Positions Currently Open

LOMA MAR CAMPUS

Health Care Supervisor – The Health Care Supervisor is a member of the Administrative Team at the Loma Mar Campus of Exploring New Horizons. Working Closely with the Program Director, the Health Care Supervisor performs a variety of health care activities involved in administering first aid, dispensing medications and providing medical treatment and emergency care services to students enrolled in the Exploring New Horizons Outdoor Education program. The Health Care Supervisor will also assist in administrative duties in the office, working closely with the Program Coordinator and Program Director. Applications are due by April 14th, view the complete job description here.

Assistant Director – Under the direction of the Program Director, the Assistant Director is an integral part of the administration team. When the Program Director is off duty, the Assistant Director ensures that staff adheres to all Exploring New Horizons policies and procedures. The Assistant Director assists with overseeing the planning, implementation, and management of the program. Applications are due by April 14th, view the complete job description here.

Naturalist – The Loma Mar Naturalists work with the same small group of 15–22 students throughout each week to engage children with an exceptional outdoor curriculum and intentional team-building exercises. Naturalists are responsible for the development of trail activities and curriculum, assisting with evening programs and program implementation. Applications are due by April 14th, view the complete job description here.

Program Coordinator – The Program Coordinator is responsible for the recruitment, placement and development of the high school youth who act as counselors during each week of program. The Program Coordinator is responsible for working with each school before their individual program and to prepare the students, teachers and parents for their Outdoor School experience. Applications are due by April 14th, view the complete job description here.


SEMPERVIRENS CAMPUS

Assistant Director/Medic – Under the direction of the Program Director, the Assistant Director/Medic performs a variety of health care activities involved in administering first aid, dispensing medications and providing medical treatment and emergency care services to students enrolled in the Outdoor Education program. They also help with student discipline, teacher and parent customer service, and administrative duties that go into running an outdoor school. Applications are due by April 14th, view the complete job description here.

Garden Coordinator – The garden coordinator position is an integral part of the students’ week. Garden time is an opportunity to experience, hands-on, how people can enhance the diversity of a landscape by applying the ecological principles that the students are learning on the trail. Students are also introduced to take-home concepts of organic agriculture, sustainable living and renewable energy. The garden and garden coordinator inspire students and teachers to create and maintain gardens at their home and school and to think about where their food comes from. Applications are due by April 14th, view the complete job description here.

Naturalist – The Sempervirens Naturalists work with the same small group of 15–22 students throughout each week to engage children with an exceptional outdoor curriculum and intentional team-building exercises. Naturalists are responsible for the development of trail activities and curriculum, assisting with evening programs and program implementation. Applications are due by April 14th, view the complete job description here.

Program Coordinator – The Program Coordinator is responsible for the recruitment, placement and training of the high school students who act as counselors during each week of program. This entails going to high schools around the San Francisco Bay Area to do training as well as follow communication and problem solving when counselors back out at the last minute. The Program Coordinator is also responsible for making pre-program visits to the participating elementary schools and doing presentations about the outdoor school to parents, students and teachers, preparing them for their outdoor school experience. A staff vehicle is provided for all transportation. Must be comfortable with driving long distances frequently. Applications are due by April 14th, view the complete job description here.


PIGEON POINT CAMPUS


Naturalist – The Pigeon Point Naturalists work with the same small group of 15–22 students throughout each week to engage children with an exceptional outdoor curriculum and intentional team-building exercises. Naturalists are responsible for the development of trail activities and curriculum, assisting with evening programs and program implementation. Applications are accepted until position is filled. View the complete job description here.