Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Outdoor Science School Instructor Job Opportunity

Everyone that goes hiking frequently, at some point in their life, has thought about how do a get a job where I get paid for being outdoors and hiking, well here is just such an opportunity we wanted to share with our readers with the Orange County Department of Education.  The Orange County Department of Education is hiring Instructors for their Outdoor Science Schools in the San Bernardino National Forest for the upcoming start of the fall semester.  This looks like a great job opportunity, especially since times have been rough over the last couple of years, so share with anyone you know that might be interested getting paid to lead academic programs while enjoying the open expanses of the San Bernardino National Forest.
How to Apply: To apply for this position and to view a detailed job flyer listing additional responsibilities and standards, please visit the Instructor, Outdoor Science School posting on the jobs page of their website at www.ocde.us then go to theirr employment page. They are actively recruiting for new Instructors and you are encouraged to apply soon. You can earn up to $416 per five day work week, plus room and meals.  Housing does not include weekends or holidays. The full posting of the Job is found on Ed Join and can be found by clicking Here. Should you have any questions or comments please feel free to contact Melissa Chartrand mchartrand@ocde.us.

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Ashley and I encourage and welcome our readers to submit comments about their experiences on the trails we have posted on our blog or about their own hiking experiences in general.