NWA Seeks Education Coordinator

This job closed on April 15, 2018. Thanks for your interest in NWA.

The Nanticoke Watershed Alliance seeks an Education Coordinator to join our team. Please see the linked file for the job description, which follows, and please share with any potentially interested candidates.

 

 

 

Education Coordinator

Nanticoke Watershed Alliance

Annual Salary:  $26,500

Benefits:  In addition to salary, $3,975 will be provided for health care and retirement. Employees have flexible work schedules (full-time, 35 hours/week) and may work remotely one day a week.

Description

The Nanticoke Watershed Alliance is in search of a smart, creative, self-driven individual to help our organization grow. Upcoming projects consist of environmental education presentations, field trips, and action projects with students. The successful candidate will also be responsible for promoting stormwater pollution reduction programs and assisting in homeowner conservation landscaping projects like rain gardens and designer ditches. The position will also assist with our award-winning volunteer water quality monitoring program as well as special events and a wide variety of other projects as needed.

Requirements

  • Four-year degree in the environmental field or a relevant subject
  • Must be very detail-oriented
  • Able to work in a team or independently
  • Enjoy developing creative outreach programs
  • Experience in environmental education
  • Familiarity with rain gardens and other nature-based landscaping is a plus
  • Ability to work some evening and weekends for special events.

Organization

Be a part of a small nonprofit organization getting ready to sprout and grow!  The Nanticoke Watershed Alliance works in Maryland and Delaware in partnership with industries, small business owners, government agencies, environmental groups, land trusts, realtors, academicians, fishermen, restoration groups, farmers, and citizen groups to keep the Nanticoke River on the healthiest rivers entering the Chesapeake Bay. Visit www.NanticokeRiver.org for more information.

To apply please submit your resume and a self-made flier/advertisement for yourself by April 15 to Executive Director Lisa Wool at LisaWool@NanticokeRiver.org.

Fostering partnership and progress in conserving the natural, cultural, and recreational resources of the Nanticoke River Watershed through dialogue, collaborative outreach, and education.





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