[Coral-List] Marine Science Field Instructor Needed

David Nadeau david at marinelab.org
Fri May 25 16:07:52 EDT 2007


Do you like subtropical sun and ocean?

Do you like working with kids from the 5th through 12th grades?

MarineLab is seeking a FULL TIME marine science field instructor for its
marine environmental education center in Key Largo, Florida.  Instructors
lead discussions and labs on subtropical marine topics such as seagrass,
mangroves, and coral reefs, and lead snorkeling field trips via boat to
investigate local marine communities in the offshore waters of Key Largo.

.       great communication skills
.       outgoing and enthusiastic personality
.       willingness to work long hours (nights and weekends) during season
.       enjoyment of outdoors in subtropical sun and ocean environments
.       BS or BA in marine science, marine biology, biology, ecology, or
related natural science
.       Open Water SCUBA certification
.       small boat (20'-25') handling experience
.       teaching experience
.       in-water supervision experience.

Instructors receive certification in Lifeguard, First Aid, CPR and Boating
Safety as part of their training period.

Physical requirements:

Candidate must be in good physical condition.  Working outdoors in
subtropical sun, in ocean conditions with students, requires some degree of
physical activity but mostly normal lifting, standing, etc.

To apply:

Download the application from http://www.marinelab.org and

.   Mail with requested materials to:
           Ginette Hughes
           Senior Vice President, Program Services
           Marine Resources Development Foundation
           P.O. Box 787, Key Largo, FL 33037   OR

.   Fax it to 305-451-3909 OR

.   Email it to ginettehughes at mrdf.org

Important: You may attach a resume to the application but resumes without
applications will not be considered!

David Nadeau
Director of Education
Marine Resources Development Foundation
51 Shoreland Drive, Key Largo, FL 33037
305-451-3909 fax

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