K-12 Teaching Opportunities with CS&A

The start of spring means that recruiting season is in full swing at independent and college-prep K-12 schools around the country. Carney, Sandoe & Associates is busy actively looking for current seniors who may be interested in teaching next year.

Carney, Sandoe & Associates is an educational recruitment firm that places teachers and administrators in college-prep, independent, and like-kind (charter, magnet, pilot, merit) schools across the nation and internationally. These schools are exciting, vibrant communities that provide recent college graduates an excellent opportunity to work in a setting that is collaborative and unique.

We are looking for students with an undergraduate or graduate degree in the subject they would like to teach (English, history, mathematics, chemistry, physics, biology, Spanish, music, etc.). Each year, we help match job seekers with positions in all primary and secondary subjects. Teaching certification is not required, and our personal and professional services are completely free for job seekers.

If you are interested in teaching next year, now is a great time for them to apply to work with us. Our application can be found on our website.

Part Time Fisheries Heritage Technician Needed

Integrated Statistics is looking for an outreach technician to assist the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) in support of the Maine Atlantic Salmon Museum. The Maine Atlantic Salmon Museum, founded in 2014, is dedicated to recording and preserving the rich history and traditions of Atlantic salmon angling in Maine and to promoting the conservation of Maine salmon rivers.

The technician will research and develop content for one or two temporary, portable exhibits, to be displayed in various local libraries, museums, historical societies, and visitor centers, and also to be presented online.  The technician will be based either at the University of Maine or at the NOAA Fisheries Maine Field Station.

The position will be part-time (20 hours/wk) with an expected duration of 6 months. The rate of pay will be $20-22, depending on qualifications and experience. Apply Here.

Teach at KIPP Delta Public Schools

KIPP Delta Public Schools, serving three communities located in the heart of the Arkansas Delta, is seeking highly motivated professionals to teach in our schools for the 2016 – 2017 school year.  We are seeking people who are committed to doing whatever it takes to see our KIPPsters to and through college.  We commit to training and supporting interested individuals regardless of previous experience or training as educators.

For more information about career opportunities at KIPP Delta Public Schools, please visit our websitewww.kippdelta.org or email careers@kippdelta.org.

Watch these videos:

To learn more about KIPP

To learn about teaching at KIPP

To learn about KIPP Delta’s advocacy for equitable charter school funding

To learn more about KIPP Delta’s expansion plans in the Delta

Research Associate Position at the Broad Institute

A RESEARCH ASSOCIATE I position focused on drug discovery is available at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. This position is a rare opportunity to be part of a dynamic team consisting of experts in biochemistry, computational biology, and clinical medicine focused on therapeutically targeting cellular metabolism to treat a broad range of diseases. We are seeking a highly motivated research associate who will assist with the development and execution of high-throughput genetic and chemical screens using the most cutting- edge technologies.

Click here to view the flyer.

National Park Service Biological Science Technician

Incumbents will sample permanent forest monitoring plots collecting data on forest health, structure and composition, regeneration, understory vegetation, coarse woody debris, and soil characteristics.  The crew will work in 16 park sites from Virginia to Maine. The crew will stay in park housing where available, and lodging may include hotels, historic buildings and cabins.  Other duties may include pressing unknown plant specimens, equipment maintenance and repair, preparing soil samples for processing, and data entry. This is largely a field based position, and incumbents will be required to carry heavy field equipment (40+lbs), hike though rough terrain, and work in all weather conditions.

For more information and to apply, please view the announcement here.

Questions about the position can be directed to Kate Miller (kathryn_miller@nps.gov)

Medical Records Company – Epic

If you’d like a career that is both challenging and meaningful, consider Epic, a worldwide leader in electronic health records.  We create and implement integrated software products for many of the largest healthcare organizations in the US, including Kaiser Permanente, Stanford and Yale, and we are expanding overseas.  Currently, 54% of Americans are taken care of by physicians who use Epic software.

We are now hiring for several technical teams, including Technical Services and Software Development, as well as project management roles.

Click here to view the Epic Job Descriptions for available positions.

Semester By The Sea At Stony Brook Southampton

Interested in Marine Science or Maritime Culture? Looking for field experiences on, in, and by the water? Want to participate in hands on research with marine organisms and habitats? Would you like to strengthen your marine science background before applying to graduate school?

We invite you to spend a semester with us immersed in Marine Studies at Stony Brook University’s Southampton campus on the East End of Long Island.  Open to upper level undergraduates, as well as recent graduates, the Semester by the Sea is an affordable program that allows students to live and learn at our oceanfront campus and in our new state-of-the art Marine Station.  Students plan their semester from the course list below, and many participate in research and internships.

For more information, visit the program website: stonybrook.edu/sea and check out the flyer here.

K-12 Biology Teaching Jobs in the South

Southern Teachers Agency helps private & independent schools in 16 states find the best possible teachers. These jobs range from elementary science specialist positions through AP Biology.  While the training provided in teacher-education programs is valuable, many of these schools will consider candidates with a major—or even a minor— in biology, biochemistry, etc., including those who have not gone through a certification program.

Click here for a complete list of our schools. Also visit their website here.

Prudential Entry Level and Internship Positions

Prudential is currently recruiting for several intern and entry level positions  (job descriptions attached below).  Last year Prudential hired 4 Colby graduates for full time positions (history, bio, and econ majors) and 3 Colby students as interns.

(1) Investment Risk Quant Analysis Analyst version job description (2) Investment Risk Policy Analyst job description (3) 2014 RMDP Job Description 10-10-14 (4) 2014 ERM Summer Intern Job Description 9-18-14

Match Education Fellowship for Seniors

Consider committing a year to the Match Corps, a one-year urban education service fellowship after you graduate. Corps members serve full-time in one of our charter schools in Boston, tutoring and mentoring a small caseload of students.

Please visit http://www.matcheducation.org/, or e-mail recruiting@matcheducation.org if you want to be notified when the application becomes available.

Fund for the Public Interest Citizen Outreach Director

This nonprofit organization is seeking individuals to run their grassroots campaign offices. They need smart, hard-working students who will work well in a team and are eager to work for change after graduation. Citizen Outreach Directors will be working on behalf of groups like the Environment America, the Human Rights Campaign and US PIRG.

Please visit http://www.fundforthepublicinterest.org/cd-apply.html for more information. You many also contact the Recruitment Director, Peggy Mansperger, at pmansperger@fundstaff.org

Maine Sea Grant Program at the University of Maine

We are pleased to invite you to attend public presentations by three finalists for the position of Director of the Maine Sea Grant College Program at the University of Maine this Thursday. Friday, and next Monday. The search drew a large number of highly qualified candidates, and we are looking forward to welcoming these exceptional individuals to campus.

Each candidate will present his or her “Vision for Maine Sea Grant”, followed by audience questions and discussions.


Finalist bios, CVs, presentation dates and locations can be found here.

Understanding that some of you will not be available to attend the live presentation, we will provide recordings of each presentation on request. Please submit your name and email address at this link, if you would like to receive the presentation recordings and our feedback form following the live interviews.

We value your input in this important process, and we are grateful for all the ways in which you support Maine Sea Grant’s activities throughout the state.

For more information, please visit the Program website page.

Standing Up to Powerful Interests Campus Organizer

Our Campus Organizers are headed to 40 college campuses across the country, where they will recruit, train and work alongside thousands of student activists.

For more information, see the flyer here, or visit the website here.