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Updated October 1, 2018

Environmental Job Sites

Jobs in Missouri and Surrounding States

Environmental Health Specialist, Johnson Co. KS. October 11, 2018. Johnson County Health & Environment department is looking for a qualified candidate to fill the position of an Environmental Health Specialist.  The position is located at 11811 S Sunset Drive, Suite 2700, Olathe, KS 66061.  This position conducts oversight activities pertaining to all solid waste facilities and haulers in the County.  They are also responsible for implementing the County's Solid Waste Management Plan which promotes recycling, composting and waste reduction to its residents and businesses.  This position provides excellent benefits, including health insurance, wellness programs and discounts, retirement programs, and various other discount programs.

Conservation Leadership Development Program Manager, Nature Conservancy, Little Rock AR. Deadline October 25, 2018. The Conservation Leadership Development Program Manager (CLDPM) will (1) create a hands-on, field-based, outdoor, youth-focused, internship and volunteer program that provides a platform for youth to learn about nature; and (2) will be responsible for the strategic direction of our efforts to broaden the constituency of people supporting conservation. The CLDPM is one of 4 strategy leaders in our chapter of approximately 40 staff and works closely with the Director of Science and Strategy, other conservation strategy program managers, Marketing Manager, and Philanthropy. This position works regularly with volunteers, preserve neighbors, business leaders, and federal and state agency and organization partners.

World Bird Sanctuary Intern (unpaid, housing provided), Valley Park MO. Deadline November 1, 2018. Our internship program prepares the aspiring animal caretaker for a career in the animal world.  Interns will gain valuable hands-on experience with animal husbandry and training, field research, enclosure maintenance, records keeping, wildlife rehabilitation, and educational programming and outreach.  During the 12 week long internship, our interns will have the opportunity to work in each part of the sanctuary with experienced staff, attend seminars and workshops focused on animal topics and career building, and complete an intern project of their choosing. 

Site Specialist I and II, State Parks Southwest Management Unit (Prairie State Park, Stockton State Park, and Battle of Island Mound State Historic Site). November 6, 2018. Maintenance, supervisory and interpretive responsibilities.

Director of State Operations for Environment Missouri, St. Louis. Deadline October 29, 2018. The State Director is responsible for developing our strategy, approach and local message to win our campaigns in a specific state. The State Director will also meet with local decision-makers and opinion leaders and represent our organization to allies and the media. State Directors help to build and foster our membership, grassroots and online base of support. Finally, the State Director will help recruit staff and volunteers to join us, fundraise for our programs, and maintain good systems for tracking and building on our work.

Educator: School Programs (Part Time), St. Louis Zoo. No Deadline Posted. School program educators develop, present, and evaluate quality educational programs, on Zoo grounds, at various sites away from Zoo grounds, and virtually via distance learning (aka video conferences).    School program educators will be cross-trained to be able to provide a variety of programs in a variety of settings.  Primary audience for on grounds programs and afterschool programs are 1st-8th grade; primary audiences for outreach programs are early childhood organizations, as well as assisted living housing for senior citizens.  Virtual programs are primarily presented to pre-K through 6th grade audiences.   As such, the ability to teach to a variety of ages, group sizes, and types of audience, backgrounds, and abilities is key in this position.