Environmental EducatorsSouthern Outer Banks NC
Sound to Sea, Trinity Center's Environmental Education program on North Carolina’s Outer Banks is situated on a 62-acre island preserve. Join a staff of 9 instructors to teach classes on the five major island habitats that are part of our property; the beach, maritime forest, freshwater pond, salt marsh and sound. Class topics vary from island ecology to coastal cultures and human impacts. Instructors utilize hands-on activities to teach multidisciplinary curriculum, create programs and classes for diverse populations and are trained to work with and care for birds of prey and salt and fresh water aquariums. Instructors have overnight duty one night every two weeks and will be trained in Basic First Aid and CPR. Year-round employment opportunities available.
To learn more about this unique teaching position, visit our website at www.trinityctr.com/soundtosea.
Requires: Degree in related field, ability and desire to work with elementary school students through senior adults in small and large group situations; creativity, flexibility, sense of humor and a desire to live in community. Previous teaching experience helpful. Ability to start position on August 21st.
Salary: $275/wk plus room, board, medical insurance. To apply, please fax, email or send resume and cover letter to: Mindy Furrer, Program Director, Sound to Sea Environmental Education Program, P.O. Drawer 380, Salter Path, NC 28575, fax: 252-247-3290, email: firstname.lastname@example.org