Current Sunny Southeast job opportunities:
Regional Interpretive Specialist: Division of Tennessee State Parks, Bureau of Parks and Conservation
Salary: $3,533/month for 37.5 hour week
Holiday, weekend and evening work required
Position located in downtown Nashville office
Open until filled (posted 9/22/2017).
For more information, including detailed job description, qualifications, and how to apply, click here. For questions, contact Nancy Dorman, Nancy.Dorman@tn.gov.
Chief of Community Engagement: NC Museum of Natural Sciences
$48,195.00 – $81,392.00 Annually
Located in Wake County, NC
With natural history and living collections, university-connected research, onsite/offsite/outdoor/online education, citizen science outreach, a regional network, and development jointly with the Friends of the Museum, Community Engagement is the institution’s marketing, communications and frontline face. Embodying the Museum’s strategy to be maximally relevant to community needs and interests, priorities are to better understand, involve, attract, welcome, engage and re-engage both traditional and nontraditional audiences. Major initiatives are underway to enhance the visitor experience and its impacts – regionally, nationally and globally. Reporting to the Museum’s Director as a member of the Management Team, this position is responsible for spearheading these priorities and assisting these initiatives.
For more information and to apply, click here. Apply by October 20, 2017.
Interpretation Intern: Charleston County Parks
The Interpretation Intern is responsible for developing and implementing a project in partial satisfaction of a degree in interpretation, environmental studies, history, or a related field at an accredited university. This position is flexible based partly on the applicant’s interests. Potential projects may include, but are not limited to, natural history interpretation, cultural interpretation, environmental education, measuring the success of new and established programs, creating interpretive signs, analyzing data, attracting underserved audiences to park programs, or participating in natural or cultural history research. The specific nature of the project is to be determined prior to the term of the internship. The intern will work directly with staff to learn and apply interpretation, education, or environmental studies to meaningful projects that have a direct effect on CCPRC, its patrons, and its staff.
Applicant must be an active student at an accredited university with an interest in natural or cultural interpretation, environmental education, history, environmental science, or resource management.
For more information, please visit the CCPRC webpage.
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