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Chippewa Nature Center
Make the past come alive for visitors young and old as you help them feel the weight of a lumberman’s ax in the woods, enjoy the smell of maple syrup at a festival, or hear the splash of water as they paddle the river in a Voyageur Canoe.
Job Summary: Join a staff of creative, energetic professionals who work together to connect all people with nature through educational, recreational and cultural experiences. CNC is in search of a Historical Interpreter with a passion for sharing the past in a relevant, engaging way with children and adults. CNC’s historical resources include an 1870s homestead farm complete with a log cabin, root cellar, timber frame barn, one-room schoolhouse, maple sugarhouse, wigwam and a wide variety of historical and reproduction items highlighting Native American natural resource use, the Great Lakes fur trade, Michigan lumbering and early farming. These features are shared through public programs, school programs, outreach presentations, self-guided experiences and festivals.
Objective: To develop and implement historical programs that connect visitors to the regions’ natural resources and the people who have lived and worked here in the past.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Experience in the field of historical interpretation involving public programming
Status: Full time non-exempt, permanent
Schedule: Monday-Friday with occasional weekend and evening hours. June through August the schedule will shift to Sunday-Thursday.
Start Date: January 3, 2019
Salary & Benefits: Salary based on experience and education, health insurance, 403(b) contribution, CNC membership, 20% discount in Nature Center Store,
Application procedure: Send cover letter and resume to Jenn Kirts, Director of Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org or 400 S Badour Road, Midland, MI 48640
Application Deadline: November 6, 2019
Overview: CNC is a nonprofit, environmental education organization. Its mission is to connect all people to nature through educational, recreational and cultural experiences. The 1,500-acre property includes woodlands, fields, ponds and rivers. CNC’s facilities consist of a Visitor Center with Ecosystem Gallery, classrooms and Nature Center store; an 1870s Homestead Farm complex; Nature Preschool; an arboretum and over 19 miles of nature trails. See www.chippewanaturecenter.org for more information.
Equal Opportunity Employment: CNC is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against employees or job applicants on the basis of race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, height, weight, handicap or disability, veteran status or any other status or condition protected by applicable state or federal laws.
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