Conduct outdoor education programs teaching children in multiple grade levels environmental, science-based and cultural programs. Topics include forest ecology and ecosystems, watersheds, geology, animal adaptations, wildlife habitats, early inhabitants of the area and activities relating to the enjoyment of nature’s beauty. Responsible for providing a safe and interactive learning experience to school and youth groups, and activities and interpretive programs for families and public visitors. Additional responsibilities include working on the Preserve, greeting visitors and performing public contact. Requires weekend work. Weekly hours range from 18-24 per week, with reduced or no scheduled hours during school and program breaks. This position comes with the option to reside

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