Summer OpportunitiesSummer Staff at Dwight Mission Camp and Retreat Center, Vian, OK
Summer staff members at Dwight Mission enjoy a great opportunity to share their faith and have fun with each other and campers in a dynamic model of Christian community. There are many different positions available for a wide variety of talents, including Lifeguard, Kitchen Staff, Building and Grounds, Counselor, Lead Counselor, Music/Media Coordinator, Challenge Course (Ropes Course) Facilitator, Nurse/Health Care Administrator, Office Assistant, and Arts and Crafts Coordinator. Staff Training begins on Sunday May 19 and our program last through the end of July.
To take advantage of this fantastic opportunity, simply submit a completed application and you will be contacted for an interview. Applications can be found on the Dwight Mission webpage. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to e-mail the Program Director, Rev. Sara Benedetti, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Dwight Mission at 918.775.2018.
Applications and reference form can be found on the website
under the “Employment” tab, or by going to “Summer Camp” and clicking on the link to “Summer Staff”.
Posting #238Medicine Bow-Routt National Forests Saratoga, Wyoming
The Medicine Bow-Routt National Forests and Thunder Basin National Grassland are looking for summer employees interested in natural resources management to work this coming 2013 season.
One Range Technician position will be filled at the GS-5 ($15.00/hr.) or GS-6 ($16.73/hr.) level. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and at least 18 years old at the time of employment. College graduates and/or those with other related work experience could qualify for the higher grade (GS-6). Work would begin in late May or early June, and candidates can potentially work through September.
This position will assist with natural resource management duties on the Forest and include both field and office work. Field work requires the ability to hike, wade, lift, carry and use equipment in rugged terrain and in all types of weather. The ability to work safely and work well in a team environment is necessary, including the ability to enjoy living in remote mountain or grassland settings. A valid driver's license is required, and overnight travel to different locations on the Forest may also be required.
Range Technician duties will include monitoring upland and riparian vegetation communities, administering the District’s noxious weed program, conducting inspections of grazing allotments, planning and oversight of range improvement construction (fences and water developments), and evaluating livestock grazing management. Operating an ATV and/or UTV may be required.
The duty station for this position will be Saratoga, Wyoming. Limited government housing may be available for about $4.90/day. Pets are prohibited in government housing and on the job. Other restrictions for use of government housing apply.
This is a great opportunity to spend a summer in the field and learn about the US Forest Service's role in natural resource management. It is our goal to recruit, retain, and develop a diverse, high-performing Federal workforce that draws from all segments of society and values fairness, diversity, and inclusion.
These positions are being advertised online at www.usajobs.gov
. All applications must be submitted within the USAJobs website.
To apply create an account, profile, and application within USAJobs. Search for the announcement number(s) listed below that you are interested in and make sure you choose Saratoga, Wyoming to be considered for local positions.
Announcement # Title PP-Series-Grade Duty Station
TEMPOCR-0455-5-RANGE-DT Range Technician GS-0455-05 Saratoga, WY
TEMPOCR-0455-6-RANGE-DT Range Technician GS-0455-06 Saratoga, WY
Applications should be competed in USAJobs
by April 1, 2013 to receive full consideration for these positions.
Posting #239InternshipsLevi, Ray & Shoup, Inc. (LRS) Intern-Software Developer in Springfield IL
We are seeking college level students with a focus in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or Management Information Systems to join the Pension Gold Retirement Solutions group in Springfield, Illinois for a summer internship. You could work in one of three areas; Product Development team, Implementations team or Product Support team. Your primary duties will depend on your skill set and the group in which you work. In general, you will work under the direction of a mentor and will be involved in reading and analyzing code, making minor code changes, software testing, and documentation.
The Pension Gold Retirement Solutions Group has been the leading provider of pension administration software and services since 1987. Our Pension Gold software is designed specifically for the administration of defined benefit pension plans. The products are customizable and provide a comprehensive database solution to fully administer pension funds. The primary markets are public employee defined benefit pension funds.
You will be paid $12.00 per hour for the hours you work and you will have access to our onsite health club facilities. You will be based in our Springfield, IL location. Applicants must be willing and able to start temporary, full-time work at LRS for the summer of 2013.
Performance objectives for this position:
· Perform software development activities: You will perform tasks assigned by your supervisor in the areas of software analysis, development, documentation, and testing.
· Work collaboratively: Work openly and collaboratively with a team. Assist other team members and be open and responsive to feedback. Actively support other Pension Gold group members.
· Learn the current product: You will review the Pension Gold Software products to become familiar with their functionality and technical architecture. Additionally, you will familiarize yourself with Pension Gold software development processes.
You must have completed at least two semesters of programming classes and you must have earned a grade of B or higher in both classes. Experience writing SQL queries against SQL Server or Oracle databases and/or knowledge of software development processes / methodologies will make you a stronger candidate. We need interns who are self-motivated and can work independently, yet can also work collaboratively as part of a team.
Along with your resume, you must submit a paragraph describing your non-classroom related programming/technology activities and interests. You must have permanent authorization to work in the USA for any employer. No visa sponsorships are available.
LRS is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants for employment will receive consideration without unlawful discrimination based on race, color, religion, creed, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, domestic partner status, sexual orientation, genetic information or citizenship status.
Department: Pension Gold Retirement Solutions
Job Number: 8080
Apply online on the LRS website
. Apply as soon as possible as interviews will begin soon.
Posting #2402013 Paid Summer Internship Clayville Historic Site, Pleasant Plains, IL
Clayville Historic Site is home to the oldest brick structure in Sangamon County. The Broadwell Inn is on the National Register of Historic Places and was built in 1824 as a stagecoach stop on the Springfield to Beardstown road. It is surrounded by other historic structures moved here to recreate a pioneer village as it would have looked soon after Illinois became a state. The Clayville Historic Site is staffed completely by volunteers, and the presence of two interns allows the site to expand educational information and activities to the public. Clayville is located just outside of Pleasant Plains, IL, about 20 minutes west of Springfield, 45 minutes east of Jacksonville.
General Position Summary
Under supervision of experienced volunteers, interns will perform a wide variety of duties related to preparing for and giving tours of the Clayville site. All majors would benefit from this internship experience. Students with a major in elementary education, history or biology would enhance our visitors’ experiences. Individual projects will be assigned to enhance learning by the intern and visitors.
· 2 interns will be selected
· Internships will begin in mid-May and will conclude in August 2013
· Interns will learn the history of Clayville
· Interns will work 30 hours per week and be paid $8.30 per hour
· Period costumes will be provided
· Interns will be contributing to the development of a 3-4 grade learning curriculum
· Interns will serve as site interpreters
· Responsibilities will include preparing the site for tours (renovating, cleaning, mowing, etc.), conducting tours, preparing and giving demonstrations as well as gardening and prairie restoration
· Each intern will receive a stipend, based upon experience and hours of work
· Interns’ schedules will be flexible and determined after selection. The site is open 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. each day.
· Interns are responsible for housing and transportation to and from Clayville
To apply, email to Kelly.Pool@ic.edu on PDF file containing a current resume and cover letter addressed to:
Ms. Charlene Bressan
543 Circle Drive
Pleasant Plains, IL 62077
The deadline to apply is Noon, March 27.
If you have questions about the position, please email Charlene at email@example.com
Posting #241Wells Fargo Diverse Segments Internship
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage stands as a leader among our peers in the mortgage industry and is committed to serving all communities. Wells Fargo Home Mortgage’s Diverse Segments Internship Program will give you a deeper understanding of our commitment to diversity while exposing you to a potentially lucrative and rewarding career.
As an organization, we constantly explore opportunities to recruit, retain and promote diverse talent. The Diverse Segments Internship Program enables WFHM the opportunity to create awareness about the mortgage sales and fulfillment process and positions WFHM as an employer of choice among diverse talent within the communities we serve.
The internship program will run for 10 weeks, from June through August,
2013. Interns will report to a mortgage location, but may receive training at other work sites. During the program, interns will gain:
· The opportunity to work with experienced managers and team members who have a desire to share their knowledge, talents and expertise.
· Hands-on experience in communication, sales, technology, process management, finance, database management, risk mitigation, and marketing.
· Immersion in an entrepreneurial sales or operations environment.
· Enhanced leadership skills.
· Potential for a lucrative, long-term career with an industry leader.
· An inside look at the Wells Fargo Home Mortgage culture (Diversity, Inc. Top 50 companies every year).
· Experience with a Fortune 500 company.
· Rising, current, or graduating college seniors or graduate students in good standing.
· At least 12 months of work experience preferably in a customer service or sales role.
· Strong written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.
· Proven ability to problem solves, analyze and formulate conclusions.
· Proven ability to handle multiple tasks in a fast paced environment and meet deadlines.
· Ability to work independently and with others in a team environment.
· Must be able to participate for the full 10 week program beginning on June 3, 2013 (June 17, 2013 for some students in CA and WA).
Please apply for this internship by following these simple steps:
1. Visit the Wells Fargo Careers webpage.
2. Click on “Find a Job in the U.S.”
3. In the keyword box, type “Diverse Segments intern”; click search
4. Select the job title for the posting in the location of your choice. (to see actual locations for the Multiple Locations entries you can click on the job and it will list the specific locations.)
5. Follow application instructions until complete (make your profile “searchable”)
6. Press final “Submit and Apply” (you will receive an email acknowledgement) if you did everything right.
7. Application deadline is March 26, 2013.
Posting #242Summer 2013 Paid Naturalist Internship Lincoln’s New Salem State Historic Site
Lincoln's New Salem State Historic Site is about 2 miles South of Petersburg, about 20 miles Northwest of Springfield and is a reconstruction of the village where Abraham Lincoln spent his early adulthood. The site encompasses 700 acres with a visitor center, campground, 13 miles of hiking and biking trails, Sangamon River access, picnic area, restaurant, and two stores.
In order for our visitors to experience the natural resource side of New Salem a naturalist position is being offered as a summer internship for 2013. The successful candidate will research, prepare and conduct nature programs which will consist of campfire programs, guided trail hikes and the Pioneer Life Summer Day Camp. In addition to the daily activities the successful candidate will develop programming for a nature institute which is being coordinated at New Salem.
The ideal candidate will be a self-motivated individual with a passion for the outdoors and helping site visitors enjoy the beauty and tranquility of the natural setting. Excellent communication, leadership and organizational skills are required. The successful candidate must be able to work independently and demonstrate a high level of personal initiative.
This paid ten week internship will begin in late May. A stipend of $2500 and housing near the site is provided to the successful candidate. Academic Credit can be arranged.
Questions? Please contact Tim Guinan at 217.632.4000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
To apply, email resume and cover letter in one .pdf file to email@example.com no later than NOON on Wednesday, March 27. Please direct the cover letter to:
15588 History Lane
Petersburg, Illinois 62675
Posting #243Paid Native Plant Seed Production Intern- Summer 2013
Fromm-Huff Farm, Pleasant Plains, IL
Fromm-Huff Farm specializes in Native Plant and Seed production and is seeking an intern for the summer 2013 growing season. Located just a few minutes from Pleasant Plains, IL and about 20 minutes west of Springfield; Fromm-Huff Farm produces and supplies native prairie plants and seeds to many locations in the Midwest.
Intern candidates must enjoy working outdoors, be enthusiastic team players and have some plant experience. Environmental Studies and Biology majors are especially encouraged to apply.
Weeding, plant identification, greenhouse work and harvesting seeds will serve as the bulk of the work. The internship will begin in May and conclude in August. An hourly rate will be paid for full time work. Spanish fluency is very helpful.
Interns are responsible for their own transportation and housing. Academic credit can be arranged through the Career Services Office at Illinois College.
Call Mr. Henry Fromm at 217.626.1690 with questions or a more detailed explanation of the internship.
To apply, email in ONE PDF files the following to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Wednesday, March 27:
Current ResuméCover letter addressed to: Mr. Henry FrommFromm-Huff Farm
10998 Salisbury Rd
Pleasant Plains, IL 62677
Posting #244Summer 2013 Sports Management Internship
Lenz Field, Jacksonville, IL
Lenz Field & Sports Complex is a state-of-the-art sports complex with 6 fully lighted turf fields, located in Jacksonville, IL. Lenz Field is the largest sports complex in central Illinois and one of the elite sports venues in the Midwest.
Lenz Field is seeking a qualified individual to serve an unpaid internship providing assistance and support to the tournament director for the upcoming summer. This position is primarily responsible for administering aspects of Lenz Field & Sports Complex both in office and outside. Office duties include developing website updates, emailing, phone calls, tournament and field scheduling, social media updates, creating team contact spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel, and standard office organization.
Outdoor activities include reporting and recording game updates and scores on both the website and Google Docs Excel, standard field maintenance and tournament operations, representing Lenz Field & Sports Complex in a professional, ethical, and responsible manner when dealing with customers, vendors, team members, and others.
The internship will begin in mid-April and conclude in early August. There will be approximately 8-10 hours of office responsibilities each week, with the bulk of the time invested occurring during the weekend tournaments. This is an unpaid internship, but a small stipend will be paid for each weekend tournament worked. Successful candidates will have a career interest in sports management or operations management, be strong team players, organized and attentive to detail.
To apply: Email a current resumé, unofficial transcript and cover letter to email@example.com no later than NOON Wednesday, March 27.
The cover letter should be addressed to: Tom Lenz
President, Lenz Field
5 Kelly Dr.
Jacksonville, IL 62650
If you have specific questions about this opportunity, please contact Devin Vaughn (’12) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posting #245NEW FUTURO INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
The New Futuro Internship Program is designed to introduce respective interns to the various aspects of managing a purpose-driven, socially innovative company that uses a high-tech, high-touch platform to help Latino families get their students into college and beyond. An internship with New Futuro means the expansion of real-world experience through contributions to our online resources, development of events we host, and the embodiment of our mission to create brighter Latino futures through our work.
Intern working hours will generally be contained during New Futuro business hours, M-F, 9am-5pm. Interns should anticipate working some occasional Saturdays and Sundays for company and community events as needed. Exact schedules will vary and be contingent on internship position and tasks. All internship positions are unpaid but college credit may be available.
Internship positions are available for:
Spring (Jan.-Apr.) - applications deadline is November 15th of the previous year
Summer (May-Aug.) - applications deadline is April 30th
Fall (Aug. -Dec.) - applications deadline is June 15th
These date ranges are typical, but if you are seeking a shorter or longer internship period, please specify it in your application to be taken under consideration.
Below is a list of currently available internship positions.
· Event Management –In preparation for our National Fall College Prep Fair Tour, this position involves event planning, permit requests, vendor relations, event supplies, database management, venue and site management and other operational responsibilities.
· Grassroots Marketing – Assist in the implementation of grassroots marketing efforts, manage street teams and logistics of programs, engage families and students through marketing of New Futuro events, and translate findings from the field into recommendations and plans-of-action to further foster our community relations and marketing efforts.
· Social Media – Interns will learn how to develop, execute and evaluate social media and communication plans to New Futuro members, and hereby gain experience in the digital marketing world.
· With offices and representatives in the United States and Latin America, New Futuro is international! Visit the website
to identify if a New Futoro office is near you.
If interested in applying to the New Futuro Internship Program, please submit a current resumé and cover letter to email@example.com. In the email subject, please list which internship position you are interested in (i.e. Event Management, Community Organizing & Marketing, Social Media). Please make sure to specify the start and end dates of your desired internship.
Posting #246Full-Time Employment OpportunitiesSales Account Executive WICS Springfield, IL
WICS-TV is seeking an enthusiastic, highly motivated, dependable, & personable Account Executive to sell commercial advertising time to local businesses and advertising agencies. If you are looking for an above average income opportunity, the Newschannel 20 sales department is looking forward to having a conversation with you.
Responsibilities will include:
· Handle outside sales calls
· Prospect customers and lead generation
· Attract and close advertisers to sell products and services via TV
· Provide input on sales promotion ideas to sales management
· Retain current business and develop new business contacts
· Present marketing/advertising ideas to area businesses
· Sell commercial advertising time and other station products to local advertisers
· Attain budgeted revenue goals through effective solicitations, promotions and service
· Understand the business objectives and advertising strategies of clients and find ways to help them achieve their objectives through effective advertising.
· Strong organizational, written and presentation skills
· Competitive, energetic and self-starter
· Ability to overcome objections
· Outside media sales experience preferred but not required
· Enjoy a fast paced environment with a desire to win
· Professional appearance a must
· Our Account Executives are some of the highest commissioned sales people in the industry. If you are interested in selling some of the best media in Springfield, Illinois, we want to hear from you! There is nothing easy about outside sales, but it can be very rewarding. Apply below or at SBGI Webpage
Posting #247Office Manager/Administrative Coordinator
At genHkids we work tirelessly to create a generation of safe, healthy, educated and supported children and families who are thriving in active and connected communities. We are looking for a high-energy individual to assists the Executive Director, the Board President and Program Staff by providing logistic planning, database management and administrative support involving the use of discretion and independent judgment. Will support volunteerism through recruiting, placing, and tracking volunteers.
Our worksite is a sanctuary of warmth and honest communication, where staff and volunteers support, empower and celebrate the successes of the organization and each other. Together, we strive to embody health of mind, body and soul, to tread lightly, and to each day leave the world a bit better than we find it.
If this sounds like a place you would like to work and you are a highly organized, task orientated individual that is very comfortable with a variety of computer programs and can communicate well please apply.
$22,000 (negotiable based on experience)
Submit Cover Letter, Resumé and three Professional Reference to:
Patty Knepler, Executive Director
Deadline: April 1 at 5:00 p.m. (or until position is filled)
Posting #248Wildlife Biologist Position – Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources
KDFWR is advertising the following non merit (150.061 Grant Funded, Time Limited) Wildlife Division position in Franklin County.
Be advised that any interested employee will need to visit http://personnel.ky.gov/default.htm
to complete or update an online application and to apply for this non merit position. Look for: Auto req ID: 26921BR; Job Title: 8011 WILDLIFE BIOLOGIST I; Title Code: 7151
Minimum Requirement - Primary Education : Graduate of a college or university with a bachelor’s degree. Transcript review must indicate that the following course work has been earned at the undergraduate or graduate level:
1. Biological Sciences: 36 semester hours in biological sciences are required and must include courses in the following subcategories (Note: the sum of the hours required in subcategories is 33; the remaining 3 hours may be in any of these five subject areas):
a. Wildlife Management: 6 semester hours (9 quarter hours) in courses emphasizing the principles and practices of wildlife management.
b. Wildlife Biology: 6 semester hours (9 quarter hours) in courses in the biology and behavior of birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians.
c. Ecology: 3 semester hours (4.5 quarter hours) in courses in general plant or animal ecology.
d. Zoology: 9 semester hours (13.5 quarter hours) in courses in the taxonomy, biology, behavior, physiology, anatomy and natural history of vertebrates and invertebrates. Courses in genetics, nutrition, physiology, disease and other biology or general zoology courses are accepted. Ichthyology or fisheries biology courses are accepted.
e. Botany: 9 semester hours (13.5 quarter hours) in courses in general botany, plant genetics, plant morphology, plant physiology or plant taxonomy.
2. Physical Sciences: 9 semester hours (13.5 quarter hours) in physical sciences such as chemistry, physics, geology or soils, with at least 2 disciplines represented.
3. Quantitative Sciences: 9 semester hours (13.5 quarter hours) in quantitative sciences that must include:
a. Basic Statistics: 3 semester hours (4.5 quarter hours) in basic statistics.
b. Quantitative Sciences: 6 semester hours (9 quarter hours) in calculus, biometry, advanced algebra, systems analysis, mathematical modeling, sampling, computer science or other quantitative science.
4. Humanities and Social Sciences: 9 semester hours (13.5 quarter hours) in humanities and social sciences, such as economics, sociology, psychology, political science, government, history, literature or foreign language.
5. Communications: 12 semester hours (18 quarter hours) in courses designed to improve communication skills such as English composition, technical writing, journalism, public speaking or use of mass media. A maximum of 3 semester hours (4.5 quarter hours) each will be allowed for a completed Master’s thesis and Ph.D. dissertation.
6. Policy, Administration and Law: 6 semester hours (9 quarter hours) in courses that document significant content or focus on natural resource policy and/or administration, wildlife or environmental law or natural resource/land use planning will apply; as will courses that document contributions to the understanding of social, political and ethical decisions for wildlife or natural resource management.
Description of Job Duties
This is a grant funded time-limited (GFTL) position. This means it is a position that is paid entirely as the result of a grant. The duration of employment shall not exceed the life of the grant that funds the position. An employee appointed to a GFTL position is required to meet the minimum requirements for the classification. Further, an employee appointed to a GFTL position is designated as an unclassified (non-merit) employee. A GFTL employee is eligible to receive benefits at the same level as a classified (merit) employee in a permanent position.
Preferred candidates will have excellent technical writing skills; experience designing, implementing and analyzing research; experience using ArcGIS to create maps and manipulate spatial data; excellent communication skills; working knowledge of federal conservation programs.
Prior to the Post Ending Date, transcripts reflecting completion of the coursework required to qualify for this title must be faxed to (502) 564-4859 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org Applications submitted without the required transcript(s) will not be considered.
Typical Working Conditions and Unique Physical Requirements: Spends majority of time outdoors. Must be able to traverse rough and mountainous terrain with equipment. Must be able to carry 25 lbs. of equipment several hundred yards. Must be able to run, climb or otherwise protect self from wildlife such as elk and bear.
Additional Requirements: Applicants and employees in this classification may be required to submit to a drug screening test and background check.
Post Ending Date: 04/09/2013
Anyone interested will need to visit http://personnel.ky.gov/default.htm
to complete or update an online application and to apply for this non merit position. Look for: Auto req ID: 26921BR; Job Title: 8011 WILDLIFE BIOLOGIST I; Title Code: 7151
Posting #249Outreach Notice Forestry Technician (Research)
USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station
The Southern Research Station will soon be filling a GS-0462-4 Forestry Technician (Research) position at the Henry R. Koen Experimental Forest in Jasper, Arkansas.
This position is located in a Forest Service Research Station. The incumbent independently performs technical duties in support of professional scientists conducting various research projects. Collects, compiles, and summarizes a variety of complex research data. Data collection duties include locating study areas and study plots in accordance with study maps and instructions of supervisor, tree species identification with and without leaves, both living and dead (including tree seedlings), use of forestry-related equipment (e.g. field computers, electronic measuring devices, topographic maps, diameter tapes, GPS, laser measuring devices, clinometer, increment borer), carrying equipment and supplies up and down steep and rocky mountainous areas in high heat and humidity, and data recording. Assures that field data are collected in an accurate and timely manner. Works safely and promotes safe working habits by following guidelines contained in the Forest Service Health and Safety Code. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license.
Qualifying experience for the GS-4 level includes six months general experience that demonstrates the applicant's ability to perform the work of the position or that provided familiarity with the subject matter or processes of the occupation AND six months specialized experience at the GS-3 level that is directly related to the line of work of the position to be filled and which has equipped the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully perform the duties of the position.
Experience requirements may be met by successful completion of two (2) academic years of post-high school education which included at least 12 semester/18 quarter hours in any combination of courses such as forestry, agriculture, crop or plant science, range management or conservation, wildlife management, watershed management, soil science, natural resources (except marine fisheries and oceanography), outdoor recreation management, civil or forest engineering, or wild land fire science. No more than 3 semester/4 quarter hours in mathematics is creditable.
Interested applicants or those desiring further information can contact Martin Spetich at email@example.com before the application deadline. Please send the form no later than 5:00 p.m. April 19, 2013. You can learn more about the Southern Research Station by visiting our website at the USDA webpage
. USDA Forest Service is an equal opportunity employer.
Posting #250Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center
Education Coordinator – GS-1702-07/09
Lewis and Clark National Forest, Great Falls, MT
The Lewis and Clark National Forest is outreaching for an Education Coordinator GS-1702-07/09 permanent, full-time position. This position is located at the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center in Great Falls, Montana. This notification is being circulated to inform prospective applicants of this upcoming opportunity and to determine interest in the position. The position will primarily work at the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center but will also have limited assignments across both the Lewis and Clark and Helena National Forests. The position will report to the Center Director of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center.
Summary of Major Duties:
The Education Coordinator’s primary responsible is to plan, develop, coordinate and implement the education programs and projects at the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center. The incumbent will design, implement, and teach education programs on a variety of subjects related to natural and cultural history, early American history of the 18th and 19th centuries, American Indian History, natural resource management, and emerging environmental issues.
This works will involve working in close partnership with local public school districts, teachers and administrators, volunteers and partners, and local recreation and history organizations interested in Forest Service management and the telling of American History. This position will also be responsible for developing new and additional relationships and programming with rural communities and school districts across the Lewis and Clark and Helena National Forests.
Strong interpersonal and communication skills, creativity, innovative thinking, and the ability to work effectively in a team environment are essential. Also, the ability to work with a diverse group of volunteers is essential to the success of the position.
For more information, contact Elizabeth Casselli, Center Director, at the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center at 406-727-8733.
The vacancy will be posted on the OPM jobs website and can be accessed on the internet at the following address: http://www.usajobs.gov