Re: [LAR] Two Arroyo Seco Posts Now Open
Rick Risemberg here; I interviewed with you for the watershed
coordinator position a while back but didn't get it.
I've been running my own business lately but it hasn't taken off to
the point that it requires me full time (though it's making a decent
profit; I'm designing and producing bicycle knickers that pass as
street or even office clothing for bicycle commuters who just don't
Cut to the chase: I'd be interested in that 30 hour/week position if
it could happen in three 10-hour days; let me know if that's
possible, and I'll apply formally.
On Jun 30, 2007, at 12:18 PM, unbrick wrote:
> The Arroyo Seco Foundation has 2 exciting short-term openings to be
> filled immediately.
> 1. Arroyo Seco Watershed Coordination Program Assistant
> The Program Assistant will provide day-to-day support for a variety
> of ongoing projects in the Arroyo Seco Watershed including a water
> conservation campaign, source water awareness, outreach to agencies
> and community organizations, environmental education, a native
> plant nursery and other activities.
> Terms: a six month period, beginning immediately through the end of
> December 2007. Total compensation is $25 per hour.
> 2. Arroyo Seco and Brookside Park Best Management Practices
> Program Assistant
> This Program Assistant will conduct tasks related tot the Arroyo
> Seco and Brookside Park Best Management Practices Program, an
> environmental restoration program located in Pasadena. The program
> will utilize an integrated watershed approach to addressing the
> issues of water quality improvement, habitat restoration, flood
> management, recreational enhancements, and educational benefits in
> the Central Arroyo portion of the Arroyo Seco Watershed. This
> position requires a mix of administrative, educational and outreach
> Terms: 30 hours per week, $25 per hour, through August 2008.
> For complete job descriptions, please click on Job Descriptions.
> Also, please visit our website at http://www.arroyoseco.org
> (especially the watershed links).
> Tim Brick, Managing Director
> Arroyo Seco Foundation
> (626) 584-9902