The following positions are currently open at the Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary. If you are interested in applying for any of them, please mail or email us a résumé and we will get back to you as quickly as we can. Thank you!
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30-35 hours per week, reporting to the
Summary of Position
The Education Specialist is responsible for tours, classroom visits, and summer camps where the Sanctuary spreads its message of conservation.
Guide tours of the Sanctuary grounds
Keep the education department calendar, scheduling tours, classroom visits, special events, and distance learning events
Visit classrooms and teach children about animals, conservation, and the greater Yellowstone ecosystem
Work with the Education Director on education materials, producing presentations, podcasts, videos, and more
Curate, display, and develop the Sanctuary’s collection of educational materials
Care for education animals at the Sanctuary
Work with Animal Care on animal encounters
Other duties as assigned, including snow removal, assisting with fundraisers & other events, and
Excellent writing skills
Expertise with presentation tools like Microsoft PowerPoint
Valid driver license and clean driving record
Animal care experience and/or training is not required, but is a plus