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Parker Mill County Park

TITLE: Season Interpretive Assistant



JOB DESCRIPTION: Under the supervision of a higher classified employee, the Seasonal Interpretive Assistant will work with staff to provide mill tours and other interpretive programs at Parker Mill County Park located at 4650 Geddes Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48105. Duties will focus on interpretation of the historical and cultural resources preserved at the mill during public events. A brief history and description of Parker Mill is included at the end of this announcement.

The Seasonal Interpretive Assistant schedule at Parker Mill County Park is limited primarily to weekends, specifically Sundays, from September through October. There are other events in summer to gain additional hours, but those opportunities are highly limited.

This job will include interpreting Parker Mill to enrich visitors’ experience by helping them understand the significance of this mill to our local heritage. Duties will include: opening the mill, maintaining a welcoming environment for visitors, and reporting records of attendance. The Assistant might be requested to perform job-related duties other than those outlined above.

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

TO APPLY: Please send cover letter, references, and resume to: Washtenaw County Parks & Recreation 2230 Platt Road PO Box 8645 Ann Arbor, MI 48107-8645

For more information contact: Allison Krueger, Stewardship Manager Filing Deadline: Open Until Filled

Posted 08/12/2019

YMCA Camp Pendalouan

TITLE: OE Instructor

LOCATION: Montague

POSITION TYPE: Temporary, $300/week

JOB DESCRIPTION: We are seeking individuals with expertise and interest in working with kids. We help children connect with nature and develop stronger social-emotional health. Our curriculum is built on a sense of achievement, belonging, and strengthening friendships. Activities include environmental, history, and team building focus. We also offer evening programs to our overnight groups including campfires, night hikes, and square dances. If you love working with children, the outdoors, and teaching, you can make a difference at Camp Pendalouan.

Instructors also work occasional nights and weekends, and are provided dedicated time off each week.

Located in northern Muskegon County on Big Blue Lake, Pendalouan borders the Manistee National Forest. We are a rustic, well-maintained camp in a beautiful lakefront forest. Pendalouan is three hours from Chicago, an hour from Grand Rapids, and 10 minutes from civilization.

CPR/First Aid certification is required, lifeguarding is preferred. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, college degree preferred.

TO APPLY: Positions are available during the Fall season (August 19 to November 11). To apply, send your cover letter, resume and 3 references to Matthew Abel.

Posted 07/28/2019

Inland Seas Education Association

TITLE: Fund Development Coordinator

LOCATION: Suttons Bay

POSITION TYPE: Full Time, Permanent

JOB DESCRIPTION:The ISEA Fund Development Coordinator is responsible for planning, organizing, directing, and executing routine fundraising including: mail and digital appeals, planned giving, special events, sponsorships, creating gift and grant proposals, and other fundraising activities as assigned. The Fund Development Coordinator works closely with the Executive Director, who has primary responsibility for major donors/grantors, and also with the Board of Directors in all development and fundraising endeavors.

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

TO APPLY: To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to Stephanie Rustem at by August 2, 2019.

Posted 07/21/2019

Battle Creek Outdoor Education Center

TITLE: Seasonal Outdoor Education Instructor

LOCATION: Battle Creek


JOB DESCRIPTION: Instructors at the OEC serve an essential role in the camp experience for visiting students. Instructors are responsible for providing an engaging, positive, and learning experience in the environmental-based learning of students. Instructors are in charge of a group of students during the day leading activities, overnight supervision of the dorm, and involved with care of OEC resources [animals, ropes courses, land/trails].

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

TO APPLY: Send cover letter, resume, and 3 reference contacts to Program Coordinator, Kellie Donajkowski, at Phone inquiries are welcome at 269-721-8161. More information is on our website The OEC accepts applications on a rolling basis. Positions close once filled.

Posted 07/21/2019