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Nature Shop Manager
The Nature Shop Manager is a full-time position. In this role, you will manage and shape the retail arm and main source of live, public interaction with an urban conservation organization focused on birds, inclusion, and anti-racism.

Our staff is a tight-knit group of bird and nature enthusiasts who focus on our mission to benefit
people and birds and have a lot of fun along the way. We regularly drop everything to look at cool
bugs in our native plant garden and dash outside with our binoculars when a rare bird calls.

Who You Are
You are retail savvy and organized, curious about the world outside your front door, and keen
on developing and promoting welcoming spaces. You’d be excited about days filled with optics,
nature books, and feeding and watching birds, combined with sales and merchandising.

Read the full job description including salary and benefits:
Nature Shop Manager Job Description

How to apply
Qualified applicants should submit a cover letter and a resume as one (1) combined
electronic PDF file to jobs@seattleaudubon.org. Please state “Nature Shop Manager” in the
subject line. Paper submissions may be mailed or dropped off at 8050 35th Ave. N.E., Seattle, WA
98115. Attention: Sonora Troger.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Seattle Audubon values diversity in our work and services and strives to create a diverse Board of Directors, staff and volunteers, membership, and financial supporters that fully represent the rich variety of our community. Seattle Audubon recognizes that the future strength of our organization rests firmly on our commitment to engage, value, and respect the richness of  diverse communities. Seattle Audubon seeks to enhance the quality of life for all residents of King County as our mission states: Seattle Audubon advocates and organizes for cities where people and birds thrive. Seattle Audubon believes that no person should be excluded from participation on the basis of age, race, national origin, citizenship, ethnicity, sex, gender identity or gender expression, class, disability, sexual orientation, political affiliation or religious belief, or for any other discriminatory reason.

Read more about Seattle Audubon’s work to become an anti-racist organization and promote inclusion on our Equity & Justice pages.

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