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Updated December 1, 2018

Environmental Job Sites

Jobs in Missouri and Surrounding States

Temporary Part-Time Naturalist, Rockwoods Reservation (Deadline December 7, 2018) The Naturalist conducts interpretive programs both on- and off-site on a wide range of natural history and conservation topics for a diverse audience of MDC stakeholders. Audiences include school groups and public groups of all ages, scouts, civic groups, and senior citizens. The Naturalist answers public inquiries, works with volunteers, and assists in the planning, organization, and implementation of programs and special events. They also assist with program prop maintenance, interpretive displays, and live animal care. Performs other duties as required. This is a 1300-hour position. The selected individual can expect an average of 24 hours per week, which may vary with seasonal programs. The rate of pay is $16.79/hour.

Environmental Education Instructor, Lake Co. Forest Preserve, Libertyville IL (Deadline December 31, 2018) The Environmental Education Instructor position is designed to build a foundation to the professional fields of environmental education and interpretation.  The duties include teaching programs for school groups, scouts, summer day camps, and public programs.  Program topics may include voyageurs, lake or fish ecology, prairies, food chain, nature restoration, animal adaptations, geology, outdoor skills and earth sciences.  Instructors work one weekend day per week and some evenings except during the summer day camp season when the work schedule is primarily Mondays through Fridays.

Teacher Naturalists, Ozark Natural Science Center, Huntsville AR (Deadline December 31, 2018) The Teacher Naturalist (TN) is the front-line educational staff for all ONSC programming and program-related operations. TN’s lead educational activities including interpretive hikes/field investigations on the trail, off-site trips, special topic classes, and various other activities.
Programs range from one day to a full week for the duration of the season. Work hours are determined based on program length. Teacher Naturalists are typically assigned to programs in their entirety. TN’s are required to stay onsite overnight during assigned programming (housing provided).

MEEA Executive Director (Deadline January 10, 2019) The Missouri Environmental Education Association is looking for someone to lead the organization through its next stage of non-profit development, maintaining the existing programs while establishing a secure income stream with the help of the board. The position is half time.