We are recruiting to fill our very important Stewardship Coordinator position. The summary of the position is as follows:
Malama Learning Center (MLC), a non-profit environmental/sustainability education organization based in Kapolei, O'ahu, seeks a full-time Stewardship Coordinator. This position provides conservation and education services for Ola Nā Kini, a native and edible plant restoration and regeneration program of MLC for West Oʻahu communities. The Stewardship Coordinator will provide leadership in designing, maintaining, and documenting site restoration projects with community volunteers, including students. The purpose of these projects is to connect community members with concepts and actions connected to mālama ʻāina -- natural resources management, native ecosystem restoration, invasive species control, erosion control, wildfire prevention, Hawaiian cultural preservation, community stewardship, and green jobs -- through hands-on experiences. The Stewardship Coordinator will work in various locations including Nānākuli wetland and watershed, Camp Pālehua and surrounding areas, Piliokahe, and future sites to be determined. Other work areas include the Kapolei High School native plant nursery and the Pālehua mauka nursery. One of the key roles of the Stewardship Coordinator is a steady production of healthy native and culturally significant plants in nurseries for outplanting projects. See the fullStewardship Coordinator position description. Interested applicants are asked to contact Pauline Sato, Executive & Program Director of Malama Learning Center via email at email@example.com by July 31, 2019.
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