Part Time Jobs

Last Updated: October 24th, 2022

Land, Water, and Wildlife Environmental Intern- Coastal Conservation League

  • This is a part-time, 15 hours/week position, operating in-person, for 16 weeks, based in Charleston, SC. Candidate will aid and support the Land, Water, Wildlife Program’s work on all issues, but primarily focusing on the oysters and salt marsh conservation projects. Responsibilities include:
  • Conduct a literature review of the living shorelines materials used in the southeast
  • Communicate and coordinate with industry professionals within the southeast to gain insight on what materials they are using for living shorelines projects in the southeast
  • Produce a comprehensive document incorporating the literature review and insight from industry professionals on intertidal living shorelines materials in the southeast.
  • Click here to learn more and apply!

Hourly position in environmental science research

  • The Environmental Research Section is looking to hire a temporary hourly for at least six months, starting as soon as November 2022. 30-40 hours per week preferred, $12/hr. The primary duties will entail sorting benthic samples in a lab setting, but will also include other laboratory analyses, data entry/QA, and field work. Field work will consist of monthly water quality sampling on Kiawah Island, wetlands monitoring, and help with analysis of chlorophyll and other parameters back in the lab. Participation in other research projects is possible, depending on interest.
  • Please reach out to Andrew Tweel if interested.
    tweela@dnr.sc.gov or text 843-513-2271

Audubon South Carolina's WINGS Internship and Seasonal Staff Program

  • Audubon South Carolina’s WINGS internship and seasonal staff program offers students and early career professionals an opportunity to explore conservation career options, gain valuable experience, and develop skills and knowledge to enrich their career pathways
  • Internships and seasonal staff positions are offered throughout the year and include opportunities in Conservation Education, Public Policy, Coastal Bird Conservation, Land Stewardship, Communications, Cultural Heritage, and Bird Science. All positions are paid and include flexible start dates with part-time and full-time positions available.
  • Program benefits include: 
    • Learning sessions with professional program staff leads including policy, forestry, and coastal conservation;
    • Exposure to Audubon leaders in various parts of the organization to learn about different career paths;
    • Networking opportunities with other South Carolina conservation organizations and leaders;
    • Immersive experiences such as bird walks, bird bandings and Audubon center events;
    • Development of a presentation on their experience for Audubon staff, which can be included in one's professional portfolio.
  • Learn more and find how to apply here.