Schlitz Audubon Nature Center has a wide-variety of employment opportunities for individuals who are enthusiastic, hard-working, and dedicated to supporting our mission. Our staff is the foundation of our Center.
Interested in joining our team? Check out our current opportunities:
Under the supervision of the Director of Conservation, the Resource Ecologist performs a wide variety of duties related to the ecological management of the Center lands. Must possess an associate’s or bachelor’s degree in urban forestry, forest resource management, biology, ecology, natural resources, conservation/environmental science, forestry, forest ecology, or substantially similar area from an accredited college or university and (2) two or more years of professional work experience in ecological land management with experience as a tree faller using power chain saws.
Land Management Intern
Student interns will receive hands-on experience in natural areas management to further the development of the interns towards their professional trajectory. This unpaid position is designed to ground the individual with professional skill-sets related to ecological land management. The knowledge gained should carry-over to other environments/systems in their career futures. The Center’s Land Management Intern assists the Center’s Land Manager with the ecological-restoration of the entire grounds.
Weekday Facilities Assistant
Schlitz Audubon’s Facilities Assistant is responsible for providing maintenance, housekeeping, and security, as well as set-up for building rentals and programs.
The Naturalist will share the Schlitz Audubon Nature Center’s mission through environmental education to children age K4-12th grade both at the Center and at offsite locations. Additionally, this position is responsible for assisting with effective adult education program execution both on- and off-site.