Position Start: March 2023
Position Purpose: The Field Education/Wildlife Expeditions (FE/WE) Adult Program Assistant provides support for several Teton Science Schools adult oriented programs. Working with the FE Adult and Family Faculty and WE Supervisor, the Program Assistant creates and manages systems that ensure high quality and efficient customer service and education for these adult oriented programs. The FE/WE PA will work more closely with the Field Education department of TSS for Winter and Summer programs and the Wildlife Expeditions department for Spring and Fall programs. The support will shift seasonally between the programs, but involves similar tasks for each. The FE/WE Adult Program Assistant creates and manages systems that ensure high quality and efficient customer service for these adult and family programs. This position is also responsible for providing that customer service directly to participants both before arrival and during program time.
Please submit cover letter along with resume.
Minimum of Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience
Must be at least 21 years of age with a valid driving license
Successful applicants must pass a criminal history background check & driving record review prior to start date
Confident driving 15 passenger vans, mini-buses, and canoe trailers on occasion, to transport participants
Willingness to work non-traditional work weeks including occasional weekends & evenings, & split shifts
Interest & experience working with adult learners
Experience with Google Suite of applications
Willingness to learn new computer programs/platforms utilized to gather and organize participant releases and medical forms
Superior organizational skills, communication, and interpersonal skills
Experience leading meetings and managing a diverse array of details
Customer service experience a plus
About Teton Science Schools
Teton Science Schools is a non-profit organization based in Jackson, WY. For over fifty years, Teton Science Schools have connected learners of all ages to their backyards, America’s national parks and the world by inspiring curiosity, engagement and leadership through transformative place-based education.