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Job Announcement: Summer Camp Teacher Naturalist
Position Overview
Summer Camp Teacher Naturalists are responsible for implementation of hands-on, nature-connected education at our 54-acre site, adjacent to the Yellowstone River. Participant ages range from Kindergarten to 9th grade, divided into age-specific groups. Summer Camp Teacher Naturalists must be comfortable leading and managing groups of campers in the outdoors and helping them connect with the natural world.

Responsibilities

  • Develop and implement curriculum for weekly themed camps.
  • Co-teach and collaborate with other staff members.
  • Learn and teach about local Montana natural history. 
  • Safely manage program participants in an outdoor environment.
  • Participate in daily, weekly, and seasonal cleaning/maintenance procedures to keep everything in working order. 
  • Be willing to work some evenings and weekends.

Qualifications

  • Must be 18 years or older.
  • Self-motivation and flexibility are required. 
  • Have the ability to collaborate with members of a team as well as work independently.
  • Have some experience working with children.
  • Be able to spend 90% of teaching time outdoors.

Position Details

  • Tentative dates: June 1st to August 10th
  • $11/hour pay rate 
  • 25+ hour work week, with possibility of long-term hire
  • Can be used for academic credit or internship hours (approval of institution needed)

Application deadline: January 25th, 2021
Please apply by sending a cover letter and resume to Hannah Finch at: [email protected] or call 406-294-5099


Summer Camp Preschool Instructor-Job Announcement 2021

Position Overview

The Summer Camp Preschool Instructor is responsible for the implementation of hands-on, nature-connected education at our 54-acre site, adjacent to the Yellowstone River. The Summer Camp Preschool Instructor must be comfortable leading and managing up to 8 preschool-aged campers in the outdoors and helping them connect with the natural world.

Responsibilities

  • Develop curriculum and lesson plans appropriate for play-based, emergent-style learning in an outdoor setting.
  • Provide quality instruction for camp participants during program days.
  • Incorporate concepts of risky play, nature pedagogy, and preschool education standards.
  • Safely manage program participants in an outdoor environment.
  • Participate in daily, weekly, and seasonal cleaning/maintenance procedures to keep everything in working order. 
  • Be willing to work some evenings and weekends, and teach in other program areas as needed.

Qualifications

  • Must be 18 years or older.
  • Self-motivation and flexibility are required.
  • Have the ability to work independently and be organized.
  • Have some experience working with children; preferably preschool children.
  • Be able to spend 90% of teaching time outdoors.

Position Details

  • Tentative dates: June 1st to August 10th
  • $11/hour pay rate 
  • 25+ hour work week, with possibility of long-term hire
  • Can be used for academic credit or internship hours (approval of institution needed)

Application deadline: January 25th, 2021

Please apply by sending a cover letter and resume to Hannah Finch at: [email protected] or call 406-294-5099

 

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