Job Opportunities

Job Opportunities

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.

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).

Open Positions at NH Audubon

Grants Manager

LOCATION: McLane Center, Concord, NH

HOURS: 20 hours per week, part-time non-exempt (hourly paid) staff position.  Schedule may vary according to needs.  This position may include remote office time, with at least one day per week at McLane Center.

FUNCTION: This position will support the mission of New Hampshire Audubon: to protect New Hampshire’s natural environment for wildlife and for people, by identifying and pursuing funding opportunities, particularly from foundation grants, corporations, and public agencies; managing and directing grant applications and corporate partnerships and ensuring compliance with reporting requirements in order to secure financial commitments.

LEADERSHIP: This position reports to the Director of Membership and Development.

ESSENTIAL WORK TASKS:

  • Regularly collaborate with staff to identify and compile lists of funding needs.
  • Research, identify, and apply for support for a variety of program areas from foundations, corporations, and public agencies.
  • Maintain records for foundations and grant-giving agencies; maintain a calendar of grant application deadlines; and ensure compliance with reporting requirements for awarded grants.
  • Manage and track grant and proposal activities in Raisers Edge and other Microsoft Office applications.
  • Serve as liaison between New Hampshire Audubon and grant awarding agencies.
  • Develop and steward relationships with foundation staff and corporate funders.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

WORKING CONDITIONS: NH Audubon’s work culture is characterized by excellent colleagues who share a collaborative spirit, commitment to mission, open communication, and high integrity.  Our offices are non-smoking, accessible, with both open workspaces and private offices.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: Bachelor’s degree preferred or equivalent experience.

Experience: Three years grant writing experience in a nonprofit setting required.  Must have demonstrated success securing grants and a capacity to collaborate well with others. 

Skills, Traits and Characteristics Necessary for Success: Requires exceptional interpersonal skills including capacity to identify fundable activities, attention to detail, financial acumen, and a high degree of organization.  Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, ability to make independent decisions, and project management skills; strategic thinking skills are desirable.  Must have the ability to prioritize and complete work tasks on time in a complex and dynamic workflow.  Must have 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 lifting and transporting office supplies such as paper and other light lifting.  Must be able to operate basic office equipment such as copiers, FAX machines, phone system, computer equipment, etc.

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement

NH Audubon is a welcoming inclusive organization that is committed to ensuring people of all backgrounds and abilities are welcome and respected. NH Audubon provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to sex, race, color, religion, national origin, marital status, age, sexual orientation or Vietnam Era/Disabled Veteran status, age, disability, or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, NH Audubon complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location where NH Audubon has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.

Salary: $20/hour

To Apply:  Please send a cover letter and resume to [email protected].  Please include the Position Title in the subject heading.

DATE: April 2022

Maintenance Coordinator

LOCATIONS: McLane Center – Concord, NH; Massabesic Center – Auburn, NH; Newfound Center (seasonal) – Hebron, NH 

HOURS: Full time, hourly; 35 hours per week, schedule will vary according to needs. 

SCHEDULE: NH Audubon McLane and Massabesic Centers are open year-round. NH Audubon Newfound Center is open May-September. Schedule may vary according to needs and seasons. Additional hours may be required, for emergencies and inclement weather. 

FUNCTION: This position will support the mission of New Hampshire Audubon: to protect New Hampshire’s natural environment for wildlife and for people by maintaining our visitor centers and providing a clean, safe, and fully functional space for staff, visitors, and the public. 

REPORTS TO: This position will report to the Operations Manager (for McLane and Newfound) and the Massabesic Center Director (for Massabesic) 

DATE POSTED: February, 2022 

Summary Statement: 

Full-time position responsible for the overall health and safety, maintenance, and management of New Hampshire Audubon grounds and facilities.  

Essential Work Tasks: 

  • Routine cleaning of kitchens, restrooms, lobbies, classrooms, meeting rooms, and common areas including vacuuming and trash removal of personal office areas 
  • Maintain cleanliness of all centers, including organization of tool and maintenance areas  
  • Daily function room set up and clean up  
  • Ensure that preventative maintenance schedules are completed 
  • Monitor and manage contracted services, including but not limited to HVAC, water, septic, fire suppression/detection systems, alarm systems, and pest control 
  • Coordinate groundskeeping and snow removal duties 
  • Conduct annual, quarterly, and monthly water tests as appropriate and manage treatment if necessary 
  • Develop and employ standards regarding equipment use and safety protocols  
  • Develop and monitor individual property budgets when assigned 
  • Maintain up-to-date records of repair histories, unit model information, and service provider contact list 
  • Attend meetings as assigned and prepare reports for appropriate committees/groups 
  • Oversee opening and closing tasks for seasonal Newfound property  
  • Provide “Green Building Tours” as needed to individuals, groups and the public  
  • Complete minor maintenance, including carpentry duties as assigned 
  • Other duties as assigned 

Required Skills: 

  • Experience with janitorial, building, and grounds management 
  • Basic knowledge of safety requirements, including lockout/tagout 
  • Able to work in a team environment, communicating in an effective manner with staff and the public 
  • Excellent time and project management skills and ability to prioritize projects 
  • Reliable transportation 

Desirable Skills: 

  • Trade certifications 
  • Experience with computer software, including email and spreadsheets 
  • Experience with green and eco-friendly practices, in support of NH Audubon’s mission 
  • Familiarity with NFPA and IBC codes preferred 

All new hires must provide proof of vaccination prior to their start of employment. Criminal background check and drivers check will be completed.  

Physical Demands: To perform the essential functions of the position, the following applies: excellent physical condition including standing, stretching, bending, walking, lifting and transporting a minimum of 50 pounds, tolerance for variable weather conditions. Must be able to climb stairs, be physically and mentally capable of performing multiple tasks under pressure and be able to function in a fast-paced environment. Must have valid driver’s license and reliable transportation. COVID vaccination required.  

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement:  

NH Audubon is a welcoming inclusive organization that is committed to ensuring people of all backgrounds and abilities are welcome and respected. NH Audubon provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to sex, race, color, religion, national origin, marital status, age, sexual orientation or Vietnam Era/Disabled Veteran status, age, disability, or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, NH Audubon complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location where NH Audubon has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.  

Salary: $20/hour

How to Apply:  

To apply, please email a resume and cover letter to Anne Purington at [email protected] with “Maintenance Coordinator” in the subject line.

Assistant Camp Directors - Seasonal

LOCATION: Massabesic Center OR McLane Center 

HOURS: 40 hours per week, Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm, ½ hour unpaid lunch, seasonal full-time, non-exempt (hourly paid). Hours may vary depending on camp needs. 

SCHEDULE: Seasonal, full-time position June 13-Aug 19, 2022 (1 week of training, 8 weeks of camp, 1 week of wrap up), possible hours before week of staff training  

FUNCTION: This position will support the mission of New Hampshire Audubon: to protect New Hampshire’s natural environment for wildlife and for people, by assisting with the operation and program coordination of an established environmental day camp sponsored by New Hampshire Audubon. 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • Assists with summer staff hiring as able   
  • Assists with and leads staff training.  
  • Develops and monitors activities. 
  • Organizes and reviews camper forms and maintains camper records. 
  • Coordination of ‘Leaders in Training’ program. 
  • Purchases and maintains camp supplies and equipment. 
  • Oversees daily camp operations including staff supervision. 
  • Coordinates special events and special guests. 
  • Leads camper groups during instructor’s absence. 
  • Assists instructors with lesson development. 
  • Acts as liaison and maintains good relationship with the camper’s parents. 
  • Coordinates all programs and activities. 
  • Ensure compliance with NH’s COVID safety guidelines for summer camps 
  • Performs other duties as assigned. 

LEADERSHIP: Reports to Slater Roosa (Massabesic Center) OR Shelby Morelli (McLane Center) 

WORKING CONDITIONS: Outdoor camp setting; Non-smoking environment. 

QUALIFICATIONS: 

Education: Bachelor’s degree or current enrollment in elementary education, environmental education, outdoor education, biology, natural history or related field. 

Experience: Must have experience working in a camp setting and teaching children ages 4-15; demonstrated ability to develop creative environmental education activities.  Proven leadership and supervisory experience required. Ability to make both independent and collaborative decisions required.  Must have Wilderness First Aid (WFA) or equivalent certification or willingness to obtain; CPR certification required. Must complete new Camp Director training if new to position. 

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. Minimum age required:  21.  Must have a valid driver’s license and be able to pass a criminal background check.  Camp uniform required (provided). 

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.  

Salary: $14/hour

TO APPLY: Please send resume and cover letter via email with the subject line “Assistant Camp Director Application” to Slater Roosa, Education Coordinator, at [email protected] In your email, please state your preferred camp location (Concord or Auburn). We will try to accommodate preferences, but may ask educators to shift to another location based on staffing availability. 

We will be hiring one Assistant Camp Director at each location for the 2022 Summer Camp Season. We hope that you will be one of them! 

New Hampshire Audubon is looking for 16 Outdoor Educators and 2 Assistant Camp Directors who have a passion for wildlife and the outdoors! We provide a positive, fun working environment with plenty of opportunities to develop new leadership and teaching skills. Our Outdoor Educator and Assistant Camp Director positions will provide you with the tools and training to lead nature camp programming, provide effective child management, and teach in an outdoor setting. NH Audubon believes in an inquiry-based, student led approach to our teaching methods which is aimed at promoting curiosity of the natural world. If you enjoy a friendly and fast-paced work environment with plenty of chances to grow please apply now! 

The Assistant Camp Director 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 supervising campers during extended care programs. 

Outdoor Educators - Seasonal

Summary:This position is based out of EITHER our Massabesic Center located in Auburn, NH OR our McLane Center in Concord, NH and 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.

Location: McLane Center (Concord, NH) or Massabesic Center (Auburn, NH)

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

Schedule: Seasonal – June 13-Aug 19, 2022 (10 weeks total including 1 week of staff training, 8 weeks of camp, and 1 week of camp closeout)

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 supervising campers during extended care programs.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Develops and implements daily environmental activities for EITHER 4-5 OR 6-12 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 feedback to parents of campers.
  • Participates in camp evaluation and cleanup at the end of the session.
  • Ensures compliance with NH’s COVID safety guidelines for summer camps.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Leadership: Reports to the Camp Director

Working Conditions: Outdoor camp setting; excellent non-smoking environment.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: Basic understanding of biology/ecology/geology (high school level life or earth sciences) required. College level coursework in elementary education, environmental education, outdoor education, biology, natural history or related field preferred. Training regarding effective outdoor education teaching methods and site-specific opportunities for ecological learning will be provided. 

Experience: Eagerness and excitement to share basic facts about biology/ecology in fun, interactive ways is required. Ability to make both independent and collaborative decisions required. Must have American Red Cross or American Heart Association Standard First Aid certification and CPR certification or equivalent, or willingness to obtain certifications; ARC Water Safety Instructor certification or equivalent desirable. Experience teaching children, preferably in a camp setting and demonstrated ability to develop creative environmental education activities is 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. Applicants 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. Camp uniform (provided) required.  

Minimum age required: 16 (with reliable transportation). 

Date Posted: January 10, 2022

Salary: $12/hour

TO APPLY: Please send resume and cover letter via email with the subject line “Outdoor Educator Application” to Shelby Morelli, Education Coordinator at [email protected]

In your email, please state your preferred camp location (Concord or Auburn). We will try to accommodate preferences, but may ask educators to shift to another location based on staffing availability. 

We will be hiring eight Outdoor Educators at each location for the 2022 Summer Camp Season. We hope that you will be one of them! 

New Hampshire Audubon is looking for 16 Outdoor Educators and 2 Assistant Camp Directors who have a passion for wildlife and the outdoors! We provide a positive, fun working environment with plenty of opportunities to develop new leadership and teaching skills. Our Outdoor Educator and Assistant Camp Director positions will provide you with the tools and training to lead nature camp programming, provide effective child management, and teach in an outdoor setting. NH Audubon believes in an inquiry-based, student led approach to our teaching methods which is aimed at promoting curiosity of the natural world. If you enjoy a friendly and fast-paced work environment with plenty of chances to grow please apply now! 

The Outdoor Educator 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 supervising campers during extended care programs.

Paradise Point Nature Center Director - Seasonal

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

HOURS: 35-40 hours per week during peak season Memorial Day – Labor Day; seasonal full-time exempt (salary paid) staff position. Additional 15-20 total hours per month, as needed, during pre-season months of March, April and May paid hourly. Additional hours may be required as necessary. 

SCHEDULE: Days vary according to Center needs; peak season includes Memorial Day through Labor Day. Hours will vary depending on Center needs. Anticipated schedule: Weekends 8 am to 4 pm; Monday, Tuesday, and Friday 9:00 am to 5 pm. Two hours on Tuesday evenings.  Expected to work most holidays and weekends with one 5-day block of time off during the summer.  

FUNCTION: This position will support the mission of New Hampshire Audubon: to protect New Hampshire’s natural environment for wildlife and for people, by directing and overseeing the various functions of the Center including basic building maintenance, boat rental program aimed at maximizing profits, marketing and facilitating free on-site educational programs for families, off-site educational programs for Camp Mayhew, and basic trail maintenance at area wildlife sanctuaries. 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

Ensure efficient and effective management, oversight and promotion of the Paradise Point Nature Center and nearby NH Audubon wildlife sanctuaries 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 program evaluation. 
    • Supervising Center staff including recruiting, hiring, motivating, and developing seasonal and temporary employees.  
    • Working collaboratively with center staff in creating and maintaining a welcoming and inviting appearance for the Center.  
    • Contributing to a culture of philanthropy by maintaining positive communication and relationships with the Newfound Advisory Committee, visitors, and other supporters, and by collaborating with the Director of Development on philanthropy opportunities specific to the Center and nearby NH Audubon wildlife sanctuaries.   
    • Organizing, marketing, and facilitating the local Red Barn Speaker Series weekly for 4-6 weeks highlighting various science and humanities topics. 
    • Working in conjunction with the Communications Director to promote the Center and its special events and programs within the community. 
    • Working in conjunction with the Communications Director to create and coordinate marketing pieces including print materials and brochures (boat rental marketing fliers, Red Barn Speaker Series fliers, recurring public programming fliers, etc.).  
    • Coordinating with the Operations and Events Manager and Maintenance Coordinator to oversee building maintenance and repair. 
    • Working in conjunction with Director of Lands and Ecological Management to manage basic trail and property maintenance of Paradise Point, Hebron Marsh, and Bear Mountain Wildlife Sanctuaries.  
    • Working in conjunction with the Community Engagement Coordinator to recruit volunteers in compliance with NH Audubon volunteer policies; Train and supervise recruited volunteers as needed. 
    • Generating visitor attendance reports and updating visitor database information. 
    • Implementing and coordinating special events such as a table and activities at the Hebron Fair. 
    • Serving as the Center liaison with existing partners including but not limited to, Newfound Audubon Advisory Committee and Mayhew Camp. 
    • Providing and overseeing all aspects of on-site animal care (box turtle & corn snake).  
    • Supervising care of nature center exhibits; developing and creating attractive new, educational exhibits as needed.  
    • Performing other duties as assigned. 

LEADERSHIP: Reports to the Conservation Program Director 

WORKING CONDITIONS: Indoor/outdoor setting with varied terrain; Non-smoking 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. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, budgeting, management and supervisory skills with the ability to work effectively within a diverse community. Previous nature center management and education and experience in natural sciences preferred. 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 prior to the start of employment; ARC First Responder or Life Guard certification or equivalent desirable.   

Interpretive and public speaking experience is a plus, along with canoe and kayak paddling experience. Knowledge of natural sciences is a plus, especially in ornithology, ecology, biology, geology, or other related fields.   

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 prioritize and complete work tasks on time in a complex and dynamic workflow, a positive attitude, excellent customer service skills, ability to work independently, and a professional and courteous manner. Must pass a criminal background check.   

Physical Demands: To perform the essential functions of the position, the following applies: requires standing, stretching, bending, walking, lifting about 50 lbs. (transporting and handling canoes and kayaks down steep slopes). Must be able to climb stairs and navigate outdoor trails 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.  

Salary: $18.75/hour

TO APPLY: please send cover letter and resume to the hiring committee at: [email protected] with the subject line “Paradise Point Director Application” 

Paradise Point Lead Naturalist - Seasonal

LOCATION: Paradise Point Nature Center, Hebron, NH  

HOURS: 35-40 hours per week, non-exempt (hourly paid). Hours will vary depending on Center needs.  

SCHEDULE: Seasonal, full-time position May 21 – September 10, 2022, possible hours available starting early May for Center preparations advance of opening. Anticipated schedule: Weekends 8 am to 4 pm and Monday, Tuesday, and Friday 9:00 am to 5 pm. Two hours on Tuesday evenings.  Expected to work most holidays and weekends with one 5-day block of time off during the summer. 

FUNCTION: This position is based out of our Paradise Point Nature Center located on the beautiful north shore of Newfound Lake, NH and will support the mission of New Hampshire Audubon (to protect New Hampshire’s natural environment for wildlife and for people) by supporting the Center’s operations, boat rentals, and program coordination/delivery to area residents, visitors, and neighboring camps from an established nature center operated by NH Audubon.  

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  

Programming & Exhibits – 50%  

  • Coordination and delivery of a scaffolded environmental education curriculum for the boys of Mayhew as supported by a grant. Develop and submit programmatic evaluations and reporting to the funder.  
  • Spearheading program promotion, marketing, and facilitation of regularly occurring public programs at Paradise Point 
  • Marketing and facilitating interpretive hikes and hands-on discovery activities for children, adults, and families.  
  • Assisting with the facilitation of the Red Barn Speaker Series Tuesday evenings.  
  • Leading canoe tours on Newfound Lake.  
  • Planning and implementing outreach naturalist programs (possibly some evening programs).  
  • Creating/maintaining exhibits for the Newfound Center.  

Boats, Trails, & Animals – 40%  

  • Assist visitors with boat rentals including payment processing  
  • Performing basic trail maintenance as needed.  
  • Organizing, maintaining, and inventorying program equipment.  
  • Performing animal care and assisting with maintenance records.  

Other related duties as assigned – 10%  

  • Greeting and assisting visitors to the Center with general orientation, describing the benefits of NH Audubon membership  

LEADERSHIP: Reports to the Paradise Point Nature Center Director  

WORKING CONDITIONS: Indoor/outdoor setting with varied terrain; Non-smoking environment.  

QUALIFICATIONS:  

Education: Some higher education coursework completed in adventure education, environmental education, conservation, biology, natural history, or related field required; Bachelor’s degree preferred.  

Experience: Two years’ experience working with the general public in situations requiring an array of different skills with demonstrated ability to make independent and coordinated decisions. Must have ARC or AHA Standard First Aid certification and CPR certification or equivalent, or willingness to obtain certifications prior to the start of employment; ARC First Responder or Life Guard certification or equivalent desirable.  

Interpretive and public speaking experience is a plus, along with canoe and kayak paddling experience. Knowledge of natural sciences is a plus, especially in ornithology, ecology, biology, geology, or other related fields.  

Skills, Traits and Characteristics Necessary for Success: Requires exceptional interpersonal skills, attention to detail, good problem-solving skills, and a high degree of organization. Excellent verbal and written communication skills with an ability to develop a good rapport and positive relations with the public. Must have the ability to prioritize and complete work tasks on time in a complex and dynamic workflow, a positive attitude, excellent customer service skills, ability to work independently, and a professional and courteous manner. Must pass a criminal background check.  

Physical Demands: To perform the essential functions of the position, the following applies: requires standing, stretching, bending, walking, lifting about 50 lbs. (transporting and handling canoes and kayaks down steep slopes). Must be able to climb stairs and navigate outdoor trails 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. 

Salary: $15/hour

TO APPLY: Please send resume and cover letter resume to the hiring committee at: [email protected] with “Newfound Lead Naturalist Application” in the subject line.

Open positions are listed above. Please check back for future opportunities. If you would like to get involved with NH Audubon, please consider volunteering.

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About Us

Founded in 1914, NH Audubon’s mission is to protect New Hampshire’s natural environment for wildlife and for people. It is an independent statewide membership organization with four nature centers throughout the state. Expert educators give programs to children, families, and adults at centers and in schools. Staff biologists and volunteers conduct bird conservation efforts such as the Peregrine Falcon restoration. NH Audubon protects thousands of acres of wildlife habitat and is a voice for sound public policy on environmental issues. For information on NH Audubon, including membership, volunteering, programs, sanctuaries, and publications, call 224-9909, or visit www.nhaudubon.org.