Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust

Issaquah, Washington

Job Type Temporary
Salary Details $18/hr
Deadline Apr 21, 2021
Required Experience 0 - 1 years


The position expectations listed below are representative of the demeanor, knowledge, and ability of the applicant necessary to successfully carry out the essential duties and responsibilities of the job. Reasonable accommodations can be made as possible.

Interpersonal Communication

  • Professionally represent the Greenway Trust and follow all Greenway Trust policies.
  • Engage, listen to, and learn from people with diverse perspectives and experiences.
  • Possess high standard of courtesy, selflessness, tolerance, hard work, adaptability, and flexibility.

Safety and Risk Management

  • Contribute to a culture of safety on the crew during all Greenway Trust activities and projects.
  • Perform daily COVID-19 self-checks and report any incidents or injuries in a timely manner.

Physical and Mental Fitness

  • Work long days doing manual labor including building common trail structures, moving project materials, and operating equipment.
  • Work and live outside in inclement weather for extended periods of time.


  • Support professional documentation of project metrics, vehicle mileage logs, project reports, COVID-19 check-in forms, and incident reports as needed.


A successful applicant brings a combination of the following certifications, knowledge, and experiences. Reasonable accommodations are possible.

  • Experience with trail maintenance and construction in the Pacific Northwest.
  • One season of trail crew experience.
  • Working knowledge of proper and safe use of trail tools and equipment.
  • Wilderness First Aid or Wilderness First Responder certification.
  • Chainsaw and/or crosscut bucking certification, training, or experience.
  • Interest in native and non-native plant ecology of the Pacific Northwest.
  • Insurable driving record and the ability to drive full-sized trucks on rough terrain, and trailer experience.
  • Experience working in backcountry settings.
  • Relevant education and/or experience in a natural resource field.

Please send in a cover letter, resume, references, any materials you wish to share that are related to your trail maintenance and construction experiences to:

Indicate which position you are applying to in the email subject line. In the cover letter, please address your experience and passion related to trails and how you have engaged in topics of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

This position will be open until filled. Priority given to applications received by April 11, 2021.

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