The NOAA NMFS Southeast Regional Office and the Bay-Watershed Education and Training (B-WET) Program are hiring a Gulf of Mexico B-WET Program Manager. The incumbent serves as a program analyst focused on education and outreach programs for NOAA in the North Central Gulf of Mexico. Details online.
The Bay County (Florida) Sea Grant has funding for a Fisheries Extension Agent. The Sea Grant/Marine Science agent will plan, develop, implement teach and evaluate comprehensive marine and natural resource educational programs that focus on marine recreation fisheries, commercial fisheries, industries including boating, marinas, fishing retail sports, sport shops and other fishing-related businesses, artificial reefs, and marine resource and water quality education for adults and youth audiences related to fishing and fishing habitats, as appropriate. To apply, go to UF IFAS website Click on jobs, then county operations to find position.
The non-profit Elizabeth River Project, based in Portsmouth, Virginia, is looking for a fulltime environmental educator/caretaker to support the world’s first floating wetland classroom, The Learning Barge, powered by sun and wind. Assignment will be to work with the Outreach Programs Manager to plan and implement the first year of programming for The Learning Barge, using its five learning stations to teach students and adults how to make the Elizabeth River swimmable and fishable by 2020. A curriculum has been drafted by area educators. Details online.
Seacoast Science Center in Rye, New Hampshire has two part-time job openings: Volunteer Coordinator and School Program Registrar/Outreach Coordinator. For details contact Education Director Perrin Chick <email@example.com>
The Consortium for Ocean Leadership in Washington DC has openings for:
Director, Science Communications
Communications Manager, Scientific Ocean Drilling Program
Education and Public Communications Manager, Ocean Observatories Initiative
The Marine Science Consortium on Wallops Island, Virginia, is seeking an educator to fill the Special Programs Coordinator position. This full-time, year-round position is a key part of the program leadership team and is responsible for the coordination and oversight of all special programs including Elderhostels, special weekend and week-long workshops, other specialgroup programs. Details
Residential environmental education program for 5th grade students seeks an experienced Teacher/Naturalist for 2009-2010 school year. Utilize areas within the Cape Cod National Seashore to teach concepts of succession, adaptation, and energy flow in pond/forest/beach/dune/salt marsh habitats. Details
Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences in West Boothbay Harbor, Maine has two job openings: Lab Manager and Education Coordinator (half-time position). Job descriptions and application instructions
The Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS) is looking for a highly qualified candidate to fill the Environmental Education Program Director position. The Program Director reports directly to the president and is responsible for overall leadership of VINS’ environmental education programs. The Program Director ensures that all VINS’ education programs are high-quality, innovative, exciting, and financially sustainable. VINS’ environmental education programs include programs for children, adults, citizen scientists, and professional educators. The programs are based on current science and delivered in schools, camps, and communities throughout Vermont and New Hampshire, and at the VINS Nature Center in Quechee, Vermont. In addition to leading the development and delivery of programs, the Program Director oversees the design and management of exhibits at the VINS Nature Center, as well as the care of VINS’ collection of wild birds and other live animals featured in programs and exhibits.