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Grand Traverse Conservation District

Position: Environmental Educator

Job Description: The Environmental Educator works with the Education Team to further the mission of the Grand Traverse Conservation District by supporting the activities of the Education Team, led by the Education Director/Camp Director.  Primary responsibilities include developing and delivering environmental education programs, creating and maintaining signage and exhibits, and representing the organization at the Boardman River Nature Center and throughout the community.

Qualifications: Click here for a more detailed job description and qualifications 

To Apply:   Please email completed application, resume, and cover letter stating your suitability for the position based on required knowledge and skills to the Grand Traverse Conservation District Education Director/Camp Director Taryn Care at tcarew@gtcd.org.  The application can be found on the GTCD website www.natureiscalling.org/about/employment.

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Huron-Clinton Metroparks - Eastern District
Harrison Township, MI

Position: District Interpretive Services Supervisor

Job Description: Under the immediate supervision of the Chief of Interpretive Services, work activities in this position primarily involve supervising and overseeing in the daily activities related to interpretive programs and operation of interpretive centers for assigned district. Creativity, initiative, enthusiasm, positive demeanor, confidentiality, and reliability are crucial to the
success of this position.


Qualifications: Click here for a more detailed job description and qualifications 

To Apply:   To apply for this position please submit your resume & complete the application on this link Click here to apply or visit metroparks.com/hiring.

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Troy Nature Society
Troy, MI

Position: Nature Center Intern 

Job Description: The Nature Center intern will work in the Stage Nature Center, an extension of the Parks Division within the Department of Public Works. This intern will assist with the maintenance of the trails and assist in the facilitation and implementation of curriculum for community and school-based programs in order to create a more successful and sustainable program structure.

Qualifications: Click here for a more detailed job description and qualifications 

To Apply:  Applications are available at www.troymi.gov/jobopenings

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Lake Superior State University

Sault Ste. Marie, MI

Position: Head Coach for Shooting Sports

Job Description: The Head Coach for Shooting Sports reports to the Director of Club Sports and is responsible for recruiting and training of student-athletes for club competition. The coach will oversee the development, organization, administration, and growth of activity for the shooting sports club program for competition and academic programs.


The successful candidate will add value to the student-athlete experience and campus environment through athletic competition. The shooting sports club program will become a reason to attend LSSU and provide retention support for members.

Qualifications: Click here for a more detailed job description and qualifications 

To Apply:  Please apply online through the LSSU website for this position

Posted: 06.01.2021

Belle Isle Nature Center/Detroit Zoological Society

Detroit, MI

Position: Education Specialist 

Job Description:  The Education Specialist is responsible for engaging diverse audiences by developing and facilitating programs.


The ideal candidate will assist with coordinating instructors, volunteers and seasonal staff to deliver exceptional quality programs that is engaging, relevant, inspiring and interactive learning experiences to provide our audiences with the knowledge and tools to take action and create positive change within our community. They will maintain and strengthen existing organizational partnerships while exploring additional opportunities. The Education Specialist will work at the Belle Isle (Detroit, MI) location.

QualificationsFor more details about the position please click here.

To Apply: Please apply online at the Detroit Zoo website.

Posted: 06.01.2021

Discovery Wilderness School

Grand Rapids, MI

Position: Nature Guide

Job Description: Discovery Wilderness School is a nature-connection and environmental education program for virtual/home school students ages 2-18 in West Michigan. Our Nature Guides come from many different backgrounds, creating a diverse team of leaders that are passionate about getting kids outdoors to explore, learn, create and discover. We are growing for the 2021-2022 School Year and are looking for part-time staff to join our team.

 

A Nature Guide’s role is to facilitate a connection between students and the natural world. Guides will help students engage deeply in nature, and develop personal awareness to the rhythms of plants, birds, insects, trees, animals, seasons, and weather. Guides will work together to develop lesson plans, games, stories, and celebrations to engage students in their assigned cohorts. A guide’s pay rate is dependent upon his/her experience in prior settings, and commitment to curriculum development. Staff hours are Wednesday and Thursday 9:30 AM-2:30PM, with additional training and meetings scheduled in August and throughout the year.

QualificationsFor more details about the program visit www.discoverywilderness.com 

To Apply: Please reach out to Chelsea Eerkes, Program Director for more information, discoverywilderness@gmail.com

Posted: 06.01.2021