This position will direct the interpretation program at Icelandic State Park. These duties include development and delivery of educational programming as needed, provide guided tours of the historical resources, assisting in the training of interpretive staff, supervise temporary staff members, care for the interpretive assets, liaison to the NE ND Heritage Association and provide outreach programs to align with the mission of the North Dakota Parks and Recreation. This position reports to the park manager. This position also requires the ability to work days, evenings, weekends, and select holidays throughout the year. This is a year round 40 hour per week position. This position does offer health insurance and has the option of housing available.
Requires a bachelor's degree in a natural, historical or cultural resource field, environmental education, business management or a closely related field.
Two (2) years of work experience related to interpretive programs, public guided tours, or education.
Demonstrated working knowledge and understanding of Microsoft Office 365, and have experience in PowerPoint and Publisher
Ability to communicate tactfully and with emphasis on customer service.
Ability to effectively communicate and control large groups of the public including interacting with people of all ages, interests, viewpoints and background.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, the public and other support groups and volunteers.
Ability to withstand exposure to varying weather conditions/temperatures for extended periods and work effectively during daylight and evening hours.
Able to multi-task effectively
Ability to operate audiovisual equipment.
Ability to hike or walk long distance, able to lift 50 pounds
Ability to conduct nature programs/activities in a variety of terrain and settings.
Excellent prioritization, time management, and organizational skills.