From: Ecological Society of America: grants, jobs, news [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Emily Eng
Sent: Tuesday, April 13, 2010 10:52 AM
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Subject: [ECOLOG-L] Marine Science Instructor Intern Position Available
*Job Title: *Marine Science Instructor Intern
*Agency: *Sanibel Sea School
*Location: *Sanibel Island, FL
Sanibel Sea School is seeking Marine Science Instructor Interns to assist
with our Summer Camp 2010 programs. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated
to marine conservation through experiential education. A detailed
description of Sanibel Sea School and our summer camp offerings can be found
on our website: www.sanibelseaschool.org.
Marine Science Instructor Intern is a full-time seasonal position (June 12 –
September 10). Responsibilities include:
-Assist with the planning and delivery of summer camp programs.
-Supervise young children (ages 6-13) in a variety of outdoor and marine
-Foster an appreciation for marine ecosystems and encourage campers to
practice ocean stewardship.
-Assist with the maintenance and upkeep of facilities and equipment.
-Currently enrolled in college, with a background in Biology, Marine
Biology, Ecology, Environmental Science, Early Childhood Education, Plant
Biology, or some combination thereof.
-Have or be capable of obtaining certifications in CPR, First Aid, and
-A basic knowledge of the flora and fauna of Southwest Florida.
-Be a strong and competent swimmer, comfortable in outdoor settings and
physically capable of leading groups of children in a variety of natural
-Be capable of lifting 40 pounds and working in the sub-tropical conditions
of Southwest Florida for eight-hour workdays.
-Have a desire to promote marine conservation by sharing your passion and
knowledge of the natural world with students.
*Salary: *A weekly stipend will be provided.*
Please submit a letter of application explaining why you desire this job and
what qualifies you for the position, along with your resume or CV and copies
of college transcripts (they may be unofficial initially). Include contact
information for three references able to elaborate on your capabilities to
meet the minimum requirements.
You can submit application materials by mail to: Sanibel Sea School, PO Box
1229, Sanibel, Fl 33957; or you may submit documents electronically to
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Inquiries may be made to Bruce Neill, Ph.D., Executive Director at
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