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We are seeking an experienced kayaker, birder, and enthusiastic environmental educator to join our staff as our Seasonal Kayak Program Coordinator. Mass Audubon’s Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary is a 1,100-acre coastal sanctuary on Cape Cod. This position will focus primarily on leading informative natural history kayak trips, maintaining kayak program equipment, and scheduling kayak tour sweeps. Additionally, the Kayak Program Coordinator will lead other natural history programs for both families and adults including, but not limited to, tidal exploration programs and bird walks.

Qualifications
Strong kayaking skills and experience leading public kayak tours; experience in coastal waterways preferred
Successful candidates must have a strong background in field identification of birds; and knowledge of basic principles of ecology and natural history
Knowledge of marine biology and coastal ecosystems is preferred
American Red Cross certification in basic first aid, CPR, and small craft safety is preferred (or willingness to obtain)
Must have a valid driver’s license
Experience driving and backing a trailer is preferred
Must pass a background records check (CORI, SORI and driver’s)

Compensation and Benefits
Rate of pay $14.00 per hour, 30-35 hours per week. Shared housing may be available at $35 per week.

Additional Comments
Period of employment is May 29–October 7, 2017, with potential opportunity to begin earlier in May as an Environmental Educator leading school groups, if qualified and interested.

How to Apply
Please email your resume and cover letter to:

Christine Bates, Public Program Coordinator
cbates@massaudubon.org