Temporary Full Time Marine Science Educator, June to August 2021
Project Oceanology seeks an innovative, experienced and dedicated educator to deliver inspiring marine science and environmental education programs to summer campers. Applicants should have knowledge of marine science and broad interest in oceans, including coastal ecosystems, fisheries resources, human interactions and management issues. Delivery of marine science programs aboard research vessels, on shoreline programs, in marine laboratories, and in classrooms will be required. Considerable physical stamina is required to work aboard vessels and outdoors for long periods, including during inclement weather. The position requires a team player with knowledge of science pedagogy, sound judgment, independence, initiative, maturity, and excellent observation and communication skills.
To apply please send a cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Applicants selected for an interview will be required to submit the Project Oceanology employment application (located below).
Part Time Marine Science Educator
Project Oceanology seeks an innovative, experienced and dedicated educator to deliver inspiring marine science and environmental education programs for elementary through high school students, college students, summer camp participants, and the general public. The Marine Science Educator will contribute to the expansion of programs, the revision and integration of Project Oceanology’s activities into local school curricula, and the expansion of summer camps.
We have a wide range of volunteer opportunities that may include: administrative, labs (cleaning tanks, feeding critters, preparing equipment for use, etc), photography (including video, etc), marketing, grant writing, fundraising, maintenance (facility, boats, equipment), annual donation drive (mailing), tech support, outdoor activities, activities aboard vessels, and many other.
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