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CAREERS

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CURRENT OPENINGS:

• Marketing & Communications Associate:
The Marketing/Communication Associate helps grow the Conservancy’s support base through social and traditional media, informing and engaging the public in the Conservancy’s work and implementing a comprehensive communications strategy.

Please submit a cover letter, resume, a portfolio of your work, and references to [email protected].  Only applicants that have provided these materials will be considered.

 

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No Longer Accepting Resumes.

• Environmental Education Facilitator – (0-20 hours per week) 
The Escondido Creek Conservancy is seeking part-time, seasonal Environmental Education  Facilitators to support their Habitats program for 3rd grade students from the Escondido Union  School District during the 2021-22 school year. 

This is an entry-level position for someone with at least 1 year of experience  working with youth. Applicants should be team players comfortable working in classrooms, outdoors, and in virtual settings. Patience working with children and a positive attitude is  essential.

PAY: The pay rate is $22/hour. 

APPLICATION DEADLINE: All applications must be received by September 7, 2021.

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Internships

The Escondido Creek Conservancy provides hands-on learning programs for students learning to gain work or school experience. The Conservancy can utilize whatever skills you bring to the table whether it’s outreach, photography, graphic design, GIS, or education and can customize internships based on your interests. Below are some of our most successful internship programs.

To apply or for more information email Aida: [email protected]

“During my time at the Conservancy, I learned how to use my love of nature to educate and empower others through outdoor education. The staff members led by example through excellent teaching abilities, organization, teamwork, and communication skills. Without this experience I wouldn’t be equipped with many of the skills I have today, which has allowed me to secure a full time job in an industry I love.” – Ana Lutz, Environmental Education Intern