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favorite this post KELLOGG FIELD SCHOOL COORDINATOR (APU Kellogg Campus in Palmer) hide this posting unhide

compensation: DOE
employment type: full-time
non-profit organization

JOB SUMMARY: The Field School Coordinator is responsible for the management of Kellogg Field School and its involvement with associated educational programs.

Kellogg Field School is located on Alaska Pacific University’s 750-acre Kellogg Campus in Palmer, Alaska. The campus hosts APU’s Masters in Outdoor and Environmental Ed Program, an interactive Children’s Garden, wooded nature trails and an experimental greenhouse.
• Oversees day-to-day Field School management (Four seasonal sessions)
• Teaches as needed and offers other related workshops.
• Supervises, evaluates, hires/fires student workers in consultation with Program Director..
• Teaches noncredit-bearing workshops for students/interns.
• Provides oversight and training of teaching assistants, students and interns.
• Develops and updates of all necessary Field School administrative forms, marketing materials, risk management protocols and standard operating procedures.
• Provides budget development and oversight.
• Ensures program revenue generation sufficient to cover Field School operating costs.
• Collaborates with visiting APU classes, groups and public programs.
• Performs teaching duties while in-session and additional duties beyond the sessions:
o Additional duties may include: recruitment, curriculum development, enrollment, program design, marketing, student and parent retention, promotional events, camp liaison activities, and community relations.

• Skill in facility maintenance and scheduling.
• Skill in project and employee management.
• Skill in working with budgets and cash flow.
• Skill in multitasking.
• Skill in consistently meeting or exceeding deadlines and goals.
• Skill in working effectively with diverse groups and individuals with varying needs.
• Skill in being self-directed, collaborative, organized, and having an attentive to details.
• Skill in utilizing software related to word processing, spreadsheets, databases, internet and e-mail.

Master’s degree in Education, Outdoor/Environmental Education or related field preferred.
Master’s degree in Education, Outdoor/Environmental Education or related field.

Non-Supervisory: Three (3) years’ experience running OEE-related education programs.

Possess current valid driver’s license. Ability to pass a driving history check and driving test

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