Tahoe Resource Conservation District

Employment and Internships

Employment Opportunities:


Environmental Technician II – Restoration/Forestry/Land Management Crew Leads and Assistant Crew Leads

Labor-intensive and physically demanding position, serving as Crew Lead/Assistant Crew Lead for the purposes of implementing restoration, forestry, and maintenance projects on public lands, as well as other associated tasks. This position may require flexible work hours when needed including holidays, evenings and weekends. Positions available June through mid-November. Applications due by March 1st. Click HERE for full job description.


Environmental Technician I – Restoration/Forestry/Land Management Crew Members

Labor-intensive and physically demanding position, working as an integral member of a crew implementing restoration, forestry, and maintenance projects, as well as performing other associated tasks. This position may require flexible work hours when needed including holidays, evenings and weekends. Positions available June through mid-November. Applications due by March 1st. Click HERE for full job description.


Environmental Technician II – Lot Inspector/Land Steward

Tahoe Resource Conservation District is looking for a motivated individual who enjoys interacting with the public and working outdoors to join our team as a Lot Inspector/Land Steward. This position helps to monitor public lands and promote awareness and stewardship, as well as perform routine maintenance and inspections to identify resource concerns. This position may require flexible work hours when needed including holidays, evenings and weekends. See full job description HERE

Position open until filled. Initial reviews will begin in February, 2020.


Environmental Technician II – Aquatic Invasive Species Program – Assistant Site Supervisor

Become an Assistant Supervisor for Watercraft Inspectors in Lake Tahoe and help prevent the spread of Aquatic Invasive Species.  Whether you are environmentally focused, mechanically minded, looking to start/ develop your career, or just looking for a summer job in beautiful Lake Tahoe, we welcome you to be a part of our team.  Multiple positions available around the Lake.   See full job description HERE

Position open until filled.  Initial reviews will begin in February, 2020.


Environmental Technician I – Aquatic Invasive Species Program – Watercraft Inspector

Become a Watercraft Inspector in Lake Tahoe and help prevent the spread of Aquatic Invasive Species.  Whether you are environmentally focused, mechanically minded, looking to start/ develop your career, or just looking for a summer job in beautiful Lake Tahoe, we welcome you to be a part of our team.  Multiple positions available around the Lake.   See full job description HERE

Position open until filled.  Initial reviews will begin in February, 2020.


Environmental Technician I – Aquatic Invasive Species Program – Public Information Specialist

The Public Information Specialist helps to prevent the spread of Aquatic Invasive Species by coordinating efforts at inspection stations and educating the public through phone, email and social media.  Whether you are environmentally focused, interested in education, looking to start/ develop your career, or just looking for a summer job in beautiful Lake Tahoe, we welcome you to be a part of our team.  Position located in South Lake Tahoe.   See full job description HERE

Position open until filled.  Initial reviews will begin in February, 2020.


Environmental Technician II – Aquatic Invasive Species Program – Outreach Specialist

Tahoe Resource Conservation District is seeking an Outreach Specialist to facilitate the ongoing implementation of the Aquatic Invasive Species Program by coordinating with partners, tabling events, providing educational opportunities in schools, and developing materials for inspection stations throughout the Lake Tahoe Basin. This is a full time seasonal position.

See full job description HERE

Position open until filled.  Initial reviews will begin in February, 2020.


Internship Opportunities:


Tahoe RCD is looking for novice or professional photographers to donate photos to increase our library for publications, media and web. All donations are tax deductible. Photo credit will be included. Looking for photos of;

  • Landscapes—forest, lakes, meadows and streams;
  • Staff working on restoration projects, monitoring or conducting inspections
  • Flora and fauna
  • People enjoying Tahoe –at the beach, on the trails or on the water

Please contact website@tahoercd.org for more information.


TahoeRCD Staff Photo

Taheo RCD Staff in Field