Turtle Bay Exploration Park, located in beautiful Northern California, is
seeking an enthusiastic, creative and experienced team player to join the
education department. Reporting to the Education & Program Manager, the
educator develops and implements interactive, engaging and learner-centered
interdisciplinary education programs for museum, family and school
programs, takes the lead on natural science programming and training and
provides direct supervision of teen and adult volunteers.

Requirements include B.S. degree or related experience; at least one-year
of specialized study/training in education or subject area related to
forestry, biology, earth science, chemistry, physics or museum studies;
minimum of two-years supervision experience and one-year experience
creating, implementing, and evaluating educational programs. This is a
fulltime, benefited position.

To learn more about our organization and upcoming exhibitions go to:
http://www.turtlebay.org/. For more details and a full job description
visit: http://www.turtlebay.org/about/employment. Email cover letter,
resume and three professional references to: Edjobs@turtlebay.org.****

– Location: Redding, CA****
– Compensation: $30,000 – $33,280 annually +benefits****
– This is at a non-profit organization.****
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Mary Harper****

Education & Programs Manager****

Turtle Bay Exploration Park****

1335 Arboretum Drive Suite A****

Redding, CA 96003****