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Assistant Outdoor Program Director

Great Camp Sagamore
Raquette Lake, NY, US
Great Camp Sagamore is a unique organization that combines the preservation of an Adirondack "Great Camp" with educational programming and guest accommodations. Visitors come for historic tours, residential programs and family events. Staff and guests stay in our iconic buildings, eat in the historic dining hall, provide hospitality, and lead programs that connect people to history and nature. Great Camp Sagamore seeks an individual who is passionate about the Adirondack Mountains and environmental education for the position of Assistant Outdoor Program Director. The Assistant Outdoor Program Director aids the Program Director in implementing the educational programming that is at the heart of the institution’s mission.
CategoryJob
TypeFull-time
PostedJanuary 31, 2023
DeadlineApril 30, 2023

Program Coordinator- Web of Life Field School

Web of Life Field School
Livermore, CA, US
JOIN OUR WOLF SCHOOL UCCR TEAM! -Are you someone who loves the outdoors and wants to inspire that love in others? -Are you ready to join UCCR WOLF School’s leadership team and coordinate our Camp Arroyo Outdoor Science School, and support the awesome Taylor Family Foundation summer programs for children with life threatening and chronic illness, developmental differences and who are at risk? -Do you love working with kids and want to educate the next generation of environmental stewards? -Does the thought of leading a passionate team of outdoor educators get you excited? We are hiring a full-time salaried program coordinator for Camp Arroyo!
CategoryJob
TypeFull-time
PostedJanuary 31, 2023
DeadlineMarch 15, 2023

Seasonal Educator

NC Aquariums
Nags Head, NC, US
Reporting directly to the Education Curator this fast-paced, high energy seasonal position is responsible for the implementation of a comprehensive set of youth and adult programs and field experiences for a range of audiences. These experiences include field trip programs and week-long summer camps. Position is responsible for ensuring that programs are operated safely and in accordance with NC Aquariums guidelines and procedures. This position will be required to work outdoors and be able to assist in STEM based field trips, kayaking, surf lessons, and fishing programs. This position will be responsible for presenting age-appropriate curriculum specific to school programs; serving as a resource for teachers and community members. Position works 40 hours per week and must be able to work nights, weekends and holidays.
CategoryJob
TypeFull-time
PostedJanuary 31, 2023

Educator, Early Childhood (Part-Time)

Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens
Jacksonville, FL, US
Enjoy teaching in a diverse and unique setting, outdoors and indoors, surrounded by lush gardens and exotic animals. Being an integral part of our Education Programs provides the community with up-close encounters with animals in both formal and informal settings. You are a team player with an enthusiastic, outgoing, flexible personality to facilitate engaging programs. Programming may be indoors on campus or in the public areas for learning opportunities for students, school professionals, guests, and volunteers daily. A career in teaching and/or degree in Early Childhood Development provides the skills for building relationships, program development, handling animals, and maintaining records to manage a class. The Early Childhood Educator role facilitates programming to include Nature's Newbies, Zoo Tots, Stroller Safari, Wild Family Workshops, homeschool, and seasonal camps. The schedule for programs operate Tuesday through Saturday. Our programs offered to connect guests to nature and inspire actions on behalf of animals in the wild. Help us engage preschool children while creating a safe, positive culture of innovation, empowerment, and collaboration to meet our mission, "Connecting the community to wildlife with wild places."
CategoryJob
TypePart-time
PostedJanuary 31, 2023
DeadlineApril 25, 2023

School Program Educator

Chippewa Nature Center
Midland, MI, US
Join a team of creative, passionate professionals who work together to connect children with nature through educational, recreational and cultural experiences. CNC is in search of Educators with a passion for sharing the natural world in relevant, engaging way with students in preschool through high school. Educators work as a team with other program staff delivering high quality, curriculum-aligned natural and cultural history programs. Educators work a fixed schedule from 2-4 days a week during spring and fall with optional on-call hours in winter and summer. Objective: To provide high quality natural and cultural history programs to students during field trips and CNC at Your School programs.
CategoryJob
TypePart-time
PostedJanuary 31, 2023
DeadlineFebruary 27, 2023

Visitor Services Member - Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site e

American Conservation Experience
Flat Rock, NC, US
American Conservation Experience, a nonprofit Conservation Corps, in partnership with the National Park Service is seeking ONE Member to contribute to visitor service projects alongside NPS staff. For more information about ACE, please visit the website www.usaconservation.org. Start Date: March 20, 2023 (flexibility may be available for the right candidate) End Date: August 14, 2023 or 21 weeks after start date *a 21 week minimum commitment is required * Location Details/Descriptions: Flat Rock, NC Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site preserves Connemara, the home of Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and writer Carl Sandburg. Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site (CARL) is located in western North Carolina about 30 minutes southeast of Asheville, NC. The site is the last home of Carl Sandburg (1878 - 1967), poet, biographer, folk singer, social activist, and Pulitzer Prize-winning author. His wife and family raised champion dairy goats; the park continues to maintain a small herd. The 264-acre park features an historic home, barn and outbuildings and over five miles of wooded trails. To learn more about CARL, please visit the NPS website at: http://www.nps.gov/carl/index.htm.
CategoryAmericorps or Similar Service Opportunity, Internship
TypeFull-time
PostedJanuary 30, 2023

Education Specialist

Cape Fear Botanical Garden
Fayetteville, NC, US
An ideal education specialist will have a passion for working with children and foster a love of nature in students. The position will include planning, assisting with, and teaching educational programs for all ages (pre-k-adult). As part of our education team, the specialist will also help create curriculum, assist with registrations, and care for our education animals. The position responsibilities will shift seasonally as we focus on field trip groups in the spring, camps over the summer, program development in the winter, and larger community garden events on specific dates throughout the year. There may also be opportunities to help expand our volunteer program. Part-time (20 hours/week) or full time (40 hours/week) positions may be available. This position will include both weekday and weekend hours, evenings, and holidays.
CategoryJob
TypeFull-time, Part-time
PostedJanuary 30, 2023
DeadlineFebruary 20, 2023

Youth Development Supervisor

Oregon Zoo/Metro
Portland, OR, US
The Oregon Zoo is seeking a Youth Development Supervisor, to oversee the vision and development of programs for middle- and high-school aged youth in the Portland Metro area. The Youth Development Supervisor will guide the overall vision and coordination of teen-focused programming at Oregon Zoo, creating a new model for how zoos can engage with youth in the areas of leadership development, critical thinking and action for conservation, career development, and wildlife advocacy. This role will oversee the staff and youth in our Zoo Apprenticeship Program (ZAP), a grant-funded program employing young people to offer career opportunities and conservation programming to systemically marginalized communities in our region, and will have the opportunity to create a new teen program using a co-design process with community members and other collaborators.
CategoryJob
TypeFull-time
PostedJanuary 27, 2023
DeadlineFebruary 17, 2023

Equipment & Logistics Coordinator

Chewonki Foundation
Wiscasset, ME, US
The Equipment and Logistics Coordinator is a three-season, full-time position. With guidance from the Director of Outdoor Programs, the Coordinator works with the program leaders to outfit and ration all overnight field experiences, including Outdoor Classroom programs, Camp Chewonki Leadership Expedition, Camp Chewonki backcountry cabin trips and Chewonki School outdoor experiences such as expeditions, solos, and outdoor skills weekends. The coordinator is responsible for all activities taking place in Chewonki’s Packout facility, which includes maintaining outdoor equipment and food inventories, supervising seasonal Packout staff, and providing support and guidance for all Packout users.
CategoryJob
TypeFull-time
PostedJanuary 27, 2023

Outdoor Program Educator

Chewonki Foundation
Wiscasset, ME, US
The Outdoor Educator position is a 3-season position spanning the beginning of May through the end of October. During the spring and fall, educators work with residential school programs leading groups of students on base-camping trips, saltwater canoe trips, and day programs to teach outdoor living skills, team building, farm and food curricula, and ecology through facilitating a variety of place-based teaching methods and styles. During overnight programs educators live with their students and a school chaperone in small camping groups at shore-side campsites on Chewonki Neck, sleeping in tents, and cooking over open fires are a part of the core curriculum to facilitate positive learning experiences in nature. The team of 15 Outdoor Educators facilitate approximately 140 groups over the course of the spring and fall Outdoor Classroom seasons. During the summer season, Outdoor Educators take on responsibilities within Camp Chewonki, in many cases as trip leaders. In addition to their job responsibilities by season, educators are expected to take initiative and be part of the greater community, to support the Chewonki mission of promoting personal growth, natural history, and community development.
CategoryJob
TypeFull-time
PostedJanuary 27, 2023

Trip Leader

Chewonki Foundation
Wiscasset, ME, US
Camp Chewonki Trip Leaders are kind, empathetic, thoughtful, and fun adults who are responsible for caring for the health and well-being of a group of campers for the duration of each trip. The Trip Leader position is an integral part of the Camp Chewonki culture. Trip Leaders are ultimately responsible for the safety of the participants and execution of all trip details. This includes preparing itinerary, evacuation, and resupply information; packing group gear and well balanced meals; ensuring the participants are prepared with correct gear and knowledge of trip; facilitating a positive learning environment; and teaching age appropriate technical, interpersonal, and natural history skills. Our backcountry trips focus on one or more of the following disciplines: canoeing, sea kayaking , whitewater kayaking and backpacking.
CategoryJob
TypeFull-time
PostedJanuary 27, 2023

Program Facilitator

Chicago Park District
Chicago, IL, US
The Nature Play Team at the Chicago Park District is growing, doubling, in fact. This is a year-round part-time position (20hr/week, $19.81/hr). Please apply at https://aa128.taleo.net/careersection/ex/jobdetail.ftl?job=2200831&tz=GMT-06%3A00&tzname=America%2FChicago The deadline is February 9. Please help spread the word. The Program and Event Facilitator will help the Nature Engagement Specialist promote Nature Play across Chicago. This will include maintaining the 14 existing spaces as well as working with communities and children to develop and design new spaces. In addition, they will help program these spaces and encourage nature play through internal and external trainings and experiences. Organization is an asset as we create and build multi-year relationships with communities, identifying the local resources and stakeholders and attending Park Advisory Council meetings as needed. Guiding the group through the steps from interest in a Nature Play Space in their park to final construction. Examples of public programs include design sessions with youth making small scale models of Nature Play Spaces with Nature Play kits, large scale pop-up events with large logs and log pieces, teachers trainings to encourage comfort teaching outside and supporting parks to make the most of their outdoor spaces. Some early mornings, evenings or weekends will be required. Candidates must live in Chicago and be able to travel to all locations across the city. Please send any questions to sean.shaffer@chicagoparkdistrict.com
CategoryJob
TypePart-time
PostedJanuary 27, 2023
DeadlineFebruary 9, 2023

Assistant Outdoor Instructor

Wa-Ya Outdoor School
Olympia, WA, US
Camp Wa-Ya is hiring Assistant Instructors to work Summer 2023 (June 19th through September 1st). Our Assistant Instructor will support the Lead Instructor in the delivery of lessons centered around STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) curriculum, in combination with indigenous practices and arts, outdoor adventure, and environmental stewardship and provide an environment that fosters a sense of wonder for Wa-Ya campers. As an Assistant Instructor, you will be responsible for providing support and co-teaching a group of campers during 10, five-day sessions. You will be partnered with a Lead Instructor, to teach lessons, run activities, and organize games for your group of up to 14 campers.
CategoryJob
TypeFull-time
PostedJanuary 26, 2023
DeadlineMarch 1, 2023

Assistant Wilderness Instructor

Wa-Ya Outdoor School
Olympia, WA, US
Camp Wa-Ya is hiring an Assistant Adventure Instructor to work Summer 2023 (June 19th through September 1st). Our Assistant Adventure Instructor will support the Lead Adventure Instructor in the delivery of Wa-Ya’s Teen Adventure Trips program and teaches lessons centered around sea kayaking, backpacking, and camping with a focus on outdoor survival and naturalist skills, environmental stewardship, Indigenous teachings, and mindfulness. As an Assistant Adventure Instructor, you will be responsible for providing support and co-teaching a group during 9, five-day sessions including overnights (4-day, 3-night kayaking and backpacking trips). You will be partnered with a Lead Adventure Instructor to design safety and route plans, teach lessons, run activities, and organize games for your group of up to 10 campers, ages 13-16.
CategoryJob
TypeFull-time
PostedJanuary 26, 2023
DeadlineMarch 1, 2023

Lead Outdoor Instructor

Wa-Ya Outdoor School
Olympia, WA, US
Camp Wa-Ya is hiring Lead Instructors to work summer 2023 (June 19th through September 1st). Our lead instructors teach lessons centered around STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) curriculum, in combination with Indigenous practices and arts, outdoor adventure, and environmental stewardship and provide an environment that fosters a sense of wonder for Wa-Ya campers. As a Lead Instructor, you will be responsible for leading a group of campers during 10, five-day sessions. You will be partnered with an Assistant Instructor, with additional support provided by Wa-Ya Leadership Interns and our Tribal Fellow, to teach lessons, run activities, and organize games for your group of campers, ages 6-13.
CategoryJob
TypeFull-time
PostedJanuary 26, 2023
DeadlineMarch 1, 2023

Lead Wilderness Instructor

Wa-Ya Outdoor School
Olympia, WA, US
Camp Wa-Ya is hiring a Lead Adventure Instructor to work Summer 2023 (June 19th through September 2nd). Our Lead Adventure Instructor leads Wa-Ya’s Teen Adventure Trips program and teaches lessons centered around sea kayaking, backpacking, and camping with a focus on outdoor survival and naturalist skills, environmental stewardship, Indigenous teachings, and mindfulness. As a Lead Adventure Instructor, you will be responsible for leading a group during 9, five-day sessions including overnights (4-day, 3-night kayaking and backpacking trips). You will be partnered with an Assistant Adventure Instructor to design safety and route plans, teach lessons, run activities, and organize games for your group of up to 10 campers, ages 13-17.
CategoryJob
TypeFull-time
PostedJanuary 26, 2023
DeadlineMarch 1, 2023

Science Instructor

Annis Water Resources Institute, Grand Valley State University
Muskegon, MI, US
The Annis Water Resource Institute of GVSU seeks passionate and energetic environmental educators to engage students in hands-on, place-based learning experiences onboard its research vessels and in its indoor/outdoor classroom programming in Muskegon and Grand Haven, Michigan. Our floating learning laboratories and landside programming connect people with Lake Michigan and adjoining waters local water resources through experiential learning about water chemistry, lake food webs, human impacts on water quality, and more. Participants aboard an educational cruise have an opportunity to serve as freshwater scientists, collecting data and observations about the water bodies they sail through.
CategoryJob
TypePart-time
PostedJanuary 26, 2023