Cacapon Institute has two positions open until filled.

Watershed Education Specialist to work in the Potomac Basin of West Virginia, and beyond.  Successful applicant will have requisite education, experience, and an interest in working hands-on with K-12 youth in rural, and small town, communities.  Work will be 50:50 classroom education, and hands-on, outdoor, watershed best management practices conservation landscaping (tree planting, rain garden installation, landscape maintenance, etc.).

Watershed BMP Specialist to work with the WV Chesapeake Bay Program on reporting and accountability of best management practices for river and watershed conservation.  Successful applicant will be capable of detailed data management and record keeping, and have an interest in public outreach and education.  Work will be 75% office and/or outreach to the public, and 25% outdoor BMP implementation.

Compensation is $26-30,000 depending qualifications.  Please see the full announcements at:  Position open until filled.

Frank F. Rodgers, Executive Director, Cacapon Institute