Join Our Leadership Team

Idaho Conservation Corps Field Leaders perform many roles and are the key to our program’s success. They understand that being a leader is much more than being a boss. They have the drive, commitment, and mental toughness to carry them through the unexpected challenges that arise at the most inopportune of times; a remote location with bad weather, in the middle of trying to complete a mile of new trail, finish a bridge, or eradicate an invasive species. The position is multi-faceted and demanding, but with opportunity for enormous rewards. Successful Crew Leaders demonstrate high standards, good sense, excellent judgment, and the desire to devote themselves to the crew and program alike. The Crew Leader position requires physical aptitude, mental fortitude, and a high level of comfort in the outdoors.
 

Field Leader Positions Overseeing Youth up to age 19
 

Youth Camping Program Field Leaders


As a Field Leader or Assistant Field Leader, you will co-lead a teenage trail crew in one of our many conservation projects scattered across Idaho. You will grow, learn and laugh along with your crew; build solid muscles and lasting friendships. All leaders participating within Youth Programs are hired on as Assistant Field Leads. Evaluations throughout leader trainings will help supervisors determine who will fit best in what role.

 
Session 2020 Dates
Summer Session, Boise, ID 5/22 - 8/22

Camping Field Leader (AmeriCorps) Position Description
 
Camping Crew Leader Position Description
 
Leader Positions Overseeing Adults 19+ Years of Age
 

Young Adult Program Crew Leaders

Our Young Adult Program is an innovative AmeriCorps program designed to provide hands on training and experience to those interested in pursuing employment with conservation corps, land and water resource management agencies, and other outdoor careers. The program integrates team-based work projects, education, and on-site vocational training into an experience that prioritizes personal growth, and the development of conservation work skills. Participants will develop technical skills working on a variety of conservation projects while developing the soft skills needed to be successful in the outdoor industry.
 

Session 2020 Dates
Boise, Summer

4/17 - 7/31

5/22 - 8/21

7/5 - 10/16


 Young Adult Leader Position Description

WoodsBoss
 

2020 WoodsBoss Position  

Woodsbosses (WB) are the face of leadership for field programs at Idaho Conservation Corps. WBs implement dynamic youth programs and/or play a key role in supporting young adult programming. WBs will spend the vast majority of their time in the field, working long days and moving between remote crews on a daily basis for the duration of their position. WBs oversee staff training in partnership with a Programs Coordinator and directly supervise field leaders during program implementation. WBs will help: prepare staff for the successful and safe implementation of projects; provide technical assistance on the worksite; are responsible for performing quality control of service projects; maintain organizational standards of camp life to help ensure the physical, social and emotional well-being of participants; ensure educational programming remains robust; coordinate program orientations and graduations with relevant Programs Coordinator(s); often serve as the first respondent to field incident emergencies. While supporting youth programs, WBs coordinate all aspects of weekend sites (crew rendezvous) such as, but not limited to: recreational opportunities for participants; respite for staff; meaningful reflective time for youth; food and tool logistics and resupply.

 
For more Woodsboss info email info@idahocc.org as 2020 position details are not finalized yet.