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Updated July 1, 2017

Environmental Job Sites

Jobs in Missouri and Surrounding States

Executive Director, AIM for Wilderness Stewardship, Arkansas/ Illinois/Missouri tri-state area. Deadline July 15, 2017. The Executive Director of the not-for-pro t AIM for Wilderness Stewardship, as the chief executive o cer, has the primary responsibility for planning, developing and implementing all programs and operations that serve AIM’s stated mission of assisting federal land agencies in Arkansas, Illinois and Missouri in managing and protecting present and potential Wilderness Areas under their jurisdictions.

Heartland Conservation Alliance, Kansas City, Youth Volunteers. Posted June 27. The Heartland Conservation Alliance proactively conserves, protects, and restores natural lands and open space within the Kansas City region, benefitting the community and future generations by improving water quality, creating recreational opportunities, protecting life and property, and preserving our natural and cultural heritage. Seeking youth ages 14-24 in KC area to serve on the youth council. An informational meeting will be held on Tuesday, July 18 from 6-8 pm at the Anita B. Gorman Discovery Center located on 4750 Troost Ave. Pizza will be included!

Life Science Lab Educator (Regular - Part Time, St. Louis Science Center. Posted June 21, 2017. The Educator I enhances gallery experiences with a focus on quality education through exhibit interpretation, demonstrations, programs, and activities.  The Educator I is responsible for providing excellent customer service and maintaining a visitor-first environment.

Interpretation Assistant (Part Time), Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis. Deadline July 10, 2017. Assists in the development and implementation of interpretive strategies. Engages visitors of all ages through interpretive programming throughout the Garden. Helps maintain interpretive displays and props. Provides visitor information regarding, directions, venues, attractions, special events, classes, and other information, while working in designated interpretive areas. Assists in ensuring safe, positive, and educational engaging visitors experiences. Sells admission tickets and merchandise in the Children's Garden Ticket Fort and handles cash and credit card transactions in an accurate and professional manner.

Environmental Education Program Instructor, GreenWorks, Kansas City. Posted June 5, 2014. The ideal candidate(s) will have an undergraduate or higher college degree, several years of experience working with urban youth, excellent project management and organizational skills and will be fluent in English and Spanish. Excellent writing, and communication skills are important as well as the ability to work in a team environment. Applicants should be able to provide strong references from several past employers and/or college instructors, who can attest to their ability to manage details, meet deadlines and work collaboratively. Instructor(s) will need to pass a comprehensive background check.