Join our team at the Copper River Watershed Project! We are a nonprofit organization based in Cordova, Alaska, with staff and partners throughout the Copper River watershed. The CRWP is passionate about promoting a salmon-rich, intact watershed and culturally diverse communities by forming partnerships for watershed-scale planning and projects.

Current Job Openings at the Copper River Watershed Project:

Title: Invasive Plant Program Manager

Position Type: Regular full-time

Based in a Copper River watershed community. Position open until filled.

The Invasive Plant Program Manager is a permanent position at the CRWP at 80-100%
time annually, depending on funding. This position oversees and coordinates an average of
6 grants per year covering invasive plant surveys, treatments, research, and partnerships
in the Copper River watershed. The Invasive Plant Program Manager spends roughly 60%
of their time completing office related tasks and 40% of their time completing field related
tasks.

View the full position description.

Contact lisa@copperriver.org with any questions.

Title: Aquatic Resources Management Intern

Position Type: Vetswork – Environment Americorps Position

Partner Organization: NOAA & CRWP

Project Location: Cordova – Copper River Watershed Office

Service Dates: February 8, 2021 – December 17, 2021

In partnership with the Mt. Adams Institute (MAI), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Copper River Watershed Project (CRWP), and U.S. Forest Service are recruiting for an Aquatic Resources Management Intern. This Intern will have the opportunity to assist biologists with a broad range of aquatic resource management projects, including fish passage improvement projects, stream habitat restoration, fisheries and aquatic ecology research, support of project management activities and youth education.

View the full position description.

Contact kate@copperriver.org with any questions.

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