Sustainability Related Jobs and Internships

Open Space Visitor Center Manager

Albuquerque Parks & Recreation Department, Open Space Division

 

Salary$43,139.20 Annually

Location- 

6500 Coors NW

Albuquerque, NM 87120

Parks & Recreation Department, Open Space Division

Job Number 2301064

Closing 2/3/2023 11:59 PM Mountain

 

Position Summary

Supervise, plan and coordinate the operations and activities of the Open Space Visitor Center within the Parks and Recreation Department; schedule and monitor tours, lectures, exhibitions and public events; coordinate assigned activities with other divisions, outside agencies and the general public and provide highly responsible and complex staff assistance to higher level supervisory or management staff. 

Job descriptions are intended to present a general list of tasks/duties performed by employees within this job classification. Job Descriptions are not intended to reflect all duties performed within the job.

Minimum Education, Experience And Additional Requirements

Education and experience directly related to the minimum requirements below may be interchangeable on a year for year basis.

Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in natural sciences, social sciences, or recreation services; and

Three (3) years of managerial experience in the operations of a facility or visitor center; and 

To include one (1) year of supervisory or lead experience.

 

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: 

Possession of a valid New Mexico Driver's License, or the ability to obtain by date of hire. 

Possession of a City Operator's Permit (COP) within six (6) months from date of hire.

Preferred Knowledge

  • Operational characteristics, services, and activities of a public visitor center
  • Modern and complex principles and practices of recreation program development and administration
  • Methods and techniques of scheduling community recreation services and programs
  • Principles of public relations and customer service
  • Principles of facility budget preparation and control
  • Computer software within assigned area
  • Principles of supervision, training, and performance evaluation
  • Pertinent Federal, State and local laws, codes, and regulations
  • Modern office equipment including computers and security systems

Preferred Skills & Abilities

  • Supervise, direct, and coordinate the work of lower-level staff
  • Select, supervise, train, and evaluate staff
  • Supervise, plan, and coordinate the activities of an assigned public visitor center
  • Ensure proper maintenance and safety of assigned facilities
  • Promote good relations with community organizations, volunteers, and agencies
  • Interpret and explain City recreation policies and procedures
  • Prepare clear and concise reports
  • Respond top requests and inquiries from the general public
  • Work flexible hours including evenings and weekends as required
  • Communicate clearly and concisely
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work
  • Perform the essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodations

 

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Project Manager For The Carbon Ranch Initiative’s Waste To Plate Project

Quivira Coalition

 

About Quivira Coalition’s Carbon Ranch Initiative (CRI)

The Quivira Coalition is a Santa Fe-based nonprofit that builds resilience on arid working lands. We foster ecological, economic, and social health through education, innovation, and collaboration. The Quivira Coalition aims to shift current practices of agriculture and land stewardship to those that produce good food, support meaningful livelihoods in rural places, sustain biodiversity, and remedy the impacts of climate change. We do this work through agricultural apprenticeship, land and water restoration, and rancher- and farmer-led knowledge exchange. Knowing that it is critical to the success of our work, Quivira Coalition is committed to diversity and inclusion, and we aspire to build a diverse staff team and community, including groups that are traditionally under-represented among stewardship and agricultural support services.

Quivira Coalition’s Carbon Ranch Initiative (CRI) is dedicated to research, outreach and technical support that helps producers build soil carbon on working lands. We focus on engaging with land stewards around the Healthy Soil Principles, circular economies (making waste productive), and using monitoring and evaluation to inform planning as ways to both combat and built resilience to climate change.

The project manager is a technical position supported by grant funding and we seek someone who can commit to the entire 5 year project. The Carbon Ranch Initiative (CRI) Manager will work with the CRI team and partner organizations to

  1.  implement on-the-ground projects to support the transformation of agricultural waste into compost, biochar, and other organic amendments, 
  2.  use organic amendments to build soil health, 
  3.  train producers and other stakeholders in how to monitor and evaluate use of amendments both for carbon and dollar accounting, 
  4.  support production and use of a marketing toolkit for producers making and/or using organic amendments as a climate-smart practice, 
  5.  conduct other outreach and technical support to meet grant deliverables, and 
  6.  effectively manage and document the project resources. 

Additionally, the manager will support other CRI and Quivira projects such as ranch/farm planning, open source monitoring and evaluation, and Quivira’s ongoing work to become an antiracist organization. 

The CRI Manager will bring professionalism and organization to working with diverse groups of people on their land, the other programs in the Quivira Coalition, and the partner organizations associated with the Carbon Ranch Initiative. The manager will be expected to: work with farmers, ranchers, and natural resource management professionals from diverse communities; manage land-based projects and data, write reports and educational materials that are useful for working ranchers, farmers, and technical service providers, as well as applications and reports to funding agencies to support ongoing work; navigate the challenges, opportunities, and social dynamics in agricultural and natural resource management and collaboration; communicate complex land management issues in clear, constructive, and non-polarizing ways; organize events and facilitate a community of practice around working lands collaboration. Ideally this person is located in New Mexico, but closely adjacent areas will also be considered. Some travel throughout the Southwest will be necessary.

This position is salaried and the pay scale is fixed between $47,227 – $63,895 per year in the first year. After 3 months, benefits include health care, dental, vision, simple IRA, paid-time-off, short and long term life insurance and disability policy. While we actively seek funding to support staff long term, we can not guarantee employment beyond the duration of the grant.

 

 

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New Agrarian Program Northern Plains Coordinator

Quivira Coalition

 

The Quivira Coalition is a Santa Fe-based nonprofit that works in Montana, Wyoming, Colorado and New Mexico. Quivira works to build resilience on arid working lands. We foster ecological, economic, and social health through education, innovation, and collaboration. The Quivira Coalition aims to shift current practices of agriculture and land stewardship to those that produce good food, support meaningful livelihoods in rural places, sustain biodiversity, and remedy the impacts of climate change. We do this work through agricultural apprenticeship, land and water restoration, and rancher- and farmer-led knowledge exchange. Knowing that it is critical to the success of our work, Quivira Coalition is committed to diversity and inclusion, and we aspire to build a diverse staff team and community, including groups that are traditionally under-represented among stewardship and agricultural support services. 

Quivira Coalition’s New Agrarian Program offers 8-month immersive apprenticeships in regenerative agriculture in partnership with mentor ranchers and farmers throughout the West. The program seeks to provide the next generation of producers with hands-on mentoring from dedicated land stewards who practice regenerative methods of food production, provide excellent animal care, and are skilled and dedicated teachers. 

The NAP Northern Plains Coordinator will work closely with the NAP Northern Plains manager and the rest of the NAP team to support mentor ranches and apprentices in Montana, the broader Northern Great Plains region, and beyond. An ideal candidate enjoys working with seasoned ranchers and farmers, mentoring young professionals in agriculture, and is passionate about solving current food production and ranching/farming challenges. This person should be based in central Montana; have the flexibility to travel to ranches and farms, and the capacity to engage with the Quivira team remotely; and be computer literate. The position also requires travel to field days, workshops, and other work events (25-35 percent of work time is out of office). 

The NAP Northern Plains coordinator will be tasked with helping to provide support to NAP program mentors and apprentices in Montana. They will also support mentors through the apprentice application and hiring processes, assist with apprentice orientation, conduct site visits to mentor ranches, complete monthly check-ins with mentor ranchers and apprentices, provide support on supplemental education webinars and assist in planning land health and livestock workshops. The Coordinator will also facilitate and provide guidance for both apprentices and mentors throughout their year together. 

 

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Quivira Coalition Internship

Quivira Coalition 

 

 

Quivira Coalition occasionally hosts interns, often for summer projects and occasionally for longer-term projects. The projects are intended to increase the intern’s intellectual and experiential capacity around regenerative agriculture, soil health, land management, and conservation. In order to participate in an internship with the Quivira Coalition, the individual must be enrolled in either an academic program or a non-profit experiential education program.

 

We have several potential projects that can be in-person in NM or remote and range widely in topics.

  • Build workshop curriculum for producers and technical service providers
  • Develop annotated bibliography of best practices for teaching/facilitating producers and technical service providers
  • Outreach with students/teachers
  • Build technical capacity for producers through outreach with non-profits and agencies
  • Conduct field ecology research on organic amendments in dry rangelands
  • Connecting with producers at farmers markets and other community sites around distribution and meat processing
  • Compiling narratives of case studies of on-farm activities or economic analyses. 

 

All interns will be asked to explicitly incorporate diversity, equity, and inclusion into their activities. 

 

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REU: Interdisciplinary Problem Solving in Human Dominated Wetland Ecosystems

 

Rochester Institute of Technology

 

This is a NSF-funded 10-week summer research program. It’s science-focused but welcoming to majors in humanities and social science, and it focuses on interdisciplinary approaches to wetland restoration. It offers support through travel, lodging, meals, and a $6000 stipend.

This Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program emphasizes engaging students in interdisciplinary earth systems research that builds collaboration and communication skills for solving complex environmental problems. We will use wetland restoration as a lens through which participants will get hands-on experience studying the interactions between science and society that shape ecosystem functions and services.  This is an interdisciplinary program and we welcome participants from all academic majors who are interested in environmental science questions. We especially welcome applications from students in Environmental Studies (humanities and social sciences). This 10-week program will run from Tuesday, May 30 to Saturday, August 5. Participants are provided with a $6,000 stipend for the summer, plus reimbursement for travel to/from Rochester, on-campus housing, and a meal allowance.

Applications are due February 15, 2023.

Additional details:

This program is for students who are enrolled in a college or university, including community college, and who will not yet have completed their undergraduate degree by the end of the summer session. This program is particularly well suited for students who will be completing their second or third year and who have limited access to research opportunities at their home institution. We encourage women, members of under-represented minorities, and deaf or hard-of-hearing students to apply. NSF funding requirements restrict participation to students who are US citizens, US nationals, or permanent residents.

Participants will work as part of an interdisciplinary team on projects that address one of the following questions(1) How do management approaches impact the development of ecosystem function and wildlife habitat in created wetlands? (2) What are the impacts of invasive species on wildlife use, ecosystem function and greenhouse gas emissions in wetlands? (3) Are suburban and urban wetlands hotspots for plastic pollution and do they harbor antibiotic resistant microbial biofilms? This summer research experience centers around four key components: (1) mentored research projects, (2) interdisciplinary skill development, (3) professional development workshops, and (4) scientific communication and outreach.  Students will participate in weekly workshops focusing on both interdisciplinary research skills and professional development. Skills workshops are designed to expose all participants to the wide range of approaches that are used in interdisciplinary earth science research, with topics ranging from sequencing to remote sensing. Professional development workshops will focus on scientific best practices and communication skills and will culminate in activities where students will disseminate their research in a range of settings, including youth programs, community events, and RIT’s undergraduate research symposium.

Questions?  Contact:

Carmody McCalley, Associate Professor

ckmsbi@rit.edu

Christy Tyler, Professor

actsbi@rit.edu

 

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Environmental Communications/ Social Media Intern

Forces for Nature, LLC

 

Title: Environmental Communications/ Social Media Intern
Schedule: Varied
Start Date: Beginning of semester/ January End Date: End of semester Stipend: $150/month 
Forces for Nature, LLC (F4N) is all about sharing the good news that’s happening in sustainability, conservation, and animal-related issues in order to inform, inspire, and empower people to make more conscious choices. Presently, this is done through podcasts and social media. 
F4N is searching for an intern to help support with its communications and marketing. This is a creative and strategic role that requires a good understanding of social media and digital marketing best practices and can quickly identify opportunities for creating and deploying engaging content. 
Key Responsibilities: 
  • Can help strategize social media and email marketing content to increase audience and engagement. 
  • Help organize existing content. 
  • Can write on-message copy for captions (3-4/week), emails (1-2/mth), and website in a motivating and positive manner. 
  •  Knows how to use Canva to create social media graphics. 
  •  Can come up with appropriate reels ideas and be able to edit them. 
  •  Monitor efforts and produce monthly analytics reports. 
The IDEAL person would also: 
  •  Have knowledge of and strong supporter of sustainability, conservation, and animal-welfare topics. 
  •  Have a good eye and skills for branding. 
  •  Be collaborative but able to work independently with initiative. 
Send a letter of interest and any appropriate materials that you see fit (ex: resume, portfolio, work samples) to: 
 
Crystal DiMiceli crystal@forcesfornature.com 

Elena Gallegos Picnic Area and Boca Negra Park - Site Supervisor III

Elena Gallegos Picnic Area and Boca Negra Park - Projects in varied Albuquerque Open Space Locations

 

Daily roles and responsibilities:

 

  • Open and close gates; check parking and outlying areas to ensure safety for visitors, open and check restrooms - restock if necessary, general litter/trash clean-up and maintenance.

  • Open areas for reservations or events, empty or pick up litter/trash and check and clean restrooms and picnic areas, empty trash/litter into dumpsters.

  • Greet park visitors and collect fees, distribute maps, brochures, and park information about events and activities and open space in general; often the “face of “Open Space because of this interaction including the possibility of being first contact for emergency situations along trails and open space that they will be maintaining-example lost citizens, injuries, (calling 911, basic first aid)

  • Opening the parks - Put out pay envelopes, open register

  • At close of parks - clean reservation areas of litter/trash, empty trash into trash bins, check areas and making sure all visitors have returned to their vehicles and safely exit the park, lock restrooms and park gates; record number of visitors via electronic counter-enter data on record; Shut down register, count fees, complete report page, make cash drop.

  • Check trails for graffiti - if found scrub and remove, trim plants along trails and entry roads 

  • Assist with special projects such as trail and annual clean up days. After being trained - may serve as lead for some of the projects working with volunteers and seasonal staff assisting in clean up;

  • Post signs at trail heads and entry booths

  • Daily interaction overview/review of duties/tasks by supervisor, mostly unsupervised while performing duties, limited supervision, self- motivation is desired

  • This is a field environmental position - the use of various hand and power tools, driving a vehicle, working in various and adverse weather conditions, may require working weekend and holidays, odd days off.

 

 

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Rio Grande Bosque Park Attendant - General Service Worker I

Rio Grande Valley State Park, City of Albuquerque, New Mexico

The City of Albuquerque manages the Rio Grande Valley State Park, 4,300 acres of protected Bosque land in the heart of the city. This major green belt provides vital community and ecosystem services. The City Open Space Division is hiring positions dedicated to maintaining the Bosque and interfacing with the public; supporting ongoing and new restoration projects to promote a healthy ecosystem; and increasing youth education, job training and monitoring programs.

Tasks

The Bosque Park Attendants are responsible for a variety of tasks in the Bosque, including the following:

Recreation

· Maintaining trails

· Maintaining recreation areas including trailheads and restrooms

· Inventorying and maintaining outdoor furnishings

· Report and maintain fences, gates and other access points

Restoration

· Managing invasive plants such as Siberian Elm, Russian Olive, Tamarisk, Ravenna Grass, Kochia, Tumbleweeds and Goathead

· Plant and maintain newly planted trees and shrubs when needed

· Manage areas of erosion

· Maintain swales and other past restoration efforts

· Clean up trash and remove unnatural debris from bosque

· Report issues and violations of ordinances

Public Outreach and Education

· Interface with the public on a regular basis to inform about rules and regulations, trail etiquette, boater safety, public events and education offerings, and respond to general questions and concerns

· Work alongside volunteers and partners on restoration projects

· Work alongside youth crews on restoration projects

· Work with students and partners on citizen science, monitoring and research projects

 

How to Apply Apply through Tryfacta: https://www.tryfacta.ai/ or email Raj- Operations Manager at raj@tryfacta.com for the following position:

 

General Service Worker I with the City’s Open Space Division. The position is a yearlong and pays $14.71 an hour for 40 hours a week with flexibility for part time schedule available. You will work alongside Open Space Division staff, partners and volunteers, as well as gain valuable hands-on skills that will support a career in conservation and natural resource management.

 

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New Mexico Tribal Liaison

South Central Climate Adaptation Science Center

This position manages relationships between the South Central Climate Adaptation Science Center (CASC) and its Tribal partners in New Mexico. The liaison will be responsible for working closely with partners from a variety of Tribes, Pueblos, and inter-tribal organizations in New Mexico to develop and deliver trainings on climate adaptation and related topics, provide support to communities seeking or engaged in adaptation activities, and work to identify and reduce barriers to implementing Tribal adaptation activities. The liaison will primarily develop these tribal engagement efforts in New Mexico based on their own experience but with guidance from the South Central CASC Tribal Engagement Program team. When requested by our partners, the liaison will lead research and education activities that are designed to increase knowledge of climate and its impacts, identify outside resources to help with specific projects, and promote opportunities for collaboration through research partnerships. The liaison will coordinate with our CASC Sustainability Scientist Manager and our CASC Climate Adaptation Planner on regional efforts working with Indigenous communities. The liaison will work with the South Central CASC to identify ways that researchers and other professionals can design research, data products, and tools to better fit the needs of Tribal partners and will work to deliver these products for use in climate adaptation planning. Extensive travel in New Mexico to meet with partners is expected. Supervision of undergraduate student interns is possible.

 

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2023 Mosaics in Science Diversity Internship Program

National Parks Service

 

Find unique work opportunities to work closely alongside scientists, researchers, educators, and various other park professionals across North America and U.S. territories.

The Mosaics in Science Program seeks to engage ethnically and racially diverse young professionals in natural resource careers.

All Position Titles:

• Agate Fossil Beds National Monument / Science Communication Assistant
• Biscayne National Park / Natural Resource Management Assistant (DHA)
• Blackstone River Valley National Historical Park / Education Assistant
• Buck Island Reef National Monument / Natural Resource Management Assistant
• Cuyahoga Valley National Park / Natural Resource Management Assistant
• Death Valley National Park / Natural Resource Management Assistant
• Glacier National Park / Natural Resource Management Assistant
• Glen Canyon National Recreation Area / Geomorphology Assistant
• Golden Gate National Recreation Area / Science Communication Assistant
• Great Sand Dunes National Park & Preserve / Visitor Use Management Assistant
• Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park / Natural Resource Management Assistant (DHA)
• Mammoth Cave National Park / Paleontology Assistant
• Mississippi National River and Recreation Areas / Natural Resource Management Assistant (DHA)
• North Coast and Cascades Inventory & Monitoring Network / Biology Assistant (DHA)
• Olympic National Park / Science Communication Assistant
• Oregon Caves National Monument / Natural Resource Management Assistant
• Point Reyes National Seashore / Biology Assistant
• Prince William Forest Park / Hydrology Assistant
• San Juan Island National Historical Park / Biology Assistant
• Waco Mammoth National Monument / Paleontology Assistant
• Yosemite National Park / Biology Assistant

**Must be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident. Age 18 - 30, and military veterans up to age 35**
**All interns are required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination**
A mandatory Professional Development Workshop will be held in Washington, D.C. from July 31 – August 4, 2023.

Contact mosaics@environmentamericas.org with any questions.

Stipend:
* $640/week or $720/week for DHA positions
* Housing and travel costs are covered by the program

Visit the website for more information

Apply by January 22 to be considered:
https://www.mosaicsinscience.org/apply/ 

 


Latino Heritage Internship Program (LHIP)

 

Explore diverse resource and cultural stewardship careers while raising awareness of the need for increased Latino representation in preserving park sites nationwide.

There are a wide variety of internships through the LHIP that can be found here. Applications are open through February 6, 2023. More information at https://latinoheritageintern.org/ 

Questions? Contact us at LHIP@environmentamericas.org   Thank you for your interest in the Latino Heritage Internship Program!


Fish & Feathers Internship Program

Environment for the Americas

 

Funded by the National Park Service and administered by Environment for the Americas, Fish & Feathers is a 12-week summer internship program that provides EFTA’s national park partners with talented, diverse interns ready to engage with local communities through fishing, birding, and other outdoor recreational activities.

Selected interns focus on supporting, implementing, and leading community outreach projects while incorporating fishing and birding activities. Fish & Feathers host sites include a wide range of excellent fishing and birding spots, such as Everglades National Park, Redwoods National Park, Great Smoky Mountains, and more.

Qualification requirements:

  • Under Direct Hire Authority and Public Land Corps requirements, as provided by the Office of Personnel Management, you MUST be a U.S. Citizen or U.S. legal resident to be eligible for any position.
  • Must be between 18 and 30 years of age.
  • If you are a veteran, you may apply up to age 35.
  • Related educational background and interests preferred.

 

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Resource Assistant Program (RAP)

US Forest Service / Environment for the Americas

 

A proud partner with the US Forest Service (USFS), Environment for the Americas offers paid internships in stunning USFS locations across the country to qualified, diverse applicants with a passion for outdoor fieldwork, research, conservation, and recreation, as well as law enforcement, finance and budgets, and other fields.

Six-month to one-year positions connect qualified applicants with a passion for outdoor fieldwork, research, and conservation to careers in forest management, recreation, and more. 

Qualification requirements:

  • Under Direct Hire Authority and Public Land Corps requirements, as provided by the Office of Personnel Management, you MUST be a U.S. Citizen or U.S. legal resident to be eligible for any position.
  • Must be between 18 and 30 years of age.
  • If you are a veteran, you may apply up to age 35.
  • Related educational background and interests preferred.

 

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Golden Gate National Recreation Area Internship

National Park Service / Environment for the Americas

 

Environment for the Americas has partnered with the National Park Service to offer year-long internship opportunities in the natural resource field for diverse, under-represented young adults at Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Positions at Golden Gate NRA involve working with wildlife conservation, habitat restoration, aquatic ecology, and much more!

In addition to working in a variety of ecosystems including coastal prairies, redwood forests, and wetlands, interns at Golden Gate NRA interact with an abundance of diverse plants and animal species while collaborating closely with park staff and partners.

Qualification requirements:

  • Under Direct Hire Authority and Public Land Corps requirements, as provided by the Office of Personnel Management, you MUST be a U.S. Citizen or U.S. legal resident to be eligible for any position.
  • Must be between 18 and 30 years of age.
  • If you are a veteran, you may apply up to age 35.
  • Related educational background and interests preferred.

 

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Celebrate Birds Internship

Celebrate Birds Program / Environment for the Americas

 

Celebrate Birds raises awareness of bird conservation initiatives through monitoring, research, outreach, and education.

Environment for the Americas has established numerous partnerships with government agencies and nonprofit organizations to create the Celebrate Birds program— a program that introduces diverse early career professionals to bird conservation studies and nature-based educational programs.

Support important bird conservation efforts through our Celebrate Birds internship program which focuses on nature-based educational projects and bird conservation and research.

Qualification requirements:

  • Under Direct Hire Authority and Public Land Corps requirements, as provided by the Office of Personnel Management, you MUST be a U.S. Citizen or U.S. legal resident to be eligible for any position.
  • Must be between 18 and 30 years of age.
  • If you are a veteran, you may apply up to age 35.
  • Related educational background and interests preferred.

 

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Environmental Educator

Talking Talons Youth Leadership

 

We are excited to announce that we are accepting applications for a part-time, temporary Environmental Educator position to support our programming in 2023. I’ve attached the full job announcement and summarized the details below.

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open until filled; best consideration by February 19, 2023 

JOB TYPE: Temporary, Part Time; March 2023 – October 2023; 40-65 hours/month 

SALARY RANGE: $16/hour - $20/hour DOE 

DESIRED START DATE: March 20, 2023 (flexible) 

LOCATION: Cedar Crest, NM 

 

SUMMARY: The Educator will work closely with the Program Manager and the Executive Director to support an exciting year of programming, with multiple projects at hand.  You will have the opportunity to support a Watershed Stewardship field trip program, community events at Carlito Springs Open Space, a summer Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) program, and the development of a new long-term climate education and youth leadership program model. As the Educator, you will be encouraged to contribute your skills and ideas as a critical part of a small, supportive, and energetic team. For the right person, this position may be extended and further developed, pending funding.

 

HOW TO APPLY: 

For best consideration, send your application to sstimson@talkingtalons.org before February 19, 2023. The position will be open until filled. In your application email, please include: 

·        Updated resume/CV 

·        Cover letter 

·        Subject line reading: TTYL Environmental Educator Applicant 

Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions about the position or the organization.  You may reach Shelby Stimson, the Executive Director, at sstimson@talkingtalons.org or (505)-604-0098.