Our Nature team is growing this summer! We are looking for candidates for a variety of roles, supporting our Urban Forest Restoration Program, our Delridge Wetland Park project, and a new undertaking at Roxhill Park. We opened the hiring period yesterday for two new forest restoration interns, bringing us to a total of four available positions on the team:
- Our Urban Forest Restoration Program Interns support the work of the Nature team in the West Duwamish Greenbelt and Longfellow Creek watershed by conducting and leading volunteer-based forest restoration efforts. These two positions work 15 hours a week through December, on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays. The position pays $17.27 per hour. Click here for more info.
- Update 6.10.22: This position has been filled. DNDA’s Environmental Education Specialist will develop and lead our Summer Youth Environmental Justice Program. As part of that program, this position will include recruiting and leading a group of 10-15 high school-aged youth in a paid summer internship. The Summer Youth Environmental Justice Program will focus on the historical ecology of our local landscape, specifically looking at Roxhill Bog in South Delridge. This is a full-time, temporary role through August and pays $23 per hour. Click here for more info.
- Our Summer Environmental Program Assistant position will directly support our Summer Youth Environmental Justice program, as described above. This position will provide support in leading youth interns in exploring how people have co-existed with the land, and in learning about the different customs and cultures of Coast Salish people through wetland plants, animals and traditional stories. This position works 25 hours a week through August, and pays $18 per hour. Click here for more info.
Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association is a registered 501c(3) Seattle-based not for profit organization, which promotes growth in the Delridge corridor by providing vital resources for all our neighbors. These resources include access to affordable housing, green space, healthy food, education, arts and culture.
Persons of Color strongly encouraged to apply
DNDA is an equal opportunity employer. No applicant will be discriminated against because of race, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, political ideology, age, creed, religion, ancestry, national origin, or sensory, mental or physical disability.