The Seattle Aquarium is hiring eight to 10 seasonal marine science instructors (MSIs) to join the school and public programs team. MSIs work with a professional team of marine educators to provide in-depth informal science programs serving K–12 students, teachers and lifelong learners in the greater Seattle area and beyond.
Join the Seattle Aquarium in a virtual, participatory conference focused on facilitating dialogue between researchers and practitioners who are interested in exploring the role of empathy in influencing attitudes, behaviors, and intentions toward conservation.
The Seattle Aquarium is seeking to increase its capacity to develop and deliver digital content to engage students and families at home, in their schools and in their communities. We are seeking a creative, organized and collaborative individual to facilitate the creation of engaging digital content for the Seattle Aquarium audience.
If spending an entire summer playing with youth and helping them explore our marine environment at an aquarium sounds better than spending it sitting at a desk in a windowless office, then Seattle Aquarium marine summer camp might be for you! We have two full-time, summer-long jobs available to help our team inspire a love of the marine environment for campers ages 4 to 14. Engage with the natural world and create memories that will last a lifetime.
If spending an entire summer playing with youth and helping them explore our marine environment at an aquarium sounds better than spending it sitting at a desk in a windowless office, then Seattle Aquarium marine summer camp might be for you! We have four full-time, summer-long jobs available to help our team inspire a love of the marine environment for campers ages 4 to 14. Engage with the natural world and create memories that will last a lifetime.
Seattle Aquarium is hiring 3, full time Empathy Fellows to join the community engagement (CE) team. Empathy Fellows will have opportunities to learn about local marine life and conservation efforts, develop personal and professional goals, and become effective educators, facilitators, and advocates for marine conservation, empathy, and their communities. Fellows will culturally and linguistically reflect the community in which they will be working. Grant funded for one year.
We are accepting applications for the following part-time, temporary positions:
• Community Science Instructor (170 hours average, February–June)
• Marine Science Instructor (190 hours average, February–June)
To apply: To view all open job descriptions and application instructions, visit SeattleAquarium.org/careers.
Applications are opened until filled.
Visit our job board to read specific application deadlines and instructions.
The Seattle Aquarium is hiring a part-time marine science outreach educator to join its school and public programs team. The marine science outreach educator will focus on implementing programs for the early childhood–12th grade school outreach programs within the school and public programs section. The educator will work with the school programs outreach coordinator to ensure the ongoing excellence of programs and to assist with the coordination and development of new programming as needed.
The Seattle Aquarium is looking for a principal evaluator (PE) to join the conservation engagement and learning team. The PE will work with the director of conservation engagement and learning to create and foster an evaluation culture at the Aquarium, where staff regularly use evaluation as a tool to improve programs and use evaluative thinking every day to make better decisions.