Join us. Do Work that Matters!
MobilizeGreen seeks conservation-minded Maintenance Interns and Fellows who want a career opportunity in one or more of the trades with the federal government. Through its partnerships with various agencies, you will work in a beautiful setting, learning maintenance, project management, equipment use, and leadership development. Through mentorship and training, you will gain the opportunity to launch their career with a non-competitive or through other hiring authorities once you successfully complete your position. The positions are expected to start in 2024.
MobilizeGreen is an organization committed to diversity. This fellowship program pays particular attention to groups underrepresented in the FWS workforce including but not limited to African American/Black, Asian, Pacific Islander, Native American, Alaska Native, Hispanic/Latino, and people that identify as LGBTQ+ or with disabilities.
- Hands on learning and job training experience
- Paid orientation and travel to orientation
- Mentorship for career and professional development
- Weekly living allowance ($700 - $800 per week)
- Monthly housing provided or housing allowance (up to $1200)
- Relocation assistance (if applicable)
- Health insurance option
- Certificate of non-competitive hiring eligibility (with successful completion of fellowship). Other authorities may apply.
- Asset and Facility Maintenance: rehabilitates, repairs, and upgrades various exhibits and structures.
- Vehicle Maintenance: operates and maintains gasoline and diesel vehicles.
- Grounds Maintenance: uses hand tools, tractors or skid steer type loaders.
- General Maintenance: maintains work areas and assists with any maintenance issues that arise onsite.
- Project Management: participates in large-scale collaborative deferred maintenance projects; and/or leads or co-leads a small infrastructure project.
- You must have received your high school diploma or GED by the start date.
- You are at least 21 years old and not older than 30 years old (veterans may apply up to age 35).
- You have a strong interest in working for a federal public lands agency.
- You must be available to serve for 6 or 12 months in a selected location.
- You need the ability to interpret oral and occasionally written instructions and specifications and follow safety practices.
- You have the skill in or ability to learn operation of tools and equipment.
- You are able to pass a background check.
- You have a valid driver's license.
- You are a citizen or lawful permanent resident.