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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:

PRESIDENT
COMMUNICATIONS & MARKETING COORDINATOR
FACILITIES COORDINATOR
CAMP ASSISTANT COUNSELOR (seasonal)
CAMP COUNSELOR (seasonal)
CAMP COUNSELOR PRE-K (seasonal)
TRIP LEADER EXPLORERS (seasonal)


POSITION GUIDE

ORGANIZATION: NEW HAMPSHIRE AUDUBON
POSITION: PRESIDENT

REPORTS TO: Board of Trustees
LOCATION: Concord, NH

New Hampshire Audubon trustees have formed a transition task force and contracted with a search firm to provide a smooth succession to the next president. All inquiries about the position should be sent to Cory King at Kittleman Associates, Willis Tower, 233 South Wacker Drive, 84th Floor, Chicago, IL 60606 or resumes@kittlemansearch.com.

MISSION

To protect New Hampshire’s natural environment for wildlife and for people.

ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION

Founded in 1914 with an original focus on protecting and restoring migratory bird populations decimated by hunting and collection in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, today’s NH Audubon has broadened its focus and currently provides:

• Environmental education programs throughout the state
• Statewide conservation research and wildlife monitoring
• Protection of nearly 8,000 acres of wildlife habitat on 39 sanctuaries
• Environmental public policy and science-based advocacy

A nonprofit, statewide membership organization independent of the National Audubon Society, NH Audubon operates four centers (in Auburn, Concord, Hebron, and Manchester) and two raptor observatories (in Concord and Peterborough). The staff includes conservation biologists, educators, land managers, and other talented individuals with accounting, development, personnel, communications, building maintenance, management, and marketing skills.

As a statewide organization, NH Audubon serves its members and the public locally through its visitor centers. Center staff provides educational programs for children and adults, special events, and outdoor exploration opportunities. Each center is unique, including one which is managed in partnership with other organizations.

NH Audubon’s conservation biology work involves research, management, and monitoring of New Hampshire’s native birds; ecosystem and habitat conservation for wildlife; and the promotion of science-based public policy at state and local levels. Staff have led efforts to restore threatened or endangered terns, Bald Eagles, Ospreys, and Peregrine Falcons in collaboration with government agencies and other organizations. NH Audubon has published The State of New Hampshire’s Birds and contributed expertise to the New Hampshire Wildlife Action Plan.

Volunteers and citizen scientists are an integral part of NH Audubon’s work. The membership chapters of NH Audubon are organized by committed volunteers and provide field trip and program opportunities for members and nonmembers alike.

THE OPPORTUNITY

New Hampshire Audubon has emerged from a period of transition with a renewed focus on expanding opportunities across the organization, from education and outreach to conservation research and land management. The organization faces an exciting and challenging future. The new President will have an opportunity to lead NH Audubon into its second century of success by working with the Board and the Senior Staff to continue to strengthen the organizational foundation, expand engagement of supporters and initiate the next edition of a multi-year strategic plan. A part of this process will be to identify opportunities for the various programs and centers to work more closely together to achieve NH Audubon’s mission. Through this strategic planning effort and organizational development, the President will have the opportunity to articulate a vision for the organization over the next decade, enhance integration and collaboration of various program areas and further the financial, human, and other resources necessary to fulfill that vision.

POSITION SUMMARY

The President is responsible for all aspects of day-to-day management of the organization. The President provides leadership, direction and vision, ensuring that the organization is well managed and has the resources necessary to achieve its goals. As the principal spokesperson for the organization, the President is responsible for raising the profile and visibility of NH Audubon. The President oversees the Management Team which consists of directors from conservation, finance, land management, human resources, education, membership and development, policy, and nature centers. The President collaborates with the Board of Trustees on strategic decisions concerning vision, goals, significant financial matters and policy. Reports to the Board of Trustees.

Responsibilities

Budget and Finance
• Provides leadership and oversight of the organization’s finances, including operating, capital and special project budgets
• Works with the Management Team to identify and assess organizational and programmatic fiscal needs
• Develops strategies to meet budget and revenue targets, to ensure fiscal solvency and well-being
• Assesses current and potential funding sources to maximize the organization’s financial stability and ensure the delivery of quality cost effective services

Development
• Works closely with Director of Membership and Development to establish and achieve long and short-term fundraising goals
• Cultivates and helps steward major donors, foundations and corporations
• Actively participates in philanthropic activities throughout the state to build and maintain relationships with existing and potential donors

Staff Management
• Provides leadership and inspiration to staff at all levels
• Assesses and manages the management staff to promote cost effective, high quality operations within their respective departments
• In collaboration with the Human Resource Director, establishes standards for staff recruitment, training/development, supervision and evaluation
• Encourages communication and information flow throughout the organization

Strategic Planning
• Works with the Management Team, the Board, and other relevant entities to update and implement short and long term plans and strategies to enhance the stability, growth and viability of the organization

External Relations
• Serves as the representative and spokesperson for the organization
• Staffs appropriate Board committees and task forces
• Promotes a positive image of the organization
• Actively participates in appropriate professional and community forums to promote awareness and raise support for the organization and its programs

Programs
• Works with the Management Team to strengthen the development, integration and coordination of all programs and to meet organizational goals, revenue targets and quality standards
• Integrates overall direction of the organization with program priorities and activities

CANDIDATE PROFILE

New Hampshire Audubon (NHA) seeks an accomplished leader who demonstrates keen understanding of and passion for the organization’s unique mission. The person must be ready to join with the Board to lead NHA in pursuing strategic goals in environmental conservation, policy, education and research through a proven ability in fundraising, program oversight, collaborative ventures and constituency building. The ideal candidate will have a background that includes financial and staff management combined with an understanding of complex environmental issues. Experience and/or familiarity with environmental issues affecting New Hampshire would be a plus but is not required.

The successful candidate will exhibit exceptional interpersonal skills to effectively interact with Board, staff, – environmental advocates and policy leaders, governmental officials, donors and other key stakeholders. The President must be able to articulate the mission of NHA to a variety of constituents and establish effective and efficient internal communication. This individual must be confident, bright, and have the appropriate skills and presence to work in an effective, collegial and collaborative manner.

The ideal candidate will be a strong and effective leader, with an inclusive, team oriented management style. The primary profile characteristics sought are successful leadership; the ability and interest to cultivate relationships with key donors, board members, community and government leaders; relevant management experience; the ability to inspire and motivate staff and constituents; and a visionary who will chart meaningful organizational growth for NHA, while maintaining a strong and sustainable foundation.

Candidates with executive level achievement in fields of environmental education, advocacy, policy, research, business, law and/or related fields are encouraged to apply. Non-profit management experience, preferably in environmental protection or wildlife conservation is desired. Proven experience and success in fundraising is highly desired.

A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university is required; a Master’s degree is desired, preferably in environmental conservation, conservation biology, wildlife management, or related fields.

Applications and nominations are being received by Kittleman & Associates, LLC. To apply, please send a current resume and letter of interest to resumes@kittlemansearch.com.

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COMMUNICATIONS & MARKETING COORDINATOR

LOCATION: McLane Center

HOURS: 21 hours per week. Hourly schedule may vary according to needs. Additional hours may be required as necessary.

SCHEDULE: Days may vary per week, as needed. Part-time, non-exempt (hourly paid) staff position.

FUNCTION: This position will support the mission of New Hampshire Audubon: to protect New Hampshire’s natural environment for wildlife and for people, by developing and implementing the communications and marketing plans and objectives that support the mission, membership and programs of the organization.

ANTICIPATED OUTCOMES: Strategically develop New Hampshire Audubon’s communications and marketing efforts in order to generate interest and secure financial commitment from the community by:

  • Cultivating and maintaining strong working relationships with representatives from various media outlets.
  • Promoting NH Audubon through social media outlets (including but not limited to twitter, Facebook, & eblasts) to increase public awareness of the organization’s activities and accomplishments and make public announcements.
  • Creating and distributing press releases.
  • Coordinating, creating, and managing the publication and distribution of NH Audubon’s quarterly newsletter and other printed promotional materials and direct mail pieces, in collaboration with all centers and departments.
  • Creating, managing, and editing website content.
  • Writing a monthly e-newsletter in collaboration with all centers and departments.
  • Performing other duties as assigned.

LEADERSHIP: Reports to Director of Development

WORKING CONDITIONS: Excellent; non-smoking environment.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required.

Experience: At least three years communications and marketing experience required with demonstrated ability to make independent and coordinated decisions. Must have expertise in graphic and web design. Technical expertise and experience with Adobe Creative suite, MS Word, Excel, database programs and web content programs such as WordPress required. Must have excellent verbal and written communication and organizational skills with the ability to work effectively within a diverse community. Self-motivation to learn new applications and remain current with best practices.

Skills, Traits and Characteristics Necessary for Success: Requires strong interpersonal skills, exceptional 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 or sitting, stretching, bending, walking, lifting and transporting a minimum of 25 pounds. Must be capable of performing multiple tasks under deadline and be able to function in a fast-paced environment.

DATE POSTED: February 2016

TO APPLY:

Please send cover letter and current resume to:

Director of Human Resources
NH Audubon
84 Silk Farm Rd.
Concord, NH 03301

E:mail: Please send cover letter and current resume as pdf or in Word document format to lbouchard@nhaudubon.org.

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FACILITIES COORDINATOR

LOCATION: McLane Center

HOURS: Three (7) hr. workdays a week. Additional hours and days, including occasional weekends may be required, as necessary.

SCHEDULE: 21 hours per week, part-time, non-exempt (hourly paid) support 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 implementing the overall maintenance, upkeep, repairs, grounds keeping, cleanliness and safety of New Hampshire Audubon properties and facilities while demonstrating a commitment to environmental ethics and practices which support McLane’s Gold Leed Status.

LEADERSHIP: Reports to the Events Manager.

ANTICIPATED OUTCOMES: Ensure efficient and effective building, custodial and event support in order to generate a positive, orderly and clean appearance for the McLane Center by:

  • Following weekly grounds maintenance schedule and weekly custodial schedule while promoting an eco-friendly environment by using bio-degradable cleaning and landscaping products, and overall green practices whenever possible. Duties include, but not limited to:
    • Mowing common areas
    • Landscaping common areas, entryways and gardens
    • Removing and shoveling snow from all entryways/exits
    • Sanding or salting parking lots and all entryways/exits
    • Vacuuming and dusting common area and offices
    • Cleaning, disinfecting and mopping multiple kitchen areas
    • Cleaning, disinfecting and mopping multiple restroom areas
    • Washing windows and tables as needed
    • Consolidating and removing trash and recyclables
    • Ensuring all restroom supplies, cleaning supplies, and first-aid supplies are stocked
    • Checking to make sure AED is properly charged
  • Executing routine documented maintenance schedules for all New Hampshire Audubon properties and facilities.
  • Communicating policies regarding facility equipment and vehicle usage.
  • Communicating, and implementing standards and policies regarding facility security and safety.
  • Taking a proactive approach to maintaining the overall grounds keeping, cleanliness and safety of New Hampshire Audubon properties and facilities.
  • Ensuring that driveway, parking lot and all exits/entrances are well maintained both for safety and for appearance.
  • Ensuring that all exterior signage is within zoning regulations.
  • Scheduling and monitoring contracted vendor services for upkeep, repairs and safety while ensuring that all repairs, safety inspections, etc. do not interfere with daily operations and/or event rentals.
  • Serving on the Safety Committee, maintaining a knowledge of safety requirements/standards in the workplace, being proactive in maintaining and promoting a safe work environment and safe practices; responding to safety issues in the workplace in accordance with NH DOL standards.
  • Providing safety and operations tours for new hires, renters and other staff as well as “Green Building Tours” to visitors and other guests, as requested or needed; maintaining a working knowledge of the Center’s Leed Gold Certificate status.
  • Responsible for event and function room set ups and breakdowns according to weekly schedules and Event Checklist including, but not limited to:
    • Setting up and breaking down tables and chairs
    • Ensuring customer equipment needs are met
    • Washing tables and chairs after events
    • Vacuuming function rooms
    • Removing trash and recyclables
  • Maintaining McLane Center building systems including pellet and propane boilers, Clivus composting and greywater recycling system, SimplexGrinnell fire alarm/ sprinkler system, and Otis hydraulic elevator.
  • Serving as emergency point of contact for response to emergency building-related issues.
  • Maintaining and storing company-owned equipment and tools in an orderly, safe and efficient manner.
  • Coordinating activities of volunteers working in facilities maintenance.
  • Performing other duties as assigned.

WORKING CONDITIONS: Excellent; non-smoking indoor and outdoor environment.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: High School graduate or GED required. Associates degree preferred.

Experience: Three to five years custodial, grounds keeping, and/or building maintenance experience with demonstrated ability to make independent and coordinated decisions.
Must have experience with safety requirements and knowledge of the safe use of tools and equipment; knowledge and experience with MS Word, Excel, and database programs preferred.

Skills, Traits and Characteristics Necessary for Success: Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, project management, organization and prioritization skills with strong ability to pay attention to detail, and effectively solve problems. Requires exceptional interpersonal skills with the ability to work effectively within a diverse community. Must have the ability to multi-task in a hectic environment and maintain a positive attitude, possess excellent customer service skills and have the ability to work independently in 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 50 pounds. Must be able to operate and effectively utilize equipment required in order to perform job responsibilities, including but not limited to vacuuming, operating riding and push lawn mowers, snow blower, climbing ladders and pushing cleaning cart. 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. Valid driver’s license required.

DATE POSTED: February 2016

TO APPLY:

Please send cover letter and current resume to:

Director of Human Resources
NH Audubon
84 Silk Farm Rd.
Concord, NH 03301

E:mail: Please send in pdf or Word document format to lbouchard@nhaudubon.org

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CAMP ASSISTANT COUNSELOR (seasonal)

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 20 through August 19, 2016 (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.

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

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

E-mail: akrysiak@nhaudubon.org

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CAMP COUNSELOR (seasonal)

LOCATION: Massabesic Center (Auburn, NH) & McLane Center, (Concord, 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 20-Aug 19, 2016 (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.

DATE: January 2016

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

Massabesic Center in Auburn, NH:
Angie Krysiak
26 Audubon Way
Auburn, NH 03032
Ph: (603) 668-2045
E-mail: akrysiak@nhaudubon.org

McLane Center in Concord, NH:
Director of Human Resources
84 Silk Farm Rd.
Concord, NH 03301
E-mail: lbouchard@nhaudubon.org

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CAMP COUNSELOR – Pre-K (seasonal)

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 20-24) and 4 weeks of camp (July 11-Aug 5)

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.

DATE: January 2016

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

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

E-mail: akrysiak@nhaudubon.org

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TRIP LEADER- EXPLORERS (seasonal)

LOCATION: Positions Available at : Massabesic Center (Auburn, NH) & McLane Center (Concord, 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 20-Aug 19, 2016; 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.

DATE: January 2016

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

Massabesic Center in Auburn, NH:
Angie Krysiak
26 Audubon Way
Auburn, NH 03032
Ph: (603) 668-2045
E-mail: akrysiak@nhaudubon.org

McLane Center in Concord, NH:
Director of Human Resources
84 Silk Farm Rd.
Concord, NH 03301
E-mail: lbouchard@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.