WRV is Hiring!

Work with us and get paid for doing what you love!

Wissahickon Restoration Volunteers has temporary positions available for a paid restoration specialist, and for one or more paid restoration stewards, starting as early as May 1, and ending July 31, 2021.

Restoration Specialist

The restoration specialist is responsible for the implementation of natural restoration projects in the Wissahickon under the direction of the WRV Board.

Specialists should be capable of working independently and directing other restoration workers on field projects. Experience working with volunteers, working outdoors, and working in natural restoration are preferred.

Restoration specialists are engaged as independent contractors.  Hours are billed to WRV at $20 an hour as miscellaneous income. The maximum billable time period is 13 weeks, for a maximum of 10 hours per week.

Restoration Stewards

Restoration stewards are responsible for implementation of natural restoration projects in the Wissahickon under the direction of restoration specialists and the WRV Board.

Stewards should be capable of assisting and working under the direction of a specialist and the WRV Board, and with volunteers on field projects.

Restoration stewards are engaged as independent contractors.  Hours are billed to WRV at $15 an hour miscellaneous income. The maximum billable time period is 13 weeks, for a maximum of 10 hours per week.

APPLICATION DEADLINE HAS PASSED.

We encourage you to volunteer with us at one of our upcoming restoration days!

 

COVID-19 Update

This spring we will begin leading small volunteer crews to help with our restoration work in the Wissahickon. Masks will be required and we will follow social distancing guidelines.

To see what volunteer events we have scheduled and to sign up to join us, check out our Events page >

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