Tampa Bay Watch Needs Senior Environmental Educator in Tampa/St. Pete

Qualifications: BS degree in education, environmental or marine science with two or more years of marine science educational experience. Masters preferred.

Must be familiar with Florida coastal ecosystems and have the ability to work with students and adults to advance marine science education in Tampa Bay.

Salary: Based upon experience. Health insurance, life insurance and retirement savings programs available.

Responsibilities: Senior level position primarily responsible for implementing coastal environmental education and outreach programs for Tampa Bay Watch. Activities include advancement of the Tampa Bay Watch marine science curriculum, daily school district student field trips, summer camp programs, youth community outreach activities, grant management, and others. Position requires highly motivated and organized, hardworking individual who can coordinate a diverse group of students and adults to undertake community coastal education and restoration programs. Requires physical ability to accomplish field trip activities in the great Florida outdoors year-round.

Please visit our website to find out more about our education and restoration program activities at www.tampabaywatch.org.

Contact: Please no phone calls. Email resume and supporting materials to: resumes@tampabaywatch.org.

About Tampa Bay Watch, Inc.
Tampa Bay Watch is a non-profit environmental stewardship program devoted exclusively to the charitable and scientific purpose of restoring and protecting the marine and wetland environment of the Tampa Bay estuary. Our program utilizes trained professional staff to monitor and protect the bay, and to serve as a coordinating conduit for public restoration and education activities. Tampa Bay Watch provides an avenue for community groups, civic organizations, high school students and other interested individuals to participate in education and restoration activities, including: salt marsh plantings, oyster reef construction, seagrass transplanting, scallop restoration and monitoring, marine debris projects and other community based restoration and education activities.