[Coral-List] Job Announcement, Newfound Harbor Marine Institute
curacaobum at hotmail.com
Tue Oct 30 18:16:01 EDT 2007
I would like to invite any interested parties to apply for these positions.
We are looking for instructors and interns for the spring and summer 2008
seasons. Non US citizens are encouraged to apply, assistance is available
with a visa. Please reply to the info at nhmi.org or seacamp2003 at aol.com email
Science Program Director
Newfound Harbor Marine Institute
1300 Big Pine Avenue
Big Pine Key, FL 33043
info at nhmi.org
Company Description: A nonprofit, residential, environmental educational
organization offering programs in marine science to visiting elementary,
secondary, college, and adult groups.
Category: Environmental education
Job Type: Marine Science Intern/Instructor
Description: Intern/Instructor lead interpretive programs in tropical
marine science for visiting schools and participate in support services
required to run a residential facility. Extensive training: science
seminars; ARC waterfront lifeguarding, first aid, CPR/AED/PR, and oxygen
administration; boat handling; teaching techniques.
(intern) At least a college sophomore. Must have at least one year of
college biology and must be working towards a degree in biological science,
environmental science, or education.
(instructor) At least one year of teaching experience. Must have a degree
in biological science, environmental science, education, or a related field.
(interns) Monthly stipend plus travel bonus upon completion of internship.
College credit is available.
(instructors) Salary plus room and board.
Benefits: Room and board provided on the property, workmans compensation
insurance, and staff boat and kayak use during time off.
To apply: Send appropriate application (available on website), resume,
official college transcripts, and three letters of recommendation.
Seasonal employment: Fall (September-December). Spring (January-May).
Summer (May - September)
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