About Wild Diversity: Wild Diversity helps to create a personal connection to the outdoors for Black, Indigenous, all People of Color (BIPOC) & the LGBTQ+ communities, through outdoor adventures and education. We build community via a wide range of activities for youth and adults: hikes, bird walks, workshops, leadership development, canoe/kayak trip, backpacks and more. We want to increase comfort and visibility for our community in the outdoors.
About the Position: Wild Diversity is seeking a part-time Youth Ecology Educator. This role will create, develop, and implement the curriculum for our year-round Youth Ecology program, including our Wild X Project during the school year and outings in the summer. We seek an individual with previous outdoor education experience, one who has the ability to command youth's attention as well as providing support and mentorship. Our Educator will need experience in curriculum development, building lessons and outlining trip logistics.
Educators who are Black, Indigenous or People of Color are strongly encouraged to apply. The Youth Ecology Educator will seek to convey Wild X’s philosophy of education through instruction and example, and support lessons that meet within Wild Diversity Values. You will take precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities, and keep accurate records in compliance with relevant laws, policies and regulations.
Salary: $24/hour, 24 hours a week
Benefits: Healthcare, Retirement Match, PTO
Youth Ecology skills and qualifications:
This position requires: