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Marine Science Educator Duties

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This is a professional level position responsible for providing educational experiences to pre-college classes, college classes, adult groups (continuing education), and organized industry, government, civic groups, and others.

An employee allocated to this class is required to give lectures on more complex marine science subjects, to conduct field trips to diverse coastal environments typical of the Georgia coast, to prepare written and visual materials for use by students, and to review materials prepared by Marine Science Educators I. This class of work differs from the Marine Science Educator III by the variety and degree of difficulty required by performing assigned tasks. Work is performed under the general supervision of a Marine Science Educator III or an administrative superior and is reviewed through reports and observations of results obtained.


Develops lecture materials for classroom presentation.

Assembles materials, supplies, gear and equipment for laboratory exercises and field trips.

Operates small boats used for class field trips.

Ensures safe and efficient operation of laboratory and field equipment.

Interacts with marine educators, researchers and extension service agents in other parts of the University

System's marine science program and with colleagues at other universities.

Performs related work as required.


Graduation from an accredited college or university in science or science education, and two years experience as Marine Educator I; or any equivalent combination of training and experience.

Knowledge of general science, particularly in biology, geology, chemistry, and oceanography.

Ability to translate scientific information into understandable laymen terms and to transmit them to pre-college class groups and general public.

Ability to operate outboard motors and small boats.

Ability to supervise the work of others.

Awareness and use of standard safety practices in laboratory and field situations.



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