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NATURALIST JOB OPPORTUNITIES
DES MOINES COUNTY~ NATURALIST

Des Moines County is looking for a naturalist. Click this link to find out the details!

http://www.dmcounty.com/Jobs.aspx?UniqueId=103&From=All&CommunityJobs=False&JobID=Naturalist-25

Closing date: May 18, 2018

 

 

 

 


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MISCELLANEOUS JOB OPPORTUNITIES
NEAL SMITH NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE~ POLLINATOR INTERNSHIP
2018 Pollinator Outreach Internship

Location: The position will be based out of Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge, located 20 miles east of Des Moines. The Refuge, managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, features 5,600 acres of endangered tallgrass prairie and oak savanna habitat.
Position: The Refuge’s “People for Pollinators” program promotes pollinator habitat in Central Iowa through education, outreach, and the planting of native flowers and seeds. The pollinator outreach intern will assist the program coordinator in preforming various duties related to pollinator education and habitat creation.

Duties: Internship duties will include, but are not limited to:
• Educating the public about pollinators through outreach programs (presentation and festivals/farmers markets, school groups, etc.)
• Assisting planning, planting and monitoring pollinator gardens
• Drafting articles, news releases, or lesson plans to explain the importance of pollinators and their habitat
Benefits: The Internship will run 12 weeks. Timing is June-August, with some flexibility for start and end dates. The intern will receive a stipend of $400 per 40 hour week ($10/hour). Payment and employment will be through the Friends of Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge.

Qualifications: Any qualified person 18 years or older with a valid driver’s license is eligible. Applicants should have an interest in pollinators/native plants. Public speaking and outreach experience are strongly preferred. Applicants must enjoy working outdoors and be willing to do physical tasks outside during hot, humid weather. Housing is not provided, but staff can provide information on local short-term rental options. Refuge staff will work with students to fulfill internship credit requirements at individual universities. Non-students are also eligible to apply.

To Apply: Submit the following by 11:59PM May 11th: 1) a one-page cover letter highlighting your qualifications and describing why you would like to participate in this internship and what you hope to gain from this experience, 2) a resume noting education, experience, and skills, including 3 references with contact information, and 3) a letter of recommendation written by an educator or employer.

Application materials or questions can be sent to: Patrick Bryant, People for Pollinators Coordinator
patrick_bryant@fws.gov or (515) 994-3402

Friends of Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge is an Equal Opportunity Employer
 
 
 
 

             

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