Policy and Communications Director

SYRCL is seeking a seasoned advocate and manager with excellent leadership, communication, community organizing and coalition-building skills. The Director will be highly skilled in using policy, advocacy, legal, scientific and communication tools to protect the watershed. The Director will also be experienced at managing grassroots campaigns, building strategic coalitions, mentoring program staff, and raising funds. Duties will be primarily dedicated to the Stop Centennial Dam and Yuba Salmon Now campaigns as well as communications and general advocacy on a variety of current issues. DETAILS & APPLICATION

Stewardship Coordinator

The Stewardship Coordinator provides a central role in recruiting and coordinating volunteers from the community to serve in a variety of programs, and acts as a point person for SYRCL conducting education and outreach for our projects. The Stewardship Coordinator is responsible for the oversight, management and production of a successful River Ambassador Program involving approximately 40 volunteers over the summer as well as hiring, training, and supervising three part-time River Captain employees. The Stewardship Coordinator will be responsible for outreach and volunteer coordination at SYRCL community events, develop outreach and training materials, coordinate volunteer trainings, present to schools and community groups and participate in grant writing projects. Questions/Application? Contact Jenn Tamo at: jenn@syrcl.orgDETAILS  

Film Festival Ticket Manager

The Ticket Manager works on a team in the production of the largest festival of its kind in the US, taking place each January in Nevada City, CA. Under the supervision of the Festival Director, the Ticket Manager is responsible for all aspects of ticketing for SYRCL’s Wild & Scenic Film Festival, taking place January 11-15, 2018 in Nevada City and Grass Valley, CA. This is a short-term 4-month, contract position. DETAILS & APPLICATION

Educational Assembly Presenter

SYRCL’s River Education Program seeks a dynamic presenter to act as “Detective Drizzle” in our Great Water Mystery assemblies.  Each presenter will be responsible for approximately 30 school assemblies in the Spring and Fall of 2017. SYRCL office staff will schedule the presentations and handle all pre-assembly logistics. The performer will NOT be responsible for these details. This is a short-term 3-6 month, contract position. DETAILS & APPLICATION


Each year more than 1,500 volunteers help restore mountain meadows, monitor the health of the river, advocate for a clean Yuba and inspire activism with the Wild & Scenic Film Festival. Together we extend a powerful coalition from the summit to the sea. DETAILS


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Photo by John Daly
Photo by John Daly