Employment Opportunities

Springs Stewardship Institute

Project Manager
Full Time, Permanent

The Project Manager for the Ecology Department will take a leadership role in several concurrent SSI projects. This position will be responsible for grant-writing, budgeting, and supervising staff. The Project Manager will also lead field crews in remote and rugged settings, and have the ultimate responsibility for high quality data collection. He/she should also have experience with computer programming, managing relational databases, graphic design, and GIS. He/she should also possess a deep knowledge of the Colorado Plateau, springs ecosystems, and hydrology. This position demands the ability to communicate and collaborate with diverse agencies, superb presentation skills, logistical excellence, and outstanding outdoor leadership skills and organization. You may find the full position description and application instructions here.

Macroinvertebrate Imaging Technician
Part-time Temporary, project-specific

This position requires a hard-working, motivated individual with excellent attention to detail, and a demonstrated interest in aquatic and terrestrial macroinvertebrates. Work for this position will be primarily lab-based with significant time identifying, cataloging, and photographing biological specimens with MNA’s macroinvertebrate imaging lab. The candidate should be passionate about natural resources, and experienced in working with invertebrate specimens. You may find the full position description and application instructions here.


Thank you for your interest in interning at the Springs Stewardship Institute. We are currently not hiring any paid internships. Please contact us if you are interested in volunteering.

Museum of Northern Arizona

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