Environmental Education Intern

St. Marks Wildlife Refuge, Fl.

Job Description:

Work hours will normally be 80 hours over a 2-week period, although additional work hours may be required during especially busy times early in the morning, at night, and/or on weekends. The position may require walking through difficult terrain in hot/cold and buggy conditions. Inclement weather, poisonous plants, stinging insects and venomous snakes are inherent dangers in this work environment.

Housing: Housing is a fully furnished 4-bedroom trailer, located at the refuge work center on US 98 near the town of St. Marks. The intern will have their own bedroom and will share the common living room, bathrooms and kitchen with biological interns. Laundry facilities are located in the compound. WiFi is available. Housing unit is twelve miles to Crawfordville, which has limited services but has groceries, walk in clinic, etc. Additional shopping opportunities are available in Tallahassee, within 20-25 miles.

For qualifications, duties and other details on this position, visit https://naaee.org/eepro/jobs/environmental-education-intern-44

For information about St. Marks NWR, visit https://www.fws.gov/refuge/st_marks/

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