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SPRINGBROOK~ NATURAL RESOURCE EDUCATOR
Iowa Department of Natural Resources
Springbrook Conservation Education Center
2473 160th Rd.
Guthrie Center, IA 50115
(641) 747-8383 ext.10 or 11

Natural Resource Educator

Position Description: This position will assist with the coordination of groups at the Education Center. The normal day will be 8:00 to 4:30, but will vary due to group needs. This position is for a one year term with health, life and dental benefits. It also includes a $12,000 living stipend and $5,350 education award upon completion. Also your federal loans are deferred (no payment, no interest) during your service.

Starting Date: October, 2013 – October, 2014

Skills Needed: Applicant must
- be comfortable with people
- proficient at teaching Natural Resource topics
- proficient with a personal computer
- posses a valid drivers license
- be able to traverse rough terrain
- be able to pass a background check
- be able to have fun!

Closing Date: November 13, 2014

To apply contact A Jay Winter at:
515-669-7201 or ajay.winter@dnr.iowa.gov
 
 
 


MISCELLANEOUS JOB OPPORTUNITIES
PRAIRIE RIVERS OF IOWA~ BYWAY COORDINATOR
Lincoln Highway Heritage Byway Coordinator
Position Description

The Lincoln Highway Heritage Byway Coordinator will develop and lead our Lincoln Highway Heritage Byway Program. We are looking for the right person who wishes to develop this dynamic program along the Lincoln Highway Heritage Byway over the next several years. The Lincoln Highway is Iowa’s longest designated roadway, its only historic byway and the state’s portion of the original Lincoln Highway, the first coast-to-coast improved highway in the United States. This Coordinator must be enthusiastic about history, preservation, heritage tourism and community development in relationship to the Lincoln Highway. This unique position will assist in the development and implementation of fundraising strategies for the road’s intrinsic qualities, meet and develop stakeholder groups and conduct project activities along the Byway. This position also offers the opportunity to interact with a wide range of stakeholders in locations across the state, and to make an impact in many byway communities.

Major Duties
The following duties shall be performed by the Lincoln Highway Heritage Byway Coordinator:

1) Assist in developing and conducting a strategic plan for the Byway including fundraising initiatives.
2) Build relationships with a wide variety of project partners to get the appropriate resources for the Byway including building connections with community leaders, consumers, businesses, and educators.
3) Conduct projects identified through the strategic plan, and with staff and partners.
4) Raise public awareness of the Byway and its historical and cultural relevance by directly promoting it through the media, at community events, developing a semi-annual newsletter, updating websites and other promotional venues.
5) Develop the Byway as an educational resource, especially for school-age students and their teachers.
6) Identify and apply for grant and private funds to support the Byway program.
7) Assist in recruiting and holding effective stakeholder meetings.
8) Participate in the development of a Corridor Management Plan for the Byway
9) Attend from time-to-time the Prairie Rivers of Iowa monthly board of directors meetings.
10) Maintain project files with complete documentation.
11) Monitor the project budget and make reports as required.
12) Perform duties as determined by the Director as necessary.

Qualifications
 Requires at least a four year degree from an accredited university or college in non-profit management, community planning, public administration, history, natural resources, or related fields
 Prefer 6 to 10 years work experience
 Good communication and writing skills, and the ability to inspire people
 Prior strategic planning experience
 Ability to work in teams or groups to get projects done
 Ability to listen and solve problems at the community level
 Self-motivated and able to manage work time efficiently
 Good with details and well organized
 Preferred fundraising experience, membership programming and/or experience developing sponsorships
 Grant writing a plus
 Possess a valid driver’s license and the ability to attend evening and weekend meetings
 Able to understand and support technology, such as social media and website
 Competent word processing, Excel and Adobe skills

Supervision
This position will report to the Executive Director.

Starting Salary Range: $27,000-$35,000 based on 32 to 40 hours a week. The successful applicant will finalize his or her schedule with the Executive Director.

Equal Employment Opportunity

Prairie Rivers of Iowa does not discriminate against any person on the grounds of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, marital status, familial status, parental status, religion, sexual orientation, genetic information, or political beliefs in carrying duties associated with the position.

Application Instructions
To apply, submit a resume and cover letter to Executive Director Penny Brown Huber, pbrownhuber@prrcd.org, by Monday, November 10, 2014.

Prairie Rivers of Iowa

Prairie Rivers of Iowa is a not-for-profit organization based in Ames, Iowa. We are a community-based organization dedicated to creating a better environment and community for the citizens of Iowa. Our mission is to promote community-based stewardship that will improve the quality of life of our citizens, preserve the ecological integrity of the land, and meet the economic aspirations of landowners and communities.

Learn more about Prairie Rivers of Iowa at www.prrcd.org.


 
 
 

             

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