Job Opportunity: Education Coordinator, North Carolina

The North Carolina Research Reserve in Beaufort, NC has an opening for an Education Coordinator, closing May 28. For details visit

Job Opportunity: Director of Education and Exhibits, Florida

The Florida Oceanographic Society has an opening for Director of Education and Exhibits. For details visit:

Job Opportunity: Merrimack River Watershed Council Executive Director, Massachusetts

– The Merrimack River Watershed Council is seeking applications for Executive Director to oversee day-to-day operations. This includes cultivating key partnerships and donor relationships; acting as the champion and voice of the Merrimack River; ensuring that all products and projects are produced and carried out in an effective, professional, and timely manner; overseeing staff and volunteers; and developing and managing the budget. The Executive Director is also responsible for developing and implementing short- and long-term strategic plans. Applications are due by June 1.

Job Opportunity: Educator and Naturalist, Massachusetts

Crane Beach Educator & Naturalist


The Trustees of Reservations is seeking to hire a Beach Naturalist and Educator to assist the Crane Estate engagement programs in Ipswich, Massachusetts. The position encompasses a wide variety of tasks related to public interpretation and education of the coastal resources of the Crane Estate.

Job Opportunity: Naturalist, Maine

Ferry Beach Ecology School in Saco, Maine has openings for naturalists for the Fall 2010 season. Details here.

Job Opportunity – School Program Coordinator, Virginia

The Marine Science Consortium is seeking a creative and talented educator to fill a School Program Coordinator position. This full-time, year-round position is a key part of the program leadership team and is responsible for the coordination and oversight of MSC’s busy and growing school program. This includes staff leadership, program development, day to day coordination, and serving as a member of the MSC Leadership Team.  Preferred Start Date: June 1st, 2010 Application Deadline: May 14th. Interviews begin immediately. Position opened until filled.
Contact at  Phone 757-824-5636, Fax 757-824-5637,

Job Opportunity – Marine Educator, Florida

Mote Marine Laboratory has an opening for a dedicated and enthusiastic marine science educator to work within a creative, collaborative, and committed education work group. The Marine Science Educator II will work closely with the Public and School Programs Coordinators, under the supervision of the Center Director, to teach and assist in the development of on-site and outreach educational programs based at Mote field stations around Florida. Programs can occur on land, boats, and in the water. This position will be specifically tasked with 1) creating and leading weekend programs, 2) coordinating First-Year High School Internship Program (and aquarium care), 3) developing programming and curricula for schools and underserved audiences, and 4) managing content updates for CSPP pages on Mote website (among other duties).
For more information contact Tim Oldread

Job Opportunity: Facility Supervisor, California

The SEA Lab is looking for a facility supervisor.  The SEA Lab is based in Redondo Beach and is a program of the Los Angeles Conservation Corps. The Facilities Supervisor implements the mission of the LA Conservation Corps by providing a space for young people and adults to gain an understanding and appreciation for our local marine environment and training for young adults and volunteers in the care and maintenance of marine animals, display systems, and research experiences thus contributing to their personal and career opportunities. The Facility Supervisor is responsible for the supervision, work project leadership, public aquarium maintenance, education support, and animal care requirements of the SEA Lab.  To learn more about the LA Conservation Corps, visit

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Job Opportunity: Projects Coordinator, Massachusetts

The Massachusetts Bays Program (MBP) is seeking applicants for a Special Projects Coordinator to work on a wide range of progressive estuarine protection and restoration initiatives throughout Massachusetts and Cape Cod Bay. The Special Projects Coordinator will manage diverse habitat protection and stormwater mitigation projects, develop outreach initiatives related to core program areas, and cultivates relationships with key partners. The coordinator will also assist the MBP Director in many additional aspects of program administration including the facilitation of management committee meetings, responding to program inquiries and requests, and managing the MBP Municipal Grant Program. Applications are due by May 14.

Job Opportunity – Environmental Educator, Florida

The Sanibel Sea School is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting marine conservation through experiential education, located on Sanibel Island, Florida. A detailed description of Sanibel Sea School,  programs and course offerings may be found on

The Environmental Educator is the curriculum supervisor of, and an instructor for Sanibel Sea School, Inc. The Environmental Educator reports to the Executive Director, and is responsible for the organization’s achievement of its mission through the planning and execution of an excellent curriculum of experiential education centered on marine environments and conservation.