Updated March 1st 2018
We are now taking applications for Land Stewardship Technicians and Crew Leaders!
Qualified applicants (with NWCG s130/190) could begin prescribed fire work in late March.
Invasive species control work will begin in May and continue through the summer.
Please send a resume and cover letter to Brittany at office@quercus-LS.com.
Quercus employs people with a strong work ethic who love the outdoors. If you have training or experience in natural resources, GIS, and mechanical skills, enjoy working on a team, and seek an adventurous work environment– we’d like to hear from you!
Quercus employees receive on-the-job training and paid formal training in wildland fire, chainsaw safety, and pesticide application. Employees also receive paid time off, equipment stipends, and incentives to participate in local conservation organizations and attend professional conferences.
Quercus takes pride in running a safe operation. Protecting the health and safety of our workers, our customers, and the community is our top priority.