[Coral-List] Job Announcement: Marine Ecology Environmental Educator
mstarashort at hotmail.com
Wed Jan 28 11:59:31 EST 2004
Environmental Educator/Snorkeling Instructor
The Instiute for Ecological Field Studies
Location: Eleuthera Island, Bahamas
Provide quality guest service and leadership to visiting teachers and
students. Instruct snorkeling checkout and gear donning. Maintain and clean
snorkel gear. Lead up to three snorkeling trips daily. Assist teaching
evening classes about marine ecology, biology, or environmental issues.
Interpret island geology to teachers and students while exploring limestone
caves and cliffs.
Age 21 preferred. Those under 21 may be considered based on maturity and
character. Must have experience traveling to and living in remote areas.
Certified in SCUBA, life guarding, or extensive snorkeling experience, or
any other relevant water certifications. CPR, First Aid, First Responder, or
Wilderness First Aid. Must be able to work a non typical work week in an
outdoor environment. Strong interest in environmental issues, marine
biology/ecology, or adventure education. Be able to present in both a
classroom and in an outdoor setting. Good leadership qualities. Be available
to attend training one week prior to first group's arrival.
Positive can do attitude!!! Mature and professional in appearance and
behavior. Our Leaders have to be able to think on their feet, take
responsibility for their mistakes, and be able to take constructive
criticism. Self motivated. Creative. Flexible, able to make decisions, and
work in a changing environment.
Dates: Late May to late August 2004
Compensation: Commensurate with experience. Room and board and
transportation is provided.
Please send resumes to Tara Short at shorttara at hotmail.com by March 29.
Position open until filled.
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