The Raptor Program Specialist is responsible for maintaining high standards of husbandry for our entire live animal collection with special focus on raptors. The position participates in all aspects of NMWC education programs, including on-site, off-site and virtual programs. The Specialist, as part of the Education staff, is responsible for the training, supervision and evaluation of interns and volunteers.
New Mexico Wildlife Center is hiring for the full-time position of Ambassador Animal Manager. NMWC is located 30 miles north of Santa Fe, NM and operates a wildlife hospital/rehabilitation facility along with its Ambassador Animal education programming. The Manager is responsible for ensuring best practicable standards for animal husbandry and training of our live animal collection which includes a variety of non-releasable native New Mexican amphibians, reptiles, mammals and birds.
New Mexico Wildlife Center has an immediate opening for two Assistant Curators. These position work with our native wildlife conservation education program and have responsibilities for the husbandry of approximately 35 Animal Ambassadors including raptors, mammals, reptiles and amphibians. The positions also presents education programs on-site, off-site and virtually often utilizing one or more NMWC's Ambassador Animals.
The New Mexico Wildlife Center has an immediate opening for an Assistant Curator. Located in northern New Mexico, 30 minutes from Santa Fe, NMWC is the premier native wildlife hospital, rehab and wildlife education facility in the state. The Assistant Curator has an important role in caring for 35 Ambassador Animals, associated facilities and in coordinating the work of volunteers and interns supporting NMWC’s animal husbandry and educational programming.
New Mexico Wildlife Center is seeking to hire a Curator of Animals and Education Programs. Located in Espanola, NM the Center has been providing wildlife rehabilitation and conservation education for over 35 years. The Curator is the lead staff with responsibility for the care of nearly 40 native wildlife Animal Ambassadors. Supervising education staff, interns and volunteers the position oversees the implementation of NMWC's education programs.
New Mexico Wildlife Center is the premier wildlife hospital and rehabilitation facility in the state. The Wildlife Rehabilitator is responsible for the care, rehabilitation, and release of approximately 800 native animals annually. The position supervises and trains hospital interns and volunteers, and works to advance the Center’s mission of connecting people and wildlife for an abundant tomorrow.
The New Mexico Wildlife Center offers preprofessional career experience through its Ambassador Animal & Education Program internship opportunities. The program introduces interns to animal husbandry, training, and enrichment; presentation of a variety of on-site, off-site and virtual education programs; and the facilitating of live encounter experiences with native New Mexican wildlife Animal Ambassadors.
The Education Coordinator (EC) will assist the Science & Education Director with development of all aspects of NMWC’s wildlife education programs and River Classroom program, and will be a primary program presenter. The EC will support the Education Animal Curator in animal care of NMWC’s 35 Ambassador Animals and will supervise volunteers in animal care and in program presentation.
The Education & Outreach Manager oversees all aspects of the Center’s education efforts including River Classroom, Wildlife Education, onsite programs and Animal Encounters, and the care of the Center’s 35 Animal Ambassadors. This position supervises two full-time staff, the Education Animal Curator and the Wildlife Education Coordinator, and interacts regularly with volunteers.