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Job Opportunities with BEETLES Partners: January 2020

Read on for open positions and applications with BEETLES Partners:

Full-Time Environmental Scientist: Maryland Coastal Bays Program.

The Maryland Coastal Bays Program is now accepting applications for a full-time Environmental Scientist. This is a regular full-time position (40 hours weekly) with occasional weekend work. Principle responsibilities are to manage and administer long-term monitoring programs including volunteer water quality monitoring, annual stream monitoring, and horseshoe crab monitoring. Applications are due February 7th at 5 pm EST.


Instructor and Leadership Positions: Multnomah Education Service District Outdoor School

Multnomah Education Service District’s Oregon Outdoor School Programs are hiring instructors and leadership positions in their 6th-grade program focused on teaching science and community development; and instructors and leaders for their Fourth Grade program focused on exploring multiple cultural perspectives in the history of Oregon. 


Residential Outdoor Science Instructors and Vice President of Camp: Sierra Nevada Journeys

Sierra Nevada Journeys is hiring for Residential Outdoor Science Instructors (ROSI). Our ROSI roles are full-time, seasonal positions that run from late-February to mid-November. The primary responsibility of an instructor is delivering residential, one- to five- day outdoor science educational programs primarily serving 5th and 6th grades from regional elementary and middle schools. 

Sierra Nevada Journeys is seeking our new Vice President of Camp to lead our wonderful Grizzly Creek Ranch team, programs and operations.  Position will be posted very soon, keep checking here: 


Education Programs Manager: Riverbend Environmental Education Center

The Education Programs Manager is integral to our success as a regional leader as we implement new strategies and plans for significant organizational growth. Responsible for leading, managing and evaluating formal education programs for groups and individuals to meet the mission, vision and strategic goals of Riverbend Environmental Education Center. This includes school programs, camps, scouts and public programs.   


Camp Instructors: Bird Conservancy of the Rockies

Bird Conservancy of the Rockies is seeking male and female camp instructors to join our team for the summer. The instructors will be based out of Brighton, CO for our day camps, and then Allenspark,CO during our overnight camps. Camp Instructors are expected to deliver high quality programming for campers ages 4-17, and live on site during overnight camps.


Youth Environmental and Outdoor Educators: A Mountain Classroom New Hampshire

Through Guided Outdoors programming, the Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) offers an engaging slate of staff-led outdoor experiences for youth, adults, and families, which promote appreciation, understanding, enjoyment, and responsible use of natural resources. We provide people of all ages and backgrounds with the skills to enjoy the outdoors and an increased understanding of their connection to the natural world. Our Youth Environmental & Outdoor Educators predominantly lead trips for participants in grades K-12 and teens, but will also be cross-trained and occasionally scheduled to lead with adults and families as well. 


Seasonal Interpretation and Education Specialists: Tillamook Forest Center

Would you or someone you know like to work at a beautiful, award-winning visitor center in the heart of a young rainforest? The Tillamook Forest Center in Oregon is hiring up to 2 full-time seasonal Interpretation and Education Specialists. Please pay special attention to the Application Instructions in the announcement to ensure your application materials are submitted correctly.


Naturalists and Summer Cabin Leader Interns: Dunes Learning Center

Are you or someone you know looking to develop outdoor environmental education skills while providing meaningful experiences for campers and students? Dunes Learning Center is a classroom without walls located within Indiana Dunes National Park. Through overnight summer camps and school-year programs, students explore the wonder of the dunes. We are hiring Interpretive Naturalists and Summer Cabin Leader Interns.  Please follow this link for more information.


Environmental Education Graduate Residency Program at the University of Idaho McCall Field Campus

Advance your education and professional career by earning a Master of Natural Resources degree in one year! The Environmental Education and Science Communication Graduate Residency Program at the University of Idaho McCall Field Campus is a program like no other, located in the awe-inspiring mountains and canyons of west-central Idaho. Applied coursework and targeted study in science communication, leadership, place-based education, ecology, and a teaching practicum in the award-winning McCall Outdoor Science School K12 program provide a foundation for our grads to positively impact the workforce and the world.

Contact Graduate Residency Coordinator, Leslie Dorsey ( or follow the link above for more information.

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