Hunter Education and Outdoor Skills Specialist-Massachusetts

Agency
Massachusetts Division Fisheries & Wildlife
Location
Westborough, MA 01581
Job Category
Full time Positions
Salary
47,984.56 - 69,089.80 Yearly
Start Date
11/01/2018
Last Date to Apply
10/11/2018
Website
https://massanf.taleo.net/careersection/ex/jobdetail.ftl?job=180004ID
Description
The Hunter Education Specialist schedules, plans and conducts Basic Hunter Education and other courses developed and administered by the Massachusetts Division Fisheries and Wildlife Hunter Education Program. Assists in curriculum design and developing educational materials and program content delivered at courses. Assists with the training and evaluation of volunteer instructor teams. The Specialists will also assists with the development and implementation of R3 programs as necessary. Please note that requisitions will remain open for 90 days; however, first consideration will be given to those applicants that apply within the first 14 days of the posting.
Qualifications
2. Knowledge of learning/teaching theories, educational training principles and practices. 3. Ability to select and apply instructional materials and training aids effectively in hunter education programs. 4. Knowledge of effective curriculum design and human dimension research as it relates to hunter education. 5. Knowledge of synchronous and asynchronous distance learning concepts and principles. 6. Knowledge of firearms, safe firearms handling practices and other hunting and trapping equipment. 7. Knowledge of the principles, safe practices and techniques of hunting and trapping 8. Ability to evaluate teaching effectiveness 9. Ability to design and develop curriculum, lesson plans and course outlines for hunter education programs 10. Ability to provide effective training programs for agency staff and volunteers involved in the delivery of hunter education programs 11. Ability to effectively communicate in oral and written formats 12. Ability to effectively relate to staff, volunteers, program stakeholders and the public 13. Knowledge of wildlife management principles and practices. 14. Knowledge of federal and state hunting laws and regulations 15. Ability to use computer systems and basic software packages and maintain accurate records. 16. Ability to exercise sound judgment, to work effectively with a group or independently and be self motivated. 17. Ability to establish and maintain working relationships with others. 18. Ability to have a flexible work schedule and to work evenings and weekends 19. Ability to perform other duties as required or assigned. Please note that requisitions will remain open for 90 days; however, first consideration will be given to those applicants that apply within the first 14 days of the posting.
Contact Person
Johanna Zabriskie
Contact Phone
617-626-1599
Contact eMail
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