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Audubon Florida Hiring Anchor Stewards

Feb 17, 2020 02:58AM ● By Karen Miller
Audubon Florida is hiring two "Anchor Stewards" to help safeguard nesting shorebirds in Northeast Florida. Anchor stewards work at shorebird nesting sites and interact with the public as necessary to prevent disturbance or harm to the nesting birds. Some time may also be spent recruiting and training volunteer stewards. 

These are part-time seasonal positions of 20 hours/week mainly on weekends and holidays. 40 hours/week can be worked on holiday weeks. The positions pay $11.50/hour and start 04/06/2020 running through the end of breeding season in August. Please view the job postings on the National Audubon Society career center (links below) or contact [email protected] for more information.

Nassau Sound Anchor Steward (Little Talbot Island and Amelia Island State Park)

St. Johns County Anchor Steward (Anastasia State Park and Fort Matanzas)