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Seattle Audubon Nature Camp Naturalists

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Seattle Audubon Society
8050 35th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98115
United States
Phone: 206.523.8243

Purpose: Support Seattle Audubon Society in offering top-notch educational programs to youth through Nature Day Camps.

Qualifications: Requires BA/BS in science, education, or related field, and experience working with children. Camp or teaching experience preferred. First Aid and CPR certification required by start of work.

Commitment: Full time, seasonal. Full-season is 11 weeks, June 21 – September 3, (one week of training/set up, 10 weeks of camp, then clean up. This includes breaking down camp at the end of the summer).
*Naturalist staff may be asked to take 2-5 days off during the season if enrollment is low; however, no more than 5 days off during a summer season. Hours from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday during camp. One or two staff members have option to co-lead overnight Teen Trekker Camping Trips.

Compensation: $12.50-13.50 per hour DOE

Position Summary:

Teach age-appropriate ecology, cultural, and art education activities to children between the ages of 5 and 15. Groups generally range in size from 8 to 12. Lead educational lessons, games, songs and team-building activities with your assigned field groups to foster a fun and respectful camp spirit.

Supervise campers while on field trips, conduct regular head counts and assist in loading and unloading of vehicles.

Assist with curriculum and systems development, create activity materials, and help train other interns and volunteers. Act as a mentor to volunteer high school students, Junior Naturalists, assigned to your group. Assist with camp set up, breakdown and cleanup according to weekly theme. Treat materials and natural specimens appropriately; assist with clean up, inventory and packing as needed.

Maintain appropriate camper conduct; deal effectively with inappropriate behaviors and other problems. Monitor camper and staff safety and comfort; assist with health care and First Aid as needed; respond to accidents and emergencies appropriately.

**Optional – Co-lead Teen Camping trips that are five-day sessions that include two days of day camp, and a three-day/two-night camping trip. Work hours are from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM while on site, with additional hours while on the camping trips.

To Apply: Please send a cover letter, resume, and a list of 3 references to Kintea Bryant, Education Director, 8050 35th Ave NE, Seattle WA 98115 or email to [email protected].
Now accepting resumes; interviews will be conducted in March/April for the summer season!

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Seattle Audubon Society
8050 35th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98115
United States
Phone: 206.523.8243