Environmental Education Director and Instructor, Tualatin Hills Nature Center (Beaverton)
The Tualatin Hills Nature Center seeks team-oriented, safety-conscious, nature enthusiasts to create quality nature programs for kids in the Beaverton area. This is a fantastic employment opportunity for individuals looking to improve their leadership skills in an informal environmental education setting.
Environmental Education Instructor: is responsible for planning, preparing, instructing, and/or leading general and/or specialized activities for nature program participants. Activities include but are not limited to leading group games, nature activities, arts & crafts, and guided group hikes.
Pay Rate Range: $15.63- $17.09
Environmental Education Director: is responsible for the development and implementation of assigned nature programs. Incumbents in this job classification work independently, within established guidelines, to develop, coordinate, supervise, and instruct the day-to-day activities of assigned nature program areas and provide lead direction to assigned part-time staff and volunteers.
Pay Rate Range: $17.59- $19.79
The fine print: you must be sixteen years old to apply; you must love working with kids; and you must be able to work outside, rain or shine.
We are hiring for multiple part-time positions for intermittent youth programs intermittent youth and family nature programs, preschool programs, and Day-off Nature Camps. Please see pg. 80 of the Fall Activity Guide to explore our current program offerings. http://www.thprd.org/pdfs2/
Hours are variable and based on programs, typically staff are scheduled for 8-29 hours a week. Part-time employees are scheduled variable hours and may work less than 1,560 hours per year. Staff may be given the opportunity to work multiple positions within the same classification.
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