After-School Programs Assistant (Part-Time, temporary)




Organization: Zoo New England (AZA Member)
Location: Boston, MA, United States
Job or Internship: Job

Responsibilities The After-school Programs Assistant (APA) will assist the Education department with the administration and implementation of after-school programs in local community centers and schools and at Stone Zoo. The APA will be responsible for creating service learning projects as well as developing and teaching conservation education programs to elementary aged youth. Duties & Responsibilities: Developing and teaching conservation education programs during out-of-school time, Conduct programs off-site at local schools and community centers, Assisting the Education Program Coordinator with vacation camps, Plan and execute community service projects..Requirements High school graduate, US Citizen or permanent resident alien, Must be at least 18 years of age, Some coursework in biology, education, zoology and related fields, Creative, self-motivated and excited about helping youth learn about conservation issues, Excellent computer skills including Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher, Previous experience working with elementary school students, Ability to multi-task as part of a fast-paced team, Valid driver’s license and a driver in good standing with reliable transportation – must have a vehicle to transport program materials/animals off-site, Ability to lift 50 pounds and walk over uneven terrain.Location Stone Zoo in Stoneham, MA Salary approximately $10.35 per hourTo apply for any of the available vacancies, please submit your resume & cover letter:- Via email, as MS Word attachment, to jobs@zoonewengland.com, yet please ensure to state the title of the position in the subject line. - Or fax your application to : 617-445-1671- By mail to Office of Human Resources, Zoo New England, One Franklin Park Road, Boston, MA 02121.No Phone Calls Please Zoo New England is an Equal Opportunity Employer by choice