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Restoration Technician

Association to Preserve Cape Cod

The Association to Preserve Cape Cod (APCC), a leading organization in environmental protection for over five decades, is hiring a Restoration Technician. APCC is seeking an experienced and visionary technician who will help advance the goals of the Cape Cod Restoration Coordination Center (RCC). The Center provides technical, planning, monitoring, permitting, and project management support to Cape Cod communities interested in completing ecological restoration projects. This position will report to the RCC Restoration Ecologists and is a full-time position anticipated to begin in May of 2023.

Use of your private vehicle will be required for travel with compensation for mileage and time. It is anticipated that this role will be include a combination of remote and in-person work with a greater portion of time spent in the field during the peak season (June-September).

To apply, please send a resume and a cover letter including available start date to Professional and employment references will be required of those offered an interview. APCC is seeking to fill the position in by end of May 2023, applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

Working under the direct supervision of the RCC Restoration Ecologists, the Restoration Technician will assist with:

  • planning for and field assessment/monitoring of habitat restoration projects (cranberry bog, salt marsh, river, etc.),
  • planning and administration of green infrastructure stormwater projects, and
  • education and outreach programming related to restoration projects.

Tasks could include: monitoring multiple restoration sites on the Cape including salt marsh, freshwater wetland, and former cranberry bog habitats; coordination of project team and public meetings; development of presentations for technical and non-technical audiences; assistance with drafting of project plans, budgets, schedules, grant proposals and reports; review of technical documents from consultants and engineering firms including design plans, permit documents, construction documents; training and oversight of volunteers or interns; drafting of presentations and other outreach materials for restoration projects; and other tasks in support of restoration planning and implementation.

Training will be provided as needed in field techniques and protocols, but it is expected that the candidate will have comfort and familiarity with general scientific research methods, field data collection, and data analysis/interpretation.

See position listing for description of qualifications: