Job: Maine Project Learning Tree Coordinator, Apply by April 30, 2019

Maine TREE Foundation Position Announcement

Maine Project Learning Tree (PLT) Coordinator

The Maine TREE Foundation is hiring a Coordinator for Project Learning Tree, a nationwide environmental education curriculum for youth in grades K-12. The Maine TREE Foundation is an independent, private, non- profit organization with a focus on Maine’s forests. The mission of the Maine TREE Foundation is to educate and advocate for the sustainable use of the forest and the ecological, economic, and social health of Maine’s forest community.

Project Learning Tree is a nationwide program whose mission advances environmental literacy and promotes stewardship through excellence in environmental education, professional development, and curriculum resources that use trees and forests as windows on the world.

The Foundation is seeking a Project Learning Tree Coordinator to support this mission and effectively work with other Maine TREE staff and a broad range of outside constituencies.

Position Description

The PLT Coordinator works to expand the Maine TREE Foundation’s capacity in meeting the growing demand in Maine from schools, teachers, parents, students and other non-profit organizations for outdoor environmental education programs. The Coordinator develops and supports a network of qualified PLT facilitators, and designs, delivers and evaluates professional development opportunities for educators. The Coordinator works closely with the lead scientist of the Holt Research Forest, a 300 acre oak-pine forest in Arrowsic, which is owned by the Maine TREE Foundation

Key constituents of the PLT Coordinator include:

  • Pre-K-12 Teachers throughout the State of Maine;
  • College & university education and forestry professors;
  • Community leaders;
  • Holt Research Forest Lead Scientist;
  • Forest landowners, both corporate and private;
  • Land Trusts, science centers, summer camps and others offering education programs and outdoor classroom opportunities;

The Project Learning Tree Coordinator initiates, supervises and promotes PLT activities in Maine, and helps to guide and support the development and implementation of new research and outdoor education programs at the Maine TREE Foundation.  The Coordinator:

  1. Maintains a working relationship with national PLT staff in Washington
    1. Serves as liaison to the national office and works cooperatively on joint
    2. Collects, promotes, and shares success stories in support of
  2. Recruits, trains, and manages a network of qualified PLT workshop
  3. Designs, delivers, and evaluates professional development for PLT
  4. Reviews and approves PLT workshop
  5. Manages workshop materials; markets and promotes workshops through press releases, mailings, flyers and social
  6. Works with the Maine PLT Steering Committee to provide strategic vision and leadership to meet the needs of the
    1. Prepares and implements long range strategic plans and associated annual work plans and annual operating
    2. Raises a portion of funds to support specific needs of the program
  7. Assists in organizing two summer Forests of Maine Teachers’ Tours
  8. Coordinates, designs and delivers scientific inquiry and standards-based Forest Inventory Growth (FIG) activities for middle/ high school teachers and students, outdoor classrooms and land trusts.

The Coordinator accomplishes these goals through:

  1. Close collaboration with the Executive Director of the Maine TREE Foundation;
  2. Close collaboration with the Holt Research Forest lead scientist;
  3. Close collaboration with the PLT Steering Committee and National PLT staff;
  4. Fostering collaboration among key stakeholder groups and

The successful Project Learning Tree Coordinator candidate will possess the following qualifications:

  • Education: BA or BS in related field (e.g. education, environmental education, natural resource management, )
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in a related
  • Minimum 5 years’ classroom teaching experience, especially in a science or STEM field, is highly preferred.
  • Broad understanding of the connections among Maine’s forest ecology, economy and forest-based communities;
  • Ability to work outdoors in a variety of conditions;
  • Possession of a valid driver’s license, and ability to travel, primarily in

Skills

  • Strategic leadership skills; ability to lead toward a shared vision; flexibility;
  • Communication skills with proficiency in writing, speaking, and listening to diverse
  • Project management skills with proficiency in developing, designing, managing, and evaluating programs.
  • Strong computer skills, including MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel and various social
  • Fundraising, grant writing and grant
  • Ability to manage a network of volunteers and
  • Ability to design, deliver, and evaluate effective facilitation skills and to model best practices in education.

Compensation will be commensurate with experience. The position will be located at the Maine TREE Foundation’s offices at 535 Civic Center Drive in Augusta, Maine.

To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, a brief writing sample, and three references (to be contacted for finalists only) to:  info@mainetree.org by April 30, 2019.

Applications will be accepted until the position has been filled.

Summer jobs: Educators and seasonal positions at Chewonki, Wiscasset, ME

Employment Opportunities at Chewonki

Chewonki Mission

Chewonki is a multi-division school and camp, founded in 1915, that also partners with educational institutions to extend its mission:

Chewonki inspires transformative growth, teaches appreciation and stewardship of the natural world, and challenges people to build thriving, sustainable communities throughout their lives.

To meet the promise of our mission, Chewonki strives to be a diverse, equitable, and inclusive organization. ​Our legacy of thoughtful self-reflection and purposeful change guides our efforts to create a place where all participants and staff can flourish. We seek to hire, develop and retain talented people from all backgrounds. Individuals from non-traditional backgrounds, historically marginalized or underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply.

Residential Science Teacher
Residential Dean of Students
Classroom teacher Upper Elementary
French Teacher
Outdoor educator- Start in August 2019

Seasonal Positions
Camp Chewonki WIiderness Trip Leader– Whitewater kayak and Sea Kayak leaders needed
Seasonal Cooks
Summer Equipment & Logistics Assistant
Big Eddy Site Assistant
Camp Chewonki for Girls Trip Leader
Camp Chewonki for Girls Yurt Leader
Camp Chewonli for Boys Activity head/ Support Staff

Job/ internships: Maine Land Trust Network

Jobs & Internships posted on the Maine Land Trust Network webpage

Job title Posted by Posted Expires
Environmental Education Assistant Damariscotta River Association/ Pemaquid Watershed Association 03/11/19 04/15/19
Courtesy Boat Inspector Coordinator Friends of the Cobbossee Watershed 03/11/19 05/ 3/19
Invasive Aquatic Plant Survey and Remediation Team Friends of the Cobbossee Watershed 03/11/19 05/ 3/19
Youth Conservation Corps Coordinator Friends of the Cobbossee Watershed 03/11/19 05/ 3/19
Invasive Aquatic Plant Survey and Outreach Team Friends of the Cobbossee Watershed 03/11/19 05/ 3/19
Courtesy Boat Inspectors Friends of the Cobbossee Watershed 03/11/19 05/ 3/19
Land Manager Southeast Land Trust of New Hampshire 03/ 6/19 04/30/19
Piping Plover/Least Tern Project Intern (Southern ME) Maine Audubon 03/ 5/19 04/ 1/19
Summer Associates (seasonal, part time) Southern Maine Conservation Collaborative 03/ 4/19 03/29/19
Donor Engagement Office (full time) Maine Coast Heritage Trust 03/ 4/19 04/ 8/19
Conservation Land Stewards Lakes Region Conservation Corps (Americorps), NH 03/ 1/19 04/ 1/19
Development Director (updated) Island Heritage Trust 02/28/19 03/15/19
Summer Camp Environmental Educator Position (full time, seasonal) Maine Audubon, Gilsland Farm 02/28/19 03/25/19
Summer Preschool Environmental Educator (full time, seasonal) Gilsland Farm Audubon Center 02/28/19 03/25/19
Gear Steward (temporary) Rippleffect 02/28/19 03/28/19
Island Steward (temporary) Rippleffect 02/28/19 03/28/19
Seasonal Wilderness Education Guide Rippleffect 02/28/19 04/ 1/19
Office Manager/Volunteer Coordinator (year-round) Island Heritage Trust 02/27/19 03/13/19
Recreation Services/Seasonal Land Steward The Land & Garden Preserve 02/27/19 04/ 1/19
Education & Events Coordinator Downeast Lakes Land Trust 02/26/19 03/31/19
Nature Center Assistant Manager (seasonal, part-time) Maine Audubon 02/26/19 04/ 1/19
Nature Center Assistant (seasonal, part time) Maine Audubon 02/26/19 04/ 1/19
Store Manager (seasonal) Maine Audubon 02/26/19 04/ 1/19
Development Coordinator (full time) Harpswell Heritage Land Trust 02/25/19 03/15/19
Stover’s Point Preserve Monitor (part time, seasonal) Harpswell Heritage Land Trust 02/25/19 03/22/19
Membership & Outreach Associate (part time) Western Foothills Lands Trust 02/22/19 03/18/19
President & CEO Maine Farmland Trust 02/19/19 03/19/19
Island Caretaker (2 seasonal positions) Maine Island Trail Association 02/ 6/19 03/15/19
Nature Day Camp Assistant Leader Harpswell Heritage Land Trust 02/ 6/19 03/24/19
Summer Land Steward (full time, contract) Kennebec Estuary Land Trust 01/24/19 03/17/19
Trail Steward (6-month position) Maine Coast Heritage Trust 01/15/19 03/15/19
Executive Director Greater Lovell Land Trust 01/14/19 05/ 1/19
Development Director Midcoast Conservancy 01/ 8/19 03/15/19
Southern Maine Stewardship Assistant (seasonal, full time) Maine Coast Hertiage Trust 01/ 8/19 03/15/19
Assistant Trail Stewards Maine Coast Heritage Trust 01/ 8/19 03/15/19
Executive Director Friends of Merrymeeting Bay 08/ 7/18 07/ 1/19

 

Job: BikeMaine Event Coordinator (Position start Date 4/1, deadline to apply: Friday 3/15)

BikeMaine Event Coordinator

Bicycle Coalition of Maine
About Bike Maine

The Bicycle Coalition of Maine, Maine’s largest bike advocacy organization, offers as its signature event BikeMaine, an annual week long, 350-mile mass bicycle ride around Maine. BikeMaine promotes bicycle tourism, using a different cycle route each September to explore the inland and coastal regions of the state, with riders camping in a designated host community each of 7 nights. BikeMaine features Maine’s people, places, culture and food, and collaborates with other organizations where possible to move forward mutual goals of making Maine better.

Job Description

The Event Coordinator is responsible for developing, implementing, and improving upon the logistical and relationship components of this 8-day bicycling event. This position works closely with, and reports to, the Ride Director to guarantee the event’s success as measured by participant, community, volunteer, and sponsor satisfaction. This individual manages all logistical elements of the event, in addition to the overall implementation timeline. The Event Coordinator and Ride Director work in conjunction with the Ride Committee, which reports to the Coalition’s Board of Directors, to create and operate the event in a manner that serves the Coalition’s mission of making Maine better through biking and walking.

Successful experience in producing special events, particularly for not-for-profit institutions or charitable causes, is key, and familiarity with multi-day outdoor athletic events is a plus. Experience in organizing, coordinating, and motivating groups of staff, event participants, and volunteers is important. The position is based in Portland, but ability to travel throughout the state, including some overnight travel, is a requirement of the job.Essential Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Demonstrated ability to organize effectively with proven attention to detail.
  • Demonstrated project management skills, including proficiency in managing and prioritizing projects with multiple and often competing deadlines, and ability to work under pressure.
  • Experience in developing and managing a budget.
  • Experience with developing, implementing, and overseeing a digital marketing plan using an array of Social Media properties.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including strong organizational, detail, and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work independently, to work under supervision, and to work in a team-based and goal oriented environment.
  • Proficient with MacOS, Microsoft Office Suite, and Google Apps.
  • Ability to maintain schedules and timelines.
  • Ability to use considerable judgment and initiative required to establish work procedures.
  • Ability to travel as needed throughout Maine for required site and route scouting,  community and/or production meetings.
  • Ability to actively participate in the logistical and operational tasks of the actual Event, scheduled annually for the second full week in September, as well as pre- and post-Event activities.
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds.
  • Ability to work evening and weekend hours as necessary. Must have valid drivers’ license and excellent driving record.

Job Responsibilities

  • Develop guidelines and procedures to streamline the planning and operation of the event.
  • Manage vendors before and during week of BikeMaine (including obtaining quotes and securing contracts).
  • Manage BikeMaine’s emergency and medical protocols, working to keep up-to-date with industry best practices.
  • Work with the Ride Director to communicate with and manage Town Coordinators in the lead up to, and during, the event.
  • Work with the Volunteer Manager to identify the volunteer positions needed for the event, to assign volunteers to weeklong positions, to develop training for volunteers, and to create new volunteer positions as necessary.
  • Work with the Ride Director, Ride Committee, and consultants to plan marketing and sales promotions and marketing strategies.
  • Develop and manage event budget and expenses.
  • Manage ride registration process throughout the course of the year.
  • Manage all logistics leading up to and during the week of BikeMaine (both on route and in villages), including:
  • Purchase or rental of equipment;
  • Management, maintenance, and organization of all equipment;
  • Participation in the selection and planning of village site and rest stop and lunch stop sites.
  • Undertake continuous review of processes and procedures to refine and improve on the event.
  • Assist with other BCM events and programs as needed.

Please send resumé and cover letter to ride@bikemaine.org no later than March 15, 2019

Additional Job Information

Note that providing a salary range is not required, but is a practice that models transparency and is one recommended strategy for advancing equitable compensation.

Salary:
Category: Program/Project Management
Job Type:
Start Date: 4/1/19
Region Portland Area
Specific Location:

Application Details

How To Apply: Send resumé and cover letter to ride@bikemaine.org
Application Deadline: 3/15/2019

Job: Education & Events Coordinator: Downeast Lakes land Trust (Deadline to apply 3/31/19)

Education and Events Coordinator, Downeast Lakes Land Trust

The Downeast Lakes Land Trust (DLLT) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Grand Lake Stream, with a mission to contribute to the long-term economic and environmental well-being of the Downeast Lakes region through the conservation and exemplary management of its forests and waters.  DLLT sustainably manages the 55,678-acre Downeast Lakes Community Forest for wildlife habitat, forest products, and public recreation.

We have built an outstanding outdoor education program, and our goal is to maintain the excellence of this program.  In addition, we are always seeking to build stronger connections between local residents, visitors, and the natural resources that sustain the economy, all while educating future generations and building their appreciation for the natural environment and sustainable use of forest resources.  We seek an energetic, motivated individual to fill the role of Education and Events Coordinator (EEC).

The EEC will lead DLLT’s education program and assume substantial responsibilities for event planning. The EEC works under the supervision of the Deputy Director.  This is a full-time position which will require some work on weekends, holidays, and during non-traditional hours.

Specific areas of responsibility include:

Education Program Development & Implementation:

  • Under the direction of the Deputy Director, the EEC will develop and lead education programs that support DLLT’s mission and initiatives.
  • Foster partnerships with local schools, camps, and other organizations.Evaluate and report program outcomes.

Outreach and Event Planning:

  • Under the direction of the Deputy Director, the EEC will assist in developing print, online, and social media outreach materials and donor communications.
  • Plan and coordinate outreach and special events, and will provide information on and promote DLLT programs, plans, and policies to the DLLT community.
  • Represent DLLT at public events and communicate DLLT’s work to broad audiences.
    Contribute to DLLT’s ongoing efforts to develop relationships with diverse donors and supporters.

Committee Support:

  • Prepare reports to the committees and board and participates in the Education Committee meetings and other meetings as needed.

Volunteer Development:

  • Assist in development of DLLT’s volunteer program, including recruitment and acknowledgement of volunteers.
    Manage volunteers working in the EEC’s areas of responsibility.

Administrative Support:

  • Assist other staff as needed to promote DLLT’s mission and achieve objectives related to all of DLLT’s diverse programs and projects.

Location:
The position is based in Grand Lake Stream, Maine.  This is a small, rural community (winter pop. 100) with a traditional natural resource-based economy focused on outdoor recreational tourism and the timber products industry.

Qualifications:
Must have demonstrated educational experience, including teaching in both classroom and outdoor settings.
Outstanding interpersonal skills with children and adults of all ages, and a demonstrated ability to form partnerships with individuals, agencies, and organizations are required.  Excellent verbal and written communication skills are critical. Experience with public speaking both with, and without, the use of audiovisual aids.  Must be comfortable living and working in a small community in rural Maine.  Experience and comfort with outdoor recreation activities including hiking, boating, and winter sports are preferred.  Current wilderness medical certification (WFA or higher), or willingness to obtain certification within 3 months of employment, is required.  Knowledge of natural sciences such as ecology and natural resource management a plus, and a Bachelor’s degree (or higher) in a closely related field is preferred.

Compensation: Salary and benefits (including health, vacation, and retirement) commensurate with qualifications and comparable to similar positions.

Additional Job Information

Note that providing a salary range is not required, but is a practice that models transparency and is one recommended strategy for advancing equitable compensation.

Other, Program/Project Management, Teacher
Full-Time
Down East – Northern
Grand Lake Stream

Application Details

Send resume, cover letter, and contact info for 3 references in a single document by email to search@downeastlakes.org, ATTN: Education & Events Coordinator. For more information on the Downeast Lakes Land Trust, see www.downeastlakes.org. DLLT is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All applications must be received by Sunday, March 31st.
3/31/2019

Job: Environmental Education Assistant, with Damariscotta River Association

Environmental Education Assistant

Damariscotta River Association/Pemaquid Watershed Association

Position Reports to: Director of Education and Environmental Monitoring

Mission:  Since its founding in 1973, the Damariscotta River Association (DRA) has worked to promote the health of the Damariscotta River Estuary and the human communities that rely on it by conserving and creating access to cherished properties and islands, monitoring and promoting water quality, and providing opportunities for learning about the region’s rich natural, cultural, and historical heritage.

Impact: DRA-PWA currently provides experiential ecology and natural history programs for more than 3,800 people of all ages annually. The water quality monitoring and other environmental monitoring programs provide science-based information to the community and engage citizen volunteers.

Position Summary:  The Environmental Education Assistant works directly with the DRA-PWA Education Director on a year-round, half-time basis to create, schedule, promote, teach, and evaluate a wide variety of school group and public programs for people of all ages. Program topics include natural history, ecology, Wabanaki culture, raising oysters, invasive species, outdoor living skills, and water quality. This position requires the candidate to be proficient in natural sciences and be an excellent teacher.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate summer nature day camp in collaboration with Education Director. This may include; developing curriculum, scheduling contract instructors, managing registrations, conducting programs in the field, managing a councilor-in-training program for young teens and evaluating all aspects of the program.
  • Teach school group and public programs (preschoolers to adults) on a wide variety of natural history and cultural history topics in both indoor and outdoor settings and in a variety of weather conditions.
  • Work with Communications Manager to promote programs in printed schedules, press releases, website and Facebook.

Additional Functions:

  • Assist with the maintenance of equipment and supplies.
  • Develop and maintain partnerships with other non-profits, universities, and government agencies to support educational goals.
  • Participate in staff meetings, education committee and related meetings, as well as DRA-PWA events as needed.
  • Assist in coordinating education program volunteers. This includes volunteer scheduling, training, and communication to ensure quality programming.
  • Translate science for the general public both orally and in writing, with a focus on watersheds, water quality and estuary ecology.

Qualifications:

  • BA/BS or Masters (preferred) Degree in a natural science, environmental education or related degree
  • At least two years conducting related work.
  • A demonstrated ability to teach, work independently, write effectively, and work as a team player within a group are required.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
Hold a Wilderness First Aid certification or be willing to obtain one.

Language Skills:
Excellent oral communication and presentation skills. Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general science periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, and governmental regulations. Ability to take meeting notes, edit reports, and conduct related correspondence by email and other electronic and written methods. Ability to effectively respond to requests and questions from DRA-PWA staff, representatives of participating schools, and the general public.

Technical Skills:
A demonstrated the ability to use appropriate technology to process, store, and retrieve data. This includes appropriate software skill levels for word processing, spreadsheets, visual presentations, and telecommunications.

Physical Demands:
Must be able to swim, walk 3 miles at a rigorous pace, and lift up to 50 lbs.

Additional Helpful Skills 

  • Captain’s license, lifeguard certificate and/or Maine Guide license
  • Grant-writing experience
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Excel
  • Ability to interpret water quality and ecological population data

Work Schedule
Approximately 18 hours weekly. Flexibility in hours will be essential as some evening and weekend hours are occasionally required.

Compensation
Salary Range: $18-$22/hour, depending on experience

Additional Job Information

Note that providing a salary range is not required, but is a practice that models transparency and is one recommended strategy for advancing equitable compensation.

$18-$22/hour
Other
Part-Time
Mid Coast – Northern
Damariscotta

Application Details

Submit a letter of intent, résumé, and three references to Sarah Gladu. At least one reference must be from someone who has observed you teaching children.

Job: Natural Resource and Land Stewardship Manager, Hartford, VT (deadline to apply March 15)

Natural Resource and Land Stewardship Manager
Hartford VT

Position Summary:

Under the primary supervision of the Senior Regional Director-North, this position is responsible for providing leadership in land and boundary stewardship for the Appalachian National Scenic Trail in the assigned region. The Natural Resource & Land Stewardship Manager facilitates collaboration and cooperation between Trail-maintaining Clubs and public-agency partners to achieve monitoring and management of tracts and boundaries that protect the Appalachian Trail. This position is responsible for supporting and coordinating regional land monitoring and maintenance programs, collecting, organizing and analyzing boundary data, conducting boundary monitoring and maintenance training, conducting and coordinating encroachment mitigation efforts, supporting natural resource stewardship efforts and supervising seasonal Boundary Technicians. The Stewardship Manager will work in a dynamic team environment with ATC staff, Trail volunteers, the National Park Service, the National Park Service Land Acquisition Office for National Scenic Trails, the US Forest Service, numerous state agencies, and other land management partners to address priority Trail resource management goals.

See the Environmental Careers Opportunity webpage for more details
Apply by March 15

Job: Innovative Science Educator: Chewonki Maine Coast Semester (Position Open Until Filled)

Seeking innovative Science educator to join the faculty of  Maine Coast Semester at Chewonki

History of Maine Coast Semester at Chewonki

Now in its 30th year, Maine Coast Semester at Chewonki serves academically ambitious high school juniors from across the United States and around the world. What draws this diverse student body to Maine’s Midcoast is an insatiable curiosity about the natural world; a commitment to environmental stewardship; and the desire to be part of a uniquely progressive learning community.

Maine Coast Semester at Chewonki has a “once-in-a-career” science teaching opportunity to join the faculty at one of the premier semester schools in the United States. Building on a scientific legacy that began with Roger Tory Peterson, the next teacher has the opportunity to integrate the very best of Chewonki’s natural history-based approach to studying the ecosystems of the Maine Coast with unique local resources and dynamic pedagogy available today.

Chewonki Mission

Chewonki is a multi-division school and camp, founded in 1915, that also partners with educational institutions to extend its mission:

Chewonki inspires transformative growth, teaches appreciation and stewardship of the natural world, and challenges people to build thriving, sustainable communities throughout their lives.

To meet the promise of our mission, Chewonki strives to be a diverse, equitable, and inclusive organization. ​Our legacy of thoughtful self-reflection and purposeful change guides our efforts to create a place where all participants and staff can flourish. We seek to hire, develop and retain talented people from all backgrounds. Individuals from non-traditional backgrounds, historically marginalized or underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply.


The ideal candidate has:

A high level of interest in teaching exceptionally motivated high school juniors in a semester school that values both intellectual pursuits, as well as building strong relationships with students and colleagues in order to foster a thriving sustainable community.

Is an excellent communicator who is comfortable using a variety of instructional strategies and enjoys working creatively and collaboratively to develop place-based curricula that includes field work and promotes interdisciplinary thinking.

A proven record of engaging students in place-based learning, fostering critical reading and writing skills, and inspiring a love of learning.

Responsibilities include designing place-based curriculum and teaching Maine Coast Semester’s honors natural history course that takes full advantage of our unique setting on the midcoast of Maine; advising a small group of students, serving as a member of the residential faculty and acting as a cabin parent (see below for a more detailed description of responsibilities).

Preferred qualifications include:

  • Ability to develop close working relationships with all constituencies including students, families, faculty, and administration.
  • Ability to allow for ambiguity; and to analytically and strategically solve complex educational problems; to work on teams and to participate effectively with colleagues from all parts of the Chewonki Foundation.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to adapt your message to students, families, faculty, and administration.
  • Willingness to embrace the lifestyle of working and living in a dynamic semester school by being a team-player, eagerly assuming many roles, and devoting the time required to model excellence in job performance.
  • Commitment to active collaboration while also possessing the internal, self-starter motivation to learn independently.


SUMMARY DESCRIPTION

Maine Coast Semester co-disciplinary science teachers collaboratively teach three sections of a place-based honors natural history course that intersects with the program’s environmental science and mathematics courses.  Science is required for all students and is central to the program. The science teacher spends approximately five hours twice a week in the field, complementing the work in the classroom by visiting rocky intertidal zones, sandy shores, salt marshes, ponds, streams, bogs, and forests.  Science teachers also support students to develop an appreciation for the beauty, complexity, and interconnectedness of natural surroundings.

Position Title: Science Teacher
Permanent/Temporary:  Permanent
Reports to:  Head of Semester School
Exempt/Non-exempt:  Exempt
Benefits Eligible:  Yes

Learn more an apply:
https://chewonki.org/jobs/residential-science-teacher/