Job Type: Temporary
Salary: $21-23/Hr.

Please refer to individual job postings on our website, as positions vary. Priority will be given to applications received by Thursday, January 12, 2023. Position open until filled.

Join our team! As a member of the Greenway Trust’s Field Program, you will have the opportunity to work as part of a team in an energetic, productive, and collaborative environment. The Restoration Crew identifies, surveys for, and controls invasive plants; installs native trees and shrubs; collects monitoring data; and maintains ecological restoration projects in partnership with public land management agencies throughout the Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area. 

This is a full-time, 9-month, seasonal position (February 21/23 to November 21, 2023). The Restoration Crew will also periodically support Greenway Trust volunteer and education events and will work regularly with Greenway Trust staff and occasionally with partner agency and nonprofit staff, sponsored AmeriCorps members, and volunteers.  

This position is contingent upon funding from outside sources secured by the Greenway Trust. 

The Restoration Crew reports to the Restoration Projects Manager. 

Compensation ranges from $21.00 to $23.00 per hour depending on position. Benefits for full-time seasonal employees include a $250 gear stipend, paid sick time (accruing at one hour per 40 hours worked), worker’s compensation coverage, optional participation in an Individual Coverage Health Reimbursement Arrangement (ICHRA) ($200 monthly contributed by the Greenway Trust), participation in HealthiestYou program, and optional participation in a 403(b)-retirement plan. This position is not eligible for paid time off including holiday pay. There may be a possibility of unpaid days off due to extenuating circumstances. 


  • Long sleeve and short sleeve shirts (you get to keep) 
  • Rain gear (overalls and jacket) 
  • Tools and gloves 
  • Required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) 


  • Sturdy, above the ankle work or hiking boots 
  • Rain boots  
  • Durable work pants 

To help seasonal crew members purchase or replace personal gear needed to be successful in the field, the Greenway Trust provides a $250 gear stipend. This allows individual seasonal staff members to prioritize what they want to purchase based on the gear they already have. 

The Restoration Crew is based out of the Greenway Trust Field Office at Lake Sammamish State Park in Issaquah, WA and will work on surrounding public lands. The Restoration Crew works a 10-hour workday (7am to 5:30pm), on a Tuesday-Friday schedule, with occasional Saturday volunteer events.  

Vaccination requirements are in place for Greenway Trust staff. 

The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust works to steward a landscape that stretches 100 miles from the shores of Puget Sound, across the Cascade Mountains, to Central Washington. The Greenway Trust also coordinates the Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area (NHA), which honors the historical and cultural significance of this place and helps to preserve and celebrate its living heritage. The Restoration Crew contributes to the goals of the NHA by implementing ecological restoration projects that focus on riparian restoration to improve habitat for threatened Chinook salmon, community restoration projects that focus on restoring open spaces in neighborhoods with less access to healthy green spaces, and supports agency efforts to minimize the impacts of noxious weeds on public and private lands.   

We believe that when we are connected to nature, our lives are better. We are healthier, happier, and our communities are stronger. We are committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion at the Greenway Trust because we want to better reflect the diverse communities that make up the Greenway NHA, because we believe that equity and inclusion are vital to our mission, and because we want to do our part to create a more just society. We are committed to creating lasting structural changes internally in our workplace and externally in the communities we serve. 

The Greenway Trust is committed to providing equal opportunity for all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, creed, national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, ancestry, genetic information, use of a service animal, honorably discharged veteran, military status, political ideology, personal appearance, family responsibilities, or any other characteristic protected under federal, state or local law. Each person is evaluated on the basis of personal aptitude and merit. 

Seasonal Restoration Crew Member,
Seasonal Restoration Crew Assistant Leader,
Seasonal Restoration Crew Leader

Please refer to individual job postings on our website for application instructions.