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Help us protect our Land of Enchantment!

Seasonal Educator at Randall Davey Audubon Center

Position Summary:  The purpose of the seasonal educator will be to assist in the development and implementation of school and youth based programs conducted by Audubon New Mexico and the Randall Davey Audubon Center. The position is temporary, starting at 30 hours per week between March and May, then transitioning to 40 hours per week during summer camp (from June through August 3rd) for a total of 20 weeks. The educator will be supervised directly by the Education Manager and Summer Camp Director at the Randall Davey Audubon Center and Sanctuary. Projected start date is March 12, 2018 and projected end date is August 3, 2018. Weekday, some evening, and some weekend work required.

For more information and to apply, click here:  Seasonal Educator at Randall Davey Audubon Center

 

ssociate Director of Freshwater Conservation

Position Summary:  Audubon seeks a leader to oversee the strategic planning, and implementation of a five-year campaign in support of an Audubon-led Rio Grande Program as well as work collaboratively with the Director of the Western Water Initiative and Colorado River Program Director on Upper Colorado River Basin program activities. Reporting to the Audubon New Mexico Director of Conservation and collaborating with senior conservation leaders on Audubon’s Western Water Team and in the Washington, D.C. policy office, the Associate Director of Freshwater Conservation will lead New Mexico’s efforts to develop and implement policy, market-based, restoration and strategic engagement strategies to protect and restore natural ecosystems for birds and other wildlife and their habitats on New Mexico’s major rivers and tributaries, with a focus on the Rio Grande and Colorado River Basins.  

Audubon’s Western Water vision is to take actions to achieve a reliable water supply for birds and people throughout the West. With its partners, Audubon aims to stabilize and increase populations of priority birds in the West by advancing balanced water management policy solutions, implementing on-the-ground restoration projects, and involving our network of members, volunteers, and chapters in meaningful activities. 

For more information and to apply, click here: Associate Director of Freshwater Conservation 

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