Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society, incorporated in 1987, is a registered charity, dedicated to preserving healthy wildlife and wildlife systems in northwest North America through education. NWPS has earned a reputation within the environmental community as a powerful advocate for wildlife largely through the development and delivery of a broad series of educational programs and services, newsletters and correspondence, which reach an average of 10,000 individuals annually.
Hourly rate: $25.00
Maximum hours per month: 80
The Wildlife Educator is responsible for development and delivery of NWPS’s educational programs and projects. Secondary to this is the support of revenue generation, events and activities of NWPS. The individual must be able to work closely with other Educators in the development of educational programs.
This position reports directly to the Executive Director and ultimately the Board of Directors.
Qualifications and Requirements
- Education: Degree in Environmental Science, Biology, or Zoology (or related skills and experience).
- Experience: A minimum of 2 years’ experience delivering environmental education programs/presentations to school aged children and adults.
- Skills: Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Strong organizational, analytical and problem-solving skills. Must be proficient in the use of MS Office 2010. Social Media experience a definite asset. Must have tact, diplomacy and the ability to problem solve and conflict resolve. Must be mature and self-disciplined.
- Vehicle: Driver’s license and vehicle is a requirement of the position.
Deadline for Submission: November 30, 2022
Please submit cover letter and resume by email to:
Interim Executive Director