The National Aquarium is seeking an Education Specialist to develop and teach a variety of formal education programs to school groups, teachers, and homeschoolers inside the Aquarium classrooms, galleries, and Auditorium.
- Conducts onsite and offsite school programming.
- Coordinates Homeschool programs including developing the schedule, organizing staffing, and instructing the programming.
- Handles and cares for animals.
- Assists with writing and editing school program brochures.
- Assists with writing and updating Field Trip Planning Packets for Teachers.
- Maintains props, order new props when needed, make repairs, and create new props/costumes.
- Maintains and update information files relating to School Programs surveys, activities and programs.
- Assists in other education program activities such as Outreach programs, community programs (cultural events, fairs/festivals), and youth programs (Henry Hall, Aquarium on Wheels).
- Researches and identifies needs and develops new school and teacher programs. Prepares and updates teacher resources related to Aquarium programs and exhibits.
- Assists with training staff and volunteers to conduct school and visitor programs.
- Assists School Programs & Visitor Programs Coordinators with budgets, reports, and other duties as assigned.
- Participates in professional development activities.
- Bachelor’s degree in science, education, or related field. Marine science background preferred.
- Two years experience working with children, preferably in a non-formal education setting.
- Current Maryland driver’s license and a clean driving record.
- Ability to safely operate an 8-15 passenger van.
- Working knowledge of audiovisual equipment and Microsoft office programs.
The National Aquarium is committed to diversity and invites individuals who bring a diversity of culture, experience and ideas to apply.
ABOUT THE NATIONAL AQUARIUM
Recently named one of Baltimore’s Best Places to Work, the National Aquarium opened in 1981 as a nonprofit aquatic education and conservation organization, the jewel of the city’s Inner Harbor redevelopment. SmartCEO Magazine honored the National Aquarium with the Healthiest Workplace award and the Corporate Culture award in 2016. With a mission to inspire conservation of the world’s aquatic treasures, the Aquarium is consistently ranked one of the nation’s two top aquariums and has hosted over 51 million guests since opening.
Today, the National Aquarium builds on a 35-year history of local, regional and global conservation initiatives that provide real solutions for protecting marine life, ecosystems and aquatic communities. Its Animal Rescue team has rescued, rehabilitated and released hundreds of marine mammals and endangered sea turtles throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Its Animal Welfare and Science teams participate in important research efforts to confront pressing ocean conservation issues and advocate for smarter policies at local, state and federal levels. Through education, research, conservation action and advocacy, the National Aquarium is pursuing a vision to change the way humanity cares for our ocean planet.
HOW TO APPLY Interested and engaged applicants should apply through our website http://aqua.org/jobs. Requests for reasonable accommodation can be made by e-mailing HR@aqua.org.
Summer Teaching Opportunity
The University of Washington Math Science Upward Bound (MSUB) Program seeks an Instructor to teach a Study Section class to high school students in support of our Summer STEM Seminar Lecture series. MSUB is an outreach program in the Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity that helps low-income and potential first-generation college students excel in high school, get accepted to college, and graduate with a STEM degree. The goal of the summer program, held on the UW campus, is to help prepare students for the demands of college and advance their academic and personal development.
The MSUB STEM Seminar Series is designed to offer students an introduction to different STEM fields, a glimpse into original research, and insight into STEM careers. Study Section Instructors attend the Seminar Series lectures and teach a one hour STEM Survival Skills Section to support the lectures and help students acquire the skills they will need to succeed in STEM. Study Section Instructors help students understand the content of the lectures and develop good study skills, learn core lab and data analysis skills, work on group projects, and accompany students on lab and facilities tours.
The ideal candidate is an advanced graduate student or postdoc in a STEM field with teaching experience and a commitment to outreach and diversity. A B.S. or B.A. in a STEM field is required. All candidates will be required to undergo a criminal background check. Candidates from underrepresented groups or from low-income/first generation backgrounds or with experience in working with these populations are encouraged to apply. The University of Washington is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.
The six week summer program runs from July 3 to Aug 11, with classes held 4 days per week. Teaching commitment is 2 hours per day plus prep time. Compensation is $1,400 to $1,600 depending on background and experience. For more information or to apply, please send a cover letter and resume or CV to David Wolczyk, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pre-college Education Manager
UW Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering
50% professional staff position with full benefits
Help us find an enthusiastic STEM educator to manager pre-college programs at an engineering research center on campus. The person in this role works with K-12 youth and science teachers. This position manages two summer research experience programs (the Young Scholars Program for high school students and the Research Experience for Teachers program for secondary science teachers), a new summer program for high school students (YSP-REACH), school year field trips, and more.
The CSNE is a wonderful place to work. Our community is made up of professional staff, faculty, and students. I’ve been here since 2013 and previously held this position. I promise you’ll get excellent training! The CSNE is family friendly, professional, and collaborative. Our office is located in a lovely, modern building. And…neural engineering is an exciting, multidisciplinary field.
Learn more about the CSNE and our K-12 education programs here.
UW Hires requisition number: 145342
If you have questions about the position, please feel free to contact:
Engineering Education Research Manager | Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering
Graduate Research Assistant | Institute for Science & Math Education
Doctoral Student | Learning Sciences & Human Development
University of Washington College of Education
There is an exciting opening for a Study Skills Instructor with the University of Washington Upward Bound program. Upward Bound is a federally-funded program designed to empower potentially first generation college students and students from low-income families to graduate from high school, enroll in college, and earn college degrees. The program seeks an individual with a strong math and teaching background who has a passion for programs designed to provide services for underserved students. Primary responsibilities include teaching and tutoring high school math subjects from algebra 1 through calculus, developing and delivering SAT preparation curriculum, and managing a student caseload.
Read the full job description and apply here: https://uwhires.admin.washington.edu/ENG/candidates/default.cfm?szCategory=jobprofile&szOrderID=144428 or visit UW Hires site and search for requisition #14428.
The priority application deadline is May 19, 2017.
Deadline to Apply: Friday, July 7, 2017, 4:30pm
Organization: Mount Rainier Institute-University of Washington
Environmental Education Instructors are key members of the program staff. They lead youth and adults through field science investigations, and teach a variety of topics such as bio-diversity, natural history, forestry, resource management, and cultural history of the Pacific Northwest. EE Instructors have the opportunity for professional growth through the development of their naturalist, outdoor education, and resource interpretation skills and techniques. This is an excellent opportunity to be part of ongoing development of a relatively new residential environmental education program.
Term of Position: Fall 2017 season is late August through mid-November, may involve weekend and evening hours. Shared housing will be provided for a modest monthly rental fee.
Mount Rainier Institute is committed to diversity. We welcome qualified applicants regardless of race, religion, color, sexual orientation, or gender.
- Lead students through Mount Rainier Institute programs in natural and cultural history, inquiry-based field investigations, and resource stewardship for youth and adults; primarily students in grades 3-12.
- Lead half-day and day-long educational hikes (including using snowshoes) on Pack Forest and Mount Rainier National Park trails.
- Assist in the design of customized environmental and science education programs for students of all ages.
- Attend training and regularly scheduled staff meetings.
- Ensure safety and well-being of program participants.
- Conduct evening and weekend programs as needed.
- Assist in the maintenance of all program supplies, equipment, and facilities.
- Assist with other duties as required.
Villa Academy (located near Seattle Children’s Hospital) has several openings for teachers, for the 2017-18 school year. These positions are posted on the Careers page of the Villa Academy website: http://thevilla.org/careers/
The middle school science and math teacher posting is attached.
Villa Academy Middle School Science & Math Teacher Job Posting – 2017-2018