Careers

The Greenway is hiring!

Communications Manager

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Mountains to Sound Greenway is one of the nation’s newest National Heritage Areas. We are seeking a savvy and creative communications professional with experience in brand development and communications strategy who can help leverage this new recognition to raise public awareness of the Greenway and build greater support for this special place.

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Volunteer Associate

The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust will sponsor one Volunteer Associate position through the Washington Service Corps (WSC) AmeriCorps program. This position offers an opportunity to mobilize volunteers and gain natural resources management experience in a blend of forest and riparian ecosystems from Seattle to Central Washington. As part of our Stewardship Team, you will serve closely with our partners and volunteers to conserve and enhance the landscape by maintaining trails, combatting invasive weeds, and installing native plants throughout the Greenway.

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Restoration Associate

The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust will sponsor four Restoration Associate positions through the Washington Service Corps (WSC) AmeriCorps program. Serving with the Greenway Trust offers an opportunity to gain natural resources management experience in a blend of forest and aquatic ecosystems from Seattle to Central Washington. As an integral of our Stewardship Team, you will serve closely with our partners and volunteers to combat invasive weeds and install native plants throughout the Greenway. Your hard work will result in improved forest and ecological health for Greenway natural areas.

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Education Associate

The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust will sponsor two Education Associates through the Washington Service Corps (WSC) AmeriCorps program. Serving with the Greenway Trust offers an opportunity to help youth make personal, positive connections with the natural world, gain teaching experience in the classroom and in the field, and gain natural resource management experience in a blend of forest and riparian ecosystems. As an integral part of our Education Program, you will help empower youth with knowledge and skills they need to become conservation leaders.

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