The Marshland Bookstore is operated by SNHA, a non-profit organization that supports the Seney National Wildlife Refuge. The bookstore is the primary source of income for SNHA. Net profits from bookstore sales are used to fund interns and various Refuge programs.
SNHA is searching for a bookstore manager who could spend 5-10 hours per week working at the Visitor Center during the open season (May 15 to October 20). A few off season hours would be required to order items in preparation for opening in the Spring and to conduct end of the season inventory. Prior business experience would be beneficial, but training will be provided.
Qualifications include some computer knowledge, good communication skills and a willingness to work well with Refuge staff, interns and volunteers.

Benefits: This is considered a volunteer position however a $1,200 stipend will be paid by SNHA.

Key Responsibilities:

· Learn Anthology (the point of sale & inventory control software that operates the cash register)

· Order items that meet established guidelines

· Receive items and enter in Anthology

· Prepare invoices to be paid by SNHA Treasurer

· Serve as co-chairman on the bookstore committee

· Report to the SNHA Board of Directors and the Refuge liaison

· Help increase profits

Interested applicants should contact: Tom Kenney, Seney Natural History Association President. Phone: (906) 748-0374 or email:

The mission of Seney Natural History Association is to promote a better understanding and appreciation of the natural history and natural environment of the Seney National Wildlife Refuge, by working in cooperation with refuge staff to support this mission.

The Seney Natural History Association (SNHA) is a non-profit organization that has helped fund programs at Seney National Wildlife Refuge since 1987. Profits from the Visitor Center’s bookstore sales, membership dues and generous donations help the Association accomplish its mission.

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