Short-Term Job Adventures Arkansas
ONSC is an 89-acre natural classroom with a combination of comfortable facilities and rugged natural terrain in the Ozarks of Northwest Arkansas. The campus includes three lodges, guest and faculty housing, indoor and outdoor classrooms, an observation deck and nearly eight miles of maintained hiking trails. They are also adjacent to the 15,000+ acres of the McIlroy Madison County Wildlife Management Area.
Teacher Naturalists are the front-line educational staff for all Ozark Natural Science Center programming and program-related operations. Naturalists will lead educational activities including interpretive hikes and field investigations on the trail, off-site trips, special topic classes, and various other experiential, field science, ecology and environmental education activities, with programs that range from one day to a full week. Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree, with preference given to those who have studied environmental or natural sciences, the ability to work in a team environment, and great speaking presentation skills. Now accepting applications for the fall season (late August to mid-December); positions are also available during the spring (early February to mid-May). If you have a genuine appreciation for the natural world and conservation and the desire to continually develop as both an educator and a naturalist, email your cover letter, resume and 3 references to Becky Olthof.
Ozark Natural Science Center
1905 Madison 1305
Huntsville, AR 72740
(479) 282-2420 fax