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Mass Audubon offers a work environment that is challenging, yet flexible. Our compensation and benefits program is competitive, including a 403(b) plan and generous paid time off.
Every inquiry will be treated confidentially. Mass Audubon is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Employer.
Work with the education team to prepare and teach environmental education programs for schools, families, and adults both on and off site, based out of Mass Audubon’s Metro South region (Museum of American Bird Art in Canton, Blue Hills Trailside Museum in Milton, Moose Hill in Sharon, and Stony Brook in Norfolk). Primary programs during the school year include sanctuary field trips, in-school programs, homeschool, afterschool, and vacation week programs. Position may also assist with developing and delivering school and community outreach programs at the Nest, a new nature-inspired maker’s space at the Museum of American Bird Art. The majority of work would be during the school year, with the bulk of these hours focused on spring school field trips, afterschool programs, and vacation week programs.