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Are you looking for some quality wildlife career experience in education? Do you love the outdoors? Join our team. This roles requires a lot of public speaking. You’ll be great at this role if you are an enthusiastic, dependable, and courteous person who enjoys presenting educational programs to people of all ages.
Conservation Educator I (Interim)
Educators in this fulltime multifaceted position conduct formal and informal programs that share their enthusiasm for the role of KDFWR in the management and conservation of fish and wildlife. Responsibilities include delivering daily public programs utilizing props, chalkboards, and live animals, roving with program animals, and conducting animal trainings and enrichments. Educators also conduct hunter range day certification course, create written reports, and develop educational materials. In addition, educators assist with animal husbandry, visitor services, admissions, sales, and grounds and trail upkeep. Work is performed in an indoor classroom as well as various outdoor zoo settings, amphitheater, and on a firing range. This position pays $16.13/hr. and runs through November 2023. Incumbent must:
- Have a bachelor’s degree in natural or physical science, education, or recreation
- Work 37.5 hours, Tue. through Sat. from 8 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. and special events
- Be comfortable with public speaking and working hands on with wildlife such as snakes, turtles, and raptors
- Work in an outdoor setting, run, stoop, bend, push, pull, and lift heavy objects
- Be comfortable with computers and small tools including blowers, weed eaters, trimmers, shovels, etc.
- Obtain a Hunter Education Card, a hunting or fishing license issued by KDFWR, and a certification in CPR/First Aid.
- Must possess a valid driver’s license and be at least 21 years of age
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