The Ipswich River Watershed Association (IRWA) seeks a self-directed, enthusiastic Environmental Educator who will manage the development, implementation, scheduling, and running of primarily in-person education programs for youth and adults focused on water conservation, climate change, watershed awareness, wildlife, water quality, wastewater treatment, storm drain pollution, and other issues that support IRWA’s mission.
IRWA is an inclusive, member-driven, and highly collaborative organization working on behalf of our natural environment and the more than 350,000 residents and businesses on the North Shore who rely on the Ipswich River for their source of drinking water. We use science, education, storytelling, and advocacy tools to build out effective programs that protect the Ipswich watershed and inspire people to take action and provide support.
The full-time educator position is a new one for Ipswich River Watershed Association, and we are excited to expand our educational capacity. The educator will be responsible for managing IRWA’s existing education programs, expanding the reach of those programs, and envisioning and implementing new and improved educational offerings. This position is based out of IRWA’s Ipswich, MA headquarters but will require travel to other sites throughout the North Shore. The educator will report to the Planning and Resiliency Program Manager.
For a full job description, explanation of benefits, and instructions on how to apply, please visit www.ipswichriver.org/careers.