Save The River is seeking a full-time temporary Education Coordinator to develop K-12 curriculum, organize and host school field trips and citizen science workshops, and develop print and online publications focusing on native mussel restoration.
This position will work directly with Save The River’s Program Manager to develop and implement education and community engagement output goals for the NYSDEC Invasive Species Research Grant. The Education Coordinator will also work with partner agencies including the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe Environmental Division, New York State Museum, and NYSDEC to develop protocols and metrics for public citizen scientist workshops. The Education Coordinator will work with STR staff and partners to host community workshops assisting in the native mussel relocation project in the Lower Grasse River.
Duties will include working with educators and students to develop program material, developing and hosting citizen science workshops working with project partners, authoring publications and press releases, and other duties as assigned. The position will involve both office work, meetings to coordinate education programs and citizen science workshops, and fieldwork. For more information about the native mussel relocation project visit: NYSDEC Grasse River Mussel Relocation Project
Deadline to apply: April 2, 2020
View the full job description here.
To apply: Send resume, cover letter, and contact information for at least one professional and one personal reference to Save The River, 409 Riverside Drive, Clayton, New York 13624, or email full application package to firstname.lastname@example.org. In order to expedite the internal sorting and reviewing process, please write your name (Last, First) and Education Coordinator as the subject line of your email.