Employment & Volunteers
Our employees and volunteers are extremely passionate, engaged and are proud of our work in conservation, our mission and vision, and our animals. Thank you for your interest in becoming a part of an amazing team!
If you have an interest in volunteering please contact the Center at 406 646-7001.
Currently the following positions are available:
POSITION: SEASONAL NATURALIST
The Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center has an opening for a full-time, 40 hours/week seasonal naturalist. Pay is $12.00/hour with compensated holidays, free admissions, and gift shop discounts.
Duration: Naturalists are needed as early as April 1 and as late as September 31.
Responsibilities: Educate visitors about bears, wolves, birds-of-prey, Uinta ground squirrels, river otters and trout. Interact with and answer questions from visitors. Conduct formal theater presentations as well as informal interpretive programs. Give orientations to groups. Maintain information updates. Perform other duties as assigned.
Please note that this position is an interpretive naturalist position. The primary responsibility for the position is speaking and interacting with visitors, on the grounds of the facility as well as in formal presentations, often for the bulk of an eight hour day.
- Bachelor’s Degree related to Natural Resources, Environmental Education or Biology preferred AND/OR minimum two years job experience working as an interpretive naturalist or similar
- Experience related to interpretation or public education; excellent customer service and public speaking skills
- Experience working with children and presenting children’s programs preferred
- Experience in interpretation and education in a zoo setting or at an AZA-accredited facility preferred
- Must be flexible to work weekends and holidays; must be able to work outdoors in a variety of environmental conditions
- Interpretive Guide certification through the National Association for Interpretation preferred
Deadline: January 31, 2020
Application Process: E-mail your cover letter and resume to:
Trent Redfield, Lead Naturalist – [email protected]