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About Us

Job Openings

Help us protect our Land of Enchantment!

Avian Biologist

The Avian Biologist will be responsible for assisting Audubon’s Associate Director of Freshwater Conservation, other Audubon staff and Natural Resource Conservation Services (NRCS) staff in field and office activities associated with conservation and monitoring of the Southwestern Willow Flycatcher (SWFL) and their habitat in New Mexico. This is a full-time position providing field, analytic and outreach support for NRCS Farm Bill Programs associated with Southwestern Willow Flycatcher habitat projects in New Mexico (e.g. Working Lands for Wildlife, Environmental Quality Incentive Programs, Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program). In coordination with NRCS staff, the Avian Biologist will work to restore SWFL habitat on private and public lands by identifying potential projects, developing restoration plans and enrolling landowners in Farm Bill programs. The Avian Biologist will also work to ensure the effectiveness of SWFL conservation efforts by collecting and analyzing bird habitat data that can be used to inform future project delivery.

This position will be a remote role with possible opportunity to work from Audubon offices in either Santa Fe or Albuquerque, NM. Interested candidates should apply as soon as possible, with interviews conducted on a rolling basis.
To view the full job description and online application for our Avian Biologist position, please follow this link.

 

Summer Camp Educators

Full-Time, Seasonal

The purpose of the summer camp educator will be to assist in the development and implementation of summer camp programs conducted by Audubon New Mexico and the Randall Davey Audubon Center. The position is classified as full-time, seasonal and paid at a rate of $12-15 per hour depending on experience. The educator will be supervised directly by the Director of Community Education at the Randall Davey Audubon Center in Santa Fe. Projected start date is May 28, 2019 and projected end date is August 2, 2019. Weekday, some evening, and some weekend work required.
To view the full job description and online application for our Summer Camp Educator position, please visit our online career portal.
Interested candidates should submit their resume and cover letter by March 24th for best consideration.

Part-time, Seasonal

The purpose of the summer camp educator will be to assist in the delivery of summer camp programs conducted by Audubon New Mexico and the City of Santa Fe. The position is classified as part-time (20-32 hours per week), seasonal and paid at a rate of $11.40-15 per hour depending on experience. The educator will be supervised directly by the Director of Community Education. Projected start date is June 10, 2019 and projected end date is July 19, 2019. The educator will deliver programming to campers enrolled at the City-sponsored program at Sweeney Elementary, weekday mornings from June 10-July 3 (17 hrs per week), including a weekly field trip to the Randall Davey Audubon Center. The educator will then assist with summer camp at the Randall Davey Audubon Center the weeks of July 8-12 and 15-19 (32 hrs per week). Spanish language ability required.
To view the full job description and online application for our Part-Time Summer Educator position, please visit our online career portal.
Interested candidates should submit their resume and cover letter by March 24th for best consideration.

 

Volunteers

Want to be part of a volunteer team working in one of the most beautiful spots in Santa Fe?
Audubon New Mexico is looking for guest service volunteers to help in our visitor center at the Randall Davey Audubon Center & Sanctuary on Upper Canyon Road. Meet and greet people from all over the world who are avid conservationists and birders. Volunteers also needed for conservation, education, events, and trails and grounds maintenance. If you love the natural world and want to help in environmental efforts for our beautiful state, this is for you! Call 505 983-4609 x 23 or write sreed@audubon.org.

 

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