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Front Range Regional Trout in the Classroom Coordinator

Trout Unlimited Inc
Glendale, Colorado, US
Closing date
Jun 27, 2024

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Consultancy/Private Sector
Conservation science
Salary Type
Employment Type
Full time

Job Type

Part-time, Temporary


Colorado Trout Unlimited (CTU) is seeking two part-time Regional Trout in the Classroom (TIC) Coordinators, one for the Front Range and one for the Western Slope. These 10-month positions will work an average of 10 - 15 hours per week. As a Regional TIC Coordinator, you fill a key role to the overall success of Trout in the Classroom (TIC) Program. You will help TIC Educators, Volunteers, and Chapter Leaders learn, prepare for, and understand TIC processes, equipment, maintenance, and the overall TIC program.

Colorado Trout Unlimited programs serve its members and the public, promote river conservation, and expand our reach and impact in Colorado. The TIC program in Colorado currently reaches over 13,000 students, educators, and community members. We have over 50 schools/sites currently participating in the TIC program and several others on our waiting list. The Regional TIC Coordinator positions will add additional capacity and support for the TIC program and allow us to grow in a sustainable way and increase our program impact.

The Regional TIC Coordinators will work closely with the CTU Youth Education Coordinator and volunteer TIC Statewide Coordinator to support the educators, TU chapters, and partners who participate in the TIC program. This includes but may not be limited to:

* Programmatic support, including egg delivery, tank troubleshooting, educator training and support, and release event support.
* Creating, maintaining, and organizing TIC resources and documents and helping educators connect more with these resources.
* Connecting and encouraging partner relationships with local TU Chapters, 5 Rivers clubs, like-minded partners, and organizations.
* Creating and maintaining a TIC mentorship and support program for educators and volunteers.
* Assisting with TIC reporting, collecting metrics, and evaluating the TIC program.
* Offering additional programs to TIC sites and training-the-trainer so TU Chapters can offer program support as volunteers are able.
* Engaging TIC educators and student participants with CTU to strengthen their connection to river conservation, their local watershed and TU.


* Have a degree, or be engaged in undergraduate or graduate studies, in a science/education related field. Preference will be for a biology or fisheries major with K-12 education interests.
* Access to transportation and ability to travel to the geographic areas of responsibility within the State of Colorado. (Mileage reimbursed at current State of Colorado 2WD mileage rates)
* Good interpersonal skills with all ages.
* Good internet skills and basic technology skills.
* Responsible and aware of K-12 security issues, including the ability to pass a background check if engaging directly with youth.
* Motivation and ability to work independently.
* Capability to work from home or remotely.

Ideal candidate skills may include:

* Experience with or an appreciation of K-12 teaching challenges.
* Knowledge of and/or previous experience with the TIC program and/or more generally with tank maintenance, hatchery operations, raising fish, and water chemistry.

We are accepting applications through June 3oth at 8 pm (Mountain Time).

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