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Position Title: Stewardship Technician 
Department: Stewardship
Location:         Wattles Stewardship Center, Port Murray NJ
Reports to: Stewardship Project Director - Forester
Job Classification: Full-time (40 hour week)

Job Description:  
New Jersey Audubon’s mission is focused on fostering environmental awareness and a conservation ethic among NJ's citizens; protecting NJ's birds, mammals, other animals, and plants, especially endangered and threatened species; and promoting the preservation of NJ's valuable natural habitats. Towards this end NJ Audubon’s Stewardship Department implements projects and programs that are central to achieving this mission. With staff based in key locations in northern and southern New Jersey and engaged statewide, the Stewardship Department is working with public and private landowners, state and local government and private industry to manage habitat and conserve wildlife resources.

Serving as a member of the forest stewardship team, the Stewardship Technician’s duties will include collecting data to be used in the development of forest stewardship plans, processing inventory data using computer software, conducting field tasks associated with the implementation of stewardship practices and some report writing. Most of this work will occur in northern NJ; however, periodic travel into central and southern NJ is also required. 

Other Major Responsibilities:
Locating predetermined inventory locations in the field using maps, compass, and GPS units, and conducting standard tree mensuration measurements, as well as collecting data on other resources such as shrubs, herbaceous and non-native plants.
Works with other Stewardship staff to ensure that work is being completed in a timely and efficient manner.   
Participates in writing technical documents related to natural resource management.
Participates and supports departmental staff members with other conservation projects including, but not limited to; tree and shrub planting, tree marking, thinning operations using chainsaws, herbicide applications, wetland or vernal pool construction, wildlife habitat projects, prescribed burning projects and wildlife barrier fence installations.  
Flexibility to adjust hours to meet the needs of the stewardship department and organization as required.  
Participates with other mission area staff to adopt a "team" approach towards daily operations at the assigned work station.

Minimum Knowledge/Skills:   
Proficiency in the use of forestry field equipment such as a GPS, compass, diameter tape, clinometers, densitometer, tape measure, data collector, and range finder; or the ability to master use of this equipment in a short period of time.   
Proficiency in writing.
Strong work ethic.
A motivated self-starter who is also a strong team player.
Detail oriented individual is essential.  
Possess effective time management skills.
Ability to complete tasks independently when necessary.  
Computer literacy and working knowledge of a variety of software programs, including standard Microsoft software applications (e.g.; Word, Excel, Web browsers) and GIS. 
Experience or ability to safely use and maintain land management tools and equipment, including backpack sprayers, planting bars, shovels, chainsaws, tractors, other miscellaneous power and construction tools. 

Preferred Additional Skills:
Knowledge of ecological land management principles and silvicultural systems.
Knowledge of current trends and practices in conservation science, with emphasis on ecological forest management. 
Experience with the standard concepts of forest measurements including: point and plot sampling, tree diameter measurements, product classification, merchantable and total tree height determinations, regeneration and understory vegetation assessments. Familiarity with forest inventory software.
Herbicide applicator or operator license. 
Interest, training, and experience in prescribed fire management 

Qualifications:  
B.S. in forestry, natural resources or other closely related field preferred. 
Thorough knowledge of trees and plants in NJ, including strong winter ID skills.  
Must be able to perform field work under all types of adverse weather conditions.
Must be able to walk on uneven surfaces and in rough terrain carrying equipment weighing up to 35 lbs.  
Must be willing to travel to different inventory locations throughout New Jersey and work weekends and nights as required.  This requires a reliable vehicle and a valid New Jersey Drivers License.
Flexibility to adjust hours to meet special needs of the department and the organization.

Starting Date: Immediate.

Salary:  Commensurate with experience.  

Deadline:  This position will remain open until filled

Application:  Qualified individuals may apply by sending resume with cover letter with salary requirements, three professional references and a writing sample, to don.donnelly@njaudubon.org

New Jersey Audubon Society is an equal opportunity employer. 
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Position Title:                 Cape May Bird Observatory Director
Location:                        Cape May County, New Jersey
Reports To:                     President / CEO and VP Education
Position Classification:   Fulltime (40 hour work week)

Job Description:  The Cape May Bird Observatory (CMBO) Director is responsible for leadership and direction of the Bird Observatory including two sites in Cape May County (Northwood Center in Cape May Point and the Center for Research and Education in Goshen).  The CMBO Director must be fully engaged in all program platforms, fund raising and special events, and is expected to grow and promote CMBO to maintain its excellent reputation and establish it as the top bird observatory in North America.

 MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

 Leadership/Management

·         Spearhead the development and implementation of a strategic plan to establish CMBO as the top bird observatory in North America.

·         Oversee the operations of the Center for Research and Education and the Northwood Center and all associated programs.

·         Foster collaboration with the Nature Center of Cape May. 

·         Supervise and mentor CMBO staff and volunteers so that the work and mission of NJ Audubon are fulfilled and comply with all organizational and legal requirements for hiring and employment practices

·         Work with VP for Finance to develop and track performance against budget to manage CMBO’s financial health.

·         Work with VP for Finance to oversee CMBO retail operations physical stores and online FeatherEdge Optics (FEO) to strengthen and increase profits. Continue to foster strong relationship with key optic companies.

·         Oversee facilities maintenance, inspections and improvements including buildings, grounds and onsite equipment and insure the safety and security of sanctuary property as required.  Maintain a welcoming space to effectively engage visitors.

·         Manage an effective volunteer program according to the NJ Audubon’s expectations.

 Membership/Fundraising

·         Act as the chief fundraising representative for CMBO and participate in collaborative fundraising efforts.

·         Direct CMBO signature events, such as World Series of Birding and Cape May Migration events.

·         Work with the Development team and other departments as appropriate to develop, implement and evaluate fundraising plan.

·         Work with Development team to actively increase membership, cultivate donors, volunteers and others.

·         Work with Development team to write and manage grants/contracts.

 Public Relations and Community Outreach

·         Build relationships in the local/national/international community, expanding NJ Audubon and CMBO presence to increase awareness, support and program participation.

·         Oversee marketing and promotions including publications, media, social media and community-outlets for CMBO programs.  

 Programming

·         With the VP for Education oversee existing educational/recreational programming; develop and implement new initiatives.

·         With the VP for Research collaborate on seasonal migration monitoring and long-term population studies tied to NJA conservation outcomes; develop and implement new initiatives.

·         With VP for Stewardship collaborate on avian habitat management.

Other

Assume additional responsibilities as requested.

Qualifications/knowledge/skills

·         B.A. or B.S. in the sciences or education, Masters in a related field preferred.

·         Proven administrative, management and fundraising experience in a similar setting.

·         Minimum of five years experience in a similar situation.

·         Bird and natural history knowledge of NJ flora, fauna and habitats a plus.

·         Demonstrated leadership/supervisory skills.

·         Experience coordinating volunteers.

·         Motivated self-starter who is a team player and has a desire to make an immediate contribution.

·         Excellent interpersonal and collaboration skills.

·         Ability to relate to a diverse range of people and motivate a diverse range of people.

·         Able to demonstrate initiative and a positive attitude.

·         Excellent communication skills; enthusiastic presenter.

·         Excellent organizational, time and project management skills and ability to manage multiple projects, shifting priorities and meet deadlines.

·         Ability to work nights and weekends as required.

·         Strong computer skills (Microsoft Office) to fulfill the job requirements.

Must have a valid driver’s license and be able to operate a vehicle in NJ; have the physical capacity to walk throughout the land and buildings of the sanctuary, be able to move materials and to lift 50 lbs and operate mechanical equipment as needed.

 Starting Date:  Immediate

 Salary:  Commensurate with experience

Application:  Qualified individuals may apply by sending resume, cover letter, three references and salary requirements to Joyce Fajnor, Executive Assistant and Director of Human Resources via email to joyce.fajnor@njaudubon.org.

 NJ Audubon is an Equal Opportunity Employer.   www.njaudubon.org for additional information on NJ Audubon.

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 Position Title:        Information Systems Manager
Department:           Headquarters
Location:                9 Hardscrabble Road, Bernardsville, NJ 07924
Reports To:             Vice President for Development
Job Classification:  Full Time (40 hour work week)

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Job Description:  The Information Systems Manager has Society-wide responsibility for a broad range of computer technology and network communications functions and is responsible for performing data analysis and reporting via the Raisers Edge database application.  He/she is  the main point of contact with vendors for all software applications and services and supervises  a part-time Content Management Assistant.

 MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

 Information Systems Administration and Oversight 

  • Technical administration of all Society web sites:

1.     New Jersey Audubon (www.njaudubon.org)

2.     BirdCapeMay (www.birdcapemay.org)

3.     World Series of Birding (www.wsob.org)

4.     Birding and Wildlife Trails (www.njwildlifetrails.org) 

Oversight of web hosting services and web platform software.  Direct interaction with outside programmers and graphic designers.  Troubleshoot and solve hosting or network-related problems with the sites.  Provide training and technical support for all staff who are responsible for creating and maintaining content on each of the web sites. (Currently, the site is run on the DotNetNuke (DNN) content management system but is migrating to Word Press.) Perform content updates to the site’s main landing pages as required.  Perform analysis of web traffic and content using Google Analytics, prepare reports on a regular basis. 

  • Technical and administrative oversight of all mission-critical software applications and services:

1.     Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge membership database, and Blackbaud NetCommunity

2.     CapWiz net advocacy system

3.     Backup Disaster and Recovery Services (HQ file server) 

The Information Systems Manager is the main point of technical and administrative contact with all providers of software applications and services. Establishes relationships with account reps and technical support reps, participates in contract negotiations and approvals, reviews and approves vendor invoices, oversees troubleshooting of major problems. 

  • Technical implementation and administration of NetCommunity eblast system. 

Create design templates for various email categories; create email mailing lists for specific target audiences; schedule, prepare and send email communications according to eblast policy guidelines; review and report on email delivery and bounce statistics. 

  • Technical implementation and administration of NetCommunity online interactive calendar. 

Creation of online calendar pages in the NetCommunity content management system.  Assemble calendar information that is submitted by the various Centers and enter it into the corresponding calendars. Provide technical training as needed to allow Centers to update their own online calendars. 

  • Technical implementation and administration of CapWiz net advocacy system. 

Main point of technical and administrative contact with CapWiz; provides training and technical support for Government Relations staff members.  Provides statistics and reports on advocacy responses. 

  • Technical oversight and administration the HQ file server and its backup systems. 
  • Technical administration and oversight of the Society’s Gmail account for staff email addresses and user groups. 
  • Establishing and maintaining all computer systems at the central office, including the network server, printers, back-up units and emergency battery units, and computer software and hardware upgrades.  Provide “help desk” services for HQ staff, helping to resolve hardware and software problems. 
  • Provide information to the entire NJ Audubon staff regarding important -related matters (i.e. – system updates, virus and malware alerts, etc.). Manage the Society’s TechSoup account (software donations for non-profit organizations), and use that account to obtain annual renewals of Norton AntiVirus software and other productivity software applications for the entire Society. 

Raisers Edge Database Analysis and Reporting 

The Information Systems Manger is the primary technical administrator of the Society’s Raiser Edge (RE) database.  Serves as primary point of administrative and technical contact with Blackbaud account reps.  Must be familiar with all RE functionality, such as:  RE administration and business rule setups, constituent record formatting, special codes and attributes, gift processing, procedures and best practices for running queries and reports, etc.  Specific responsibilities include (but are not limited to) the following: 

  • Provide detailed membership and development financial reports, at the request of the Vice President for Development. 
  • Perform database queries to analyze membership data, update constituent records, and to create subsets of records for use in fundraising appeals, membership renewals, database maintenance, etc.  
  • Assist the Development Associate with special projects and fundraising appeals.
  • Assist with the maintenance of all electronic files on contributions from members as well as non-members.  
  • Provide membership lists, electronic files, and/or printed labels for special mailings including New Jersey Audubon magazine and other brochures, fliers, or special appeals. 

Communications 

  • Consult with Centers and Mission Areas about content for the various web sites.  Suggest ideas for new content and features, post new content to the site as needed.
  • Technical oversight and administration of the Society’s social media accounts – Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, Twitter, etc.  Collect and post news and information to these social media sites.  Track account activity utilizing available reporting tools.
  • Assist with the editingof correspondence, magazine articles, renewal appeals, and other fundraising appeals as needed when requested by the Vice President for Development. 

Building and Infrastructure 

  • Participate with other NJ Audubon staff to adopt a “team” approach towards daily operations at the assigned center. 

Other

  • Assume additional responsibilities for the Department and the Organization as needed;
  • Works closely with the development team in responding to strategic organizational priorities. 

Knowledge and Skills

  • Demonstrated proficiencies in all aspects of Blackbaud Raisers Edge database application.
  • Background in website development and maintenance. Knowledge of content management system (CMS) web platforms, and especially DotNetNuke and Word Press, is preferred.
  • Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Office).  Experience in graphics software such as Adobe Photoshop and desktop publishing software a plus.
  • Excellent communications skills, both oral and written.
  • Excellent interpersonal and collaboration skills – including the ability to accept direction and constructive feedback
  • Ability to relate to and motivate a diverse range of people.
  • Ability to demonstrate initiative and a positive attitude.
  • Motivated self-starter with capacity to work productively in a team setting.
  • Excellent organizational, time and project management skills and ability to manage multiple projects, shifting priorities and meet deadlines. 

Qualifications

  • At least two years professional experience in website development and maintenance preferred.
  • Must be able to walk on uneven surfaces and lift up to 25 lbs in order to participate in special events.
  • Must be willing to travel in the State of New Jersey.  This requires a reliable vehicle and a valid New Jersey Driver’s License;
  • Flexibility to adjust hours to meet deadlines and needs of the department/organization, including availability to work occasional evenings and weekends.

 Starting Date:  Immediate
 Salary:  Commensurate with experience.
 Application Deadline:  Position will be posted until filled.

 Qualified individuals may apply by sending resumes with cover letters via email to Joyce Fajnor at joyce.fajnor@njaudubon.org

 New Jersey Audubon Society is an equal opportunity employer.

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 Position Title:   Assistant Coordinator - Coalition for the Delaware River Watershed
 Department:     Conservation
 Location:          Trenton Policy Office
 Reports To:      Coordinator , Coalition for the Delaware River Watershed
 Classification:  Part-time, 20 to 24 hours per week, (15 months)

Job Description:

New Jersey Audubon is seeking to fill the part-time position of Assistant Coordinator for the Coalition for the Delaware River Watershed.  The Assistant Coordinator will be responsible for helping to coordinate the activities of the Coalition and will interact extensively with organizations throughout the Watershed. General responsibilities entail providing support for Coalition operations, including workgroup and conference planning and management, database maintenance, and implementation of communications and outreach strategies for social and traditional media.  This is a part-time position, not to exceed 24 hours per week.

Major Responsibilities:

  • Develop a broad understanding of the mission, activities and accomplishments of the Coalition.
  • Assist with Coalition operations including workplan development and implementation, database and list-serv management, and all aspects of meeting/conference planning and management.
  •  Work with Coordinator to chart, develop and launch new Watershed-wide initiative to create and manage issue-based workgroups.
  • Handle ongoing coordination needs for workgroups.
  •  Assist in developing and implementing communications plan. Draft invitations, announcements, meeting summaries, press releases and other materials; use social media to share news and information; and perform minor updating of website.
  • Represent the Coalition at external events.
  •  Assist in grant writing and reporting.     

Qualification/knowledge/skills:

  • Four year degree or equivalent work experience.
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and oral.
  • Excellent interpersonal and collaboration skills.
  • Excellent organizational skills; detail-oriented.
  • Excellent computer skills – Microsoft Office and social media.
  • Knowledge of water/environmental/conservation issues and/or experience working in a coalition a plus.
  • Motivated self-starter who is a team player.
  • Flexibility to work limited nights and weekends as needed.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and be able to operate a motor vehicle in NJ.

Starting date:  Immediate

Salary:  Commensurate with experience. 

Applications including a cover letter, resume, and the names of two references should be submitted to Kim Beidler:  kim.beidler@njaudubon.org  or

Kim BeidlerCoalition for the
Delaware River Watershed
204 West State Street
Trenton, NJ 08608.

New Jersey Audubon is an equal opportunity employer

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Position:                      Shorebird Field Technician
Department:                 Research
Location:                      Cape May & Cumberland Counties, NJ, Center for Research and Education, Cape May Court House, NJ
Immediate Supervisor:   Dr. David Mizrahi, Vice President, Research
Job Classification:         Seasonal, fulltime

Job Description:  The Shorebird Field Technician (3) will be responsible for data collection for ongoing research on shorebird migration ecology along New Jersey’s Delaware Bay shore.  Delaware Bay is recognized as an internationally important staging area for shorebirds during spring migration from South American wintering grounds to arctic breeding sites.

Dates: 16 April thru 30 June 2014

Duties include, but are not limited to:

            -  Extracting birds from mist-nets
            -  Banding, weighing and measuring birds
            -  Recording data
            -  Point Counts
            -  Surveying for color-banded birds
            -  Data entry

Qualifications:

            - Mist-netting and bird banding experience necessary
            -  Ability to identify shorebirds of the eastern U.S.
            -  Color-banded re-sighting experience preferred
            -  Proficiency with MS Excel or Access preferred
            -  Must be willing to work irregular hours, in occasionally hot and buggy conditions
            -  Must be able to work independently and as part of a team
            -  Must have own vehicle, and a valid and clean driver’s license
            -  Must be able to move materials and lift 25 lbs as needed.

Salary: $1800 - $2200/month, depending on experience. Housing and reimbursement for gas provided

Please send cover letter of interest, resume, and three references by 1 March to René Buccinna, NJ Audubon Center for Research and Education, Cape May Bird Observatory, 600 Route 47 North, Cape May Court House, NJ 08210, rene.buccinna@njaudubon.org

New Jersey Audubon  is a privately supported, not-for-profit, statewide membership organization.  Founded in 1897, and one of the oldest independent Audubon societies, NJ Audubon is not connected with the National Audubon Society.   NJ Audubon is an equal opportunity employer.

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Position Title: Shrub/Scrub Bird Field Technician

Department:    Research
Location: Wattles Stewardship Center, Port Murray, NJ
Immediate Supervisor: Dr.Kristin Munafo, Senior Research Scientist

Job Classification: Seasonal, full-time


Job Description: FIELD TECHNICIANS (2) needed May 1st through August 15thfor research on shrub/scrub bird ecology in
northern New Jersey.  Duties include conducting point count surveys in the NJ Highlands using distance sampling methodologies, vegetation sampling, data entryand some data analysis. Housing and mileage reimbursement will be provided. 


Qualifications: Point count experience and the ability to identify birds of the eastern U.S. by sight and sound required. 
Proficiency with GPS and range finders required, and knowledge of MS Excel and ArcGIS preferred.  Applicants must be able to work independently, move materials and to lift 25 lbs as needed and be willing to work in occasionally
hot and buggy conditions and potential rough terrain.   Must be willing to travel in the State of New Jersey. 
This requires a reliable vehicle and a valid driver’s license to operate a vehicle in New Jersey.

 

Start Date: May 1 thru August 15, 2014

 

Salary: $1,800 - $2,200 per month, depending on experience


Application Deadline: March 1, 2014


Send cover letter of interest, resume, and three references by March 1st to Kristin Munafo, New Jersey Audubon, Wattles Stewardship Center, 1024 Anderson Road, Port Murray, NJ 07865, kristin.munafo@njaudubon.org.

  

New Jersey Audubon is a privately supported, not-for-profit, statewide membership organization. Founded in 1897, and one of the oldest independent Audubon societies, NJ Audubon is not connected with the National Audubon Society.

NJ Audubon is an equal opportunity employer.

 

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Position Title:

Nature Store Sales Associate/Naturalist

Department

Retail

Location:

Cape May Bird Observatory, CRE and/or Northwood

Reports To:

Sales Manager

Job Classification

Part-time, up to 32 hours, temporary

Job Description:  The Nature Store Sales Associate/Naturalist supports the retail operations and sales at the Cape May Bird Observatory Nature Stores.  The Nature Store Sales Associate/Naturalist supports all phases of store operations to ensure maximum sales and profitability.  The Nature Store Sales Associate/Naturalist supports all key retail initiatives, store presentation, inventory management, and loss prevention.  The Nature Store Sales Associate reports to the Sales Manager.

Major Responsibilities:

·         Ensure customer service and satisfaction and greets visitors, answer telephones and disseminate NJA/CMBO information, promote NJA mission and answer questions about local natural areas, and natural history.

·         Assist with ordering, processing and display of merchandise.

·         Encourage membership enrollment with each sale.  

·         Assist customers with merchandise selection, process sales and maintain accurate sales records and prepare daily reconciliations.

·         Assist with maintenance of inventory database.

·         Assist in bi-annual store inventory.

·         Assist Sales Manager with offsite sales during special events.

·         Assist and guide the work of store volunteers.

·         Maintain supply and restock of literature for center (membership brochures, checklists, information packs, etc.,) to ensure ample supply available.

·         Assist with general light maintenance of store and grounds, including breaking  down of cardboard, taking out trash and recycling, filling bird feeders, cleaning up, etc.

·         Work with other staff as team player towards daily operations and support of CMBO.           

·         Work in cooperation with the Sales Manager and assume other responsibilities as assigned.

Knowledge/Skills

·         Knowledge of natural history and retail experience with the birding market or similar product line preferred.

·         Knowledge of optics a plus.

·         Excellent interpersonal skills including the ability to accept direction.

·         Team player.

·         Punctual with effective time management and organizational skills.

·         Excellent oral and written skills required.

·         Strong computer skills and ability to manage retail database is required.

·         Ability to work independently as necessary.

 

Qualifications:

·         High School diploma.

·         Flexibility to adjust hours to meet special needs of the Nature Store.

·         Ability to lift and move merchandise and boxes.

·         Must have a valid driver’s license and be able to operate a vehicle in NJ. 

Starting Date: Immediate.

Salary:  Commensurate with experience.

Deadline:  This position will remain open until filled.

Application:  Qualified individuals may apply by sending resume with cover letter with salary requirements and three professional references via email to brian.moscatello@njaudubon.org

New Jersey Audubon Society is an equal opportunity employer.

 

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Position Title:                 Summer Camp Teacher/Naturalist

Department                     Education

Location:                         Lorrimer Sanctuary

Reports To:                    Sanctuary Director

Job Classification:        Seasonal; (Part time), June 23 to August 22 , 2014,  6 hours per day, 5 days per week.

Job Description:  The Summer Camp teacher/naturalist has duties primarily in the education branch of the NJ Audubon mission and provides hands-on activities, games, crafts and nature exploration in a day-camp setting.  He/she will work directly with the Sanctuary Director to develop and teach the programs.  The teacher-naturalist takes an active role in promoting New Jersey Audubon as a membership-based conservation organization. 

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

Educational Programming and Visitor Services

·         Plan, develop (if applicable) and conduct natural history programs for children aged 4 to 11 years old.  Programs will have a strong focus on awareness and respect for the natural world.

·         Maintain lesson plans, educational materials and all other related programming information as required.

·         Help in the care, feeding, and well being of live animals that are presented for educational purposes. 

 

Membership

·         Strive to increase NJ Audubon membership base 

Facilities / Property

·         Assist with care and maintenance of the grounds, gardens, and trail system as needed.   

Other

·         Prepare written reports, proposals and plans as required.

·         Assume additional responsibilities as requested.

 Knowledge and Skills

·         Excellent interpersonal skills including the ability to accept direction and constructive criticism.

·         Motivated self-starter who is also a team player.

·         Punctual with effective time management skills.

·         Excellent oral and written skills required.

·         Ability to demonstrate initiative and a positive attitude.

·         Strong computer skills (Microsoft Office) to fulfill the job requirements.

·         Ability to relate to a diverse range of people and exercise cultural competence and inclusion.

 

Qualifications

·         Educational background in the sciences or education, preferred.

·         Demonstrated knowledge of natural history of NJ.

·         Prior experience working with young children in an outdoor setting.

·         Valid First Aid, CPR, and other public safety certification appropriate for the activities at the site.

·         Must have a valid driver’s license and be able to operate a vehicle in NJ; the physical capacity to walk throughout the land and buildings of the sanctuary, able to move materials and lift 50 lbs and operate mechanical equipment as needed.

 

Starting Date:  June 23, 2014

Salary:  Commensurate with experience.

Application Deadline:  Position will be posted until filled.

Qualified individuals may apply by sending resumes with cover letters to:  Patrick Scheuer, Sanctuary Director, Lorrimer Sanctuary, 790 Ewing Ave., Franklin Lakes, NJ  07417 or patrick.scheuer@njaudubon.org

New Jersey Audubon Society is an equal opportunity employer.