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The Utah Conservation Corps (UCC) is an AmeriCorps program dedicated to developing the conservation leaders of tomorrow.
Field Office Locations: Logan, Utah | Cedar City, Utah | Moab, Utah
Term of Service Dates: February 16 – November 22, 2022
Schedule: Full-time commitment, hours & schedule vary week to week. Nearly 100% of time is spent on
projects in the field.
• AmeriCorps Living Allowance of $825.00 paid twice per month for Spring; Increased to $975.00
paid twice per month for Summer and Fall.
• Segal AmeriCorps Education Award, $6,345.00 (available upon successful completion of term)
• Health Insurance benefit of up to $100.00 a month on new plans through the Marketplace on
• Forbearance on qualifying student loans while in service
• Conservation Leadership Training and Experience
• Wilderness First Responder Certification
• Option to qualify through UCC National USFS Chainsaw Program as an A faller, apprentice
• Utah Non-commercial Pesticide Applicator License
• Member Assistance Program
POSITION OVERVIEW & TRAINING
The UCC Crew Leader position focuses on providing opportunities for individuals aspiring to assume a
leadership role for a variety of conservation projects. The UCC Crew Leader program term of service is
approximately 9 months, spanning 3 field seasons (Spring, Summer, Fall).
The UCC Crew Leader begins their term of service in the Spring as a Crew Leader Candidate (CLC).
CLC’s participate in hard skills training and peer-led conservation projects during the Spring season
(February – May). Field Staff will provide extra attention to debriefing projects, helping CLC’s refine
tool and project techniques, attending to areas of individual growth, and teaching the full responsibilities
of the UCC Crew Leader position. Informal training will continue throughout the term of service with on-the-ground skills and project-specific training, as needed.
CLC’s will be evaluated by Field Staff throughout the Spring season. Upon demonstration of essential
competencies, CLC’s will be promoted into a UCC Crew Leader role for the Summer and Fall seasons.
UCC Crew Leaders may be required to co-lead in collaboration with another Crew Leader during the
Summer and Fall seasons depending on project needs.
During the Summer and Fall seasons, UCC Crew Leaders are responsible for facilitating a positive crew
member experience by setting an example of enthusiasm throughout work and camp life while leading a 5
to 10-person crew on various conservation-related projects. UCC Crew Leaders provide direct leadership,
mentorship, support, and training for their UCC field crew. Crew Leaders are also responsible for
upholding UCC values, ensuring that UCC policies and procedures are followed, communicating with
project partners, and recording and reporting weekly project outcome data and other documentation.
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