Seasonal Job: Osprey Nation Coordinator
January 27, 2021 — The Connecticut Audubon Society invites applicants for a seasonal position at 35 hours per week beginning March 1 through October 1, 2021, as coordinator for the Osprey Nation Project.
The successful candidate is responsible for digital mapping of all Connecticut Osprey nests, coordinating volunteer monitors, and maintaining Osprey population trends and nesting statistics. Additionally the candidate will be responsible for writing a season-end report. Other duties may be required.
The ideal candidate will have the following skills:
* Excellent communication, time and volunteer management skills. The ability to communicate with stewards via email or phone on a daily basis.
* Efficient in Excel and Outlook with the ability to update Excel spreadsheets daily and send mass emails to stewards monthly.
* GIS and mapping skills using/placing coordinates on Google map.
Knowledge of Osprey biology is an asset.
This position will report to the Senior Director of Science and Conservation. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Send cover letter and application to: Connecticut Audubon Society, Osprey Nation Coordinator Search, 314 Unquowa Rd., Fairfield, CT 06824, or email@example.com
Connecticut Audubon Society is an Equal Opportunity Employer, maintains a drug free workplace, and complies with the ADA.
All applicants are considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy, age, national origin, ancestry, physical/mental disability, military/veteran status, genetic information, marital status, or any other protected characteristic under applicable federal, state, and local laws.
Founded in 1898, the Connecticut Audubon Society operates nature facilities in Fairfield, Milford, Pomfret, Hampton, and Sherman, Old Lyme, and an EcoTravel office in Essex.
Connecticut Audubon manages 20 wildlife sanctuaries encompassing more than 3,300 acres of open space in Connecticut, and educates over 100,000 children and adults annually. Connecticut Audubon is an independent organization, not affiliated with any national or governmental group.