Job Opportunities


Hurricane Debris Removal on Interior Forest Roads Project

Crew Leader position open

Must be reliable, good organizational and communication skills, experience working

outdoors, have a valid driver’s license, leadership experience preferred

Crew Member positions open

No experience required, must be enthusiastic about working outdoors

Experience using chainsaws and similar equipment preferred

Project duration will be from August 2019 to July 2020

Community Training Works’ Young American Conservation Corps program and the Apalachicola National

Forest are continuing their partnership in an effort to improve the accessibility to all interior forest roads

damaged by Hurricane Michael

Description of Project Work

– Perform daily tool maintenance and equipment repairs as needed

– Clear hazardous trees and downed trees from interior USFS roads throughout the Apalachicola

National Forest

– Work with Archaeologists performing shovel tests sifting for artifacts

Eligibility Requirements

– Must be between 18 and 25 years of age

– Must be able to carry at least 45 pounds and hike through various terrain for 1 to 4 miles

– Must be enthusiastic about working outdoors with a love and respect for nature

– Able to work in extremely hot, humid, buggy, and wet conditions around insects and wildlife

– Must pass a pre-employment physical and drug screening

– Must have reliable transportation to meet at our Crawfordville office each morning

– Composite, leather boots required – ALL PPE (Personal Protective Equip) WILL BE PROVIDED


– Gain experience working with Fire Crew, Biologists and Archaeologists

– Earn industry recognized certifications such as First Aid, CPR, S212 chainsaw, S130/190 Basic Fire

Management, Waders in the Water

– Crew Members earn a weekly stipend of $360 ($9/hr) Crew Leader up to $600 ($13-15/hr) DOE

– Earn a 1700 hour full time AmeriCorps Education Award of $6,095 upon completion of your

term to use towards college or student loans

– Hiring preferential for any agency working on public lands is granted to each member upon

completion of their term


To Apply: You will find our volunteer application on our website at httpw:// under the Apply

Tab click on Forms. You can also contact Community Training Works, Inc. either by phone at 321-956-3940

or by email at to request a volunteer application. Once the volunteer application has been

received, along with a copy of your resume, you will be contacted for an over the phone interview.

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