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Director of Education & Guest Experience

Director of Education & Guest Experience

Reports to: Executive Director

Pay Range: $70,000-80,000

Department: Education

Classification: Exempt, Benefitted

Brief Description: The Director of Education & Guest Experience is directly responsible for all educational programs that falls under the umbrella of the Living Coast Education Department including both fee-based and public-based programming. General responsibilities include management of staff and staff schedules, development of curriculum and programs with the latest technology and standards, implementation of education and guest programs, execution of grant requirements, oversight of administrative tasks carried out by education personnel, management of grant programming, reports, and budget, maintaining community relationships, building new network opportunities, and attending all events and meetings important to the success of educational programs. The position ensures that LCDC’s mission of environmental and wildlife conservation, education, and research are attained for both school and guest related programs.

The Living Coast offers a competitive compensation package including payment of 100% of the premiums for medical, dental, vision, life, and long term disability insurance (pending plan approval); and paid time off with an annual accrual of 80 hours each of vacation, floating holiday, and sick time.

Marketing and Communications Manager

Marketing And Communications Manager

Reports to: Director of Community Engagement & Development

Pay Range: $54,000-60,000

Department: Development

Classification: Non-exempt, Benefitted

Brief Description: The Marketing and Communications Manager is directly responsible for all marketing efforts and promotional activities of the Living Coast. Major responsibilities include content creation, digital marketing, PR, advertising, and community relations.

The Living Coast offers a competitive compensation package including payment of 100% of the premiums for medical, dental, vision, life, and long term disability insurance (pending plan approval); and paid time off with an annual accrual of 80 hours each of vacation, floating holiday, and sick time.

Community Programs Manager

Community Programs Manager

Reports to: Director of Community Engagement & Development

Pay Range: $50,000-56,000

Department: Education

Classification: Non-exempt, Benefitted

The Community Programs Manager is directly responsible for all community based educational programs that fall under the umbrella of the Living Coast Education Department including community outreaches, Trail to Bay hiking program, Team up to Clean up community program, D-street restoration project, and other programs that activate the local community. General responsibilities include management of the entire volunteer department, development of volunteer training protocols, activation of volunteer engagement, and oversight of all administrative tasks, management of grants, animal handling training, maintaining community relationships, and attending all events and meetings important to the success of these programs.

Volunteer Programs Education Specialist

Volunteer Programs Education Specialist

Reports to: Community Programs Manager

Pay Range: $16 – $18 / hour

Department: Education

Classification: Part-Time, Non-Exempt (hourly), Non-benefitted

The Volunteer Programs Education Specialist (or Volunteer Programs Specialist)is responsible for being a lead instructor in the Education Department. The Volunteer Programs Specialist will teach programs, assist with the management and training of staff and volunteers, animal handling, administrative duties, and customer service.

Other duties include, but are not limited to: ongoing volunteer management, development of docent and volunteer trainings, development of volunteer and docent team building opportunities, curriculum development, going to public outreaches, ordering of supplies for all departments, especially the Education and Volunteer Departments, and other duties that may arise for other education programs. 

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