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Updated April 3, 2018

Environmental Job Sites

Jobs in Missouri and Surrounding States

Assistant Nature Center Operator, Springfield. April 15, 2018. Assists the nature center manager with administrative duties; Supervises, trains, evaluates, and coaches two full-time naturalists and one part-time naturalist; Coordinates programming relative to the nature center; ensures programs meet state educational standards for pre-K through 12; Coordinates and supervises the volunteer naturalist program (approximately 70 volunteers); recruits, interviews, selects, and trains new volunteers; conducts monthly meetings; Answers questions from the public on matters relating to natural history, Department functions, wildlife code interpretation, and conservation in general...

MDC Outreach and Education Chief, Jefferson City. April 16, 2018. Provides leadership and supervision for Outreach and Education division staff. Directly supervises Outreach and Education staff in the St. Louis, Southeast, Ozark and Southwest Regions. Also, directly supervises the Hunter Education and Outdoor Skills programs. Promotes integration of outdoor skills, hunter education, conservation education, interpretation and media outreach with the goal of educating all citizens about Missouri’s fish, forest and wildlife resources and empowering them to enjoy, participate in and conserve the outdoor resources of our state. Serves as part of the division leadership team in developing and implementing division strategic and operational direction. Ensures effective communication between field and main office staff. Ensures effective communication and collaboration with other divisions. Provides budget guidance and oversight for staff and programs under their direct supervision. Reviews, implements and enforces policies and guidelines. Reviews public and Department requests for information about programs and coordinates replies. Prepares recommendations for Commission Actions. Represents Outreach and Education division on Department committees. Mentors development of leadership and professional skills in field staff; investigates and documents unsatisfactory employee performance or grievances and recommends corrective actions. Performs other duties as required. 

Recycling and Sustainability Assistant - Summer Internship, Jefferson City. Deadline April 20, 2018. This Summer Internship will assist the MO State Recycling Program Manager in maintaining existing programs and developing new ways to measure sustainable materials management within State Government.  Develop new ‘markets’ for reuse of state property within State Government.  Intern would manage operational activities such as supplies distribution and management of collection programs for items such as printer cartridges and batteries. 

MO River Relief Executive Director, Columbia. Posted March 19, Interviews begin April 15. Handle all human resources management, develop and maintain an organizational fundraising plan and budget, oversee grants and contracts management, conduct private sector fundraising, work with staff to ensure support during event preparation, logistics and administration, guide development of current and long-term goals, communicate board priorities to staff and volunteers

Park/Historic Site Specialist I-II, Somewhere in MO. May 31, 2018. PHSS I - This is entry-level professional work assisting with managing and directing the operation, maintenance, and visitor services at a state park or historic site facility.
PHSS II - This is mid-level professional work assisting with managing and directing the operation, maintenance, and visitor services at a state park or historic site facility.

Park/Historic Site Specialist I-II, Bennett Springs. April 16, 2018. Perform basic management duties relating to the overall operation and maintenance of Bennett Spring State Park which includes visitor services, budgeting, procurement, preservation, research, and other management tasks. 

Coordinator, K-12 and Family Programs, Powell Gardens, KC Area. No Deadline Given. This full-time position is responsible for overseeing all components of school and inter-generational programming (K-12, youth, and family) including the development, coordination, and implementation of on and offsite programs in relationship to K-12 curricular, teacher, youth, and family audiences. This position supervises K-12 and youth program volunteers and continually develops and assesses all related audience programs and events. This position works closely with the Director of Education to refine and improve curricular offerings and works with teachers on and offsite to develop, assess, and refine student programs. Additional priorities include developing teacher professional development opportunities and crafting pre and post visit lesson ideas for teachers that support Powell Gardens programs. The coordinator also works closely with new program partners for generating new audiences including organizations such as girl and boy scouts, the public library, and other cultural and botanical non-profit institutions.

Coordinator, K-12 Programs, Contract Postition, Powell Gardens, KC Area. No Deadline Given. This temporary hourly contract position will assist with executing scheduled K-12 tour programs at Powell Gardens for K-12 tours booked March through June 2018. This part-time position will serve as lead teacher to coordinate all aspects of K-12 guided tour groups including collaborating and managing docent volunteers, overseeing the set up and clean-up of all needed teaching items, teaching of the classroom components of all Powell Gardens’ Good to Grow, I Spy, Pollinator Parade, Woodland Walk, and Earthworms are Easy programs. The schedule will vary, based on need. Hours are generally Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. but will be flexible and determined by the tour schedule.