NEW JOB/INTERNSHIP POSTINGS- Bald Head Island Conservancy

From the Bald Head Island Conservancy – Job and Internship Opportunities:
We are now accepting applications at the Bald Head Island Conservancy. The Bald Head Island Conservancy is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1983. The Conservancy’s mission is barrier island conservation, preservation and education. It is located in a unique area within the Smith Island Complex which includes Bald Head, Middle and Bluff Islands, all of which are bounded by the Cape Fear River and the Atlantic Ocean. The Conservancy sponsors and facilitates scientific research that benefits coastal communities and provides numerous recreational and educational activities to the public. In coordination with various organizations, partnerships and collaborations, the Conservancy has led the nation in conservation and research efforts and is uniquely poised to become a leader in Barrier Island Conservation world-wide.

We are currently hiring for the following positions:

Full-time:

  • Conservation Biologist- Coastal Ecology Program Coordinator
  • Development Officer

Internships:

  • Environmental Education Intern
  • Kayak/Environmental Education Intern
  • Sea Turtle Intern
  • Wildlife Intern

To read full job descriptions and apply for these positions, please visit our website at http://www.bhic.org

For Internships: http://www.bhic.org/summer-intern-opportunities

For Full Time Positions: http://www.bhic.org/staff
Jaymie Reneker
Sea Turtle Program Coordinator
Bald Head Island Conservancy
jaymie@bhic.org
http://www.bhic.org
(910)-338-0923

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