Corpsmembers will receive training and complete historic preservation projects. Work includes restoring historic buildings with the U.S. Forest Service in the Boundary Waters (BWCAW), cemetery monument resetting and cleaning and historic landscape restoration. Crews will camp at or near work sites for extended periods.
Ability to perform the essential functions of the job 8-10 hours per day: o
o Long (8-10 hour) days of repetitive cleaning and restoring historic structures and objects
o Long (8-10 hour) days of heavy, manual labor
o Long (8-10 hour) days of brush saw work, lopping, and pruning historic landscapes
o Heavy lifting, bending, and carrying up to 50 pounds
o Walking / working on steep or uneven terrain
o Working outdoors, rain or shine, in extreme heat, and dealing with insects and pests
o Working, eating, and camping in the outdoors in all weather conditions
o Ability to work well with others in a team setting.
Strong desire to learn new skills.
Attention to detail and willing to follow standards for historic preservation.
Positive attitude and interest in service and community work.
Interest and ability to camp for extended periods.
Reliable transportation to report to shop location in Duluth at the beginning of each project.
This is a service and training program for young adults; therefore, young adults, minorities, and women are encouraged to apply.
Requirements: Must be able to perform essential functions of the job including physically strenuous work 8-10 hours per day. Travel and extended camping are required. Personal protective equipment is provided and required. Must pass criminal history checks.