PCC is an environmental nonprofit that works to protect and enhance the biodiversity and habitat along Putah Creek. Our passionate staff and community volunteers help foster appreciation and personal connections for California native plants, environmental stewardship, and more along Putah Creek.
Current Job Openings
The Spring 2023 OneCreek program is set to run for 8 weeks from the first week of April through the last week of May, with a week off for Spring Break.
This is a paid seasonal technician opportunity based on $15.50/hour.
Putah Creek Council is bringing back the successful OneCreek Seasonal Restoration Technician Program this spring. This program has gained popularity among people looking to gain experience in the habitat restoration and conservation fields. Make valuable connections with local agency representatives, experts, and stakeholders within the Putah Creek Watershed, while gaining hands-on experience in habitat restoration, native plant landscaping, outdoor recreation management, native plant propagation, and nursery operations.
In addition, the program will include science skills development. In an effort to expose participants to the science behind the various restoration projects and research being conducted in the region, PCC has reached out to various experts in the area. Possible activities will include assisting with Restoration Project implementation, learning native plant nursery techniques, and much more!
The program meets twice weekly at various restoration sites within the Putah Creek Watershed and Putah Creek Council’s Native Plant Nursery. Technicians can expect to work 6-8 hours per week, and the program is flexible based on participant schedules. Program participants will work under the supervision of Putah Creek Council staff to gain hands-on experience with plant care and planting, and gain knowledge and experience from meeting and working alongside other regional restoration professionals.
To apply for the Spring 2023 OneCreek | Putah Creek Seasonal Restoration Technician Program, please complete this ONLINE APPLICATION. Rolling applications will be accepted. Technicians will be notified of their final acceptance beginning March 15th.
Education Program Manager
Type: Full-time, hourly, non-exempt
Hourly Pay Range: $24.00 to $27.50/hour ($49,920 – $57,200 annually) Reports to: Executive Director
LOCATION: Putah Creek Council’s office is located near Winters, California
The education program manager oversees all aspects of Putah Creek Council’s education programs, including, but not limited to: curriculum/handbook development; giving classroom lessons, coordinating and conducting field trips and site-based learning events; public outreach; supervising the education assistant, temporary employees, and education volunteers; writing proposals or applications for grants/contracts; and performing the publicity and administrative tasks necessary to ensure program/project success and funding compliance.
As part of the Council staff, the education program manager works cooperatively with the Council’s Board, executive director, stewardship program manager, program and administrative assistants, volunteers, and partners to successfully carry out the Council’s strategic plan consistent with our mission, vision, values and guiding principles.
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If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
PCC Needs Volunteers
We have volunteer opportunities for all sorts of interests. Whether you would like to lead canoe tours to share your love of Putah Creek or get your hands dirty in the Putah Creek Nursery, we’ve got something for you. Join a team or attend an event today!