Great Lakes Conservation Corps: Crew Member Application for Ottawa National Forest Crew **Based in Ironwood, MI
The GLCC is a program that is administered by the Superior Watershed Partnership (SWP), which is located in Marquette, MI. GLCC Crew Members will be part of a team of four (three Crew Members of 18-25 year olds, and one Crew Leader). Crew Members are responsible for following the direction of their leader, and working together as a team to safely and efficiently accomplish a variety of conservation projects.

The GLCC “Ottawa Crew” will be based out of Ironwood, MI, and will be working on projects that are primarily located on the Ottawa National Forest (ONF). You will gain experience in a wide range of conservation and natural resource management projects, and you will be working with ONF project managers who specialize in botany, soils, recreation, forestry and wildlife

GLCC season is typically 12 weeks long, with potential for fall work.

GLCC frequently camps at or near project locations across the UP; Monday-Friday, returning to Ironwood for weekends. Tents and cook gear are provided. Meal stipend and campsites are paid for during required camping.

GLCC Crew Members are seasonal employees. They are paid an hourly rate, typically working 40 hours a week (Monday-Friday). Work vehicles and tools are provided by the SWP.

Please read the job description located at the following link prior to applying:
1. What is your full name? *
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2. What is your phone number? *
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3. What is your email address? *
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4. What is your date of birth? *
5. Do you have a valid driver's licence? (not a requirement for employment) *
6. Are you available from mid-May through mid-August? *
7. Are you available from mid-August through the Fall? *
8. How did you hear about the GLCC? *
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9. Are you a past GLCC Member? *
10. Have you applied to the GLCC before? *
11. Why do you want to work on a GLCC crew? *
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12. The crew experience relies on small groups to complete conservation projects. What experiences have you had working on a team? What did you contribute to the team? *
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13. Do you have experience working on a community or environmental project? Please explain. *
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14. Tell us about your experience in the outdoors. *
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15. What do you anticipate being your biggest challenge while working on a crew? *
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16. This position is physically demanding and will require running chainsaws and brushsaws, using hand tools for trail building and field work, heavy lifting, repetitive motion, hiking, and working in various weather conditions with biting insects. You would also likely be camping for up to four nights per week. Are you able to meet these physical demands? *
17. Do you have experience in any of the following (check all that apply) *NOTE: Experience does not determine eligibility for position: *
18. Please use this space for any additional information on why you would make a great Crew Member. *
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19. How comfortable would you feel leading your fellow Crew Members in the absence of a Crew Leader? *
20. Please email and your resume. Check 'yes' agreeing to do so. *
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