Job Summary
Assist with maintenance and establishment of one of Sonoma County’s largest habitat restoration projects at Tolay Lake Regional Park
Over the past 5 years Point Blue’s STRAW program (Students & Teachers Restoring A Watershed) has restored 3 miles of riparian habitat along Tolay Creek. Working closely with a small team of Restoration Technicians and a Project Manager, the Tolay Restoration Field Technician will focus on facilitating native plant establishment, maintaining existing plants, and supporting natural regeneration of native vegetation.

Location: Petaluma, CA
Reports to:  Isaiah Thalmayer, Straw Project Manager 
Project Dates:  April - September (start and end dates may be flexible)   
Schedule:  24-32 hours/week from April-June, then 8-24 hours/week from June-September
Status:  Non Exempt, Temporary    
Benefits: 24 hours Sick Leave

Primary duties include, but are not limited to:

Required Qualifications:

Preferred Qualifications:

Project Dates and Schedule:

Actual work schedule will vary with work load. Approximate seasonal schedule is 24-32 hours per week mid-April through mid -June, then 8-24 hours per week mid-June – September. Start and end dates are flexible, but start date will be no later than May 15th, and end date no later than October 15st.

Compensation:  $20.00/per hour

How to Apply:
Send a single document (PDF preferred, or Word Doc) including, 1) a cover letter describing previous experience and interest in this position, 2) a resume, 3) contact information for three references to Isaiah Thalmayer ( In the subject line type: Field Technician Application. The position will remain open until successful candidate(s) has been identified. Timely application will ensure better chances of being considered.



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