Position: Youth Programs Assistant Crew Leader
Location: Office in Steamboat Springs, CO – Crews will serve in Routt County and NW Colorado

Crews: Yampa Valley Service Learning Crew (SLC) – participants age 11-13
Yampa Valley Community Development Crew (CDC) – participants age 14-15

Regional Service Crew (RSC) – participants age 16-18

Regional SLC & CDC – participants ages 10-16 (various communities across NW Colorado)
Session Dates: SLC tentative program dates May 23th – August 18th

CDC tentative program dates May 11th – August 18th
RSC tentative program dates May 11th – August 18th
YEP tentative program dates May 11th – August 18th

All Youth Programs OFF June 30th – 4th

Youth Programs Rendezvous/Mid-season training July 5th-8th
Stipend: Weekly living stipend of $393

AmeriCorps Benefits:

CDC & RSC – $1493 AmeriCorps Education Award (450 hour term)

(Upon successful completion of the season)
Plus: Food while camping with the crew, transportation, opportunity to receive a Wilderness First Aid Certification, additional recreational and educational opportunities
Duties and Responsibilities:
Mentor and serve alongside of a crew of 8-16 crew members (depending on which crew) in all day-to-day activities, on the project site and around camp
Support the physical and emotional wellbeing of the crew members
Participate in RMYC Crew Leader training, field training and mid-session training (Youth Programs Rendezvous) and post session de-rigging/inventory and debriefing
Assist with transporting crew safely in RMYC’s 12/15-passenger vans or other vehicles
Assist with daily and weekly documentation of crew service and activities, time spent serving, assist with mid-season and end of season evaluations, etc.
Assist with overseeing base camp operations including camp set-up, vehicle maintenance, camp hygiene and all other elements involved with adherence to RMYC policy
Assist Crew Leader with project logistics
Report regularly to Crew Leader, Field Coordinator and Program Manager
Co-facilitate Seed Curriculum/Evidence Based curriculum – required educational activities
Co-facilitate weekly or weekend recreational opportunities in conjunction with daily schedule
Perform duties expected of any corps member including trail/service, meal preparation, cleanup/setup, and other day-to-day duties
Conduct routine vehicle/driver, camp and project safety audits to uphold the RMYC risk management program
Adhere to and enforce rules and regulations as specified in the RMYC Employee Guidelines Handbook


Must be 21 years old – insurance policy for driving
Outdoor Leadership experience with youth age 10-18 is preferred
Familiarity with camping skills and leave no trace practices
Ability to work on diverse teams or with a diverse range of people
Strong organizational skills, ability to work independently but also collectively, self-motivated, confident, flexible, and open-minded
Ability to clearly and effectively communicate in a written and oral manner
Good driving record
Pre-service background screening required, including FBI background check
Must be able to provide proof of eligibility to work in the United States
The Assistant Leader position is classified as Temporary Regular Exempt and is a seasonal position.
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Rocky Mountain Youth Corps is committed to the inclusion of members with all levels of ability. Reasonable accommodations are available upon request. This program is available to all, without regard to race, color,

national origin, disability, age, sex, political affiliation, or religion.

Rocky Mountain Youth Corps P.O. Box 775504  Steamboat Springs, CO 80477 [email protected]   (970) 879-2135 x105  www.rockymountainyouthcorps.org

About Rocky Mountain Youth Corps

Rocky Mountain Youth Corps engages young people in the outdoors, inspiring them to use their strengths and potential to lead healthy, productive lives. We teach responsibility for self, community and environment through teamwork, service and experiential education.
Being part of an RMYC crew involves spending a season living and working with a team of 8-10 people and completing meaningful conservation projects throughout northwest Colorado and Wyoming. Corps members live and work together 24/7 in a camping environment, completing priority projects during the week, and exploring the beautiful outdoor spaces of the Rocky Mountains on the weekends. Participation involves hard work in tough conditions, but makes for amazing memories and experiences.