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Programs & Marketing Coordinator, Ney Nature Center

We are currently hiring for our program and marketing coordinator position! Full description can be found here

Position Summary: The Program & Marketing Coordinator is a key leadership role in the quality of programs provided to the community served. The primary area of responsibility is the design, development and delivery of programs. This includes working with staff, interns, and volunteers in multiple facets of programming. Additionally, in a marketing capacity, there is the responsibility to outreach and promote NNC to the greater community directly through presentations, social media, and traditional media formats of radio and publication. 

To apply: Send resume, cover letter, and references via email to Becky Pollack, Executive Director, Ney Nature Center at Rebecca(at)neycenter(dot)org

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Open until filled.

Minnesota GreenCorps AmeriCorps Member, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

Seasonal, 11 months (September 2020-August 2021)

Minnesota GreenCorps is a statewide AmeriCorps program coordinated by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, with a mission to preserve and protect Minnesota's environment and strengthen communities. MN GreenCorps members serve full-time for 11 months at environmental nonprofits, government agencies, or educational institutions throughout the state. Members address critical environmental issues while gaining green job skills and networking with environmental professionals. 

Members serve on projects in one of the four environmental areas:
-Air pollutant reduction (energy conservation, green transportation)
-Community readiness and outreach (public engagement, education, volunteer mobilization)
-Green infrastructure improvements (stormwater management, urban forestry)
-Waste reduction, recycling, and organic management (food waste prevention, recycling, composting)

Member activities may include: delivering environmental education, implementing sustainability-related projects, collecting, benchmarking and analyzing data, improving habitat, implementing recycling programs, collaborating with community members, and mobilizing volunteers.

The full description of the position can be found on the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency website

Visit the Minnesota GreenCorps section of the MPA website to learn more about the program and apply. Applicants may indicate the focus area and region of the state where they want to serve on the application. 

Please direct questions to mngreencorps.pca@state.mn.us

June 15, 2020

Summer Camps & Fellowship Co-Manager, Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center

Full Time
The primary role of the Summer Camps & Fellowship Co-Manager is to oversee the Summer Camp and Fellowship programs in collaboration with their co-manager. This includes but is not limited to the directing of summer camp and fellowship programming, and supervision and management of Fellowship and Summer Camp Naturalist participants. This person performs numerous behind-the-scenes task and must be prepared to problem solve and think logistically both individually and collaboratively. By exhibiting positivity, empathy, and a growth mindset, this individual should be passionate about mentors the next generation of Environmental Educators. 

A full description of the position can be found on the Eagle Bluff website

Please visit the Eagle Bluff website for application instructions. 

First review of applications will begin on June 1, 2020

Full Time
The primary role of the Curriculum Coordinator is to assist with the behind the scenes tasks associated with the equipment and curriculum of the Outdoor School. This includes but is not limited to the maintenance of education supplies, equipment, and sites, and participating in curriculum review, revision, and creation. Maintenance efforts at Eagle Bluff are shared by a team and require individuals with a high attention to detail and a positive, solution-oriented mind-set. This person must take the initiative to identify problems and make recommendations for improvements. 

A full description fo the position can be found on the Eagle Bluff Employment page.

Please visit the Eagle Bluff website for application instructions.

The first review of applications will begin on June 1, 2020

Full-time
Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Provide leadership and direction to implement the vision of PWELC. Continue developing and updating PWELC's 100% renewable energy systems to serve as a model conservation and renewable energy campus. Direct the overall operation of PWELC. Oversee all grant-writing and continue to seek additional grant opportunities. Review programs and program direction with program coordinators. 

A full job description of the position can be requesting upon email request to jwtetz@gmail.com. 

Resume, salary requirement, writing sample, grant experience can be sent to PHI-Attn: Jim Tetzloff, PO Box 716, Spicer, MN 56288 or emailed to jwtetz@gmail.com

July 1, 2020

Seasonal Naturalist, Baker Outdoor Learning Center


Seasonal- 6 months (March 3-Sept 3)


Three Rivers Park District is seeking to fill seasonal naturalist positions at Baker Outdoor Learning Center in Maple Plain, MN. This position is responsible for developing and conducting, under direction, interpretive programs that will increase the public's awareness of their surrounding environment and foster the appreciation, enjoyment and utilization of Three Rivers Park District facilities. This position will start in early March. Our operation is 7 days a week and our typical work schedules include weekdays, weeknights, weekends, overnights and holidays. 


A full description of the position can be found on the Three Rivers Park District website. 

Online application on the Three Rivers Park District website.


Open until filled. 


Develop and conduct high quality environmental education and interpretive naturalist programs and works with staff in operation of Wood Lake Nature Center.

40 hours/week, Tuesday through Saturday, beginning February 2020 through August 2020

Starting Salary: $13.83/hour; Salary Range: $13.83/hour minimum to $16/hour maximum

A full description can be found on the city website
Visit the City of Richfield website to submit an online application. 


Tuesday, January 21, 2020


Summer Animal Care & Education Intern, Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center

Internship - Unpaid. This position runs June-August.

Learn about and assist with the care and management of Wolf Ridge’s education animals. Share your knowledge while teaching wildlife classes to summer campers, families, grandparents and grandchildren, and other groups.

Full description can be found on the website

Visit the website and click on the job you are interested in. 

Open until filled.

Summer Counselor/
Assistant Trip Leader, Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center

Full time; seasonal. This position runs June-August.

Wolf Ridge Summer Counselors have enthusiastic, open, positive attitudes and an interest in working outdoors with children. Provide leadership and mentor campers. Inspire in campers a sense of belonging, stewardship, and adventure. 

Full description can be found on the website

Visit the website and click on the job you are interested in. You will be asked to complete an online application. 

Open until filled. 

Full time; seasonal. This position runs June-August.

Teach outdoor lessons in ecology, sustainability, adventure, cultural history, and nature-themed activities to people of all ages, including campers, family members (pre-school to grandparents) and youth groups.

For the full job description visit the website

Visit the website and click on the job you are interested in. You will be asked to complete an online application. 

Open until filled. 

Summer Wilderness Trip Leader, Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center

Full time; seasonal. This position runs June-August.

Wilderness Trip Leaders are responsible for all planning, pre-arrival packing, and leadership of our canoe, sea kayak, and hiking trips to the BWCAW, Apostle Islands, Quetico, Isle Royale, Split Rock Lighthouse and surrounding areas.

A full description can be found on the website


Visit the website and click on the job you are interested in. You will be asked to complete an online application. 

Open until filled. 

Summer Organic Farm (2 openings – Intern and Field Manager), Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center

Field Manager - Full time; seasonal. Intern – Unpaid. These positions run June-August. 

Both positions will assist in farm operations and teaching. Additionally, the Field Manager will help with the care and management of farm fields, greenhouse facilities, growing beds, tools and equipment. 

Full description can be found on the website


Visit the website and click on the job you are interested in. You will be asked to complete an online application. 

Open until filled. 

Summer Director Positions (4 openings – Health, Youth Programming, Family Programming, Counselors), Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center

Full time; seasonal. These positions run June-August

The summer directors provide leadership and guidance to staff and campers of the summer youth program. While all directors will work together through the summer, each serves a more focused goal as well. Information specific to each role can be found at the link to apply.

A full description of the positions can be found here

Visit the website and click on the job you are interested in. You will be asked to complete an online application. 

Open until filled.

Environmental Education Intern, River Bend Nature Center, Faribault, MN

Help plan and implement school programs to meet state science standards. Work with students of diverse cultures to understand the natural world. Handle visitor and public input courteously and responsively with respect for differing opinions and maintain positive relationships across sectors. 

Unpaid seasonal position, flexible to fit class schedules. 

Full description can be found at rbnc.org

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to:

Breanna Wheeler, Executive Director
River Bend Nature Center
PO Box 186
Faribault, MN 55021

or email rbncinfo@rbnc.org

Open Until Filled

YES! Coordinator, Ney Nature Center

Full-time that pairs two part-time positions.
YES! coordinator position (up to 20 hours/week) will coordinate the YES! program for teams of youth and their coaches in Southern Minnesota. 
Full description can be found here

To apply: Send resume, cover letter, and references via email to Becky Pollack, Executive Director, Ney Nature Center at Rebecca(at)neycenter(dot)org
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Open until filled

Administrative Assistant,
Ney Nature Center

A full time position that pairs two part-time positions.
Ney Nature Center Administrative Assistant (up to 20 hours/week) is responsible for the overall interface with members and site visitors, office duties, and administrative support of the Ney Nature Center Executive Director.
The full job description can be found here

To apply: Send resume, cover letter, and references via email to Becky Pollack, Executive Director, Ney Nature Center at Rebecca(at)neycenter(dot)org
*Insert the at and period symbol where appropriate*

Open Until Filled

Outdoor Education Program Facilitator, Camp Fire Minnesota

Part Time & Seasonal
This position leads inquisitive young minds during school field trips at Tanadoona, in-class sessions, and day off school programs, teaching them all about nature and the outdoors. This position may also lead groups through the team-building challenge program. All programs serve a large variety of students from the Twin Cities Metro area with grades K-12. 

Please submit a resume and cover letter to hr@campfiremn.org. Please include "Program Facilitator" in the subject line of your email. 

Continuous 

Seasonal Naturalist, Long Lake Conservation Center

Part-time & Seasonal
Job Summary: To lead students, teachers and parents in conservation education programs and activities, conduct programs for students and adults in environmental education and outdoor recreation, and to oversee and cares for resident live animals.

Continuous

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