Education and Native Hawaiian Outreach Specialist
The Education and Native Hawaiian Outreach Specialist is responsible for working with the Mokupāpapa Discovery Center (MDC) Manager, Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator to plan and implement community outreach programs, and specifically to integrate Native Hawaiian perspectives into monument programs which address major ecological, biological, geological and cultural interpretive themes related to Papahānaumokuākea. The Outreach Specialist builds and maintains strategic partnerships in the community and is responsible for supporting coordination of stakeholder engagement and input in Native Hawaiian focused areas related to PMNM. The position requires the Outreach Specialist to work collaboratively with PMNM Education, Outreach and Native Hawaiian Programs staff as well as support the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale NMS as a cultural liason as needed.
This person in this position will be an employee of the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation, supporting the scope of a Cooperative Agreement with NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries. This position will be embedded with the staff at Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument at the Mokupāpapa Discovery Center in Hilo, Hawaiʻi.
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