Santa Clara River Conservancy Ventura, California
Job Type Paid permanent

The initial primary duties of SCRC’s Restoration Specialist will be to assist with planning, supervision, implementation, monitoring, and reporting for several major invasive plant removal and native habitat restoration projects underway along the Santa Clara River. The target plant for these restoration efforts is the invasive Arundo donax, within the cottonwood-willow riparian woodland ecological context of the Santa Clara River. The ideal candidate will bring interest, knowledge, and field and research experience in plant ecology and hydrology, restoration of riparian habitats, and environmental monitoring, including biodiversity assessment. The position requires extensive communication with government agencies and landowners, working with regulatory permitting and environmental assessment processes, and close collaboration with technical field staff and scientific advisors and others from partner organizations.

SCRC seeks a candidate who is self-motivated, detail-oriented and able to work independently and collaboratively in a dynamic organizational setting. The candidate will be career-minded and able to help build the future restoration program work of SCRC, including through grant writing and applications, strategic restoration planning and research, and promotion of SCRC’s work in professional settings. 

Job description can be found here: 


Send by email a cover letter, resume, and contact information for at least three professional references to Review of applications will begin January 14, 2019.

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