The Icahn School of Medicine Department of Cell Developmental and Regenerative Biology and the Black Family Stem Cell Institute is looking for an energetic person to coordinate and teach an international science education program, called Project BioEYES, to 2nd-12th grade teachers and classes in the NYC area. These experiments will use live zebrafish to engage local student scientists. The Education Coordinator will need strong communication and organizational skills, proficiency in computer skills and experience with database software, must be reliable and responsible and must have excellent networking and interpersonal skills. This position requires a car or access to transportation. Some travel outside of NYC will be required for training, annual team meetings, and educational workshops with the greater BioEYES team. BA/BS in science and/or education preferred. Teacher certification a plus. This individual will be a member of the Marlow Lab and broader BioEYES team.
To learn more about Project BioEYES please visit https://bioeyes.org/
To apply, candidates should send their cover letter and resume as a single attachment to Dr. Florence Marlow at email@example.com.