Read on for open positions with BEETLES Partners:
Field Instructor, Program Coordinator, Program Leader: Northwest Outdoor Science School
“The Northwest Outdoor Science School is looking for staff members to join our organization. As a staff member, you will positively influence the lives of hundreds of students. You will teach sixth-graders about the ecology of the Pacific Northwest. You will help to develop the leadership and teaching skills of high school and college students. You will work with other enthusiastic, talented adults. All the while, you’ll be in the beautiful outdoors of NW Oregon.”
For more information and the application: http://www.nwoutdoorschool.org/employment.html
Camp Executive Director: Sierra Nevada Journeys, Grizzly Creek Ranch
“We are seeking a Camp Executive Director for the next chapter of leadership. Sierra Nevada Journeys delivers innovative outdoor, science-based education programs for 8,000 youth annually, primarily from underserved communities. The Camp Executive Director provides leadership for the Grizzly Creek Ranch camp (Portola, CA), overseeing all aspects of the operation and mission-aligned program delivery, leading a strong team of professional and seasonal staff, and defining and implementing excellent operational and relational systems. Leaders of leaders, system innovators, excellent managers, those who value relationships — you are invited to shape the next chapter of Grizzly Creek Ranch. Kaleidoscope, inc. is conducting the search on behalf of Sierra Nevada Journeys. To request an application packet, contact SNJcamps@kaleidoscopeinc.com.”
For more information and the application: https://www.sierranevadajourneys.org/jobs
Graduate Residency in Environmental Education and Science Communication: College of Natural Resources, McCall Outdoor Science School
This one-year cohort-based program leads to a Master’s of Natural Resources in Environmental Education and Science Communication. It is a great program for folks just out of undergrad who want to get some experience while building a skill-set that would enhance their ability to do community-engaged learning around natural resources. It’s also a great option for professionals seeking to advance their careers. Because we are a cohort-based program on a small campus, our students get a ton of support from peers and faculty. Our classes are field-based, hands-on and experiential, and as part of the program our graduate students get to do 13 weeks of a mentored teaching practicum in our McCall Outdoor Science School.
For more information and the application: www.uidaho.edu/moss.