Seasonal Environmental Educator
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Deadline to Apply:
Friday, August 12, 2022, 4:00pm
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We're working on the Capital Region's most pressing conservation challenges with solutions that benefit people and the environment. Our clear mission and exciting vision create the foundation for rewarding and challenging careers. We are a staff of recognized experts in natural resource protection and management, scientific research, environmental education and community outreach. You can contribute to conservation in a variety of fields including Science, Stewardship, Marketing, Education, Finance, Operations and much more. Whatever your expertise, you'll find an environment that encourages discovery, teamwork and professional development.
The Seasonal Environmental Educator (SEE) assists the Lead Educator (LE) and the Education Department with developing and implementing interpretive and educational programs for the APBP compatible with the ecological resources, research, and management goals of the preserve and in alignment with APBPC Management Plan and Community Connection Initiative. The primary responsibility of the SEE is to lead Pine Bush-centered interactive, hands-on, in-person, and virtual education programs for a diversity of audiences including school groups from grades pre-K – university level, special interest groups and the public. The SEE will also participate in the creation and planning of education programs. Education programs take place at the Discovery Center, on the trails of the APBP and at local venues throughout the region including local schools. Interpretation of Discovery Center exhibits to the visiting public and assisting with care for the Discovery Center’s captive turtle collection are also responsibilities of the SEE.
For details, see https://albanypinebush.org/connect-careers
How to Apply:
Please e-mail cover letter, résumé, and three references to:
No phone calls please.