Willapa National Wildlife Refuge
Pacific Region
 

Want More Than Just "A Job"? Work for Wildlife!

Intern Wanted to Create Multimedia Wildlife Trail

Live on a National Wildlife Refuge and use your talent and skills to help wildlife. You'll design and produce two multimedia wildlife trails - one trail each for Julia Butler Hansen Refuge for the Columbian White-tailed Deer and Willapa National Wildlife Refuge. Through the use of audio, video, text, graphics and unique site markers the trails' content will encourage users to utilize their senses and simple activities to explore the refuges and discover the compelling stories of, and personal meaning in, these wild places. You'll receive formal and informal training on interpretation and product design, project management, potential federal service careers, and the National Wildlife Refuge System.

Internship Dates: any consecutive 12-weeks between mid-May and mid-September 2012

This internship is supported by the Student Conservation Association (SCA) and you will recieve housing, travel reimbursement and weekly stipend.

For more information or to apply, contact:

Nancy Holman, Visitor Services Manager
Willapa National Wildlife Refuge Complex
nancy_holman@fws.gov
360-484-3482 x23

 

Apply for Youth Conservation Corp (YCC) Summer Positions

Willapa and Julia Butler Hansen NWRs are recruiting for summer Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) Crew. We hire teens to work 40 hours/week from mid-June through mid-August to work, learn and earn together by doing projects that further develop and conserve the nation's resources. YCC crew members will earn minimum wage. Work projects include a variety of refuge activities, such as trail maintenance and construction, fencing, painting, invasive plant control, office and grounds maintenance, and other physical outdoor work activities.

To be eligible to apply for the Youth Conservation Corps, the following criteria must be met:

  • Be between the ages of 15-18 during the summer employment period.
  • Be able to provide your own transportation daily to the Refuge Headquarters Office.
  • Be willing to perform physical outdoor work activities.
  • Work the entire season, June 18 - August 11 (8 weeks).

Apply now! Applications must be received by 4 pm, May 10, 2013

Mail completed applications to:

Willapa National Wildlife Refuge Complex
Attn: Visitor Services Manager
3888 State Route 101
Ilwaco, WA 98624

Apply for the Wildlife Refuge Manager (Deputy) position

The Wildlife Refuge Manager (Deputy), GS-485-12, position announcement is open and is scheduled to close on 4/3/12.

Click here for more information about the position. Click here to apply!

 

 

Last updated: March 12, 2013