The Skagit River Bald Eagle Interpretive Center is a nonprofit environmental education facility at Howard Miller Steelhead Park in Rockport, Washington along the scenic Skagit River, an ideal setting for exposure to the wilds of the North Cascades and opportunities to explore conservation issues. During winter bald eagle migration in the Upper Skagit Valley the facility opens to the public and provides various educational opportunities for all ages to learn about bald eagles, salmon, and the Skagit River. The organization’s mission encompasses conversation awareness and encourages restoration of the Skagit River Watershed. The Board of Directors search for staff members who are committed to contributing to a collaborative team environment, can effectively work with various partner agencies, shows excellence in interpersonal communication, and is dedicated or open to learning about environmental conservation.

Position Open – Skagit River Bald Eagle Interpretive Center Coordinator and Education Specialist

The Interpretive Center has an excellent employment opportunity for the 2017-2018 Winter Season; Interpretive Center Coordinator and Education Specialist. The position requires public services or visitor center operations experience; excellent people skills; experience teaching and communicating to children, adults, families; group facilitation experience; and commitment to environmental conservation education. This position is Part-Time, Seasonal; Saturdays and Sundays in December and January. Includes one to two days during the week (Dec/Jan) facilitating the K-12 School Program & Group Tours. Pre-season assignments begin in September. December – January: 15 – 25 hours per week.

To apply send current resume and cover letter describing how you meet the qualifications to: srbeatic@frontier.com.
No phone calls, please. Deadline: August 31, 2017.


2015-2016 Season – Interpretive Center Team and our partners, Rockport State Park Staff