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Position is responsible for effectively planning initiatives for teaching natural and cultural history to park patrons. Also responsible for the daily care (feeding, cleaning, etc) of the center's resident Raptor Ambassadors. Other duties include watching the front desk, updating nature center displays, conducting nesting bird surveys, helping with summer day camp, and planning fall events (i.e. October Owl Festival).
*This is a seasonal position at the Ornithology Center, working around 30 hours per week. Preferred starting date is April or May, working through December. Must have weekend availability.*
Bachelor's degree in natural resources, wildlife ecology, or related field and three (3) years of relevant work experience. Ability to develop and present effective presentations to a variety of audiences. Ability to effectively coordinate, guide, assist and monitor project research and analysis processes, thereby ensuring the successful completion of assigned work projects. Ability to communicate effectively through the following means: oral, writing, summary tables and graphs, photographs, graphics, databases. Knowledge of Indiana flora and fauna, ecosystems, biological interactions and concepts.
Independent judgment is utilized in providing sound professional planning advice. Work is performed with limited guidance.