Marine Science Educator Job Openings- Discovery Hall Programs, Dauphin Island Sea Lab

Geosystems Research Institute
January 22, 2013

Discovery Hall Programs (DHP) of the Dauphin Island Sea Lab has openings for two marine science educators to work within a collaborative education and outreach group. These are full-time, year-round positions with benefits.

DHP educators develop and teach high quality on-site and off-site hands-on informal educational programs (field-based, in-class and distance learning) about marine and coastal issues to K-12 students, teachers and the general public during the school year and during the summer months. Off-site programs include overnight travel throughout the state as part of the BayMobile program as well as occasional outreach events. Educators may also work on grant-funded projects, assist in our public aquarium, make presentations at national and state conferences, participate in professional development activities, develop web content/tools, and assist in evaluations of DHP programs. To learn more about DHP activities, please go to: Discovery Hall Programs.

To view the complete Press Release: Dauphin Island Sea Lab News.

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