Jobs at the Seattle Aquarium

Inspiring Conservation of Our Marine Environment

Click on the link below to view the entire posting and for information on how to apply. The Seattle Aquarium is nonprofit, 501c3, owned by the City of Seattle. The Aquarium currently serves over 825,000 visitors and 50,000 school children and their teachers annually. Guided by the mission of Inspiring Conservation of Our Marine Environment.

Creative Content Mentor

Creativity Inspiring Conservation (CIC) program

The primary role of the Creative Content Mentor is to provide an overview of his/her medium to a group of between six and 12 students, and work with each student to complete an individual project. While the students have personal control over their particular pieces, the CCM should be available to instruct students in his/her craft, answer questions, inspire creativity, provide constructive feedback and assist in the creation of a fully conceptualized and executed piece. The CCM should also be personable and open to mentoring young people. The CCM will work with CIC staff to establish the project’s schedule and determine the materials and time needed with the students to produce the art pieces, keeping in mind the project’s budgetary and time constraints. Classroom space and cost of materials will be provided by the Seattle Aquarium. For more information and to apply, click here.

Posting expires: April 30, 2015

Human Resource Generalist

Working directly with the director of human resources and collaboratively with the payroll/benefit specialist, performs a wide range of human resource generalist responsibilities in support of the Aquarium’s staff and mission. These include administering programs, consulting with staff and managers to promote equitable and consistent application of company policies, employee relations, recruitment, diversity, job descriptions, performance management, benefit administration and wellness. For more information and to apply, click here.

Creative Content Mentor for Workshop

Creativity Inspiring Conservation (CIC) program

The primary role of the Creative Content Mentor is to provide an overview of his/her medium to a group of 12–15 students, and work with each student to complete an individual project. While the students have personal control over their particular pieces, the CCM should be available to instruct students in his/her craft, answer questions, inspire creativity, provide constructive feedback and assist in the creation of a fully conceptualized and executed piece. The CCM should also be personable and open to mentoring young people. The CCM will work with CIC staff to determine the materials and time needed with the students to produce the art pieces, keeping in mind the project’s budgetary and time constraints. Classroom space and cost of materials will be provided by the Seattle Aquarium. For more information and to apply, click here.

Posting expires: April 30, 2015

 

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page for more information.