Guía naturalista en un glaciar de Montana ~

6 de enero de 2019

Guía naturalista en un glaciar de Montana

The Glacier Institute West Glacier, Montana

Field Camp Teacher/Naturalists assist the Program Manager with day-to-day operations of the Glacier Institute Field Camp. Teacher/Naturalist responsibilities vary from leading groups of varying ages and abilities on educational hikes in and around Glacier National Park to preparing dinner and cabins for guests. Teacher/Naturalists are given training in basic naturalist skills as well as teaching techniques They have the opportunity to learn from expert Naturalists during our catalogue courses, teach programs on the ecology of the Crown of the Continent ecosystem to children and adults during our custom programs and lead private groups on educational expeditions to all corners of Glacier National Park.

Report to Program manager in facilitating day-to-day operations of the Glacier Institute Field Camp.
Coordinate course logistics and assist expert instructors in conducting catalogue courses to adults.
Maintain a working knowledge of Crown of the Continent Ecology and current applicable science.
Lead naturalist hikes and teach outdoor education programs for custom groups, Personalized Educational Outings and other groups of both adults and children.
Report to program manager in coordinating logistics for daily operations, including food procurement, meal preparation, transportation, camp cleaning, and preparation for residential groups.
Provide quality customer service to students and guests of the Field Camp.
Rotate cooking, cleaning and food preparation with other staff members.
Operate 15-passenger vans for field excursions.
Assist office staff and Program Manager with marketing efforts, community outreach, curriculum development, social media and other duties as assigned.
Assist with Big Creek Outdoor Education Center programming when necessary.
Professionally represent the Glacier Institute in its mission and goals.

At least two years of undergraduate education in the natural sciences, education, or a related field.
One season experience teaching outdoor education or similar programs. Demonstrate skills in developing and implementing outdoor education learning concepts.
At least one year of experience working with people of all ages in a variety of circumstances.
Excellent physical condition relative to hiking and variable weather conditions.
Current and valid driver's license with an excellent driving record to be insurable under The Glacier Institute's automobile insurance policy.
Ability to live on-site and in a small community with other employees and work in the field.
Self-motivated, able to work efficiently with little supervision and committed to high quality work.
Those with a working knowledge of the northern Rocky Mountain ecosystem will receive first consideration if other criteria have been satisfactorily met.
Current Wilderness First Aid and CPR certifications.

Free room and partial board
$800/month stipend
Employee Glacier Park pass
An outstanding education and a gorgeous place to live and work


TO APPLY please email a coverletter, resume, and three references to (Taking applicants until positions are filled, apply ASAP)

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