Rhode Island National Wildlife Refuge Complex is comprised of five national wildlife refuges with two visitor centers and two contact stations. Responsibilities include leading school groups on field trips, assisting at the visitor centers, developing or assisting summer programs for all ages, monitoring visitor use at a Sandy Point Island in the summer months, writing reports, conducting visitation counts, supporting the biological program, and helping to welcome visitors to the refuges in Rhode Island. Requirements Applicants must possess excellent communication skills, and have the ability to work outdoors in all types of weather conditions, especially heat and humidity, walk long distances on the beach, endure biting insects, and to work well with children and co

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