We are seeking an individual to join our housekeeping team to clean and perform light maintenance of our dormitory, classroom building, and visitors center/office building. Candidates need to be capable of physical tasks like vacuuming, cleaning windows, bunk beds, lobbies, and bathroom facilities. Other duties may include mowing, snow removal, painting, and basic computer operations.
We are seeking individuals who will join our food service team in preparing high quality, healthy food for a wide variety of user groups. Most of our guests are youth (5th-8th graders) who visit our campus for multiple days with teachers and parent chaperones. Our menu must be focused around this age group but also have the ability to satisfy adult guests. It is also essential that we are able to meet the many dietary needs of our guests and staff, which often include creating balanced, nutritious meals for non-dairy, vegetarian, vegan, or gluten free items. We also strive to use locally sourced/grown products.
Eagle Bluff’s Wildlife Program utilizes multiple permanently disabled, captive birds of prey, skunk, and reptiles in educational programming. This position is responsible for managing all aspects of their care, as well as training and overseeing other staff involved in wildlife care and handling. The Curriculum Coordinator and Wildlife Specialist is part of a team of educators responsible for maintaining and teaching programs to Eagle Bluff users, primarily in the residential Outdoor School. This position is scheduled to teach for ~40% of their time, and maintain programmatic equipment ~10% of their time.
The primary role of the Curriculum Coordinator is to assist with the behind the scenes tasks associated with the equipment and curriculum of the Outdoor School. As a part of the Curriculum Department, they are responsible for the maintenance of education supplies, equipment, and sites, and participating in curriculum review, revision, and creation. The Curriculum Coordinator is part of a team of educators responsible for maintaining and teaching programs to Eagle Bluff users, primarily in the residential Outdoor School. This position is scheduled to teach for ~40% of their time.
As one of 12 participants in the year-long fellowship, you develop teaching, interpretive, and public relations techniques rooted in residential environmental education. Fellows are exposed to a wide variety of audiences and through instructing our hands-on, experiential, and inquiry-based classes. Professional growth and learning is accomplished through direct teaching experience supported by staff, professional workshops, and a series of observations and evaluations.