Here you will find community jobs related to native plant education and conservation offered in the Kansas City area.

Community Jobs

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Heartland Conservation Alliance – Outdoor Education Coordinator and Blue River Nature Guide

Heartland Conservation Alliance – Environmental Justice Program Manager

Heartland Conservation Alliance – Conservation Program Manager

MPF Seasonal Prairie Stewardship Assistant Job Opening

Americorps / Stream Teams – Various Opportunities 

Pollinator Partnership Indiana Partner Biologist

Pollinator Partnership Ohio Partners Biologist

Plant-Pollinator Database Specialist – Remote

Coordinator, Native Plant Initiative – Shaw Nature Reserve

Monarch Watch Endowed Directorship & Professorship – University of Kansas

Native Horticulture Outreach Coordinator with the Missouri Botanical Garden’s Shaw Nature Reserve

Naturalist position located in the Flint Hills Trail State Park

Parks Division Regional Supervisor position working out of the Topeka Region 2 Office

Marketing & Development Director and Conservation Specialist -Ozark Land Trust

Community Forestry Coordinator

Farm Bill Wildlife Biologist positions with Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever in Kansas

Seed Sales Manager – Feyh Farms, Alma, KS

Multiple Positions – Powell Gardens – Kingsville, MO

Conservation Ecologist – Chicago, IL

Missouri Department of Conservation – Multiple Listings

Habitat Specialist – Valley Falls, KS

Irrigation Outreach Specialists

Internship at Highland Vineyards and Winery—Wamego, Kansas

Irrigation Outreach Specialist

Habitat Field Manager

Forestry and Wildlife Specialist

Attorney/Chief Counsel, Office of the Secretary – Topeka, KS

Natural Resource Officer Testing and Assessment Opportunity

Facilities Maintenance Supervisor at Hillsdale State Park

Bridging the Gap – Multiple Positions

City of Parkville – Seasonal Parks Laborer

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