Clearwater offers a number of job opportunities. While passion for the Hudson River environment is a key requirement for working at Clearwater, we also strive for diversity and to hire individuals who have an outstanding track record. Employee selection is based on ability to perform required tasks and Equal Employment Opportunity Act provisions. Check back with us often, as we update our Job Opportunities page regularly.
Clearwater is an Equal Opportunity Employer. If you are interested in volunteering with Clearwater, please visit our Volunteer Opportunities page.
Onboard Education Coordinator: Full Season 2019
Onboard Education Coordinators live aboard Clearwater, on alternating weeks, and lead two three-hour education programs daily in the spring/fall with some multi-day programs in the summer.
While aboard, Onboard Education Coordinators train crew and volunteers to teach learning stations to groups who sail with is, operate/maintain a trawl net, and other education equipment.
While in the office, Onboard Education Coordinators coordinate program content between schools, volunteers and staff. A degree in education, natural sciences, environment studies, or related fields and several years of classroom or outdoor teaching experience are desired. Applicants must be motivated, in good physical condition, enjoy public speaking, have experience with environmental topics and love to teach. Sailing/musical experience a plus.
This is a full-time position beginning in March 2019, room and board provided while aboard boat and accommodations in crew quarters available while working at the office in Beacon, NY. Education Coordinators are required to pass a pre-employment drug test and background check.
Clearwater is currently accepting applications for an immediate opening. Please submit your completed application, a resume, and cover letter to: educator@clearwater
FALL Sailing Crew (mid July-Nov)
Clearwater is currently accepting applications for all deck positions (1st Mate, 2nd Mate, Cook, Engineer, Bos’un, Deckhand/Educator and Trainees) for the Fall 2018 seasons. You will be working with a crew of 10-18 people (some volunteers) delivering Clearwater’s education program to 4th-12th graders as well as occasional programs for adults. Applicants with prior educational/sailing experience are preferred. Applicants should have strong communication skills, an active interest in education and an ability to work/live in a close knit community. Crew members work a 5-day-on, 2-day-off schedule. All crew are required to pass a pre-employment drug test and background check. Compensation includes room and board.
See detailed job descriptions here: http://www.clearwater.