Full Description can be found at: https://www.montananaturalist.org/wp-content/uploads/Job-Description-Camps-Camp-Coordinator-Final.pdf

Scope of Position:

This role includes joint summer camp coordination involving both the Montana Natural History Center and the University of Montana spectrUM Discovery Area. The Camps Coordinator will be collaborating closely with spectrUM staff and facilities to deliver high quality, engaging science education throughout the year at the University of Montana spectrUM Discovery Area, located in the new Missoula Public Library. Coordination and supervision of camp programs at Montana Natural History Center and spectrUM Discovery Area include but are not limited to: Summer Science Outdoor Day Camps, School’s Out Camps, Afterschool Programs, Supervision of Seasonal Field Staff and Summer Camp Staff as associated with Camp programs.

Tagged as: Administrative Staff, Camp Counselors, Camp Staff


Full Qualifications List can be found at: https://www.montananaturalist.org/wp-content/uploads/Job-Description-Camps-Camp-Coordinator-Final.pdf

Minimum 2 years’ experience supervising programs and staff.
Knowledge of theories and practices in effective leadership skills.
Practical knowledge of methodologies in natural history education: i.e. place-based, inquiry- based, student centered, project-based and interdisciplinary learning, hands-on approach to learning, etc.

Required Skills:

See Full Job Description at: https://www.montananaturalist.org/wp-content/uploads/Job-Description-Camps-Camp-Coordinator-Final.pdf

About Montana Natural History Center

The Montana Natural History Center builds on a collection of shared values in our center and community. Nature-based education inspires connection to the outdoors, a love for the natural world, and in turn, inspired stewardship. Our full mission statement is to promote and cultivate the appreciation, understanding, and stewardship of nature through education.  To achieve this mission, MNHC offers a wide range of programming to both children and adults in Missoula and western Montana. Here at MNHC, connecting to nature is not a luxury, but a necessity. We strive to build capacity and fundraise. Doing so enables us to help serve all Montanans in our region and engage our large community in MNHC programs.

Application Instructions

To apply please send the following to [email protected]:
 • Resume • Cover letter • List of three professional references

 Applications are accepted until Friday, October 29th, 2021