Multiple Positions, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks 


Job Titles:

  • Grizzly Bear Education Specialist
  • Region 1 Comm and Ed Position- which involves wildlife education
  • Region 2 Comm and Ed Position- which involves wildlife education
  • Region 3 Comm and Ed position- which involves wildlife education
  • River Recreation Education Position
  • Aquatic Invasive Species Position

Organization: Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks 

Location: Montana

Position Overview: FWP members will protect Montana’s natural resources, wildlife and native habitat. As a member, you will have the opportunity to protect special places and resources for future generations while sharing your knowledge with the public.  While a member, you will play a leadership role in educating youth and adults about responsible river recreation, aquatic invasive species, and grizzly bear conflict mitigation all while exploring Montana’s vast mountain ranges, beautiful rivers and pristine lakes. 

Members will receive a comprehensive education in natural resource and recreation management that goes far beyond entry level positions by working within FWP and on our four main program goals: improving land, enriching educational opportunities, building volunteer capacity and strengthening community outreach. Members will be matched with host sites according to their preferences, skills and interests. You can view the FWP position descriptions here.

Duties: This is a 1215-hour, 32 week, 40 hour / week position. FWP AmeriCorps members are entrusted with accomplishing a variety of different tasks that will have a long-lasting impact on the stewardship of Montana’s natural resources. The duties will vary by service location, but are likely to include a variety of projects such as: educating the public about natural resources, wildlife or aquatic invasive species; developing public programs for youth and adults; monitoring natural resources; recruiting and managing volunteers; planning special events; and collecting, entering and analyzing natural resource data. 

Start/End Dates: April 11 – November 18

Application Deadline: March 16

How to Apply: Applications are evaluated on a rolling basis, so you increase your chances of placement by applying early. The application period is currently open. For application instructions, please see individual position descriptions located on the website.