Employment Opportunities

The Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Under the guidance of its Board of Directors, the Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History operates in support of its Mission: Connecting People with Nature and Science to Inspire Stewardship of the Natural World.

The Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History has been connecting people to the wonders of the natural world for over 100 years. Through our extraordinary location, interactive displays, engaging programs, and special collections, the Museum highlights the region’s diverse natural history, from the shores of the Monterey Bay to the summit of the Santa Cruz Mountains.

Current Openings:

Public Programs Coordinator (Bilingual)

The Public Programs Coordinator (bilingual) is responsible for facilitating the Museum’s public programs throughout Santa Cruz County. Public programs serve multigenerational audiences through workshops, walks, lectures, festivals, and more. In addition to developing content for certain programs, the Public Programs Coordinator will also develop community partnerships and coordinate with guest experts. This position requires Spanish language fluency and a willingness to work in a variety of outdoor settings. Approximately 50% of the work associated with this position will occur in or near Watsonville. Learn more here.

Volunteer Opportunities – Learn more here!