Science under Sail (SUS) pioneers innovative marine-scientific research with a unique modern mentorship program to empower a future generation of SEAFARERS by engaging small collaborative teams of students and experts under sail on expeditions worldwide. SUS has a summer employment opportunity that may be of interest to some of our alumni or Island School friends!
Science under Sail Expedition Coordinator –EXU2013
The Science under Sail Expedition Coordinator will assist the expedition leaders and students
during a 2-week sailing and science education program. The Expedition Coordinator will play a
key role in student mentorship, logistical planning, risk management, and leadership education
while on board. Responsibilities may include: student orientation to the Bahamian environment
and on-board living arrangements, organizing group logistics for excursions and daily activities,
creating scenarios that facilitate team-building, teaching several classes on leadership, risk
management, and your area of expertise as it relates to the expedition experience, encouraging
good student morale, enforcing rules and responsibilities, monitoring well-being of students and
staff, and generally modeling ideal expedition behavior and fostering a positive environment.
The Expedition Coordinator may also be involved in research and outreach activities.
To see the entire job posting, click here: Science Under Sail Expedition Coordinator. Application deadline is May 30!