• Computers • Conservation Education • Office/Clerical • Tour Guide/Interpretation • Visitor Information • Fish/Wildlife • General Assistance
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Welcome visitors and provide helpful and accurate refuge information including recreation opportunities and wildlife viewing. Open and/or close the Visitor Center. Operate gift shop including cash register. Answer and direct phone calls to appropriate staff, receive deliveries, some office work. Light cleaning and maintenance of the visitor center. You may assist staff or lead environmental educational programs for school groups, Boys and Girls Club, Scouts etc. May present interpretive programs including walks, talks, refuge tours, children's programs. Assist with special events including our Annual Fall Festival. Maintenance of public accesses and information kiosks including restrooms. May manage recycling program. Will work weekends. Other duties as assigned.
Must enjoy working with people and providing excellent customer service. Knowledge or willingness to learn about nature, ecology, wildlife, and plants including common species. Have the ability to understand the purpose of the refuge and its wildlife management programs.
An RV pad with electrical, water and sewer will be provided in exchange for 24 hours/week of service.
Make your home among bald eagles, trumpeter swans, loons and wolves. Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge encompasses 43,000 acres of forests, wetlands, lakes and rivers in NW Minnesota.
Minimum of 60 days required. 3-6 month commitment preferred. Flexible on start and end dates.
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Trailer/RV Pads Description: Small shed for additional storage, picnic table, a clothesline, and laundry facilities. Concrete walk out from gravel RV pad.
WiFi access at RV pads
Small pets may be allowed with permission.