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Watershed Educator (TNACI)
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Deadline to Apply:
Monday, January 16, 2017, 11:45pm
- Work with TNACI Director to determine target audiences and set educational priorities for those audiences to maximize educational value
- Implement partnerships with land trusts to improve freshwater management on protected lands
- Develop relationships with regional education and conservation organizations to improve freshwater literacy
- Develop education programs for ecotourism guides to help them share knowledge of southeastern animals and conservation actions with their clients
- Conduct professional development on watershed science, such as Project WET workshops or TNACI-based curricula, for high school science teachers
- Expand high school and citizen science outreach in water quality monitoring through programs, such as Project WET or Georgia Adopt-A-Stream workshops
- Assist TNACI science team with offering training for scientists on outreach techniques
- Evaluate the success of education programs in reaching priorities and adjusts as needed
- Assist in delivering educational programs that teach watershed conservation and aquatic ecology
- Work with the Education Department to place freshwater conservation messages in educational programs
- Interface with TNACI partners including university professors, government agency personnel, and other non-profit organizations to maximize outreach and educational opportunities for the Aquarium and TNACI
- Assist with TNACI science programs to enhance personal knowledge of southeastern conservation issues
Outdoor fieldwork in all seasons/conditions; occasional overnight trips to attend workshops or meetings
- Bachelors of Education or Science is required.
- Outdoor recreation or land stewardship experience preferred.
- Certification in Project WET, Project WILD, or Georgia Adopt-A-Stream preferred.
- Effective communication, interpersonal, and problem solving skills.
- Knowledge of freshwater conservation issues.
- Knowledge of informal learning techniques.
- Ability to communicate effectively with people from a wide variety of backgrounds.
- Computer skills and familiarity with Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and Access.
Full Time, hourly; weekend (Saturday and/or Sunday) work required.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates may apply online at https://tnaqua.gatherdocs.com/listing/3339.
All submissions must be received by January 16, 2017.