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Farmington Hills Nature Center

TITLE: Nature Early Childhood Instructor

LOCATION: Farmington Hills

JOB DESCRIPTION: The Preschool Instructor will develop lesson plans and lead activities for the Nature Preschool and Summer Camp programs and will oversee an assistant or volunteer instructor(s). The Instructor is directly accountable to the Recreation Specialist (Nature Center Supervisor) and adjunctly accountable to the Recreation Superintendent of Special Services. Performs other duties as assigned.

DETAILS: For more detailed information about this position, please click here.

TO APPLY: All candidates must complete a City of Farmington Hills employment application. Applications are located at or in the Human Resources Department at City Hall (31555 West Eleven Mile Road, Farmington Hills, MI 48336). Please email the completed application and supporting documents to or in person to the HR Department for consideration.

Posted 09/17/2019

Howell Nature Center

TITLE: Director of Wildlife and Education



JOB DESCRIPTION: The Howell Nature Center (HNC) is seeking a Director of Wildlife and Education to oversee one of the largest Wildlife rehabilitation and education programs in the Midwest. HNC is located in SE Michigan on beautiful Pleasant Lake and features 230 rolling acres. HNC is a non-profit comprehensive environmental and experiential education facility offering overnight lodging and camp opportunities to thousands of campers and hundreds of organizations and private groups annually. The HNC Wildlife Program has been rehabilitating and educating the public about wildlife since 1982. Our Wildlife Clinic admits approximately 4,000 patients per year from 150 species. Our public zoo, the Wild Wonders Wildlife Park, exhibits over 75 permanently injured Michigan native birds, mammals and reptiles. The Wildlife Education Program presents over 500 live wildlife presentations annually, both on and off-site, to bring awareness of our local wildlife

DETAILS: For more detailed information about this position, please click here.

TO APPLY: Interested and qualified applicants please send your cover letter and resume, along with salary requirements to Application deadline is August 31st, 2019.

Posted 08/20/2019