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NATURALIST JOB OPPORTUNITIES
 

NATURALIST~ LEE COUNTY

Lee County Conservation is seeking applications for a Naturalist. This is a permanent, full-time position starting at 35,859.20 plus benefits.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:
 Work with the Environmental Education Coordinator / Naturalist to develop and present educational and recreational programs to the public and schools.
 Answer public inquiries regarding a variety of natural history and natural science topics.
 Provide assistance with newsletter.
 Help promote the department and its activities through the website, social media, and other forms of publicity.
 Be available for occasional weekend and evening work as needed.

Qualifications:
 BA/BS in recreation, natural resources, environmental education, or related field.
 Minimum of six months teaching experience.
 Demonstrated ability to teach PreK-12 students and the public about conservation topics and outdoor activities.

Knowledge Skills and Abilities:
 A basic understanding of ecological principles.
 Familiarity with and the ability to teach a variety of recreational activities.
 Knowledge of environmental issues and concerns and the ability to interpret these for the public.
 The skills to communicate effectively both written and orally.
 Knowledge of traditional and non-traditional techniques and goals used in the field of environmental education.
 Familiarity with the goals behind the Next Generation Science Standards, as well as new ideas on engaging citizens, young and old, with the natural environment.

Lee County Conservation strives to be an innovative and collaborative education program. We live in a time where youth and adults need more than just information about nature; they need to be inspired and reconnected to it if they are going to care about it. If you are that unique individual with a passion for teaching, with a love of the world around them, a sense of humor, an ability to connect with audiences of all ages, and full of fresh ideas, then you will probably be a great fit here.

Send a county application form (available at leecounty.org), cover letter, resume, and three current references with phone numbers to Clay Steele, Lee County Conservation, 2652 Highway 61, Montrose, IA 52639 or by email to csteele@leecounty.org. Position open until filled. Posted on 12/13/2016.

 

EE COORDINATOR-NATURALIST~DICKINSON COUNTY
JOB TITLE: Environmental Education Coordinator/Naturalist
FLSA: Non-Exempt
REPORTS TO: Executive Director
DATE APPROVED:
SALARY: $42,000-$50,000
OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Job Summary:
Under supervision of Executive Director, supervises educational activities and educational staff in the performance of environmental awareness curriculum.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

1. Leads and assists in the development of environmental education (E.E.) programs for schools that meet Iowa Core Standards, youth and adult groups and the general public.
2. Supervises environmental education (E.E.) staff for the Conservation Board to provide learning opportunities to the public on environmental issues.
3. Assist with hiring E.E. staff, providing job training, assigning work duties and schedules, and evaluating work performance.
4. Establishes work priorities and schedules in order to accomplish department goals and objectives by reviewing Conservation Board directives, evaluating resources and communicating instructions and assignments to E.E. staff.
5. Prepares budget in order to assist in budgetary decision-making by making cost projections, estimating staff wages, determining costs of supplies, materials and equipment for environmental services.
6. Responsible for establishing effective working relationships with groups, organizations, general public, and colleagues.
7. Develop and implement procedures for property integration into the overall E.E. program.
8. Works with Executive Director and Staff to schedule events in or on building and grounds.
9. Assists with fundraising and grant writing for E.E. programs.
10. Performs other job related activities as requested by Executive Director.
11. Responsible for promotion of the Conservation Board’s environmental education program to schools and civic groups.
12. Responsible for developing educational materials such as handouts and posters.
13. Attend meetings to voice Conservation Board views on environmental issues.
14. Assists with fundraising activities for E.E. projects.

Additional Responsibilities:
The essential duties and responsibilities are not to be construed as a complete statement of all duties performed. Employee will be required to perform other job related duties as required.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:
1. Knowledge of personnel management practices as related to selection and compensation.
2. Ability to comprehend, analyzes, interpret and explain conservation laws, principles and practices.
3. Knowledge of accounting as related to maintaining a departmental budget.
4. Ability to supervise and control the work of subordinate staff.
5. Knowledge of procurement, administration and accounting of private, state and federal grant sources.
6. Ability to maintain working relationships with elected officials and with the general public.
7. Knowledge of educational principals, teaching methods, learning styles and trends.
8. Ability to write program goals and objectives.
9. Ability to plan and evaluate programs appropriate for the developmental abilities and needs of program participants and how to integrate awareness, knowledge, attitudes, skill and participation into programs.
10. Knowledge of school curricula and how to integrate interpretive and environmental programs with them.
11. Ability to handle visitor complaints or emergency situations courteously and responsively and to be tolerant and respectful of differing opinions.
12. Knowledge of avenues of communication utilizing types of media such as newspapers, radio, television and internet.
13. Ability to understand the fundamentals of building mechanics and janitorial needs.
14. Knowledge of natural and cultural history with ability to identify native plants and animals and history.
15. Knowledge of general outdoor recreation skills such as canoeing, backpacking, orienteering, archery, hunting or hiking.
16. Knowledge of organizations concerned with conservation education and natural history.
17. Ability to plan and evaluate programs appropriate for the developmental abilities and needs of specific audiences.
18. Knowledge of management of one or more natural resources including fisheries, wildlife, forestry, agronomy, grasslands and aquatic ecosystems.
19. Ability to comprehend, analyzes, interpret and explain conservation laws, principals and practices.
20. Ability of prepare news releases, fliers, bulletin boards and other basic publicity.
21. Ability to operate computers, audiovisual, photographic and other equipment necessary for program delivery.
22. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with groups, organizations, the general public and colleagues.
23. Any other job duties that are requested by the Director.

Special Qualifications:
Graduation from an accredited four year college with a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in a professional discipline related to education, business administration, economics, communications, or finance and experience equal to two years of full time work in an E.E., governmental or non-profit facility.
Physical Abilities:
1. Lift, carry, push and/or pull items weighing up to 50 pounds.
2. Able to clearly exchange information in person and on the telephone
3. Able to read a variety of materials via a variety of sources.
4. Possess dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard.
5. Able to stand, sit, kneel and/or crouch for extended periods of time while working.
6. Climb a stepstool/ladder to reach above shoulder for placement of materials weighing up to 20 pounds.

Working Conditions:
A variety of work in indoor and outdoor settings, including exposure to extremes in temperature and humidity.

To Apply Send completed Dickinson County Application http://dickinsoncountyconservationboard.com/employment-application/ cover letter and resume to Lee Sorenson 2279 170th, Okoboji, IA 51355 or email to Lsorenson@co.dickinson.ia.us


Posted 12-20-2016


PART TIME NATURALIST OPPORTUNITIES
 


ASSISTANT NATURALIST OPPORTUNITIES

 

 


NATURALIST INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
 
 


SEASONAL NATURALIST JOB OPPORTUNITIES

SUMMER NATURALISTS~ WOODBURY COUNTY
Summer Naturalist Interns (4 positions)
Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center
Woodbury County Conservation Board, Sioux City, Iowa

Description: Each 12-week position will run approximately May 30 through August 18, 2017 and will offer opportunities to actively participate in environmental education (EE), public information, nature interpretation activities and habitat management. The summer naturalist(s) may assume assigned tasks of increasing responsibility.

Duties:
Assist the staff naturalists with planning and conducting nature interpretation and environmental education program activities for a wide range of audiences; plan and conduct summer day camps; plan and conduct public education programs and special events; assist with nature center exhibit maintenance and animal care; assist with habitat management such as prairie shrub removal and trail work; participate with publicity and public informational activities as assigned; assist with center host duties as assigned; maintain working relationships with other employees and the public; and perform related tasks as assigned.

Shift: The summer naturalist(s) will work no more than 40 hours per work week
(non-routine including some weekends, evenings and holidays).

Qualifications: High School diploma or GED equivalent. The applicant must possess a current, valid driver’s license; have the ability to get to and from the work-site; ability to use hand and small power tools and be physically able to work in extreme environmentally rigorous situations (heat, humidity, steep terrain). Candidate must pass physical and drug screening tests prior to employment for Woodbury County.

Salary: $9.50 per hour
Deadline: Must be received by 4:30 p.m., Wednesday, February 22, 2017.

To Apply: Request application from Human Resources Dept.—Rm 701, Woodbury County Courthouse, 620 Douglas St., Sioux City, IA 51101. Phone: 712-258-0838.
A job application can be downloaded at https://www.woodburycountyiowa.gov/departments/human-resources.
Please INCLUDE job application, resume, and cover letter in application and mail to Human Resources Dept.—Rm 701, Woodbury County Courthouse, 620 Douglas St., Sioux City, IA 51101. ATTN: Conservation.
“An Equal Opportunity Employer”

 

 

 

 


MISCELLANEOUS JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Education Outreach and Animal Ambassador Coordinator~ NMRA
Full-time/Part-time: Full-time
Exempt/Non-Exempt Exempt
Department: Education and Living Collections
Reports to: Director of Education and Director of Living Collections
Hiring Range: $30,000-$33,000 annually

The National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium seeks a professional level team member to oversee the expansion of our off-site educational programs and acclimate/train our education animals that will serve as educational ambassadors. Well qualified candidates must be energetic, flexible, and resourceful, with an entrepreneurial attitude to create and present exciting programs for broad audiences.
This position requires a positive attitude and willingness to have fun, a high level of energy and motivation, and the ability to work both independently and as an effective team member. The successful candidate should be equally comfortable working with people and animals.

Primary Duties

General
• Provide an exceptional and educational experience for all those the Dubuque County Historical Society and the National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium serve.
• Present the museum positively by maintaining clean and presentable work areas.
• Provide accurate information to museum clientele.

Education
• Develop, recruit, and present public and school outreach programs on a variety of environmental and topics including, but not limited to: science, conservation, interpretation, and the rivers of America.
• Coordinate education outreach contracts with the Sales and Marketing Department.
• Assist in scheduling, training, and mentoring education team members in off-site education programming and exhibit interpretation.
• Increase outreach programming exponentially from year one to year three, creating a self-sustaining outreach program by year four.
• Assist when applicable in developing, coordinating, instructing, and implementing on-site education programs, events, and activities including classes, camps, overnight adventures, youth volunteer programs, behind the scenes tours, and special events.

Living Collections
• Assist in providing care and training for animal ambassadors.
• Train animals to meet the needs of associated programs.
• Assist in collection planning and animal program development to ensure the animal ambassador collection meets the needs of the organization.

Experience
• Bachelor’s degree with major coursework in animal ecology, biology, education, environmental education, zoology, or a related field with a willingness to develop historical interpretation skills.
• Knowledge of education principles and an understanding of the process of learning and teaching.
• Knowledge of and experience with a wide range of operant conditioning techniques on multiple taxa of animals.
• Experience handling a wide range of animals commonly employed in live animal programs.
• Ability to develop and present formal and informal interpretive programs featuring small and medium sized live animals (including amphibians, birds, invertebrates, mammals, and reptiles) and the use of historical artifacts and replicas.
• Ability to recognize symptoms of stress in various animal species.
• Ability to operate a computer and Microsoft Office suite.
• Ability to understand and follow routine verbal or written instruction.
• Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, with a diverse audience including, but not limited to: fellow employees, visitors, and children of various ages.
• Ability to interact with NMRMA clientele courteously and offer proper attention at all times in a welcoming manner. Excellent customer service skills are required.
• Ability to adapt quickly, be flexible in any scenario, and demonstrate considerable patience while leading and supervising program participants including groups of children and adults on a daily basis.

Additional Requirements:

• Must be flexible with scheduling and able to work some evenings, weekends, overnights, and holidays.
• Must be willing to travel – sometimes overnight – to deliver outreach programming.
• Must be able to stand for long periods of time, walk long distances, and work inside and outdoors in any weather.
• Must be comfortable around water.
• Must be able to lift and carry up to 50 pounds.
• Must have a valid driver’s license, good driving record, and reliable transportation.
• Must have the ability to hold a Wisconsin, Illinois, or Iowa resident fishing license or the ability to hold a temporary non-resident Iowa fishing license.
• Must be certified in First Aid, CPR, and Small Craft Safety (training will be offered).
• Mental applications utilizing memory for details, emotional stability, and creative problem solving skills are required.
• Final candidates will be subject to a background check.

To apply visit http://www.mississippirivermuseum.com/employment_jobs.cfm and complete an application.

 

VISITOR SERVICES/EE~ NEAL SMITH WILDLIFE REFUGE
Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge
2017 Spring and Summer
Visitor Services/Environmental
Education Internship

Location: Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge is located 20 miles east of Des Moines, Iowa. The Refuge consists of 5,600 acres, most of which has been returned to prairie. Bison and elk roam an 800 acre enclosure and white-tail deer, badgers, coyotes, owls, songbirds, and many other animals wander throughout the Refuge. Hundreds of plants make up the prairie landscape and create an ever-changing kaleidoscope of color. Interns will have a fantastic opportunity to explore this endangered ecosystem.

Duties: Interns will assist staff in a diversity of projects including, but not limited to: environmental education, curriculum development, interpretive program development and presentation, interpretive poster design, maintaining and staffing the Visitor Center, planning and facilitating special events, and limited trail maintenance.

Benefits: The internships will generally run 9 - 12 weeks, working 40 hours per week. Internships are currently being offered for Spring 2017 (April – June) & Summer 2017 (June – August). Interns will receive a stipend of $3600 to $4800, or $10 per hour, for 9-12 weeks respectively. Refuge staff will work with students to fulfill internship credit requirements at individual universities, including assigning independent projects. Housing is not provided. There are several rental opportunities in the local area.
Qualifications: Anyone interested in applying should be able to work independently or in small groups, have excellent verbal/writing skills, and have a background in environmental education, interpretation or a related field. Candidates must also currently live in the United States. Basic computer skills and a valid driver’s license are required.

To Apply: For spring and summer internships, the following must be received by February 10, 2017: 1) a one-page cover letter describing personal background and interests, 2) a detailed resume noting education, experience, skills, and including three references and their phone numbers 3) unofficial college transcripts, 4) a letter of recommendation including the name, affiliation, address, telephone, and email address of the person writing the letter.

Information should be sent to: Brianna Patrick, Visitor Services Specialist, via email to Brianna_patrick@fws.gov.

For additional information, contact Brianna Patrick at (515) 994-3400 or Brianna_Patrick@fws.gov or go to www.fws.gov/refuge/neal_smith.

VEGETATION MANAGEMENT INTERN~ NEAL SMITH WILDLIFE REFUGE
Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge 2017 Vegetation Management Internships

Friends of Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge are sponsoring several internships at Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge for 2017. Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge is a unique ecological restoration project featuring endangered tallgrass prairie and oak savanna ecosystems. The Refuge is located 18 miles east of Des Moines, near Prairie City, Iowa. Since its inception in 1990, the 5600-acre Refuge has become a home to hundreds of prairie plant species; re-introduced bison, elk, and regal fritillary butterflies; rare grassland birds; and a plethora of undesirable weedy and/or invasive non-native and native species. Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Duties: Refuge Vegetation Management Interns will be an important part of the prairie and savanna restoration work. Duties will include locating, mapping, monitoring and controlling weedy and/or invasive species. Control methods will typically include mechanical and chemical means. However, fall interns may be involved in prescribed fire control activities, if they acquire required training and pass medical and physical fitness standards.

Benefits: The internship can vary from 9 - 12 weeks in length, with interns needed from May through November. The intern will receive an educational stipend of $3600 to $4800 for 9-12 weeks of work. Housing will not be provided, but nearby housing is available for rent. Refuge staff will work with students to fulfill internship credit requirements at individual universities. Interested non-students are also eligible to apply.

Qualifications: Internships are available to any qualified person 18 years or older with a valid driver’s license. Refuge Vegetation Management Interns must have an interest in native plants and a desire to learn about prairie and savanna ecosystems and restoration. You must enjoy working outdoors and be willing to do physical work outside during hot, humid weather and other discomforts of working in nature. Refuge Vegetation Management interns must be an Iowa certified pesticide applicator prior to employment (pass Core and Category 2 or 6 tests). Interns will be expected to learn and practice the safe operation and maintenance of brush mowers, brush cutters, backpack pesticide sprayers and other tools of the trade. Also important is an interest in prairie restoration and reconstruction, enthusiasm, and a good work ethic. Other desirable skills include native plant identification, GPS, problem solving, communication, and teamwork.

To Apply: Submit the following: 1) a one-page cover letter describing why you would like to participate in this internship program and what you hope to gain from this experience, including dates you are available, 2) a detailed resume noting education, experience, and skills, including 3 references and their phone numbers, and 3) a letter of recommendation written by an educator or employer.

For Refuge Vegetation Management Internships, information should be mailed to: Richard Hager, Wildlife Refuge Specialist, Neal Smith NWR, P.O. Box 399, Prairie City, IA 50228. Intern applications including letters of recommendation must be received by February 10, 2017.

For additional information visit http://www.fws.gov/refuge/Neal_Smith/ or http://www.tallgrass.org or contact Richard Hager at (515) 994-3400.

BIOLOGY INTERN~ NEAL SMITH WILDLIFE REFUGE
Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge
2017 Biology Internships

Do you have a passion for prairie? Opportunities are available to gain experience and contribute to one of the world’s premier tallgrass prairie reconstruction sites! The Friends of Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge are sponsoring several Biology internships at Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge for 2017. Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge is a unique ecological restoration project featuring endangered tallgrass prairie and oak savanna ecosystems. Located 20 miles east of Des Moines, Iowa, it is one of the first large-scale prairie reconstruction projects ever attempted. Since its inception in 1990, the 5600-acre Refuge has become a home to hundreds of prairie plant species; re-introduced bison, elk, and regal fritillary butterflies; rare grassland birds; and many other species dependent on large areas of prairie or grassland. Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Duties: Biology interns will be a crucial part of monitoring and performing prairie and savanna restoration work, including monitoring plants and possibly wildlife, propagating plants in a greenhouse, planting seedling prairie plants, hand-harvesting seeds of native prairie plants, and data entry and management.
Benefits: Internships will run 9 - 12 weeks each. Timing of internship is flexible, with positions available spring, summer, and fall. Each intern will receive a stipend of $3600 to $4800 for 9-12 weeks. Housing will not be provided, but nearby housing is available for rent. Refuge staff will work with students to fulfill internship credit requirements at individual universities. Non-students are also eligible to apply.
Qualifications: Any qualified person 18 years or older with a valid driver’s license is eligible for an internship. Biology interns must have an interest in native plants and a strong desire to learn about prairie and savanna ecosystems and restoration. Experience identifying prairie plants is strongly preferred. Must enjoy working outdoors and be willing to walk through dense, tall grass, do physical work outside during hot, humid weather, and tolerate stinging and biting bugs and plants and other discomforts of working in nature. Most important are sincere interest, enthusiasm, and a good work ethic. Other desirable skills for Biology interns include experience in greenhouse propagation, GPS, computer skills, writing skills, and research field experience.

To Apply: Submit the following: 1) a one-page cover letter highlighting your qualifications and describing why you would like to participate in this internship program and what you hope to gain from this experience. Please include dates you are available; 2) a detailed resume noting education, experience, and skills, including 3 references and their contact information; and 3) a letter of recommendation written by an educator or employer.

For Biology Internships, information should be mailed to: Karen Viste-Sparkman, Wildlife Biologist, Neal Smith NWR, P. O. Box 399, Prairie City, IA 50228. Applications received via email or fax will not be considered.

Intern applications including letters of recommendation must be postmarked by February 10, 2017.

For additional information visit http://www.fws.gov/refuge/Neal_Smith/or http://www.tallgrass.org/ or contact Karen Viste-Sparkman at (515) 994-3400.

BIOLOGY INTERN~ NEAL SMITH WILDLIFE REFUGE
Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge
2017 Native Plant Propagation Internship

Do you have a passion for plants? Opportunities are available to gain experience and contribute to the refuge’s People for Pollinators program! The Friends of Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge are sponsoring a Native Plant Propagation internship at Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge for 2017. Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge is a unique ecological restoration project featuring endangered tallgrass prairie and oak savanna ecosystems. Located 20 miles east of Des Moines, Iowa, it is one of the first large-scale prairie reconstruction projects ever attempted. The People for Pollinators program promotes habitat for bees, butterflies, and other pollinators in urban and rural communities. We partner with local organizations and provide native plants and seeds to community gardens in Central Iowa. The local partners plant and maintain the gardens to provide food and shelter for pollinators throughout the year. Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Duties: The Native Plant Propagation intern will be a crucial part of the People for
Pollinators program. Duties are centered on propagating plants in a greenhouse
including sowing seeds, transplanting seedlings, S:\Biology\photos\2016_06_23
caring for greenhouse plants, and maintaining records of greenhouse plants. Other duties may include seed
collection, seed cleaning, packaging and storing seed, developing outreach materials related to prairie plants
and pollinators, and other tasks.

Benefits: The internship will run 9 - 12 weeks. Timing of internship is spring, ideally March through June, but
dates are negotiable. The intern will receive a stipend of $3600 to $4800 for 9-12 weeks. Housing will not be
provided, but nearby housing is available for rent. Refuge staff will work with students to fulfill internship credit
requirements at individual universities. Non-students are also eligible to apply.

Qualifications: Any qualified person 18 years or older with a valid driver’s license is eligible for an internship.
Native Plant Propagation interns must have a strong interest in native plants and plant propagation. Experience
working in a greenhouse setting is preferred, but on-the-job training will be provided. Most important are
sincere interest, enthusiasm, and a good work ethic.

To Apply: Submit the following: 1) a one-page cover letter highlighting your qualifications and describing why
you would like to participate in this internship program and what you hope to gain from this experience. Please
include dates you are available; 2) a detailed resume noting education, experience, and skills, including 3
references and their contact information; and 3) a letter of recommendation written by an educator or
employer.

For Native Plant Propagation Internships, information should be mailed to: Karen Viste-Sparkman,
Wildlife Biologist, Neal Smith NWR, P. O. Box 399, Prairie City, IA 50228. Applications received via email or fax
will not be considered.

Intern applications including letters of recommendation must be postmarked by February 10, 2017.

For additional information visit http://www.fws.gov/refuge/Neal_Smith/or http://www.tallgrass.org/ or contact
Karen Viste-Sparkman at (515) 994-3400.

HABITAT STEWARDSHIP INTERN~ WOODBURY COUNTY
Habitat Stewardship Intern
Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center
Woodbury County Conservation Board, Sioux City, Iowa

Description: This 12-week position will run approximately May 30 through August 18, 2017 and will offer opportunities to actively participate in land stewardship and habitat management activities in prairie and woodland environments.
Duties: Assist with conducting habitat management such as invasive species removal, shrub removal, oak savanna and prairie restoration, and prairie planting; conduct mowing, trimming and general park management tasks; assist with weeding, mulching, tree trimming, and native landscaping projects; assist with trail maintenance and equipment maintenance; assist with fence construction, repair and removal; maintain working relationships with other employees and the public; and perform related tasks as assigned.

Shift: The Habitat Stewardship Intern will work no more than 40 hours per work week
(non-routine including some weekends, evenings and holidays).

Required Skills: Ability to work independently and in a group; possess a strong work ethic and a sincere interest in preserving Iowa ecosystems; experience in safely operating and maintaining mowers, motorized equipment such as All-Terrain Vehicles, power and hand tools is helpful; ability to follow directions and learn new skills; general knowledge and interest in outdoors and natural resources.

Qualifications: High School diploma or GED equivalent. The applicant must possess a current, valid driver’s license; have reliable transportation and the ability to get to and from different work-sites within a 45-mile radius of Sioux City; ability to routinely lift up to 50 pounds; and be physically able to work in extreme environmentally rigorous situations (heat, humidity, steep terrain). Candidate must pass physical and drug screening tests prior to employment for Woodbury County.

Salary: $11.00 per hour
Deadline: Must be received by 4:30 p.m., Wednesday, February 22, 2017.

To Apply: Request application from Human Resources Dept.—Rm 701, Woodbury County Courthouse, 620 Douglas St., Sioux City, IA 51101. Phone: 712-258-0838.

A job application can be downloaded at https://www.woodburycountyiowa.gov/departments/human-resources.
Please INCLUDE job application, resume, and cover letter in application and mail to Human Resources Dept.—Rm 701, Woodbury County Courthouse, 620 Douglas St., Sioux City, IA 51101. ATTN: Conservation.
“An Equal Opportunity Employer”

 

             

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