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Updated June 1, 2017

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Jobs in Missouri and Surrounding States

Environmental Education Program Instructor, GreenWorks Kansas City. Posted June 5, 2014. The ideal candidate(s) will have an undergraduate or higher college degree, several years of experience working with urban youth, excellent project management and organizational skills and will be fluent in English and Spanish. Excellent writing, and communication skills are important as well as the ability to work in a team environment. Applicants should be able to provide strong references from several past employers and/or college instructors, who can attest to their ability to manage details, meet deadlines and work collaboratively. Instructor(s) will need to pass a comprehensive background check.

Associate Director Philanthropy, Nature Conservancy, St. Louis. Posted June 14, 2017. The Associate Director of Philanthropy I is responsible for building a portfolio of qualified donors and developing relationships. S/he understands and applies the principles of developing donor strategies. S/he will be responsible for direct asks to both local and global priorities to meet funding needs and campaign goals. S/he listens for opportunities for gifts of assets or other non-cash gifts, such as planned gifts and trade lands. The ADOP I provides opportunities for donors to receive recognition and increase future giving. More...

Program Manager, Stream Teams United, Jefferson City Area or negotiable. Posted June 14, 2017. The Program Manager will lead implementation of key programs of Stream Teams United.  Primary responsibilities include: Planning and implementing the water advocacy program; Tracking water-relevant legislation and public actions; Communicating with legislators; Coordinating our feature Paddle MO event. This position will require working with a varied group of individuals and partners. The ideal candidate will be organized and energetic with a diverse skill set.

Butterfly House Instructor (PT), Missouri Botanical Garden, Chesterfield. Deadline June 4, 2017. The Education Program Instructor's primary responsibility is to develop, prepare and facilitate insect-themed programs for Butterfly House visitors. The Instructor facilitates programs at the Butterfly House, offsite at schools and community events. The target population for this position is families with elementary and preschool children, scout groups, and school groups. A passion for invertebrates is preferred.

Education Outreach Coordinator, Missouri Department of Conservation, Jefferson City. Deadline June 6, 2017. Provides oversight for delivery of Discover Nature Schools (DNS) by working with Education Consultant staff (EC) to deliver teacher trainings in all eight regions. Collaborates with field and education unit staff to revise and produce DNS materials including teacher guides, student books, and student science notebooks. Aligns DNS materials to current academic standards—including preparing agreements with contractors, developing alignment charts, and incorporating alignment documents in EC training. more...

Education Program/Curriculum Supervisor, Missouri Department of Conservation, Jefferson City. Deadline June 7, 2017. Establishes strategic direction for the Department’s Discover Nature School program, oversees development of new educational programs and enhancement of existing educational programs, curriculum and materials used by Missouri teachers and youth leaders, as well as in workshops and classes delivered directly to Missourians by Department staff, volunteers and partners. Ensures integration of natural resource education with outdoor skills-based education in Department programs and materials. more...

Interpretation Assistant (PT), Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis. Deadline June 9, 2017. Assists in the development and implementation of interpretive strategies. Engages visitors of all ages through interpretive programming throughout the Garden. Helps maintain interpretive displays and props. Provides visitor information regarding, directions, venues, attractions, special events, classes, and other information, while working in designated interpretive areas. Assists in ensuring safe, positive, and educational engaging visitors experiences. Sells admission tickets and merchandise in the Children's Garden Ticket Fort and handles cash and credit card transactions in an accurate and professional manner.

Youth Educator, Wild Folk Learning Community, Columbia. Posted May 28, 2017, open until position filled. Collaborate with a team to design and implement cohesive and exciting programs for ages 5-12 (with the possibility of creating programming for teens and adults).Provide high-quality outdoor, community, and place-based education. Support democratic decision-making and facilitate project-based learning. Communicate with families and do community outreach.

Education Intern, Audubon Center at Riverlands, West Alton. Deadline June 30 or when position filled, 2017. This internship position is a six month seasonal position and runs July through December. Closing date when filled. Work week is typically Monday – Friday 8am – 4pm, although hours may vary slightly. Some evening and/or weekend hours as needed. This is a paid internship. Housing is not provided for this position. The RiverVision Education Intern works under the guidance of the Environmental Education Manager, however, the entire staff from Audubon and the Army Corps of Engineers is available to interns for special interest sessions, guidance and assistance. Completion of at least two years of college coursework in environmental sciences, life sciences, biology, ecology, or education. Some teaching experience and/or curriculum development is necessary.