Part Time Jobs

Last Updated: October 13th, 2021

Marine Education Program Assistant- Sea Grant SC
  • 20 + hours per week for at least 16 weeks
  • $15/hour
  • The S.C. Sea Grant Consortium (Consortium) is seeking a Program Assistant to aid the agency’s Marine Educator with preparing, delivering, and evaluating virtual and/or in-person marine science-related classroom and field trip programs, teacher professional development (PD), and community-science efforts throughout South Carolina.
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Resilience Program Assistant- Sea Grant SC
  • 20+ hours/week for 4 months
  • $15/hour
  • The S.C. Sea Grant Consortium (Consortium) is seeking a Resilience Program Assistant to aid the agency director in assembling and cataloging information, materials, local policies, and plans from throughout the state associated with planning for resilience to the impacts of climate change. The Resilience Program Assistant will convene an advisory group of state agency and academic partners to guide the collection of information and the delivery of final products. The Resilience Program Assistant will work with Consortium staff to produce the end product(s) and may present it at local and regional meetings.
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K-12 Science Teacher: University School of Lowcountry, Mt Pleasant
  • We are seeking a science teacher who can teach both 1) Biology and 2) either Environmental Science or Marine Science.
  • Applicants do not need to have a teaching license or extensive teaching experience to be competitive, just a B.S. in a related field and a commitment to teaching. Students in the EVSS Master's program are ideal applicants.
  • It could be for 6-8 weekly classroom hours, to take place at times that could work with your schedule. The days are Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. 
  • Contact Tanner Crunelle for more information

Program Coordinator at Southeast and Caribbean Disaster Resilience Partnership

  • Must be located in the Southeast or Caribbean regions; will work remotely
  • Coordination support for monthly Advisory Board and membership meetings: Coordinate scheduling of SCDRP Advisory Board and members conference calls.
  • Annual Meeting planning and logistics:  Work with SCDRP advisory board, SECOORA, and a Meeting Planning Committee to plan the 2022 Annual Meeting.
  • Communication:  Maintain active communication within the Partnership as well as through public outlets and maintain connection with SECOORA. 
  • Part-time (15 hours/week) contractor for the 9-month period starting August 2, 2021, funded until April 30, 2022; however, with additional funding, this position could extend past this date
  • Please submit a resume and 1-2 page cover letter explaining why you are uniquely qualified for the position by email to scdrp@secoora.org
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Photography Assistant

  • Involves carrying bags and equipment around; photography has chronic back pain and is unable to do it herself
  • No photography experience is required
  • Needs someone who is going to be reliable and personable/friendly with her clients. The hours are super variable, spring tends to get busier with weddings, but she books all kinds of gigs as they come up (e.g., we've shot real estate, graduation photos, engagement shoots, etc.)
  • Contact Miranda Dziobak if you are interested (dziobakmk@g.cofc.edu)

Roving Interpretive Aide: Charleston County Parks

  • Under the direction of the Natural History Interpretation Coordinator, the Interpretive Aide will educate park patrons on a wide variety of topics throughout the county park system. The Aide will teach about a wide range of issues including shorebird nesting, dune erosion, fishing line recycling, and other environmental issues by engaging patrons in short discussions at a stationary post utilizing skulls, feathers, photos and other objects.
  • Pay $13.50 an hour
  • 20 hours per week
  • Duration: Seasonal through the end of 2021
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