Seeking Project Coordinator to support:
The Campaign to Stop the Proposed Expansion of Gross Reservoir
Denver Water’s Moffat Collection System Project proposes to drain 72,000 acre feet of water out of the Fraser and Upper Colorado Rivers, pipe that water through Moffat Tunnel at the continental divide and down into a proposed massively expanded Gross Dam and Reservoir along South Boulder Creek in the mountains southwest of Boulder.
The project would take up to 7 years to build creating enormous truck traffic, blasting, noise and dust, removal of 600,000 trees, flooding 400 acres of pristine wildlife habitat and recreational lands and cause other environmental degradation. For the past 10 years, The Environmental Group (TEG), via its Citizens for Sustainable Water Management (CSWM) project, has been facilitating grassroots action in the mountain communities 15 miles northwest of Denver to oppose the expansion of Gross Dam & Reservoir, promoting and advocating instead for better conservation practices.
TEG-CSWM is significantly ramping up its public outreach and social media efforts and seeks a professional Project Coordinator to work with and support a leadership team, and community volunteers, to manage multiple activities to stop the proposed expansion of Gross Reservoir in Boulder County. Project Coordinator responsibilities include coordinating campaign activities within a swift timeline and in accordance with budget and scope. This project begins ASAP and will be a 6-month contract with possible renewal. (Please see the download link below for details)
TEG CSWM Project Coordinator Job Announcement Mar 2018