Opportunity to teach environmental and science public programs in a very diverse and multicultural community. Serve as a natural science resource for visitors, members, volunteers, and staff in accordance with the Mass Audubon’s goals and objectives.
Qualifications: BA or BS, preferably in biology or earth science, environmental studies or science education a minimum. Familiarity with inquiry-based education and ability to develop curriculum aligned to city and state standards. Previous experience as an educator preferred. Excellent verbal and written communication skills and ability to work cooperatively and independently required. Demonstrated ability to promote and respect diversity of ethnic, cultural, linguistic backgrounds and, physical and mental disabilities. Demonstrated interpersonal skills and commitment to helping others grow in understanding of and concern for the environment and people’s relationship to it. Fluency in English/Spanish (or other language) desirable. Work either 3, 6 or 8 hr programs depending on availability; ability to lead walks on trails, current first aid/CPR, and a valid driver’s license. Must be able to lift 40 pounds.
Compensation and Benefits: $12 to $15 per hour.
To inquire about this position:
Please send resume and cover letter by email or US mail to:
Boston Nature Center
500 Walk Hill Street
Mattapan, MA 02126
Greater Boston residents are strongly encouraged to apply. Every inquiry will be treated confidentially.