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Immediate Opening: Executive Director

The National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association (NWRA) is pleased to announce an Executive Director position; a new Leadership position to lead and guide NWRA towards fulfilling the ambitious mission and goals of the organization.

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Careers in Wildlife Rehabilitation

The National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association does not employ wildlife rehabilitators. The organization has two full-time office staff employees. However, many National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association members offer paid positions and/or internships. Part-time and seasonal jobs, internships, and volunteer positions are all excellent ways to gain experience in wildlife rehabilitation. More information about becoming a wildlife rehabilitator is available on this website. National Wildlife Rehabilitator Association members that offer jobs, internships, and other positions often advertise to other members in the following ways:

  • Announcements at the annual National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association Symposium;
  • Opportunities listed here on the NWRA website.

In addition, members can contact other members by using the NWRA Membership Directory. 

Have an Opportunity to Post?

If you have an internship or other employment opportunity, paid or unpaid, you would like to list on the National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association’s website or if you find a listing that requires editing, please fill out this form. If you have any question, email the Central Office. Verification of your authority to change any information listed is required.

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Disclaimer:

NWRA does not screen, approve, evaluate, or accredit any facility or position listed here. Our intent is to provide a service by listing opportunities for those interested in a wildlife rehabilitation career or related fields, and for those seeking to improve personal skills and knowledge. Applicants and facilities are responsible for interviewing one another to match needs and requirements.

Please Note:

This database is continually revised and updated in order to make available the most current job opportunity information in the wildlife rehabilitations field. There may be occasions when a listing for a particular facility is displayed with no job opportunity information shown. This usually indicates that either the facility or the opportunity information is being updated; please check back at a later time if this is encountered. 

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Environmental Jobs and Careers

Links to environmental job opportunities in the USA and Canada.

Careers covered:  Environmental engineers, nature and wetlands scientists, GIS, technicians, chemists, earth sciences/geologists/geotechnical, policy and law, wildlife conservation, planning, education, wastewater treatment and operations, program and project management, plus others.