DISCOVER A FUTURE WITH OCEAN DISCOVERY INSTITUTE
This is an exciting time and an extraordinary opportunity to join our team. Here’s why . . .
With our new home at the Living Lab we are able to deepen our impact and expand our reach to serve all 10,000 youth attending City Heights public schools. We’ll are also expanding the services we offer to the community, while continuing to provide exceptional programming which was recognized by President Obama, awarding the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Mentoring.
Ocean Discovery Institute is an equal opportunity employer, and we celebrate the fact that diverse backgrounds, experiences, and styles will contribute to greater impact and innovation. In order to best serve the most diverse and underserved community in San Diego, we seek talented and professional individuals who can relate to the challenges that our communities face. Our goal in the recruitment process is to identify top talent with a commitment and purpose of mind that extends beyond the immediate workplace. It’s not a job, it’s a lifestyle!
If you’re ready to join an organization that truly makes a difference in the lives of children as well as on our environment and our local community, then please read on to learn more about the specific openings available right now. And stay tuned for more exciting opportunities throughout the year.
part-time instructor POSITION
Join our Instructor Core! As a Part-Time Instructor, you’ll facilitate hands-on science programming for K-12 students attending public schools in City Heights, empowering them to Believe, Achieve, and Lead in science and conservation. Part-Time instructors provide high-quality programming across all Ocean Discovery programs and participate in regular professional development opportunities to continually develop teaching and facilitation techniques.
Submit resume, cover letter, and 2-3 professional references to Jobs@OceanDI.org
Program Manager POSITION
As a Program Manager, you will manage our in-school education initiatives. By partnering with every school in our ‘school-shed’ (11 elementary schools that feed into 2 middle schools and then 1 high school), our in-school programs ensure that every student in our community has the opportunity to believe that science is something they can do and a scientist is someone they can be. The Program Manager will lead all aspects of in-school programming, collaborate with the program team in the design and development of initiatives, and grow the program from serving 6,500 students to all 10,000 in the school-shed over the next 2 years.
Interested in other ways to get involved? Check out our Volunteer Opportunities.