• Instructor

  • Texas State Aquarium
    Job Description

    Take your career to new depths and put your skills to work in a one of a kind setting by becoming a part of the premiere aquarium showcasing the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea. The Texas State Aquarium provides high quality, entertaining programming through education, conservation, and wildlife rehabilitation. We strive to provide our guests with an exciting, educational, and memorable experience.

    • Responsibilities:
      Instruct educational programs, on and off site, for school and public audiences adhering to program goals, curriculum and quality customer service standards as outlined by department and/or Aquarium procedures. Programs include, but are not limited to Aquarium Discovery Programs, Camp-In, Homeschool, SeaCamp, Outreach, Special Events, Public Presentations, Animal Encounters, Exclusive Encounters, and/or Aquavision. 
      Use best practice teaching strategies that incorporate audience inclusiveness, inquiry and STEM content accuracy.
    • Comply with all safety policies, practices, and procedures. Report all unsafe work practices to supervisor and / or Human Resources.

    • Properly use and maintain teaching resources and equipment, including but not limited to those for field, lab and classroom use.
    • Assist as an Exhibit Host as needed and assigned.
      Properly handle and utilize live animals, adhering to established guidelines and protocol.

    High School Diploma; one to two years college preferred; one to two years related experience and / or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

    This position offers an attractive benefits/vacation package including a health, dental, vision, disability, life insurance, and 403(b) retirement plan with a 100% match of the first 5% contributed.

    Please apply online at www.texasstateaquarium.org

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