RINHS, like most small non-profits depends on all types of workers, from volunteers to interns and students, to part-time and contract employees, to full-time (and more than full-time) staff. We try to hire the most technically skilled talent available for each job, but like any small team that trades in part on good relationships with diverse partners, we also have to rate flexibility, self-motivation, and congeniality highly.
RINHS does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, sex, national origin, or sexual orientation. It is an equal opportunity employer and takes positive steps to recruit disadvantaged applicants.
If we have positions available at any level, you’ll find links here to full job descriptions and application instructions. If you don’t see any links on this page, there’s no current opening. We never turn away unsolicited resumes but if you don’t reference a currently open position, you will not receive an acknowledgment.
Wildlife Ecologist–RINHS wishes to hire a full-time wildlife ecologist to assist RIDEM and RINHS in development of Rhode Island’s Wildlife Action Plan and other biodiveristy and natural community monitoring and management tools. RINHS Wildlife Ecologist Job
THE 2013 CREW IS FORMING NOW!
If you would like to be part of a Rhode Island Youth Conservation League crew, we will begin accepting applications for Crew Leader, Assistant Crew Leader, and Crew positions March 15, review to being May 9. This year’s season is from July 1 to August 2. Check here for more details.