The Museum of Natural Science serves as an educational outreach for the department, reaching school children, their teachers and others throughout the state. The museum also serves as headquarters for the department's non-game and endangered species research.
The museum houses more than 250,000 specimen collections, including birds, mammals, reptiles, insects, mollusks and fish.
At the museum, a person may find such career opportunities as exhibits specialist, aquarium keeper, conservationist, biologist, educator and librarian.
No positions are currently being recruited at this time.