Holds a Bachelor’s degree in environmental science, natural resources, botany, ecology, or related field. Working towards a master’s degree is a plus.
Confidence with the identification of native New England plants and exotic/invasive plant species.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Ability to organize, track, and follow projects through to successful completion and report the details of programs.
Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a field and office setting.
Ability to work effectively without direct supervision, and make decisions based on best judgment.
Ability to inspire cooperation and effective communication among individuals, private groups, local, state and federal agencies.
Self-starter who can take on and manage multiple tasks.
Fluency in Microsoft Office suite and e-mail software is essential.
Experience with GPS technology and GIS software is preferred.
Wilderness First Aid strongly encouraged.
Familiarity with the Appalachian Trail and hiking experience is a plus.
Proven ability to travel on foot over rough terrain and for extended periods of time/distance.
Must be willing and able to work a flexible schedule including some weekends.