Jobs & Internships
Jobs & Internships

Jobs & Internships

Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens is now seeking to fill the following positions in our equal opportunity, friendly, fast-paced and team-oriented environment:

Boat Tours Captain: The Boat Tours Captain is responsible for all operations on both the Beagle (electric) and River Song (diesel), including readying for launch, maintenance, embarking/disembarking guests, performing tours, ensuring a pier, and performing end-of-year storage tasks.
Read a full description of the position and its requirements here.

To apply, send letter of interest and resume to Adam Harkins at aharkins@mainegardens.org.

Internships

Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens has the following internships available:

Philanthropy Assistant Intern: Prepare to enter the field of non-profit fundraising and management by working behind the scenes in one of the most successful non-profit philanthropy offices in Maine. This internship an opportunity to learn about fundraising methods and donor interactions while providing support for a variety of special projects in the department.
Read a full description of the position and its requirements here.

To apply, send letter of interest and resume to Jen McKane, jmckane@mainegardens.org; review of applications will begin March 1.

Volunteer & Group Tours Intern: The Volunteer and Group Tours Coordinator internship offers hands-on experience in all facets of volunteer management, including recruitment, placement, training, maintenance, and recognition. Prepares college students to enter the field of volunteer management by providing an understanding of the critical role of volunteers in non-profit organizations and an opportunity to learn and apply relevant human resource management, marketing sales, and hospitality skills.
Read a full description of the position and its requirements here.

To apply, send letter of interest and resume to Melissa Glasgow at mglasgow@mainegardens.org.

Botany Intern: This internship prepares students to enter the field of botany and herbarium curation by providing hands-on experience with plant identification, collecting, specimen preparation and information management in the Research Department of Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens.
Read a full description of the position and its requirements here.

To apply, send letter of interest and resume to Melissa Cullina, mcullina@mainegardens.org; review of applications begins February 28.