Environment Fall Program Instructor
Department: Education Programs
Expected Hours: Minimum 32-40 hours/week
Dates of Employment: August 7, 2019 – September/October
Reports To: Education Programs Manager
Housing Available: Yes (Free housing)
Keystone Science School’s historic Colorado Rocky Mountain campus serves as base camp for our diverse suite of outdoor education programs. We balance hands-on science activities, field-based exploration, and adventure programming to create engaging learning experiences for our students. Visit www.KeystoneScienceSchool.org to learn more!
Program Overview and Job Summary
The Fall Program Instructor is a seasonal instructing position responsible for teaching the wide variety of curricula options offered by KSS. Fall Program Instructors are responsible for lesson planning and developing curriculum for incoming schools on a rotating basis. Program Instructors are also responsible for the facilitation of meals, evening programs, and the completion of manual labor tasks on a rotating basis.
Main Areas of Focus:
• 60% Teaching;
• 15% Lesson planning and curriculum development;
• 15% Support staff duties;
• 15% Long term projects.
• Bachelors or Associates degree;
• Wilderness First Aid (WFA) and CPR certifications, or the ability to obtain before the first day of employment;
• Age 21+ with an excellent driving record and a valid driver’s license;
• Must be able to successfully pass a comprehensive background check.
Competitive hourly wage + room and board is provided at no cost.
How to ApplyPlease submit the Employment Application (Seasonal Positions) found at www.KeystoneScienceSchool.org/Employment. All applications will require a cover letter, resume, and contact information for 3 references. For more information, contact the Human Resources department at HR@KeystoneScienceSchool.org or (970) 468-2098.
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