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NH Audubon, a nonprofit statewide membership organization, is dedicated to the conservation of wildlife and habitat throughout the state. Independent of the National Audubon Society, NH Audubon has offered programs in wildlife conservation, land protection, environmental policy, and environmental education since 1914. The mission of New Hampshire Audubon is to protect New Hampshire’s natural environment for wildlife and for people.

Listed below are the current full-time, part-time, temporary and seasonal positions available at New Hampshire Audubon.

Now hiring for:

MASSABESIC CENTER ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR
NEWFOUND CENTER DIRECTOR (seasonal)
PROGRAM NATURALIST – NEWFOUND CENTER (seasonal)
CAMP ASSISTANT COUNSELOR (seasonal)
CAMP COUNSELOR (seasonal)
CAMP COUNSELOR PRE-K and LIT Director (seasonal)
CAMP COUNSELOR PRE-K (seasonal)
TRIP LEADER EXPLORERS (seasonal)


TITLE: MASSABESIC CENTER ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR

LOCATION: Massabesic Center, Auburn NH

HOURS: Tuesday-Friday, with Saturday rotation. Days and hours vary according to schedule, events or needs.  Additional hours may be required as necessary.

SCHEDULE: 24 hours per week, part-time non-exempt (hourly paid) staff position.  Schedule may vary according to needs.

FUNCTION: This position will support the mission of New Hampshire Audubon: to protect New Hampshire’s natural environment for wildlife and for people by coordinating all aspects of registration for school programs, camp, facility rentals and other NHA sponsored events and programs at the Massabesic Center and by welcoming visitors to the Center

ANTICIPATED OUTCOMES:
Ensure efficient and effective coordination and implementation of NHA sponsored programs and events by:

  • Coordinating registration for all Center programs such as school/youth group programs, birthday parties, adult/family programs, preschool and home school classes.
  • Managing the master schedule for the Massabesic Center and communicating schedule and changes to the Program Naturalists and volunteers.
  • Maintaining the volunteer educator database.
  • Serving as the first point of contact for incoming calls and visitors; greeting visitors in a welcoming manner and fostering positive relationships with the community.
  • Responding to all inquiries and questions via phone, email and in person.
  • Responding to all event and facility rental inquiries and questions via phone, email and in person.
  • Collecting all program registration information and ensuring all paperwork is complete;
  • Maintaining database of program records through Excel.
  • Providing the Program Naturalist with registration lists to assist with program delivery.
  • Managing program fee billing, accounting paperwork, deposits and petty cash.
  • Coordinating and processing all vacation camp and summer camp registrations for the Massabesic Center.
  • Maintaining database of camper records -using Camp Brain software.
  • Collecting all camp registration information and ensuring all paperwork is complete with payment.
  • Providing the Program Director and other staff, as appropriate, with registration lists to assist with camp check-ins.
  • Reporting new or renewed memberships to the NHA Membership & Development Coordinator.
  • Managing deposit collection, payments and accounting paperwork.
  • Generating and submitting reports to the Accountant.
  • Coordinating all facility rental contracts and specifications.
  • Managing all group art shows and recruiting individuals for solo shows.
  • Managing the annual Wild NH Photo Contest and Auction including guideline establishment, publicity, application distribution and submission, judging schedules, framing, photo return, photo display, auction dates, food and drink solicitation, supplies and end of show wrap up.
  • Coordinating the annual wreath sale including wreath orders, volunteers, pickup and payment.
  • Opening and closing center as required and performing light housekeeping duties to present a clean and neat appearance; ensuring that the center is set up for the next day’s activities after an event or program.
  • Assisting with animal care and feeding, as required.
  • Performing general administrative duties including volunteer supervision, volunteer training, IT issues, monitoring and ordering office supplies, and acting as cashier for events.
  • Performing other duties as assigned.

LEADERSHIP: Reports to the Massabesic Center Director

WORKING CONDITIONS: Excellent; non-smoking environment.

QUALIFICATIONS

Education: High School graduate or GED required. Bachelor’s degree preferred.

Experience: Three to five years program and event administration experience with demonstrated ability to make independent and coordinated decisions. Must have excellent telephone and administrative skills and experience with MS Office and database programs; experience with event registration software and reporting programs desirable.

Skills, Traits and Characteristics Necessary for Success: Requires exceptional interpersonal skills, attention to detail, good problem solving skills, solid communication skills and a high degree of organization. Must have the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment, a positive attitude, excellent customer service skills, ability to work independently, and a professional and courteous manner.

Physical Demands: To perform the essential functions of the position, the following applies: requires standing, stretching, bending, walking, lifting and transporting a minimum of 25 pounds.  Must be able to climb stairs as well as be physically and mentally capable of performing multiple tasks under extended heavy pressure and be able to function in a fast paced environment.

DATE: February 2017

TO APPLY: Please send resume and cover letter stating position of interest to

Lynn Bouchard
84 Silk Farm Road
Concord, NH 03301
(603) 224-9909 ext. 315

Email: lbouchard@nhaudubon.org – Subject “MAC ADMIN”


TITLE: NEWFOUND CENTER DIRECTOR

LOCATION: Newfound Center, Hebron NH (on Newfound Lake)

HOURS: 40 hours per week during peak season (mid-June through early Septermber), 1/2 hour lunch (hours and lunch breaks vary); seasonal full-time exempt (salary paid) staff position. 15-20 total hours per month, as needed, during pre-season months of March, April and May; seasonal part-time non-exempt (hourly paid) position. Additional hours may be required as necessary.

SCHEDULE: Days vary according to center needs; includes some weekends and evenings, peak season includes June through Labor Day.

FUNCTION: This position will support the mission of New Hampshire Audubon (NHA): to protect New Hampshire’s natural environment for wildlife and for people, by directing and overseeing the various functions of the Newfound Center

ANTICIPATED OUTCOMES:

Ensure efficient and effective management, oversight and promotion of the Newfound Center in order to generate a positive influence in the community by:

  • Directing and implementing the Center environmental educational programs including planning, budgeting, scheduling, record keeping and evaluating.
  • Working in conjunction with NHA’s Communications & Marketing Coordinator to promote the Center and its special events and programs within the Newfound Lake region; including creating and coordinating marketing pieces such as print materials and brochures, social media and print media.
  • Managing Center budget.
  • Working with Director of Development and Newfound Audubon Advisory Committee to fund raise for the Center.
  • Supervising care of nature center exhibits; developing and creating attractive new, educational exhibits as needed.
  • Overseeing all aspects of on-site animal care.
  • Creating and maintaining a welcoming and inviting appearance for the Center.
  • Directing and overseeing building maintenance and repair in conjunction with NHA facility staff.
  • Working in conjunction with Director of Land Management to manage and oversee sanctuaries and trails.
  • Supervising Center staff including recruiting, hiring, motivating and developing seasonal and temporary employees.
  • Working in conjunction with the Volunteer Coordinator to recruit volunteers in compliance with NHA volunteer policies; train and supervise recruited volunteers.
  • Generating visitor attendance reports and updating visitor database information.
  • Implementing and coordinating special events.
  • Serving as the Center liaison with existing partners including but not limited to, Newfound Audubon Advisory Committee and Newfound Lake Region Association
  • Performing other duties as assigned.

LEADERSHIP: Reports to the Development & Community Engagement Coordinator

WORKING CONDITIONS: Indoor and outdoor environment.

QUALIFICATIONS

Education: Bachelor’s degree required; Environmental Education, Natural Science, or Business Administration preferred.

Experience:  Three to five years environmental education and/or business administration experience including program and event administration experience required with demonstrated ability to make independent and coordinated decisions. Previous nature center management and education and experience in natural sciences required. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, budgeting, management and supervisory skills with the ability to work effectively within a diverse community. Experience with volunteer recruitment and retention desirable. Must have ARC or AHA Standard First Aid certification and CPR certification or equivalent, or willingness to obtain certifications; ARC First Responder or RTE certification or equivalent desirable.

Skills, Traits and Characteristics Necessary for Success: Requires exceptional interpersonal skills, attention to detail, good problem solving skills, solid communication skills and a high degree of organization. Must have the ability to multi-task in a hectic environment, a positive attitude, excellent customer service skills, ability to work independently, and a professional and courteous manner.

Physical Demands:  To perform the essential functions of the position, the following applies: requires standing, stretching, bending, walking, lifting about 50 lbs. and transporting and handling canoes and kayaks. Must be able to climb stairs and navigate outdoor terrain which includes steep and rocky terrain, lake environment as well as be physically and mentally capable of performing multiple tasks under pressure and be able to function in a fast paced indoors and diverse outdoors environment. Ability to participate in moderately active programming including hiking, kayaking and canoeing as necessary.

DATE:  February 2017

TO APPLY: Please send resume and cover letter stating position of interest to

Ruth Smith
84 Silk Farm Road
Concord, NH 03301
(603) 224-9909 ext. 315

Email: rsmith@nhaudubon.org – Subject “NF Director”

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TITLE: PROGRAM NATURALIST- NEWFOUND CENTER

LOCATION: Newfound Center – Hebron, NH (on Newfound Lake)

HOURS: 40 hours per week, seasonal part-time non-exempt (hourly paid) staff position

SCHEDULE: Days vary according to center needs; season includes mid-June through early September. Includes some evening and weekend hours. Schedule to be determined.

FUNCTION: This position will support the mission of New Hampshire Audubon (NHA): to protect New Hampshire’s natural environment for wildlife and for people, by developing and leading adult and family naturalist programs throughout the summer utilizing the three sanctuary properties, Newfound Lake, and other nearby natural settings.

LEADERSHIP: Reports to the Newfound Center Director

ANTICIPATED OUTCOMES:

Ensure effective and efficient general educational support for the Newfound Center in order to generate a positive influence in the community by:

  • Leading interpretive hikes and hands-on discovery activities for children, adults and families.
  • Leading canoe tours on Newfound Lake.
  • Planning and implementing outreach naturalist programs.
  • Assisting with promotion of programs
  • Creating exhibits for the Newfound Center.
  • Performing trail maintenance as needed.
  • Organizing, maintaining and inventorying program equipment.
  • Greeting and assisting visitors to the Center with general orientation, NHA membership, canoe and kayak rentals and trail information.
  • Performing animal care and assisting with maintenance records.
  • Performing other duties as assigned.

WORKING CONDITIONS: Indoor & outdoor environment.

QUALIFICATIONS

Education: Bachelor’s degree with coursework in Environmental Studies or Natural Sciences preferred.

Experience: Three to five years experience working with the general public in situations requiring an array of different skills with demonstrated ability to make independent and coordinated decisions. Interpretive and public speaking experience. Canoe and kayak paddling experience. Knowledge of the local environment a plus. Must have ARC or AHA Standard First Aid certification and CPR certification or equivalent, or willingness to obtain certifications; ARC First Responder or RTE certification or equivalent desirable.

Skills, Traits and Characteristics Necessary for Success: Requires exceptional interpersonal skills, attention to detail, good problem solving skills, solid communication skills and a high degree of organization. Must have the ability to multi-task in a hectic environment, a positive attitude, excellent customer service skills, ability to work independently, and a professional and courteous manner.

Physical Demands: To perform the essential functions of the position, the following applies: requires standing, stretching, bending, walking, lifting about 50 lbs. and transporting and handling canoes and kayaks. Must be able to climb stairs and navigate outdoor terrain which includes steep and rocky terrain, lake environment as well as be physically and mentally capable of performing multiple tasks under pressure and be able to function in a fast paced indoors and diverse outdoors environment. Ability to participate in moderately active programming including hiking, kayaking and canoeing as necessary.

DATE:  February 2017

TO APPLY: Please send resume and cover letter stating position of interest to

Ruth Smith
84 Silk Farm Road
Concord, NH 03301
(603) 224-9909 ext. 315

Email: rsmith@nhaudubon.org – Subject “NF Naturalist”

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TITLE: CAMP ASSISTANT COUNSELOR

LOCATION: Massabesic Center (Auburn, NH)

HOURS: 37.5 hours per week, Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:30 pm, ½ hour unpaid lunch, seasonal full-time, non-exempt (hourly paid).  Daily hours may vary due to camp needs.

SCHEDULE: Seasonal, full-time position from June 19 through August 18, 2017 (9 weeks total including 1 week of staff training and 8 weeks of camp).

FUNCTION: This position will support the mission of New Hampshire Audubon: to protect New Hampshire’s natural environment for wildlife and for people, by planning and conducting daily lessons and activities for campers on environmental education, assisting with camp coordination of daily nature based activities, supervising campers during extended care programs.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assists with development and implementation daily environmental activities for 6-9 year old campers.
  • Supervises and maintains responsibility for camper safety and well-being.
  • Assists with plan and materials preparation; and maintenance of program materials.
  • Submits written lesson plans to Director before each session.
  • Assists with planning and teaching all camp environmental lessons and activities for campers.
  • Provides first aid to campers as needed.
  • Performs cleaning duties as assigned.
  • Performs camper check-in and check-out of camp.
  • Provides activities and supervision for campers during extended care hours.
  • Provides feedback to parents of campers.
  • Participates in camp evaluation and cleanup at the end of the session.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

LEADERSHIP: Reports to the Camp Director

WORKING CONDITIONS:  Outdoor camp setting; Excellent non-smoking environment.

QUALIFICATIONS

Education: College level coursework in elementary education, environmental education, outdoor education, biology, natural history or related field required.

Experience:  Must have experience teaching children, preferably in a camp setting; demonstrated ability to develop creative environmental education activities. Ability to make both independent and collaborative decisions required. Must have ARC or AHA Standard First Aid certification and CPR certification or equivalent, or willingness to obtain certifications; ARC WSI certification or equivalent desirable.

Skills, Traits and Characteristics Necessary for Success: Requires exceptional interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to work both independently and collaboratively.  Creativity, flexibility and enthusiasm necessary with a sincere interest in the natural environment or education desired. Ability to pass a criminal background check.

Physical Demands: To perform the essential functions of the position, the following applies: excellent physical condition with capability to moderately hike, run and climb, tolerance for variable weather conditions, ability to work in an outdoor setting and able to lift up to 50 lbs.  Minimum age required:  18. Camp uniform (provided) required. Will need to provide proof of a physical exam within the last two years.

TO APPLY: Please send resume and cover letter stating position of interest to

Angie Krysiak
26 Audubon Way
Auburn, NH 03032
(603) 668-2045

Email: akrysiak@nhaudubon.org

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TITLE: CAMP COUNSELOR

LOCATION: Massabesic Center (Auburn, NH)

HOURS: 40 hours per week, Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:30 pm, ½ hour lunch, seasonal full-time, non-exempt (hourly paid).  Daily hours may vary due to camp needs.

SCHEDULE: Seasonal – June 19-Aug 18, 2017 (9 weeks total including 1 week of staff training and 8 weeks of camp)

FUNCTION: This position will support the mission of New Hampshire Audubon: to protect New Hampshire’s natural environment for wildlife and for people, by planning and conducting daily lessons and activities for campers on environmental education, assisting with camp coordination of daily nature based activities, supervising campers during extended care programs.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Develops and implements daily environmental activities for 6-9 year old campers.
  • Supervises and maintains responsibility for camper safety and well-being.
  • Assists with plan and materials preparation; and maintenance of program materials.
  • Submits written lesson plans to Director before each session.
  • Assists with planning and teaching all camp environmental lessons and activities for campers.
  • Provides first aid to campers as needed.
  • Performs cleaning duties as assigned.
  • Performs camper check-in and check-out of camp.
  • Provides activities and supervision for campers during extended care hours.
  • Provides feedback to parents of campers.
  • Participates in camp evaluation and cleanup at the end of the session.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

LEADERSHIP: Reports to the Camp Director

WORKING CONDITIONS: Outdoor camp setting; Excellent non-smoking environment.

QUALIFICATIONS

Education: College level coursework in elementary education, environmental education, outdoor education, biology, natural history or related field required.

Experience: Must have experience teaching children, preferably in a camp setting; demonstrated ability to develop creative environmental education activities. Ability to make both independent and collaborative decisions required. Must have ARC or AHA Standard First Aid certification and CPR certification or equivalent, or willingness to obtain certifications; ARC WSI certification or equivalent desirable.

Skills, Traits and Characteristics Necessary for Success: Requires exceptional interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to work both independently and collaboratively.  Creativity, flexibility and enthusiasm necessary with a sincere interest in the natural environment or education desired. Ability to pass a criminal background check.

Physical Demands: To perform the essential functions of the position, the following applies: excellent physical condition with capability to moderately hike, run and climb, tolerance for variable weather conditions, ability to work in an outdoor setting and able to lift up to 50 lbs.  Minimum age required:  18. Camp uniform (provided) required. Will need to provide proof of a physical exam within the last two years.

DATE: January 2017

TO APPLY: Please send resume and cover letter stating position of interest to

Angie Krysiak
26 Audubon Way
Auburn, NH 03032
(603) 668-2045

Email: akrysiak@nhaudubon.org

 

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TITLE: CAMP COUNSELOR – Pre-K and LIT Director

LOCATION: Massabesic Center (Auburn, NH)

HOURS: 4 weeks at 20 hours per week, Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 12:30 pm, seasonal part-time, non-exempt (hourly paid).  5 weeks at 40 hours per week, Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, seasonal full-time, non-exempt (hourly paid). Daily hours may vary due to camp needs.

SCHEDULE: Seasonal –9 total weeks-1 staff training (June 19-23) and 8 weeks of camp (June 26-Aug 18)

FUNCTION: This position will support the mission of New Hampshire Audubon: to protect New Hampshire’s natural environment for wildlife and for people, by planning and conducting daily lessons and activities for campers on environmental education, assisting with camp coordination of daily nature based activities, and by planning and conducting daily lessons and activities on nature and leadership for Leaders-In-Training (LIT).

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Develops and implements daily environmental activities for 4-6 year old campers.
  • Develops and implements daily leadership development activities for 13-15 year old LITs.
  • Works with Assistant Director to supervise and educate LITs.
  • Supervises and maintains responsibility for camper safety and well-being.
  • Assists with plan and materials preparation; and maintenance of program materials.
  • Submits written lesson plans to Director before each session.
  • Assists with planning and teaching of all camp environmental lessons and activities for campers.
  • Provides first aid to campers as needed.
  • Performs cleaning duties as assigned.
  • Performs camper check-in and check-out of camp.
  • Provides feedback to camper parents.
  • Participates in camp evaluation and cleanup at the end of the session.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

LEADERSHIP: Reports to the Camp Director

WORKING CONDITIONS: Outdoor camp setting; Excellent non-smoking environment.

QUALIFICATIONS

Education: College level coursework in elementary education, environmental education, outdoor education, biology, natural history or related field required.

Experience: Must have experience teaching children, preferably pre-school and pre-teen age groups and preferably in a camp setting; demonstrated ability to develop creative environmental education and leadership development activities.  Ability to make both independent and collaborative decisions required.  Must have ARC or AHA Standard First Aid certification and CPR certification or equivalent, or willingness to obtain certifications; ARC WSI certification or equivalent desirable.

Skills, Traits and Characteristics Necessary for Success: Requires exceptional interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to work both independently and collaboratively.  Creativity, flexibility and enthusiasm necessary with a sincere interest in the natural environment or education desired. Must be able to pass a criminal background check.

Physical Demands: To perform the essential functions of the position, the following applies: excellent physical condition with capability to moderately hike, run and climb, tolerance for variable weather conditions, ability to work in an outdoor setting and able to lift up to 50 lbs.  Minimum age required:  18. Camp uniform (provided) required. Will need to provide proof of a physical exam within the last two years.

DATE:  January 2017

TO APPLY: Please send resume and cover letter stating position of interest to

Angie Krysiak
26 Audubon Way
Auburn, NH 03032
(603) 668-2045

Email: akrysiak@nhaudubon.org

 

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TITLE:  CAMP COUNSELOR – Pre-K

LOCATION: Massabesic Center (Auburn, NH)

HOURS: 20 hours per week, Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 12:30 pm, seasonal part-time, non-exempt (hourly paid).  Daily hours may vary due to camp needs.

SCHEDULE: Seasonal –5 total weeks-1 staff training (June 19-23) and 4 weeks of camp (July 10-Aug 4)

FUNCTION: This position will support the mission of New Hampshire Audubon: to protect New Hampshire’s natural environment for wildlife and for people, by planning and conducting daily lessons and activities for campers on environmental education, and assisting with camp coordination of daily nature based activities.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Develops and implements daily environmental activities for 4-6 year old campers.
  • Supervises and maintains responsibility for camper safety and well-being.
  • Assists with plan and materials preparation; and maintenance of program materials.
  • Submits written lesson plans to Director before each session.
  • Assists with planning and teaching of all camp environmental lessons and activities for campers.
  • Provides first aid to campers as needed.
  • Performs cleaning duties as assigned.
  • Performs camper check-in and check-out of camp.
  • Provides feedback to camper parents.
  • Participates in camp evaluation and cleanup at the end of the session.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

LEADERSHIP: Reports to the Camp Director

WORKING CONDITIONS: Outdoor camp setting; Excellent non-smoking environment.

QUALIFICATIONS

Education: College level coursework in elementary education, environmental education, outdoor education, biology, natural history or related field required.

Experience: Must have experience teaching children, preferably pre-school age and preferably in a camp setting; demonstrated ability to develop creative environmental education activities.  Ability to make both independent and collaborative decisions required.  Must have ARC or AHA Standard First Aid certification and CPR certification or equivalent, or willingness to obtain certifications; ARC WSI certification or equivalent desirable.

Skills, Traits and Characteristics Necessary for Success: Requires exceptional interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to work both independently and collaboratively.  Creativity, flexibility and enthusiasm necessary with a sincere interest in the natural environment or education desired. Must be able to pass a criminal background check.

Physical Demands: To perform the essential functions of the position, the following applies: excellent physical condition with capability to moderately hike, run and climb, tolerance for variable weather conditions, ability to work in an outdoor setting and able to lift up to 50 lbs.  Minimum age required:  18. Camp uniform (provided) required. Will need to provide proof of a physical exam within the last two years.

DATE: January 2017

TO APPLY: Please send resume and cover letter stating position of interest to

Angie Krysiak
26 Audubon Way
Auburn, NH 03032
(603) 668-2045

Email: akrysiak@nhaudubon.org

 

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TITLE: TRIP LEADER- EXPLORERS

LOCATION: Massabesic Center (Auburn, NH)

HOURS: 40 hours a week, Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm with a paid lunch. Non-exempt (hourly) position.

SCHEDULE: Seasonal –June 19-Aug 18, 2017; 1 week of staff training and 8 weeks of camp.

FUNCTION: This position will support the mission of New Hampshire Audubon: to protect New Hampshire’s natural environment for wildlife and for people, by co-leading groups of up to 13 campers (ages 10-12) for environmental day camp which includes driving a van and traveling to various locations within New Hampshire for environmental education immersion experiences with a focus on nature exploration, hiking, outdoor survival skills, wildlife monitoring, etc..

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Develop and implement daily environmental activities and trips for campers
  • Supervise and be responsible for safety and well-being of campers
  • Submit written lesson plans to Camp Director before each camp session
  • Coordinate with places to be visited
  • Help maintain camp supplies and equipment
  • Provide first aid to campers, as needed
  • Perform check-in and check-out of campers
  • Provide feedback to parents of campers
  • Participate in evaluation and clean-up of camp at end of summer
  • Perform other duties as required

LEADERSHIP: Reports to the Camp Director

WORKING CONDITIONS: Outdoor camp setting; Excellent non-smoking environment.

QUALIFICATIONS

Education: Bachelor’s Degree or current college level coursework in environmental education, outdoor education, biology, natural history or related field required.

Experience: Must have experience teaching children, preferably in a camp setting; demonstrated ability to develop creative environmental education activities. Ability to make both independent and collaborative decisions required. Must have ARC or AHA Standard First Aid certification and CPR certification or equivalent, or willingness to obtain certifications; ARC WSI certification or equivalent preferred.

Skills, Traits and Characteristics Necessary for Success: Requires exceptional interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to work both independently and collaboratively.  Creativity, flexibility and enthusiasm necessary with a sincere interest in the natural environment or education desired. Ability to pass a criminal background and DMV check.

Physical Demands: To perform the essential functions of the position, the following applies: excellent physical condition with capability to moderately hike, run and climb, tolerance for variable weather conditions, ability to work in an outdoor setting and able to lift up to 50 lbs.  Must have a valid driver’s license and submit recent copy of driving record and be able to drive a 15 passenger van. Minimum age required:  21. Camp uniform (provided) required. Will need to provide proof of a physical exam within the last two years.

DATE: January 2017

TO APPLY: Please send resume and cover letter stating position of interest to

Angie Krysiak
26 Audubon Way
Auburn, NH 03032
(603) 668-2045

Email: akrysiak@nhaudubon.org

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We offer a competitive benefits package which includes a tax deferred retirement plan, health care plan, flexible spending accounts and generous vacation time*.

*Eligibility for benefits is based on hours requirements.

NH Audubon is an Equal Opportunity Employer.