The Education and Outreach Coordinator serves as a representative of the Indiana Geological Survey (IGS) by meeting with teachers, industry representatives, scientists, government employees, and the public. The incumbent will initiate and coordinate geologic projects for designing, developing, and delivering information and educational products. This position will facilitate outreach initiatives and respond to requests for information and educational services; develop educational content for the departmental Web site, events, and publications; conduct tours and geologic field trips, and give presentations; create, organize, and maintain a collection of education and outreach geologic samples (rocks, minerals, fossils, cores, etc.) and instructional materials. The Education and Outreach Coordinator will collaborate with IGS scientists and staff to coordinate the publication of educational and outreach products.
The position of Education and Outreach Coordinator at the IGS is a full-time, permanent, professional position. It carries an Indiana University rank of PA3PR, including an ample benefits package, which is accorded professional staff of this rank at the University. The salary range is $40,000 to $44,000, depending on education and experience.
The deadline for application is October 29, 2015, or until position is filled. Starting date is negotiable.
Apply for position # 14784 only at http://jobs.indiana.edu