Summer Programs Instructor

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Deadline to Apply:

Sunday, May 1, 2022, 12:00pm

Address:

McCall, ID
United States

Job Category:

Job

Job Type:

Other

Job Description:

https://www.uidaho.edu/cnr/mccall-field-campus/programs-and-services/moss

Position Type: Seasonal, full time 
Compensation: $18.00/hr, ~40hrs per week
Employment Dates June 13- August 5th, 2022 
On-campus housing options: Available- $300-350/month
Meal Plan options: Available throughout the summer when Residential Programs in session
Supervisor: MOSS K12 Programs Coordinator

MAJOR FUNCTION: The major function of this position is to design programs that align with the MOSS philosophy, instruct program participants, and facilitate effective science education. 

 

RESPONSIBILITIES: 

80% Assist MOSS Programs by:                               

  • Designing and coordinating outdoor science programs for middle and high school students
  • Facilitating science education and leadership programming for residential program participants (see below for individual program descriptions)
  • Organizing and running the MOSS store
  • Maintaining and assessing broken teaching gear -- data collection tools, etc.
  • Large variety of tasks as assigned 
  • 20% Contribute to Team effort by:                                                                          
  • Participating in scheduled instructor meetings
  • Performing other duties as assigned  
  • Filling in for other IH positions on campus as needed

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Knowledge and practice in implementation of the McCall Outdoor Science School education philosophy, outdoor leadership and environmental education curriculum and practices.
  • Demonstrated ability to: design and conduct outdoor environmental education programs for all ages; perform basic computer skills including Internet, email, spreadsheets and word processing.
  • Willingness to: carry out oral and written instructions of direct supervisor. 
  • Ability to: to follow risk management practices per organization, address concerns and needs in residential and commercial environments and to work variable seasonal hours and to be on call as needed.
  • Current Wilderness First Aid and CPR certifications.
  • Ability to pass a federal background check.
     

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS

  • Experience with: the general public/public setting, working in a service related industry, managing small crews, project layout and assignment, working in a university/academic environment.
  • Demonstrated dependability: commitment to teamwork, effective communication and using effective human relations skills.
  • Skills associated with: running a cashier station with cash box, and inventorying gear.

How to Apply:

Send a resume and lettter of interest to Beth Kochevar at ekochevar@uidaho.edu