Cal-Wood is seeking energetic, flexible, hard-working, and motivated applicants for an exciting and rewarding field instructor positions. Instructors are responsible for providing a fun and educational experience for a learning group made up of 10-15 students during each school’s visit. Typical programs are three-day / two-night programs with 4th – 6th graders. Our field instructors enjoy working in our 1,200-acre outdoor classroom with a team of other motivated individuals passionate about the outdoors, natural science, and education. We provide access to dynamic, hands-on science education in the field to students from all different backgrounds. For more info and to apply, click HERE.
Join a passionate team-leading stewardship effort on public lands in Southern Colorado! Rocky Mountain Field Institute (RMFI) seeks to hire a full-time, salaried Program Manager to coordinate RMFI’s trail and restoration projects and programs in Southern Colorado and the Pikes Peak Region. These positions at RMFI do not come around very often, so this is an exciting opportunity for the right person wanting to make a difference. This position requires a strong skill set in various trail and restoration techniques; attention to detail; strong conservation ethic; excellent leadership, communication, logistical, coordination, writing, and team skills; experience leading and managing seasonal staff and volunteers; excellent people skills; ability to prioritize and work on multiple projects simultaneously; and a desire to implement highly effective projects that help protect public lands. The first round of interviews will commence the week of November 6, 2017, and will continue until the position is filled. Full Information HERE.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is hiring for a full-time Policy & Planning Assistant to support our regulatory processes and provide administrative support. OPEN TO COLORADO RESIDENTS ONLY. See the job announcement and apply online HERE. Applications due November 8th, 2017; capped at first 75 applicants.
The City of Fort Collins Natural Areas Department is hiring a full-time, permanent Education and Volunteer Coordinator for their large and diverse volunteer program to plan, organize, direct, administer, and evaluate programs related to natural areas, environmental education, public information, marketing, and public involvement, as well as coordinate programming, including school field trips. The deadline to apply is 3 p.m. on November 14, 2017. HERE is the link to apply.
Hands-On Labs, Inc. (HOL) is seeking a Science Laboratory Curriculum & Product Developer. This person develops laboratory experiences, curricula, and products that support the academic requirements of secondary and post-secondary science courses. This individual designs, develops, enriches, and supports all sales and production facets of the experiments contained in HOL products, which provide wet science lab experiences in support of educational institutions’ science courses, primarily online science courses. This position works collaboratively within a team of science colleagues, clients, and HOL’s Sales, Production, and Documentation teams to develop, write, produce, and confirm challenging and effective science experiments that engage students, meet traditional academic learning objectives, and can be safely and successfully conducted at home. Please submit resume to Rick Carmichael, email@example.com. Applicants MUST have a science degree. MS or PhD preferred.
The Mountain Park Environmental Center is seeking an experienced, collaborative, and engaging individual to join their team as Environmental Educators who will primarily work with their new Forest School for Little Rangers program. This position will co-facilitate MPEC’s preschool program and have the option to facilitate other programs when needed. The ideal candidate will possess a solid early education background, environmental science background and demonstrable experience working at the intersection of nature education and early child development. Position is idea for a retired teacher who is looking for a part time position working with young children in the outdoors. Click HERE for more information and to apply.
Metro to Mountain Native Plant Master Program is Seeking Volunteer Educators. Are you interested in native plants? Would you like to share your knowledge with others? The Metro to Mountain Native Plant Master® Program is seeking volunteer educators who have a passion for educating others about native plants. Both experts and those with more intermediate knowledge are encouraged to apply. There is a comprehensive training program and in depth resources so volunteers are fully equipped to begin their teaching role in 2018. For more information click HERE.