REPORTS TO: DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION
Save The Bay seeks environmental educators to carry out our educational mission. Our nationally recognized program inspires future stewards of Narragansett Bay by providing participants with high quality, hands-on environmental education through our marine science curriculum. Seasonal educators will implement our spring school programming and our summer camps. Teaching assignments are held in a variety of settings, including classrooms, field/coastal locations, aboard coast guard certified education vessels and our Bay Center in Providence and Exploration Center and Aquarium in Newport. Student/participants range from K-12 students to adults. Position begins in March and continues through August. Depending on funding, opportunities can continue into the fall. Time commitment varies, depending on the time of year. This is a great position for college students.
- Passionate and motivated about marine science and/or environmental education
- Demonstrated enthusiasm for teaching marine related topics in informal settings
- Proven skills working with children and adults
- Experience working outdoors, in the field and/or aboard education or research vessels
- Must work well in a team as well as independently
- Strong culture of safety, environmental stewardship and customer service
- Must be outgoing and have a positive personality
- A national criminal background check is required
- Must have own transportation and be willing to drive to several locations around the state
- First Aid/CPR or lifeguard certification preferred. Will train the right candidates.
Please submit cover letter and resume to the attention of Bridget Kubis Prescott/Director of Education at firstname.lastname@example.org or Save The Bay, 100 Save The Bay Drive, Providence, RI 02905.