban Conservation Corps of the Inland Empire (UCCIE) office, 378 E. Orange Show Road, San Bernardino

Full-time; 40 hours/week; Monday- Friday; 9-5pm
Benefits included; Salary range $35,000-$45,000 based upon experience

Submit resume, cover letter and three references to Irene Lopez, UCCIE San Bernardino Site Director, at ilopez@mountainsfoundation.org; or, hand carry to office location

 

Warehouse and Vehicle Supervisor; resumes due by May 8, 2015

Reporting location:  Urban Conservation Corps of the Inland Empire (UCCIE) office, 378 E. Orange Show Road, San Bernardino

Full-time position; 40 hours/week; Monday-Friday; some weekend work required

Benefits included; $13.00 to $18.00 per hour, based on experience

Submit resume, cover letter and three references to Irene Lopez, UCCIE Site Director, by email to ilopez@mountainsfoundation.org; or, hand carry to office location

 

Forest Resource Monitor; position open until filled
Reporting location:  Big Bear Ranger Station, Fawnskin

Full-time seasonal position: 40 hours/week; tentative schedule Saturday-Wednesday; 8:00am-4:30pm; Weekend work required; $12.00 - $15.00/hour based on experience

Send resume, cover letter and three references to Juli Goss, Restoration Manager; jgoss@mountainsfoundation.org


Off Highway Vehicle Monitoring Coordinator; position open until filled
Reporting location:  Big Bear Ranger Station, Fawnskin
Full-time position; 40 hours/week; tentative schedule Monday-Friday; 8:00am - 4:30pm
Benefits included; weekend work required $12.00 – $15.00/hour or salary based on experience
Send resume, cover letter and three references to Juli Goss, Restoration Manager; jgoss@mountainsfoundation.org

 

 

About the Southern California Mountains Foundation:  The Southern California Mountains Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that supports youth development through conservation initiatives integrating environmental education, training and hands-on service projects; protects our natural resources  through adult and family-led programming; and provides interpretive services that focus on outdoor recreation, responsible use, and stewardship of our natural environment.  The Mountains Foundation achieves its mission by raising money, organizing critical volunteer resources, and creating and managing programs focused on health, stewardship and sustainability of our Southern California mountains and urban public lands.   Visit www.MountainsFoundation.org