Jobs & Internships
JOB: Lead Summer Camp Instructor for ages 4-9
Job Title: Lead Camp Instructor for ages 4-9
Reports to: Education Coordinator
Salary Range: $11/hour, 40 hours/week (Monday-Friday 7:45 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.)
Status: Seasonal Employment – Full Time Non-Exempt
Starting Date: June 1
Ending Date: August 13
To deliver the Marine Discovery Summer Camp Program to children ages 4-9. The Lead Camp Instructor will utilize the classroom, kayaks, a boat and the outdoor environment to teach a hands-on, feet-wet summer camp curriculum. The Lead Camp Instructor must demonstrate the ability to interact professionally and exercise careful oversight of all campers, volunteers, parents, MDC staff, MDC Board and the general public. This position calls for excellent independent work skills, and the ability to multi-task is essential.
POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES
Teaching and Program Activities
Under supervision of the Education Staff the Lead Camp Instructor will:
· Ensure that health, happiness and safety are top priorities at all times.
· Lead activities, games, arts and crafts, and songs.
· Provide an understanding of marine topics.
· Oversee all campers.
· Set-up and breakdown all activities.
· Keep inventory of supplies up to date.
· Organize educational and recreational activities.
· Meet and greet parents/guardians and participants at check-in and check-out each day.
· Be prepared to get wet and muddy in the field.
· Clean and maintain grounds and facilities as needed.
· All other duties as assigned by the Education Coordinator.
B.A. or B.S. in Environmental Science, Biology or Education degree preferred. A background in K-12 education in either a classroom or an informal environmental education setting is desirable. Computer literate in Microsoft Office.
CPR and First Aid. A prerequisite to employment will be a Level 2 criminal background check.
The successful candidate will have excellent writing and communication skills, a positive attitude, enjoyment of the outdoors, and an ability to communicate environmental education principles to children. Sufficient mobility and strength to move about the facility, on and off of boats, assist children and move educational equipment (lift at least 50 pounds). The individual must be able to work in sometimes adverse conditions that include rain, heat, insects, etc.
Please submit a cover letter and resume to Michelle West, Education Coordinator at the Marine Discovery Center at email@example.com. Position open until filled.
INTERNSHIP: Amphitheater Events Intern
Job Title: Amphitheater Events Internship
Department: Facilities/Fund Development
Start-End Date: Spring semester 2021 (internship may be extended if needed)
Hours: Flexible; Must be willing to work evenings and weekends
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
To assist in the production of events in the Hunter Amphitheater at the Marine Discovery Center. The Amphitheater Events Intern must demonstrate the ability to interact professionally with volunteers, MDC staff, MDC Board members and the general public. This position requires excellent independent work skills and the ability to multitask.
· Audio Visual skills, both analog and digital
· Trained in audio mix and mastering techniques
· Understanding of stage management, operations and lighting
· Knowledge of all types of musical instruments
· Ability to book talent and reviewing contracts
· Lead and direct volunteers and paid employees
· Work weekends and evenings based on theatre scheduling
· Demonstrate good telephone skills
· Open to constructive criticism and able to follow directions
An undergraduate student currently enrolled in a program involving stage management, live sound and show production, film production or a related field. Experience in theater production and/or event management is desirable. Computer literate in Microsoft Office.
A prerequisite to employment will be a criminal background check per the Volusia County School Board Jessica Lunsford Act. Must have a valid driver’s license.
This individual must also have sufficient mobility and strength to move about the facility and lift equipment (at least 50 pounds). The individual must also be able to work in adverse conditions that include rain, heat, insects, etc. This position is an unpaid internship and the student is responsible for finding housing accommodations and their own travel arrangements.
You must submit the following documents to be considered for the position:
1) Cover letter describing your personal and academic goals for this internship
3) College/university transcript (unofficial is acceptable)
4) References (minimum of two)
5) MDC Internship Application
All documents must be submitted to Guy Flick, Facilities Coordinator, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Application will be open until filled.