Do you enjoy teaching children and leading other educators in an environmental education setting? This job could be for you! The Montana Natural History Center in Missoula, Montana is looking for a School Programs Manager to lead our Visiting Naturalist in the Schools Program. The position will remain open until we find the right individual for the role. We are looking for applicants with formal teaching experience, familiarity with the NGSS, supervision, and a love for science and the outdoors.
Organization: Montana Natural History Center
Where: Missoula, Montana
Position Title: Camps Coordinator
Position Category: 40 hrs/week, Non-Exempt
Start Date: January 1st, 2022
About Montana Natural History Center summer camps:
MNHC’s camps for kids ages 4–11 combine experiential natural science education with outdoor fun and adventure. Camps include environmental education, exploration, projects, field trips to local natural areas, free play, games, and more. Every week is unique, so camp staff will gain broad experience in outdoor environmental education while exploring a variety of topics in natural history.
Looking for an exciting and fulfilling position with an organization that makes a difference in the community? The Montana Natural History Center conducts innovative, nature-based education for people of all ages in a supportive and fun workplace. Rather like a cross between a mad scientist and a great artist, the Amazing Program Director is responsible for maintaining and creating remarkable environmental education programs that impact communities in western Montana.
Summer Camp Program Instructors will provide leadership and instruction for the full-day Summer Outdoor Discovery Day Camps at the Montana Natural History Center in Missoula, MT. Have fun, get outdoors, and make a difference this summer while gaining valuable training and experience working in environmental education!
This is an 11-week position running from 6/3 –8/19/2019. During camp weeks, instructors work 40 hour weeks. Summer camp instructors have 2-3 weeks off during the summer.
The Montana Natural History Center seeks an experienced, creative, and well-organized individual to fill the ID Nature Coordinator position. We are looking for a person who is passionate about distance learning and environmental education. The successful hire will work with our talented team to deliver exceptional programming using green screen technology and web-conferencing in remote, rural classrooms and other offsite venues.