Job Posting – Part-Time Educator – The M.e.t.

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The Metropolitan Environmental Trust (The MET) is a public trust authority established to handle solid waste issues in the Tulsa area. Its current mission is to partner with member communities to develop, deliver and support environmental programs and services and to educate citizens on sound environmental practices. The M.e.t. operates recycling centers, hosts public events and conducts a variety of educational outreach. One educational program is called GreenStem. This program is a pathway to get recycling into the classroom and to provide curriculum, materials, and instruction around recycling and other environmental subjects matched to STEM Standards. The M.e.t. will also be a hub for other educational groups to get their standard matched curriculum into the classroom in a coordinated and efficient way.

The MET has an opening for a Part-Time Educator. The primary responsibility is to continue to develop and manage the Green STEM program along with other various educational
opportunities including school clubs, scouts, and event booths.

A bachelor’s degree in education is preferred and knowledge in curriculum and lesson plan development a plus. Experience in MS Office a must with WordPress, web-based email marketing platforms, and Mailchimp skills helpful. Candidate must have excellent communication, presentation, writing and project management skills.

This could be a perfect position for a stay-at-home parent or someone that wants limited and flexible hours usually matching a primary education school calendar. A 25-30 hour work week is expected with possible extended summer break. The position is contract labor and hourly pay.

Submit résumé, cover letter and any examples of work by email to Graham Brannin at greengraham@metrecycle.com.

The Metropolitan Environmental Trust is an equal opportunity employer. Employment opportunities are available to qualified persons regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, veteran status or disability.