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Become a Rio Chama Steward this summer and spend your days taking in the beautiful views along the river!
What does a Rio Chama Steward do?
Routine maintenance and care of recreation areas in the Chama River Canyon Wilderness and the Coyote Ranger District.
Clean exterior and interior facilities (particularly bathroom buildings).
Interact with the public by greeting guests, answering questions, providing information about the local area, etc.
Act as the "eyes and ears" for identifying problems when Forest Service employees are not present.
Some use of basic hand tools for light maintenance.
Other duties as assigned.
What about using a Government vehicle?
Complete the Defensive Driving training and be government licensed before operating a vehicle.
Safely commute in Forest Service vehicle to work site and abide with New Mexico State Laws.
Communicate with Coyote Ranger Station and Santa Fe dispatch before going out to the field and upon return.
Schedule: Will work flexible hours from 0800-1700 on Wednesdays through Sundays between office hours. Will have Mondays and Tuesdays off and requests for additional days off will be approved by supervisor prior to leave.
Accommodations: An RV pad is provided at the District office with electricity, water, and trash service. This is a remote site without phone or Wi-Fi service available. Volunteer is allowed $100 reimbursement for allowed expenses per week.
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Trailer/RV Pads Description: An RV pad is provided at the District Office with electricity, water, and trash service. This is a remote site spotty cell service.