Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of PAEE Annual Conference 2022
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Summer Field School Supervisor
Wildlife Leadership Academy The Field School Supervisor is responsible for overseeing the safety and well-being of all camp staff and participants during their time with us at field school. The Field School Supervisor communicates and solves problems calmly and respectfully with parents, field school staff, instructors, health care coordinators, the caterer and field school facilities staff. The Field School Supervisor liaisons with the home office to ensure a smooth transition of field school paperwork, materials, and logistical details to camp and will use this information to oversee high quality logistical implementation by the all Academy support staff.
Environmental Education Summer Internship
Wildwood Park, Dauphin County Parks and Recreation We are looking for a creative, enthusiastic, and organized intern to prepare for and lead hands-on, outdoor environmental education programs and day camps for school-aged children. The intern will gain valuable experiences learning about natural history, outdoor activities, and teaching techniques. Successful candidates should have a strong desire to teach and share their knowledge of and enthusiasm for the natural world with others. A background in education or the natural sciences is strongly encouraged.
Currently earning or possessing a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Environmental Education, Environmental Science, Education, Parks and Recreation, Biology and/or related fields. Strong interest in education, the environment and natural history Strong organization and communication skills Ability to work outdoors in a wide range of weather conditions and the ability to walk Wildwood’s trails and participate in other outdoor activities
8:00 am – 4:00 pm, Monday – Friday
Send a resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
National Aviary The National Aviary's Program Specialist is part of a dynamic and energetic Education Department performing all job assignments with a positive attitude that reflects the National Aviary's mission to inspire a respect for nature through an appreciation of birds. The Program Specialist develops formal, informal, and interpretive education programs and materials, coordinates and facilitates education programs and interpretation, actively participates in bird handling, and supports the volunteer coordinator in mentoring National Aviary volunteers on interpretation.
A full description is available at https://www.aviary.org/about-us/jobs/
Science Communications Fellowship
Pennsylvania Sea Grant College Program Pennsylvania Sea Grant seeks a science communications fellow who is passionate about science and eager to utilize communications skills to ‘make sense of science’ for key audiences by assisting in the creation of content for print materials, creative content for online and social media, video production and photography, updating WordPress website content, and other communications duties as assigned.
The communications fellow will work with the Pennsylvania communications lead to develop written and visual communications that highlight Pennsylvania Sea Grant research, extension, and education programs. Activities may include drafting content for press releases, fact sheets, online and social media content, assisting in the production of short videos and audio stories, conducting interviews, field photography and videography, and other communications duties as assigned.
Candidates must be motivated self-starters, comfortable with taking initiative and a level of working remotely. Must possess strong interpersonal, written, and electronic communications skills.
Occasional weekend and evening hours are anticipated. This position may require local travel, and overnight travel for statewide meetings and conferences. Occasional travel throughout the U.S. for regional and national meetings and conferences may also be expected. Other related duties as assigned or requested, and the program reserves the right to add or change duties at any time.
Climate Resiliency Outreach Fellowship
Pennsylvania Sea Grant College Program Pennsylvania Sea Grant seeks a one-year climate resiliency fellow to assist with implementing climate and community resilience programs in the Erie, Pennsylvania region.
Coastal communities are becoming increasingly vulnerable to both the short and long-term impacts of extreme weather and climate variability. The region has been facing weather events such as coastal flooding, high wind, tornados, blizzards, and severe storms. Overcoming these events and rising above the aftermath has become a new normal for residents, business owners, and community leaders.
To assist the Erie community, Pennsylvania Sea Grant has been a leader in facilitating the Community Resilience Action Network of Erie (CRANE), which is an alliance of agencies and organizations in the region that are dedicated to projects and programs that build resilience and help connect Erie residents with resources to plan and prepare for disasters in an organized and pre-emptive manner.
Pennsylvania Sea Grant is seeking a driven, energetic, and dynamic individual to assist with implementing climate and community resilience programs in the Erie area, including participation in CRANE, assisting with climate education and outreach, engaging stakeholders and community members, and connecting with community partners.
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Alliance for Watershed Education Fellow: Bristol/Croydon Focused
Heritage Conservancy The Delaware River Watershed Fellowship is a 12 week, paid summer job opportunity designed to introduce young people from local communities to careers in environmental education. Fellows are hired at one of 23 environmental education centers across the Delaware River Watershed. Fellows participate in training sessions to help prepare them for a summer of helping people connect with nature and informing their local communities about issues affecting the Delaware River, the source of drinking water for 13 million people living in the region. Heritage Conservancy, a member of the Alliance for Watershed Education (AWE), is seeking to hire a Fellow from the Bristol or Croydon area to help connect with local community members around protecting the Delaware River and its waterways.
Heritage Conservancy The role of a Conservation Steward Intern is to assist Heritage Conservancy with maintenance and management of our preserved properties throughout Bucks County and gain experience at a nationally accredited land trust. This internship offers the opportunity to gain a thorough knowledge of Heritage Conservancy’s preserved properties and the maintenance required to properly care for these important natural areas that make Bucks County so unique and beautiful. Learn about the workings of a nationally accredited land trust and gain hands-on experience in conservation stewardship. This opportunity is great for students majoring in Natural Resource Management, Environmental Sciences, Conservation Biology, Biology, Ecology or other related science major. Other majors will also be considered.