To search for current job openings at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, see below or search the State jobs page. (The Museum is located in Wake County and belongs to the Department of Environment & Natural Resources.)
- Natural Science Curator II (#65014775) Closing Date/Time: 11/17/13 5pm ET
If you identify a state job for which you are both interested and qualified, please register on the State Jobs page and submit your application online.
Note: You must complete and submit an application for employment to be considered. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of completing an application form, though they may be submitted in addition to the state application. The application must be completed in full detail and must be signed. Failure to complete the application completely, including your signature, may result in you not being considered for the vacant position.
AmeriCorps Mountains to the Sea Positions
The Museum is excited to announce four new opportunities to join our team as AmeriCorps members. The Mountains to the Sea AmeriCorps Program will place the following four members at the Museum to provide environmental education and outreach to communities with a focus on underserved communities.
- AmeriCorps Citizen Science Educator (PDF)
- AmeriCorps Collaborations Educator (PDF)
- AmeriCorps Discovery Room Educator (PDF)
- AmeriCorps Investigate Lab Educator (PDF)
How to Apply for AmeriCorps Mountains to the Sea positions:
Complete the AmeriCorps application below and send it along with any additional materials to the position’s Site Supervisor AND Abby Van de Bogert at Abby.VandeBogert@ncdenr.gov
*You must save the application to your desktop before filling it in, otherwise your changes will not be saved.
These 10-month positions will work with the NC Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh, N.C. The closing date for applications has been extended to October 30, with a start date of November 12. More information about the AmeriCorps Mountains to the Sea Program can be found at http://bit.ly/1figbmx.
The Museum sometimes has paid positions open for interns through the Youth Advocacy and Involvement Office (YAIO). Please contact Tullie Johnson, 919.707.9895, for information.
College Internships for academic credit are available year-round for qualified applicants. Click here to learn more about internships and the application process.