Welcome to OMSI Outdoor Science Education!
We take a get-in-the-mud, walk-in-the-rain, climb-that-hill, search-those-stars, and ask-lots-of-questions approach to learning. OMSI Outdoor Science Education supports life-long learning and respect for the environment by teaching concepts that travel back home with students. We live, work and play across the Northwest, from the Pacific Ocean to the top of the Cascades and back down to the deserts of Eastern Oregon. Join our team as we explore the outdoors.
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The Outdoor Science Instructor teaches concept-based outdoor science education in the field. This position requires living on-site during the spring and fall at one of OMSI’s three outdoor science schools: Hancock Field Station, Pacific Marine Science School or Cascade Science School. During the summer, instructors travel with students across the Pacific Northwest, teaching week-long residential science camps. Work schedule depends on the site and programming needs.
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There are many similarities to life as an instructor at the various sites, but each focuses on particular topics of natural history. Visit the Living and Working at Hancock Field Station and the Living and Working at Pacific Marine Science School and Cascade Science School to learn about each program.