The Lead Instructor will be located at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences providing hands-on, informal science activates and lesson plans. Successful candidates will have the ability to communicate an enthusiasm for natural science to children.
- Design, plan, and teach camp activities, crafts, games, and lesson plans for rising 2-3 grade camps in the spring and during camp
- Interact professionally with Museum staff, parents, and rising 2-3 grade campers
- Work as a team and delegate task as need with Museum staff or Assistant Instructor/intern/volunteer
- Help prepare camp paperwork, maintain camp program supplies including daily clean-up of classrooms and equipment, and follow up with Summer Camps Coordinator
- Meet deadlines, comply with Summer Camps Orientation Manual and any other duties assigned by supervisor
- Assist in camp drop-off and pick-up between 8:30-8:45am and 4:45-5:10pm. Hours may vary before and after listed drop-off and pick-up times for program setup or parental concerns.
- CPR with AED training and First Aid is suggested
- Preferred: experience teaching children with disabilities and those who require extra support or modifications
- Required: previous experience working in an informal or formal educational setting
- Required: attend all Summer Camps Orientation dates April 18 from 9:00am – 5:30pm, two additional training dates will be announced closer to camp
- Required: college degree or equivalent experience
- Required: candidate must be available to teach camps June 22-26, July 6-10, July 13-17, July 20-24, and July 27-31
This position starts at $12.75 per hour. Camp hours are 8:00am to 5:15pm. All positions are temporary positions with an average of 45 hours per week with overtime pay.
Complete application. Applications will be considered when submitted.