NatureServe offers a high–intensity, results–oriented, and collaborative workplace where a shared commitment provides focus, excitement, and inspiration for staff to invest their best creative, intellectual, and personal efforts to ensure mission success.

Working at NatureServe

Spangled skimmer (Libellula cyanea) | Photo by Vicki DeLoachStaff have the ability to affect biodiversity conservation at the local, national and international levels through our network of member programs and other institutional alliances. Benefits include:

  • 401K savings and retirement plan with matching contributions
  • Health and dental insurance
  • Short and long–term disability
  • Annual and sick leave
  • Life insurance 

Review NatureServe's EEO-AA policy, and read the federal EEO is the Law poster.

If you are a candidate with a disability in need of an accomodation in the application process, please call 703-908-1807.

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NatureServe Opportunities

Explore Natural Communities Interns

            Once school is out, what are your plans for the summer? NatureServe plans to hire five students to visit parks in the National Capital Region. Imagine…hiking in beautiful parks, creating podcasts of the park’s natural history, and creating an experience for nature lovers everywhere to enjoy for years to come. Come explore these natural communities with us and become an Explore Natural Communities Intern for the summer of 2016!

CPEM/Vista Interns and Volunteers

NatureServe seeks interns and volunteers to learn skills and gain experience as important members of our Conservation Planning team.

Member Program Employment Opportunities

Washington Natural Heritage Program

           Natural Heritage Program Manager

Virginia Natural Heritage Program

            Natural Heritage Division Director

Oregon Biodiversity Information Center

           Vegetation Ecologist


To post an employment opportunity within the NatureServe Network or with a partner organization, please contact Elizabeth Primus.