The Engagement Specialist will be involved in a diverse set of projects to improve natural resources and educate the public on conservation issues. Some experience interacting with the public, both adults and youth is preferred. Onsite training will be provided. The member will be involved in developing new conservation programs and implementing existing projects, including using volunteers to conduct wildlife habitat management projects and conduct restoration and habitat improvement on public land. The member will design and develop outreach materials to inform the public about current programs and to highlight MUCC programs. Service locations include MUCC headquarters in Lansing and a variety of field sites throughout the state. Most travel will be day travel, some evenings and several weekends will be required. Strenuous physical activity may be required.
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✓ Associates degree in natural resources management, conservation, education, biology, ecology, recreation or fish and wildlife (Bachelor’s degree preferred).
✓ Computer efficiency (typing, email, word processing, excel, google suite products)
✓ Ability to pass a background check*
✓ U.S. citizen, national or lawful permanent resident alien
✓ Commitment to conserving the forests, lakes and streams of Michigan
✓ Background in fishing and hunting or willingness to learn preferred.