ACAP Humber Arm is seeking a reliable and outgoing person for the position of Marine Science Educator.
- Knowledge of marine science terminology and water quality issues
- Training or experience in using water quality testing devices
- Confident public speaker
- Experience working with groups of students an asset
- Willingness to work in outdoor setting aboard a large passenger vessel
- The ability to work independently
- The successful candidate will be asked to provide a certificate of conduct and complete first aid training.
The successful candidate will be primarily responsible for the delivery of ACAP Humber Arm’s Trading Books For Boats program. This includes
- Establishing schedule for participating classes (approximately 25 classes)
- Informing schools and school board bussing depot of bussing needs/schedule
- Providing background information and required forms to participating teachers
- Securing necessary supplies
- Calibrating equipment
- Delivering program:
- a powerpoint presentation on concepts and terminology
- on boat session on water quality issues including water quality testing conducted by students
- guide students through established learning stations and completion of workbook
- in-class follow-up (if requested by teacher)
- Data entry
- Program evaluation with teachers and students
- A valid driver’s license and use of a private vehicle is required. Mileage reimbursement is offered.
- Twelve week position with possibility for extension.
- Variable Monday to Friday.
- 35 hours per week. Hours to vary within 8am to 4:30pm frame (no lunch break), Monday to Friday.
- Latest possible start date is Tues, Sept 12th
- Candidate must be available for the duration without any need for extended time off
- 3 references
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mail: P.O. Box 564, Corner Brook, NL, A2H 6E6
- In Person: Office 2020, Forest Centre, Grenfell Campus
Resumes must be RECEIVED by 12 noon, Wednesday, August 31st.
ACAP Humber Arm Inc. is a not-for-profit organization serving the Bay of Islands and Humber Valley regions of western Newfoundland. The Association is governed by a volunteer board of director’s representing a diverse range of stakeholders from the fields of academia, government, first nations, industry, economic development and the community at large. With a strong history of stakeholder engagement, credible scientific research and innovative responses to community needs, ACAP Humber Arm has established itself as a leader in integrated coastal management. Efforts are concentrated in the areas of: marine water quality, coastal land use planning, and environmental education.