Southwest Education and Outreach Coordinator

Website Institute for Applied Ecology

Native species restoration, research, and education

IAE’s Southwest Branch office supports the conservation, restoration, and recovery of New Mexico’s diverse biological resources in New Mexico and Arizona. Our Education and Outreach Coordinator position is a hybrid role split between ecological education programs and outreach to local Southwest communities to further advance IAE’s mission. We offer educational opportunities for a variety of audiences, from K-12 students to volunteers and adults in custody. We work with federal agencies, nonprofit partners, schools, and community members to deliver education focused on connecting people with nature. The Southwest Education and Outreach Coordinator organizes events and formal and informal educational opportunities, manages volunteers, curates newsletter and social media content, designs graphics for outreach materials, and develops curricula on native plants and pollinators. This is a dynamic position that includes a combination of place-based education programs, classroom-based instruction, and office work, and interfaces with SW projects in restoration, rare plants, pollinators, and native plant materials. The Coordinator is expected to manage budgets, facilitate partner meetings, and engage with diverse audiences, including Latine and Pueblo communities. IAE’s Ecological Education program has resources and experience to support new staff working in a prison environment and with the Department of Corrections.

Compensation: $26-27/hour
Plus, competitive benefits package, travel expenses associated with overnight work (food and lodging), paid holidays, and sick leave.

Full job description here.

To apply for this job please visit appliedeco.org.