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STEWARDSHIP PARTNERS JOB ANNOUNCEMENT:
SNOQUALMIE STEWARDSHIP HABITAT RESTORATION CREW MEMBER
Location: Snoqualmie Valley, WA (Carnation, Duvall, Fall City, Monroe, North Bend & Snoqualmie).
Some work outside of the Snoqualmie Valley may take place.
Position Description: This full time position (average 40 hrs. /wk. depending on funding/weather) with
Stewardship Partners; a Seattle based non-profit conservation organization. Work is focused in the
Snoqualmie Valley, along the Snoqualmie River and its tributaries with agricultural landowners. Crew
Members assist in implementing habitat restoration project Best Management Practices (BMPs) that
may include invasive plant control, riparian planting, wetland enhancement, erosion control, volunteer
event management, green infrastructure feature installation & maintenance, and partner/landowner
relations. Crew Members also help with our annual Feast on the Farm fundraiser.
Specific tasks include but are not limited to the following:
• Planting native trees, shrubs and livestakes
• Invasive plant species removal
• Site prep including spreading grass seed, site cleanup and installing plant protectors.
• Restoration site maintenance and monitoring
• Rain garden installation, maintenance, and monitoring
• Biofiltration box installation and maintenance
• Data capture and reporting
• Volunteer event management
• Plant salvage of native species such as alders, dogwoods, and willows
Qualifications:
• Self-starter, ability to work in a team environment.
• Ability to conduct manual labor and work in inclement weather
• Background in Natural Sciences, Ecology, Environmental Science, is desirable
• Knowledge of local ecology and native plants helpful (but not required)
• Must be at 18 years of age
• Must have personal vehicle and a valid driver’s license
• Snoqualmie Valley residents encouraged to apply
Compensation: $20/hour to start
To apply: send inquiries and resumes to Chris LaPointe, Director of Ecological Restoration
cl@stewardshippartners.org or call 206-292-9875